No surprises here. A good while back Dr Oz featured in a similar vein. He didn’t vaccinate his kids. If vaccines were so good why aren’t they vaccinating? People should be joining dots. I learned a few years back that back in the 1970s, 80s one of our local small town NZ GPs didn’t vaccinate his kids either. One of those who actually read the inserts I suspect. Read this article for a Doctor & nurse who didn’t read them & got quite a shock when their pregnant patient referred them to one (having declined vaccination). This article is from transcend.org via yournewswire.com
The physician who served as Bill Gates’ private doctor in Seattle in the 1990s says the Microsoft founder and vaccine proponent “refused to vaccinate his own children” when they were young.
7 Feb 2018 – “I don’t know if he had them vaccinated as adults, but I can tell you he point blank refused to vaccinate them as children,” the physician said at a behind closed doors medical symposium in Seattle, adding “They were gorgeous kids, really smart and vivacious, and he said they would be OK as it was, they didn’t need any shots.”
The comments caused a stir among physicians at the symposium with claims he was breaking doctor-patient confidentiality, according to reports. However as he was speaking to other physicians, he was not breaking the industry code of conduct.
Gates has three children with his wife Melinda – Jennifer, Rory and Phoebe – born between 1996 and 2002, and according to his former doctor, they are all unvaccinated and healthy.
The news that Bill Gates does not vaccinate his own children, despite being the world’s most active campaigner for mandatory vaccinations, should come as no surprise. Studies prove that the elite do not vaccinate their children. But at the same time they expect the masses to have their children vaccinated.
The elite do not vaccinate
In California, the children most likely to be unvaccinated are white and come from the wealthiest families in Los Angeles, according to a recent study.
The percentage of kindergartners with state-issued personal belief exemptions doubled from 2007 to 2013, from 1.54% to 3.06%. That’s about 17,000 of the wealthiest children, out of more than half a million, opting out of receiving vaccinations.