People have their pros and cons about vaccines, we all know this. It’s been one of the most heated discussions between parents in at least the last 10 years. Most people do their chosen amount of research, state their case, and never budge from that point. This can be a dilemma, no matter which side you are looking at it from. But what if we were to approach it from a different angle, one that most anti-vaxxers can relate with but pro-vaxxers can still agree to(hopefully)?
I want to bring up a very important portion of the vaccination debate; ingredients. Within the last few years, the CDC has gone through great lengths to change the name of the toxic ingredients which are added to vaccines. The most common toxin that you will hear about; mercury, has been changed to Thimerosal. Once listed “aborted fetal cells“, we now see “WI-38 human diploid lung fibroblasts“, human embryonic fluid is now listed as “Human Albumin“, and of course formaldehyde is still listed formaldehyde and as you can see here it’s still as dangerous as it ever was.
Now, doesn’t this sound just like a scene from the future in some weird sci-fi movie you watched back in the 70’s or 80’s? Well that future has arrived if you haven’t discovered it yet.
On top of that, vaccines also contain GMOs, hormones from infected cows, pigs, chickens and monkeys, untested virus combinations (like H1N1), aluminum, emulsifiers, and crossbred bacteria from animals, mosquitoes, and diseased humans. Is that something you want to inject into your child or yourself? I would like to think your answer is no at this point.
With all of that being said, we could probably sit at a table and discuss this for hours, something in which I have done many times, but instead let’s try come to an agreement. Instead of debating whether or not injecting live viruses into a human body is actually preventing a virus or disease, let’s put our focus on the other toxic ingredients. I urge you to use the links provided throughout this article and start researching all the ingredients which are added to vaccines.
Just remember, if everyone can work their way away from the confirmation bias angle, there’s likely a way to come to some sort of common ground on this subject. I’m going to leave this as an open article, but feel free to share what’s on your mind in the comments below.