Pissed off

I continue to be outraged by the things that I learn. I just listened to an interview with Dr. Suzanne Humphries regarding vaccinations and autism. This post isn’t meant to be anti-vaccine but the things that anger me the most is that we are allowing ourselves to be backed into a corner by the government. The government is mandating- essentially forcing us to vaccinate our children- and then completely protecting the pharmaceutical companies if and when injury occurs. Meanwhile, at the same time, they are threatening to take away our right to know if our food has been genetically modified. Where are the protests? Where is the outrage? In essence, the government is treating us like small children, incapable of making educated decisions regarding our own bodies and our children’s bodies. We are allowing them to dictate our health and the consequences are devastating. “One in every four couples in developing countries had been found to be affected by infertility” according to the World Health Organization. As of 2014, 1 in 68 children in this country has autism (CDC). The U.S. has the 6th highest cancer rate (World Cancer Research Fund Organization) and “approximately 1 in 285 children in the US will be diagnosed with the disease before the age of 20” (Cancer.org Special Report). The U.S. infant mortality rate has recently been called a “national embarrassment”. In fact, “The United States has a higher infant mortality rate than any of the other 27 wealthy countries, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control. A baby born in the U.S. is nearly three times as likely to die during her first year of life as one born in Finland or Japan. That same American baby is about twice as likely to die in her first year as a Spanish or Korean one.” (Washington Post)

Clearly what we are doing isn’t working. Personally, I’m pissed off at all of this. I’m angry that the government is taking away my right as a parent to make decisions regarding my own children. I’m angry that I don’t always know what I’m eating. I’m scared that if things don’t change soon, it’ll be too late. Please join me. Get mad and do something about it. It literally takes less than one minute to join me in this crusade. It doesn’t matter if you are pro-vaccine or anti-vaccine. The point is, we have a right to chose what we put into our bodies. Give us back that right.

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6 thoughts on “Pissed off

  1. I’m right there with ya! Unfortunately I have signed two different petitions regarding mandatory vaccinations and I received an email from the We The People Team that was basically a reprimand (shame on me!), and then more and more “info” on why vaccinations are safe, according to our government and our president. So…not sure how to go about making a change! 😦

  2. Thank you for having the courage to express this outrage. I was mandated to have the meningitis vaccine to attend university. It gave me Guillian Barre Syndrome. I spent months in The Cleveland Clinic ICU, and lost an entire year of my life. I went from a top notch athlete with a full ride scholarship to complete paralysis in 3 weeks. I could go on. As an adult I have suffered “unexplained” infertility and unexplained recurrent miscarriages. I have done a ton of research on this topic, and am disgusted by the lack of acknowledgement and repercussions for pharma on this. I have zero rights, and no reparations for the harm done to my life. On top of that the injured who speak out are deemed crazy or vilified. Even doctors will not venture to broach the subject when I bring it up. Zero acknowledgement of mercury and squalene in the vaccinations let alone what the serums are. I’m not telling people to not vaccinate, that is a very personal choice. My story would not have dissuaded me from vaccination. If you do. Keep an accurate record of exactly what and when you have them. Also, get the lot number of the vaccination. At least if something happens you can prove what you need to for reparation. Thanks again for speaking out.

    • Robin, thank you for telling your story. I’m so sorry that you have had to go through all of this. More stories like yours need to be told. Hopefully, if we all ban together we can produce change. I’m not anti-vaccines but I do believe we should all have the choice.

  3. Yes. I don’t think the government should protect big pharma. I don’t think they should force me to vaccinate my child. I think they should tell me where, and how my food is grown, raised, and slaughtered.
    Families who go against the societal norms loose their children to CPS. Abuse! Even when it’s not warranted. Did parents 50-100 years ago worry as much about their kids? Were they all as conflicted over what and how they should be raising their children? I would venture to say probably not. Because there weren’t a million industries and corporations invested in making them feel insecure enough to consume everything.
    if you breast feed a child past a year people look at you like a freak. If you don’t cover your self while your infant is nursing you’re a pervert who wants attention, but feel free to flaunt that naked breast on a magazine cover for the arousal and pleasure of others.
    Vaccines do a lot of good, but I think generations of getting them has altered our DNA. Protecting pharmaceutical companies from paying damages is preventing them from making vax better. It’s preventing big pharma from The liability of giving a drug to someone that causes them brain damage. medicine is not one size fits all.
    If you’ve ever been on anti depressants that made you suicidal and then looked at like an alien for being done with meds you realize quickly that it’s all about money. Put drugs in our food, that make us need drugs for an illness and they will always be in business.

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