Ok, I know this is a terrible question. BUT, I don't believe in the health benefits of vaccinating. I do believe in the benefits of natural selection and survival of the fittest. Which is funny since I don't believe in evolution.
Anyway, my question is, instead of vaccinations wouldn't it be better globally if we allowed the natural world to cleanse itself and make the general populace stronger by natural selection?
Asked by Anonymous at 1:50 AM on Apr. 9, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
Before vaccinations were being done on our soil deaths from the things we vaccinate for were on a decline. Good hygiene and proper nutrition helped with that. Vaccinations should only be for those with weakened immune systems. The rest of us that are healthy don't need them. Most adults do not get boosters and are no longer immune to many illnesses we vaccinate for yet we have not had wide spread outbreaks or deaths. If more doctors would actually research vaccinations instead of believing all that is in a pamphlet from a drug company things would be very different.
My cousin in Europe vaccinates her child from some things but they have measles and chicken pox parties still. They don't have huge issues over there. We are a very paniked society and are actually hurting our kids by over vaccinating and over medicating our children.
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