10 April, 2022

America Today: Full of Adult Children

Posted by Socrates in manchildren, vaccine mandates, vaccine mania, vaccines at 11:56 am | Permanent Link

You’ve heard of a “man-child?” Well, keep reading.

A new trend:

“What about the theme parks? 60% of Disneyland visitors were adults with no children.”

“Adults with no children”? That’s really odd. In the old days, when you went to Disneyland, you’d see nothing but families (i.e., a father, a mother, and 2 or 3 kids).

How to explain that trend? Here’s one explanation: today’s “adults” aren’t really adults. Not mentally, at least. They’re stunted losers who never grew up, and who embrace antifa and “woke” and other nonsense. Why did they never grow up? Several reasons: the horrible public schools, poor discipline instilled in children by parents, too much TV-watching, and, believe it or not, all of the “vaccines” that kids get today (almost every kid gets 15 to 20 “vaccines” and most of those vaccines are unnecessary, but mothers are easily conned into getting Jimmy and Tommy jabbed-up. There is good evidence that some vaccines are harmful) [1].



[1] the average American child gets 15 vaccinations during the first 15 months of his life. Ridiculous! And scary. But wait. There are more vaccines in store for him later. From 18 months to 18 years of age, there are 3rd, 4th and 5th doses of some of those first 15 vaccines. So you’re talking about probably 20 vaccines in all. One doctor told me: “those vaccines? I’ve never seen any of those diseases” (that children are vaccinated against, e.g., tetanus, of which he said “you don’t see it anymore unless you live in humid places like Florida and you step on a rusty nail, and even then it’s very rare; in dry areas like New Mexico you don’t ever see it”).

Trivia: web searches for “vaccines” show overwhelmingly positive mentions of various vaccines, and that’s the whole plan, of course, i.e., search engines are set up to show only “positive” vaccine mentions. “Negative” vaccine mentions are automatically flagged as “medical misinformation” and vanish from the search unless you use clever search words. Some people say, “well, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) doesn’t show many vaccine injuries” and that’s true, for several reasons: 1) many people don’t know that a vaccine caused, say, autism in their child and they’ll likely never know; 2) most people don’t know that VAERS even exists; 3) it’s usually doctors who report to VAERS and many doctors are reluctant to report to VAERS since it’s a long process and it’s difficult to prove that “X” vaccine caused an injury. The mania surrounding vaccines today is truly stunning: when Covid-19 first arrived circa March 2020, we were told that “children and adolescents are nearly immune to Covid.” But today, the “experts” want to vaccinate 3-year-olds. (The pro-vaxxers have awesome power, by the way: Western pro-vaxxers forced India to stop using Ivermectin pills for Covid treatment even though Ivermectin worked very well there).

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