What you all call facts I see as slanted information geared to line pocketbooks.
Geared to line pocketbooks? What on earth is that supposed to mean?
International statistics on infant mortality rates and average life expectancies are not 'slanted information'. They are FACTS. They are produced by international organisations who have no relation to pharmaceutical companies, nor are in anyway involved in the vaccination debate. These statistics were not produced to be used in the vaccination debate. They are just a representation of how things are in the world.
And if you have so little faith in average life expectancies, why did you make reference to them yourself (even if you were quoting them incorrectly) to back up your OWN argument?
Why am I not giving information to back up what I am saying?
Easy, because you have NO actual evidence. When you DID try and make reference to some (your suggestion that countries who do not vaccinate have higher average life expectancy, into the 100s) you actually quoted INCORRECT information. You cannot argue with international statistics on mortality and life expectancy.
I had to do my own research in regards to pro-vaccination (which was funded by pharmaceuticals, you would be hard pressed to find one that isn't, I tried) do yours on anti-vaccination. Find the research that is not funded by some fanatical group (again, it isn't easy, but can be done).
As you've shown here, you obviously didn't do your research very well then. Examples of this:
1. You have no understanding of the concept of herd immunity (you have demonstrated that here)
2. You believe your children will be safe if other children are vaccinated (incorrect. This is not a debatable topic. It is fact that when herd immunity drops below 70% for measles, unvaccinated children are at risk of catching it)
3. You claim that formaldehyde in vaccines is a harmful toxin, and say that the amount produced by the body itself is OK because it's produced in 'safe amounts' (FACT: The amount of formaldehyde produced by the body is far far more than the tiny amount in vaccines. FACT: There is no evidence that this tiny amount of formaldehyde is harmful)
4. You try to quote figures (that people in unvaccinated countries live longer, into their 100s) that don't exist.
So it makes me curious as to what other nonsense you've found during your 'research'.
And actually, it's very easy for me to find this information without looking at sources funded by pharmaceutical countries. It is easy to find a science book or website which quotes the amount of formaldehyde within the body (science text books are not produced by the government or the pharmaceutical industry!). And the lists of average life expectancy which I posted did not come from any source in ANY way associated with the pharmaceutical industry. They were produced by a World Fact Book, and not produced in any way as part of a pro-vaccination campaign. I did the research into which of those countries have vaccination programmes myself.
So clearly, you're not very good at researching, if you can only find information funded by the pharmaceutical industry.
I could however NOT find any information which supports NOT vaccinating, except for on fanatical anti-vaccination websites.