Christans Would knowing the ingredients to vaccination and still vaccinating your child be considered hate for the child?
Topic: Christans Would knowing the ingredients to vaccination and still vaccinating your child be considered hate for the child?
January 19, 2020 / By Ethna Question:
“[Ingredients include] sucrose, phosphate, glutamate, gelatin, monosodium L-glutamate, sodium phosphate dibasic, potassium phosphate monobasic, potassium chloride, sodium phosphate monobasic, EDTA, residual components of MRC-5 cells including DNA and protein, neomycin, fetal bovine serum, human diploid cell cultures (WI-38), embryonic guinea pig cell cultures, [and] human embryonic lung cultures.”
Theses ingredients are more dangerous then the actual thing they are preventing. Animals get tumors from these ingredients, but here we are inserting it willingly into children?
And for all who wish to answer..
Best Answers: Christans Would knowing the ingredients to vaccination and still vaccinating your child be considered hate for the child?
Claudie | 7 days ago
Well, I notice the "human diploid cells" which means in fact, cells from human aborted fetuses. And "human embryonic lung cultures." That is enough for me. I am not getting injected with the cells of human babies that were destroyed for that very purpose.
I wouldn't inject a child with that either.
Neither chickenpox nor shingles is a deadly disease, but even if it were, I would not buy my health with the death of another.
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Originally Answered: I have forgot to put my child's homework in my child's book bag 2 times out of 6 months and now my child has to go to Saturday school.?
It's a difficult one. Whilst your daughter is still a young child, she is at the stage where she should learning to take responsibility for certain things. The school are probably trying to teach her that it should be her job to put her homework in her bag and not mummy's.
That said, the punishment does seem a little harsh for a relatively minor offence. Also, I don't think it should be as black and white as an "x strikes and you're out" policy, as there are a number of reasons why children may fail to bring their homework in. Plus, the good students who do bring their homework in on time may come to fear the inevitable occasion where they do forget it.That's one of the main reasons why blanket policies such as this can be a bad idea in schools-they punish the good kids when they make the odd mistake, and that's never good for morale.
Phosphate- A common molecule; essential to all life (including the backbone of DNA and the production of biological energy)
Glutamate- The most common bio-organic amino acid
Gelatin- A common ingredient in jelly and ice-cream
Monosodium L-glutamate- A salt form of Glutamate
Sodium phosphate dibasic- A common salt-based food ingredient
Potassium phosphate monobasic- A common phosphorus supplement
Potassium chloride- A common potassium supplement
Sodium phosphate monobasic- Another common phosphorus supplement
EDTA- A common medication used to treat metal toxication (also a soft-drink ingredient)
Neomycin- An antibiotic
None of the rest are “ingredients”. They are involved in the cultivation of the virus and vaccine. There may be some residual remnants not filtered out during the process, but none are inherently harmful to humans. 3 of the 5 you mentioned are human cell lines – and therefore not inherently toxic to humans. The FBS provide nutrients to the cultures.
Toxicity is about dose/concentration. Nothing on this list poses significant risk to humans at the prescribed doses.
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In cases such as these, benefits versus risks are always assessed and observed. Vaccinations can and do save lives but that doesnt mean that they dont also have the capability to cause issues.
Just discuss the risks and benefits with your medical care providers and make an informed decision. In some cases such as public schools. certain vaccinations are required by law.
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You know what's really dangerous for children? Whooping cough. And rubella. Smallpox, rotavirus, hepatitis A & B, measles, polio, and diphtheria all crippled or killed millions of children in the United States alone. That wasn't very long ago.
In fact, thanks to parents refusing to vaccinate their children, mumps is making a comeback. Not vaccinating your child is extremely irresponsible, and I'd say it not only shows indifference to the well-being of your own child, but indifference to the well-being of every other child that your child comes into contact with.
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These things cause tumours in animals when they are tested in vast amounts, as required by FDA test protocols to determine the risk/dosage spectrum.
The amount used in a vaccine is minuscule.
And if you think that is more dangerous than polio or smallpox, you're a fcuking retard.
How quickly they forget the vast human suffering from just 60 years ago....
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Perhaps you don't understand because you have never lived in a world where you know you are going to die a painful and horrific death because your neighbor has just come down with black plague, small pox, or cholera and you have no idea how these diseases spread or how you can protect yourself.
Luckily, medical science has figured out how to stop these killers which were once all too common.
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Originally Answered: Why do Christans hate Gay and lesbian people so much?
Real christians don't. It's the fraudulent ones who wrap religion around their homophobia in a futile effort to make it look respectable who do the hating. By those actions, they repudiate everything for which the christian church claims to stand.
Anyone who tells you that being gay is a sin is a victim of the largest and oldest con job on earth. It is well known that all 6 (6. Count 'em. 6 out of thousands) of the so-called "anti-gay" verses were mistranslated and misinterpreted multiple times over the centuries, either through simple error or from political expedience. Here's how to read them they way they were actually written: http://www.believeoutloud.com/boltoday/2...
There, see? Not one word of those is actually "anti-gay". Not. One. Word.
The Bible is and always has been a tool for political control. This is less important today in literate Western Society, but in a preliterate Society, it was critical tool for controlling the population. "Translation errors" which made the ruler's job easier were inserted into holy works routinely. In the case of homophobia, they were inserted because the early church needed vast numbers of worshipers in order that it could compete against the established religions of the day. The best way to get those new worshipers was to breed them, and thus "be fruitful and multiply" came into being. Sometime during the past 2000 years we've forgotten the reason why and now all that remains in the religion's institutional memory is the manufactured "fact" that being gay is evil.
Think about it. Jesus was supposed to have travelled all over the place, healing the sick, curing the crippled and generally tossing miracles around left and right. Why then, in all that time was he never once shown "curing" a gay person? There he was, hanging around with 12 other dudes, oiling each other up and generally having a fun time and what was he saying? "Love thy neighbour." "By their fruits shall ye know them." "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone." and the biggie: "Judge not, that ye be not judged." Not once did he ever say anything about being gay. Not. One. Word.