As a parent or guardian, you want to protect your child from harm. Prior to making the decision to vaccinate your child, you should know about the following:
- how vaccines work
- how vaccines effect your child’s immune system
- vaccine risks and side-effects
- vaccine ingredients
- vaccine safety
Do Vaccines Prevent Diseases?
The purpose of vaccines is to prepare the immune system to protect the individual from a theoretical future exposure to the pathogen. The problem; however, is that this preparation of the immune system is grossly insufficient/incomplete. Vaccines are tested for “efficacy” in clinical trials by measuring an antibody response in the recipients (an antibody is a protein in the body that responds to and attacks the antigen – in other words, the pathogen). So, if vaccines are able to elicit an antibody response in laboratory, the assumption is that these vaccines are efficacious. The most important leap in logic, and flaw in this reasoning is the presumption that an antibody response equates to immunity, which is incorrect.
Unfortunately, vaccines have not been tested for effectiveness. In other words, there is no observational data actually proving that vaccines can protect you or your child from getting infected with, and spreading, the pathogens against which you are vaccinated. There is proof that vaccines can produce antibodies in your body. However, the current consensus in immunology is that immunity is a highly complex, multifaceted, individual response that requires much, much more than a mere antibody response. Evidence of this can be seen in various infectious disease outbreaks in vaccinated people, globally.
Vaccination does not mean you will be protected from the illnesses against which you are vaccinated. In fact, you will be more likely to succumb to other illnesses.
Vaccines and Your Child’s Immune System
Vaccines affect the immune system by revving it up, like pressing the gas pedal in your car. When your body naturally encounters a pathogen/germ, its engine revs up. But after you have naturally recovered from that illness, your body calms down (returns to normal/homeostasis). One of the main problems with vaccines is that they rev your immune system up perpetually, akin to flooring the gas pedal in your vehicle (and not letting up). This is dangerous. A hyper-active immune system has been shown to cause damage to many organs and organ systems internally, including brain damage. Your body does not easily calm down following vaccines, especially after numerous vaccines.
Vaccine Side Effects/Risks
Like any pharmaceutical drug, vaccines can cause side effects. But unlike all other pharmaceutical drugs, vaccines do not receive gold standard testing. As a result, side effects are much more numerous and severe than any other pharmaceutical product. Side effects can include but are not limited to the following: swelling at injection site, rash, fatigue, syncope/fainting, headache, nausea, chills, sudden infant death syndrome, fever, seizures, autism, Guillain-Barre Syndrome, brain swelling, shock, anaphylaxis, cardiac arrest, ataxia, drowsiness, insomnia, narcolepsy, myalgia, arthralgia, urticarial, edema, upper respiratory tract infection, diarrhea, paralysis, allergies, asthma, eczema, autoimmune disease, infertility, and death. Vaccines have also never been tested for potential to produce cancer, and there is evidence supporting the hypothesis that vaccines do initiate cancer.
|Type of Ingredient||Examples||Example of Damaging Effect|
|Preservatives||Thimerosal (only in multi-dose vials of flu vaccine)||Brain damage, paralysis, disruption of proper immune functioning|
|Adjuvants||Aluminum salts||Brain damage, paralysis, disruption of proper immune functioning|
|Residual cell culture materials||Egg protein||Autoimmunity|
|Residual inactivating ingredients||Formaldehyde||Inflammation near injection site|
|Residual antibiotics||Neomycin||Destruction of good bacteria in the gut|
The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is a passive surveillance system to receive vaccine injury reports. However, it’s voluntary, and most doctors do not know how to recognize adverse reactions, so the data in it is underreported by a factor of at least 100. If you experience a reaction after a vaccine, you or your doctor can submit a report. The US government has awarded about $4 billion to vaccine victims over the past 30 years.
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