Could too many immunizations be causing chronic illnesses? Or do common childhood illnesses, like chickenpox, serve a purpose by helping the immune system strengthen itself.
Although I used the chickenpox vaccine as an example, it’s hardly the only one. There are problems with many other vaccines as well.
American children are the most immunized children on the planet. Yet we have the sickest children in the history of the world.
If immunizations are so successful, then why are our children suffering from chronic illnesses at higher rates than other Western countries?
Another problem is that many vaccines contain toxic ingredients, such as mercury and aluminum, that should never be injected into a living being. It could be the toxic load of metals that is negatively affecting our children.
Aluminum is a well-known neurotoxin. Exposure to excessive amounts of it can be expected to cause neurological problems.
The vaccine schedule says to give children the hepatitis B vaccine at birth. That vaccine contains 225 mcg of aluminum.
What amount of aluminum is safe to inject into a baby? No one knows because studies have never been conducted.
In fact, there is no justification for ever injecting a neurotoxin into any living being — particularly a newborn.
I have written many times about the folly of injecting mercury, another neurotoxin, into any living being. Yet it is still being done with some formulations of the flu shot.
The current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) vaccination schedule mandates 71 vaccines for children before the age of 18.
The CDC claims that studies have confirmed the safety of the vaccine schedule. But the truth is the proper studies have never been conducted, and more research is required.
Until that’s done, how can anybody say vaccines are safe?
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