I’m stealing an expression from a friend who probably wouldn’t want to be named: the pudding! The proof is in the pudding!
If your children are healthy, there’s nothing to see here.
Business as usual is working just fine for your family.
Your doctor is your ally.
All is well.
But if your child is sick, there’s a problem
And, in the United States anyway, so many of today’s children are so sick.
(There’s your pudding.)
Four children in my oldest daughter’s fourth grade class were on the autism spectrum.
A middle schooler I know was recently diagnosed with diabetes.
My second daughter’s friend has such severe eczema all over her body that her face and arms are blotchy with angry rashes.
It’s a Sisyphean task to stand up to the medical establishment
Why would anyone want to?
As any parent advocating for a child knows, it’s much easier to be quiet and do what you’re told.
I spoke at a conference recently with James Lyons-Weiler, PhD; Mary Holland, JD; and Tetyana Obukhanych, PhD.
Among the amazing people who participated were:
I talked to parents who attended the conference who have children who:
- Are nonverbal
- Smear their own feces
- Scream in pain
- Have unusually severe and early onset food allergies
- Are uncontrollably violent
- Cannot concentrate
- Have multiple seizures a day
- Have leaky gut syndrome
- Cannot tolerate even basic foods without severe stomach pain
Many of these children will never go to college.
These sick children will never get married.
They will never have a career.
They will never start families of their own.
(Yes, skipping diapers is a thing.
Yes, it works.
Yes, it’s weird.
And yes, it’s awesome if you’re open-minded enough to try it.)
Parents follow their doctors advice and their children’s health suffers
These parents with brain and immune-damaged children are the people who did EVERYTHING their doctors told them.
They followed medical advice unswervingly.
They listened when their doctors insisted they keep vaccinating.
They complied with their doctors recommended they keep using Tylenol.
They obeyed the instructions to keep taking the antibiotics, over and over again, usually for ear infections.
At some point along the way, once, or even many times, they asked their doctors, “Could some of my child’s health problems be caused by vaccines?” and they were told no.
The timing of children’s problems, when these problems happen within hours or days of vaccination, is always just “an unfortunate coincidence,” according to mainstream medicine.
The parents I spoke to told me that their doctors would even go on to insist that the sick child needed vaccination and other treatments MORE URGENTLY than healthy kids.
A lot of older people wonder why on earth would any parent be rejecting some vaccines?
My 72-year-old aunt has friends who get upset with my vaccine safety Facebook posts.
This older crowd believes parents who forego or delay vaccines are “selfish” and “irresponsible,” and that not vaccinating is like not using seatbelts.
Back to the pudding
I’ve seen time and again that many (not all) kids who are completely unvaccinated within the same family tend to be healthier than their fully vaccinated older siblings.
I heard dozens of stories to that effect at the conference: the oldest child gets all the vaccines and his health starts to decline, as does his younger brother’s.
But by the third child the parents have finally wised up and are no longer following medical conventions.
Their unvaccinated youngest is by far their healthiest, smartest, and best-adjusted kid.
Of course those healthy, happy kids are also:
- Avoiding all acetaminophen (taking Tylenol can be neurologically devastating)
- Eating real food
- Staying away from as many neurotoxins and endocrine disruptors as possible. These toxic chemicals are present in everything from conventional baby shampoo to building materials.
I put to you that no thinking person can look at today’s CDC childhood vaccine schedule without having some evidence-based scientifically grounded concerns.
A Washington State epidemiologist came to Saturday’s conference as a private citizen.
She, too, has some concerns about America’s vaccination schedule.
If you use your logical thinking skills, you quickly see that something is very, very wrong.
We are giving a vaccine against a sexually transmitted disease, hepatitis B vaccine, at birth and in infancy when it should be given preteen if needed.
We vaccinate against rotavirus and chickenpox, two mild childhood illnesses, which flies in the face of good science and common sense.
We continue pushing a yearly flu shot for children and adults when a double-blind ferret study published in PLOS One showed that exposure to flu vaccine makes the flu more severe and a Canadian study published in Clinical Infectious Diseases showed that consecutive shots make the flu vaccine LESS effective.
We give six-month-old babies a flu vaccine that still contains mercury, one of the deadliest substances on earth.
As William Parker, PhD, a research scientist and professor at Duke University’s medical school explained to me, the human immune system is like a well trained army, always on high alert, always wanting to attack.
Our immune system evolved to fight off and cohabitate with bacteria and viruses.
You can’t remove bacterial and viral illnesses from the human landscape and expect not to disrupt the organism.
It’s irresponsible and unscientific to have such an aggressive and unnecessary vaccine schedule.
Our kids are sick.
The proof is in the pudding.
The emperor is naked.
Whatever metaphor you choose, we can do better than this.
Last updated: February 20, 2019