It seems that the Vaccine Debate has become the next Hegelian Dialectic being forced upon us. I have talked about this "Marxist process of change" before, but in case you are not familiar with this term, let me explain it. Let's say those in power want to accomplish some goal; we'll call it A, but they know that the populace would never go for it. So they create scenario B that drives the public into a panic. They then have solution C (which is actually A) waiting in the wings to help solve B. But what the populace doesn't realize is this: they've been played. The whole sequence of events was staged and planned to achieve the original goal.
Confused? Let me give you a little demonstration of this theory ... say some malevolent government wanted to institute martial law, but the people of the nation are generally lovers of freedom, and the officials know the people will not easily surrender their rights. So agents within the government create a situation (say something like Ferguson, Missouri), that spills over into nationwide violence and chaos. Widespread looting occurs, cities burn, innocent citizens are targeted by angry mobs, and the nation's economy becomes seriously affected. Those same freedom-loving citizens start to think that perhaps a temporary period of martial law is needed to get things back to normal. They beg the government to do something, anything, to solve the problem... and guess what? The original goal is achieved; but it ain't temporary!
According to the Autism Science Foundation, "In 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network reported that approximately 1 in 68 children in the United States has an Autism Spectrum Disorder. This new estimate is roughly 30 percent higher than previous estimates reported in 2012, of 1 in 88 children. In the 1980’s autism prevalence was reported as 1 in 10,000. In the nineties, prevalence was 1 in 2500 and later 1 in 1000." Now this organization is careful to say that a decade ago, research seemed to show that vaccines were a likely cause of autism, but they have changed their stance to reflect that recent research has discounted that theory.
Then there is The Autism Society, which says "There is no known single cause for autism spectrum disorder, but it is generally accepted that it is caused by abnormalities in brain structure or function... Research indicates other factors besides the genetic component are contributing to the rise in increasing occurrence of autism – for example, environmental toxins (e.g., heavy metals such as mercury), which are more prevalent than in the past."
Now, I am not a doctor nor a scientist; and I have no way to prove which of the above theories is the correct one. But I cannot dismiss the countless stories of normal, healthy infants suddenly developing autism after receiving a conglomeration of vaccines during a well-child checkup. I have heard too many stories like this one: My neighbor, and good friend, experienced a frightening situation when her infant son went into a seizure-like state after receiving a vaccine shot. I can understand why she, like many mothers I know, do not get their children vaccinated. And there lies "the rub" for our government, and why there is a need for the latest Hegelian strategy.
You see, I don't want to engage in a conversation about the pros and cons of vaccinations -- although that is a worthy discussion to have. (Please read this well-documented report on measles in the pre-vaccination era versus today.) No, I'm more concerned in what that discussion seems to be leading towards. There is a near hysteria over the recent measles outbreak in California, with parents concerned that unvaccinated children who get the measles could spread the virus exponentially, causing an epidemic of children who might "suffer the serious complications of measles, such as deafness and brain damage or even death" (as one CNN news report disclosed).
As the alarm over the 155 cases of measles in 16 states (which started at Disneyland in December) is trending as a major "measles outbreak", I am more alarmed over what I see as a collaboration between the media and government to hint at "forced" vaccinations. When you have Megan Kelly, one of the out-front news anchors of Fox News saying she "is not opposed to Big Brother getting involved when it comes to child vaccinations", I think that is a deliberate and planned warning to the American people.
First of all, explain to me why 155 cases in about 2 months is cause for such hand-wringing? The Center for Disease Control, itself, reported 27,672 measles cases reported in 1990, and 75,290 reported cases in 1971. True, they acknowledged that failure to vaccinate children at the appropriate age was the major factor in these numbers; but they also related that there was an increase of measles in Central and South American countries, and that black and Hispanic children are less likely to be age-appropriately vaccinated than are white children.
So, it seems to me that it's not really the number of measles cases that is the cause for all the hysteria; could perhaps the recent measles cases just be a convenient excuse to push the vaccine agenda? Let's see, what recent events have occurred in our country that would have introduced a large population of unvaccinated children of Hispanic origin into the midst of our otherwise healthy population? Could there be any connection between our open, porous borders and the sudden push for vaccinations for all children?
And if you want to follow that trail down the rabbit hole, you better screw on your tin foil hat ... because I have some very important questions that everyone must answer for themselves. Do you trust the CDC and do you trust all the additives in today's vaccines? Do you believe that the Elite of the world are interested in population control? If so, why, and how could they implement a widespread reduction of the world's population? Is there any connection between the growing GMO food supply and the combinations of vaccines that children now receive? And, finally, do you think the U.S. government should mandate vaccinations for all children? Consider Megan Kelly's response (whom I would certainly include in the ranks of the Elite) when asked if she opposed mandatory vaccinations for children. She clearly stated her objective: "No".
Now, let's go back to the question I asked at the beginning of this essay ... Doesn't it seem like the heated debate on this issue came out of nowhere? Is it possible that mandatory vaccinations (for whatever reason -- good or bad) are the goal? And in order to sell the American people on yet another loss of the freedom to live their lives as they choose, a "false measles epidemic" is incited to cause widespread panic and a demand from frantic parents to protect their children from those immoral parents who choose not to vaccinate?
I know it all sounds crazy and Machiavellian; and it is difficult to think that anyone could engineer such devious plans for the world's population. But the Haves will use any means necessary to retain control over the Have Nots. It's just too bad that we have to question the motives behind everything these days.
Galatians 4:17: "They make much of you, but for no good purpose. They want to shut you out, that you may make much of them."