Measles On The Up

Written by Backandtotheleft

Monday, 19 August 2019

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Has Science Gone Too Far

The UK has, for the first time in decades, lost it’s “Measles free status due to the rise of people not vaccinating their kids. More and more parents are becoming worried that vaccines not only help stop the spread of fatal diseases but also make babies gay, change them into dolphins or make them traitorous remoaners.

Sue Riley from the Concerned Parents Alliance said:

Vaccinating your kids is the WORST thing you can do as a parent.
Back when I was a kid my parents would let me play outside on the road all day and I never got hit by a car or caught a deadly childhood disease. It’s political correctness gone mad.

Of course there has been an upsurge in misleading information about vaccinations in the past few years, this goes hand in hand with all the rest of the lies and shite that is pushed on us on a daily basis.

A government spokesman said:

Look everyone should just listen to us on this one, get your kids vaccinated and they won’t die of things that the Victorians stopped dying from. Yes I understand that we’ve spent the last few years saying that we’re all sick of experts buy please listen to these ones. You know these experts not other experts do you understand?

Tom Lear just a bloke on the street said:

I wonder if there’s a connection with wanting a no deal Brexit and not vaccinating your kids?

Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, is reportedly quite happy with the drop in vaccines. In fact many in the Conservative party welcome the anti vaccination nonsense because it will kill of swathes of weak poor people

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