Why All The Fuss About Measles?
There has certainly been a lot of hoopla recently over children getting measles. It is almost comical that a childhood disease, which millions of children used to get and survive, should be the focus of attention. Well, comical if there wasn’t a sinister agenda behind the fear mongering.
Are Measles Dangerous?
Let’s look at the facts. Between 2005 and 2014 there were no deaths from the measles in the US. But there have been 108 deaths from the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine. Not only that, vaccinated individuals are contagious for weeks, sometimes months, after vaccination.
Vaccinations Cause Outbreaks
Some vaccinations (like the MMR one for measles), contain live viruses. After an individual is vaccinated, they can “shed” the disease. Shedding is when a live virus is injected via a vaccine and moves through the body through the feces, urine, saliva, etc., exposing anyone who comes into contact with the vaccinated person. Vaccinating a child puts others at risk.
Infectious outbreaks occur even in areas with a 94% or more vaccination rate. The “Office of Medical and Scientific Justice” (OMSJ) gives a possible explanation for this: 1) vaccines are becoming increasingly ineffective and causing immune dysfunction, and 2) vaccine antigen responses may be reprogramming viruses while weakening the immune systems of the most vaccinated individuals.
Vaccines are loaded with toxic ingredients like mercury, and there are many indications that autism, MS and many other medical conditions are actually caused by the dangerous ingredients in vaccinations.
Let Kids Be Kids
I had 3 vaccinations when I was a child – polio, measles and mumps. Guess what? I still got the measles. Yep, got blotchy and itchy and had to stay home from school for a week. But I survived. So did my friends and millions of other kids.
What is the big deal about a measles outbreak? There is no big deal. The only “deal” is to forward the agenda of the powers that be. Vaccinate the population to death, literally. And that is not a deal I want to be part of.