Many people believe that children who are not vaccinated create some sort of special risk to the general public at large, but the reality is that’s just a myth perpetuated by an entrenched medical/government monopoly, as well as an echo-chamber media. These children are routinely blamed for causing outbreaks of rare diseases like pertussis (whooping cough), measles, and shingles.
However, scientific literature suggests otherwise, and shows that, in many cases, vaccinated children are actually the ones responsible for triggering – and then spreading – such diseases.
A recent study (circa 2013) that was published is the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences noted that despite more than a half-century of population-wide vaccination, cases of whooping cough are nevertheless on the rise. Why is this happening.
As reported by NaturalNews:
Antigens of Bordetella pertussis that not only are completely ineffective at preventing infection with Bordetella parapertussis, a whooping cough bacterium similar to B. pertussis, but actually promote it by interfering with the body’s natural infection clearance protocols.
“[W]e show that aP [whooping cough] vaccination impedes host immunity against B. parapertussis-measured as reduced lung inflammatory and neutrophil responses,” wrote the authors of the study. “[W]e conclude that aP vaccination interferes with the optimal clearance of B. parapertussis and enhances the performance of this pathogen. Our data raise the possibility that widespread aP vaccination can create hosts more susceptible to B. parapertussis infection.”
In other worse, kids who have been vaccinated for whooping cough actually have decreased immunity and can be more susceptible to B. parapertussis infection than their unvaccinated peers. So in essence, vaccinated children become carriers of the disease and cause new outbreaks of whooping cough, infecting other mostly-vaccinated kids and straining local healthcare resources.
Even more recently a study funded by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) confirmed that the whooping cough vaccine, which is also contained in the combination DTaP shot, doesn’t even prevent the spread of the disease as claimed. Instead, the vaccine allowed the disease to fester inside the bodies of baboons involved in the testing for as long as five weeks, which debunked a widely-held myth.
“[These findings] could explain the increase in pertussis that we’re seeing in the U.S.,” admitted FDA researcher Tod Merkel, affirming what many are now suggesting about the dangers of the whooping cough vaccine.
Of course, this all suggests that the ongoing demonization of parents who don’t want to risk having their children vaccine injured is misguided and improper. If the overall public health is what is important to government officials on the local, stat,e and national levels, then it seems as though parents who choose to vaccinate their children are who we should all be concerned about.