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PostPosted: Fri May 31, 2019 8:44 am 
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Absolutely outstanding. The best part is knowing the stupid bint will rush home from hospital and spread this conspiracy rumour among her equally vapid friends.


I so want this to be true...it's from reddit, so it must be, right?


Damn right!!!!


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a positive news story for once


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Sickening, all lies and you're just a patsy of Big Parma. I'm not sure what fat ham has to do with it but my homeopath explained it to me and she had a graph and some diagrams, that article from New Scientist doesn't even have one.


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Unfortunate there's a sizeable group in Ireland pushing that the HPV vaccine is bad for girls. A few years ago one of the TV stations aired a "documentary" which was very one-sided and caused rates to drop significantly. Pricks.


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Unfortunate there's a sizeable group in Ireland pushing that the HPV vaccine is bad for girls. A few years ago one of the TV stations aired a "documentary" which was very one-sided and caused rates to drop significantly. Pricks.


According to the Cancer Research UK, 99.8% of cervical cancer is preventable due to the HPV vaccine. What sort of argument do they put forward to suggest that is bad?


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Unfortunate there's a sizeable group in Ireland pushing that the HPV vaccine is bad for girls. A few years ago one of the TV stations aired a "documentary" which was very one-sided and caused rates to drop significantly. Pricks.


According to the Cancer Research UK, 99.8% of cervical cancer is preventable due to the HPV vaccine. What sort of argument do they put forward to suggest that is bad?


They claimed that the vaccine caused narcolepsy.


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Unfortunate there's a sizeable group in Ireland pushing that the HPV vaccine is bad for girls. A few years ago one of the TV stations aired a "documentary" which was very one-sided and caused rates to drop significantly. Pricks.


According to the Cancer Research UK, 99.8% of cervical cancer is preventable due to the HPV vaccine. What sort of argument do they put forward to suggest that is bad?


They claimed that the vaccine caused narcolepsy.

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A5D5E5 wrote:
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Unfortunate there's a sizeable group in Ireland pushing that the HPV vaccine is bad for girls. A few years ago one of the TV stations aired a "documentary" which was very one-sided and caused rates to drop significantly. Pricks.


According to the Cancer Research UK, 99.8% of cervical cancer is preventable due to the HPV vaccine. What sort of argument do they put forward to suggest that is bad?

After 10 years of the girls programme in the uk, public health England says diagnoses of genital warts have declined by 90% in 15-17 year old girls and 70% in 15-17 year old boys. Programme is being expanded to include all boys too this year.


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CM11 wrote:
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Unfortunate there's a sizeable group in Ireland pushing that the HPV vaccine is bad for girls. A few years ago one of the TV stations aired a "documentary" which was very one-sided and caused rates to drop significantly. Pricks.


According to the Cancer Research UK, 99.8% of cervical cancer is preventable due to the HPV vaccine. What sort of argument do they put forward to suggest that is bad?


They claimed that the vaccine caused narcolepsy.


It would be great if there was some means of financial retribution against TV3 for airing that program. It was incredibly irresponsible.


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Nolanator wrote:
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Unfortunate there's a sizeable group in Ireland pushing that the HPV vaccine is bad for girls. A few years ago one of the TV stations aired a "documentary" which was very one-sided and caused rates to drop significantly. Pricks.


According to the Cancer Research UK, 99.8% of cervical cancer is preventable due to the HPV vaccine. What sort of argument do they put forward to suggest that is bad?


They claimed that the vaccine caused narcolepsy.


It would be great if there was some means of financial retribution against TV3 for airing that program. It was incredibly irresponsible.


:thumbup:

We may never fully recover from it in the same way that the MMR is still treated with suspicion.


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Speaking as a pharmacist; the general public are ignorant, entitled, moronic, prolapsed arseholes, who abdicate responsibility for their own health to people whose advice they actively ignore, yet still expect to carry the can for any sub-par health outcomes they experience.


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Can't find it now, but there was an article in Stuff.co.nz about new mums restricting people with access to their child to anti-plaguers. :thumbup:


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Speaking as a pharmacist; the general public are ignorant, entitled, moronic, prolapsed arseholes, who abdicate responsibility for their own health to people whose advice they actively ignore, yet still expect to carry the can for any sub-par health outcomes they experience.


This is so true for so much stuff. Add in the internet age of being able to find anything that supports your view, and mix that with the current trend of anti-intellectualism and the notion that everyone's opinions are equally as valid, and you end up with this shit.


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Can't find it now, but there was an article in Stuff.co.nz about new mums restricting people with access to their child to anti-plaguers. :thumbup:


It's really sad that it's come to that. It shouldn't even be something you'd need to check.


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CM11 wrote:
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Can't find it now, but there was an article in Stuff.co.nz about new mums restricting people with access to their child to anti-plaguers. :thumbup:


It's really sad that it's come to that. It shouldn't even be something you'd need to check.

It’s called cocooning, I think. It’ll become more regular and accepted over time if the pro-plaguers continue to have a foothold.

I’d isolate any child too young for vaccines without a second thought. I’d have no objection to being asked if I or my children are fully immunised where there’s otherwise a risk to someone, so I wouldn’t expect others to mind my family asking in order to protect a newborn.


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That t-shirt slogan is so stupid it’s terrifying.

Why would the Son of God need immunising? He could cure the halt, the lame and the blind, and even raise the dead.

As far as I’m aware Jesus didn’t have a dental plan either, or air conditioning. But that girl and her parents no doubt regard both of those as human rights.


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That t-shirt slogan is so stupid it’s terrifying.

Why would the Son of God need immunising? He could cure the halt, the lame and the blind, and even raise the dead.

As far as I’m aware Jesus didn’t have a dental plan either, or air conditioning. But that girl and her parents no doubt regard both of those as human rights.


He had a pretty bad reaction to iron.


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That t-shirt slogan is so stupid it’s terrifying.

Why would the Son of God need immunising? He could cure the halt, the lame and the blind, and even raise the dead.

As far as I’m aware Jesus didn’t have a dental plan either, or air conditioning. But that girl and her parents no doubt regard both of those as human rights.


He had a pretty bad reaction to iron.


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A5D5E5 wrote:
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That t-shirt slogan is so stupid it’s terrifying.

Why would the Son of God need immunising? He could cure the halt, the lame and the blind, and even raise the dead.

As far as I’m aware Jesus didn’t have a dental plan either, or air conditioning. But that girl and her parents no doubt regard both of those as human rights.


He had a pretty bad reaction to iron.


The thing is I know exactly how the conversation would go if you pointed out to them the problems with her t-shirt..


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I'm going to make a possibly incorrect assumption and say she was brought up in a deeply religious family/community and didn't have a chance to formulate her own views. Poor girl.


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I'm going to make a possibly incorrect assumption and say she was brought up in a deeply religious family/community and didn't have a chance to formulate her own views. Poor girl.


Although we could be totally misjudging her, and she may be wearing it in an ironic way…


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I'm going to make a possibly incorrect assumption and say she was brought up in a deeply religious family/community and didn't have a chance to formulate her own views. Poor girl.


Although we could be totally misjudging her, and she may be wearing it in an ironic way…


I'm gutted! I was going to read the New Testament this weekend, but she ruined the ending for me. :x


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I'm going to make a possibly incorrect assumption and say she was brought up in a deeply religious family/community and didn't have a chance to formulate her own views. Poor girl.


Although we could be totally misjudging her, and she may be wearing it in an ironic way…


That did cross my mind too. What does the small writing say?

There is religious stuff in the background too though.


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CM11 wrote:
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I'm going to make a possibly incorrect assumption and say she was brought up in a deeply religious family/community and didn't have a chance to formulate her own views. Poor girl.


Although we could be totally misjudging her, and she may be wearing it in an ironic way…


That did cross my mind too. What does the small writing say?

There is religious stuff in the background too though.



These ones seem terrifyingly unironic


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I'm going to make a possibly incorrect assumption and say she was brought up in a deeply religious family/community and didn't have a chance to formulate her own views. Poor girl.


Although we could be totally misjudging her, and she may be wearing it in an ironic way…


That did cross my mind too. What does the small writing say?

There is religious stuff in the background too though.



These ones seem terrifyingly unironic

I suppose there’s an argument for encouraging pro-plaguers to wear these slogans. Lepers’ bells.


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Hmmmm. They possibly do if the aim is to show how silly the argument is.


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Very, very few groups or causes bother me greatly. But I hate pro-plaguers. I truly despise them.


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Yeah, well done pro-plaguers. I note that they are very quiet at the moment. Guilty conscience perhaps

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Death toll in Samoa measles crisis rises to 22
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19:17, Nov 23 2019

The Minister for Pacific Peoples has been fielding a flood of questions from the Samoan community in New Zealand about whether it's safe to go back home for Christmas during a measles outbreak.
Samoa remains in the grip of a measles crisis, with 22 deaths now confirmed, according to local reports.

The death toll could rise further, with 11 children reported critically ill from the disease in the Pacific island nation.

The Samoa Observer said on Friday two people had died from measles in the past 24 hours.

The deaths are from 1797 measles cases that have been recorded since the outbreak started.

All schools in Samoa have closed and children were banned from public gatherings after the Government declared a state of emergency.

Last week, Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters announced the Government was sending measles vaccines and nurses to Samoa to aid in the outbreak.

New Zealand had already responded to earlier requests from Samoa for medical supplies, including face masks, gowns, hand sanitiser and stretcher-beds.

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Death rate seems abnormally high. You'd wonder is there some other factor at play here.

At any rate if mothers never had the disease themselves they're probably not passing immunity on to their infants for the first nine months or whatever it is.


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Death rate seems abnormally high. You'd wonder is there some other factor at play here.

At any rate if mothers never had the disease themselves they're probably not passing immunity on to their infants for the first nine months or whatever it is.


Not sure what you are saying here?

Are you saying that this is not measles as reported? Confirming that vaccinated parents, by not vaccinating their children are putting their children at risk? That vaccinating is the cause due to lowering natural immunities???

I'm confused.


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Death rate seems abnormally high. You'd wonder is there some other factor at play here.

At any rate if mothers never had the disease themselves they're probably not passing immunity on to their infants for the first nine months or whatever it is.


Not sure what you are saying here?

Are you saying that this is not measles as reported? Confirming that vaccinated parents, by not vaccinating their children are putting their children at risk? That vaccinating is the cause due to lowering natural immunities???

I'm confused.

I think it is a multi of a regular using the deaths of children to amuse themselves by trolling.


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Death rate seems abnormally high. You'd wonder is there some other factor at play here.

At any rate if mothers never had the disease themselves they're probably not passing immunity on to their infants for the first nine months or whatever it is.


The success of measles vaccination has made people forget why it needed a vaccine in the first place.


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A5D5E5 wrote:
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Death rate seems abnormally high. You'd wonder is there some other factor at play here.

At any rate if mothers never had the disease themselves they're probably not passing immunity on to their infants for the first nine months or whatever it is.


The success of measles vaccination has made people forget why it needed a vaccine in the first place.

I am old enough to have gone through early childhood before measles vaccine was widely available where I live. So I got measles, like so many others my age.

It wasn’t until I worked at Challenor Centre that I realised what measles could do. There were people there - some older than me and some younger - who had suffered catastrophic brain damage via measles.


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Unfortunate there's a sizeable group in Ireland pushing that the HPV vaccine is bad for girls. A few years ago one of the TV stations aired a "documentary" which was very one-sided and caused rates to drop significantly. Pricks.


According to the Cancer Research UK, 99.8% of cervical cancer is preventable due to the HPV vaccine. What sort of argument do they put forward to suggest that is bad?

After 10 years of the girls programme in the uk, public health England says diagnoses of genital warts have declined by 90% in 15-17 year old girls and 70% in 15-17 year old boys. Programme is being expanded to include all boys too this year.

Genital warts are caused by fúcking toads. Filthy habit. No sympathy here,


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Now Silver is no longer here, who exactly are the anti vaxxers on bored?
I suspect they are also qnti global warming nutters.
Do we have a list?


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