02 April 2012


The graph shows the rise in autism in USA from 1996 to 2007.
The chances are that your child may not suffer any of the disease for which multiple pricks (now painless injections for affluent society babies) are given but may die of road accidents, drowning; assaults by psychopaths etc as there are no vaccines for these later causes.
Let’s analyze one by one;
1: BCG (In the past and present its role is doubtful hence routine use for all babies is not required).

2: POLIO: (DECLEARDRED DISEASE FREE IN INDIA) so why vaccinates and invite autism?

3: Whooping cough (A rarity now) should not be given routinely?

4: HEPATITIS –B (high risk, meaning there by if the child is going to be gay, will need Blood transfusion, mother has positive report etc,with screening of blood for blood donors, I do not think its necessary in all new born,( leave to parents highlighting the possibility of diabetes, Rheumatoid arthritis, Asthma & demyelization.)

5: Tetanus: Only in sports person/workers/pregnant ladies/undergoing surgery after they grow up to be 15 years old.

6: Diphtheria (Incidence is low hence routine use is of doubtful value+ we have treatment for this disease)

7: Hepatitis A (every one is drinking mineral water so no point in vaccinating every one) it’s not a lethal disese, self limiting.

8: Rubella or German measles (only in pregnancy, developed countries)

9: Inflenza (so many strains vaccine for which one?)

10: common sense vaccination by parents.
The problem is woman are getting exhausted with one delivery hence they do not want to take a chance and go on vaccinating their children till they become immunocompromised. The side effects are many, autoimmune diseases are on the rise due to? Mass vaccination programme. Let’s use common sense medicine and see the result. Western people supply free medicines to us(developing countries) for their own children safety nothing else.Like ICC being a puppet in the hands of BCCI so also WHO in MS hands, for that reason the global vaccination programme is such a big business. Reflecting on the growing public concern about the World Health Organization’s linkages with the corporate world, Tom Fawthrop wonders whether world health policy is in danger of falling into the clutches of the unelected gnomes of Davos. It was symbolic of the crisis facing the United Nations' World Health Organization that billionaire Bill Gates, the Chairman of Microsoft, was the special guest speaker addressing last year's World Health Assembly (WHA) of WHO member states. This followed from Gates' previous address at the 2005 edition of the WHA. Commenting on the then unprecedented invitation extended to Gates to deliver a keynote speech at the WHA, the People's Health Movement (PHM) viewed it as 'part of an alarming trend of various UN organizations, including WHO, kowtowing to global multinational corporations under the guise of the "Global Compact" and so-called "Public-Private Partnerships"'. 'It is time to either declare Micro soft a WHO member country, or stop the shameful promotion of global corporations at important UN meetings,' said a PHM spokesperson. While Gates was ostensibly invited to the 2011 WHA in his capacity as co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, activist groups say that the line dividing his philanthropy from his links to pharmaceutical interests and his company's business strategy is very thin. The origins of this public-private sector partnership process can be traced to WHO's chronic funding problems.

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