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Poles march against Mandatory poisoning by vaccines


Shitonya Brits
27 Apr 2019  #151
a literally deadly judgement on those people who do not vaccinate.

Will that be your dismissive remark when there is an Ebola outbreak in Europe?

Vaccinations have limitations and are increasingly becoming ineffective.

Quarantine through border enforcement is the only viable solution.
jon357 63 | 14,076
27 Apr 2019  #152
Vaccinations have

Vaccines are essential in the fight against communicable diseases; every public and community health organisation makes that very clear.

Immunisation is supported by an overwhelming body of scientific evidence: There exists no alternatives that is as safe and effective as vaccination..

There is also overwhelming medical and scientific evidence which shows clearly and indisputably that vaccination has saved the lives of around 20 million people, and it is one of the most succesful public health interventions in the history of healthcare.

You're digging yourself even further into a hole, Sh1tty. It's hard to know why you'd be anti-vax, unless you actually get a kick from reading online reports of kids dying from measles.
Shitonya Brits
27 Apr 2019  #153
I'm all for vaccinations but as stated they are not a panacea since disease is spread by infected carriers (i.e., mainly migrants from high population, high disease, low vaccination countries as well as anti-vaxers such as Orthodox Jews as reported in the media).
jon357 63 | 14,076
27 Apr 2019  #154
I'm all for vaccinations

Very good to hear.

tated they are not a panacea

They are the nearest thing to a panacea in the history of medicine; They have saved (and continue to save) the lives of millions.

Any other factors (specifically about an ethnic minority you constantly rattle on about) isn't backed up by science; there has been no corresponding rise in non-vaccinateble diseases in that group.

In any case, the most deadly outbreaks of disease in Europe and the US caused by lack of vaccination have all been traced back to anti-vaccine parents in the community as a whole rather than any single minority group.
Shitonya Brits
27 Apr 2019  #155
A childless gay man like you is in no position to lecture any parents.

The rise of diseases in North America and the Europe is due to uncontrolled migration as well as giving certain "ethnic minority" groups anonymity and a free pass when they are spreading diseases.
jon357 63 | 14,076
27 Apr 2019  #156
is in no position to lecture

We are all of us 'in a position' to expect everyone to maintain basic standards of public and community health.

This includes vaccination for all, and heavy penalties for any individuals who directly risk the health of their children and others.

diseases in North America and the Europe

As stated before (perhaps you missed it) the reoccurance in diseases once eliminated from the community is due to unscientific and irresponsible anti-vaxxer woo and no other cause.
Shitonya Brits
27 Apr 2019  #157
We are...'in a position' to expect...heavy penalties for any individuals.

A booming lecture from a Soviet mindset tucked away in gated suburbia.

reoccurance in diseases once eliminated

Is due to exposure to disease carried by countless migrants from (as well as numerous travelers spending time in) places like Central and South America, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
jon357 63 | 14,076
27 Apr 2019  #158
A booming lecture

A simple statement of realty. The risk from anti-vaxxers will sooner or later (hopefully sooner) necessitate more robust practice. You do keep going on about gated communities (on the whole a bad thing) for some unfathomable reason... same as making a fool of yourself (as usual) about vaccination.

Is due to exposure to disease

As established already, it is not.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,179
2 May 2019  #159
If vaccines are so effective than a person who is vaccinated has no reason to worry about catching a disease from an unvaccinated person. It's that simple.

vaccination has saved the lives of around 20 million people

That's nothing considering there's over 7 billion people most of which aren't vaccinated or at least not nearly to the same extent as in us and w europe.

Is due to exposure to disease carried by countless migrants

No one can deny the fact that the rates of HIV, hepatisis, scabies, even **** like ebola is far higher among middle eastern ans African migrants than native europeans

Good thing atleast in the USA we still have freedom of choice...
jon357 63 | 14,076
2 May 2019  #160
than a person who is vaccinated has no reason to worry about catching a disease from an unvaccinated person. It's that simple.

Depends if they're a. vaccinated against that disease and b. in good health. It's that simple.

Vaccination is one of the single greatest medical advances in human history; anti-vaxxers are dangerous cranks.

ebola...scabies

There is no vaccination against ebola, nor is there an issue with migration. Nor is there a vaccine for scabies, which is rife in Poland.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,179
4 May 2019  #161
Actually there is a vaccine against ebola. It's called not letting monkey people into Europe.

Depends if they're a. vaccinated against that disease and b. in good health. It's that simple.

Exactly. So they should have no concern about people who don't want to take vaccines. If you're vaccinated against things like diptheria, measles, pertusis, etc and believe vaccines are effective then there's no reason to worry about people who aren't.

nor is there an issue with migration.

Millions of Europeans think otherwise including even tusk and merkel who admitted it's a big problem
Rich Mazur 4 | 2,358
4 May 2019  #162
You don't have to look for millions...

He is against it. At home. Here, he is lying because it feels good.


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