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FANCY DINNER PARTY-Anti-Vaxxers are all the Rage.

3 Comments Oh, Mary!

Parents by not vaccinating you put us all at risk. This article is a great one, really exposing the damages of parents playing doctor. In some cases I get it your kid will have an amazing allergic reaction or in some rare cases seizures. 1% I have done the research. But for the rest of you who from the rooftops scream how forward thinking you are for not vaccinating your kids, hold on I think you do it because you want to be part of the elite. This isn’t high school or a garden party it is affecting your kids and other kids health, with disastrous results.

Why are parents living in most affluent parts of Los Angeles, refusing to vaccinate? I truly believe and this is my opinion, people want to get on the bandwagon of what everyone else is doing. This becomes an awful game of telephone. Bottom line as a parent, we run around with hand sanitizer and wipes dangling like earrings off our ears trying not to get the flu and then when a threat of MEASLES, MEASLES a disease that through proper vaccination we didn’t see forever, comes back, you still REFUSE to vaccinate your children??? A disease that started in the 9th century!!! It is maddening!

So what gives parents, is it more important to be the talk of a fancy dinner party? That you and Dr. McCarthy are combating the evils of vaccinations one kid at a time? Is it that you are misinformed that vaccinations cause autism? Is that you are happy following the herd? Tell me, because most of us out here in post BLACK PLAGUE times, look at you like you are nuts and we don’t want you playing with our kids on a playdate, because gallons of hand sanitzer won’t work if my infant baby gets Measles. Our kids could end up dead. Not a great story to talk about at your next dinner party.

Yeah I am mad about this, really mad and other parents are too, STOP THE NONSENSE NOW!!!

– Mary

Wealthy L.A. Schools’ Vaccination Rates Are as Low as South Sudan’s



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  2. Daniel - January 24, 2015 4:27 pm

    As a mother with a 20 month old who this week was digasoned with whooping cough, this ongoing debate to vaccinte or not to , has been an emotional one for me, as I’m sure a lot of parents.I agree Ange that we are lucky to have the choice to make educated decisions.I agree too that we have an enormous amount of information out there (although we need to make sure it’s not biass info, and the sources are sound), and that we as parents need to do what’s right for our families.I have strong views on the subject, but don’t think that’s the issue at hand .. I guess I wanted to say that I am a reiki healer, use a fabulous natropth, and many other alternate methods of keeping myself n son healthy n happy, BUT, there is a time and place for modern medicine to be accessed. We are so lucky in Australia to have the best of both worlds, and a good FREE service. And I believe we need to find balance. Listen to your intuition ..I did a lot of research before I decided to vaccinate my baby, and i am very glad that’s what I decided to do, especially watching him so sick now. I wish that a vacination totally protected us, and I’m sure there is a financial motive somewhere hidden there, but to reduce the risk , in this case, from fatal odds to surviving, in my opinion, was worth it. And I am damn sure that I will keep my child away from any other child till he’s no longer contagious, and I feels well enough- then I know in my heart I’m contributing to the spread of this disease, vaccinated or not. (This to me is where my emotion on this topic lies).Again Angela thank you for the food for thought, you are right that no matter if our opinions differ, we should respect another parents choice. Not just on this subject, but any.

    • Oh, Mary! - January 26, 2015 1:41 pm

      Thank you so much for this point of view. We are so glad that you took the time and really researched this. So glad your baby is happy and healthy!


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