Checkpoint For Parents

It is, of course, my opinion that this section (this page and its sub-menu, should be of interest for new researching parents (new parents and / or new researchers). This section will also include links and videos that deal with censorship. Realize up front (if it isn’t known already) that asking doctors and pediatricians questions about vaccines’ safety and effectiveness may upset them. The sooner that it is understood that questioning moms and dads may be better off to educate themselves independently, free from any type of peer pressure, the better. Educating before vaccinating to the point of being resolved about what is then decided, will make life somewhat more peaceful. In other words, once you know what you know it is very difficult to un-know. The key is to get to that place. That place is when and where one can say, with honesty and moral integrity, “I am resolved–this is what I must do”.

Peer pressure has been mentioned. There are some big dogs in the Internet world, like Google, Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Amazon and many others. A new researcher can come up empty-handed of the truth if the possibility of the ones being turned to for help are censoring the information. For the last few years, the experienced Internet user understands this fact very well. Know those you trust. Know that they aren’t keeping information you are looking for from you. So, does Google censor information you may be in search of? If you don’t know already then this YouTube video should help in answering that question–if Google doesn’t remove it (5-29-2020) 🙂 :

Lies, Coverups, Google, Censorship, and the Whistleblower of the Year: Zach Vorhies (Part 1)

The reader may want to research the work of the late Dr Andrew Moulden. Also, one could read Congressman Adam Schiff’s  letter to Facebook’s, Mark Zuckerberg and his letter to Google’s, Pichai (Links on this page opens in new tabs).  Next, here is this letter, written by Lyn Redwood, RN, MSN to Mark Zuckerberg. (She’s the president of Children’s Health Defense.) Lyn Redwood’s letter is very well sourced. If you go there, the first reference costs about $35 to read.  🙁 The rest is good-to-go.  Florida congressman Bill Posey also wrote Mark Zuckerberg.

Education Level of Non-vaccinating Parents

There exists a fear in some questioning parents that they could be found out by certain friends, family members, etc. This fear will soon dissipate if diligence is given to the investigation. The beginning of suspicions, that some things about vaccines doesn’t seem quiet right, happens to a lot of people–it is what we do after that, which is of concern.

According to Miller’s Review of Critical Vaccine Studies, studies have been done and subsequently have shown that older moms, 30 years of age or older, with a college education, as opposed to high school drop-out younger mothers, have children who aren’t vaccinated. These educated moms value scientific knowledge and are sophisticated at researching vaccines. Moms who never graduated from high school are the most likely to fully vaccinate their children.

“Unvaccinated children tended to be white, to have a mother who was married and had a college degree, to live in a household with an annual income exceeding 75,000 dollars, and to have parents who expressed concerns regarding the safety of vaccines and indicated that medical doctors have little influence over vaccination decisions for their children.” Source:

There are more studies proving the same; they can be found in this book, in chapter 23.

Happy trails.

Updated: August 21st, 2020

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