Daily Mail: Pauline Hanson reveals one of her grandchildren is not vaccinated and she would ‘think twice’ about vaccinating her own children because of ‘cancer and autism risks’

Pauline Hanson reveals one of her grandchildren is not vaccinated and she would ‘think twice’ about vaccinating her own children because of ‘cancer and autism risks’
One Nation Party leader Pauline Hanson fears vaccination causes disease
Former parliamentarian wants research into autism and cancer connection
Claims she would ‘think twice’ about vaccinating her children now
Confirmed that one of her two grandchildren has not been immunised
Said Australians at risk of migrants carrying diseases like tuberculosis
One Nation Party leader Pauline Hanson says Australia’s vaccination program could be to blame for rising rates of autism and cancer.
Ms Hanson, 61, has revealed that one of her two grandchildren has not been immunised and she would now think twice about vaccinating her own children.
‘I have had so many people who have brought it to my attention, that’s why their kids are autistic,’ Ms Hanson told Daily Mail Australia.
‘We haven’t done the research enough, what is causing these kids to have autism, what is having all the cancer in our community, have we had enough answers into the cancer?’

Vaccines cause cancer in cats at their injection site and, according to the Journal of Veterinary Medicine,August 2003, vaccines cause cancer in dogs at their injection sites

Vaccines cause cancer in cats at their injection site and, according to the Journal of Veterinary Medicine,August 2003, vaccines cause cancer in dogs at their injection sites.  Vaccines cause autoimmune haemolytic anaemia (JVM, Vol 10, No. 5, September/ October 1996; Merck Veterinary Manual), andarthritis (BVJ, May 1995 and Am Coll Vet Intern Med, 2000; 14:381).  Epilepsy is a symptom of encephalitis, which, as we already know, can be caused by vaccines.
According to Dr Larry Glickman and his team at Purdue University, serum and foreign proteins in vaccines can cause autoimmunity (i.e. cancer, leukaemia, organ failure, etc.).  This research also indicates that genetic damage is possible, since vaccinated dogs developed autoantibodies to attack their own DNA.  Research from the University of Geneva echoes this finding.
http://www.wethepeoplereport.com/corruption/big-pharma-intentionally-harming-pets/
According to Dr Jean W Dodds, an eminent vet and researcher, both allergic and autoimmune diseases have been rising since the introduction of modified live virus vaccines.  Autoimmune diseases are where the body attacks self; they include cancer, leukaemia, thyroid disease, Addisons, Grave’s disease, autoimmune haemolytic anaemia, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, lupus, thrombocytopenia, organ failure, skin inflammations, and more.

Vaccinations have saved many pets’ lives over the years, but they aren’t without risk. Now, with new research showing that immunity may last longer than once thought, veterinary experts say it’s safer to decrease the frequency of most shots that typically have been given every year.
Veterinarians have suspected for years that annual vaccinations for cats and dogs aren’t necessary, but large, well-controlled studies just didn’t exist to prove it one way or the other. With the exception of rabies vaccine, the U.S. Department of Agriculture doesn’t require data beyond one year for any vaccine.
Three-year interval recommended
“Current vaccine protocol is to properly immunize puppies and kittens with two or three doses, starting later than we used to, maybe at eight weeks and not earlier than six weeks,” Dodds says. “Then you can give a booster at one year and either repeat it every three years, stagger it by giving one vaccine per year instead of combination vaccines, or do titers instead.” Titers are tests that measure the level of antibodies in the blood, which would indicate that immunity still exists.
That recommended three-year interval was a compromise decision. “Annual boosters for the core vaccinations are excessive for most dogs and cats,” says veterinarian Link Welborn of North Bay Animal and Bird Hospital in Tampa, Fla., and a member of the most recent panel of veterinarians that revised vaccination guidelines for dogs and cats. “Limited studies suggest that booster vaccinations for many of the core vaccinations last for at least seven years. However, given the limited number of animals involved in these studies, three years seemed like a reasonable compromise.”
There’s also an advantage to giving single rather than combination vaccines. “Giving more vaccinations increases the likelihood of side effects,” Welborn says. “Separating vaccinations allows the veterinarian to determine which vaccine caused a side effect if one occurs.”
If you’re concerned that your dog or cat will develop a vaccine-related health problem, but you want to make sure they’re protected against disease, annual titers are an economical alternative.

You’ve undoubtedly seen them in your mailbox. Cute little reminder cards from your vet that it’s time for Beauregard’s annual vaccinations. But after looking a bit closer at the risks and benefits of these vaccines, you might want to paws before making that appointment.
Could these vaccines not only be unnecessary, but actually harmful to your pet’s health?
Absolutely.
A study of more than 2,000 cats and dogs in the United Kingdom by Canine Health Concern showed a 1 in 10 risk of adverse reactions from vaccines. This contradicts what the vaccine manufacturers report for rates of adverse reactions, which is “less than 15 adverse reactions in 100,000 animals vaccinated” (0.015 percent).
Additionally, adverse reactions of small breeds are 10 times higher than large breeds, suggesting standard vaccine doses are too high for smaller animals.

Study

Results—4,678 adverse events (38.2/10,000 dogs vaccinated) were associated with administration of 3,439,576 doses of vaccine to 1,226,159 dogs. The VAAE rate decreased significantly as body weight increased. Risk was 27% to 38% greater for neutered versus sexually intact dogs and 35% to 64% greater for dogs approximately 1 to 3 years old versus 2 to 9 months old. The risk of a VAAE significantly increased as the number of vaccine doses administered per office visit increased; each additional vaccine significantly increased risk of an adverse event by 27% in dogs ≤ 10 kg (22 lb) and 12% in dogs > 10 kg.
Conclusions and Clinical Relevance—Young adult small-breed neutered dogs that received multiple vaccines per office visit were at greatest risk of a VAAE within 72 hours after vaccination. These factors should be considered in risk assessment and risk communication with clients regarding vaccination. (J Am Vet Med Assoc 2005;227:1102–1108)

Why I won’t vaccinate

If you choose to read this, please read the whole thing.

So here it is, a little bit of why we no longer vaccinate, with reasoning for each particular vaccination before 12 years old:

As of 2016, a child in America is scheduled to received 74 vaccinations by the time they turn 18. With each shot, you are taking the risk of your child suffering the side effects, even as severe as SIDS, paralysis, deafness, blindness, and death. That’s 74 times… I just personally can’t agree to roll those dice with the lives and lifelong health of my children. With most shots, you are also allowing heavy metals to accumulate in their body.

I am extremely uncomfortable with the notion that as a duty to society, I must choose to inject known poisons into my child’s body. I will never be convinced again to stick a needle into my child containing recognized carcinogens, neurotoxins, and other poisons that can cross the blood-brain barrier and build up in my child’s body. When you put something like aluminum into the body by way of injection, it bypasses the protective mechanisms of the gastrointestinal tract, circulates in your body, and is deposited in your body tissues. *There are NO STUDIES that prove that the amount of aluminum in vaccines is safe to inject into an infant or a toddler (or human for that matter).*

Aluminum IS however known to cause neurological harm, degenerative problems, autoimmune disorders, and inflammatory conditions. Conditions that fall under these categories are: Lupus, Graves’ Disease, Lupus, Celiac Disease, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Chron’s Disease, Endometriosis, Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, Scleroderma, Vitiligo, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Distrophy, Cancer, Parkinson’s, Diabetes, Asthma, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and more. These are debilitating ailments that a child can develop at any time and face for the rest of their lives. How can someone tell me as a mother that I need to do this to my child because “it’s best for everyone else?”

Other harmful ingredients and additives whose toxic effects have NEVER been examined by injecting them into small children are Formaldehyde, MSG, 2-Phenoxyethanol, and others.

Formaldehyde is a carcinogen, that is a fact. It can cause genetic damage and kidney damage if inhaled, but no one has bothered to study the effects of shooting it into our children with needles. Glutamate, a component of MSG, is an excitotoxin which is a chemical that affects brain function. They’ve taken MSG out of baby food, but left it in vaccines… 2-Phenoxyethanol is a chemical preservative used in perfumes, insect repellents, germicides, solvent for dyes, plasticizers, and antiseptics. It is harmful and can cause reproductive defects and severe skin and eye irritation if inhaled, swallowed, or absorbed through the skin. Again, despite this, it’s still in vaccines and the harm hasn’t been studied by way of injection. But let’s just assume they’re all safe, right?

Also to be considered is the use of any sort of human DNA such as aborted fetal cells. This can trigger autoimmune reactions. The immune system will attack the foreign human DNA, and this attack can then in turn become an attack against the child’s own body because it can’t tell the difference between same-species DNA. The injected human DNA inserts itself into the genes of the child and alters their genetic function. Animal substances are concerning as well, because when they are screened for disease, there is a possibility of missing animal viruses there are no tests for. This has happened before.

I can’t fathom routinely injecting poisons that I know are harmful and toxic into my child and taking the risk of life-long ailments. Yes, that means I am taking a bit of a higher risk of her catching a disease that vaccines may offer some protection against, but the risks are low, and *vaccinated children catch them too.* It is a FACT that certain toxic ingredients are cause harm, while it is only a possibility that my child may catch diseases we could vaccinate against. There are healthy ways to prevent and combat these diseases, and contracting and managing most of them will result in lifelong immunity.

What I’ve written below this are the chances of my child catching the diseases vaccines are supposed to protect against, and the risks that I feel outweigh the benefits of each vaccination. This includes the side effects of the shots and the harmful chemicals that they contain.

HIB: HIB is NOT a common disease. A breastfed child who does not attend daycare is at an even lower risk of catching it. The fatality rate of those who do catch it is 5%, usually when it is not caught soon enough. There are about 25 cases per year in the US, meaning the risk for my child to catch it in their first 2 years of life is about 1 in 200,000. After age 2, it’s nearly 0. It is also treatable. Concerning adverse reactions include seizures, encephalitis (brain swelling), autoimmune reactions, nervous system dysfunction, anaphalaxis, angiodema, apnea, hives, Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), convulsions, renal failure, and severe allergic reactions. The vaccine contains aluminum and formaldehyde, which I’ll explain the issues about later.

PC (Pneumococcus): 1/3 of severe cases of Pc are caused by strains NOT covered by the vaccine. The chances of a child by age 2 having a severe case is 1 out of 2850. Pc is treatable. Again, a breastfed child not in daycare is at low risk for catching this. Most infants suffer one or more systemic or local reactions with this shot. The more concerning adverse reactions in infants and toddlers during clinical studies included: DEATH (SIDS), bronchiolitis, gastroenteritis, pneumonia, SIDS, apnea, decreased limb mobility, arthritis, GBS, seizures, heart failure, pancreatitis/myocardial infarction resulting in death. This vaccine contains aluminum.

DTaP (Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis): Diphtheria is extremely rare, at 5 cases per year and not a single one since 2003 in the US. The risk is basically 0. Tetanus is virtually unheard of in people under 5 years old, and there are only 10 cases per year in people 5-25 years of age. The risk is 1 in 500,000. Pertussis (Whooping Cough) is more common, but in my child’s first 12 years of life, their risk of having a severe case is 1 in 3333. Pertussis is rarely problematic after 1 year of age. Infection is likely to create life-long immunity. It is treatable. The fatality rate is 1% for infants and toddlers and adults do not die from it in the US. Reactions to this vaccine include: death, brain injury, coma, severe seizure disorders, GBS, Brachial neuritis (dysfunction of nerves in the arm), Cyanosis, anaphylactic shock, grand mal seizures, bronchitis, pneumonia, hypotonia, encephalopathy, apnea, SIDS, and autism. This contains aluminum, formaldehyde, polysorbate 80, glutaraldehyde, and 2-phenoxyethanol.

Hep B: This disease is also rare in children under 12. Virtually all cases of Hep B in infants each year are results of transmission by the mother at birth. Vaccinating for this actually began with attempts to control the disease by stopping it within high risk groups. When this didn’t work, they started vaccinating all newborns for it instead. There’s really no reason for an infant to get this shot if the mother is not infected. In the first 12 years of life, chances of contracting Hep B are 1 in 40,000, almost all passed on from the mother. SOME known reactions of this shot are: lupus, blood vessel inflammation, Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, liver damage, wheezing, hair loss, bruises, GBS, eczema , liver damage, asthma, heart palpitations, arthritis, anaphylaxis, severe nerve dysfunc. Paralysis, GBS, seizures, spinal cord inflammation, optic nerve inflammation, multiple sclerosis. This contains aluminum and formaldehyde.

Rotavirus: Most children who gets this don’t even know and recover from it just like any other common virus. When it becomes severe, it’s usually due to dehydration. Fatalities are rare. This vaccine is a live virus, meaning a child who gets the shot can pass the virus on to others or become infected themselves with Rotavirus (Rotavirus infection is a possible side effect). Common side effects mimic the virus itself. Worse reactions include: seizures, Kawasaki disease, intussusception (requiring emergency surgery), DEATH, SIDS, pneumonia, bleeding from low platelet counts, and hives. This vaccine contains monkey kidney cells, fetal cow blood, Polysorbate 80, and pig virus contaminants.

Polio: Polio doesn’t exist in the US, so in all reality my child is not in need of any protection this may offer. The vaccine can cause allergic reactions, anaphylactic shock, lymphadenopathy, convulsions, and other mild reactions. This shot contains baby cow blood serum, human proteins, Glutamate, formaldehyde, 2-phenoxyethanol, and monkey kidney cells.

MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella): Severe cases of these diseases are so extremely rare that the risk is basically 0 for my child. Measles is not common, at 300 cases in the US per year (all ages of people) and complications are uncommon. Mumps is just as rare, and severe complications are almost nonexistent before puberty. Rubella does not cause severe illness in infants and children. There are only 20 cases per year. This is a live virus, so the vaccinated can spread Rubella following the shot. Known reactions include: Measles infection, aseptic Meningitis, arthritis, pancreatitis, pneumonia, severe eye inflammation that can permanently affect vision, nerve deafness in the ear, Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, panniculitis, vasculitis, pneumonia, pneumonitis (nonbacterial lung inflammation), and neurological reactions like brain swelling, GBS, ataxia (balance problems with difficulty walking), multiple nerve inflammation and dysfunction. This vaccine contains cow fetus serum, chick embryo proteins, DNA and protein fragments from human fetal cells, and Glutamate.

Varicella (Chickenpox): Chickenpox is not common, is treatable, and severe complications occur in less than 1% of cases. In my child’s first 12 years of life, their chance of having a severe case is 1 in 25,000. Adverse reactions to this vaccine include: chickenpox-like rash, pneomonitis (severe lung inflammation that can require intensive care), bleeding problems, neurological reactions, stroke, encephalitis, spinal cord inflammation and dysfunction, GBS, seizures, facial nerve paralysis, meningitis, pnemonia, Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, bacterial skin and tissue infections, and more. This vaccine contains Gelatin, which is against my religion to consume, as well as MSG, DNA and protein from human cells, cow fetus serum, and animal cells. This vaccine sheds the Chickenpox virus in the vaccinated for 6 weeks.

Hep A: Hepatitis A is harmless to young children and preventative measures can be taken if they are exposed. Severe cases are extremely rare, and virtually all cases happen in teens and young adults. The risk in these ages is about 1 in 25,000 in teen and adult years of life. Adverse reactions to the shot include: Hepatitis, seizures, bleeding problems, GBS, encephalitis, difficulties with walking and balance, multiple sclerosis, severe anaphylactic allergic reactions, jaundice, fainting, spinal cord inflammation, vasculitis, nerve dysfunction, rashes, and flu-like symptoms.

Influenza (Flu): While the flu may be common, it’s treatable and VERY rarely are there complications from severe cases. There is a wide debate and some evidence that this shot doesn’t even work for children under 2 and the rate of side effects is unusually high, so that alone makes this not worth the potential side effects to me. The nasal mist is a live virus, so those who receive this are contagious with the flu for 6 weeks and are likely have a mild case of the flu after receiving this. Adverse reactions to the flu shot include: tonsillitis, asthma, arthritis, limb paralysis, tremors, difficulty swallowing, febrile seizures, GBS, bleeding from low platelet count, severe allergic reactions, seizures, inflammation of the brain and spinal cord, encephalopathy, dysfunction of nerves in the face, eyes, or arm, fainting, inflammation of blood vessels, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, chest pain, rapid heart rate, eye infection and redness/swelling, and more. There are many different flu vaccinations, so the list of harmful chemicals varies between them and is quite long. These include formaldehyde, MSG, and Mercury or Thimerosal which is incredibly harmful and toxic and has been removed (almost completely) from all other vaccines because of this.
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I hope that people will understand that not all parents who choose not to vaccinate their children are quacks who based their decisions off of Google searches, illegitimate sources, biased information, opinions, or conspiracy theories. While there are some people like that, most of us are not. I urge you to seek out peer reviewed investigatice research and consider its source, funding, and the factors that solidify or vindicate it such as amount of test subjects, presence of control groups and size, or factors that were overlooked. This is important in any research, whether it supports or opposes vaccinations. I encourage you to make the decision whether or not to vaccinate each of your children individually and that you with the risks and benefits specific to your child.