PRO measles vaccine

Measles, a highly contagious, serious disease caused by a virus is normally passed through direct contact and through the air. The virus infects the respiratory tract, then spreads throughout the body. Measles is a human disease and is not known to occur in animals.

Before the introduction of measles vaccine in 1963 and widespread vaccination, major epidemics occurred approximately every 2–3 years and measles caused an estimated 2.6 million deaths each year.

Approximately  110 000 people died from measles in 2017 – mostly children under the age of 5 years, despite the availability of a safe and effective vaccine.

Accelerated immunization activities have had a major impact on reducing measles deaths. 

During 2000– 2017, measles vaccination prevented an estimated  21.1 million deaths. 

Global measles deaths have decreased by 80% from an estimated  545,000 in 2000* to 110 000 in 2017.

AGAINST measles vaccine

Wakefield et al.[1] were (found) guilty of deliberate fraud (they picked and chose data that suited their case; they falsified facts).[9] The British Medical Journal has published a series of articles on the exposure of the fraud, which appears to have taken place for financial gain.[1013] It is a matter of concern that the exposé was a result of journalistic investigation, rather than academic vigilance followed by the institution of corrective measures."

~ The MMR vaccine and autism: Sensation, refutation, retraction, and fraud.                     T. S. Sathyanarayana Rao and Chittaranjan Andrade, 

Indian J Psychiatry. 2011 Apr-Jun; 53(2): 95–96.


Measles Cases in 2019 in U.S.

From January 1 to 31, 2019, 79** individual cases of measles have been confirmed in 10 states.

The states that have reported cases to CDC are California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Texas, and Washington.

Trends in Measles Cases, 2015-2018

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Yeah, Joan, but will overwhelming anti-vaxxers persuade them?

You’ll have to reach their emotions.

Bert, facts are irrelevant on the side of the coin where the cretins are.

Thinkers like you, I and others here are on the coin’s other side.

Sorry, but you have good reason for pessimism.

Bertold, going to the sites of ancient goddesses in Greece, Turkey, Old Europe, and Ireland, Marija Gimbutas told us the story of the ancient Pandora. It was a jar, not a box, and when Neolithic (New Stone Age) people were hungry, they called on Pandora and she supplied them food. When thirsty, she supplied water. She had the things that people need and she was an easy goddess to worship. 

When the "sky king" came to the locations of the goddesses, they destroyed the goddess temples, statues, and stone carvings. They brought a new god, and lightning was his symbol. They murdered the leaders and healers as they forced their religion upon them. What had been a matrilocal culture was turned into patriarchal one that exists to this day.

It was the slaughter of female power. 

Read anything by

Marija Gimbutas Sadly, I cannot find the journal article by Marija, "The Gods & Goddesses of Old Europe." However, a reviewer wrote this: 

"In this beautifully illustrated study of sculpture, vases, and other cult objects portraying the Goddess, fertility images, and mythical animals, Marija Gimbutas sketches the matrilineal village culture that existed in southeastern Europe between 6500 and 3500 B.C., before it was overwhelmed by the patriarchal Indo-Europeans. The analysis of this rich mythical imagery tells us much about early humanity's concepts of the cosmos, of humans' relations with nature, and of the complementary roles of male and female."

~ Anonymous 

Riane Eisler, especially, Eisler's"The Chalice and the Blade"

Tom, you are correct as usual. Gathering photos of measles victims and reading storing of families who lost loved ones hits emotional reaction where facts do not. 

Thank you. 

(Cupid shooting a girl not with an arrow but with a syringe; a couple is passing by, and the man, holding a newspaper with a 'MEASLES' headline, remarks, 'This year, Cupid is focusing on unvaccinated kids.')

Sounds like a plan.

I can't remember where we were stationed (my husband was in the army and we moved every two years), and children could not enroll in school if they were not vaccinated. 

What's disturbing in the U.S. is not only the reputed existence of doctors who'll certify medical exemptions on flimsy pretexts, if parents have irrational beliefs against vaccination; but also that forty-seven states allow religious exemptions for not having kids vaccinated, and 17 of those allow nonreligious philosophical exemptions as well.

Basically, every state in the map below that's darkened or shaded (all but California, Mississippi, and West Virginia) allow parents to decide, "My beliefs are more important than my kids' classmates' health and even lives."

As of last year (February 2018):

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Grinning Cat, the vaccination by Cupid is clever. 

Here parents find out that their unvaccinated children are being refused in creches and day care centres  because of the health risk...

About time someone began to take a stand.

I agree with that decision of keeping unvaccinated children out of public schools. Parents have the option of homeschooling and private schooling. It is a free country; parents have choices to make. 




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