Pinterest Blocks “Vaccine” and “Vaccination” Search Results

Pinterest bans search results for Vaccines and Vaccinations

WOW, This is Crazy!!!

After years of Censorship on the internet, Pinterest has mostly kept it’s head down.

That is, until now!

Here’s the deal, in an unprecedented move, Pinterest CENSORS search results for “Vaccine” and “Vaccination”

Yes, seriously it is that simple. If you enter “vaccine” or “vaccination” in Pinterest search, it turns up NOTHING!

Look:

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That’s right, in an effort to cover up so called “anti-vaccination misinformation” on vaccines, Pinterest literally banned users from searching for it!

This is straight up crazy. Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and Google have made huge censorship moves recently, but perhaps non are so explicit as banning WORDS from being searched.

A spokesperson from Pinterest told Fortune magazine “If a search returns largely polluted results that violate our policies, we will stop serving the query, either temporarily or permanently,” via email “We started blocking certain searches related to vaccinations and cancer cures last year because results were leading to harmful misinformation.”

No More Information Exchange?

The greatest thing about the internet was the freedom of information exchange, but with moves like this it is hard to see how freedom of information exchange can exist. Moves such as banning vaccine search queries, treat adult, free-thinking human beings like ignorant children. Incapable of researching past the headline.

If these maneuvers continue, we will either have to find free speech platforms, or the free exchange of information of information is DEAD.

In the Dust of Proposed Federal Vaccination Exemption Ban

Only a day after the FDA commissioner told CNN that the federal government may step in to stop vaccine exemptions if the “measles epidemic” continues. This while all the while ignoring the fact that one in eight women will have be diagnosed with a thyroid disorder in their lifetime.

Why the push for Vaccine Censorship?

Here’s the deal, for whatever reason, we are meant to believe that vaccines are safe, no matter the additives, no matter the way in which they are derived. People are being treated like cattle, because en mass they are unwilling to stand up and do the right thing. Most people are concerned only with paying their bills, and blinded by the encroaching shadow of deception around them.

It is time to wake up and take control of your life, while you still have the choice!!!!

 

Federal Government May “Push” to Eliminate Vaccine Exemptions Says FDA Director

Vaccine exemptions for Religious reasons exist in 47 states.

Several other states allow for vaccination exemptions for philosophical reasons.

All states allow for medical vaccine exemptions with a doctors approval.

But, is the federal government planning to step in and eliminate state vaccination exemptions.

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This is crazy, the director of the Food and Drug Administration told CNN on Tuesday February 19th, that the states “force the hand of the federal health agencies” if individual states do not crack down on vaccine exemptions.

Why you ask?

Here’s why, the answer is mostly due to an “outbreak” of measles in the US. There have been a little over 100 cases of measles in 2019, and most of them, 62, are in Clark County, Washington just north of Portland. Reportedly most of these cases were with individuals who refused vaccinations.

Due to this measles “hot spot”, FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb came forward and told CNN that the federal government may step in and force vaccination on a national levels for measles and other diseases.

“Some states are engaging in such wide exemptions that they’re creating the opportunity for outbreaks on a scale that is going to have national implications,” Said Gottlieb of the FDA.

It gets better, he also told CNN “certain states continue down the path that they’re on, I think they’re going to force the hand of the federal health agencies,” he added.

Other medical groups have long pushed for an elimination of all exemptions, except medical for a long time. Groups such as the American Medical Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

In response to this news, Dr. Adam Ratner of the Childs Hospital at NYU Langone stated “This is fantastic news,”, “I think some of the states may need that kind of push.”

What’s the deal? Why are so many people opting for vaccine exemptions?

For one, there are many odd things used in vaccinations, from baby fetuses, to monkey and dog kidneys. Truly the list goes on and on, and a complete list can be found on the CDC’s vaccine information page.

On the other hand, some find that loading a child with so many vaccines close to birth can shock the immune system, and cause trauma in the body. This can lead to allergies, organ malfunctions, and in some cases autism.

 

In my experience, your body knows when something is in it that doesn’t belong. Monkey kidneys, dog kidneys, and many of these similar ingredients DON”T BELONG. Your body knows this, and an immune response is triggered. If a 0ne month old baby is exposed to to many xenobiotics, it stands to reason there is a risk of damaging the immune system. This can have many implications especially on a developing body.

The studies go both ways, regardless it will take 50 years to determine the true impact of multiple vaccines in newborns. With 100 cases of measles in 2019, and measles having a fatality of 2-3 in 1000, it is hardly justifiable to force vaccinations on 100% of the public, when we truly don’t know the long term effects of vaccinations.

What’s the bottom line? If vaccinations work, then those that are vaccinated should be safe, and those that don’t want to vaccinate their children reserve that right.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oregon State Proposes “Universal Home Visits” for All New Parents, so Whats the Fuss?

Oregon State declares an emergency, and calls for a study into “universal home visits” for new parents from nurses and other licensed practitioners. The study is due by December of 2019, but the bill is already drawing concern from the public.

Despite programs around the nation similar to the one proposed in this bill, none are state funded. Programs such as Family Connects, a Durham, NC, based program submitted comments to the the Washington hearing, citing their success with a similar voluntary program.

But here’s the catch, nothing is ever as simple as it seems, and this is especially true when it comes to receiving “free” government services.

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Many are concerned that this type of program could become mandatory for all new parents. In turn leading to more children removed from homes by CPS, and it may even be used to enforce mandatory vaccines.

Sounds crazy right?

But is it? Lets look at the bigger picture.

Overview of SB526

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Currently the bill requires the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) to study universal home visits, and to report back to the legislature by December 2019.

Though the language of the bill is currently very thin, we can look at those responsible for pushing this bill forward, as well as the officials that have spoken on the matter.

Senator Haywood has a Past

Most apparently is the connection between one of the head sponsors Senator Haywood, who has pushed forward legislation in the past that has raised some eyebrows.

In fact she has previously proposed 4 bills which would limited, or completely removed a parent’s right to chose whether to vaccinate their children or not, in someway shape or form. Though we won’t be looking at all of those bills today, you can view more at this site.

Vaccine Enforcement and SB526

So what does being extremely pro-vaccine have to do with the current bill?

Universal home visits from nurses or otherwise “certified” state officals, can easily be used to enforce vaccine regulation. Not only by having a nurse constantly reminding you about the need to vaccinate, but also having the power to call child protective services should they feel your child is “at risk”.

SB526 Would Create a new “Soft” Police Power

SB526 creates a “soft” police force of home visiting nurses who essentially become state employees. This policing power could result in intimidating parents into complying, or risk loosing their children.

Here’s the deal, it’s not just those concerned about vaccines being forced upon their children that worry about CPS. Opening the door to a wide range of intrusion from “certified individuals” that can call CPS if they don’t like the what you raise your older children, or your personal choices about your health and the health of your family.

Private Vs. Publicly Funded Home Visits

Though Family Connects submitted data from a study which showed that those that utilized their services were slightly less likey to be visited by CPS and the fact that there is nothing wrong with choosing to pay a nurse to check up on your children, there is a huge difference when the workers, work for the state.

The difference between choosing to pay out of pocket or through your private insurance to receive at home services, and having the government provide “free’ universal visits is one of the concerns.

The moment that these services are funded by the government, the visitors do not work for you, but for the State. Essentially creating an environment for state officials to enter and examine your home condition s as well as your children. Once they are in, the government can pass amendment after amendment to suite their needs.

The Real Question?

Will the universal visits be mandatory?

As of yet, no one, has the answer this question. But many are talking about it as if it will be mandatory for all new parents to receive these visits. Though we may not know until the legislation is actually written, it is important that those concerned with this issue, we cannot let this question go un-answered.

In particular a slide show put together by OHA calls the initiative a “mandate”. Does this mean it will be mandatory? Perhaps its too soon to tell, but when they call it an “emergency” it raises alarms.

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Universal Home Visits in Other States

Although Oregon is the first state to push through this type of legislation, other states have in the past have entertained this idea, and several state officials have talked about moving forward with similar legislation.

For example, on Janurary 15th, 2019, Governor Jay Inslee of Washington State, mentioned in a tweet that his new budget offers “universal home visits”.

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Other states may be working toward similar legislation, California has tried in the past. Additionally, last year a ballot initiative for universal home “care” was on Maine’s ballot, but it was voted down.

Going Forward

For the preservation of the rights of parents, it is important to be certain that this bill is not “mandatory”, and is indeed voluntary. Additionally, it is important that those who choose to opt out will not be target by CPS for their choices.

Unless the legislature gives more information on their intentions, we may have to see the proposed bill in it’s fulk written form for the answer.

But to those unconcerned I say, once your door is opened to the State, it will not easily be closed.