willingly, without question:


The narrative: Vaccines save lives. This is not up for debate. They are exclusively responsible for the eradication of polio, smallpox, measles, mumps, rubella, pertussis, diphtheria, HPV, hepatitis B, and more. Not getting them is selfish and puts the rest of the population at risk. We recommend each child receive a minimum of 72 doses, 21 of which we think are absolutely critical to give in the first six months of life. Especially that Hep B shot to celebrate your child’s actual birth-day, in case that little rascal sneaks out and has unprotected sex or gets hold of a dirty heroin needle. We got you.

The result: Prior to 1986, roughly 12% of children had chronic illnesses and developmental disabilities; with the introduction of the Childhood Vaccine Injury Act—that little bit of legislature that absolved vaccine manufacturers of any liability should their jabs injure or kill people—that number spiked to an unfathomable 54%. Today, one in 36 children has an autism diagnosis, up from one in 2,000 in 1980 you know, because we’ve gotten so much better at finding and identifying it. Rates of autism are up to ten times higher in vaccinated children (i.e. the overwhelming majority of them) than in unvaxxed kids. But anyway, chop, chop, mamas! Those 72 vaccines aren’t going to administer themselves!

If anything makes me want to physically hunt people down and eliminate them from the human gene pool, this tops the list by far.