03/20/2019 / By Tracey Watson
The issue of vaccination is currently under the spotlight as never before. Proponents of vaccines insist that they save lives and provide what is known as “herd immunity” – the idea that if enough people are vaccinated against a disease the entire community will be protected. Those opposed to vaccines have serious concerns about their side effects, the adjuvants used to prolong shelf-life which include heavy metals like mercury and aluminum, and the fact that cell lines from aborted babies are used in the manufacture of some vaccines.
Each person needs to weigh up the evidence and reach their own conclusions about what is best for their family. To do this properly, however, it is important to be in possession of all the facts, not just those that the mainstream media and regulatory agencies decide should be shared with the public.
One of the facts that most members of the public are unaware of, for example, is that vaccines have considerably worsened the potency of many diseases, including measles, chickenpox and rubella (German measles). (Related: Genetic sequencing science breakthrough just proved that measles “outbreaks” are caused by the measles vaccine.)
Many of us will remember a time when diseases like measles, mumps and chickenpox were as normal a part of childhood as riding a bike or going to school. At any given time, a bunch of kids in the neighborhood might be sick with one of these illnesses and be off school for a week or two. Nobody was afraid of these childhood diseases; they were simply a part of life.
At the time, we received a few vaccines against the more serious diseases like polio, and carried on with life.
Then, in 1986, President Reagan signed the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act into law, making it illegal for parents to sue doctors or vaccine manufacturers for injury or death as the result of a vaccination.
Suddenly, the number of vaccines children were subjected to increased dramatically, with far more emphasis being placed on vaccinating against the childhood diseases that had never really been viewed as serious – though, of course, they do in rare occasions cause serious complications.
The result? Far more kids now receive vaccines against these diseases than before, but instead of making childhood safer, these medical interventions have significantly amplified how dangerous these diseases are when someone does get sick – which can and does happen even to the vaccinated.
A study published in the respected journal The Lancet in 2015 found that while vaccines make diseases less common, they also increase their severity.
Using mathematical analysis, the research team examined the effects of modern vaccination practices on the severity of infections by investigating published data from U.S. outbreaks of rubella, measles and chickenpox.
What did they find? The study findings reported as follows:
Our calculations show that negative outcomes are 4·5 times worse for measles, 2·2 times worse for chickenpox, and 5·8 times worse for rubella than would be expected in a pre-vaccine era in which the average age at infection would have been lower.
No vaccine manufacturer or governmental agency can ever guarantee that a vaccine will provide 100 percent protection against any disease. There is always a risk that even a vaccinated person will get sick, and the so-called “immunity” provided by vaccines is temporary at best – which is why kids have to get all those booster shots as the years pass. (Related: Measles vaccines kill more people than measles, CDC data proves.)
And, as this study confirms, vaccines have severely worsened the intensity of these previously normal childhood diseases. What has the era of vaccination really accomplished then? All it’s done is make things worse.
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