I Refuse to Vaccinate... Here's Why.
I know what you're probably thinking. OMG, another blog post about vaccines causing autism, seriously?! Nope -- that's not what I'm here to talk about (not today anyway 😉). Right now I want to talk about my moral issue with vaccines and why I have to say no to vaccinating Aimery, regardless of (almost) everyone else throwing a fit about it. Let's talk about my faith for a second.
I'm a Christian
I don't talk about it much on my blog or Instagram. Why? Because growing up I really struggled with people constantly pushing their faith at me. So I have decided to live my life showing the love of Christ through my actions. I want people to see that I am a Christian through the way that I help and love others. But today I need to talk about being Christian, because it is the foundation of why I have chosen to not vaccinate Aimery. Because of my morals, I can not vaccinate Aimery in good conscious.
Vaccines contain ABORTED FETAL TISSUE
Some of you maybe know about this. Some of you probably had no idea (I didn't know until a few months ago). And some of you are sitting there yelling "yeah, but the process eliminates them!" So are aborted baby parts in your child's vaccines or not?
Let's first talk about the process of creating a vaccine. In order to make a vaccine, a virus has to be created in fetal embryo fibroblast cells. The reason being that viruses apparently grow better in cells from humans then those of animals. It is true that the first vaccines were made from two babies that were only growing in the womb for vaccine purposes. Yes, you heard me correctly. Living babies, some even after the first trimester, were killed so that way the rest of us can be vaccinated [source]. One example being that the reason we have the Rubella vaccine was because two parents decided to have a baby and ABORT IT just for the purpose of creating the Rubella vaccine. [source]. The same embryonic cells taken from those babies are still growing in laboratories and used to create the vaccines we use today.
The "elimination" process -- or not elimination
Now, many people who know this will still continue to vaccinate their children because they believe that all the fetal cells die during the process of creating a vaccine. After all, thats probably what your pediatrician told you, right? WRONG.
Scientists use the Hayflick Limit to decide when all cells probably die during the elimination process. Let's start with a definition. The Hayflick Limit, also known as the Hayflick phenonom, is the number of times a normal human cell population will divide until cell division stops. Scientists say they use the Hayflick Limit during the "elimination process" of fetal cells in vaccines, when in reality they only divide the cells up to around 50 times. Many cells will be able to go through many more cell divisions and will therefore, stay alive in the vaccines. [source] So to answer your question, yes, some aborted fetal cells are still alive in vaccines.
Still not convinced?
Let me ask you this, have you read the Center for Disease Control and Prevention vaccine ingredient list? Abortive baby parts are listed as ingredients for vaccines. Tell me, why would CDC include this if it wasn't actually in vaccines? If abortive cells are on the vaccine labels -- then they are in the vaccines. Don't let anyone else tell you different.
As of today, there has been at least 27 vaccines reported that contain aborted baby cells, protein, and DNA. Some of these vaccines include Adenovirus, Polio, Dtap/Polio/HiB Combo, Hep A, Hep A/Hep B Combo, MMR, MMRV Pro Quad, Rabies, Varicella, Shingles, Ebola, HIV, tuberculosis, malaria, and influenza vaccines, and so many more that haven't been reported but we ALL know that they are in there.
Your rights in the United States
Almost everywhere in the US allows you to submit a religious or philosophical exemption for daycares and schools, except for Mississippi and West Virginia. You can find all the information you need on the National Conference of State Legislatures website.
Your rights in Canada
Canada makes it easier then the states to have the choice of whether or not to vaccinate your child. In fact, only two providences (Ontario and New Brunswick) have legislation concerning vaccines.
Ontario daycares: Statement of Conscience or Religious Belief for Individual – Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014
New Brunswick daycares/schools: Statement of Conscience or Religious Belief: Immunization of School Pupils Act
I'm not here to hate people who read this post and still decide to vaccinate their children. My only hope is that this post allows you to be more educated on the reality of what you are giving your children whenever you take them to get vaccinated. Only you can decide whether or not to vaccinate your baby, just know that you have a CHOICE.