vaccini< anti virus injections>

Nicholas Landau njl2q at virginia.edu
Sun May 20 23:15:34 EST 2001

Gordon Couger wrote:
> >> goodafternoon everybody
> >>
> >> i would like to know ,if is possible,which are the alternative solutions to
> >> the vaccini??<injections>
> >> thank you
> Sure there is. Don't take them and run the risk of catching the disease. I don't
> know anyone that had real serious problem from a vaccine. I know two people that
> died of tetanus, dozens crippled by polio, my aunt died of whooping cough and
> those are just off the top of my head.

I wish I had you on hand when I argue with my anthroposophist friends.
They think it will corrupt their children to be immunized against polio.
All I can tell them is stories from my parents' generation about polio epidemics.

I have never known anybody to have a serious problem with a vaccine,
either. You read about remote statistics of adverse affects, and I guess
people get scared. There was an outbreak of whooping cough in England
and Holland a few years back, being passed around anthroposophist colonies.

The trouble with relying on the scaricity of these diseases is that they
all still exist in less developed parts of the world (except for small
pox). People travel. All the un-inoculated person needs to do is to come
into contact with a carrier from one of these places, and *bango*, end
up dead or in a wheelchair.

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