Vaccination Considered Harmful

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Wed, 02 Mar 2005 13:00:00 GMT
# From Medical Doctors on Vaccinations at [smith2004]
"During the polio epidemics it was found that people who had their tonsils removed were 3-5 times more likely to develop paralysis....There were many at that time that suggested that polio was an iatrogenic [physician induced] disease .....we caused thousands of cases of paralysis. We did not cause the polio, but we converted people who would have recovered from a viral illness into people with a paralytic illness." -- Dr Mark Donohoe MB BS

"Based on what I now know, I would not give my children the combined MMR vaccine. I would consider either using the vaccines singly (not available in this country but possible in mainland Europe) or not vaccinating at all. It may be safer for healthy children to catch these illnesses rather than run the risk of immunisation." -- Dr Richard Halvorsen

"Vaccination enables the selection of populations to be decimated. It facilitates targeted genocide. It permits one to kill people of a certain race, a certain group, a certain country. And to leave others untouched. In the name of health and well-being, of course." -- Dr Lanctot MD

"It is pathetic and ludicrous to say we ever vanquished smallpox with vaccines, when only 10% of the population was ever vaccinated." -- Dr Glen Dettman

# Ioseph of Locksley at The Minstrel's Guild of Drachenwald - I'll See Your Six! - and raise you thirty-five. Don't mess with a damsel from the SCA. Hehe. [smith2004]

# Vin Suprynowicz at The Las Vegas Review-Journal - An odd case of 'shaken baby syndrome' - Alan Yurko was imprisoned in Florida when the hospital killed his baby and the medical examiner confused him with a black baby that had been shaken to death. After seven years in a cage, Mr. Yurko's conviction was vacated. And now he's free, right? Wrong. Gummint doesn't work that way.

# Mozilla Firefox 1.01 is available for Windoze, Macintosh, and Linux. Stability improvements and security fixes. Firefox is currently my browser of choice. [clairefiles]

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