12/13/2019 / By Ethan Huff
In response to a vaccine industry propaganda piece recently published by NBC News, Rick Wilson, a Trump-hating member of the establishment Republican party, tweeted about how parents who oppose vaccination for their children should be sent to re-education camps.
A throwback to Nazi Germany, Wilson declared “anti-vaxxers” a “scourge” on society, and demanded that all their property be immediately seized and their children taken into “protective custody” – all for questioning the safety and effectiveness of a “medicine” that’s never been tested against a true placebo.
Wilson was apparently upset to read that some New Yorkers and Californians have decided to picket in front of doctors’ officers where medical staff insist upon forcing all patients to be vaccinated, even against their will. So, he chose to respond by calling for such individuals to be taken to the gulag like Adolph Hitler would have done.
“Anti-vaxxers are a scourge and a strong argument for re-education camps, the immediate seizure of their property, and putting their children into protective custody,” were Wilson’s exact words on Twitter, which earned him 7,834 likes as of this writing.
At least one Twitter user responded to Wilson’s rant by pointing out the vaccine for polio is actually spreading more polio, while another shared a link to an article in The Guardian about how parents in Pakistan are actually going to jail for taking a stand against mandatory polio vaccination.
“The parents in Pakistan will sacrifice anything to stop it!” this same user wrote in a caption to the linked article.
Others expressed disgust that Wilson so glibly ignores the plight of vaccine-injured children, which number in the thousands, if not tens of thousands. Still others called out Wilson, a supposed journalist, for engaging in “irresponsible journalism.”
“The start lesson to be learned is that medicine can be weaponized when doctors join forces with government & deviate from their personal and professional ethical commitment under the Hippocratic Oath – ‘First, do no harm!'” tweeted yet another.
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While the audacity of some parents standing up to the medical police state has really thrown Wilson into a tizzy, his followers were generally opposed to his gulag sentiment. Somehow, they don’t see it as fitting to throw people into concentration camps simply because they choose not to vaccinate.
When, exactly, did vaccination become the type of thing that has to be mandated at gunpoint? What happened to freedom of health choice, or the Constitution, for that matter?
If vaccines really work as claimed, then it shouldn’t matter if some people choose not to get them. Those who did get them have the protection they need, right? Common sense further dictates that if vaccines really work without ever causing a single harmful side effect, then nobody would be opposed to them in the first place.
But this is simply not the case, as thousands of parents have been left with injured or dead kids as a result of vaccination. While they may work for some, vaccines certainly don’t work for all – which means mandating them, as states like California and New York are now trying to do, constitutes crimes against humanity.
“One could make the argument that anti-vaxxers are pushing harmful misinformation, but to suggest they should have their kids seized and put in gulags is clearly demented,” writes Paul Joseph Watson for Infowars.
“While Wilson purports to be a conservative, he is in reality a deep state neo-con who has trashed President Trump for [three] years solid.”
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