The eugenics movement was pretty terrible. I know that the government has done pretty terrible things (Tuskegee and Guatemala syphilis experiments, anyone?) but when it comes to issues that are scientifically based, I'd keep a skeptical mind on some of the more scaremongering going on especially since if there is something genuinely wrong with something, science will sort it out through peer reviews, experimentation and new results to come out of it.
I also think you should read the articles more closely...
Measles Outbreak among Vaccinated High School Students -- Illinois
The infrequent occurrence of measles among highly vaccinated persons suggests that this outbreak may have resulted from chance clustering of otherwise randomly distributed vaccine failures in the community.
Alberta mumps clinics halted after allergic reactions
After receiving their mumps shots, five young adults were reported to have suffered anaphylaxis, a rapid swelling of the throat and airway which can lead to respiratory failure or brain damage. But they were treated immediately and have since recovered, health officials said Tuesday. ...All the patients had a history of allergic reactions....
Child whooping cough booster may falter
Health officials say the vaccine is effective in most people, and yet there are periodic outbreaks in places with high vaccination rates.
The new study found that younger kids who got the fifth dose less than three years before being tested were much less likely to get whooping cough than slightly older kids who were more than three years past their last vaccination.
The nation switched over to a new type of childhood whooping cough vaccine in the late 1990s, one deemed safer than the version used for decades before.
But the long-term effectiveness of that booster also is not known and has received relatively little study.
That last one shows that there is not always a 100% effective rate of vaccinations but the success rate of vaccinations far outweigh the chance of going without vaccinations. Seriously, do you want to risk to get seriously ill, possibly death which could have been prevented, just because of some scare tactics that have weak and possibly twisted evidence?
How proven is that Fungal Pharmacy book? Has there been conclusive scientific research to show that all of these fungi can cure what the author claims? Don't get duped into another money grubbing charlatan either.