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Gov. Matt Bevin: Will Not Kowtow to Vaccine Hysteria

Wow, things sure are different now than they were when I was a kid during the 1960s and ’70s. When it comes to chickenpox or measles, or other illnesses, there was not the mass hysteria that we have these days. Today’s mass hysteria is based on ignorance, fear mongering and propaganda. Are you on the side of rationality, or hysteria?

The latest issue: Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has stated that he intentionally allowed his 9 kids to get chickenpox as a way for their immune systems to safely protect themselves from future exposure. Well, good for him!

Bevin says the government has no right to force people to get a vaccine or to force parents to inflict vaccines on their kids, whose vulnerable brains are still in the important early developing stages. I agree.

Some vaccines contain harmful elements such as aluminum and mercury, and for some people the risks involved in getting chicken pox, or measles or the flu, are not as dangerous as whatever risks may be involved with vaccines.

Now, some parents are going against the “anti-vaxxers,” and supporting mandatory vaccines for kids. In my view, many people including doctors are ignorant and hysterical and basing their fears on myths. For example, if your kid is vaccinated, why are you concerned whether or not another kid in the classroom has been vaccinated? If your kid is vaccinated then he is immune to and protected from whatever that particular vaccine addresses. Right? But noooo, the hysterical parents still want to force ALL kids to get a vaccine. (Because, what they are really saying is, they are admitting that the vaccine is not effective. If they believed the vaccine to be effective, they would not worry about their own vaccinated kid contracting chicken pox or whatever from other, non-vaccinated kids.)

According to this article, the CDC states, “Chickenpox can be serious and can lead to severe complications and death, even in healthy children. There is no way to tell in advance how severe your child’s symptoms will be. So it is not worth taking the chance of exposing your child to someone with the disease.”

That’s just hysteria. According to the CDC, one in 60,000 kids might die from getting chickenpox. But this is regarding reported cases. It’s probably closer to one in 100,000 or even fewer, because most people don’t report their kids’ chickenpox. And also, the key factor to whether people’s immune systems can resist diseases is not vaccines but nutrition. Many people especially nowadays are malnourished, because they are eating junk or processed foods and don’t conscientiously have a nutritious diet. I can’t believe some of the crap that some mothers give their kids.

And by the way, regarding the hysteria that the CDC and all the Establishment doctors are exhibiting and their fear mongering, this recent article on measles propaganda is well worth your time. It notes (Go to linked article for footnotes and links),

According to the CDC, the last recorded measles-associated death in the U.S. occurred in 2015. But even before the measles vaccine was introduced and given to children in the early 1960s, the annual death toll from measles in the U.S. was between 450 and 500, and never approached the high death rate of smallpox, which was a far more deadly disease, and which prompted calls for states to pass mandatory smallpox vaccination laws for children.

While any death, for any reason, is tragic, it is reasonable to ask whether it makes sense to mandate that children receive vaccines for diseases with low mortality rates when there are many other causes of death that are not only easier to prevent but would save far more lives.

According to a special report on child mortality published 2018 in The New England Journal of Medicine, 20,360 children aged 1 to 19 died in 2016; it goes on to list the top 10 causes of death in this age group.

Twenty percent of deaths (4,074 children) were caused by motor vehicle crashes, which came in at No. 1, followed by firearm-related injuries at 15 percent (3,143 deaths). In terms of disease, cancer was the primary cause of death (1,853 deaths), followed by suffocation (1,430 deaths) and drowning (995 deaths). A total of 982 children died from drug overdoses. Heart disease killed 599 children and chronic lower respiratory disease took the lives of 274.

One thing that the hysterical CDC and many, many pro-mandatory vaccine doctors fail to note is the money, money, money that the pharmaceutical industry rakes in from their vaccines, the symbiotic relationship between many doctors and the pharmaceutical industry, and the revolving door between pharma execs/members of their boards and the CDC and FDA.

Sharyl Attkisson wrote about what the news isn’t saying about vaccine-autism studies, and has this page of links to many articles on the subject of vaccines. Now, for those of you who really believe the myth and propaganda that “science is settled” and vaccine links to neurological problems have been “debunked,” then you have been relying too much on mainstream media propaganda and not actual truth, in my view.

So good for Gov. Matt Bevin for sticking to the principle of FREEDOM and freedom of choice in letting his kids develop immunity naturally (which is healthier and longer lasting) rather than poisoning them with vaccines containing harmful elements.

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