Vaccines inflame the brain

“While we are all born equal, with equal rights under the law, we are not born all the same. Each one of us has different genes and a unique microbiome influenced by epigenetics that affects how we respond to the environments we live in. We do not all respond the same way to infectious diseases—or to pharmaceutical products like vaccines—and doctors cannot predict which of us will be harmed.

This means that vaccine risks are not being borne equally by everyone in society, and forced vaccination is a de facto selection of the vaccine vulnerable for sacrifice. Why should the lives of those vulnerable to vaccine complications be valued any less than those vulnerable to complications of infections? And why should people not be free to choose to stay healthy in ways that pose far fewer risks?

These are legitimate scientific and ethical questions that should not be ridiculed. Yet government, medical organizations and members of the mainstream media are demonizing a growing number of people who wonder why they either have a child, or know a child, who was born healthy and then suddenly regressed physically, mentally and emotionally and joined the ranks of the walking wounded.

The people do not understand why government refuses to fund or conduct methodologically sound scientific studies to find out why the bodies of so many highly-vaccinated children and adults are on fire, riddled with chronic inflammation that is common to most brain and immune system dysfunction.”

— Barbara Loe Fisher, co-founder and president of the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC)

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