Sunday, January 25, 2015

Disneyland and Measles

The recent Measles outbreak at Disneyland may have been made to happen so legislation can be brought in to force more vaccinations, or it could have been made to happen to show you how the old vaccine is obsolete and so you need the new and improved vaccination, amongst many other possible reasons.  What is unfortunate is people don't question the line they're told.  Here, the line seems to be that one unvaccinated woman is "apparently" responsible.  How many of those who got the Measles have been vaccinated in the past?  How many have had Measles in the past and were supposed to have natural immunity?  How many were unvaccinated?  People should be allowed to choose whether they want to put poisons into their bodies or not.  If you believe in vaccines, then by all means have the Measles shot and then you can't blame an unvaccinated woman if you get the Measles.

Here's an excerpt from a 2009 article on this blogsite.

Obviously, there are groups out there who think vaccines are good, helpful things. They are perhaps concerned that unvaccinated people will make them sick. If they get the shot and believe in it so much, then how can what I do or not do be of any concern to them? Fear should never be a motivating factor for anything. I invite you to research percentages on those who have not had shots and don’t get the disease, as well as those who have had shots and still get the disease, only usually in a worse form.
I have many stories around doctors trying to force various vaccines on me through the years. I want to tell you one related to my daughter, because it relates to the disease changing if in a vaccinated person. Before my daughter could be enrolled in kindergarten, I had to take her to her doctor (who she hasn’t seen since because she has stayed in the same school). The gentleman pored over her thin file, looked up at me and said, “Has anyone talked to you about vaccinations?”

“No, and I’d rather they didn’t.” (I had researched the subject thoroughly fifteen years before I even met my daughter’s father and have logged a few more years of research since.)

“Well,” he continued, “Do you know that three kids died of measles last year?” (This is a common ploy of pediatricians- try to induce fear in the uneducated mother.)
“Was it Atypical Measles?” (I am not an uneducated mother.)

“Ah,” he stumbled, “Ah, well, yes.”

“So that means the three who died were vaccinated.”

He was silent to my statement, not a question. (Atypical Measles occurs in those who have been vaccinated against measles. I personally prefer measles.)

I asked, “Could you please write on the chart that we’ve had the vaccination talk? Thanks.”
It really doesn’t matter whether we are in agreement on the vaccination issue, or not. What’s important here, is a person’s right to choose what’s best on an individual basis is being threatened.

Another question related to the recent outbreak supposedly caused by an unvaccinated woman who visited airports and Disneyland is: What do each of these sick people have, Measles or Atypical Measles?

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