Originally published February 12 2015
Measles fear mongering by mainstream media reaches absurd level
by Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
(NaturalNews) The corporate media machine is really showing its true (malevolent) colors with this latest measles outbreak delirium, openly announcing to the world that it hates personal freedom and individual choice, and would like for nothing more than federal and state governments to start rounding up and punishing those who choose not to vaccinate as if they're terrorists.
Headlines and op-ed rants are replete with calls for "anti-vaxxers" to be prosecuted, thrown in prison, have their children taken away, and other such draconian tripe meant to rile up anger and hatred towards dissenters of the official vaccine narrative. The following quotes pulled from mainstream sources (which we won't identify here; you can search for them yourself if you wish) represent just a few chilling examples of this:
"[V]accines only work as protection if almost everyone uses them," claims one openly pro-vaccine news rag.
"Certainly we need the government to take this matter up," suggests another, calling for more centralized control over people's personal medical choices.
"Parents who do not vaccinate their children should go to jail," reads another deranged op-ed rant from a major news source.
"Vaccines should be restored to their status as mandatory," suggests another.
And on and on goes the propaganda blitz with one unequivocal goal in mind: to demonize anyone who thinks for himself and conducts independent research on vaccines apart from the system. Such individuals are increasingly being portrayed with disdain by the media overlords, who continue to spread lies about vaccines providing unmatched protection with minimal risk.
No other viewpoints on vaccines, even from doctors, are recognized as valid Missing from the national conversation on vaccines, which is escalating due to media-driven hysteria over measles, are any viewpoints that deviate from the official story. Reporters, columnists, doctors, scientists and others who agree with the myth that vaccines are safe and effective are the only ones being given a voice.
Brave dissenters like cardiologist Dr. Jack Wolfson, an outspoken vaccine skeptic, is right now experiencing the fury of the media for his unpopular, but accurate, viewpoints on vaccines. Dr. Wolfson recognizes that injecting chemicals into children's bodies isn't helping them avoid disease, but rather making them more susceptible to it.
Chastising all the "sheeple" out there who are blindly accepting what the media is serving them concerning the measles outbreak -- it's all the unvaccinated people's fault! -- Dr. Wolfson says a lack of critical thinking and honest inquiry into the history of vaccines, including what ingredients they contain, are what's truly responsible for causing disease outbreaks.
"[B]e angry with yourself for not opening your eyes to the snow job and brainwashing which have taken over your mind," he wrote in a rebuttal to hate mail he received following a recent interview with NBC Phoenix, which intentionally skewed his pre-recorded statements to portray him as callous and unconcerned about public health, which couldn't be further from the truth.
"You NEVER asked the doctor any questions. You NEVER asked what is in the vaccines. You NEVER learned about these benign infections," he added, outlining many of the things accepted in our society as normal that are legitimate public health threats: the processed food industry, fast food restaurants, drug companies and closed-minded doctors are listed among these.
The truth of the matter is that childhood measles isn't much of a threat, especially when a child is given proper nutrition. Mild measles infection, like childhood chickenpox, is essential for establishing lifelong immunity to the disease, something that the measles vaccines not only can't accomplish but prevents from ever occurring.
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