A Jan. 25 newspaper article reporting 26 nonfatal measles cases in Washington measured 37 percent more column inches than two pieces below, combined — one covering a fatal shooting In Washington, the second a Portland lawyer firing at another lawyer’s office. Which is more dangerous, Americans wielding weapons or scientific knowledge that vaccines increase chronic illnesses long-term by 77 percent?
Turns out the answer would have to be the guns and state of mind (plus physiology) of people using them, or vaccines themselves, since 108 kids have died from MMR vaccinations since 2005 according to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) maintained by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Compare that to no child dying from measles since 2005 (Vaxopedia, vaccine-friendly website). In all, 108 deaths from the latest MMR vaccines, Pro-Quad or whatever, is way more dangerous than measles itself.
Whoops. Someone forgot the mortality factor!
Not to mention vaccination increasing long-term allergies 222 percent and pneumonia 433 percent in this scientific study including Oregon kids 6-12 years old (Mawson et al., 2016), while small amounts of Vitamin C in half-century old experiments eliminated pneumonia completely as an unintended "side benefit." Additionally, medication use for allergies skyrocketed 1,567 percent with vaccinated kids; antibiotics 100 percent.
Fully vaccinating kids produced 191 percent more eczema (atopic dermatitis), and 170 percent greater otitis media. Finally, vaccinated children developed 370 percent more life-affecting autism spectrum disorders and ADHD, pretty serious. Also, learning disorders were up 375 percent and neurodevelopmental disorders rose 239 percent with vaccination. Why isn’t this study all over the media?
Chris C. Foulke
Corvallis (Feb. 3)