Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Aborted Babies Used To Make The MMR Vaccine!




Did that get your attention?  I bet it did.  I also bet many of us never knew, that yes indeed, those wonderful people who develop vaccines to 'protect' us, use cells from murdered babies in order to develop their vaccines!

Nice huh?  Thank you to Elizabeth and Twinkle Toes who provided me with links and after I felt the Lord showing me this issue again and again...I decided to research the vaccinations used within Ireland.  I was shocked to discover that even our Irish vaccines do use cells from murdered babies!  I have discovered that our MMR (yes that one again!)  manufactured here for us by GSK does appear on this list which states very clearly that it does contain aborted fetal tissue!  Did you just hear me?  We are allowing doctors to inject a vaccine incubated in cells from a poor murdered baby, into our children!

I have talked about this issue within my own immediate and extended family and yet no one appears to be disturbed by this?  Do they think I am making this up?  It saddens me.  We need to all stop being so afraid of our 'big brother' governments and doctors!  We are our children's parents...a God given authority!  I've said this so many times and I may say it many more:  Educate yourself and keep your family safe!


12 comments:

Stacie, A Firefighter's Wife said...

That is disgusting!

Twinkle Toes said...

So sad, but it seems to be that way here too. I would think all Christians would be horrified and appalled by the fact that several vaccines use aborted babies to grow them, but most people just don't seem to care :(

Chelle said...

That is horrible. But yes it's true. Aborted babies are also used in some make-up. Like cover up and eye shadow. I am not kiding. They really do. You would be shocked at what they use aborted babies in. If I can find it I have alist.

Nina said...

I have not heard of this before but if it is true then it is disgusting, I let my oldest have the mmr vaccination as I believed I was doing the best for her, however my youngest has not yet received his and I'm now having doubts. How can you find out which vaccine is being used? Would you have to approach your local health authority? X

sarah in the woods said...

This was the deciding factor for us. Studying the vaccine debate, both sides seemed so convincing, but the thought of having anything to do with babies being aborted was just too much.

Sarah said...

Chelle - I would be so thankful if you were able to locate the list and share with me. Alternatively I could look it up when I get some extended time.

Nina - It is so shocking, but true! I am constantly amazed with how low "Big Pharma" will go to extract the biggest profit! I have two links for you to check out (just copy and paste them into your address bar):

I do not advocate the advice given in the first link, however it does give a list of commonly used vaccines used within the UK which come from aborted fetal cell lines.

http://www.dgwsoft.co.uk/homepages/vaccines/alternatives.htm

http://www.cogforlife.org/vaccineList.pdf

The second is the repeated list of whih vaccines use aborted fetal cell lines. You may be able to get a list from your GP or local health authority stating which ones they use and then compare it with this list like I did. I also googled any vaccines which the Irish health authorities use and checked them individually via the internet.

Hope that helps Nina!

Sarah said...

Loving all the 'dislikes'...

Jessi said...

I have know about this and I'm so glad I found out the truth about vaccinations before I have kids. Most vaccinations are not good for you, they weaken your amune system, and cause so many other problems! Thank you for exposing this, people need to think twice before injecting all kids of junk into their children! It's sad so many people just don't care even when they find out.

Anonymous said...

Here is a pretty good explanation of a complicated issue. Vaccines do not contain aborted fetal tissue, although an abortion in 1966 was involved.. kind of.

I encourage everyone who reads here to educate themselves about the issue using nonbiased, scientific fact rather than some (maybe educated, maybe not) guy with a website.

Jessi, vaccines do not weaken your immune system (yes, that IS how you spell it); they strengthen it. There are good reasons not to get vaccines, but that, unfortunately, is not one of them.

Sarah said...

Anonymous it is obvious from your comment that you yourself, have not researched this topic thoroughly. There are NO scientific evidences that are un-biased...as it will always be from one persons/companys point of view! However this information is a FACT despite whether it is from a pro-life perspective or not. There is no 'kind of' about this issue...

Vaccines also DO weaken your NATURAL immune system! Look at the statistics.

There are natural (God given) ways to boost your childs immunity, such as: Breastfeeding, not giving antibiotics, a healthy diet (including good natural fats, dairy and meats), fresh air, exercise, proper amounts of sleep, love and a little bit of playing in the dirt too! All of my children are healthy and happy and I have not had to take any of them to the doctors office for years!

Margaret said...

Leave it to me to pick a controversial subject to leave my first comment on. :) We disagree on this one, but your blog is still going in my favorites list. :D

We do vaccinate. And I do believe you should have the right and the choice not to do so. In this country it is a blessing and a privilege that the threat of some of these diseases is so low, and that our lifestyle is so abundant, that the risk of catching them is so low, and the risk of dying from them is much lower than it would have been 100 years ago. So more power to you.

And we do all the lovely immunity boosting things you mention in your comment above. :) We certainly agree on the benefits of those things. Left to myself, I might go for a delayed vax schedule and skip some altogether. However, I am married to someone born and raised in a developing nation, and who did not have the benefit of growing up as safe as we did. It is only in recent years that polio has been nearly eradicated in his country, and that was through vaccinations. He saw the effects of polio first hand, and he watched the effects of vaccination--he's as pro-vax as they get, and I see his point.

I do believe, however, that care needs to be taken in making arguments. Babies were not and are not aborted *in order* to supply parts for vaccines. Over 4 decades ago, the tragic and IMO wrong advice to abort babies due to the Rubella outbreak played a part in early MMR vaccine development, this is true. However, after the first generation of those cells being cultivated in the lab, they were no longer "dead baby cells", but artificially reproduced kidney cells. After over 4 decades of this artificial cultivation in a lab setting, I see a slight (OK, more than slight) difference between those cells and say, the cells of a baby brutally aborted yesterday and whipped up into a batch of vaccines, then injected into our children.

Now, can someone have a valid ethical objection to the use of those artificially reproduced cells 40+ years removed from their origin? Absolutely. However, I am not of the mindset that if something good comes from something bad, that it justifies the bad. God himself makes good from bad on occasion. Sometimes even the most wretched and vile and unjustifiable acts, years down the road, turn out to have an unexpected benefit spring out of them. To recognize that benefit does not lessen the moral weight of the original wrong done.

Sarah said...

Even though we disagree Margaret, I am so glad that you chose to comment on this post with grace and kindness! You are a breath of fresh air this week!

You surely are an example on how to respectfully disagree with someone on their own blog! :)