Words are Powerful and They Mean Something


The term “unvaccinated,” its definition, and usage can feel wrong to many.

For some, like myself, it’s bypassing the scientific process and terminology.

Breastmilk vs formula is also skewed this way.

In honest science, we don’t compare the normal human body to a drug reaction, we compare a drug response to the normal human body.

With feeding an infant for example… Honest science would compare the experiment (formula) with the biological norm (breast milk). Being honest, we should state that, compared to breast milk, formula lowers IQ, reduces healthy gut flora, and increases the risk for many proven diseases later in life.

However, we are influenced to talk about this from a statistics perspective, which can take data and skew it to whichever viewpoint the company, organization, or individual wants us to “see” this from. Instead, we hear that breastfeeding “raises” the IQ, “increases” gut flora, “reduces” the risk for diseases… Which sounds lovely.

However, the reality is, it offers biologically normal/average health, intelligence, and disease resistance, while formula puts our children at risk.

So, too, does the term “unvaccinated” (meaning not vaccinated) take our biologically normal selves and imply that the vaccines are the “thing” to which we should be comparing normalcy, instead of being scientifically honest and using a term that notes vaccines are the experiment to which we are subjecting our biologically normal children.

That is why I don’t appreciate the term unvaccinated, and find it very wrong. It’s disingenuous.

All bodies simply BEGIN – then parents either choose to respect that biological normalcy, or they choose to place something inside of the human body without any existing medical reason in the individual.

When referring to whether or not my children are vaccinated, I respond that they are biologically normal, biologically whole, or biologically intact (except for my first child, whom I vaccinated until she was 3, and I recognized she is now biologically compromised because of the vaccines).

The CDC’ s Pink Book on vaccines is one huge reason I won’t vaccinate my children. Their own words clearly show immoral ingredients (aborted fetal cells), harmful ingredients (mercury and more), and admit to a host of vaccine reactions (including, but not limited to, death) that I’m not willing to inflict upon my children, especially when there is nothing wrong with their health.

Add to that the words omitted deliberately about vaccinations, now verified by whistleblower William Thompson, and there’s not much reason for me to trust this “health” organization.

Foremost, it’s my faith in God, His Truth, and His design of the human body, that prevents me from inflicting vaccines on another human being who has no current health issues. God Does Not Support Vaccines.

All of this because… words are powerful, and they really do mean something.

2 responses »

  1. Pingback: Words Are Powerful and They Mean Something, Part 2 | Beautiful Chaos

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