• America's Vaccine Civil War: Baylor Doctor Attacks Mothers of Vaccine Damaged Children in Attempt to Silence Them

    Dr. Peter Hotez of Baylor University has viciously attacked parents of vaccine damaged children, accusing them of "hating" their children, and calling on government leaders worldwide to silence their voices. As editor of Health Impact News, I am presenting two dissenting responses by two extremely well-educated and informed women, who are also mothers of vaccine-damaged children: Barbara Loe Fisher, Co-Founder and President of the National Vaccine Information Center, and Mary Holland, law professor at New York University School of Law. These two distinguished women represent the national cries for vaccine safety, and they represent the effort nationwide to support informed consent to medical procedures like vaccines, opposing the vaccine extremists agenda to mandate vaccines for ALL people in ALL situations ALL of the time, by force if necessary. Baylor University, where Dr. Peter Hotez serves as Dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine, presents themselves as a "A Private Christian University and a Nationally Ranked Research Institution." Their About Us page states that this is their "Values and Vision" statement: "Baylor's mission is to educate students for worldwide leadership and service by integrating academic excellence and Christian commitment in a caring community." Do Dr. Hotez's attacks against parents of vaccine-injured children fit in with Baylor's supposedly Christian philosophy?

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  • America's Vaccine Civil War: Baylor Doctor Attacks Mothers of Vaccine Damaged Children in Attempt to Silence Them

    The time has come to stop making excuses for Dr. Hotez and his gang of bullies. What we need to counter his thuggish rhetoric is a new application of a concept our society already understands: racism. For many decades, modern sociology has understood that race is a social construct and not necessarily tied to skin color or ethnicity. Indeed, Wikipedia defines race as “a concept used in the categorization of humans into groups, called races or racial groups, based on combinations of shared physical traits, ancestry, genetics, and social or cultural traits.” Certainly, this definition is amply wide to encompass categorization based on the physiology of one’s immune system, in particular whether one’s immune system has been modulated by vaccination. In this regard, we need to stop speaking of not vaccinating as a choice, because the default state of human physiology is not a choice, it is the God-given (or natural) order. The act of targeting individuals, families, or even whole communities, for discrimination based on physiology is a phenomenon we understand to be racism. That most people chose to be vaccinated does not alter the fact that they make themselves physiologically distinct. Vaccination, after all, induces a permanent change to one’s physiology. The fact that this change is wrought through technology rather than organically simply does not matter. The difference is mere semantics. Since we do not wish to simply ignore semantics, we may add a qualifier. I call excluding healthy children from school based on immune status “high-tech racism.”

    Regardless of some people’s misconceptions, Dr. Hotez is not ignorant. He knows how to use rhetoric and manipulate emotions; we ignore the sophistication of our adversary at our peril. When he says “They are a hate group that hates their family and hates their children” he is not making an off-the-cuff remark, because a person that hates her family or hates his children is a not only a social outcast, but an unfit parent that could find herself in family court in a termination of parental rights case. Dr. Hotez knows the destruction of families is a form of social and political repression, just as denial of educational opportunities is a form of repression. When the basis for such repression is lack of a physical characteristic wrought by technology, this is high-tech racism. I call Dr. Hotez a high-tech racist.

    I understand that the subject of racism is a sensitive one. Blacks in America endured centuries of race-based slavery, which was an institution where children and spouses were legally sold away never to be seen again. While being sensitive to past and present atrocities commonly understood as racist, we have a duty to recognize that racism takes many forms. This is not to diminish or misappropriate other groups’ suffering. On the contrary, we study the past to avoid mistakes in the present. In my home state of Vermont, the same agency that promoted the forced sterilization of Catholic, Quebecois and Abenaki women to protect Vermont as the “seed-bed of America” (as part of the Vermont Eugenics program) is now the agency promoting the denial of educational opportunities to students whom it deems to have inferior physiology. It is important to draw these parallels, because many of the arguments concerning protection of the herd and the “greater good” are historically arguments made by racists past.

  • America's Vaccine Civil War: Baylor Doctor Attacks Mothers of Vaccine Damaged Children in Attempt to Silence Them

    The "vaccines are safe narrative" is beginning to resemble the "there are no questions allowed narrative" that has been applied to the Holocaust. Where factual reporting and investigative research is castigated, a duplicitous agenda is sure to be at work. The vitriol demonstrated by the pharmacological industry and their paid bag men/women only proves all the more that there is a great deal to hide in this arena of pseudo-science. The vaccine proponents and big-ag poison peddlers are beginning to be reflections of one another. An immoral equivalence I find disturbing, but which obviously disturbs them not at all. When the government, corporations and NGOs are willing to harm children and the public at large for money, their fate is sealed. They will receive their justice in this life or the next.

  • America's Vaccine Civil War: Baylor Doctor Attacks Mothers of Vaccine Damaged Children in Attempt to Silence Them

    The clamour for safe or safer vaccines is in my opinion part and parcel of the mental asylum type of mentality afflicting well-meaning but brainwashed members of our society. Even the US Supreme Court has declared vaccines "unavoidably unsafe," so why persist in demanding the impossible?

    As far as i am concerned, the entire vaccine industry needs to be shut down for good to once and for all out an end to this medical fraud, child abuse and state-sponsored bioterrorism. Failing this, humankind as we know it will face extermination, which appears to be the plan.