The non-scientific purveyors of vaccination nation propaganda swear by “the science” (that they don’t even read, or understand) as overall proof that all vaccinations are always beneficial to the herd, and that individuals – according to “the science” – cannot be potentially harmed. And that’s because the official narrative says so. In fact, most of the opinions expressed by the non-medical, pro-vaxx, armchair scientists on social media are overwhelmingly in favor of forced vaccinations and/or the purging of non-vaccinated individuals from public places and forums. This, they say, is justice for the rest of the herd. They scream their vaccination decrees and they shout down skepticism. Then they shame those who don’t partake, and they demand conformity. The herd carries a tremendous amount of hatred and bigotry for anyone who dares to dissent from their mob-think.
Yet Big Media – including Facebook, Amazon, Hulu, etc. – has been pulling videos, documentaries, films, and TV episodes that display any manifestation of skepticism or criticism of the dogma around the pro-vaxx line.
The Brady Bunch, in Season 1, had an episode where Peter came home with the measles and Mom and Dad got ’em all together to pass it on to the whole brood to get the measles thing over and done. Most folks my age remember this, including the “measles parties,” where neighbors would want in on the measles sharing.
CBS recently pulled that episode (Season 1, Episode 13) from its online Brady Bunch access because, apparently, it’s just not acceptable to have a 50-year-old TV show display such brazen nonconformity toward received opinion. If this concept of a measles party is so ridiculous and the herd mouthpieces are so sure of their science, why do the propagandists for The Herd deem it necessary to eradicate any and all challenges to its official narrative across all media outlets? What are they really afraid of?2:56 pm on April 11, 2019 Email Karen De Coster