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The theory behind vaccination is this:
You inject a dead (weakened), or genetically engineered virus into the bloodstream,
which does not give rise to the actual disease, but tricks the immune system
into thinking you do have the disease, which causes it to form antibodies
against that virus. Next time the real virus gets into the body, the immune
system is ready to destroy the unsuspecting virus.
Vaccinations are credited with the reduction and even elimination of a number
of diseases including Whooping Cough, Diphtheria, Tetanus, Polio, Measles,
Mumps, Rubella, Hepatitis B, Smallpox, Meningitis and Influenza.
But, like many things which seem too good to be true, there is mounting
evidence to suggest that perhaps it is.
If a person develops a positive antibody response following vaccination, then
that vaccination episode is believed to have been successful, and that person
is believed to be immune to the disease. However, this does not necessarily
follow, as a person can still succumb to a disease even with an optimal
antibody count, and a person can be unaffected by a disease with a complete
absence of a particular antibody. Louis Pasteur said “the presence in the
body of a pathogenic agent is not necessarily synonymous with infectious
**Here are some important facts to
consider regarding Smallpox vaccination**
1. For each million people vaccinated with the smallpox vaccine, as many as
250 could die, according to the American Medical Association. Multiply 250
times 285 (millions of Americans) and The possible deaths from universal
smallpox vaccination could equal ,250.
— Journal of the American Medical Association, June 9, 1999, Vol.281, No. 22,
2. George W. Bush has said of smalipox vaccination: “One of my concerns if we
were to have universal vaccination, some might lose their life.”
—The Times (in London), November 09, 2001
3. If the entire nation were to receive a smallpox vaccine, several thousand
people would likely develop encephalitis, an inflammation of the brain.
—Washington Post, Dec. 26, 2001
4. The chief of the infectious disease department at Thomas Jefferson
University in Philadelphia, said that doctors have no idea what the smallpox
vaccine might do to people at the extremes of life--less than 2 and older
than 65. He said that an even greater concern would be its effect on people
with weakened immune systems from HIV infection, chemotherapy or transplants.
—Washington Post, Dec. 26, 2001
5 .The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that vaccination must not be forced on
persons whose physical condition would make such vaccination “cruel and
inhuman.” In other words, the state has no right to command that an
individual sacrifice his life in the name of public health.
—Jacobsen V. Massachusettes, 197 U.S. 11(1905).
6. By the 1920s, several British medical researchers documented that smallpox
was not only more common among the VACCiNATED, but that the DEATH RATE from
smallpox was actually higher among those who had been vaccinated. This
indicates that the vaccine was ineffective and predisposed vaccinated persons
to more lethal disease.
—Vaccination— Australia. 1993. pp. 205-220.
7. Getting a vaccination does not guarantee immunity.
—CDC, January 28. 1994.
8. By 1987, scientific evidence indicated that the World Health
Organization’s 13-year global smallpox vaccination campaign may have awakened
dormant HIV infection in many vaccinees.
—Times (in London) May 11, 1987.
9. Some of the new smallpox vaccine doses will be created with animal
substrate. Because the vaccine will incorporate vaccinia, the cowpox virus,
many wonder about possible mad-cow contamination. Fifty-five million doses of
the new vaccine will be created using a cell line dating back to 1966 and
cultured from the lung tissues of an aborted human fetus.
—World Net Daily, December 4, 2001.
10. The British vaccine manufacturer Medeva has a horrendous record of contamination
and blunders. in 2000, the FDA found that Medeva was making vaccines in
conditions of filth, resulting in contaminated products. Medeva had been
illegally using bovine medium to culture its polio vaccines, then lied about
it. Medeva also used the blood of a Creutzteldt-Jakob (mad cow) victim to
manufacture 83,000 doses of polio vaccine used for (against?) Irish children.
Nevertheless, the FDA allowed the USA to accept Medeva’s flu vaccine
(Fluvirin) for the year 2000.
—London Observer series: October 20-26, 2000
With more and more pressure on parents to
get their children vaccinated, please consider all of the options available
so you can make an informed decision.
Some states are now even making it illegal to use religious exemption
as a way to avoid getting vaccinated.
Some require a statement from your child's pediatrician before they
will allow your child into school.
Here's something every parent should do
for each of their children if they want to avoid getting them vaccinated:
It is the best way to help your child build up immunity to
Prepare a document listing every ingredient in each vaccine
and why you are against having that put into your child's body.
Ask your child's pediatrician for a written statement saying
that there are no adverse or life-threatending possibilites with each vaccine
he or she wants to administer into your child.
Have he or she write a statement declaring your reasons for
not vaccinating your child. You must
get one for each child you have and make sure your child's name is on it.
At the Israel of God, we cannot give you a written document saying that you shouldn't get your children vaccinated for legal reasons. It is up to each parent to decide whether
to do so or not. We are just giving
you some information to help in making an informed decision. Make sure to inform your child's school for each of your children of your decision not to vaccinate.