We need something a bit mores sensible from Matt Hancock the Health Minister than his statements on the vaccines issue quoted in the following article. One wonders who is advising him on the issue.
The fact of the matter is that the science isn’t “settled” as he puts it. The pharmaceutical industry, for which vaccines sales are their mainstay, no doubt wishes it were or would like people to think that it is. Yet when one looks over the available literature, the studies and statements by medical professionals and researchers (especially those not being financed by Big Pharma) there are clearly at present plenty of scientific reasons to suggest that in vaccines we may have a problem.
By way of an example, here are a few studies/qualified medical views on vaccines just to be going on with. There are thousands more. How come the Minister for Health either does not know this or pretends he does not know this?
Dr. Russell L. Blaylock, M.D. – The Danger of Excessive Vaccination During Brain Development: Link to Autism
Dr. Brownstein, M.D. – Human DNA From Fetal Cells in Measles Vaccine Could be Linked to Increase in Autism
Dr. Michael Elice M.D. – Media Promoting Medical Harm to Our Children
Dr. Lee Hieb M.D. – Vaccine Hysteria Could Spark Totalitarian Nightmare
Doctors Against Vaccines: The Other Side of the Story is Not Being Told
Dr. Rowen: Measles Spread by those Vaccinated
Dr. Humphries: The Truth About Measles the Mainstream Media is Suppressing
Former UCLA Medical Center Pediatrician: Let Parents Choose on Measles Vaccine
Doctors Against Mandated Flu Vaccines
On the subject of the increasingly more likely link between vaccines and autism, here’s a further list – list of GOVERNMENT studies – a friend just posted on facebook
Of course when one hears statments like “the science is settled” the alarm bells ring because what is really meant by that is, “we are unwilling to look.”
To accuse anti-vaxxers of “campaigning against science” is a puerile and scurrilous remark that smacks of a propaganda statement. The fact of the matter is that a growing number of people, including parents, doctors, researchers and intelligent citizens are concerned about the safety of modern vaccines BECAUSE OF numerous studies and qualified medical opinions, not because they suddenly decided en masse that they don’t like science. The vast majority would LOVE IT if someone could produce scientific evidence that vaccines do not harm the children and are safe and effective. For most of us, it would be great to have one fewer survival threats to worry about.
To dismiss all those people with genuine concerns with such a banket deprecation is just lazy and cruel and reflects the shalowness of the Minister’s thought on the issue.
It is no good blaming the social networks either. Government will cherry pick the “science” that backs up its pals in Big Pharma and conveniently ignore the “heretical” science that doesn’t. If it were not for the social media, which thus far they have been unable to effectively control and censor, we would not even know about any challenges to the established orthodoxy. The established orthodixy of course would just love the citizenry to be completely unware of any dissenting or cautionary voices.
There are now considerable and growing informed doubts as to the safety of vaccines in general and the dangers of over-vaccination even more so. Parents who care about their children have to make a difficult choice and weigh up the possible benefits of vaccination, if such there be, against the risks of not vaccinating, is such there be, and against the possdible seriousness of the particular disease (minus the fearmongering hype, preferably).
Sneering and uttering propaganda banalities to forward the Big Pharma party line isn’t good enough. Steve
PS. You’ll note the article mentions that between 2010 and 2017, half a million UK kids were not vaccinated against measles. And the swathe of carnage that resulted from all those kids not being protected against the creeping measles menace by evil parents with blood on their hands? What it does not add is that during the period 2010 to 2016, the total number of deaths from measles was 4 – none in 2010, 2014 and 2015 and each of the other years had just one death. The source for the data is the government (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/measles-deaths-by-age-group-from-1980-to-2013-ons-data/measles-notifications-and-deaths-in-england-and-wales-1940-to-2013) and it goes on to explain those four deaths thus: “In 2006, there was 1 measles death in a 13-year-old male who had an underlying lung condition and was taking immunosuppressive drugs. Another death in 2008 was also due to acute measles in an unvaccinated child with a congenital immunodeficiency, whose condition did not require treatment with immunoglobulin. In 2013, 1 death was reported in a 25-year-old man following acute pneumonia as a complication of measles. In 2016, one death was reported in a 10-month-old infant who suffered complications due to a secondary infection.”
UK Health Secretary Wants Mandatory Vaccines, Says Anti-Vaxxers ‘Have Blood On Their Hands’
A British parliament member is calling out those who speak against vaccines saying “they have blood on their hands.” The comments come amid fears that world governments could evoke “emergency mandatory vaccine mandates,” something the politician hints at supporting.
Matt Hancock says he “won’t rule out” compulsory vaccines. The Health Secretary, speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, said, “I do think we need to consider all options. Failure to vaccinate when there isn’t a good reason is wrong. Those people who campaign against vaccination are campaigning against science. The science is settled.”
Newly released Unicef statistics show that over half a million kids in the U.K. did not receive a measles vaccine between 2010 and 2017. Many are blaming anti-vaccine messages conveyed on social media as the culprit.
“I don’t want to have to reach the point of compulsory vaccination, but I will rule nothing out. I don’t want to reach that point and I don’t think we are near there, but there is a huge programme of work to increase the proportion of children that are vaccinated.” Hancock went on to say.
“If you don’t vaccinate your children it is not only your child that is at risk, it is also other children, including children who for medical reasons can’t be vaccinated. Vaccination is good for you, good for your child, good for your neighbour and your community.”
Hancock took an especially critical stance last month when he said, “Those who have promoted the anti-vaccination myth are morally reprehensible, deeply irresponsible and have blood on their hands.”
The war to censor social media accounts is heating up all over the world.
The above article is from Vaxxter.com. please visit Vaxxter.com for many more enducational and helpful articles.
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