The Great Measles Scare
It’s absolutely insane to me how many people are deathly afraid of measles. Especially considering that the majority of the time it comes and goes with absolutely no serious side effects.
Vaccine manufactures (CDC, WHO) and vaccine pushers (Wikipedia, WEBMD, Facebook etc.) will lead you to believe that most of their vaccines are around 90% effective with a single dose.
Two doses of MMR vaccine are about 97% effective at preventing measles; one dose is about 93% effective. - CDC: Measles Vaccination
They claim that it is important that EVERYONE be vaccinated in order to achieve herd immunity, which is absolute nonsense if their vaccines were anywhere near as effective as they claim.
Why must everyone be vaccinated if they really were 93%+ effective? Wouldn’t this mean that if you were vaccinated and in a public place where nobody else was vaccinated you’d only have a 3-7% chance of catching the measles?
They claim it’s true and everyone must be vaccinated in order to protect the infants and the weak or immuno-compromised from this disease.
Measles vaccination rates need to be at 93% to 95% to keep herd immunity. Otherwise, very young infants or other vulnerable people can be exposed to the virus. - NPR: Your Measles Questions Answered
These people are geniuses, they market their products to everyone who is just trying to protect the little babies and the weak people.
They make it seem like your a hero if you get the measles vaccine.
Doctors convince parents that they need to get their kids injected with 2 different doses of the MMR vaccine, usually between 12 and 15 months and another one between 4 and 6 years.
It’s particularly important to pay attention to the language that they use themselves. They state that vaccines aren’t even really effective before 1 year of age yet they still give multiple vaccines before 1 year, which really doesn’t make sense to any logical person.
MMR vaccine is given later than some other childhood vaccines because antibodies transferred from the mother to the baby can provide some protection from disease and make the MMR vaccine less effective until about 1 year of age.
I know they only specify by saying that the MMR vaccine isn’t effective but logically speaking, wouldn’t this be true for ALL vaccines?
Not only do they convince most parents to do this, they also convince lawmakers, daycares and public schools that this must be the law because they don’t want everyone getting a disease that practically everyone used to get.
All because they claim it is necessary that everyone be vaccinated in order to achieve herd immunity.
But the real truth here is that the measles isn’t even that dangerous, and getting the vaccine is actually causing MORE people to get the measles. Let me explain.
Evidence That Proves Herd Immunity From Vaccines Is Bullshit
In 1984, the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMRW) of the CDC reported a late 1983 early 1984 Illinois high school/junior high measles outbreak. The total student population was around 400, and ALL of them (100%) had complied with Illinois State Law requiring the complete MMR schedule. (1)
So everyone was completely vaccinated and there was still a big enough outbreak that the CDC had to report on it.
In 1987, Pub Med Central reported another public school measles outbreak among a 98% MMR vaccinated population. This happened in another high school, this one in Massachusetts early in 1984. Another population with over 90% vaccinated again. (2)
Another huge outbreak among a population that was 98% effective. It has been stated that rates only need to be 93-95% to achieve herd immunity, obviously this is not the case.
University of Helsinki Department of Public Health reported an “explosive outbreak” of measles in a rural community during 1989. Most of the infected had been vaccinated with the MMR vaccine. Those vaccinated who became infected anyway also managed to spread the measles to their siblings. So much for herd protection. (4)
Then a little more recently another huge outbreak happens and finally someone from the WHO actually decided to comment on it.
The WHO (World Health Organization) reported an outbreak of measles with thousands of EU citizens of all ages throughout 2010. Most of them occurred in France
Here’s what Copenhagen WHO official Rebecca Martin said…
“There’s been a buildup of children who have not been immunized over the years. It’s almost like a threshold. When you have enough people who have not been immunized (sic), then outbreaks can occur.” (5)
But it seems to me that even with a vaccination rate of LITERALLY 100%, these outbreaks are still occurring, so what gives?
I think the goal here has absolutely nothing to do with preventing disease and especially not disease in children, because with all of this coronavirus nonsense a few doctors have spoken up about the strange “phenomenon” of children rarely being affected.
And you know how kids are constantly bringing germs (read: sickness) home from daycare or school? Well, as frustrating as it can be, it might actually be protecting our little ones in the face of this outbreak.
“Children’s immune systems are used to being assaulted constantly, so it’s to their benefit to coordinate and regulate their response. At the end of the day, if [their immune systems] freaked out about every single virus every time, they would be in the ICU. Instead, kids are really good at making good, fast immune responses." - Dr. Buddy Creech
So we must let our bodies do what they are great at doing on their own. Exposing them to viruses naturally, so the body can produce its own antibodies that protect us for life.
Don’t believe what they claim about so called herd immunity, because it’s all just a false marketing gimmick.