- Jan 24, 2015
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- Alta California, federalist.
Sorry, you miss the point. Children below a certain age should not be vaccinated yet with current technology.That link or quote makes and proves both my points:
1. the vaccinated have nothing at all to fear and yet seem to be in a state of paranoia since receiving the jab
[you then tried to make it about children]which I warned you was a slippery slope
2. that by holding up the vaccine the agencies responsible either put childrens lives on the line or outright caused their deaths
and as a door prize:
3. that you are now trying to say nothing at all while pretending there is some kind of hidden merit here/there
This is what we are trying to avoid:
From September through November of 1918, the death rate from the Spanish flu skyrocketed. In the United States alone, 195,000 Americans died from the Spanish flu in just the month of October. And unlike a normal seasonal flu, which mostly claims victims among the very young and very old, the second wave of the Spanish flu exhibited what’s called a “W curve”—high numbers of deaths among the young and old, but also a huge spike in the middle composed of otherwise healthy 25- to 35-year-olds in the prime of their life.
“That really freaked out the medical establishment, that there was this atypical spike in the middle of the W,” says Harris.