At first blush, the idea that we might be able to prevent disease with a simple shot, may seem like a good idea. But in truly trying to determine whether it is a good idea, one must evaluate all of the knock on effects, not just the potential upside. One must consider whether there are adverse reactions to the patient from the shot. One must compare the long term health outcomes of the mass vaccinated. One should want to evaluate any impact on offspring and future generations and more.
In our rush to vaccinate, one consideration often disregarded is the impact on our world, not just our bodies. And sadly while this consideration is often neglected in science, where there seems to exist the tendency to not only play god but to believe that humans can play god, the evidence suggests we should be concerned about the effects of vaccination on our world.
You see, more and more often the medical literature is documenting mutations in bugs stemming from vaccination. To be clear, vaccination is causing natural bugs to mutate in order to outsmart the vaccines and what is often happening is that new strains of disease, often more virulent than the strains against which we are vaccinating are taking over. Think about polio mutating and the new version being twice as deadly as the original. Or pertussis where B parapertussis, not covered in the vaccine, is filling the gap created by vaccinating about B pertussis or showing a 40-fold increase in the lungs of vaccinated mice. Or HPV or meningitis… And now we hear that Hepatitis B is fighting back as well.
New research out of China has demonstrated that the Hepatitis B bug is indeed mutating at a rapid rate in response to China’s infant Hep B vaccination push. In fact, the number of “escape mutants” of Hepatitis B virus rose from 6.5% of children in 1992 to nearly 15% in 2005. We don’t know what the long term health outcomes of these mutations may be but surely the answer is not to keep vaccinating or to create another vaccine to combat new strains, though that is exactly what the study authors suggest.
Why do these scientists believe they can play god and outsmart mother nature when the evidence clear shows otherwise? Our natural world is not static. Nature is constantly evolving, changing, and responding. Of course we all want our children to be healthy well and thrive but injecting them with an ever increasing number of vaccines is surely questionable for them as well as for our world. Perhaps it is time to take a step back and remember that health does not come in a bottle. Sadly, money does.
To read the press release click here.
To read the abstract of the study, click here.