Source: YourHHRS News
One Facebook photo. Five words. Thirty-six hours. Three million shares. Twenty-nine thousand likes. And sixty-seven thousand comments.
The man in the Facebook photo IS Facebook — its CEO Mark Zuckerberg. What he’s doing in the photo is holding his baby daughter. The caption explains: “Doctor’s visit — time for vaccines!”
One vaccination cyber war — coming right up.
• “Who is paying him to do this? I’ll bet that baby will get no vaccines — who is with me?”
• “Medical doctors are usually given very little education on vaccines in medical school, and the info they are given is generally from the pharmaceutical industry that makes the vaccines.”
• “Injecting newborns and infants with disease and neurotoxins is disgusting science that injures millions every year.”
Fortunately, some voices of reason break through:
• “Thanks for taking care of your baby (and other peoples’ babies!)”
• “Isn’t that a little responsible? I mean, don’t you want to help run the risk of bringing back preventable illnesses?”
• “My son has problems with his immunity. Therefore, he is protected when community around him has been vaccinated. Therefore, I am happy to see that other parents take the responsibility and vaccinate their kids.”
And that’s the bottom line: There are a number of babies who are injured by vaccines. But the number of babies vaccines don’t harm, plus the number of babies who would be infected by the non-vaccinated, outdistances them exponentially.
Vaccines prevent preventable diseases. That’s not brain surgery.