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Anti-Vaccine Mom Is Super Disappointed In Her Daughter When She Decides To Protect Herself Against Disease

By Nadine / dimanche 4 mars 2018 05:30
FML for the mom whose daughter is too smart to be part of that family. Is she anti DNA testing as well? Because we think the daughter should check that, too.

You don't always get to know what's going on in the heads of the people who don't support the things that just seem to be obvious to everyone else. You don't even often get to see it on social media, as it's usually diluted by people with different opinions, attacking them for being so dangerously ignorant. This can be said about a plethora of topics, but for today's sake, it's about vaccines.

We can't say that this mom didn't do anything right. She clearly raised one heck of a smart daughter for being able to think for herself and protect her body and the bodies of those around her. According to Bored Panda, when the daughter turned 19 she decided to make the decision for herself. She made her own doctor's appointment for the 6 vaccines she needed to keep herself healthy and safe. 

However, in the case of this mom, the discussion about her disappointment in her daughter was actually not interrupted by anyone else, only people who agreed with her. We're guessing it was part of some kind of anti-vaccine mom group, because the insanity runs deep in this post. Want a peak into crazy town? Well, here you go.

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By  GMSP  |  18

Don't hate me for saying this but I hope everybody that agreed with the mom has a small averse reaction to getting a disease that we've had herd immunity to for decades.

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My parents gave me and my sisters all vaccines. We’re fine. So are millions of other people who take vaccines. Some have reactions, yes, but isn’t that a small price to pay to stop millions of people dying from preventable diseases? I don’t understand the logic of people like you.

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  kazekai8  |  9

I know right there is a case in a Texas neighborhood where there is a anti vaccination mom decided not to vaccinate her kids and end up spreading measles at a kindergarten then end up infecting 3 neighborhoods causing a cdc level of quarantine. Now the mom is getting her ass sued and the child protection services taking her kids away. Remember the term herd immunity people and don't be asinine just vaccinate is not hard at all.

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If herd immunity existed then the non-vaccinated kids would not get any diseases!!! Herd immunity claims that if enough people are immune to disease then the "herd" will protect those who aren't. So please explain how the woman's kids got infected!!! FFS think about it!!

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  jbuckets_404  |  34

onceuponatime456: Herd immunity isn't foolproof (nor effective if too few people are immunized), but actual immunization is! (Except for statistical outliers, of course.)

Does this mean that you nonetheless disapprove of your parents having obviously saved your own life by having you vaccinated? (Can you say, "Hypocrite?")

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  pjsr  |  31

The non-vaccinated USUALLY don’t get any diseases, because the rest of us got vaccinated. They don’t get smallpox because the rest of us are vaccinated, so there’s no smallpox for them to catch. Then they brag, claiming their kids are healthier, when there is no evidence to support those claims.

By  GMSP  |  18

Don't hate me for saying this but I hope everybody that agreed with the mom has a small averse reaction to getting a disease that we've had herd immunity to for decades.

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  QueenSaru  |  24

@Kimberly You sound like one of those parents who yell, "NO BIRTH CONTROL OR SEX ED FOR MY CHILDREN! They're not going to have sex until marriage!" and then their kid is fifteen and pregnant and they can't understand how it happened...

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  acmariner99  |  18

Directed at Kimberley ... some people do have adverse reactions to vaccines. The people around you being vaccinated reduces the chance of you getting infected if you can’t get vaccinated for genuine medical reasons. If fewer people have immune protection, which vaccines are designed to stimulate, it increases the number of vectors for infection. Vaccines have eradicated smallpox and polio, but thanks to antivaxxers, measles is making a comeback.

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  GinGin92  |  18

The sad thing is, none of these people will get those diseases, because their parents vaccinated them. They get to make these decisions for their children without ever having experienced the negative consequences themselves. They're all too young to remember the ravages of polio before the vaccine, but old enough that this anti-vax crap wasn't really a thing yet when they were kids.

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  fabs1171  |  22

@kimberley the MMR doesn’t cause autism, the chemicals you speak of are also found naturally occurring in the foods we eat. Even if your child/ren are virgin brides/grooms their partners may not be thus exposing them to HPV but sure, continue to stick your head in the sand about it.

BTW, I’m curious as to how you ‘nearly died’ from a vaccine. Did you report it to VAERS? Did you receive compensation from the vaccine injuries court? Anyhoo, good luck with your kids and their virginity.

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  acmariner99  |  18

Sigh ... immunity doesn’t mean you can’t get sick. So unvaccinated people can transmit pathogens. What it does mean is that if a vaccinated person gets infected, their immune system can destroy the pathogen before symptoms arise and/or before that person is contagious themselves. Applying this principle to a large group and you have drastically reduced the ability of the pathogen to travel, reducing its ability to infect other people or destroys the pathogen outright because that is what our immune systems do thereby reducing the number of infectious agents and protecting those who can’t have this protection themselves. Not vaccinating for lousy reasons gives pathogens a place to grow and spread since the host has to build the proper defenses in the midst of active infection. Fewer immunized people mean more vectors for infection, which mean a more prevalent pathogen, which means those who have shots can have their defenses overwhelmed with enough exposure or their immune systems aren’t as good as some others.

By  NostalgiaFreak9  |  39

What amazes me is that these people are willing to put their child at risk for contracting easily preventable diseases because of bullshit they read in an article from the University of Google for a good 10 minutes, and these people come from developed countries where most vaccines are accessible to most. Meanwhile, there are people in third world countries who still suffer from these preventable diseases because the vaccines for them don't exist out there, and they would probably do anything to get their children and themselves vaccinated. They probably wouldn't give a damn about the slim risks or the bullshit claim that they cause autism.

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  ohsnapword  |  20

Don't knock Googling. You can get the same education that 7 years of medical training provides in 15 minutes of Googling.

By  swervelol  |  26

The last line kills me, “somebody she deems more educated” I mean sure they only went to medical school and have a degree but what the hell would a doctor know that she wouldn’t.

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  Vlad Vultur  |  8

Ikr , I don't have any experince or a degree in medication I just say what I see on the internet but he just seems more educated bc he has both experince and a degree in medication

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  sixtus1973  |  23

We could reduce the cost of our health care system by firing doctors with high salaries and hiring concerned moms who have done their research at Google University and, therefore, are more educated.

Some will agree some will not. What you decide to give your child is your choice; however, remember that your choice affects every single parent around you. Every time you choose not to vaccinate, you put someone else's child at risk. all because you are afraid of something you read on google.

By  ohsnapword  |  20

I fully support ant-vaxxers and their efforts to resume evolution of humans as a species.
Diseases that we once thought were eradicated will come back and kill off the weak of mind and body, leaving behind only the fittest to carry on the human race.

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  storm74  |  9

you have an acute misunderstanding of what anti-vaxxers believe. they believe the vaccines themselves cause things like autism. it has nothing to do with the evolution of the human race.

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  ohsnapword  |  20

Yes. They made their bed.

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  ohsnapword  |  20

I'm fully aware of their reasoning for being against vaccines.

By  LadyRen  |  16

I hope they all get whooping cough and die coughing to death while a doc holds an injection in front of them:

“This would have saved you from this fate years ago. Too bad now you have to die of your stupidity. Say hi to Satan”.

NATURAL SELECTION
If all anti vaxers die of preventable diseases they’ll be none left!

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