Sometimes we read something that makes us just want to turn our backs on the world of medicine. Sometimes we read two or three medical articles in the same morning and want to throttle medical officials and the corporate interests that stand behind them.
When we read over our morning coffee that police officers busted down the door of an Arizona home to take a toddler with a spiking fever from his parents we can empathize with victims of the Nazi Gestapo who used to do the same kind of things.
Officers pointing guns forced their way into the family’s home in the middle of the night after the Arizona Department of Child Safety called the police for a welfare check on a child with a 100 degree-plus fever and no vaccinations. The parents had ignored a doctor’s recommendation to take their 2-year-old to the hospital, saying their son’s fever had decreased.
The parents, Brooks Bryce and Sarah Beck, say the authorities drastically overreacted. “They treated us like criminals, busting in our door,” Mr Bryce told a local TV station. “I mean, I don’t know what kind of trauma that did to my kids.” Now of course authorities and practitioners defended the invasion.
This morning I got upset reading a vaccine essay by Dr. Joseph Mercola that was, at the end, announced that it was an April Fools joke, a deadly serious essay on how the medical industrial complex could easily take us right back to the type of fascism that Germany got sucked into all those years ago.
To eliminate false vaccine information and protect public health, the U.S. federal government is mandating vaccine reeducation for vaccine deniers and refusers. According to the new law, which will take effect one year from now on April 1, 2020, each vaccine reeducation camp will provide federally sanctioned reeducation on vaccines depending on level of vaccine resistance.
Following successful reeducation, parents will be given a certificate good for re-entry into society. At that point, they will be able to provide per-established and appropriate answers to safety questions about vaccines, and both they and their children will be up to date with all vaccinations.
At the end of this essay they announced that: While written in jest, some of the details herein are in fact true, or disturbingly close to it, and the article could be suggestive of what we might face in the near future, should we fail to take corrective action to protect and preserve vaccine exemptions, informed consent and medical freedom of choice.
The measles epidemic has medical officials on high alert though everything they say, think in do about measles is built on quicksand. Measles is not a dangerous disease unless it is delayed until later in life where it is them much more dangerous. Second, though Measles is a disease it is not the disease they think and say it is. We know the Measles vaccine is not effective and we know that the only time the subject was given an objective view (by the supreme court of Germany) is was not accepted to be a viral disease treatable by the antiviral vaccine.
Four years ago I wrote
The vaccine wars are heating up again. We see this in theSuper Bowl where the public is under scrutiny for anyone displaying measles symptoms, even though the rash of measles does not show up for four days after exposure. Pharmacies are being monitored for purchases relating to measles, etc. The vaccine industry is making too big a deal of measles, which is strange since there have been no deaths of unvaccinated measles sufferers since 2003. A similar concern appeared after the 2012 Superbowl and was described afterwards as a very minor outbreak.
Do not be terribly surprised if someday laws are passed that will ban the unvaccinated from attending any “events” sporting or otherwise that might expose others to measles, which the older of my readers should have all had as a child. The vaccine did not come out 1963. All the kids in school had measles and passed it around and all of us developed natural immunity. No one died, though we all got the rash and were miserable for a while.
Dr. David Brownstein says, “The hysteria surrounding this outbreak is beyond me. I have seen the articles stating that parents who choose not to vaccinate should be prosecuted. Parents who choose not vaccinate have been accused of child abuse. Measles is a highly infectious disease. It is very common throughout the world. In fact, it is estimated that over 20 million cases of measles occur worldwide on an annual basis. Measles can lead to severe problems including encephalitis and death. However, serious complications from measles are rare in the developed world.”
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“Parents who do not vaccinate their children should go to jail,” writes USA Today columnist Alex Berezow, who obviously believes that vaccines are the best thing next to apple pie. He like 80% of the population believes in the false agenda of pediatricians and their supporting organizations like the CDC and FDA.
So April Fools or not Mercola’s article was serious about medical and pharmaceutical terrorism. I ask these medical officials who think their actions are based on caring concern why they are not loudly objecting to G5? What do they think that will do to fetuses and infants? Do they even care?