When Fools Play God, You Get Measles

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“Sorry, we can’t stay and smite you, we’ve gotta get outta here–Measles is comin’ to town!”

Why are the nooze media and certain politicians fear-mongering about measles and demanding that everyone be forced to get a measles vaccine? Why are we hearing about this supposed measles apocalypse and seeing them introduce bills to wipe out religious and conscientious exemptions?

Dr. Mercola has a fascinating article about this:

https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2019/06/11/what-is-going-on-with-measles.aspx?utm_source=dnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20190611Z1&et_cid=DM293891&et_rid=637011802

When I was a boy, practically everyone got measles. I didn’t, but my brother and sister did and we all had to be quarantined. Everybody got it, but nobody died. But now we’re being told “measles kills,” and local “outbreaks” are being blamed on unvaccinated persons–with demands from the nooze media and politicians that these persons be punished for putting life on earth at risk, or something.

Some highlights from Dr. Mercola’s article:

*There is a history of measles vaccine failures reported in the science and medical literature.

*Vaccinated persons can still get “wild type” measles, sometimes without visible symptoms.

*Suddenly all the powers that be believe that measles is a terrible threat and the vaccine is “very safe and effective,” despite evidence to the contrary.

*A baby in the womb will acquire a temporary natural immunity to measles from his mother, if the mother has had measles sometime in her life–but not if the mother has had the measles vaccine. Babies born to vaccinated mothers are not immune to measles and newborns can catch it.

*First they announced they were gonna “eradicate measles” by 1967, then they announced they were gonna do it by 2000, followed with a “mission accomplished!” celebration, which was followed by measles coming back and somehow coming back stronger than it was before… so now they’re gonna eradicate it by 2020.

My conclusion is that they’re fooling around with this, playing God, and making the problem a great deal worse than it was.

But that’s part of utopian humanist ideology–which requires Science and the State to do all those things that God was supposed to do but didn’t because He doesn’t exist: but never mind, we, The Smartest People In The World, we will wipe out disease and poverty and war! Four horsemen, we’ve got you in our crosshairs!

And all they ever do is make things worse.

About leeduigon

I have lived in Metuchen, NJ, all my life. I have been married to my wife Patricia since 1977. I am a former newspaper editor and reporter. I was also the owner-operator of my own small business for several years. I wrote various novels and short stories published during 1980s and 1990s. I am a long-time student of judo and Japanese swordsmanship (kenjutsu). I also play chess, basketball, and military and sports simulations. View all posts by leeduigon

11 responses to “When Fools Play God, You Get Measles

  • Erlene Talbott

    Typical double-speak. Again and again, stupid humans try to take control of things that are totally out of their ability to do so. On the one hand, they see the world as too crowded with humans which are threatening wild life, ecology, etc. etc. Aborting humans, they see as a good thing- reducing the over growth of humans, euthanizing elderly and infirm “useless eaters” and then go into panic mode about something that has always been a nuisance disease, but not life threatening. The hypocrisy is mind boggling. Even mumps can be considered a pretty serious attack, but I did not have mumps until I was in my thirties, and yes, it was annoying and very uncomfortable, however I am still kicking in my eighties, so I am highly unlikely to ever get mumps again, nor chicken pox or measles. I did have a case of shingles because of the chicken pox virus that remains. Again, it was unpleasant, inconvenient and uncomfortable, but again, I am surviving.
    This is all just another panic attack to create a money-making, people controlling ploy by the idiots.

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  • Phoebe

    Almost every kid I knew when I was a kid had measles and/or chickenpox at some time, and no one died of it or even missed that much school. In fact, my mother used to tell me that I learned to read when I was down with the measles at 3 years old. She’d read to me because I was bored and itchy, and after a while I figured out how the squiggles on the page came together to make the words she was reading to me. Oh, and note that she was sitting right beside me so I could look over her arm at the book, and somehow she didn’t catch the measles from me, even though she’d never been vaccinated. Go figure.

    Hey, maybe it would be good for kids to catch measles and then send in people to read to them. It might get them to learn to read and write better than the government schools are doing. (Just kidding. I don’t really propose infecting kids with measles in order to get them to read. Thought I’d clarify that before the Child Protective Services people come pounding at my door.)

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  • ice cream media

    Interesting food for thought. I’ve often thought it was weird that the history of measles is being rewritten.

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  • unknowable2

    I had two different types of measles as a kid. The more common type was little more than a curiosity. I had red spots on my face and got to stay home from school. I recall that I wasn’t particularly burdened with symptoms. Certainly no worse than a mild cold. I also got what my mother called German Measles, which was slightly worse, but hardly anything to worry about. No one in the family was even slightly concerned. It was a minor issue at the most.

    The sheeple are buying whatever the media is selling. A ship of fools.

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