Sunday, December 27, 2015

Random Ramblings ...

Forced vaccination has been justified in the name of the "greater good" - at best a Machiavellian mindset that the ends justifies the means. Any harm that might be done by vaccination (because those who advocate forced vaccination rarely acknowledge that harm is done by vaccines) is over-ridden by the good of avoiding short-term infectious illness that seldom causes death or long-term adverse sequelae while resulting in long-term immunity (instead of the short-term risk reduction provided by vaccination - resulting in the "need" for repeated vaccination). 

Ultimately the issue of forced vaccination results from a naturalistic man (ie: human) centered worldview. What I find so bizarre about this is this type of thinking justifies abortion for the sake of individual freedom yet will also justify forcibly vaccinating masses of people, thus violating their personal autonomy and bodily integrity (interestingly, abortion does this to the unborn baby, and frequently enough to the woman herself). 

Just as odd is a man-centered worldview generally believes in evolution, not God-caused creation as described in the Bible. If one believes in evolution (where "creation" happened spontaneously from chaotic randomness) why would you want vaccination, forced or otherwise? Any death from an infectious illness would be the result of "natural selection"! 

The theory of herd immunity is also used as a justification for mandatory vaccination, and yet there is reason to question its efficacy. Pertussis is rapidly becoming a case-study for the questionable foundation of herd immunity as it keeps happening in highly vaccinated populations - populations that have achieved "herd immunity"! 

There are many adults who are not "UTD" (Up To Date) on their vaccinations - and yet there are neither frequent, nor severe outbreaks of "vaccine preventable" diseases in groups who are technically "under-vaccinated". 

With vaccines being a source of ginormous growth and profit for the pharmaceutical industry (little risk, lots of reward as they are essentially liability free since 1986) there is tremendous conflict of interest embedded in those who are setting vaccine policy - lawmakers and others who work in or around the vaccine industry whore around in a fascist brothel. They have been pimping out children for years but now are no longer satisfied with the sickening profits that have been reaped with this group and have now moved on to adults. 

To whatever extent vaccines work there is no justification for forcing or manipulating or coercing people to use them. We are designed to live in freedom - including the freedom to decide what vaccines, if any, to receive. 


  1. That's an issue worth of a discussion. There are more and more drug discovery researches, but for vaccination which is of the significance for prevention, we should have the freedom to choose accept or not.

  2. Vaccine is really safe. Most reaction of vaccination such as having ache in arms, feveret are mostly temporary. It is rare to have an serious accident and it will get careful monitor and investigation if the accident happened. Moreover, the rate of vaccine’s preventing disease is far more than the rate of having harm.

    1. Hi - you have listed the most commonly reported reactions.

      I think we do not know if vaccines are truly safe because any reporting of serious reactions is passive and largely voluntary and many health professionals do not acknowledge that serious reactions or adverse events follow vaccination.

      The other reason I question the safety of vaccines is the lack of studies comparing vaccinated people with unvaccinated people (defining unvaccinated as never receiving vaccines, not merely comparing a group who receive vaccine "x" with a group who do not receive vaccine "x").

      Even if a vaccine is efficacious, I am no longer convinced that it is best to reduce risk of contacting an infectious illness that is generally not life-threatening and from which most people recover without problems (resulting in more robust immunity that is generally far longer lasting than the temporary risk reduction provided by a vaccine which needs to be repeated either annually or every few years throughout an individual's life).


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