Vaccine-mania: the herd culling


A major Worldwide push is on for childhood vaccines, booster shots, and re-vaccinations. Like the mumps unleashed in the NHL or the Angelina Joile chicken pox scare a few months ago, the current measles pandemic is traced to the iconic Disneyland and has the media running wild with Vaccine-mania.

With guests from everywhere and all walks of life, it seems that Disneyland would be an ideal place to leak a contagion. Curiously, the local measles scare here in Toronto, Canada is not being traced to Disneyland vacationers, but none the less has parents rolling up their kids sleeves.

Disneyland measles

The shot is the pandemic?

A highly shared Facebook note by an angry mother from Markham, Ontario, blasts the so-called ‘anti-vaxxers’ for the fact that she was exposed to an individual infected with measles at her doctor’s office. She is now doing a 21-day quarantine with her infant and blaming people who chose not to vaccinate. Although media reports clearly state that the individual infected with the measles had gotten the MMR vaccine and still caught the measles. There is a major leap from logic when you begin to believe that just because you’ve received a vaccine that you are immune.

Vaccine research shows there is no 100% immunity from any illness.

Another local case of a measles infected individual showing up at the Toronto west-end YMCA daycare, lead to Toronto Public Health setting up an emergency vaccination clinic. Reportedly 75 parents and children were vaccinated at the YMCA on Monday, even though they don’t know if they contracted measles, the report even says 10-25% of kids will get some fever from the vaccine. Since when do they hold emergency vaccine clinics to vaccinate people they believe might have already contracted the disease?

To add to the mania Toronto City Council unanimously approved a motion for a public health report on monitoring to ensure children in day nurseries are adequately immunized. This New World Order of life-time tracking who’s been shot and who has not will only increase the divide in society. Already one daycare in Ottawa has stepped out of the box and said they will only be open for children who have not been vaccinated, a “vaccine-free environment” .

March of Dimes promotional photo Elvis Presley receives polio vaccination in 1956

March of Dimes promotional photo Elvis Presley receives polio vaccination in 1956

Have you heard of herd-immunity?

As a vaccinated individual you are considered part of ‘the herd’ or those that carry the desease voluntarily. On the other side are the ‘anti-vaxxers’ an evil sounding double-X name for people who are skeptical about getting shot. Of course basic mathematics would mean if vaccines actually made one immune then it shouldn’t matter if anyone else doesn’t have the injection.

For anyone who suffers a ‘rare’ side-effect from a vaccine they can’t take action against the manufacturers, as vaccine-makers are granted immunity from any legal repercussions, but because of the seriousness of the side effects the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, has set up two programs compensation for vaccine injures.

The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program has paid out $2.8 billion to people found to be injured by certain vaccines given routinely to children and adults, such as seasonal flu vaccine, measles, mumps, rubella or polio since 1989.

The Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program provides compensation to individuals for serious physical injuries or deaths from pandemic, epidemic, or security countermeasures, such as the 2009 pandemic H1N1 influenza vaccine (swine flu vaccine), Tamiflu, Relenza or Peramivir, identified in declarations issued by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Anti-Vaxxers, any Americans not getting vaccinated are potentially missing out on the $2.8 billion market of vaccine injury compensation, source: National Vaccine Injury Compensation (VICP)

According to the CDC’s info on the measles MMR vaccine:

What are the known side effects of MMR vaccine?

Mild problems include fever (about 1 person out of 6), mild
rash (about 1 person out of 20), and swelling of the glands in the cheeks or neck (rare). Moderate problems include seizure caused by fever (about 1 out of 3,000 doses), and temporary low platelet count, which rarely can cause a bleeding disorder (about 1 out of 30,000 doses). Severe problems are rare. Severe allergic reaction happens less than 1 time per 1,000,000 vaccine doses.

Understanding MMR vaccine safety (

Vaccines work!

The social Darwinists have a an excellent evolutionary tool on their hands with vaccinations, they work in terms of survival of the fittest if you can survive the vaccine then you’ll probably be able to survive the disease.



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