Susanne Posel ,Chief Editor Occupy Corporatism | The US Independent
April 29, 2014
Journalist Claire McCarthy wrote an op-ed piece to explain her perspective on how diseases are traveling “easily from one place to another … [because] more and more people aren’t vaccinating their children.”
McCarthy asserts that “vaccine refusal doesn’t just affect your child. It’s bad enough that your child could catch measles or polio or whooping cough or one of the other vaccine-preventable diseases (these diseases can be contagious before people realize they have them, and you can’t always control who you end up next to at the park or grocery store or doctor’s office). But if your child catches one of them, they can spread them to other people–like your friend’s newborn or the neighbor with cancer or an elderly grandparent, people who for various reasons either can’t be immunized or aren’t fully protected.”
In another article , journalist Jill Filpovic claims that “opting out of vaccines or insisting on a schedule for administering them puts others at risk (because your own child could be protected by herd immunity) is unconscionably selfish.”
Flipovic continues on about how choosing not to vaccinate is not an “issue of personal choice” because the impact is global.
This journalist insists that “the most frightening impact of vaccine denialism is the simple fact that when we are able to cross borders with ease and access information from around the globe, it’s much easier to spread both deadly diseases and bad ideas.”
Media reports claim that in 2012, there were 175 “confirmed cases of measles” which resulted in 20 hospitalizations.”
In this article, it was stated that 98% of these measles patients were allegedly unvaccinated.
In fact, two years ago the American Academy of Pediatrics (APP) released a statement in favor of Thimerosal, a mercury-based preservative that is detrimental to the health of everyone who is vaccinated.
Dr. Louis Cooper from Columbia University states that research shows that Thimerosal does cause harm to children.
In 2004, the US Institute of Medicine conducted a safety review that found no evidence was viable to state that Thimerosal is connected to the soaring incidents of autism.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) concurred with this finding in a study released in 2010.
The Coalition for Mercury-Free Drugs have provided the UN Environmental Program (UNEP) with researched evidence that outlines without dispute that Thimerosal is dangerous to the human body from exposure in vaccines and dental fillings that contain mercury-based silver amalgam.
With this research, the UNEP has a plan to phase out Thimerosal because of its attachment to neurological disorders, autism and other health disorders.
In 1997, a study which proved the link between autism and vaccines was ignored by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and suppressed by the CDC.
Laura Hewitson, Ph.D. and lead researcher, studied macaque monkeys that were given the exact same MMR vaccine as children in 1994 – 1999. The results entitled “Influence of pediatric vaccines on amydgala growth and opioid ligand binding in rhesus macaque infants: A pilot study” were published in Acta Neurobiological Experiments in 2010. This vaccine has the mercury based preservative Thimerosal.
Hewitson discovered that: “Vaccine-exposed and saline-injected control infants [monkeys] underwent MRI and PET imaging at approximately 4 and 6 months of age, representing two specific timeframes within the vaccination schedule . . . These results suggest that maturational changes in amygdala volume and the binding capacity of [11C]DPN in the amygdala was significantly altered in infant macaques receiving the vaccine schedule.”
The research paper documented that there were significant biological changes and altered behaviors that occurred in the vaccinated monkeys that were identical to children diagnosed with ASD (autism).