25 Reasons not to vaccinate your children

September 1st, 2014
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 Thinking Of Vaccinating your Kids?   Think again.   I’d like to give you some reasons not to

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1.  You had to go through being sick with Chicken Pox, Measles and other painful and unpleasant conditions.  Why should your kids get off?   Does it seem fair that they don’t suffer when those before did?  I think not!

2.  Not everyone can be protected directly by vaccines.  Some people are immune compromised.  Others have parents who believe it will cause autism.  That makes vaccines elitist.  Do you want to teach your kids elitism?

3.  There is no mercury in vaccines.  Sure, people will try to tell you that you get some free mercury when you get your kid vaccinated, but you don’t.  You’re totally jipped.

4.  In nature humans and pathogens are in a constant struggle to out-evolve and overtake each other.  Vaccines take pathogens and turn them against their own kind by modifying and attenuating them.   It’s like hunting deer with a grenade launcher.   There’s no challenge.  That’s not sporting at all. It’s just not fair.

5.  Vaccines have the potential to condemn vibrant and beautiful species to extinction.  We’ve seen it happen to Small Pox.  Next it will likely be polio, unless someone does something to stop the decimation of these beautiful pathogens.

6.  Vaccination will upset your Scientologist friends.

7.  Vaccines are unnatural.  So are automobiles, central heating and the internet, but who’s counting, right?

8.  You can act all high and mighty about being informed if you don’t vaccinate.

9.  Vaccines protect not only your children but other children… screaming, slobbering, nasty children who deserve to get sick.

10.  Bill Gates promotes vaccines and you don’t like Windows much and find the interface of Mac to be easier to work with and more stable.

11.  Being sick when growing up can be kinda fun.  I mean, as long as you’re not really sick and you get the day off from school.

12. Deep down, you hate humans and want to see an infection win every once in a while.

13.  You don’t understand exactly how vaccines work.  Only scientists and doctors seem to really know the deep down mechanisms.  Would you put something into your kid you are oblivious to?

14.  Should your child become autistic, you’ll at least know it wasn’t the vaccines.

15.  There are likely anti-vaccine groups in your area who through “pox parties” these are delightful social events.

16.  Drug company employees, doctors, nurses and others rely on illness for their livelihood.  If you vaccinate you will surely ruin their careers by taking away the business they need.  Do you really want to do that?

17.  Vaccines are often delivered by needle, which kinda hurts a little.

18.  Jenny McCarthy said not to.  She’s hot.  Granted, she used to be hotter, but still.

19.  All the health authorities say you should vaccinate.  It’s fun to be defiant.

20.  Taking your kid to be vaccinated takes time, like, potentially an hour or so.  That’s time you could be watching TV.

21.  Vaccines contain mercury.  Forget for a second that we already said they don’t.   Mercury -> Freddie Mercury -> Gay.  See the connection?   Mercury will make your kids gay glam rockers.  The science says so!

22.  You didn’t even read all of these, did you?  I bet you didn’t read this.  But hey, there’s 25 reasons here, so that must mean something.

23.  If vaccines stopped disease, why is there still disease?  checkmate.

24.  You are likely already getting all the vaccines you need from chemtrails.  So it seems redundant to have to get more.

25.  Vaccines are just a substitute for keeping your children quarantined.  You separate them from all other humans (and animals and the environment) and vaccines will be unnecessary.

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16 Responses to “25 Reasons not to vaccinate your children”

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    DV82XL Says:

    I am old enough to have lived through the Polio epidemic of the Fifties. There were a number of vaccine refusers then too. What transpired was that the public turned against them as the threat level rose and laws were passed making shots mandatory (this is in Canada) and there was no avoiding this, for whatever reason. I believe this is how the current wave of antivax stupidity will end – with an angry mob pushing the politicians into action.


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    DV82XL Says:

    I wonder what the insurers that one assumes is underwriting the health costs for some of these families think of vaccine refusal. I know if I was carrying some kid that might contract polio and would then need care for years afterward I would be looking to drop them for the high risk that they are.


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    Christopher D. Brown Says:

    I think #19 is the main reason for all the others.


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    Christopher D. Brown Says:

            DV82XL said:

    I am old enough to have lived through the Polio epidemic of the Fifties. There were a number of vaccine refusers then too. What transpired was that the public turned against them as the threat level rose and laws were passed making shots mandatory (this is in Canada) and there was no avoiding this, for whatever reason. I believe this is how the current wave of antivax stupidity will end – with an angry mob pushing the politicians into action.

    That is considered “ancient history” in the US. I don’t think 95% of the population has any idea what Polio was like or how wonderful the cure was.


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    L.Long Says:

    Sarcasm???? I think not as I have heard a good many of those arguments used!!!!


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    DV82XL Says:

    I wonder what the insurers that one assumes is underwriting the health costs for some of these families think of vaccine refusal. I know if I was carrying some kid that might contract polio and who would then need care for years afterward, I would be looking to drop them for the high risk that they are.


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    HenryB Says:

    The reason young children today have bad reactions to vaccines has to do with the moral character of women on welfare. Welfare witches are all high on drugs and stuporous on alcohol, during all nine months of their pregnancies. Welfare witches deliver babies with fetal alcohol syndrome and neonatal cocaine addiction. These variables are never factored in to studies of the risks and benefits of vaccination programs. Instead, politically correct ‘scientists’ (sic) lay the blame on vaccine manufacturers.


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    Anon Says:

    Since when did any real scientist blame vaccine manufacturers for any of the alleged problems with them?

    HenryB looks to me like an idiot who wants to cut welfare payments (that are needed by many merely to survive) so that the rich (which he almost certainly isn’t) can get a tax cut.

    Problems from Prenatal Cocaine Exposure are also disputed (that most of the people who take cocaine also use other more harmful drugs like alcohol and tobacco means it’s hard to determine what cocaine actually does). It also doesn’t appear likely that any of the drugs bad mothers expose their foetuses to would cause reactions with vaccines (and if you look at the demographics of people claiming vaccines damaged their kids you’ll find they tend not to be on welfare).


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    DV82XL Says:

            Anon said:

    … if you look at the demographics of people claiming vaccines damaged their kids you’ll find they tend not to be on welfare.

    Indeed, for some reason it seems to be an affectation of the well to do and well educated, although why is beyond me.


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    drbuzz0 Says:

            DV82XL said:

    Indeed, for some reason it seems to be an affectation of the well to do and well educated, although why is beyond me.

    They have nothing else to worry about and need to invent problems. Too much time on their hands.


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    HenryB Says:

    You are correct in stating- “welfare payments are needed by many merely to survive.” But the solution is not- ‘means tested welfare programs’. The solution is to repatriate blacks to africa. Blacks need an opportunity to prove they can erect a middle class society. Blacks need to be sent to africa so they can build a crime free, middle class utopia. All we need do to finance the repatriation of blacks is confiscate the earnings of professional black athletes. My position is- Lets get Out Of The Way of This Most Gifted People! Send Them Back To The Promised Land!


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    Anon Says:

            HenryB said:

    You are correct in stating- “welfare payments are needed by many merely to survive.” But the solution is not- ‘means tested welfare programs’. The solution is to repatriate blacks to africa.

    So run of the mill racist then? Besides, wasn’t that already tried?

            HenryB said:

    Blacks need an opportunity to prove they can erect a middle class society.

    There’s no reason to suspect they aren’t capable of it (and given how long it took Europe to become decent no reason to suspect that Africa being f***ed up is because blacks can’t get their act together, in fact they’re already starting to do it).


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    DV82XL Says:

    Shouldn’t feed this kind of troll, Anon. Brings down the tone of the whole sight and leaves your hands soiled.


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    Shafe Says:

            HenryB said:

    *some crazy nonsense*

    I kept expecting to see a sarcasm tag.


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    Anon Says:

            Shafe said:

    I kept expecting to see a sarcasm tag.

    Poe’s law, I think he’s serious, certainly there are plenty of people who would agree with that completely.


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    ebohlman Says:

            drbuzz0 said:

    They have nothing else to worry about and need to invent problems. Too much time on their hands.

    It seems that people have a “worry quota”; they’re going to spend a certain amount of time and mental effort worrying regardless of their circumstances. Those who aren’t well-to-do have enough realistic worries to fill their quota. As for the better-educated part, it’s a combination of “a little knowledge is a dangerous thing” and the fallacy that expertise in one area automatically and effortlessly transfers to others.


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