Should Children Be Banned from School if They Don’t Have the Measles Vaccine?

Now, as the number of people receiving MMR vaccinations has dropped for the fourth year, despite the number of cases trebling in 2018, [British] Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said that he wouldn’t rule out the option of banning children from school if they were unvaccinated. But is it fair for children to miss out on an education if their parents don’t want them to have the vaccine? … So the facts are there are 259 measles cases in England in 2017, rising to 966 in 2018. Uptakes of both jabs at the age of five has fallen in England for four years in a row, from 88.6 percent up to 87.2 percent in 2017 to 2018.

12 Responses to "Should Children Be Banned from School if They Don’t Have the Measles Vaccine?"

  1. Ess   June 14, 2019 at 7:19 pm

    So ridiculous. Geez keeping kids out of school. Do people not realise, going to cafes, libraries, malls, restaurants, sporting events etc that adults vaxxes have expired and non vaxxed are walking around everywhere else, not just school. Critical thinking needed instead of brainwashed zombies, come on think. Vaxx is harmful and all bs!!!!!

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  2. INGRID C DURDEN   June 14, 2019 at 7:24 pm

    Of course not. All those that have been vaccinated have nothing to fear, right ! Why are they so afraid, then, if an unvaccinated child comes to school ? May be that their subconscious doubts the vaccine ? What if ? As is proven right. The vaccine does NOT cover completely. Only immunity from getting measles and recovering is almost sure to protect a lifetime.

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    • Rtp   June 16, 2019 at 10:06 pm

      Ingrid, your argument is logical but ineffective.

      Pro-vaxers are petrified of the idea of contagious disease. They feel that they are doing their bit (by sacrificing their children’s health) to prevent this contagion and you are just free-riding off them. Your argument merely reinforces this.

      What you should be doing instead is pointing out that they are the ones more likely to spread disease by pointing out to them that they get most of their shots at a doctor office. Doctor offices are filled with sick people germs so visiting them regularly is promoting the spread of disease (don’t use the “shedding” argument).

      If you use this argument and you also point out that doctors typically refuse to diagnose the condition if the patient is vaccinated (so the diseases have been renamed not reduced) then you will never lose a debate on this issue.

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  3. Katie Whiteman   June 15, 2019 at 9:58 am

    Maybe they should not let unfiltered disease caring migrants coming in to your counties.

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  4. Debbie   June 15, 2019 at 11:33 am

    I can’t even read past the title. The measles vaccine claims to protect against one type of measles out of the 24, and that the shot needs to be given again. It’s common sense to experience natural measles where a person will experience lifelong immunity to all types of measles and not be a part of spreading Atypical Measles.

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  5. Paget Hillebrand   June 15, 2019 at 11:53 am

    The mom of a vaccine injured kid is very articulate in this video. The other is heavily into victim consciousness. She believes all the lies from the pharmaceutical-propaganda machine. She doesn’t understand that herd immunity is from a community experiencing natural infections. She doesn’t understand that it’s her internal environment and what she thinks and eats and the miasms she has inherited and not integrated AND the treatment she sought that decides how well she will process an infection. (Did the treatment she had when she had measles drive the pathogen deeper rather than expelling?)

    It also may have been Atypical Measles that she experienced. Anyway, a healthy child free of pharmaceuticals is not to blame for her life experiences.

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  6. DR Richard   June 15, 2019 at 6:11 pm

    I am a physician–only reason measles on the rise is because of the made-up measles vaccine which promotes it–vaccinated kids carry it and spread it –it is not the natural wild type that confers immunity–and the masses who believe these vaccines work are the asses–come on people get smart–we did not study vaccines in med school so why would you believe people who promote them–they are following the $ and why do you think in 1986–old Reagan was forced to grant us all immunity for the harm we do–I took an oath–first do no harm–that oath is now a mockery and should be called the hypocritic oath! Modern medicine has become a non-sequitur institution! Yeah–some kids get vaccines and they do not get sick–study immunology–those kids have pretty good immune systems–but all the junk people eat today with the toxins in them will soon catch up to people–your gut is your main immune system–and you are or will become what you eat! Nature will not save you if you try to fool her!

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  7. stevenjacobs   June 15, 2019 at 9:17 pm

    you would be doing a child a BIG favor if you banned him from the indoctrination centers we call schools.

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  8. Susan   June 15, 2019 at 11:55 pm

    You always get a fool always so willing to spread the pharma vaccine propaganda!

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  9. Rtp   June 16, 2019 at 10:02 pm

    why am I basically the only non-vaxer that continually points out the bleeding obvious?

    1) Doctors typically refuse to diagnose the condition (be it measles or polio or smallpox or whatever) *if* the patient is vaccinated for it – so in fact, no vaccine in history has ever actually worked and the diseases have just been renamed (NB that 99.999+% of all diseases in history have been diagnosed *without* a lab test so requiring lab confirmation today (when we didn’t require it before the vaccine) actually exacerbates this problem.

    Measles is now called things like roseola, 5th disease, hand foot and mouth etc.

    2) Most vaccines are given at a doctor office. But doctor offices are filled with the germs of sick people. If such germs were dangerous then visiting such places would be instantly fatal (or at least extremely dangerous). On the other hand if such germs were not dangerous then clearly vaccination would be completely pointless. So you would have to be a complete lunatic to visit a doctor to get a vaccine.

    These two arguments alone – if used consistently by non-vaxers – would destroy the vaccine paradigm worldwide within a year.

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  10. Michelle   June 16, 2019 at 11:53 pm

    Where can we find more doctors like Dr. Richard in the above comment?? So hard to find. I’m against vaxxing not against all meds.

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  11. Diane Maupin   June 17, 2019 at 9:42 am

    The No. 1 mandate of the Georgia Guidestone states: “Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.”
    And the U.N. Population Division Policy stated in 2009: “What would it take to accelerate fertility decline in the least developed countries?”
    Sounds like somethings up! Sounds like an agenda of some sort which will find ways to cripple and destroy a birthing humanity. Study the “Agenda 21 for Population Control” and you will find a “plan” to absolutely do this. Vaccines are one of the biggest, most deadly ways to do this!

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