We cannot prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that vaccines do more harm than good any more than anyone else can prove that they are beneficial. There are too many variables. But to say that there is nothing to worry about with vaccines is to bury one’s head in the sand.
As the debate about vaccine safety intensifies, new laws have been passed to protect the pharmaceutical companies from litigation. No new laws have been passed to protect the victims of vaccine injury. Against rising proof that vaccines are unsafe and linked to autism, ADHD, and other serious outcomes, the same mantra is repeated by government sources—that there is no proof of cause and effect between vaccinations and health concerns.
We live in a sick, sick society. And yes, I mean that literally as well as figuratively. We put toxins in our water through pollution and through fluoridation. We alter and process food until it doesn’t resemble its original components and loses all of its nutrition, then we put a little artificial nutrition back in before adding artificial coloring, preservatives, and flavorings to make it taste better and look inviting while increasing its shelf life. We send our children to schools that feed them this processed garbage once or twice a day.
I grew up believing vaccinations were safe – well, almost safe. Once my neck and jaw swelled up and we were pretty sure I had the mumps, except for the weird sore on my mouth. Turns out, I had scratched my smallpox vaccination then re-inoculated myself by scratching my lip. This time the infection had entered my lymph glands rather than my bloodstream. I recovered within a few days.