Six Reasons To Say NO to Vaccination

New parents and parents-to-be: think before you poke.

Via Era of Light



Ana Daksina View All →

A poet is the strangest sort of soul
You in this life may e'er expect to meet
More broken even while more truly whole,
Innocently intending well, more sweet

Than any but a five year old should be
Unfit to meet a callused world's demand
Or to behave aught expediently
All grace in flight; an albatross on land

Do not the all too common error make
Do not fall into the too easy trap
Avoid the fatal egoic mistake
Imagining that poet be a sap

Powerful spirits classic and antique
Give voice when poets ope their mouths to speak

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  1. I wished I could find the speech that that jerk that owns Microsoft had to say about vaccinations. It was horrific to hear. When my son gets home, I’ll ask him if he can find it and I’ll send it to you, at least the link. He said they were using vaccines to control population among other things as the world was too full. I call BS. If everyone had their own acre of land, there would still be room left over, but its a case of the haves and have nots…those with money calling the shots. When I find it, I’ll send it.

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  2. There are good arguments on both side of this issue. In the Pro column, among others, you have the need to protect society at large from epidemics, the recent resurgence of measles is a good example of this side of the issue. On the Anti side you have many of the issues brought up in the referenced post, some are valid and some have been well debunked. My recommendation is to not take either side at face value, and definitely do not trust in any “authority” on either side. Do your own research, research the credentials of those authorities, see who backs them, check their credentials. Research motives. Research the studies they quote and who backed them, and if their interpretation matches the interpretation of the researchers, or if they’re using a study that really doesn’t say much of anything about the issue that they claim it does. I’ve seen all of these issues come up a lot in this argument. and a lot of people fall back on the logical fallacy called “appeal to authority” to stop people from looking deeper into the issue for themselves. In other words, please don’t follow “any “authority” blindly, do your own research, and think for yourself.


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