Discover Magazine has published an article about the Australian "Antivax Movement".
It’s a heartbreaker about a child who wasn’t vaccinated and acquired a cough and died. Which is totally sad, and I feel for the family.
Vaccines also kill. That’s why the United States has the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
The Discover Magazine hit piece makes no acknowledgement of that fact. In fact, the piece is a vicious attack on conscientious objectors…let me quote:
"The end result? Kids, including infants, are getting sick, and some of them are dying. Never, ever forget that, no matter how loudly these people yell, and no matter what garbage they spout (including, inevitably, in the comments that will follow this very post). Babies are dying."
Hey, buddy, why don’t you pay a little visit to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) site:
Please allow me to quote again:
"From January 1, 1991, through December 31, 2001, VAERS received 128,717 case reports describing adverse events after immunization.
Overall, 14.2% of all reports received in VAERS during 1991–2001 described serious adverse events (10) (Table 9).
A clinical research team follows up on all deaths reported to VAERS. The majority of these deaths were ultimately classified as sudden infant death syndrome."
Math = over 18,000 kids "suddenly died" after vaccination according to the US Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
My heart goes out to the subject of the Discover article, but it also goes out to the parents and families of those eighteen thousand kids.
No one who can count to eighteen thousand should be attacked in the way that this article attacks them.
And if you really want to be sickened, read some of the comments on that article.