Dare to Question: One Parent to Another
By Ted Kuntz
CreateSpace Independent Publishing
There are many books on vaccines out there. Thankfully so. But it can be a daunting task for someone who is new to looking into the pros and cons of vaccinating to find just the right book that clearly lays out the facts—not too briefly yet without so much detail that it overwhelms. I think Dare to Question: One Parent to Another is exactly the right book. It hits that middle ground that parents seek. This book is full of referenced, reliable facts together with practical advice, and it offers a distinctive overview of the reality that parents face in this storm of vaccine madness.
Canada’s Ted Kuntz has spent over thirty years reviewing vaccine literature, and he knows of what he speaks. His examination of vaccine industry claims began in 1984 after his son Joshua—at five months of age—was permanently injured neurologically by the diphtheria-pertussis-tetanus (DPT) shot. Josh passed away in February 2017 after a life of uncontrolled seizures and diminished capacity due to vaccine-induced neurological injury.
Kuntz has found an exceptionally effective way to give us a thorough compilation that covers all aspects of vaccines, not least of which is his revelation that the vaccine industry has been systematically and intentionally dishonest with consumers regarding the safety, effectiveness and necessity of vaccines. “18 Facts About Vaccines” is a particularly useful chapter, listing fully referenced, to-the-point and crucial information that every parent should be aware of.
I had the pleasure of helping out as an unofficial editor of sorts when Ted was writing this awesome book. I pointed out that most books on vaccines seem to lack what I feel is vital information. Parents can be left hanging after learning about the dangers of vaccines and can feel at a loss regarding how else to protect their child: if not vaccines, then what? I suggested that Ted consider asking our very own Sally Fallon Morell to contribute and, bless her heart, Sally added exceptional advice in the standout section titled “Building Natural Immunity with Food.” I know that the inclusion of this information will help and reassure parents, giving them just the tools they need to raise healthy children, free of vaccine dangers.
Like so many of us who are advocates for children’s health, Kuntz passionately defends our right to make our own medical choices and to demand honesty, integrity and accountability from the vaccine industry. Kuntz has stated that he believes the organized and intentional effort to deny citizens their right to make medical decisions for themselves and their children is the greatest threat to humanity today. He believes strongly and correctly that if we lose our self-autonomy and bodily integrity, we will no longer be free citizens. We must not surrender our capacity for choice over what is injected into ourselves and our children.
I plan to include Dare to Question with any gifts that celebrate family events— weddings, pregnancies or births. We must overcome the feelings of trepidation that some of us still feel in sharing a book about vaccines. Let us hold our heads high and offer honest information like what is found in this gem of a book to those outside of our routine circles of like-minded people. This information is far too important to refrain from sharing for fear of making waves around “pro” versus “anti-vax” stances. A book like this should be simply given out of love and compassion so that parents can make truly informed decisions that will affect their families and the generations to come.
Dare to Question is available as a free download at daretoquestionvaccination.com/ or through Amazon. All proceeds go to advocacy organizations that support vaccine choice, informed consent regarding vaccinations and children and families recovering from vaccine injury. Two thumbs up!
This article appeared in Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts, the quarterly magazine of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Fall 2018.