Publication: Journal of Biomedical Science Authors: V. K. Singh, S. X. Lin, E. Newell, and C. Nelson Background: Autoimmunity to the central nervous system (CNS), especially to myelin basic protein…
For those looking for ideas on what to put in your letter to Centrelink…
The following information was posted to the Fans of the AVN Facebook Page and is reprinted here with the permission of the original author. I am also trying to obtain a copy of the Statutory Declaration this mother gave to the two doctors who refused to vaccinate her child and will post that here when/if I am able to get the text.
For those who oppose coercive vaccination policies and want to convince the government that their discriminatory legislation will backfire, this may just be a quick, inexpensive option.
If you do go ahead and do this, please let me know by sending an email to me here.
I have posted my letter today back to Centrelink I had an appointment with a lawyer about it last week… here it is if anyone wants to do the same….
Dear Service Centre Manager
7834 Canberra BC ACT 2610
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“Near the top of [its] FAQ [page], as a strategy to protect infants, the CDC says to ‘make sure everyone around the baby is up-to-date with their pertussis vaccines.’ This ‘should reduce infection in babies’, the CDC claims. Then, further down the page, the CDC states (emphasis added):
‘Many babies who get pertussis are infected by older siblings, parents or caregivers who might not know they have the disease. If pertussis is circulating in the community, there’s a chance that even a fully vaccinated person of any age can catch this very contagious disease. But if you’ve been vaccinated, your infection is usually less serious.’
A little further down yet, the CDC acknowledges that ‘we can’t rely on herd immunity to protect people from pertussis’ in part because ‘acellular pertussis vaccines may not prevent colonization (carrying the bacteria in your body without getting sick) or spread of the bacteria’.
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“Cell-mediated immunity entails the system of white blood cells that attack if you unfortunately pick up a virus. And because you’ve never encountered this virus before, the virus will infect, or get inside, different bodily cells. For instance, it will infect the cells of your respiratory tract. Now your white blood cells attack these infected cells, devour them and spit them out. This whole process releases substances called cytokines, which produce the ill effects you feel when you get sick.
What we call being sick—fever, flu, mucus, cough, rash, etcetera is because of our cell-mediated immune system. The virus does not create the yucky symptoms you experience; they are compliments of your immune system. This is demonstrated clearly when you suppress somebody’s cell-mediated immune system with steroid drugs like prednisone and then infect them with a virus. They don’t get ‘sick.’ They might even die from the infection, but they…
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