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ive gotten zero shots since my birth, that includes the loot of them they give you when your born in a hospital and ive always felt fine. ive travelled to central, south and north america, to europe and asia never taking any vaccines and by just being careful i never caught anything.
vaccines are helpful when you catch something, but mass vaccination is a bad idea. They challenge your immune system for nothing and lead to resistant stands and such, so im with the thread creator on this one
1. peditricians and obstricans are real docters, the first ones for kids and the second one is a baby doctor.
2. why are we getting a vaccine that in the past has killed more people than n1h1?
Supposedly this swine flu is a new flu that's never been seen before yet they already have a vaccine for it? That's not even possible. It usually takes years to develop one and then it goes through human trials which seems impossible due to the timing of these events. Also the vaccine is going to be a three part vaccine which adds to my suspicion about it. I have heard quite a bit of interesting things that say this vaccine is a total scam on different levels but I'll leave that to yourself to reasearch. Anyways I won't be taking it and I think the government is gonna have some big issues if they try to mandate it. I know I won't take it regardless.
great find whats the source
There are confirmed cases popping up all around the Atlanta area and metro area schools, but I'm not that worried. I've had all my immunizations required for school, but that is all I will do. I do not want anyone shoving a needle in my arm with a vaccine that hasn't been fully tested on humans. Mothers around here are freaking out, throwing hand santizer at their children like it's candy. I wish people would just chill out, like everything epidemic in history, it will pass.
I looked up some facts and stuff from the CDC website if you want some figures.