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Friday, August 28, 2009

This makes me ill...

Guardasil Reasearcher says vaccine is not what you might think.

I thought this was a bad idea from day one, was laughed at, called paranoid and a "conspiracy theorist".

I don't even want to say I told you so, but this shit is scary. What are we doing to our children?? Instead of teaching to always use a condom and using highly effective preventative screening we are injecting a "cure all" that doesn't fucking work!

My sister got the vaccine and when I told her about the severe reactions and even deaths resulting from it, her response was a shrug and, "Well, I didn't die so who cares?". Is this seriously the attitude we have about what we put in our bodies? It didn't fuck my life up so it can't be that bad...

When are we going to take a stand against the poisons they are pushing on us?

9 comments:

mandy_moo said...

yeah... I'm pretty sure you already know I agree 100% with you that that Guardasil $#@! is gross and creepy... ugh

Sarah R said...

I totally agree.

I read an interesting Dr. Sears article today about all the aluminum we inject into babies. Crazy, insane high amounts. Andrew hasn't had anything since his 2 month checkup (when he had his reaction) but I am so fucking pissed that I didn't know all that I know now, then! URGH..........

Queen Bee said...

shaking my head in disgust

on of my LLL friends was talking about a recent article about the CDC possibily reccommending universal circumcision. hello- cutting your son's penis is not going to prevent him from spreading disease! what's so wrong with teaching proper sex education and protection??

it frightens me.

Cate said...

I work in a clinic and have to give the gardasil everyday. It kinda creeps me out that rather than teach our kids to wrap it up we'll give them a vaccine that doesn't necessarily protect them from the strain of hpv they could get. Normally I'm very pro vaccines but I was offered this one after Lex's birth and I shot it down. I've seen girls come in with huge lumps in their arms where they get it, bigger than what we would consider a "normal" reaction to a vaccine, it's just not cool.

jenn said...

I already knew I didn't want Caiden to get this, this just reaffirms it. I hate the fact that the medical 'community' has a huge pressure campaign to make you terrified to not give your child something that you never had the option to get. We already give more vaccines than I ever got, I really don't think the 'optional' ones should be pushed onto unknowledgeable parents. Of course- knowledge is power & parents/patients should ~always~ make themselves as educated as they can be- to say no when they feel they should.

Kickin' Kari said...

it really is terrible. Disgusting really...
Its really more important to educate our children.

Colleen said...

This will turn out to be a hard decision for me when my daughter reaches that age. I have HPV; the kind that causes cervical cancer. I have only had one bad pap. The doc had to freeze my cervix and do a biospy and thankfully nothing came of it. But who's to say that I will continue to be so lucky.

Although I do vaccinate my children I am scared of this one. I hope that by the time she reaches that age it will have been tested more, because honestly I don't think it's a good shot to get but then how could I not have her get it especially since one day I may develop cervical cancer?

We can teach our children all about condoms and abstaining, but one day they do get married and may want to have sex with their partners without condoms, what then? That's something for me to think about when my daughter reaches that age.

Beautiful Mess said...

HOLY SHIT! The first time I heard about this, I was skeptical. Then I thought, "well we were all skeptical about the Polio vaccine, too." So I talked to my daughter's doctor about it. I got NONE of those things that are in the article told to me. Thankfully I went with my gut reaction and that prescription for the vaccine is still in my purse. Nae will NOT be receiving that vaccine! And I'm going to send that article to everyone I know! Thank you so much for posting this. You could have very well just saved my daughter's life. Thank you.
*HUGS*

Geoduck said...

kind of like how the CDC would rather start requiring routine infant circumcision to prevent AIDS, than give out condoms.