Thanks so much for sticking your neck out and entering the topic of vaccination. As you probably know, I am in favour of choice when it comes to vaccination and wish to present some much needed facts. In the 1996 Australian Standard Vaccination Schedules for children under 5 years of age, children were given 15 vaccine doses and were not given more than 3 at a time.
In the 2012 version there were 26 vaccine doses given and when you include the Influenza vaccine (which is recommended for all children over the age of 6 months annually) it reaches 31 vaccine doses in up to 6 vaccine doses at a time. That’s double in 16 years.
In 2007 the Medical Journal of Australia published the fact that in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), there was a fourfold increase in hospital admission rates for food allergy from 1993 through 2004–5. At the same time in the US, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a new study reporting that “about 1 in 6 US children are diagnosed with a developmental disability, representing an increase of 17 percent between 1997 and 2008 alone.”
Then the FDA website reported that “although individuals immunized with an acellular pertussis vaccine may be protected from disease, they may still become infected with the bacteria without always getting sick and are able to spread infection to others, including young infants who are susceptible to pertussis disease.” Then in 2012, the National Center for Biotechnology Information reported that:
“Immune challenges during early development, including those vaccine-induced, can lead to permanent detrimental alterations of the brain and immune function… Simultaneous
administration of as little as two to three immune adjuvants can overcome genetic resistance to autoimmunity. In some developed countries, by the time children are 4 to 6 years old, they will have received a total of 126 antigenic compounds along with high amounts of aluminum (Al) adjuvants through routine vaccinations.”
As a farmer I can say that nature always adapts to our attempts to control it. As commercial science digs deeper and deeper into the building blocks of nature, we need to be more aware than ever of exactly what we put into our bodies.
The new No Jab, No Pay rules ONLY caused a decrease of 12% in objections – a much lower result than aimed for. Why? Because you can’t buy people’s ability to think for themselves. We all need to access alternative information on this subject, and protect our freedom of choice at least.