The Top Ten Reasons I Believe Vaccine Safety Is an Epic Mass Delusion — Lifeboat News: The Blog

Its painful to bear views that make many think I’m an imbicile and dislike me. So please, if anybody has a rational argument why any of this is wrong, I beg to be enlightened. I’ve set up a diagram for the purpose that will support you to add your criticism exactly where it is pertinent.…

via The Top Ten Reasons I Believe Vaccine Safety Is an Epic Mass Delusion — Lifeboat News: The Blog

2 thoughts on “The Top Ten Reasons I Believe Vaccine Safety Is an Epic Mass Delusion — Lifeboat News: The Blog

  1. Agree, it’s frustrating and exhausting to be repeatedly mischaracterized by brainwashed corporate lackeys as a loony anti-vax hippie-dips who gives dying babies magical naturopathy instead of lifesaving 21st-century cures. We were lumped in with the misguided Canadian parents who did tragically lose their infant through their poor, too-extreme judgment. And did you see the headline this week on NYT: ‘100 Nobel Winners Give Thumbs-Up to GMOs’? Charming. 100 Nobel-winning idiots.

    There is an intelligent middle here, that vaccines began as a great idea that ran off the rails thanks to pharma’s greed and FDA’s complicity. And that many childhood illnesses just need careful monitoring, not an elephant gun of toxic drugs every time. Most are not meningitis! And the planet needs to stop reproducing humans, not ruin the ecosystem further with GMOs.

    It is indeed an epic, mass delusion. And the few of us who are able to acknowledge it are vilified for merely asking the questions.

    Tough times in the modern world.

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