Dare to Question: One Parent to Another
by Ted Kuntz, M. Ed.
Watch the AVN's interview with the author, Ted Kuntz, on Under the Wire.
The vaccine experiment is based upon the assumption that injecting a mixture of complex biological substances will protect humans from infectious diseases. While there is evidence that some vaccines have been effective in the suppression of some infectious diseases (measles, chicken pox, whooping cough), the total impact of the artificial stimulation of the immune system on overall health is not well understood or established.
The artificial immunization program was developed in an era when virtually nothing was known about the impact of injecting these complex biochemical substances on organ systems, the neurological system, the immune system, and at the cellular level. Today there is substantial evidence of the harm caused by injecting vaccine ingredients.
As more and more evidence of adverse events and injury from vaccination is acknowledged, including death, there is a growing movement to modify the official CDC vaccine schedule.
Is it reasonable to consider a modified or delayed vaccine schedule in response to vaccine injury and death, or is it time to question everything about the vaccine program?
This is a plea from one parent to another - dare to question.