Why Do Pro-Vaxxers Keep Claiming Their Side of The Vaccine Debate is the Only Scientific One? February 9, 2015Posted by Bryce Shonka in Uncategorized.
Tags: anti-vax, measles, outbreak, polio, vaccination, vax
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I’ve been chuckling to myself, with a tint of sadness, at the number of intelligent people I know who seem to become absolutely mindless when the vaccine debate comes up. One of the most common comments from these otherwise sharp thinkers is that “it’s all settled science / 99% of scientists agree / anyone who questions vaccine info from the gov is an anti-vax nut job”.
So what if I told you there actually WAS science behind the other side of the debate, including science from government websites? Would you then stop and become a little more agnostic about this issue?
I particularly can’t believe how many pro-choice Feminists, who are quick to use the phrase “my body my choice”, unquestioningly support the opposite principle when it comes to the idea of mandatory vaccinations.
If you find my above statements inflammatory, take a moment and consider the possibility that you might be caught up in a massive perception control job at the hands of the ruling class.
Still reading? You might be open minded enough to handle this paper I found calling into effect the causal relationship between the polio vaccine and polio eradication.
Don’t like my source? That’s cool. You can do this one yourself. Just look up the year Polio vaccines were licensed for mass vaccination (1957) and then look at any chart showing Polio cases the last 100 years. If you are a free thinking human, what you see should be shocking to you.
Science? Here’s some:
All of this is from a dedicated Facebook user, gleaned from a comment thread:
There are 24 different measles genotypes or strains. The CDC did molecular characterization to determine the genotype implicated in the Disney outbreak, labeled “B3.”
MMR only targets “A.”
MMR is USELESS, does absolutely NOTHING for the 23 other strains.
This REFUTES the following:
1. Unvacd children are spreading measles
2. Everyone needs to be vacd
3. Measles vac protects against measles
Influenza Outbreak in a Fully Vacd Population — USS Ardent, Feb 2014
October 24, 2014 / 63(42);947-949
Morbidity – Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
Vaccinia Virus Infection After Sexual Contact with a Military Smallpox Vac — Washington, 2010
Weekly July 2, 2010 / 59(25);773-775
Toddler survives smallpox vaccine reaction
WASHINGTON | Fri May 18, 2007 11:02am EDT
(Reuters) – A two-year-old boy who developed a serious reaction to his father’s smallpox vac has recovered but disease detectives found infectious virus all over his house, the CDC and Prevention report
Transmission of mumps virus from mumps-vacd individuals to close contacts
Vol 29, Issue 51, 28 Nov 2011, Pages 9551-9556
doi:10.1016/j.vaccine.2011.09.100 | How to Cite or Link Using DOI
Man Infected With Smallpox-like Virus Through Sex
Varicella Shedding Up to Month After Zoster Vac (3-9-11)
Fecal shedding of rotavirus vac in infants following first dose of pentavalent rotavirus vac (revised 10 March 2011)
MMR Merck Package Insert
Sibling Transmission of Vac-Derived Rotavirus (RotaTeq) Assoc With Rotavirus Gastroenteritis (1-25-10)
RotaTeq (Rotavirus Vaccine, Live, Oral, Pentavalent)
(Recent major changes Shedding and Transmission (5.4) 09/2010 )
Detection of measles virus RNA in urine specimens from vaccine recipients
( J Clin Microbiol. 1995 September; 33(9): 2485–2488 )
Polio outbreak sparked by vac, experts say ( updated 10/5/2007)
Secondary Transmission of Varicella After Vaccination
FluMist Shedding Studies; sec. 14.5 MedImmune, LLC Package insert (May 2011)“…vac viruses capable of infection & replication can be cultured from nasal secretions obtained from vaccine recipients (shedding)…from table 6: last day of positive culture: 28
The highest proportion of subjects in each group shed one or more vac strains on Days 2-3 post- vaccination…”(((this data indicates that not more than 126 individuals were studied for not more than 28 days in any age group. )))
Breastfeeding May Transmit Vaccine Virus
(Excerpt): “….a previously healthy 5-week-old infant in Canada coming to the hospital with seizures on alternating sides after two days of fever and irritability. Spinal fluid tests indicated yellow fever, but the baby received no vacs, had no signs of insect bites and had no contact with infected individuals. However, when the infant was 10 days old, the mother received pre-travel vacs — incl one for yellow fever ..”
Flu (FluMist Intranasal) – Shedding (Section 5.4)
Chicken Pox (Varivax) – Shedding (Section 5.4)
Shingles (Zostavax} – Shedding (Section 5.2)
MMR Shedding (Page 5, Under Precaution)
Rotavirus (Rotarix)- Shedding (Section 5.4)
Smallpox (ACAM2000) – Shedding (Section 5.4)
http://m.cid.oxfordjournals.org/…/2014/02/27/cid.ciu105 Outbreak of Measles Among Persons With Prior Evidence of Immunity, N.Y. City, 2011
http://www.inquisitr.com/1801210/genotype-baltimore-mmr/ Baltimore infant receives measles like illness after MMR, tests pos for measles
http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2458/13/269 Local public health response to vac-associated measles: case report
http://www.thelancet.com/…/PIIS0140-6736(89…/abstract BROTHER-TO-SISTER TRANSMISSION OF MEASLES AFTER MEASLES, MUMPS, AND RUBELLA IMMUNISATION
http://www.sciencedirect.com/…/pii/S0264410X01004959… Detection of measles vac in throat of a vacd child
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/…/abstract;jsessionid… Vaccine-Assoc “Wild-Type” Measles
http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/00000359.htm… Measles Outbreak among Vacd
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC228449/ Detection of measles virus RNA in urine specimens from vaccine recipients.
http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/5134880 Measles Outbreak Traced To Fully Vaccinated Patient For First Time
Dr Blaylock (neurosurgeon)
Marcel Kinsbourne, M.D.
Vaccine side effect CDC
25 Studies- US Natl Library of Medicine Nal Inst of Health – link Autism to Vacs
Viva La Shutdown: Statists Panic, Others Celebrate October 1, 2013Posted by Bryce Shonka in federal government.
Tags: government shutdown
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There are people at Mother Jones who I respect. There are journalists there asking some tough questions about our Federal Government.
Tim Murphy is not one of those. Here’s his fear-mongering list that was supposed to freak me out until I demanded resumption of funding for our central government. I’ve copied his 48 points and added relevant information that causes me to feel quite the opposite.
“Here’s a quick guide to who and what will be most affected:”, Mr Murphy writes…
“Anyone who might get sick: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) would lack funding to support its annual flu vaccination program.”
Let’s put aside the evidence that Flu shots often result in delayed side effects and long-term injury, that the Flu Vaccine May Actually Make Flu Symptoms Worse, or that 23 seniors died after receiving this year’s flu shot sold by pharmacies. With a budget of $11.2 billion in 2013 alone, what has the CDC learned about HIV, cancer, influenza or even the common cold? The only thing I tend to hear from them is how important it is to take a flu shot.
“Military personnel: Barring last-minute congressional action, members of the armed forces would have their paychecks put on hold while they continue to work.”
I’m convinced that most fundamentalists that want to kill Americans around the world are mostly driven by the way we keep murdering their countrymen, family members and children in various ways from our 900 or-so military outposts across the planet. I would love to see the over $700 billion we’re currently spending on this be re-directed…hell, we could all have single payer health care for less than this amount. Despite all this Godzilla-like spending, bombs are still exploding and people are still losing their lives, in our republic and many others. I’m not concerned by the idea of drastically cutting back our defense spending, in fact it brings me a sense of relief.
“People who use boats: The Coast Guard will cut back on routine patrols and navigation assistance.”
Last year for SeaFair, Seattle’s largest boat oriented event, Coast Guard vessels and personnel were everywhere. The assault rifles carried on loading docks and the harassment by these Feds won’t be missed next summer, if the furlough goes that long. In one case, a CG member admitted that it was their job to “create an intimidating presence”. Wrong, it’s your job to defend the Constitution.
“Civilian defense employees: 400,000 Department of Defense employees will be given unpaid vacations.”
Similar to my point above regarding military personnel in general. The waste in the Pentagon has got to be staggering. Just before 9/11 it was revealed that the DoD had inexplicably lost track of Trillions of dollars…TRILLIONS. The Pentagon’s own auditors admit the military cannot account for 25 percent of what it spends.
“Family members of fallen soldiers: Death benefits for military families will be delayed.”
This one sucks. Unfortunately even when DC is running strong, vets and their families have been getting shafted by the US Gov far too often. I consider this an essential thing to spend on.
“Gun owners: During the 1990s shutdown, applications for gun permits were delayed due to furloughs at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.”
Hey gun control people- here it is! You get what you wanted. It now takes way more time to arm yourself…unless you are a criminal of course, in which case you aren’t going to be going through the ATF in the first place.
“Trees: Hundreds of US Forest Service workers face furloughs in California during peak forest fire season.”
Every year that I lived in Cali during fire season, it was brave local fire departments that were going out into the hills and fighting these blazes. There will be firefighters in California as there always has been.
“Visa applicants: Furloughs at the State Department’s Bureau of Consular Affairs mean tens of thousands of visa applications are put on hold.”
This gets us closer to my favorite immigration policy, which is an open borders approach.
“People traveling abroad: A shutdown would cause delays in the processing of passport applications.”
It’ll be interesting to see how this one shakes out. It already takes a couple months to get one.
“Sick people: The National Institutes of Health will not admit new patients unless ordered by the director.”
We’ve got the ACA now, so this is a moot point…right? Right?
“Factory workers: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration will halt regular inspections.”
OSHA is one of those agencies that creates a false sense of security. Since its inception, OSHA has referred only 151 cases to the Justice Department for prosecution. Of those 151 cases, most were not pursued and, as of 2011, only eight had resulted in convictions. The only oversight that will do this job is an engaged and critical populace, who are not afraid to boycott corporations that mistreat people.
“Hikers: All 401 National Park Service sites will be closed.”
This one is the stupidest of all. By closing the parks DC is preventing volunteer patrols by average people and leaving these precious lands abandoned and vulnerable. Furlough the staff, fine. Close the parks? Now only criminals will be inside.
“People who make money off tourists: Shuttered national parks are bad news for the hotels, restaurants, and other attractions that feed off them.”
Hopefully this isn’t as bad for them this time of year. There are still plenty of State Parks to enjoy, for those few who are able to vacation this time of year.
“Small business loan applicants: The Small Business Administration will furlough 62 percent of its workforce.”
Um…why is the Federal Gov handling small businesses in the first place? Can we not oversee this more efficiently and effectively at local levels?
Has the e-Verify program solved the ‘problem’ of undocumented workers? Hardly.
“Fountains: 45 of them will lose water.”
Oh no! Not the FOUNTAINS!!! All 45 of them! This is truly the death of the American Dream.
“People applying for mortgages: The Federal Housing Administration and the USDA won’t guarantee new loans.”
The USDA is involved in loans, in addition to protecting Monsanto? Who knew?
“Oil and gas exploration: The Bureau of Land Management will stop processing permits for oil and gas drilling on federal lands.”
This just sounds like a really good idea to me. I was sickened when the encroachment of Federal Lands began to ramp up under GW Bush’s watch 10 years ago.
“Chemical site facility security: Funding for Department of Homeland Security regulatory program ends October 4.”
The private security at those sites will undoubtedly continue, despite a lack of DHS regulatory oversight.
“FOIA requests: The Social Security Administration says it won’t respond to Freedom of Information Act Requests during the shutdown.”
Thanks to Mr Snowden, we’ve got enough government corruption evidence to sift through for another 10 years…this should not impede the efforts of whisteblowers, since going through official channels is currently disastrous for them anyway.
“Docents: All Smithsonian Institution museums in Washington, DC, will be closed.”
I’ve seen them. They kinda suck anyway, IMO. Go support your local museums.
“@CuriosityRover: 98 percent of NASA’s staff will be furloughed, and the agency’s website and live-streams will go dark.”
SpaceX has been basically shitting all over NASA for a decade, so I’d rather watch their feeds. Maybe some of those NASA guys can get on with Musk’s team and figure out how they are able to do things like this.
“Renewable energy permits: The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management will stop all new offshore renewable-energy projects.”
Oh, you mean the projects that the petroleum industry systematically destroys if at all successful?
“Campers: People living (or vacationing) in national parks and forests will have 48 hours to relocate.”
They are going to have their hands full asking these campers to leave.
“Animal voyeurs: Watch the National Zoo’s Panda-cam while you still can.”
American ideals are at stake, with the impending stoppage of the Panda-cam. I’m guessing China has one that can fill the void. How much does it cost to let a webcam run? Probably 4 cents a day.
“Native Americans: The Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement will suspend oversight of active and abandoned coal mines “primarily in Tennessee and on Indian lands.”
I’m sure the First Nation folks will be devastated to see fewer Federal employees on ‘their’ land (land that is still fully under Federal Control).
“Pesticide regulators: The Environmental Protection Agency will all but shut down at midnight.”
“Veterans pensions: The Department of Veterans Affairs says it will run out of funding for regular payment checks after a few weeks.”
This is awful, but again par for the course in terms of how our vets get (mis)treated.
“US Geological Survey researchers: The agency would stop most new scientific research and water analysis.”
Again- if there was any major breakthroughs coming from this agency, it didn’t make the papers. Universities will continue their research unimpeded.
“Disability payments: Although the VA will continue to provide medical care, disability payments may also be disrupted after a few weeks.”
Part 3 of our vets getting it in the rear with no lubricant…again.
“Winery permits: Couldn’t they take the wine coolers instead?”
Why, oh why is this not a State level concern in the first place? Is wine a national security matter, or just another example of the Interstate Commerce clause being shamefully abused.
“Ponies: The Bureau of Land Management’s wild horse and burro adoption programs would cease.”
“There’s some donkies. Let’s bring them back to the ranch.” “We CAN’T! We need the Feds to do that sort of thing!” Nonsense.
“Infectious disease surveillance: The CDC will be unable to track outbreaks and monitor infectious diseases at a local level.”
Finding e coli in spinach is a byproduct of massive, Federally sheltered industrial farming practices. While it’s nice that the CDC was there to clean up the Fed’s own mess, I’d much rather have sustainable food production able to flourish- something it can’t do under Federal regulatory measures like S 510 and others.
“People on food assistance: The USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) will stop making payments on October 1.”
I hate to see people having the rug yanked out from under them like this. I see this as far more of an essential expense than continuing to pay congress through the shutdown. How to avoid this? Here’s one man’s strategy.
“Food inspections: The Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration warned of “inability to investigate alleged violations” due to a lack of funding; food imports will also go unexpected.”
I think Murphy meant ‘uninspected’ there at the end, but who am I to question a professional journalist? Speaking of journalists, I trust them to blow the whistle on nasty food far more than our corruptible central government. Big food corporations can afford big payoffs to get preferential treatment. Buy local, know where your food comes from and you don’t need this expensive layer of ‘protection’.
“Automobile recall inspectors: “Routine defects and recall information from manufacturers and consumers would not be reviewed,” according to the Department of Transportation.
Consumer Reports, the internets…there is no way to make cars truly safe, but we have other ways of creating accountability.
“Food and drug safety research: The Department of Health and Human Services, which includes the FDA, will furlough 52 percent of its staff.”
THANK YOU for the wonderful news Mr Murphy! Maybe now vitamin manufacturers, herbalists, raw food suppliers, and other preventative health professionals can stop worrying about armed FDA thugs raiding their businesses. One can only hope this also means an end to DC cramming GMO crops and GM Salmon down our throats with no labeling or education on the effects of these experimental foods- not to mention dangerous pharmaceutical medications that regularly kill people who trust anything as long as it’s ‘FDA approved’. We’d be happier and healthier without the FDA- current state level efforts to increase food standards would finally succeed.
Squirtable batteries have nothing on this completed research. Bureaucratic incentives almost never result in DC’s efforts being cutting edge, unless the task is blowing things up. They are really, really good at that.
“Nuclear Regulatory Commission: The agency could furlough more than 92 percent of its employees next week, with much of the remaining staff handling inspections.”
I imagine States will respond by performing their own inspections, rather than sit and wait on the next Fukushima.
“People without heat: If the shutdown persists, it could affect the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, which funds heating assistance programs.”
Since the word ‘could’ is used, I’ll skip this one.
“Consumers: The Commodity Futures Trading Commission will furlough 652 of its 680 employees and maintain only a “bare minimum level of oversight and surveillance” to stop fraudulent practices.”
Again, they were not doing a bang up job of preventing fraud in the first place. In fact, they’ve left behind this handy guide, so we can take responsibility for our own financial reality.
‘People trying to pay taxes: The Internal Revenue Service will shutter its tax hotline, and stop processing tax payments.’
What? Noooooo!!! Khaaaaaaaaaaaaan!!!! Your state and local governments, i.e. those that provide most of your basic quality of life services will be happy to collect your taxes as usual.
“College students: Cutbacks at the Department of Education could slow Pell grant and student-loan payments.”
This will suck for current students dependent on these programs- but it might just reverse the trend of ever inflating tuition, which would be a BIG net positive and bring education back to within reach of everyone.
“Economists: The Bureau of Economic Analysis will cut back on its data collection.”
If this means Paul Krugman does less work and vacations more, I’m in full support.
“Welfare recipients: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families—welfare—runs out of funding on October 1, although individual states may pick up the tab.”
Somebody will step in. Americans know how to take care of each other, we’ve just been told for so long that Big Brother is in charge that it’s been a while since we’ve seen it. Bonus is community based support rises from these ashes, which would be much better.
“Head Start: The child development program, already hammered by the effects of sequestration, will stop doling out new grants on October 1.”
“Air monitoring: A 94 percent reduction in staff won’t leave the EPA much room to enforce its new carbon regulations.”
Regulations that can be sidestepped through the trade of carbon credits? Seems legit. Time to recall that the most egregious polluter in the US is the Federal Government Itself. Every day that bad boy remains shut down should elicit applause from environmental advocates.
“Golf: Courses at National Park Service sites will close for the shutdown. So at least we have that going for us.”
Because golf is evil and only the baby-eating GOP types use them…is that your point Mr Murphy?
I just got a LOT happier- VIVA LA SHUTDOWN!
There’s a Way to Fix It March 14, 2013Posted by Bryce Shonka in economy, Hyperlocal, Localism.
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What’s amazing is that there’s a way to fix it. To fix all of it- in a very short period of time.
I’m talking about condensing humankind in ways that are so distorted, the vast majority of the world’s treasure and power are now held in the top 5% of all human beings. The top one percent controls 40% of everything. It’s true, the number of people who rule over your existence are really that few.
It’s also true that they could not have done it without you.
Here is an approach we could use to change it all. It doesn’t matter, because you won’t do it. Your neighbor won’t and probably a significant portion of your immediate family would think you were crazy for even talking about it.
Instead, most of us give the current system our consent.
We vote with our dollars, every day. We vote for the very ‘evil corporations’ that we say we want to see disappear. We enable their very existence through our direct action.
Your individual direct action is likely to constitute the most power you’ll hold in this lifetime.
What if tomorrow you & your local community:
- Began to spend every dollar you could, regardless of the price point, on goods that produced within 100 miles, complemented by a larger network from other regions. This would likely involve re-use and repair instead of buying new imported goods.
- Innovated the manufacture our own electronic devices locally. With something called a 3D printer, plastic objects could be manufactured as needed locally, instead of traveling across the Pacific. Open source projects such as Ubuntu already allow outdated laptops to become new again. In this way, old devices can be reborn instead of thrown out.
- Produced as much food as we could, using our yard space and trading it with local mobile apps. Right now only 2% of our population is involved with producing food and most areas are capable of local micro-farming.
- Created a local currency to further trade in this new local economy, which also has the benefit of protecting your savings from losing value via inflation.
We don’t have to figure out or understand the mess at the top if we start at the bottom and work up from there. These concepts are based on some simple economic facts-
- More things produced locally means more local jobs
- The more local jobs there are, the less money goes to ‘evil corporations’
- The large globalist consumer schemes that are wreaking havoc on our bank accounts, the integrity of our government and the earth’s natural resources can only exist if you participate
Where we spend our dollars determines the future- if only we could all practice this and give ourselves what we want- better jobs, economic stability and communities of neighbors that know each other, instead of just driving past each other each day.
If we could set our beautiful Pacific Northwest on this course- it could all improve so quickly…
I almost forgot… January 13, 2013Posted by Bryce Shonka in Uncategorized.
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What it was like to just write…like no one was reading…
But it feels great…
Tags: abortion, conservative, constitution, freedom of religion, liberal, marijuana, tenth amendment
Diversity is absolutely the heart and soul of the Tenth Amendment movement. People seem to really like the idea of a political
camp that includes ALL of the diverse, minority groups that stand to gain from the protection of the 10th Amendment.
An alliance that puts gun rights people along side of gay marriage groups, abortion activists, supporters of marijuana legalization and constitutional scholars is an alliance showing the kind of diversity that this nation was founded to serve.
Who were the first Americans if not members of a diverse collection of minorities, cultural and philosophical misfits who were tired of central planners deciding their fate?
June 11, 2009
Obama’s Achilles Heel: Banksters in the White House April 5, 2009Posted by Bryce Shonka in economy, federal government, history, media, news, politics, recession.
Tags: AIG, Bailout, bank, bill moyers, Bonus, corruption, financial, fraud, geithner, obama, recession, scandal, Summers, treasury, william black
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I like President Obama. My opinion is that he is an honest politician, with good intentions- a rare thing. The appointees for his cabinet however, made me groan out loud. The longer certain members of Barack’s staff are allowed to continue whispering into his ear, the greater the potential for disillusionment amongst the Hope Movement. In a groundbreaking interview on PBS’ ‘Bill Moyer’s Journal’, Author and former S & L watchdog William Black discusses the ugly truth about the financial crisis and those within the Obama administration who have taken an active roll in ‘managing‘ the aftermath. I invite you to watch the interview below, if you think you can handle the truth…My advice? If you love Obama, then fight to have these crooks removed from his team. (more…)
Merrill Lynch Bonus Scandal Exposes Inefficacy of US Media March 31, 2009Posted by Bryce Shonka in economy, federal government, media, news, politics, recession.
Tags: $3.6 billion, Bailout, Bank of America, Bonus, Corporate Media, Journalism, Mainstream Media, Merrill Lynch, news, Reporting, TARP
Way to go Frenchies.
It seems that the first article that Google indexed on the $3.6 billion in (TARP funded) bonuses paid out to Merrill Lynch employees was published by none other than the Agence France-Presse. Merrill Lynch paid out nearly 22 times as much as AIG did and yet until now avoided almost any of the damning feedback AIG has experienced recently. My hat is off to AFP for bringing this news of American taxpayer abuse before even a mention in the illustrious New York Times. Has American reporting really slipped this much since Woodward & Bernstein took down Nixon? (more…)
Phone Call to the Fourteenth Century March 16, 2009Posted by Bryce Shonka in comedy, history.
Tags: comedy, history, Kasper Hauser, phone call to the 14th century, podcst, sketch comedy
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Impart as much useful knowledge as you can to a resident of the 14th century, in one minute — GO!
Peter Schiff: “Why Was Anyone Surprised By the Crash?” March 16, 2009Posted by Bryce Shonka in economy, federal government, great depression, media, peter schiff, politics, recession.
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