This is what the skeptics have been saying for YEARS. Vaccines aren’t worth squat until the child’s immune system is mature enough to process them, one at a time.
But in every other respect, you can trust american medicine to do the right thing. Except for circumcision, obstetrical abuse, bottle feeding, psych drugging and wherever else profit conflicts with science.
A PhD immunologist and vaccine proponent recently admitted during a conference that babies are only given shots up to age one in order to ‘train the parents’ to get their children into the medical system and that the vaccines are completely worthless.
The immunologist, who declined to be identified after she made the comments, responded to a question about the rationale of giving infants vaccines in the first year of their life when they have no positive effect.
Q. So the science seems fairly clear that for the first year of life, probably, that the immunization is not stimulating the kind of response we expect it to stimulate.
Q. So what’s the rationale for continuing to do that if it’s not doing what it’s supposed to be [doing]?
A. The vaccines are given at pediatric wellness visits, and the idea is that you are training the parent to bring their child in at all the pediatric wellness visits, and that it’s only the year visit that actually is truly important. But that for most parents you are not going to get them to bring their kid in if they don’t come in at two months, four months, and six months. And so it’s actually more of a training thing.
It’s interesting, I was on the phone with [?] county public health last week, with one of their vaccine nurses. She was like, ‘Oh, you’re talking about vaccines? Make sure you tell them they have to do that year shot because the first three [the 2, 4 and 6 month shots] don’t work.’ I was like, ‘Yeah, I know.’ [laughter].
The notion that babies are being injected with vaccines for the first year of their life simply in order to brainwash parents into feeding their children into the medical system is an extremely disturbing premise. ….