Shut Up and Drink Your Vitamin Water

vitwaterSomeone floated a question the other day, asking what the deal was with this polarizing vaccination fight and whether we could ever expect parents to come to a middle ground on the issue. My answer, although the question wasn’t asked of me, is probably not. The world is so connected, information of all kinds so immediate, and we’re too controlled by the government and its inbred sisters Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck and Sanofi, for things to be any different than they are right now. Our government doesn’t have to propagandize to achieve its goals anymore because the general public does it for them.

In 1990— the year before Bill Clinton announced his candidacy for president, to put into perspective how not very long ago 1990 was—the CDC counted 27,786 cases of measles. The vast majority of you reading these words were in elementary through college that year. Now, tell me if you remember the media hysteria over the Great Measles Epidemic of 1990 because I was alive and well and I don’t remember a word of it. I don’t remember Dan Rather calling for parents to re-vaccinate their already-vaccinated children, don’t remember Phil Donahue having a celebrity guest call for unvaccinated children to wear ID bracelets, and I don’t remember Oprah telling non-vax families to keep to their own kind.*

Even in 1992 the vaccination rate of toddlers in the western world was only between 55% to 65%. Where was the vaccination war then? Where was the fear? Where were the nightly news reports, the hate pieces in Time, the parents demanding to know who is vaccinated and who isn’t at any given daycare? Did people even think to ask about vaccination status? And yet, somehow, we all peacefully coexisted in our neighborhoods and schools, without anyone demanding that their child with cancer not be forced to rub shoulders with the great unvaccinated, despite the fact that pediatric cancer rates were hardly any lower than they are today.

It wasn’t until implementation of the 1994 National Vaccine Plan that the government even attempted to raise the vaccination of toddlers to 90%. And look how far the hysteria has come in that time; we should be so proud of ourselves. Now there are 84 people in the United States with measles as of January 28th.   At this rate there are going to be 1,000 cases of measles by the end of the year, which hasn’t happened since… “way back” in 1994. Queue the bonfires and lynch mobs.

So what has happened in the last 50 years to convince the average American that a measles infection equates to a death sentence? I have my opinions, sure. I think it has to do with all autonomy being eroded away as it pertains to us being individual humans on Earth. No one is self-sufficient anymore. Hardly anyone grows enough food to feed their families. Hell, most of us don’t even remember relatives talking about the days of eating liver for dinner and taking fish oil in the name of health. We’re a sick generation and we don’t know how to get well.  If the answer isn’t in the form of a pill or a needle, we’re clueless.

Not to mention the fact that the average terrified American has absolutely no idea of how to take care of themselves in the event that Big Ag crops dry up and the oil runs out. They depend on the government to tell them what to do and how to think, and we all know Big Brother doesn’t want anyone acting independently. Don’t even think of moving off this grid, it’s fast becoming illegal.

Is any of that going to change anytime soon? Nope.  So everyone should shut up and eat their low fat diets, processed GMO soy junk, take their synthetic vitamins and iron in a feeble attempt to feel like they’re making a difference, and don’t forget their silly cholesterol medication for a made-up disease. They are nothing without the government food pyramid, Big Ag subsidies, and pharmaceutical companies watching out for them, and the TV in their living rooms screaming at them to be afraid.  All of this is going to be Situation Normal, All F*cked Up for a long time coming, and that means freaking out over absolutely nothing.

*for the satire impaired, those things did not actually happen.


  1. People need to learn the language of the CDC. Guess what is the most important word is on the CDC’s statement on their measles page is:
    From January 1 to January 28, 2015, 84 people from 14 states were reported to have measles.
    If you haven’t guessed I’ll post it at the end.

    I was having a contentious debate with a medical doctor on another board he likes to comment on because he thinks anyone without a medical degree should not be commenting on medical issues. You know the type. Think about when you’re at a Dr’s appointment and you ask questions, which is your right to do on a procedure or drug and they throw in you face the question, where did you get your medical degree from? I was commenting on viral vaccine shedding and vaccine failure which has been occurring for decades with vaccines and these outbreaks are posted online. He commented back to me that the California measles outbreak was not caused by viral vaccine shedding but by a measles virus called genotype B3. Good information.

    I went to the World Health Organization to check out their measles page and there it was:
    Genotype B3 measles cases appears to be the circulating strain in travelers returning from the Philippines since late 2013, including Australia, Canada, Italy, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States.” BTW, the title page on the WHO webpage is:
    Ongoing increase in measles cases following importations, Japan, March 2014: times of challenge and opportunity. Hmm-opportunity to make more money.

    I went to the CDC’s webpage on Measles and these are the 19 genotypes detected since 1990:
    A*, B2, B3, C1, C2, D2, D3, D4, D5, D6, D7, D8, D9, D10, D11, G2, G3, H1, H2

    B3 is in this series so I imagine that since they have been able to type the genotypes all of them may be in circulation, theoretically of course.

    Here are the Vaccine Strains:
    *Vaccine strains Moraten, Edmonston, Zagreb are all genotype A.
    There were 2 putative wild-type cases of measles identified as genotype A in 2008.
    -During 2011, 8 genotypes were identified by global surveillance:
    B2, B3, D4, D8, D9, D11, G3, H1

    “A” viral strains are in the MMR that they have been pushing since who know when but at least since 1990 it’s been know by the WHO & CDC that other strains were more than likely circulating. It’s been know since 2013 that the viral strain was B3. If B3 is the viral strain circulating why is the WHO & CDC pushing a genotype “A” viral strain vaccine onto people?


    Just like the Acellular Pertussis vaccine they have been pushing for decades knowing that it mutated as far back as the 60’s into the current strain that has been circulating- Bordetella Pertussis.


    Vaccines are the greatest medical con ever perpetuated on society.

    *From January 1 to January 28, 2015, 84 people from 14 states were reported to have measles.*
    The most important word is: REPORTED.

    The measles cases have been reported, NOT LAB CONFIRMED. Measles cannot be definitively confirmed unless labs are done. Wales measles outbreak of 2012-13 grossly over reported measles cases. This was all hyped by the government:
    May 2nd confirmed cases for Wales was 370. The original numbers reported was: 1,170 notified. That is a percentage rate of over-diagnosis and over-notification of 3774% or just 0.027 of notified cases were actually measles – and it is medical professionals who do the diagnosing and notifying. 90-95 per cent of the people who contracted measles were vaccinated. childhealthsafety(dot) wordpress.

    There have been 9 deaths from measles in the US since the year 2000. Source: CDC’s National Vital Statics Report.

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    1. Useful info, except that your logic is flawed. Unlike the flu, antigen production against the measles virus protects against all known genotypes – it targets the hemaglutinin protein and prevents the virus from binding to cells regardless of genotype. The benefit of having multiple strains is that the WHO can tell if infection is from the vaccine or other strains. So it is a good thing that type A is only seen in the vaccine. I’d have to read more into your pertussis claim, but I imagine it is a similar case. An immunologist would gladly tell you that it is true that in some cases, such as with the flu or HIV, mutation means that our previous treatments are inneffective. But it depends on the method of the treatment. But this is not the case with measles.


    2. Please check my math- A Google search tells me there are 316.1 million people populating the USA as of 2013. IF we had a 99% vaccination rate that would mean 312.9 million people would be vaccinated. I’ve read various percentages on efficacy of the MMR vaccination, but for fun, lets say its 95% rather than 90% which is probably more likely. That figures out to 297.29 million people that would probably not get the measles, or so the lab coats tell us. 316.1 million less 297.29 million is 18.81 million people that would then have a high likelihood of contracting measles if they came across it. There are now a whopping 108 cases or so of the measles. That’s .000574% of the population that has measles. Wow.


    3. This a great response, with a wealth of info. Can you supply links to your reference to what genotype of measles is treated with the MMR vaccine vs the measles that caused the Disney outbreak? That is a great point that needs to be shared, but i know people are going to ask for links.


  2. Unlike the flu.

    The information comes from an MD, but I will pass your comment onto to him.
    I did question (via) email an immunologist and I was told like the pertussis virus the vaccine strains should match the virus one is being immunized against.

    I’d have to read more into your pertussis claim, but I imagine it is a similar case:

    Not my claim the claim of Tod Merkel of the FDA.

    Nearly a century after the release of the whooping cough (B. Pertussis) vaccine, mounting evidence suggests that widespread mandated use of the vaccine could potentially be doing more harm than good in the long term—in addition to having been found lacking in the effectiveness department. As reported by The Washington Post:

    “The research suggests that while the vaccine may keep people from getting sick, it doesn’t prevent them from spreading whooping cough — also known as Pertussis — to others.

    ‘It could explain the increase in Pertussis that we’re seeing in the US,’ said one of the researchers, Tod Merkel of the Food and Drug Administration…

    The study, titled: “Acellular Pertussis vaccines protect against disease but fail to prevent infection and transmission in a nonhuman primate model,” used infant baboons to test the hypothesis that “current acellular pertussis vaccines fail to prevent colonization and transmission” of B. Pertussis. (there is no vaccine for Bordetella Pertussis virus) http://www.pnas (dot) org/content/111/2/787

    Lead author Tod Merkel did comment to the New York Times that when exposed to B. Pertussis after recently getting vaccinated, you could be an asymptomatic carrier and infect others, saying:

    “When you’re newly vaccinated, you are an asymptomatic carrier, which is good for you, but not for the population.”

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  3. Here’s why there won’t be a middle ground. Profit motive. It’s a $33 Billion global vaccine market with immunity from liability. Is there any surprise how the number of mandated vaccines has increased since manufacturers got liability from immunity? Vaccines are a cash cow. The BS about the cost of research is just that. Research is now minimal with heavy reliance on after-market testing (where unknowing patients become part of clinical trials without their permission or compensation, and assume all of the risk without real recourse for damages). We also know that manufacturers have to have a robust sales record to American patients so that their products are picked up in foreign markets.

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    1. I’ve asked the question before. If our government and medical community (+ seemingly the majority of our population) feel so strongly about the necessity of all being vaccinated then why doesn’t our government supply the vaccines at no cost to the American public? Our tax dollars supply trillions in national defense, with much of that money going toward counties that don’t even want our help. Why not spend some that money to protect our own with vaccinations if we feel it is so vital to our safety? I also wonder how many medical professionals would change their tune a bit concerning vaccinations if it wasn’t a big part of their existence? I find it’s easy for people to rationalize and be in support of about anything that fattens their checkbook.

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  4. For people who may have missed this: http://www.nbcnews (dot) com/health/health-news/disney-measles-outbreak-came-overseas-cdc-says-n296441

    Disney Measles Outbreak Came From Overseas, CDC Says
    By Maggie Fox

    An outbreak of measles that started in California’s Disneyland probably came from overseas, carried either by a foreign tourist or by an American coming back with the virus, a top federal health official said Thursday.

    The virus has now infected 94 people in eight states, and 67 can be clearly linked to Disneyland, California health officials report. Because measles is so contagious, more cases can be expected.

    “We don’t know exactly how this outbreak started but we do think it was likely a person infected with measles overseas,” Dr. Anne Schuchat of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told reporters.

    “We assume that someone got infected with measles overseas, visited Disneyland park, and spread the disease to others.”

    “This is a wake-up call to make sure that we keep measles from regaining a foothold in our country.”

    There’s been on ongoing outbreak of measles in the Philippines, but no imported U.S. cases have been linked to the Philippines this year, Schuchat said. Genetic tests of the virus affecting Americans are similar to strains seen in Indonesia, Qatar, Azerbaijan and Dubai.

    Whoever first brought the virus to Disneyland is probably long gone, Schuchat said, and could even be unaware that he or she caused the outbreak.

    “This is a wake-up call to make sure that we keep measles from regaining a foothold in our country,” Schuchat said.

    “France went from about 40 cases a year to over 10,000 cases. It is only January and we have already had over 84 cases.”

    France reported 10,000 cases of measles in 2000. Like other countries, the numbers vary greatly from one year to another, and in 2011 France reported nearly 15,000 measles cases but that fell to just 272 cases in 2013.

    No matter what the source, doctors and nurses need to be on the lookout for the highly infectious virus, she warned.

    “There’s no harm in getting another MMR vaccine.”

    This is another False Flag the CDC & Vaccine makers have used to manipulate and terrorize the populace. Read the remainder of the article at the link but it goes on about the horror of measles and the number of measles cases yada yada yada. In a previous commented I posted that the strain that was circulating in genotype B3 and one of the countries was the Philippines so the patient zero has been traced to overseas. I believe they knew this all along (CDC) and others found out the genotype and began posting it online which is why the CDC decided to come clean-sort of.

    “There’s no harm in getting another MMR vaccine.” Dr. Anne Schuchat of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    Except for this bit of info from the MMRII package insert. Here are some excerpts, read the package insert to learn more.

    Women of childbearing age should be advised not to become pregnant for 3 months after vaccination and should be informed of the reasons for this precaution. Postpubertal females should be informed of the frequent occurrence of generally self-limited arthralgia and/or arthritis beginning 2 to 4 weeks after vaccination

    Hypersensitivity to any component of the vaccine, including gelatin.

    Anaphylactic or anaphylactoid reactions to neomycin

    Febrile respiratory illness or other active febrile infection.

    Patients receiving immunosuppressive therapy.

    Individuals with blood dyscrasias, leukemia, lymphomas of any type, or other malignant neoplasms

    affecting the bone marrow or lymphatic systems.

    Due caution should be employed in administration of M-M-RII to persons with a history of cerebral injury, individual or family histories of convulsions, or any other condition in which stress due to fever should be avoided.

    Live measles vaccine and live mumps vaccine are produced in chick embryo cell culture. Persons with a history of anaphylactic, anaphylactoid, or other immediate reactions (e.g., hives, swelling of the mouth and throat, difficulty breathing, hypotension, or shock) subsequent to egg ingestion may be at an enhanced risk of immediate-type hypersensitivity reactions after receiving vaccines containing traces of chick embryo antigen.

    WI-38 human diploid lung fibroblasts:
    Human diploid fibroblast cell culture-WI-38 came from lung cells from a female fetus of 3-months gestation and MRC-5 was developed from lung cells from a 14-week-old male fetus. Both fetuses were intentionally aborted, but neither was aborted for the purpose of obtaining diploid cells.123. The fetal tissues that eventually became WI-38 and the MRC-5 cell cultures were removed from fetuses that were dead. The cellular biologists who made the cell cultures did not induce the abortions. These cell lines are used to make the MMR, chickenpox (varicella), shingles, polio, pentacel (DTaP, polio, Hib), and Hepatitis A vaccines.

    It’s in the MMR. Also, despite the chant of the CDC and other commenters, there is still thimerosal in vaccines called “trace amounts”. The CDC admits this. These are particles that cannot not be removed from the final product.

    Judge for yourself if there is no harm in getting another MMR.

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    1. The only problem with your post is the mention of Thimerosol. While it is definitely in many vaccines in “trace” amounts (no one’s testing to find out how much, of course), MMR does not & never has had Thimerosol. No live virus vaccine does, because it would kill the viruses.


      1. MMR is manufactured with thimerosal to remove pathogens and other contaminates. Yes, it’s a live virus vaccine and live vaccines are said to not have thimerosal in them however, trace amounts are not considered part of the vaccine ingredients so by law it doesn’t have to be listed at all in any form. Take a look at the pertussis vaccine ingredients-there are trace amounts in that and it’s listed. Why? Because the controversy is not the Pertussis vaccine, it’s the MMR, so the vaccine companies make no mention of thimerosal in the vaccine. But, like I said, trace amounts are not considered by the CDC & FDA to be significant in vaccines and legally vaccine makers do not have to list what they consider “proprietary” data. If you have been following the history of the incestuous relationship between the CDC, FDA, HHR and the pharmaceutical industry, because they all profit from the sale of vaccines, so if Merck for example says something is “proprietary” the others will agree. Up until this year pharma had a champion is Senator Henry Waxman so it any group manged to get before congress with a concern, Waxman would be the dissent vote and the status quo remained. He made sure only information pharma was willingly to allow the public to know was made public. Actually, there is no confirmed documentation that thimerosal has been removed from any vaccine.

        http://www.ageofautism (dot) com/2007/12/emails-from-cdc.html

        This email exchange occurred after the Simpsonwood Meeting and after the 2004 CDC study on the MMR had already been published in which Dr. William Thompson revealed that he was part of the team that manipulated the data in that study to show that the MMR didn’t cause Autism.

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      1. You are killing it on these posts!

        Not my intention. There is so much misinformation out there and it took me years to wade through the quagmire of bias studies, reports and outright lies. What bothers me the most are the trolls. Most MSM site allow them to take over and it really intimidates people who are looking for information from asking questions so I try and anticipate what someone may ask and give them someplace to start their own research. I’ve been researching drugs, which include vaccines since the year 2000. I cannot tell you how many studies & reports that confirm the damage vaccine can do have slowly disappeared over time. Like the information on thimerosal. People constantly repeat it’s been removed but there is no documentation confirming that. At the Simpsonwood conference removal was discussed and the scientist agreeded to discuss it again but there was no commitment to remove it. They did emphatically state that thimerosal would remain in vaccines going overseas.

        My position is informed consent. I feel once a person has all the information on both side they will make a decision on what’s in the best interest of their family.


  5. All of these comments about strains, vaccines, big pharma and CDC conspiracies seem to be missing the forest for the trees. THE most important point that seems to be conveniently overlooked is that since vaccines have been introduced and widely administered, THERE HAVE BEEN LESS CASES OF MEASLES. Any discussion of strains, and vaccine shedding transmission is simply a smokescreen to avoid discussing the obvious.


    1. It really isn’t. Measles had decreased over 90% before the vaccine was ever introduced and back then they predicted that if it continued on it’s pre-vaccine trend, measles would be eradicated in the US by about 2001. Which is exactly what happened, even after the introduction of the vaccine. The vaccine was supposed to get rid of measles in a year. Yep, that worked out well.

      If you expect me to believe the vaccine had anything to do with it, I’m going to need a lot more evidence than “THERE HAVE BEEN LESS CASES OF MEASLES”. Besides which, some of us aren’t scared of disease. Good thing, too, since there’s a lot of evidence that as we lose the population that is naturally immune, we are going to get more & more “outbreaks” and vaccine failure is going to be more and more apparent. The vaccine didn’t stop measles, a massive, naturally immune population created true herd immunity. We’ve got, at most, 40 years until the majority of them are gone. It might be a very good idea to expose healthy children to measles now so we still have a naturally immune population. And they, unlike the vaccinated, will be able to pass antibodies to their babies.

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      1. Hi there,

        I’d like to read up more on the history of the measles in the US and I’m intrigued by your claim that measles cases had “decreased over 90%” before the vaccine was introduced and was set to be eradicated by 2001. Can you provide a reference for that?

        Much appreciated!


      2. I don’t believe your statement is accurate. I think you have mixed up morbidity with mortality. Measles is quite contagious and was very common pre-vaccine (2-3 million cases annually). However, the deaths had almost disappeared (100 fold decline) well before the vaccine arrived in 1963.

        It was so mild the culture made light of it in popular TV shows.

        That is why the paranoia surrounding it today is completely out of proportion with the relative risk. It is not a serious disease unless you are also suffering from severe malnutrition, vitamin A in particular (in which case any illness could become potentially lethal). Listeria kills 1 in 6 according to the CDC (1600 cases annually and 260 deaths in the US), which means it’s no joke but where is the headline news when someone dies from it? The relative risk is still minuscule but well beyond that from the measles.

        Compare this to MEDICAL CARE being the third leading cause of death in the US. Where should our attention be?

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      3. I have to correct myself. I had overlooked some data on measles morbidity. It did indeed seem to be in decline (it WAS according to the chart). Nothing as dramatic as the mortality decline but this is evidence measles may very well have simply gone away in a few more decades had our genius medical tinkerers just left it alone. This house of cards has got to come down. I have spent many many hours (hundreds) studying vaccines and it simply does not hold up from just about any angle (canine distemper is the only one that gives me pause, but the data is very limited for animals unfortunaely). We have a myth on our hands here. And one that is considered sacred. We have a battle on our hands for sure, but it’s one we must wage.

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      4. Hi Evan,

        I think you were right the first time. The graph you referenced shows quite a bit of variability which makes linearly extrapolating a bit dangerous. Following that same linear trend backwards, for example, would imply a 20% annual infection rate in 1700. If the data fit the linear trend more closely then that might be a reasonable conclusion but the R^2 is about 18% (very poor fit).


      5. Yeah, I would be curious to see what the measles rates are like in places where the vaccine was never administered (if there are any, as the WHO has it’s hands everywhere, even N Korea). It appears measles was trending down in the US despite the cyclical nature. I had thought it was a more of a steady up and down.

        There is the consideration that many adults’ vaccine antibodies have long ago waned and we might have tens of millions basically ‘unprotected’, yet these ‘outbreaks’ are minuscule compared to the past, so what is that about?

        And the fact there might be virus mutation along with numerous other strains, it’s hard to really guess what would have happened without vaccination.


  6. Do u know what vaccines they get at age 11 and what are the side effects from these such as HDHD and ODD or Autism? What could go wrong ? Im trying to choose to vax or not vax but it’s difficult


    1. You can find the vaccine schedule here. Then you can go here to see if you like the risks. And then go here to see if you think the vaccine ingredients are safe. And then go here to find out about the federal Vaccine Injury database. Keep in mind that some experts think less than 2% of vaccine injuries are reported. Good luck. Stay healthy. If you decide to forego vaccines, chiropractors are a wealth of health information.


  7. I loved your line “don’t forget their silly cholesterol medication for a made-up disease” Hope you don’t mind if I borrow it.


  8. I’m confused about the fact that they have determined that the measles cases are genotype b3 and whether or not the measles vaccine protects against that? My children are not vaccinated and are currently in direct contact with 3 kids in their school that are undergoing cancer treatments. I’m trying to compile some science based info to share with the principal of the school. Up until now, she’s been ok with my kids having a waiver form but I’m really concerned with all the media hype that she may start to waiver. This is a private school.


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