I’m not anti-vaccine; I’m pro common sense.
It's common sense to question why a Doctor would force vaccinating a child against an STD on the day of their birth when both parents are clean.
It's common sense to disagree with the legality of my Doctor receiving bonuses based on the number of patients he vaccinates.
It's common sense to question the integrity of a 60 billion dollar industry that successfully bought legislation that makes them free of all liability when they cause harm.
It's common sense to be concerned when vaccine producers “donate” millions of dollars every year to the people who help determine the suggested vaccine schedule. (Academy of Pediatrics)
It's common sense to question the integrity of a system where the former Director of the CDC is now Vice President for the largest vaccine producer in the world.
It's common sense to “actually” read the pamphlets before vaccinating.
It's common sense to weigh the risk verses benefit, like any other medication.
It's common sense to find out for yourself the number of people that have been adversely affected by vaccines.
It's common sense that it’s wrong to pay injured families only if they agree to be silent about their adverse reactions.
It's common sense that the numbers of adverse reactions are flawed because most go unreported.
It's common sense that when “risk of death” is listed as a side effect on a vaccine, for a disease that isn’t life threatening, it might not be worth giving to my healthy child.
It's common sense to question western medicine when 60 years ago they encouraged pregnant women to smoke.
It's common sense to question western medicine because of how long they knew cigarettes caused cancer, but remained silent due to the amount of money that was involved.
It's common sense to be weary of everything when our country is the sickest it has ever been.
It's common sense that most people aren't willing to do the research, but I was, and I won't stop the pursuit of a less corrupt medical system.
I'm not anti-vaccine; I'm pro common sense.
- Judith Arancibia
I might add:
It’s common sense that I would want EVERYTHING injected into my family tested for it’s short and long-term safety. This has NEVER been done with any vaccine or its components much less multiple vaccines done together.
It’s common sense that we would like to see a real scientific study done (double blind placebo controlled) comparing non-vaccinated vs. vaccinated people showing the efficacy that vaccines are safe and effective. There have been many populations of people willing to NOT vaccinate for this study but they have never done one because they are afraid of the results.
It’s common sense that If vaccines are so incredibly safe, then why does the vaccine industry need absolute legal immunity from all harm caused by its products? No liability = highest profitability = more vaccines created.
It's common sense to question the integrity of the system when vaccine producers “donate” millions of dollars every year to the government officials who help determine laws and can push through their agenda for monetary gain without the risk of liability.
It’s common sense that the media that should report both sides of the story but can’t because a large portion of the advertisements (that pay their salary) are for pharmaceutical companies.
It’s common sense that medicine & society for that matter has a long history of trying to discredit doctors & facts that don’t fit into the current common accepted practices. (Dr. Ignaz Philipp Semmelweis, for example, had his license suspended, was discredited, put in an institution for the Insane where he was beaten and killed for recommending that doctors should wash their hands before delivering babies.)
It’s common sense that If vaccines are backed by solid science, then why do many vaccine inserts openly admit they are backed by no clinical trials?
...there have been no controlled trials adequately demonstrating a decrease in influenza disease after vaccination with FLULAVAL.