Anyone and everyone needs to watch this film. Right now you can watch it for FREE at Mercola.com, but hurry this is only available thru November 5, 2011. You can also purchase the DVD for $10 to show your support of The Greater Good!
THE GREATER GOOD looks behind the fear, hype and politics that have polarized the vaccine debate in America today. The film re-frames the emotionally charged issue and offers, for the first time, the opportunity for a rational and scientific discussion on how to create a safer and more effective vaccine program.
This award winning documentary offers a fresh look at what’s behind the sharply polarized vaccine debate in the U.S., and offers the opportunity for a new, more rational discussion about how to create safer and more effective public health policies to help our children stay healthy.
I love Dr. Shaw’s statement, “All science is questionable!” I completely agree. But somehow many companies and even our own government don’t seem to think science should be questioned! It outrages me that this shows another example of how corrupt our government really is! (If you are not aware of the issues surrounding GMOs please watch our posts regarding GMOs)
I can’t believe that vaccines are being mandated for school admission! It’s also possible that schools could receive less funding if they have low vaccination levels. So choosing to not vaccinate your child could possibly affect your child’s education if their school is not receiving the proper funding! This makes me thankful that we are homeschoolers!
Now I’m not saying that I am anti-vaccinations but I want the ability and right to decide what is right for my body or my child’s. I think it is absolutely absurd that pharmaceutical companies are aloud to advertise. (period!) Why aren’t they spending those funds on testing? That is something the government should be mandating!
Show us the science and give us the choice! I can’t agree more! Give us the information and let us decide what is right for our bodies.
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