The UK government SANCTIONS this?

by The Fall Guy 6 Replies latest social current

  • The Fall Guy
    The Fall Guy

    Youngs kids can go behind their parents' and guardians' backs - and against their wishes - and get this vaccine!

    Aren't children so lucky nowadays to be able to dismiss their parents' authority and guidance!

    Remember the puppies in George Orwell's Animal Farm? Sheesh!

  • OrphanCrow

    Why wouldn't it be sanctioned?

    A mature minor can make their own medical decisions. Sometimes the parents' "authority" and "guidance" are skewed.

  • LoveUniHateExams

    Double standards, I think.

    Here we have 'mature minors' making their own medical decisions but if one of them runs off to Syria, then suddenly she's a poor innocent creature, a grooming victim.

  • OrphanCrow

    At the link provided in the OP:

    An oncology dietitian has pointed out significant discrepancies in a new HPV vaccine effectiveness study that claims the vaccine’s effectiveness is “high”

    There are some red flags in that article. First off, "oncology dietitian" sounds good but, the person offering their criticism (of only one study) makes up menus for cancer patients. Second red flag: the website is set up to market herbs and oils.

    Thank goodness girls (and boys) do have the right to over ride parents who base their decisions on quack website information.

    For real medical expert opinions, this website gives far better and more accurate information from several sources:

  • Giordano

    The full article is here:

    Safety issues here:

    A recent meta-review (considered the pinnacle of biomedical research) of over 100 different safety studies of the HPV vaccine, that included over 2.5 million individuals, found no increased risks of adverse events of special interest (AESI), which are events that can cause serious harm.

    In the United States, post-licensure vaccine safety monitoring and evaluation are conducted independently by federal agencies and vaccine manufacturers. From June 2006 through March 2014, approximately 67 million doses of HPV4 were distributed in the United States, and from October 2009 through March 2014, a total of 719,000 doses of HPV2 were distributed. Overall, HPV4 has accounted for approximately 99% of doses distributed since 2006. Multiple studies have provided evidence supporting HPV vaccine safety

  • days of future passed
    days of future passed

    Remember the puppies in George Orwell's Animal Farm? Sheesh!

    What about the puppies? In the story, they were taken from their mom and raised to be vicious by the pigs. Who then used them to keep the other animals in line or even kill them.

    Are you saying, that if they get vaccinations they will become vicious, turn on their parents or ??? If you ever saw what small pox did to people and how many it killed - would you be one of the one's refusing to take the vaccination? At least these children might be spared a deadly disease.

  • Giordano

    The anti-vaxxer's are reaping what they sowed. After officially eliminated in the U.S. in 2000 measles is back.

    This year there have been six confirmed measles outbreaks in ten states including New York, Texas and Washington State. Washington state is one of 17 states that allows vaccine exemptions for personal philosophical reasons and nearly one out of four kindergartners weren't vaccinated in Clark County, the epicenter of a measles out break that has prompted the governor to declare a state of emergency.

    About 90 to, 95 percent of a population needs to be vaccinated against measles in order to keep the disease from spreading.

    Vaccines create 'heard immunity'. If enough people have their shots, diseases can't spread as easily, and that protects people who can't be vaccinated themselves.....including very young babies, people with vaccine allergies, and those with compromised immune systems.

    One person can infect from 12 to 18 other people in an unvaccinated population....making it one of the most contagious diseases known to science.

    From the March 8 2019 copy of The Week magazine page 11........ The anti-vaxxer's impact.

    Also noted is that Social media has become one of the main sources of vaccine misinformation. Data for Democracy.

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