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"An Educated Consumer is Our Worst Customer"

Too smartBack in the day here in the Northeast, there was an off-price clothing chain called Syms. The owner was Sy Syms, and he introduced himself in all of his TV ads, which ended with "At Syms, an educated consumer is our best customer."  Well, an educated consumer is the vaccine industry's worst customer, as evidenced by a global drop in vax uptake.   The article below features vaccine profiteer and fellow autism parent Dr. Peter Hotez, whose rampant promotion of vaccination includes a memoir that is quite to the point, "Vaccines Did Not Cause Rachel's Autism."   Any information about vaccine dangers, side effects or the people injured is considered "propanda." By whom and for what end?

Propaganda is defined as follows: information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view.

Side effects, errors, product problems, exist in all medicines, surgeries, vaccines. Talking about side effects is hardly biased, it's informative. Exactly what "political cause" would we be promoting by telling readers or viewers that vaccines can and do Harm The "Guardianship for our kids forever until we die" party?  Some party.

Every group is allowed to "wake up" in this MeToo era except for those struck down by vaccines. The bias belongs to the industries, public relations attack dogs and the mass media. In fact, it is discrimination and harassment.  "Propagandist film...." sounds like something out of the McCarthy era.  I am proud yet bereft that my girls' names are on the VAXXED bus. Look for Vaxxed II soon.  KIM

Below is the article.


Vaccine coverage continued to decline in parts of the developed world last year, resulting in 60,000 measles cases in Europe — the most this century — and a record number of pediatric flu deaths in the U.S. In several Western U.S. counties, up to 30% of children have not received their full vaccine schedule — a trend that's been worsening since 2009.

The big picture: This drop-off in vaccinations owes primarily to parental exemptions for non-medical reasons, typically because of false beliefs that vaccines cause autism or illness. There are signs the anti-vaccine movement's misinformation campaigns will strengthen in 2019, leading to further declines in vaccine coverage and possibly more outbreaks of infectious disease.

  • Released in 2016, the propagandist film "Vaxxed" accused the CDC of covering up evidence that vaccines cause autism and propelled the anti-vaccine movement. A sequel is slated for 2019.
  • Political action committees in the U.S., Italy and elsewhere are ramping up populist rhetoric about parental freedoms to enact legislation making it easier to obtain vaccine exemptions.
  • Launched in the fall of 2018, Children’s Health Defense has emerged as an influential new anti-vaccine organization. It focuses on American children, but its reach could extend abroad.
  • Social media continues to amplify misinformation from hundreds of anti-vaccine websites.

Where it stands: The response to the anti-vaccine lobby by U.S. and European government agencies has been modest, leaving much of the defense of vaccines to academics. This situation will have to change if outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases continue or increase.  Read more if you care to here.


R Prasad

@Loraine Fishel

I’d not cry for their inhuman and insensitive laughter about “anti-vaxxers”. Rather, I pity and laugh at them for being so ignorant, gullible and easily brain washed. The truth has to come out one day whether they like it or not. Then these crooks will be the first to discuss “hidden dangers of vaccines” like the “dangers of cigarette smoking”.

R Prasad

In the first paragraph, the last line reads “considered "propanda." By whom and for what end?“.

It should be “propaganda”. Please correct that and proof read before publishing. Thank you.

Loraine Fishel

One more thing, I saw on youtube where an audience laughed at a speaker when she said antivaxxeers. I got tears in my eyes. I thought about our struggle with autism. I guess they must not know or care what we have been through. That awful laughter will stay with me. Also on CNN an article by Seth Berkley on why you must do others a favor by vaccinating you child. Clueless. I wonder who is paying him to write that???

Loraine Fishel

Scary to think many doctors value the old boys and girls network of their profession more than even their children. They profess to believe the crazy things they say. I, an RN, think surely they must understand that vaccine got their kids. I have learned that I too will be jobless if I am not careful what I say. I word what I say carefully. I sometimes think the yellow mask I must wear says it all. Many people I work with know my story of struggling to try to help my son. One doctor I have worked with a long time admitted his son has a form of autism. I quietly talked a bit about it with him. He said, "You seem to have a lot of knowledge about this." Then he said something to the effect of "I don't doubt this, but I just don't know about it." His son has become economically independent without really any medical help. I explained that my son has gotten intervention medically and teaching from me, but will always need lots of help to survive. I feel there is a big difference in being careful what you say to keep your job and pushing vaccination. I feel like I am doing all I can. Your dreams that this will end are my dreams. It feels endless. It is always darkest before the dawn. God bless you.

Mark Wax

"Sunlight is the best disinfectant"

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