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Quebec Outbreak: High Rate of Measle Infection Despite Vaccinations

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More than 50% of kids who got the measles in a recent Quebec outbreak (52 of 98) were vaccinated.

Meanwhile, we shove buckets of cash into vaccination programs without fully understanding the contents of these products and the budget implications of holding back on vaccinations.

It’s time we all started asking some serious questions about why we’re doing this to our kids.

The Star Posts an Empty Piece on Vaccinations

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Before you read this very superficial Star article related to vaccinations, check out this piece, this piece and this piece by Dr. Mercola, someone that supported vaccines until very recently.

This article started in the right direction, but failed to give me anything tangible.  It didn’t offer anything to either side of this argument over vaccinations.  As a family, we opted to avoid vaccinations.  We don’t know what’s in the ‘ingredient’ list.  Rumour has it that pleasant items like formaldehyde, various animal derivatives and even mercury are used in vaccines.  I’d sooner suck on a tailpipe of a diesel truck for an hour than have a modern bitches brew of toxins dumped into me.

We also didn’t learn anything about what the Big Pharma industry gets out of each shot.  Make no mistake that this is a massive industry and it’s imperative to the bottom line of all Pharma companies to keep the mass hysteria going as it relates to disease or illness.  Has anyone ever evaluated the impact of treating a disease as it happens if it happens as opposed to blanketing the western world with products that won’t have known effects until people are in their later stages of life?  I know it’s an unpleasant thought, but surely there’s a tipping point somewhere in that discussion.

By now, I’ve certainly pissed off all of the sheeple who would be very happy to jam a couple of hyperdermics into my arm for a few weeks so that they could feel safe from disease, but get this:  I’m all for vaccinations.  In fact, I readily admit that they have been one of the the best medical treatments to enter our system since washing our hands.

However, it’s an industry now and it’s been corrupted.  We’re not people with legitimate concerns, we’re part of the ‘herd’ that has to be contained.  Treat me like a human being and show me and my family some respect and I’ll respect the community at large.  I don’t trust Big Pharma to clean up vaccines like I don’t trust the oil companies to clean up the Tar Sands tailings ponds.

Anyways, let’s focus on the bright side.  Here’s what would make me be the first in line for getting my next onslaught of shots:

  • A national online database that anyone could access any time where they would add data about their side-effects or those of their children.  Any more than 10 complaints would trigger a public investigation.
  • A regular calculator that would show the amount of profit that each shot generates for the Pharma industry
  • A transition to a public and nationalized vaccination program.  These treatments apparently haven’t changed for decades so these products should belong to the public.  Public safety should not generate billions in profits for the Pharma industry at the expense of taxpayers
  • A full and complete ingredient list of all vaccinations that are used on any citizen, along with an ‘English’ or layman’s description of what these ingredients are
  • Full public studies into the side-effects of vaccines and a comparison of the cost of immunizing the greater population compared to the impact of minor outbreaks

And stop talking about ‘herd coverage’.  The expression makes me want to puke.

I like to think I’m a human being.  What are you?

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Cracks in the Road to a Harper Majority

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Conservatives make poor public policy makers because they simply don’t believe in public policy.  Even Stephen Harper has gone on record saying that he doesn’t believe in taxes which would, of course, eliminate any funding for government.

We’re seeing how poor the Conservatives are with real genuine ‘what’s in the public interest’ public policy as we witness the rollout of the vaccination for the Swine Flu, or H1N1 virus.

Even this situation has been turned into political gamesmanship and it must end before Canadian lives are put at stake.

While Canadians have been whipped into a state of panic, the Conservatives are still spending buckets of our cash in their own ridings on roads, pipes and a few other tawdry infrastructure projects, all the while sending us ’10-percenters’ from Jay Hill who are too obsessed with Michael Ignatieff living out of Canada than creating a real action plan to protect Canadians.

ASIDE:  As a brief reminder, all of these projects are funded by ALL levels of government.  Taking full credit for this activity is akin to taking credit for a functional minority government.  Oops.  They’re doing that too.

Anyways, with the H1N1 virus, Canadians were promised that there would be enough vaccine to inoculate 100% of the population, if they wanted it.

When Dr. Sheila Bennett accused the Conservatives of playing games with this situation, the Liberals ultimately backed down and were ridiculed in the House of Commons.  RIDICULED!

Now, yesterday, we heard from the Ontario Chief Medical Officer of Health that the rollout of the vaccine for the general population has been suspended.

By the time it does arrive, there will be no point taking it (assuming you still want it).

The flu season will be over.

I can’t help thinking there’s something very suspicious in all of this.  Why is it that we were promised one thing and we can’t deliver according to the demand?  Is Ontario getting hit the hardest?

Why are only TWO clinics open in the city of Toronto?  Why hasn’t the Rogers Centre been converted into a giant distribution centre for people that want the vaccination?

Why is the whole country not better prepared for this situation when we knew it would be a situation 6 months ago?  Where’s the ‘Pandemic Action Plan’?

The answer is simple:  Our leader and his supporters are incapable of doing things that are genuinely good for the public.  Worse off, it looks like they’re starting to play the ‘Teflon’ game by transferring all blame as issues deepen to provincial leaders (which is, admittedly, the jurisdiction of health in Canada).  This will prove to be the same disaster for Ontario Liberals as the HST has been.

I’m optimistic though.  This situation has exposed the cracks that exist in the road to a Conservative majority.  With any luck, they will turn into potholes and the Canadian public will finally understand that they need policy managers and not political mandarins running their government.

PS:  This review by the CBC is a great resource for people who have questions about the vaccination.  If you read the comments, you’ll see that most people will not get vaccinated, including me.  So … feel free to take our place in line!

Mumps Makes Comeback in 2006?

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Every year, my family doctor and I have the same argument when she requests that we update our vaccinations and shots for the family. My son did the first level when he turned one, and the reaction was abhorant. I cannot inflict that kind of punishment on my child.

Every year, she brings me a few clippings that demonstrate how one scientist after another has refuted claims about vaccinations.

However, this year when we go for our annual check-up, I’ll bring this and a few articles with me because what we’re starting to see is that vaccinations are not preventing the spread of these diseases:

Eighty-four percent of the people between the ages of 18 and 24 who became ill in the outbreak had received the second recommended dose

I may be naive, but I think what we may have envision an evolution of disease prevention that’s based on education and the development of natural immune systems that are capable of fighting more virulent strains of common ailments that will always be with us.

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