20 Reasons why not to take small pox vaccine -1 reply

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Raven26

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1) George W. Bush has said of smallpox vaccination. “One of my concerns if we were to have universal vaccination, some might lose their life.” The Times (in London), 11/09/01

2) For each million people vaccinated with the smallpox vaccine, as many as 250 could die, according to the American Medical Association. Multiply 250 times 285 (millions of Americans) and the possible deaths from universal smallpox vaccination could equal 71,250. — Journal of the American Medical Association, June 9, 1999, Vol. 281, No.22, p.2132

3) “The American Medical Association said on Tuesday it was not in favor of an immediate mass U.S. smallpox vaccination program, saying the potential threat of a bioterror attack did not warrant inoculating every American against the disease.” -Reuters, December 12,2001

4) “Right now the risk of getting the vaccine is higher than the benefit. You could get a secondary infection, a full-blown systemic infection.” —Marie Rau, Panhandle Health District nurse, quoted by the Spokesman-Review, November 20,2001

5) CDC director Jeffrey Koplan has admitted that universal smallpox vaccination could unleash a significant number of side-effects. He said that because many parts of our population do not have a “robust immune system,” a fair number of people could have serious reactions. —Koplan speaking on the PBS special “Bioterror Propaganda”

6) If the entire nation were to receive a smallpox vaccine, several thousand people would likely develop encephalitis, an inflammation of the brain. —Washington Post Dec. 26, 2001

7) Roger J. Pomerantz, chief of the infectious disease department at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, said that doctors have no idea what the smallpox vaccine might do to people at the extremes of life—less than 2 and older than 65. He said that an even greater concern would be its effect on people with weakened immune systems from HIV infection, chemotherapy or transplants. Washington Post, December 26, 2001

8) “Researchers have been reluctant to recommend a new vaccination program which would use the smallpox vaccine for the local population because the vaccine can cause disease and death in persons with inadequate immune systems.” — Science, Vol. 277, July 18, 1997, pp. 312-13

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9) Routine smallpox vaccination in the United States ended in 1972. Officials are hesitant to resume the immunizations because the vaccine is the most reactive of all and has been linked to serious side

effects, including death. —Reuters, November 29, 2001

10) Eight printed pages of medical studies documenting the many serious side effects of smallpox vaccination can be obtained at www.whale.to/vaccines/smallpos.html See “smallpox vaccine adverse reactions 66-76.” (Note: go to the home page above and put “smallpox vaccine adverse reaction” in the search engine.) Repercussions include serious brain and heart diseases, autism, abnormal chromosomal changes, diabetes, various cancers and leukemia, plus demyelination of nerve tissue years after vaccination.

11) The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that vaccination must not be forced on persons whose physical condition would make such vaccination “cruel and inhuman.” In other words, the state has no right to command that an individual sacrifice his life in the name of public health. —Jacobsen V. Massachusetts, 197 U.S. 11(1905)

12) By the 1 920s, several British medical researchers documented that smallpox was not only more common among the VACCINATED, but that the DEATH RATE from smallpox was actually higher among those who had been vaccinated. This indicates that the vaccine was ineffective and predisposed vaccinated persons to more lethal disease. —Vaccination, Dr. Vera Scheibner, Australia, 1993 pp 205-220.

13) Getting a vaccination does not guarantee immunity. —CDC, January 28, 1994.

14) By 1987, scientific evidence indicated that the World Health Organization’s 13-year global smallpox vaccination campaign may have awakened dormant HIV infection in many vaccines. —Times (in London) May 11, 1987

15) Vaccines made from animal substrate contain animal viruses that are impossible to filter out. By 1961, scientists discovered that animal viruses in vaccines, including smallpox, could act as a carcinogen when given to mice in combination with cancer-causing chemicals, even in amounts too small to induce tumors alone. They concluded that vaccine virus’s function as a catalyst for tumor production. —Science, December 15, 1961.

16) Some of the new smallpox vaccine doses will be created with animal substrate. Because the vaccine will incorporate vaccinia, the cowpox virus, many wonder about possible mad-cow contamination. Fifty-five million doses of the new vaccine will be created using a cell line dating back to 1966 and cultured from the lung tissues of an aborted human fetus. —WorldNetDaily, December 4,2001.

17) The new smallpox vaccine will be genetically engineered. Many scientists believe that genetically engineered vaccines may be responsible for the global epidemic of autoimmune disease and neurological dysfunction. —American College of Rheumatology, annual meeting. Nov. 8-l2~ 1998.

Merck’s genetically engineered hepatitis B vaccine, Recombivax HB, is a classic example. According to Dr. Bonnie Dunbar of Baylor College of Medicine, many thousands of reported adverse reactions to the hepatitis B vaccine include: chronic fatigue, neurological disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and M5.like disease. —Testimony of Dr. Dunbar to Texas Dept. of Health, March 12, 1999. Over 15,000 French citizens sued the French government to stop mandatory hep B injections for school children because of resulting autoimmune diseases. —Science, July 31, 1998. Dr. John Classen has published voluminous data showing that the hepatitis B and other vaccines are closely linked to the development of insulin dependent diabetes. —Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice, October 22, 1997.

18) The British vaccine manufacturer Medeva has a horrendous record of contamination and blunders. In 2000, the FDA found that Medeva was making vaccines in conditions of filth, resulting in contaminated products. Medeva had been illegally using bovine medium to culture its polio vaccines, then lied about

it. Medeva also used the blood of a Creutzfeldt-Jakob victim (mad cow) to manufacture 83,000 doses of polio vaccine used for (against?) Irish children. Nevertheless, the FDA allowed the USA to accept. Medeva’s flu vaccine (Fluvirin) for the year 2000. —London Observer series: October 20-26, 2000

19) In 2001, the British socialized health care system was reported to be in a state of collapse, with many hospitals and labs operating in abysmal filth. Five thousand people die each year from infections contracted in British hospitals, 10,000 become deathly ill from such infections Sterilization procedures are barely adequate and said to be risking the spread of mad cow disease. Government ministers are reportedly trying to gush up the scandal. —www.itn.co.uk/ Jan 06, 2001; The Sunday Times of London, November 12,2001.

20) The U.S. government apparently intends to conduct NO double blind studies on the safety and efficacy of the new smallpox vaccine. It has ordered 286 million doses, one for every man, woman and child in America at a cost of $428 million. At least half of this vaccine will be delivered by Acambis PLC of great Britain.

Compiled by Amy Worthington

Distributed by the St Clair County Militia




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#2 14 years ago

Well, I'm sure the rest of the American poplation will remember that if some lunatic terrorist gets hold of some canisters with small pox.....:uhm:




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#3 14 years ago

Meh, can't vaccinate everything anyway... you imagine what would happen if we had no contact with disease of any kind, then suddenly a mutant or new virus started spreading?




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#4 14 years ago

Sadly, that's wht's happening on many hospitals.... But that is enother discussion.




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#5 14 years ago

I'm just saying... people running to their GP for the tiniest problems... it's like making your immune system into a couch potato, so to speak. As for the topic, I think there are tiny dangers inherent in most vaccinations... they do, afterall, give you the virus; in theory, if you're weak enough, you can catch it. You either take your chances and hope you don't come down with a full-strength version of the virus, or you risk an encounter with a tiny, pathetic, wimp of a version. Guess it depends how one defines 'risk'.




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#6 14 years ago

Thats a lot of reasons ahaha good thing I have not taken it, but still a lot of people over react to small stuff to much.




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#7 14 years ago

Hey Raven, aren't you VonMeyer?




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#8 14 years ago

I would take the chance with the vaccination. Better then being in danger if Dread's idea happens.




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#9 14 years ago

I don't know about terrorists doing it, now that governments everywhere are expecting them to do something like that. If September 11th showed us anything, it's that they seem to be trying their hardest to think up new and original ways of killing people. I wonder how sick exactly you need to be to work on these things?

This all sounds like case of media hype to me. There's always been a chance you could catch any vaccine. But if the media catches wind of it, gives it a headline like 'all people vaccinated for small pox die', suddenly, the vaccination is incredibly dangerous. The slightest hint of danger, and it's all bad. And yet people continue to eat in McDonalds... and drive their cars! You've got more chance of dying in a car crash than you do dying because of a small pox vaccination, I think...




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#10 14 years ago

ive never had a shot of anything, never will. im always healthy.