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Why They'd "Approve" for 6-Month Old Babies

Posted by $ Abaco 1 month, 3 weeks ago to Science
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Years ago I heard this theory. They assign so many vaccines to infants because infants can't communicate how they feel verbally. I dealt with this myself. My son, at 8-months old, spent two nights with me in a bathtub trying to drop his fever after receiving 4 vaccines in one visit. He was never the same. At the time the doctors just said, "It's normal. Just give him Tylenol." Turns out he was suffering from something a lot of kids with autism come down with - encephalitis. Never recovered. Last time I looked at the CDC schedule a baby was getting vaccinated 36 times by age 2. (Been a while since I looked so don't quote me). That just doesn't make any sense to me. I had the smallpox vaccine around 1 and that's it until I was 5. Now, they're adding this unapproved vaccine for 6-month olds. How many boosters will some of these kids get before they're 2? I also understand that some states are adding this to their list of mandated vaccines for school. Moderna's stock jumped at this news.....


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    Posted by $ allosaur 1 month, 3 weeks ago
    I'm sorry about your son.
    Making big money is a sorry lowdown excuse for endangering little babies.
    Lately I've been reading about vaccines being approved for kids under five even here in Alabama. Yikes!
    What happened to all the news I used to read about children being pretty much immune to Covid and old coots like me being the only ones who really need to worry about catching it?
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    • Posted by $ blarman 1 month, 2 weeks ago
      These vaccine makers are intentionally trying to lower the earth's population. They want to do it by infecting healthy people with debilitating illnesses which sap or reduce the body's ability to fight other diseases. They want to sterilize as many people as possible to prevent further reproduction.

      People are concerned about the number of people who have died from these vaccines and they should be. We should be more than outraged about the rest of the downstream effects. We should demand heads to roll - literally.
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      • Posted by $ allosaur 1 month, 2 weeks ago
        The only reason me dino can go figure Big Pharma would want to decrease their customer base is buying into the radical belief is that the human race amounts to parasites bringing on climate change and the end of the world.
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        • Posted by $ blarman 1 month, 2 weeks ago
          There sure may be some who fall into that category of being ideologists. I suspect, however, that most are nothing more than monetary opportunists. If I am not mistaken, most work the revolving door of pharmaceutical manager/lobbyist -> FDA approval board and back again. They want out of the game and the only way to do that is a nice big fat paycheck - and they don't really care how they get it. They see COVID as a windfall profiteering opportunity like no other: a product that other people promote - despite its flaws - and even mandate - despite its uselessness - and (better yet) PAY FOR with taxpayer dollars!

          What is there not to like in this? I mean it isn't as if there is some afterlife waiting for me to hold me accountable for my greed... [/s]
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    Posted by JohnRandALL 1 month, 3 weeks ago
    Over 40 years a s a physician, and now, I reflect back on all the kids for whom I ordered immunizations, believing the recommendations of the medical authorities for all those years. Now, I am starting to question every single shot. Were they really needed, and what harm did they cause?
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    • Posted by term2 1 month, 2 weeks ago
      Bad enough that we tend to trust the companies that make the vaccines. But, government adds their own hidden agendas to what they promote, and those things are rarely good. Vaccines should be voluntary, period.
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    • Posted by $ 1 month, 2 weeks ago
      Were they needed?

      No
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      • Posted by $ gharkness 1 month, 2 weeks ago
        But, given what was known back then by plain old parents like us, how would we know this? All the parents I know would have rather died than to subject their babies to known poisons, but We Didn't Know! Polio. Measles. Tetanus. Smallpox. Scary, scary words.
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        • Posted by Rex_Little 1 month, 2 weeks ago
          Polio, smallpox and tetanus are legitimately scary, but when did measles get added to the list? When I was a kid, the way you got immunized was to catch it and recover. (I got it when I was 5.) Some parents went out of their way to make sure their kids were exposed, since it was supposed to be really dangerous to catch it as an adult.
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          • Posted by $ gharkness 1 month, 2 weeks ago
            Yeah, that's right. Sometime in the early 1970s, measles was added, and chicken pox came later.

            Point being (apparently I'm bad at making my point!) we were told that measles can cause blindness, and I do remember my mother telling me to not look out the bright window when I had the measles. No one who is rational wants to take chances on their kids' health and well-being, including their vision. HOW were we to know that measles wasn't bad enough to take a vaccine over? Same with chicken pox. And all the others.

            It's literally ONLY been since Covid that I became aware that not everything is as stated, in the vaccine world. Yes I knew of Wakefield, but I am not sure about him at all. Mercola is right about as often as a stopped clock. It's completely unclear to me and I will not consider myself at fault for taking the best care of my kids that I knew to do. But if I were to have (an impossible) do-over, I'd be a lot more cautious about vaccines.

            Editing to add: I am not meaning to sound harsh, Abaco. What you and your child went through is horrendous! I only meant to reinforce that just like you didn't know, we didn't either. Unfortunately, the results for your child were much worse. There's just no excuse for the merry-go-round we've been led on.
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            • Posted by $ 1 month, 2 weeks ago
              I've met and spoken with Wakefield about the data I acquired on my own. He's not a fraud. He was right. He made the initial connection between the MMR and serious gastro problems he was seeing in his patients. That finding has never been disproved and in fact has helped thousands of parents treat their autistic children.
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            • Posted by term2 1 month, 2 weeks ago
              I think my parents tried to do their best for me, and for sure not all of what they did was perfectly ok. But, what can I say. If I had kids, I would try to do my best for them, but I could do some things that werent the best either.
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              • Posted by $ gharkness 1 month, 2 weeks ago
                That’s all that anyone can ask…..except parents could make much better judgments and do the right things, if they just had REAL FACTS!! This business of being lied to by medical “authorities” has to stop. Mistakes, sure…I get that. Lies?? No excuses.
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          • Posted by term2 1 month, 2 weeks ago
            I like George Carlin's comedy routine on "Germs". Basicallty he says they swam in I think it was in the polluted east river in NYC, and got exposed to a LOT of stuff. He says his immune system was made stronger by all that sh&* in the water, and it kept him pretty healthy later in life. It was a comedy routing, but somehow I think the pont he was making was right.
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        • Posted by $ 1 month, 2 weeks ago
          That's right. You were kept in the dark. Weekly I educate somebody on some of these illnesses. Just this morning I told a colleague, "Tetanus doesn't come from rust." The federal government has played an active role in the disinformation campaign in order to help their loyal contributors. I, at one time, didn't know. Then I had to hold back my anger when a few pediatricians I met with looked at my contaminate printouts from my son and said, "Oh, those toxins came from the vaccines." I wanted to scream, "Now you tell me!!!"
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  • Posted by AmericanWoman 1 month, 2 weeks ago
    Am so sorry when we trust those who are supposed to be wiser....experts.....harm is greater then the heart can withstand .... am so sorry for your loss....have had my own thoughts as a older person...well yes old...had A Fib diagnosed over 13 years ago then a Pacemaker 12 implanted had always felt tip top even at my age....but then all of a sudden not so much..strange it happened AFTER the miracle jab!
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    • Posted by $ 1 month, 2 weeks ago
      Probably the impact on your t-cells from the shot...possibly. I haven't studied it but understand that the heart is rife with t-cells. Maybe somebody here knows more about it.
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      • Posted by AmericanWoman 1 month, 2 weeks ago
        Thank you for you respond...for me its odd that a person who had trouble slowing down now is like a wound spring that goes backwards.....but....even saying that.....my heart breaks for you and your wife...family. Bless you and your family always.
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  • Posted by term2 1 month, 2 weeks ago
    I dont think that the government should mandate this sort of thing in the first place. The baby relies on the parents in its first few years of life, so it should be the parents who need to make the decisions as to vaccinations, IMHO.

    I got both pfizer shots and has fortunately only a one day strange reaction where I couldnt walk on a perfectly good ankle . As fast as the sympton came on, it dissipated a day later. I dont think the powers that be really know what this vaccine does- since it still allows you to catch COVID, despiite what they promised when the vaccine first came out !! I didnt get COVID before I got the vaccine, and havent gotten it since. I am just careful about being around large groups in close quarters. Who knows why I didnt catch it, but somehow I am doubting it was due to the vaccine.
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    • Posted by LibertyBelle 1 month, 2 weeks ago
      I had 2 Moderna vaccines, and later one booster. I didn't catch COVID. But I think maybe it was more because I have led a rather isolated existence anyhow, most of the time. And I am also 70.
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  • Posted by JuliBMe 1 month, 2 weeks ago
    I was in the US Navy in the 1980s. When you go to Boot Camp, they send you down a corridor in one of the buildings on one your first few days. At each door in the corridor is a "nurse" with a needle gun.

    I have no idea how many shots I had to have that day. As far as I know, though, I'm fine. But, imagine all the kids in the military in the more recent decades. :-(
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    • Posted by $ AJAshinoff 1 month, 2 weeks ago
      Needles? What boot did you attend? I attended boot in Great Lakes in late 80s. I was hit with pneumatics, one in each arm, going down a hall.
      My understanding is that they were to bolster immunities prior to joining the fleet with specific boosters (like the yellow fever one I got) when you were assigned to a ship.
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    • Posted by $ 1 month, 2 weeks ago
      Notice they never officially came up with a cause for "Gulf War Syndrome". Interesting... It was clearly neurologically linked. The military takes REALLY good care of Pharma...
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