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8 Questions to handle a Pro Vax Assault

It might be a neighbor, a relative, or a casual acquaintance. It might even be your

pediatrician or other health care provider. They make some outrageous or attacking
comment about how the non-vaccinated (they usually say Unvaccinated, but it's not
possible to "un" vaccinate a person, so I prefer the term "non" vaccinated) are putting
everyone at risk, are harming their own kids and others, etc.
The interesting thing is most of these people have no idea about the science behind
the vaccination debate nor the forces promoting the oft repeated mantras "vaccines
are safe and effective, they've saved the world, you're stupid if you don't get one, if
there are risks they are very very rare."
What is a thinking person to do? If you care about this person, or if you are going to
have to bump up against this person at some future points in life and really don't want
the whole litany to come out again, you might like this plan.
Learn a couple of key questions to ask your staunch vaccine proponent and tell them,
"If you can answer a couple of questions, I'd be happy to discuss this topic further
with you."
Here is a sample of some questions that might be helpful, complete with the answers:
#1 - What is MRC-5 and WI-38 and what vaccines are they in?
Answer - Two fetal cell lines derived from aborted human fetal tissue (aka human
diploid cells or HDC) and used in the production of the mumps, rubella, measles,
MMR, smallpox, polio, hepatitis A, chicken pox and shingles vaccines. RA-273 is
another fetal cell line.
#2 - Name three ingredients in vaccines
Answer - Aluminum, Polysorbate 80, and Glutaraldehyde. Aluminum is a
known neurotoxin and the FDA only allows 25 mcg in an IV for an adult. Polysorbate
80 is a surfactant known to facilitate access through the blood brain barrier and has
been linked to sterility and other issues. Glutaraldehyde is used as a cleaner for oil
and gas pipelines and medical equipment and is currently in the DTaP and TDaP
#3 - What are hexavalent and pentavalent vaccines and at what age are they
Answer- Hexavalent vaccines are 5 in 1 and Pentavalent are 6 in 1 vaccines which
deliver 5 or 6 different vaccines in one injection. Hexavalent vaccines are currently
recommended in three doses for 2, 4, and 6-month-old babies.
#4 - Name 2 hexavalent vaccines that include the DTaP and the total aluminum
content as well as the EPA safe limit for an adult IV.
Answer - Pediarix and Infanrix are the currently recommended vaccines and are
commonly given without parental knowledge. Sometimes parents are told, "It's easier

now, because I only have to give one needle." Both these vaccines contain a
whopping 850 mcg of aluminum, which is 825 mcg over what the EPA mandates as
safe in an IV for an adult, and does not take into account the aluminum contained in
other vaccines given.
#5 - How many vaccines are mandated for a child by the time they are 2 years
Answer - 49 vaccines all containing toxic chemicals: Aluminum, formaldehyde,
Glutaraldehyde, Polysorbate 80, Propylene Glycol, and foreign DNA fragments from
human fetuses, monkeys, pigs, guinea pigs, dogs and insects.
Related question - How many vaccines are currently in production that they
want to add to this list?
Answer - 200 new vaccines at this time.
#6 - Explain the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act. When was it passed and
what did it accomplish?
Answer - The US Congress passed the NCVIA in 1986 when the pharmaceutical
companies came to them and threatened not to make any more vaccines unless they
would be protected from any liability of lawsuits for any damages or deaths resulting
from vaccines. Doctors and pediatricians are also protected from liability. No drug
company or doctor can be sued if a baby, child or adult dies or suffers from
permanent damage from any vaccine.
#7 Who is Dr Paul Offit?
Answer - Dr Paul Offit is one of the most vocal proponents for the vaccine industry
and is from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. He put together patents on the
RoteTeq vaccine that earned him multi millions of dollars and has written several
books targeting those who seek to expose the risks of vaccines.
#8 How many vaccines has Dr Offit said a child can receive at one time?
Answer - Dr Offit was quoted in the Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics,
Addressing Parents Concerns: Do Multiple Vaccines Overwhelm or Weaken the
Infants Immune System? A baby could respond safely and effectively to around
10,000 vaccines at any one time."
Further, Dr Offit maintains, Since aluminum is found in all tissues of the body it plays
an important role in the development of a healthy fetus, despite the fact that
researchers in the field of aluminum toxicity have determined that aluminum "has no
healthful function in the body. It is a toxin and a toxin only."
If you would like to learn more about aluminum in vaccines, this 30-minute video by
Dr Suzanne Humphries is extremely informative and available for free on YouTube.
Aluminum is toxic to all life forms: The Case Against Aluminum in Vaccines by Dr
Suzanne Humphries