Originally published October 29 2015
The vaccine industry's war on women
by Jonathan Benson, staff writer
(NaturalNews) Much of the success of the vaccine industry hinges upon vulnerable women succumbing to the fear tactics of their doctors and public health authorities. If you don't get your children vaccinated, they're constantly being told, then your progeny could fall seriously ill or die, and then how will you feel?
It's an age-old marketing ruse, and it's one that's had considerable success in the U.S. context, where women are routinely hounded to not only get their children jabbed, but also to get jabbed themselves. It appears to be working, as legislators continue to successfully chip away at vaccine exemption laws with little-to-no formidable resistance other than a few isolated protests.
Women appear to be the primary targets of vaccine industry propaganda, which often depicts young, vulnerable children and babies as "victims" of the so-called "anti-vax" movement. Nothing pulls at the heartstrings more than sad stories and pictures of innocents suffering because they weren't injected with attenuated live viruses and heavy metals.
One popular billboard campaign promoting vaccines shows a child in a raincoat peering into a travel suitcase. The caption reads "Vaccine-preventable diseases are just a plane ride away," with a website link urging women to vaccinate their babies.
The implication here is that if you don't vaccinate your child, he'll probably pick up some illness on your next family vacation that could have been prevented if you had just taken your child in for his shots.
Another vaccine advertising campaign for the Kmart pharmacy plays on some women's fear of predators. A smiling, attractive young woman with a bandage on her upper arm, the site where she was recently vaccinated for influenza, instructs all women to "Don't Let the Flu Get You," likening flu infection to a rapist or serial killer.
Medical system sees women as suckers in great vaccine hoax Women are aggressively proselytized into joining the cult of vaccines immediately after giving birth as well. In some cases, women are even threatened with having their children taken away from them if they refuse to abide by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) guidelines for childhood vaccination.
A Pennsylvania family experienced this firsthand when the Hershey Medical Center abducted their child immediately after birth. Jodi and Scott Ferris say the hospital took charge of their newborn daughter Annie and mother Jodi after a home birth didn't go quite as planned. In short, the hospital and a state social worker pressured Jodi into consenting to all sorts of vaccines for her child with which she wasn't comfortable.
In a more recent case, a worker from Rochester General Hospital in New York told a mother via voicemail that the hospital has a policy of assuming "medical custody" of children in cases where their mothers refuse to have their children injected with vitamin K vaccines or given the potentially deadly antibiotic erythromycin.
Women are also taken advantage of specifically with vaccines like Gardasil for human papillomavirus. Based on false claims that HPV vaccines help prevent cervical cancer, millions of women both young and old are being suckered into taking this dangerous injection, which is associated with tens of thousands of adverse effects, including permanent injury and death.
While vaccines have been shown to harm both men and women, investigative research by Christina England of VacTruth.com has found that women are often the targets of vaccine campaigns that are later exposed as covert sterilization programs. One such program took place at the instruction of the World Health Organization (WHO), which administered tainted tetanus vaccines containing a birth control drug to women in developing countries.
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