Here it is – I know not everyone agrees about vaccines, and that’s O.K. But what isn’t O.K. is when a government agency meant to prevent the spread of disease (well, at least that’s what they say openly) tells mothers to stop doing one thing that has mountains of evidence behind it to prove that it is not only beneficial, but vital to an infant’s health.
When you think the CDC might be corrupt, as evidenced from recent whistle-blowing facts, you don’t always realize just how deep and dark that corruption truly can be. The news that not one, but ten researchers from the CDC’s National Centers for Immunization and Respiratory Disease (NCIRD) released a paper arguing that because the immune-boosting effects of breastmilk inhibit the effects of the live oral rotavirus vaccine, nursing mothers should delay breastfeeding their infants is stupefying.
Although this paper does not recommend that mothers stop breastfeeding, it does advise them to delay nursing at the time that the vaccine is administered. At least there isn’t advice to stop breastfeeding completely.
In a seemingly weak attempt to remain scientifically unbiased, the researchers do point out that there are other ways for boosting a vaccine’s efficacy.
The researchers make the most ignominious admittance that:
- Breastmilk counters the live vaccine, they’ve shown that breastmilk counters the virus.
- When a baby’s body is fighting the live vaccine virus, it means they are fighting the virus itself. Proof, yet again that the human immune system, when supported through natural means like breastfeeding, is expert at defending itself.
If the CDC were not beholden to big pharmaceutical companies, who make billions off of unproven, unnecessary vaccines every year, then they would never be telling women to stop giving their babies immune-boosting breastmilk.
The CDC should be encouraging mothers to breastfeed, not telling them to stop so that their children can be given vaccines full of questionable adjuvants, and some that have been proven, by yet other whistle-blowers like Pfizer’s president who says that vaccines don’t work – to contain many health damaging ingredients.
This also means that the CDC’s researchers are assuming that the vaccine is better for the baby than breastfeeding. They’re assuming that the vaccine is safe.
The researchers also compared the breastmilk from mothers in India, South Korea, Vietnam, and the U.S. Indian mothers had the most potent breastmilk in fighting the vaccine, while U.S. moms had the weakest. Is it any wonder with glyphosate residues being found in mother’s breast milk and even fetal cells? Did you know that Pfizer was a spin off on Monsanto? Are we starting to see the link here?
I’m a breastfeeding mother of a six month old. I won’t stop breastfeeding my child, and certainly not for this reason.