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Now, Sarah, when I asked Chris if parents in the UK still believe the deliberate lie and was there a cult that surrounds the myth, he said that unfortunately there is but that it was "less driven by fundamentalist religion and more by just plain ignorance or gullibility."

I agreed and replied that "most of the people who cling to this cult of no-vaccines do so from ignorance and not religious beliefs."

I added we "have Hollywood stars to thank for much of the drivel that passes for intelligent thought about science and government."

These people, and not all of them, who live in a fantasy world of believing in a Socialist Utopia where nobody has to work to eat and live also consider the rest of us as the "great unwashed" that live somewhere over which my private jet flies to get from the West Coast to the East Coast when I do shows or go to fabulous parties...things that "those people" (deplorables who probably voted for Trump) can never appreciate.

These people shout idiocies about vaccines and GMO foods and our Constitution and without benefit of any true knowledge or education on matters of import blog or podcast their opinions and beliefs to the people that they depend upon for their living, yet actually despise. We should not be taking our medical advice or political advice from the bubbleheads.

Those who believe beyond the possibility to be informed that vaccines cause autism often surround themselves with like-minded folk, who believe as fanatically as they do. They preach and promote this idea often using their grand personalities to sway the gullible. This is cult like activity.

I wrote this:

<<And, considering their stance on abortion and pedophilia, they can't actually be Christians, though they profess to be. >>

Their stance on abortion is "anytime and anywhere and paid for by our taxes." They stand up and cheer for pedophiles and some actively believe that there is no harm there. And we have seen how a pediophilic club existed in Hollywood. No, this is not Christian. It is not Humanistic either.

I did not call your opinions "drivel" but I do question that you consider yourself informed about vaccines and about autism.

You may conclude for yourself and as I suppose you did for your children that vaccines are unnecessary, but that only proves to me that you do not understand the Herd concept of having most children and adults vaccinated for deadly diseases. When the ratio of unvaccinated to vaccinated becomes too close then the Herd concept breaks down and we have outbreaks of deadly diseases that we thought were only in the nightmares of our ancestors.

If you preach this idea of no-vaccines because they cause autism and cancer, etc. then you are promoting them for others in hopes that they will do as you do. But, you say that you get some vaccines. Which are they? And why do you consider them to be safe? Did you have your children vaccinated? Did they have their children vaccinated?

If the schools and colleges refused to admit children because of lack of vaccinations, do you think this is evilL

-Jeanne

I get that ratio thing confused in my mind. Do I have it correct...anybody? "When the ratio of unvaccinated to vaccinated becomes too close then the Herd concept breaks down and we have outbreaks of deadly diseases that we thought were only in the nightmares of our ancestors."
"The Ox is slow, but the Earth is patient."

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jeanne53: Feb 28, 2019, 9:57 AM

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