CDC, WHO, and Merck documents prove the VACCINATED are spreading measles
In early 2015, Big Pharma has declared war on vaccine dissent. In case you haven’t noticed over the last two weeks, US media outlets are running a highly coordinated and sensationalized propaganda campaign to hype-up a “national measles outbreak”, while demonizing any American parents that dare to question the efficacy and safety of any mass-produced vaccine product. (Originally published on 21stCenturyWire.com)
Back in 2000, the CDC announced that the United States achieved measles elimination. Since then, cases have been recorded in the US each year, culminating in 2014 where the CDC claims to have tracked 644 cases. Where are these cases really coming from? Clearly, measles do exist, but can they rightly say that recent cases in 2014 and 2015 constitute a “national outbreak”?
There is a visible backlash happening against parents who are challenging government and corporate vaccine orthodoxy. The US media’s latest ‘mandatory vaccination‘ PR campaign was successfully launched nationwide following an “outbreak” incident at Disneyland, the Walt Disney theme park brand on January 7th (see the timeline of events here).
As a popular and recognizable children’s brand, Disneyland was crucial in propelling successful headlines that boldly declared, “Disneyland Measles Outbreak“. Even the President endorsed the campaign stating, “There is every reason to get vaccinated — there aren’t reasons to not,” Barack Obama told Today on Monday.
Today, CNN took an even more aggressive stance in promoting what the network is now touting as a “federal mandate“.
CNN’s Sanjay Gupta pressed hard on the new US Surgeon General Vivek Murphy about how vaccines “do not cause autism”. Host Jake Tapper continued heaping on the narrative by claiming, “When they [parents] opt-out [of vaccines] they put not only their children but other children at risk too”. Tapper later insisted that the federal government “needs to convince” parents that all vaccines “are safe”. The messaging being pushed here is as follows: “measles are currently ravaging the US and so we need all children to receive ALL vaccines mandated by the state”. That could total up to 49 or more vaccines per child.
What US authorities and media are hiding from the public is a disturbing phenomenon where the measles infection is actually spread through MMR (live measles-mumps-rubella vaccine). See a full and detailed report on this below.
FEAR CAMPAIGN: The media used the family-friendly Disney brand to hype-up a non-existent “national outbreak“.
The reality, just like the US-based Ebola Hoax, is that there is no ‘national outbreak‘. The CDC is currently promoting the idea that 2014 was a record year for measles in the US with approximately 644 cases out of a US population of 320 million. What the media is not telling you (surprise, surprise) is that the majority of those 644 plus cases originated from two specific sources: an Amish community and a group of travelers who entered the US from the Philippines. So when you eliminate those two sources, there was no ‘upward trend’ at all in the US in 2014.
In fact, the CDC’s own 2014 reports state: “The U.S. experienced 23 measles outbreaks in 2014, including one large outbreak of 383 cases, occurring primarily among unvaccinated Amish communities in Ohio. Many of the cases in the U.S. in 2014 were associated with cases brought in from the Philippines, which experienced a large measles outbreak. For more information see the Measles in the Philippines Travelers’ Health Notice.”
Regardless of the details and facts, the US media are touting the latest ‘outbreak’ in California, citing “102 children in California” who have been detected with measles, leading audiences to believe that these just cropped-up from nowhere and were a direct result of “unvaccinated children” who gave measles to other ‘vulnerable children’. Since the Disneyland outbreak story was released, US media outlets, including CNN, have been aggressively promoting the livestock term, “herd immunity”, effectively labeling American children as a herd of animals. Media and CDC spokespersons appearing on TV are insisting that this ‘herd immunity‘ is merely the collective level of inoculation that protects even the unvaccinated.
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