January 18, 2019
Feeling concern about injecting yourself with mystery substances is now officially a threat to the world.
The anti-vaccination movement made the list of the World Health Organization’s top threats to global health in 2019. The organization said some people’s reluctance or refusal to vaccinate threatens to reverse progress made against a host of preventable diseases.
Whoa, it threatens to reverse progress?
These anti-vaccine people are terrorists! How dare they discriminate what they let inside their bodies.
“Vaccination is one of the most cost-effective ways of avoiding disease — it currently prevents 2-3 million deaths a year, and a further 1.5 million could be avoided if global coverage of vaccinations improved,” WHO said in a statement.
The effects of what WHO called “vaccine hesitancy” are already significant. For example, cases of measles have surged 30 percent worldwide in recent years, despite an effective vaccine that can prevent it. WHO noted that some countries that were close to eliminating the disease have seen a resurgence.
Hesitating is enough for you to turn into a threat for the world.
You have to instantly accept to inject yourself with whatever it is these laboratories come up with, you know? Someone has to create a demand for their patented products.
The reasons why some people choose not to vaccinate are complex, WHO said, citing “complacency, inconvenience in accessing vaccines, and lack of confidence” as the main factors. Even though decades of medical research has proven vaccines are both safe and effective, skeptics continue to spread misinformation online.
Yeah this is a good example of defending an implementation with the merits of a concept. Most people concerned about vaccines are not arguing against the concept of vaccines nor against the theoretical actions of vaccines. What’s mostly argued is whether or not the stuff that’s put in vaccines nowadays is safe, if it has any side effects, what those side effects are, and whether or not the individual vaccines being given actually do what they’re supposed to or if they are simply being forced on people in order for pharmaceutical companies to make a profit.
It is also argued whether or not vaccines, even if they work, are necessary for diseases that are not fatal, and how vaccinating against non-fatal diseases affects the immune system.
There are also some that argue that vaccines just don’t work, or are more likely to give you a specific disease than protect you from it, but those people are few in comparison and converge with these vaccine-hesitant people in their concern about the safety of what’s inside each individual vaccine in each particular case. It’s not about the safety of the idea.
It would be more productive to discuss this subject thinking in terms of “vaccine ingredients” instead of “vaccination as a concept and its mechanisms of action.”
I’m not saying you shouldn’t get a specific vaccine if you’re planning to travel to some shithole or tropical wilderness. Sometimes there’s no way around vaccination, just as sometimes there’s no way around a radiography. But just like we avoid unnecessary radiographs and X-rays, we should avoid — if possible — injecting ourselves with stuff we know next to nothing about.
I don’t want to turn this into a documentary about side effects from vaccines and their most common ingredients. If you want to look that up, there’s plenty of resources around. Just don’t fall for the simplistic picture painted by the media.
Worldwide, WHO plans to ramp up its work in 2019 to eliminate cervical cancer by increasing use of the HPV vaccine. The organization also hopes this is the year the transmission of poliovirus is finally stopped in its last two holdouts, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Last year, fewer than 30 cases of polio were reported in both countries.
WHO also warns of the dangers of influenza — a century after the 1918 flu pandemic killed millions of people around the globe. “The world will face another influenza pandemic — the only thing we don’t know is when it will hit and how severe it will be,” the report states. The authors stress the importance of getting a flu shot each year for the best protection against the virus.
Of course they’d want to sell you more vaccines.
Even a yearly vaccine is not peak kikeness. Wait until they shill for the monthly shot that if missed by even one person, it would result in the total destruction of the population by one of those lab-engineered diseases.
They’re totally going for a dependency level similar to what diabetics have for insulin.