Vaccination is an invasive medical procedure using a potent class of drugs which carries a risk of injury and death. The public is becoming increasingly aware of the potential for vaccination to cause reactions that range from swelling and pain at the injection site to life threatening anaphylactic shock, to brain and immune system injuries resulting in lifelong disabilities. Vaccine product monographs list known adverse events in every category of body systems. Medical authorities are unable to predict which child is at risk of serious injuries, or which child may have to sacrifice his/her health or life for an assumed “benefit” to society.
Knowledge of the complexities of the human immune system and its multiple interactions with the range of chemical and biological components in vaccines is incomplete. The impact of vaccines on both the immune and neurological systems and long range effects on human health are poorly understood. Compounding this is the fact that young babies are now injected with up to 8 or 9 vaccines at one time during early maturation phases of the immune system – an insult which can prevent its normal maturation. Neurosurgeon Russell Blaylock MD points out that a number of studies in the neuroscience literature “indicated that excessive and especially repeated immune stimulation could result in severe disruption of brain development and even neurodegeneration.” (1)
Mass vaccination uses a “one size fits all” schedule which holds little regard for an individual’s state of health, health history or genetic background prior to the administration of vaccines. This policy permits the same quantity of vaccines to be injected into a premature baby as that given to an older child with much greater body weight.
The huge gaps in research and knowledge proving vaccine safety have become a contraindication to vaccination for many people. While health officials fervently urge that all children be injected with the full range of recommended vaccines, many parents are no longer willing to unquestioningly submit their children to this dogmatic agenda.
The criteria for medically accepted contraindications to vaccination has been systematically narrowed over the years to the exclusion of most reactions except anaphylactic shock. However, parents whose children have suffered precipitous health decline, including brain and immune system injuries following vaccination and revaccination offer a different perspective.
Reasons to not vaccinate
If your child has exhibited any of the following adverse reactions or conditions, it would be reasonable to delay or discontinue vaccinations. Listen to your own gut feelings:
- Is ill or running a fever.
- Adverse reaction(s) to previous vaccination.
- Has collapsed or gone into a shock-like state following vaccination.
- Has screamed in a high pitched tone for several hours and could not be comforted following vaccination.
- Has had a temperature of 38°C or higher after vaccination.
- Has developed pain, redness, swelling, and/or a lump at a vaccination site.
- Has had, following vaccination, or has, at present, severe diarrhea and/or vomiting.
- Has had one or more convulsions or has a family history of convulsive disorders (eg. epilepsy); has an evolving neurological condition.
- There is a family history of severe allergies and/or history of vaccine reactions.
- Has, or has had following vaccination, signs of brain injury such as a bulge in the soft spots of the head or has had a severe change of consciousness following vaccination.
- Immune deficiency or taking immune-suppressing drugs.
- Has, or has had following vaccination, a widespread allergic reaction, rashes, hives, wheezing, and/or trouble breathing.
- Has developed swollen joints/arthritis-like symptoms following vaccination.
- Has an irregular heartbeat within several hours after vaccination.
- Has been excessively sleepy following vaccination.
- Has had an episode of sleep apnoea (stops breathing during sleep).
- Difficult birth, premature/low birth weight.