There is so much I have read, on the CDC website, on the website from where I got the link and my issue is that my generation was the last that did not get 'sick' and did not suffer 'epidemics' and no one I knew back then ever had a peanut allergy. Not until the following generations did we see a rise in disease and autism & allergies. People don't understand that a lot of diseases are gone because they mutate and because they mutate, scientists try to come up with new versions of the same vaccine every year such as the flu vaccine which doesn't work anyways mainly because the virus mutates so often. So instead of popping pills to feel better, stop running to the doctor for a shot that you will not even need in this day and age. Polio? No thanks, that's a waste b/c polio is so rare that it fell off the CDC's radar. So why are we vaccinated? Government control and they make money off it. By using scare tactics towards parents, they get people to rush right out and freak that their kid just might get the chicken pox but little do people realize that a high percentage of kids will get the chicken pox even after having the vaccination. Why do you think you get the flu after having a shot? VIRUS MUTATION. We were not designed to be able to handle synthetic and chemical drugs, including immunizations. Why do you think our kids are full of allergies? Think about how many horrible and life threatening chemicals are in those vaccinations. I won't allow a doctor or the government dictate how I will raise my child including her health and safety.View Thread
I'm not vaccinating my child. Sorry Government but these vaccinations are truly dangerous and cause more health problems than you want us to believe. No one is going to scare me into overloading my baby's immune system to 'fight' diseases that rarely pop up in a country of 3 million people. Disgusts me.View Thread
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