Why We Don’t Fear the Diseases
June 02, 2015
You only have to look at the measles statistics from the US to see that the real risk comes from the MMR itself, not the disease. In one 11 year period from 2004 – 2015 there weren’t any deaths from measles, whilst in that time frame there were 108 deaths from the MMR vaccine (registered with VAERS). These figures are from the CDC which keeps a weekly tally of disease outbreaks, and The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), a database available to the public. It’s a similar situation in Australia with no deaths from Measles in the last 20 years. So why are death rates in third world countries so much higher in comparison? Well for one thing we have vastly different living conditions, such as nutrition, sanitation and clean water. High death rates for measles are only reported in countries where children are undernourished and lack the vitamins and nutrients needed to support the immune system. Not only is this a mild disease in developed countries, there is also evidence that it can be treated effectively with vitamin A and Vitamin C supplementation. Both the W.H.O and the Australian Government website give the definition of measles as: “a generalised rash lasting 3 or more days with fever”. When a child is given the MMR vaccine (a live virus vaccine) at 12 months of age to prevent a mild and temporary rash, they often don’t even think about reading the MMR vaccine package insert which lists the range of side effects that includes everything from headaches and fever to encephalitis, guillain-Barre Syndrome, arthritis and stevens-johnsons syndrome.
What is known is known about vaccine ingredients is that some can open up the blood brain barrier and allow live viruses to enter the brain. They can cause permanent paralysis, seizures, immune system disorders and other chronic conditions such as asthma. There are hundreds of peer reviewed studies that show the dangerous adverse effects of vaccine ingredients.