Is it dangerous for a baby to have a deadly disease or to have a father who is ignorant and stupid?
Those who have read the story of the 14-month-old baby, Liam, battling brain cancer in Edmonton, Canada, will find it hard not to feel sad for the child. But what his father is doing is totally outrageous. Instead of trying to send out a positive message about safety of children, he wants to impose mandatory measles vaccine on them – something that has killed many children and disabled many others.
The CBC story writes about the young victim of cancer getting exposed to measles: “Liam, who had never been well enough to receive a vaccination, was placed under quarantine for three weeks.” And at once the father, Jerry Wrice, took this opportunity to become a celebrity and get his photo published in papers by jumping on the vaccination tram.
Wrice says that the exposure to measles is reason enough for him to demand mandatory vaccination for all. He is apparently suffering from the more deadly disease called ignorance. If he weren’t, he would consider the fact that he has no proof that somebody unvaccinated exposed his child to the measles virus, and that measles vaccine is dangerous with a controversy over its link to autism as revealed by a CDC whistleblower still in news.
While feeling sad for the child and wishing him well, it’s important to caution everyone against the tactic of pharma-affiliated mainstream media’s use of people like Jerry Wrice who play the victim card to promote dangerous, ineffective vaccines and tyrannical state laws.