What you don’t know can definitely hurt you. Just like if your spouse cheats and gives you STDs without you knowing, the anti-vax crew can create the Super Plague™ to help wipe out half of your family without you knowing their actions behind the scenes.
And now we have numerous groups of pro-plague proponents that have decided to join forces to help deliver a fun mixture of death to everyone else when the diseases begin to mutate and bypass our current vaccination efforts.
How did all of this start, anyway?
Well, the “evidence” that started the pro-plague crusade was a single doctor that had a massive financial interest in replacing the MMR vaccine with his voodoo science. He also admitted it was fake. Oh and he’s in jail. He faked data in a small group of patients to promote a link between vaccines and autism. The data has been proven fabricated. Yet, here we are. One douchebag hungry for money created a legion of these people that are fighting to create the Super Plague™.
Did you know the CDC estimates that over 21 million hospitalizations and over 730,000 children deaths were prevented in the last 20 years because of vaccines?
Children are getting diseases that were previously eradicated, with many of them dying. But at this point we have practically no other option left. The forceful interaction with the inevitable result of death of kids may be the only thing that wakes up anti-vaxxers to the point of maybe doing a bit more research. Then, maybe that research will lead them to the realization that millions upon millions worldwide get vaccines, without a noticeable link to autism or any other defect. There is a much higher risk of death from a lack of vaccine, than from a vaccine.
The pro-plague movement is a unique one, one that could be almost like a cultist dystopian novel. The group grows until they have famous personalities in their reigns and then move into a “religion” territory. They work to spread their diseases to all other non-believers. We could make a movie out of this. We’ll need a lot of plague doctor masks. I’m okay with that.
Can a person be anti-anti-vax, but also pro plague doctors? I’m just here for the masks.
The most ironic part about all of this has to be the fact that the pro-plague community, the same people who deny the protection to their children by skipping vaccines, are healthy and alive today because they and their parents were vaccinated. Without it, many of them wouldn’t have seen 13.
Vaccines have risks, man. I get it. But the risk of an outbreak of historical viral diseases, Super Plague™, or just the general damage of measles/smallpox/etc are so far greater and more likely than the risks presented by vaccines. Risk vs reward. Let’s learn this importance balance before we’re all getting wrecked by rats again.