Vaccinations: Whose Science?

Sunday, February 15, 2015
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This is one very sane and reasoned article from Dr. Donald Miller, a retired cardiac surgeon and professor of surgery on the Left Coast. Don is also a successful writer and public speaker who spent the latter part of his career battling the medicalocracy and it’s politicized junk science. He is a scientist as well as a long-time champion of truth and personal liberty.

This article is a refreshing change from the emotional ranting, screeching, hatred, and relentless vomit attacks being spewed from the Vaccination Nation crusaders who have pegged anyone who dares to think or act outside the collective box as the “anti-vaxxers.” Maybe those of us who question the vaccination question are just anti-groupthink, anti-stupidity, and pro-thinking for ourselves.

Embracing logic and critical thinking while assessing and analyzing facts that may lead us down a road not blessed by the popular thought-of-the-day has become a crime in our modern, collectivist, in-the-box society. Folks have no pangs of conscience whatsoever as regards the use of coercion to force their beliefs, their ideals, and their garbage-bag extrapolation of facts unto others. They gather in packs of like-mindedness and barrage the mainstream media and social media with their malice for anyone who dares to defy the prevailing winds of wisdom that demand we all play our part and assume a position couched in frenzied hysteria. Here are a few headlines culled from the mainstream and alternative media.

Anti-vaxxer campaign: one foolish, dangerous trend.”

How to Deal With Anti-Vaxxers. Try to persuade them. And if that fails, give them no choice.”

4 Disease making a Comeback Thanks to Anti-Vaxxers.” (Reveals the incredible “scientific logic” of Time magazine)

Anti-Vaxxers ruined Disneyland: Why this public health nightmare needs to be stopped. (This Salon writer reveals her excessive and emotive support for coercion by saying that ruining Disneyland should be “the final straw” [ for allowing folks to reject vaccinations ] )

And don’t forget Herr Obama’s brilliant pronouncement: “the science is, you know, pretty indisputable.”

Democracy is indeed a process of two wolves and a sheep voting on what to have for dinner. And the wolves are out in force, striking at a rapid cadence, with their heads buried up their collective buns. Yet I don’t see any screeching, hate-driven headlines or statements from “anti-vaxxers” claiming that people should not be allowed to choose to be vaccinated.


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7 Responses to Vaccinations: Whose Science?

  1. Allison says:

    February 15th, 2015 at 12:11 pm

    Is there a link to the article?

  2. R. Saunders says:

    February 15th, 2015 at 3:15 pm

    I think this is the article you referred to. I did not see a link to it in your article:

    A User-Friendly Vaccination Schedule

    A User-Friendly Vaccination Schedule

    The link is: (If the html didn’t work).

  3. Chris Gabel says:

    February 15th, 2015 at 10:14 pm

    Karen – I would love to ready the article you are referencing, but you do not provide a link. Please do so and I will read it.

    Chris Gabel

  4. David says:

    February 16th, 2015 at 4:30 am

    I can’t locate the link to the Dr. Miller article mentioned…

  5. Karen De Coster says:

    February 17th, 2015 at 6:53 am

    Sorry – I did!

  6. McSack says:

    February 18th, 2015 at 1:24 pm

    Hi Karen,

    It’s great to see a lot more activity on the blog lately.  I just wanted to post this:

    A lot of people have trouble separating out the individual choice component from the efficiacy of vaccines, and probably to a great extent because of the media blasting them with shame and fear stories.  But this article caught my eye because I think it highlights a flaw in the general arguments about theories such as “herd immunity”.  If 60% of the infections were adults who may or may not been previously vaccinated, is the reality that we don’t have such a thing?  Without discussing how much “herd immunity” we actually have, how can they assume that such a thing really exists?

  7. David says:

    February 20th, 2015 at 6:54 pm

    This orchestrated campaign for coercive vaccination (from people who claim, “Keep the government’s hands off my body!” when it comes to abortion or cocaine) would be a source of snickering contempt from me not long ago. But now I am recently a father, and this campaign is chilling to the core.

    1. It’s establishing the precedent that parents do not control their childrens’ health. (Government education and the Food Pyramid are current great examples of government-directed health mandates.)
    2. It is premised on scientific claims even flimsier and disputed than global warming, continuing the Western trend of science not as a procedure of experiments, but as a sort of leftist political identity.
    3. The actual experiments and legitimate studies I have seen of the side effects of vaccines are horrifying. Here is a link to 86 study abstracts. To any parents, don’t read this at night, because you won’t get a wink of sleep:
    4. The logical contradictions within the coercive vaccination campaign are so overt that it’s really like an Orwellian, “Say 2+2=5!” movement to break people’s logical processes. For instance, the terror about measles – which is a benign “disease” in all developed nations which confers lifetime immunity after being contracted – is entirely fake emotion. Then, the idea that vaccinated children are at risk should, logically, prove they’re ineffective and yet people repeat this as an argument FOR vaccines. Their arguments are so backwards it’s like you’re arguing with a bot.


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