This post by Anna Rodgers, ‘Collective Evolution‘, presents a convincing argument that “official” information and directives about vaccines falls far short of being ‘factual’ and ‘complete’.
There are so many aspects of the vaccine scenario that lack scientific and ethical validity, raising many valid questions, some of them are covered by this article.
One of her contributions covers health as a vital part of natural immunity responses. This leads to two comments. 1. Unhealthy people are more susceptible to all diseases, therefore the argument for vaccines can be stronger. On the other hand, unhealthy people, children in particular, are more susceptible to adverse reactions from vaccines. A very pertinent argument. 2. Dr Donegan is a professional, practicing homeopathic medicine and so has a vested interest. Her beliefs are obviously motivation for her publicizing her own story, as is the case for every author, including Anna Rodgers. I accept that motivations can often result in “bent” evidence, this is purely case relevant – does not apply in all cases. In all cases, it is essential to consider the evidence on its own merits.
Here, I believe, we have authentic evidence, very strong support against mandatory vaccinations without considering necessity, efficacy and the risks of adverse reactions.
“The Doctor Who Beat The British General Medical Council By Proving That Vaccines Aren’t Necessary To Achieve Health.”
What happened when a UK doctor appeared as an expert witness to help two mothers prove in court that their children didn’t need to be vaccinated?
A 3 year court case against the British General Medical Council that ended with the doctor accused having all allegations dropped.
Dr. Jayne Donegan, a UK GP, has lived a most fascinating story. It began with her originally being a very strong advocate for vaccinations, but fast forward quite a few years later, and she now not only speaks out against the dangers of vaccinations, but ended up being taken to the General Medical Council with some pretty serious claims by them regarding her professionalism.
A selection of her story’s chapters:
“I Used To Think Parent’s Who Don’t Vaccinate Were Either Ignorant or Sociopathic.”
“No Evidence Of Measles Epidemic”
“Alarm Bells: Now Three MMR’s Were Needed?”
“Collating My Own Vaccine Charts – Why Was It so Hard To Obtain The Information?”
“People Stopped Dying of Whooping Cough Long Before Vaccine Was Introduced”
“Department of Health’s Own Charts: Not A Good Way Of Showing Changes in Mortality and Disease”
“100% Decline In Measles Deaths Three Years Before Vaccine Was Introduced”
“Health Is the Only Immunity”
“Standard Medical Treatment Suppresses Symptoms And Causes The Most Harm”
“Scientific “Proof”: Very Different From “Proof” In A Court Of Law”
“GMC Agreed: Children Do Not Need Vaccines To Be Healthy”
All of these issues, and more, are dealt with in the source article, linked here.
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