If you’re under the age of 18 and your parents won’t let you get vaccinated, then they must hate you and want you to die. This is what WikiHow is telling children, anyway, in a new “learn how to do anything” information page that teaches young ones how to secretly get vaccinated without their parents’ knowledge or consent.
Entitled, “How to Get Vaccinated Without Parental Consent,” the entry, dated January 9, 2020, contends that all opposition to vaccination stems from “misinformation about vaccines online” and “rabbit holes of conspiracy theories and made-up ‘facts.'” And the only way around this, it presents as the solution, is for unvaccinated children to quietly scheme out how to get jabbed without their parents knowing about it.
Not even attempting to veil their true intent, the authors of this WikiHow entry openly suggest that children should basically lie to their parents in the event that opposition to vaccination is present within the family. When begging, pleading, and otherwise manipulating their vaccine-opposed parents doesn’t work, these same children are told to seek out “another responsible adult” who will give them their shots without concern or question.
“Petition the court for emancipation if your parents are really bad,” the “Look at your options” section of the entry further reads. “Wait until you’re 18 if you think that your parents would severely punish or abuse you if they learned that you disobeyed them,” it goes on to state, planting in children’s minds the idea that parents who oppose vaccination are inherent child abusers.
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The overall premise of the entry centers around the idea that parents who oppose vaccines are basically evil. Furthermore, it pushes the false notion that vaccines are always safe and effective, and that when children don’t get them they automatically become “vulnerable to dangerous and even deadly diseases.”
It’s fear-mongering propaganda at its finest, and the kind that’s been specifically custom-tailored for little ears in order to scare them into doing something they otherwise would never think about of their own volition. Are my parents going to hurt me? is what a lot of them will surely be asking themselves after reading this entry, causing severe mental anguish and potentially rash or dangerous behavior.
Meanwhile, other Big Tech platforms are systematically censoring all content that in any way questions vaccines, which means that children who browse the web unattended will only be able to access information that encourages them to get vaccinated for their own “safety,” while informing them of none of the risks involved.
We’ve been warning about such a scenario for quite some time now, urging our readers to prepare for the day when telling vaccine truth online is prohibited. And it appears as though that day is almost here, with WikiHow leading the way in not only pushing pro-vaccine propaganda on the next generation, but also driving a wedge between children and their parents – and what could be eviler than that?
“This article is so dangerous to public health that WikiHow deserves to be sued by parents and criminally investigated for publishing it,” warns Mike Adams, the Health Ranger. “The WikiHow article tries to brainwash children into thinking that vaccines are universally safe and effective when, in reality, vaccine manufacturers openly admit their vaccines are backed by no real science at all.”
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