Melanie’s Marvellous Measles

A new book from Australia brings the insanity to the children. For the low price of $19.95 AUS, (plus shipping) you can indoctrinate your children against the advances of science.

Melanie’s Marvellous Measles was written by Stephanie Messenger,

I wrote this book in an effort to start the education process early on the vaccination issue so children are aware of some of the issues with vaccination so they have information should they encounter a zealous vaccinator at school or in their community. It is up to you as the parent to expand on the book and tell them what to do if the vaccinators come to school.

The book offers some basic facts for them about vaccination ineffectiveness and dangers and also, how to help the healing process and also how to avoid childhood diseases. It is for children 4 to 10 years and I suggest that parents read this book to their children so you can also have input. I recommend you read it once a week for 4 weeks and then, after 4 month, get it out again and read a few times. Then put it away for a year and start again as above. Different kids will take in different things according to age and understanding. This changes from week to week often.

So when a ‘vaccinator’ backed by nearly 2 hundred years of science shows up at your school, your child will have all the information they need to know to avoid the fate of millions of vaccinated children who were passed over when the diseases came to town.

Some people have a hard time accepting that preventable diseases such as measles, chicken pox, mumps and others are not harmless.  They are not always some minor discomfort that are passed off with a dinner table tale.  These diseases have killed and injured millions of children around the world, and they are preventable.

So, give Stephanie your money, and put your children in danger. Of course, when you don’t vaccinate, not only are you putting your won child at risk, you are putting every other child in the community at risk.

But I guess, I’m just another angry ‘vaccinator’ with scare stories, trying top save your children.

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7 Responses to Melanie’s Marvellous Measles

  1. I remember being horrified when I looked in one of my children’s school workbooks and found some propaganda about vaccinations being wonderful.

    • I am sorry that you were horrified. You should educate yours elf about the relative risk of the children who are cripples or die from these diseases that is a much more serious issue.

  2. redskyonmars says:

    I put together a site to support Stephanie Messenger and her new Marvellous Measles book. I thought you might be interested.

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  4. Jan Willem Nienhuys says:

    It is not just that these antivaxers claim the right for themselves and their children to risk to die or get crippled, they claim the inalienable right to infect others that for some involuntary reason (for example the 5% that is vaccinated but doesn’t acquier immunity for reasons unknown) are not immune.

    The truly remarkable thing is that these people are granted such rights.

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