Wow, the 2016 Presidential race is getting more bizarre by the day, it seems, and the latest example of people wandering off into la la land is found in libertarian party candidate Gary Johnson. He just announced that whatever chemicals and viral strains the corrupt, scientifically incompetent federal government decides should be injected into your children must be obediently accepted by parents or they should face arrest, imprisonment or gunpoint enforcement.
Gary Johnson, in other words, has just had official immunization science "splained" to him and has now surrendered the entire idea of liberty upon which the libertarian party was founded. Suddenly, your human rights -- medical choice rights -- are no longer considered inalienable by Gary Johnson, who believes that people should be forced against their will to be injected with toxic substances linked to comas, seizures, autism, cancer, neurological disorders, paralyzation and even death.
Even though FDA documents have already linked vaccines to autism, and even though 98 million Americans were accidentally injected with cancer viruses during polio immunizations, and even though forced immunizations violate the AMA's Code of Medical Ethics, Gary Johnson now believes that the government's medical demands override your human rights.
"If it ends up to be a federal issue, I would come down on the side of science and I would probably require that vaccine," says Johnson as reported on VPR.net, which continues:
"It's an evolution actually just in the last few months, just in the last month or so," he said. "I was under the belief that … 'Why require a vaccine? If I don't want my child to have a vaccine and you want yours to, let yours have the vaccine and they'll be immune.' Well, it turns out that that's not the case, and it may sound terribly uninformed on my part, but I didn't realize that."
Herd immunity, medical fantasies and sheeple control
Johnson, it turns out, believes in herd immunity, a medical fantasy of vaccine propagandists. The very concept of herd immunity is quack science, as it proposes that vaccines don't work on individuals in a population unless the entire population is vaccinated, at which point all the vaccines given to all the other people magically spring into action and provide bulletproof protection for all.
This medical fairy tale -- which might as well just be called "sheeple immunity" -- flies in the face of biological cause and effect. There does not exist any mechanism by which the body of one child magically detects whether the bodies of other nearby children have been injected with vaccines and subsequently decides to activate immunity. Active immunity is an individual affair, and aside from passive immunity acquired by newborns from mothers, developed bodies must individually invoke immunity on their own. There is no such thing as "community-immunity." The very idea smacks of magical thinking and sheer medical quackery.
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