Vaccinations : The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

1490 Words Nov 3rd, 2015 6 Pages
Vaccinations are said to be the best thing since sliced bread. They are credited with eliminating childhood diseases and protecting us from possible pandemics. So what could possibly be the problem with vaccinations? Vaccinations contain ingredients used by funeral directors to preserve dead bodies (Scheibner p. 255). That, plus the fact that children in the United States receive more vaccines and antibiotics than any other children in our history and our children are sicker than ever (O’Shea p. 54). Finally, vaccinations are a multibillion dollar a year business, making 33.8 billion in 2012 alone (“Vaccines Market will Reach 33.8 Billion dollars in 2012” Visiongain Report Predict.”). Anything involving that much money makes me skeptical. Government mandates threaten to block admission to schools if vaccinations are not complete. Pediatricians refuse to see children not fully vaccinated because of vaccination tracking. Parents are responsible for guiding and protecting their children to adulthood and parents should have the right to choose what vaccinations their children should get or if they should get any.
Vaccines have ingredients that are used to create and preserve them that are harmful to the human body. Many of the ingredients are neurotoxins, injected directly into children and adults alike. A neurotoxin is just that, toxic to brain tissue. My belief is that it is much more damaging to a developing brain than an adult brain, but neurotoxins kill all brain…
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