Talking Point #1 - Questioning Safety: Why does that make someone "Anti-Vax"?
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Hi, I’m Barbara, mother of vaccine-injured child Scarlet California, and we are with Scarlet’s Kids Foundation Inc. This educational course is designed especially for new moms who are hesitant and have questions about the United States Vaccine Program. This series of “Talking Points” is available in a printed postcard format for purchase at this -LINK- or you can subscribe to this newsletter for the most up-to-date version of each talking point. Information is added on an ongoing basis. The talking points provided are for informational purposes only and do not constitute medical advice and are not meant to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure disease.
TALKING POINT #1
“Why is it that the moment one questions the safety of vaccination they are condemned to being opposed to vaccines?
If I question the safety of antibiotics, would I then be labeled ‘Anti-antibiotic’?
It would seem that making a mockery of your opponents’ ideas makes it easier to contradict them. But, today more than ever in history, we need to have a healthy debate on vaccination. Clearly, we all want safe and healthy children.
The history of vaccination provides ample proof that vaccination can be helpful to the world. It is a treasure to have these vaccines available. And so it would seem that anything that affects the safety of these injectables is a problem and needs to be seriously looked at.
Although generally well-tolerated, vaccines may occasionally cause disabling health problems in susceptible individuals. There is a subset of children that we are absolutely guilty of an injustice toward, who have suffered undesirable side effects due to mandatory vaccination and just plain ignorance.”
-Injecting Aluminum by Marie-Ange Poyet: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6749336/
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