Are Vaccine Pushers Putting Pregnant Women at Risk?

Posted on Oct 26, 2008 in Heavy Metals, Uncategorized

It seems as if the makers of vaccinations have no respect for human life – and the same is true for the government agencies that stand behind them in support of their propaganda. I have long been concerned by the way vaccinations are pushed on parents and the amount of vaccines administered these days to the poor children who have no choice in the matter.

With educational systems requiring vaccinations for admittance to schools, parents are feeling as if they are left with no other choice but to vaccinate their children. With the long term and negative effects of vaccinations still not completely understood and the effectiveness of many vaccinations still unproven, putting children at risk with vaccinations strikes me as a selfish and irresponsible tactic to make money. Lately, however, the vaccine pushers have really gone too far.

One of their latest actions really bothers me. It seems that the vaccine pushers are now trying to get pregnant women to get flu vaccinations during their 8th month of pregnancy in order to protect the newborn child from acquiring the flu. This is absolutely preposterous. Not only is this a false presentation of how vaccinations work, it also completely ignores the inherent risks associated with getting vaccinated.

What Are the Risks of Vaccinations?

There are many risks associated with getting a vaccination that many people do not realize. While the potential connection between autism and vaccinations has received a great deal of recent attention, the media doesn’t spend a whole lot of time discussing the fact that vaccinations also present our bodies with a wealth of toxins.

The reality is that many vaccines contain neurotoxic materials, with the most common additive being Thimerosal. Thimerosal contains minute amounts of mercury, which is extremely dangerous and has been linked to autism by many experts.

The fact that vaccinations contain attenuated or live viruses also means that you are injecting the illness into your body when you get a flu vaccination. As a result, some people actually develop the disease after being vaccinated. In addition, if a person with an auto-immune deficiency comes in contact with someone after receiving a live virus vaccination, it is possible for the virus to “leap” to that person and cause that person to become infected with the disease.

Of course, there is also the concern of experiencing an allergic reaction to the vaccination, which can cause more damage than the vaccination prevents. Several years ago the National Vaccine Information Center made the following statement; and it bears repeating in every conversation about vaccines:

“Vaccination is a medical procedure which carries a risk of injury or death. As a parent, it is your responsibility to become educated about the benefits and risks of vaccines in order to make the most informed, responsible vaccination decisions.”
Making the Problem Worse With Flu Vaccinations

In addition to all of the inherent problems associated with vaccinations, the push to give pregnant women a flu vaccination has additional problems. Namely, it is impossible to create a flu shot that actually works. This is because the flu virus changes its structure each time it replicates, which means the flu shots that have been developed would only be effective against previous strains of the flu virus.

Even the Center for Disease Control admits that the effectiveness of flu shots depends on how well they have matched the shot with the current strain. In other words, whether or not the vaccination has any effectiveness depends upon how well researchers have guessed at the structure of the next strain of flu.

So, my question, is it really worth taking the risk when the supposed benefits have not been proven?

Think about it, the vaccination cannot be given to children under the age of 6 months, yet the vaccine pushers are encouraging pregnant women to get the shot while carrying a developing fetus. It just doesn’t make sense to me and I encourage all pregnant women to NOT get this vaccine and to do thorough research on all vaccinations. I have 2 healthy boys who have never seen a hospital, a doctor or received any vaccinations and I hope the future for our children is a future with NO vaccinations!