I would like to know why the world, in­clud­ing NZ, has gone vac­ci­na­tion crazy.

The med­i­cal prac­ti­tion­ers claim that the chil­dren and teach­ers who are un­vac­ci­nated against measles may in­fect all those who are vac­ci­nated (and thus im­mu­nised) against the disease?

Surely, if ev­ery­one else is im­mu­nised, as these highly ed­u­cated med­i­cal peo­ple claim, then how can just one or two un­vac­ci­nated chil­dren or teach­ers ever in­fect the rest?

Of course they can’t. That is of course if they al­ready know that the vac­ci­na­tion M MR(Mumps, Measles, Rubella) is not work­ing, and in fact could be caus­ing more prob­lems than its sup­posed to solve.

Here a few facts about vac­cines: A whistle­blower, William Thomp­son, con­fesses that he and his CDC col­leagues lied and cheated and omit­ted vi­tal data, in or­der to give the MMR vac­cine a free pass and claim it had no con­nec­tion to autism--when it did have a con­nec­tion.

Other whistle­blow­ers shin­ing a light on the MMR vac­cine (specif­i­cally, the mumps com­po­nent of the vac­cine and its in­ef­fec­tive­ness) are Stephen A. Krahling and Joan A. Wlo­chowski.

They’re for­mer vi­rol­o­gists at Merck. They’re in­sid­ers. They’ve lev­eled dev­as­tat­ing charges against the com­pany, which man­u­fac­tures the MMR vac­cine and sells it.

Then there’s Gar­dasil the vac­ci­na­tion to pre­vent cervix can­cer. Its safety record is in se­ri­ous ques­tion.

As of July 11, 2012, the Vac­cine Ad­verse Events Re­port­ing Sys­tem (VAERS) has more than 23,000 Gar­dasil-re­lated ad­verse events listed in it.

Be­tween May 2009 and Septem­ber 2010, the ad­verse re­ac­tions in­cluded 16 new deaths, in­clud­ing four sui­cides, ac­cord­ing to Ju­di­cial Watch.

Be­tween Septem­ber 1, 2010 and Septem­ber 15, 2011, an­other 26 deaths were re­ported.

In 2012, a class-ac­tion law­suit was filed against Merck by a young Aus­tralian woman who suf­fered au­toim­mune and neu­ro­log­i­cal health prob­lems fol­low­ing Gar­dasil in­jec­tions.

Is this a case of the cure be­ing worse than the com­plaint?

Wally Richards Palmer­ston North

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