Originally Posted by Belleweather
So while certian diseases might be eradicated in the US, they are still very much present where we're going
But does that put your child in any greater danger?
You are assuming that vaccines work, but what if they don't?
What if they never did and only caused the disease? But the disease does not prevail because of better living standards.
Instead we see vaccine damage all around us, we just don't acknowledge it.What if the natural child can easily defend himself against childhood diseases because it is a part of our genetic make up to attack those viruses and germs that have been with us for thousands of years?
And what if the child can not defend himself against things we inject
Formaldehyde - an embalming fluid and known carcinogen, antifreeze, antibiotics (which should NEVER be injected), mercury which interrupts myelination, or foreign proteins which cause allergies - proven by science?
|So as much as I appreciate the information that certian diseases are eradicated in the US or 'aren't a big deal',
Your child is in the same body no matter where you travel. It depends on his health, not on the children around him.You are intelligent. You must know that germs don't cause diseases?
There are germs everywhere; we have a symbiotic relationship with germs. We leave them alone and they leave us alone. They are a part of us.
Only a weakened body can get ill. Concentrate on health. Don't compromise his strong immune system.
STudy each and every vaccine and the disease it is supposed to prevent before injecting anything. Feel free to ask for help. We will show you evidence that vaccines do not work. As a matter of fact, they serve a much different purpose.
"Read Pasteur Exposed: The false Foundation of Modern Medicine"
"The Curse of Louise Pasteur - Why medicine is Not Healing a Diseased World"
|'worst case scenario' involving a bad case of a disease in a mud hut somewhere in Tuva or Mongolia.
I disagree. Worst case scenario would be to first compromise the immune system and then living in around disease
. Because then the child is not healthy nor up to par. It is unfair to expect him to stay healthy once his immune system is compromised.
The mud hut will not be a worry if the child is well fed, has clean water, love, plenty of fresh air, sleep, warmth, and again unconditional love.
But, if he doesn't have a strong immune system, one that has to concentrate on getting rid of whatever was injected and therefore is not strong enough to ward off what's around him, then living in a primitive situation might prove troublesome.
|As far as Hepetits B goes, there's a much higher risk in Eastern Europe and Africa that there is here.
I agree that there is more Hep B but how exactly does that affect your child in his formative years?
|I'm still pro-vax on this one.
Then at least wait till he is 14 or so since according to the insert papers, the vaccine wears off in 5 years