LIES – WHO’s ‘Myths and Facts About Vaccination’
When parents are doing basic research into vaccinations, they often come onto the WHO’s website or the CDC’s – which is exactly what these two organisations want. They know that the majority of people automatically trust these organisations (both whom have very close ties to pharmaceutical companies and of course, governments. Don Houston, an immunologist, has written a very informative response below (in bold text) in response to the WHO’s ‘Facts’ please read the entire article.
“Now, we all know that vaccines can occasionally cause fevers in kids. So if a child was immunized, got a fever, had other complications from the vaccines. And if you’re predisposed with the mitochondrial disorder, it can certainly set off some damage. Some of the symptoms can be symptoms that have characteristics of autism. “
Julie Gerberding, present head of Merck’s vaccine division speaking to Sanjay Gupta on the subject of the Hannah Poling case when she was still head of the Centers for Disease Control.
Q: What are some of the myths – and facts – about vaccination?
A: Myth 1: Better hygiene and sanitation will make diseases disappear – vaccines are not necessary. FALSE
Fact 1: The diseases we can vaccinate against will return if we stop vaccination programmes. While better hygiene, hand washing and clean water help protect people from infectious diseases, many infections can spread regardless of how clean we are. If people are not vaccinated, diseases that have become uncommon, such as polio and measles, will quickly reappear.
Bold text written by Don Houston
The title of this article is totally false, what follows is even more erroneous. Since when has propaganda and bought and paid for opinion constituted proof of anything.
Are you honestly stupid enough to believe that better living conditions and hygiene had no effect on eliminating all these diseases, like measles, which had almost disappeared before the MMR vaccine (live virus deliberately used to infect those who do not get vaccinated) came out just in time to save it from extinction. And no, the earlier vaccine (that saw very little use outside the USA anyway) did nothing to reduce the incidences of measles came in way to late to actually do anything. You try living in filth and see how long you remain healthy. And if hygiene had nothing to do with reducing infectious diseases then why do doctors bother washing hands? You can not logically argue against one and for the other.
Myth 2: Vaccines have several damaging and long-term side-effects that are yet unknown. Vaccination can even be fatal. FALSE
Fact 2: Vaccines are very safe. Most vaccine reactions are usually minor and temporary, such as a sore arm or mild fever. Very serious health events are extremely rare and are carefully monitored and investigated. You are far more likely to be seriously injured by a vaccine-preventable disease than by a vaccine. For example, in the case of polio, the disease can cause paralysis, measles can cause encephalitis and blindness, and some vaccine-preventable diseases can even result in death. While any serious injury or death caused by vaccines is one too many, the benefits of vaccination greatly outweigh the risk, and many, many more injuries and deaths would occur without vaccines.
For the second point, read any vaccine package inserts, they do list death, encephalitis and other very serious effects devolving directly from vaccines. Autism is increasingly being paid out for under vaccine compensation by virtue of those who state here in your propaganda sheet do not challenge such cases in court.
Myth 3: The combined vaccine against diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough) and the vaccine against poliomyelitis cause sudden infant death syndrome. FALSE
Fact 3: There is no causal link between the administering of the vaccines and sudden infant death, however, these vaccines are administered at a time when babies can suffer sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).,. In other words, the SIDS deaths are co-incidental to vaccination and would have occurred even if no vaccinations had been given. It is important to remember that these four diseases are life-threatening and babies who are not vaccinated against them are at serious risk of death or serious disability.
Point three, if vaccines do not cause SIDS then why is it that SIDS is so closely linked to vaccines and why is it that the causes of SIDS, catastrophic vitamin C depletion, inflammation of the brain through astrocyte and microglia activation leading to encephalitis and swelling of the brain. This causes death in one of two ways, inflammation causing impairment of the breathing centre of the brain, apnoea (a very common adverse effect of vaccines) and often complete cessation of breathing or from outright damage to the brain through inflammation and swelling. One autopsy I have read the brain was so swollen that the hindbrain had herniated. Cause, vaccinal encephalitis.
Myth 4: Vaccine-preventable diseases are almost eradicated in my country, so there is no reason to be vaccinated. FALSE
Fact 4: Although vaccine preventable diseases have become uncommon in many countries, the infectious agents that cause them continue to circulate in some parts of the world. In a highly inter-connected world, these agents can cross geographical borders and infect anyone who is not protected. In western Europe, for example, measles outbreaks have occurred in unvaccinated populations in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom since 2005. So two key reasons to get vaccinated are to protect ourselves and to protect those around us. Successful vaccination programmes, like successful societies, depend on the cooperation of every individual to ensure the good of all. We should not rely on people around us to stop the spread of disease; we, too, must do what we can.
Supposed fact four proves beyond doubt that these medical experts have no idea about disease dynamics, disease causation or disease management. Plain and simple, this section is pure bullshit.
Myth 5: Vaccine-preventable childhood illnesses are just an unfortunate fact of life. FALSE
Fact 5: Vaccine preventable diseases do not have to be ‘facts of life’. Illnesses such as measles, mumps and rubella are serious and can lead to severe complications in both children and adults, including pneumonia, encephalitis, blindness, diarrhoea, ear infections, congenital rubella syndrome (if a woman becomes infected with rubella in early pregnancy), and death. All these diseases and suffering can be prevented with vaccines. Failure to vaccinate against these diseases leaves children unnecessarily vulnerable.
5 – the only people who state this crap are those trying to convince us that we need vaccinating for diseases that have dropped down to one in a million chance of getting. That is truly insanity. The real facts of measles taken over the last ten years are – deaths from measles – zero. Deaths admitted to being from the vaccine by medical authorities and officially classed as being caused by the vaccine – 108.
Myth 6: Giving a child more than one vaccine at a time can increase the risk of harmful side-effects, which can overload the child’s immune system. FALSE
Fact 6: Scientific evidence shows that giving several vaccines at the same time has no adverse effect on a child’s immune system. Children are exposed to several hundred foreign substances that trigger an immune response every day. The simple act of eating food introduces new antigens into the body, and numerous bacteria live in the mouth and nose. A child is exposed to far more antigens from a common cold or sore throat than they are from vaccines. Key advantages of having several vaccines at once is fewer clinic visits, which saves time and money, and children are more likely to complete the recommended vaccinations on schedule. Also, when it is possible to have a combined vaccination, e.g. for measles, mumps and rubella, that means fewer injections.
6 – If this point is in error then why is the term, “Overvaccination” being increasingly used in the medical literature and doctors being cautioned to ensure they are not accidentally giving an extra shot? The death rate from the six in one vaccine during safety trials was four times normal but the drug company dismissed this inordinately high rate as being, “Not caused by the vaccine.” That was it, no evidence, no autopsy results nothing but the drug company’s opinion. The fact is this pice of shit you use as a reference also uses nothing but opinion as evidence. Where is the studies proving what causes these deaths? Oh, that’s right, there aren’t any.
Oh, on this point, wrong, very wrong, there are hundreds.
Myth 7: Influenza is just a nuisance, and the vaccine isn’t very effective. FALSE
Fact 7: Influenza is much more than a nuisance. It is a serious disease that kills 300 000-500 000 people worldwide every year. Pregnant women, small children, elderly people with poor health and anyone with a chronic condition, like asthma or heart disease, are at higher risk for severe infection and death. Vaccinating pregnant women has the added benefit of protecting their newborns (there is currently no vaccine for babies under six months). Vaccination offers immunity to the three most prevalent strains circulating in any given season. It is the best way to reduce your chances of severe flu and of spreading it to others. Avoiding the flu means avoiding extra medical care costs and lost income from missing days of work or school.
7 – Truth is, these figures are just pulled out of a hat. There are no comprehensive figures to make such a claim from with any degree of certainty higher than pulling a figure out of a hat. The CDC is well known for inventing figures in the total absence of any data, or contrary to data. Such as the claim in ’02 that influenza killed 40,000 people in the USA that year. The actual figures officially recorded by the CDC and also available on the same CDC site, if you did a bit of digging, cited 212 deaths from influenza, 18 confirmed as being influenza.
Influenza is one of the easiest diseases to get rid of, all it requires is a bit of applied biochemistry and it is gone in two to three hours. Not hard at all and this knowledge has been around for nearly eighty years now. Doctors aren’t slow, they haven’t even got off the start line yet.
You may also notice that these countries with these high death rates from infectious disease happen to only involve communities where poverty rules and sanitation is lacking. But hey, this has no effect on disease does it?
Myth 8: It is better to be immunized through disease than through vaccines. FALSE
Fact 8: Vaccines interact with the immune system to produce an immune response similar to that produced by the natural infection, but they do not cause the disease or put the immunized person at risk of its potential complications. In contrast, the price paid for getting immunity through natural infection might be mental retardation from Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib), birth defects from rubella, liver cancer from hepatitis B virus, or death from measles.
Myth 8 is truly mythical, there is no such thing as immunity anyway so it doesn’t matter if you get the disease or the vaccine, neither works in preventing or ameliorating any subsequent development of the disease. If anyone ever winds up with any of these horror scenarios from any of these diseases then it is entirely the fault of the treating doctors, all these diseases are easily treated.
Myth 9: Vaccines contain mercury which is dangerous. FALSE
Fact 9: Thiomersal is an organic, mercury-containing compound added to some vaccines as a preservative. It is the most widely-used preservative for vaccines that are provided in multi-dose vials. There is no evidence to suggest that the amount of thiomersal used in vaccines poses a health risk.
Myth 9 – another totally false fact. Thiomerasal has been studied and it has been found by toxicologists and biochemists that seventy percent of the injected mercury winds up in the brain where it remains basically until death.
Myth 10: Vaccines cause autism FALSE
Fact 10: The 1998 study which raised concerns about a possible link between measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine and autism was later found to be seriously flawed, and the paper has been retracted by the journal that published it. Unfortunately, its publication set off a panic that led to dropping immunization rates, and subsequent outbreaks of these diseases. There is no evidence of a link between MMR vaccine and autism or autistic disorders.
10 – the myth of myths. The crime here is not the supposed discrediting of Wakefield but the ignoring of his findings and recommendations. One might also suspect the judge, who was formerly on the board of directors, of having some vested interest in protecting both the company and the vaccine. I also find it very interesting that well over twenty other researchers around the world have confirmed independently Wakefield’s work. Really, how far can anyone push bullshit uphill before getting covered in it.
Straight up, what sort of mentality considers making someone sick is some sort of magical panacea against all imagined ills? To make someone sick to maybe prevent them possibly getting sick is insanity, not medical treatment.
The fact about vaccines is that it is not if you get an adverse reaction but how bad.