We have a tendency to believe what we see on TV. We’re all guilty of it. Especially what we see on the news, although that particular medium is thankfully fading into the sunset. Public Service Announcements (PSA) are very effective at directing opinion in a certain direction as well. And since pretty much all television and news is controlled it’s unlikely you will see a dissenting viewpoint. So we end up with a single narrative being our only frame of reference. That is, unless we take the time to delve into that narrative to see if it is in fact legitimate. Case in point: 7 year old cancer patient Rhett Krawitt.
Rhett Krawitt has become an effective spokesman for the pro-vaccination crowd. You see, Rhett has been fighting leukemia and is too ill to get the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine (MMR). So at a Reed Union school board meeting in Tiburon, Calif. he urged his San Francisco Bay Area school district to support a bill to abolish an immunization exemption that currently allows unvaccinated children to attend his school. The board was about to vote on a proposed exemption ban that would eliminate the state’s philosophical exemption from vaccination. And he was very persuasive. The bill passed. But what exactly was the motivation behind his speaking out? Follow this one down the bunny hole and you’ll find some interesting details. Details that call that motivation into question. The first is Rhetts claim that because of his cancer he can’t be around anyone who has not been vaccinated. But that isn’t exactly accurate!. It is vaccinated children – not un-vaccinated children – that immunocompromised people like Rhett, who is recovering from chemotherapy treatments for his leukemia, are advised to stay away from, it’s in the package inserts from their medication. So why would he say such a thing? Could it be that these are not his words? Maybe this will shed some light. The second detail that bears scrutiny is the fact that Rhetts Grandfather, Dr. Edward Krawitt, MD is a Vermont gastroenterologist who has been a paid consultant to GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) for years. You’d have to be pretty disconnected to even think there was no influence there.
“When in doubt, follow the money”. When nothing else makes sense this will usually bring it all together because as we all know everything is about the money. Everything. And since a big portion of GSKs profits are from vaccines, they would not look too favorably on negative ideas about those drugs, and would be most appreciative of anyone that helps preserve or increase the profit margin. And just imagine if suddenly every single child had to be vaccinated, how much those profit margins will jump! It’s a revolting thought that profits take precedence over the health of a child (or anyone for that matter) but that is unfortunately the reality. I don’t blame Rhett, if in fact there was influence at play here. He’s 7 years old and he has cancer for Christ sakes! He’s just repeating what he’s been told and believes to be the truth. I do blame his parents and other pertinent relatives for using the kid to further an agenda. It takes a pretty fucked-up individual to use a little kid like that, but that’s what the left does.Their mindset is that they must win every argument by saying and doing what ever is necessary to win, ethics and the truth be damned.
Here’s my point in all this: take nothing at face value, question everything, and research this stuff, then make up your own mind. Don’t blindly follow the narrative. And with the internet there is no reason not to do the research. It isn’t that hard. We know how corporations feel about us little people: they don’t. They will step on you with no more thought than they would stepping on a bug. So they aren’t looking out for our best interests, and that’s a fact. Be aware, be informed, and be safe.
Final thoughts: Drug companies state that vaccines are safe. If that’s true, then why did the drug companies lobby so hard to get a bill passed that gives them immunity from legal action for injuries caused by their vaccines? And why was there a need for the “vaccine court” to be instituted in 1987? Sounds like someone was trying to cover their asses in advance. With this immunity in place I’ll bet we start seeing more and more drugs being labeled as “vaccines”.
- Shakedown of Unvaccinated Students Begins in Spokane, Washington (activistpost.com)