Anti-Vax vs Pro-Vax & the Effectiveness of Satire

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By: Roger Landry (TLB)

When I read the attached article … my jaw dropped …

Preface: As you read this the world is steadily waking up to the reality of vaccine dangers … just not fast enough for most of us in the know.

Many at this point in time are what we would refer to as fence post sitters, born into, and raised with, the belief that vaccines are about the most important mechanism of modern medicine, responsible for the protection of humanity and having the distinction of saving untold lives by eradicating the scourge of disease.

But via the internets ability to circumvent the mainstream media, and inform us of issues these media puppets are not permitted to, these post sitters are becoming aware of the mountain of information and peer reviewed science showing that there are serious flaws in, and repercussions attached to, the vaccine/vaccination scenario … and their doubts and concerns about vaccines grows.

Most fence post sitters are caught, to some extent, in both worlds via the power of a lifetime of believing, and their newly awakening feelings of doubt influenced by, information they were never aware existed.

I write this not to go overboard trying to convince you that vaccines are evil or a scourge on humanity (but I will get a few facts and licks in), because if you are reading this I can only hope you are among those who have invested the time to research this topic. No I write this to display the cunning and intellect of those who wish to maintain the status quo.

Yes there are paid trolls and shills representing the pharmaceutical interests, and we are all painfully aware of this, as well as individuals who (through constant propaganda) truly believe in the omnipotence and omnibenevolence of vaccines. We wrongly assume that these individuals lack the intelligence, or the personal fortitude, to think for themselves, only parroting the line of their masters. We back this belief with the abundance of information available … if only they would see it, and nothing could be further from the truth.

What you are about to read did not come from the mind of an ignorant or mentally challenged individual, actually quite the opposite. The attached article shows a rather high level of intellect and reasoning … albeit false reasoning (or paid for reasoning?). The comparison of brakes to vaccines is flawed at best and destructive at worst.

I wonder if the author is aware of the massively documented harmful fallout from vaccines over the last century?

Is he aware of this unknown fact (among pro-vaxers), Measles is NOT deadly: Over the last 10 years 0 deaths from naturally occurring measles … but 108 deaths from the measles vaccine (CDC’s own data), and the CDC states that as few as 10% of vaccine injuries (or deaths) are actually reported. Yet the CDC is hyping the measles “epidemic” as a pox on American society, playing the fear card to maximize the vaccination … a vaccine they readily admit is responsible for many deaths. That fact alone screams volumes my friends!

If your child had been brain damaged, crippled for life, sterilized or died as the result of a vaccine … how long would it take you to go from Pro to Anti vaccine? Multiply that times millions (YES I said MILLIONS) of parents or family members over the last century of vaccine proliferation. How many is acceptable … and is it OK as long as it is not your family afflicted ???

The attached article is an example of just what lengths this faction is willing go to when attempting to pull these fence post sitters back to the side of the fence where vaccines are humanities savior. It is SATIRE, but the message is blatantly clear and via the comments I have read … effective to a degree.

Please read on …

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Image by TLB

I’m an Anti-Braker

Guys, I wanted to let you know about a personal decision I recently made. I don’t really feel like discussing it, but I want to put my position out there. Please be respectful. This is a really long post, but please read the whole thing.

I’m taking the brakes off my car. This isn’t a rash decision, so please listen up.

A few weeks ago I saw a car accident – two people went through an intersection at the same time. Both slammed on their brakes at the same time and collided. Fortunately no one was seriously injured.

But then it occurred to me – if they had just gone through the intersection, they wouldn’t have collided. The brakes CAUSED the accident!

So, I decided to do my own research and what I found was *staggering*: Hundreds of people every year are seriously injured by unnecessary braking. One time, I was driving in the snow and I just lightly tapped my brakes and it caused my car to COMPLETELY LOSE CONTROL. My brakes could have very easily gotten me killed. Even more astoundingly is how often brake pads will warp and distort rotors, causing bumpy rides and squeaky wheels.

And you know what? I also found that decades ago brakes weren’t even used! People would control their vehicle’s speed with downshifting and engine braking. Maybe it’s just coincidence, but back when engine braking was used there were almost no automotive fatalities. There were NEVER brake caused car accidents.

After doing some more digging, I found a nefarious plot – Mechanics: The very people who we trust to work on and care for our cars – get PAID to install and change brakes! You might THINK they care about our safety, or our cars – but they’re just in it for the $49.99 brake pad installations.

So I talked to my Mechanic about taking the brakes off my car and I was disgusted by how poorly he treated me. He accused me of being ignorant, when I was the one that looked up how much rotational torque brakes can put on your rotors. He didn’t even know how much torque a rotor can take before being warped!!! He said “rotors are designed to be compressed, that it isn’t actually a problem” just completely dismissing me.

Then he had the NERVE to say that my personal choice had consequences, that I would affect everyone around me. Well I’ve had it with him, I’m looking for a new mechanic. The problem is that so many mechanics are bought and paid by the automotive industry that ALL of them are insistent about my car having brakes. Most of them won’t even look at my car for other reasons, saying that a brakeless car could cause damage to their shop and other cars. What a bunch of bullshit, they just don’t like those who believe in alternative braking techniques.

Now of course big government is getting involved, saying that I *MUST* have brakes. That this isn’t just about me, and that I could hurt people. What happened to personal freedom? What happened to liberty?

So all I’m saying is, do your research. Don’t just listen to the NTSB and big automotive. I made a personal decision for my family, we just said no to brakes. We’ll be using natural remedies like Gravity, and putting our feet on the ground to stop. After all, if that was good enough for me when I was on my bike as a kid, it’s good enough for my children in my car.

Please keep the comments respectful!

Legal Disclaimer: I am not a mechanic and should not be considered a valid source of information for automotive inquiries.


TLB: See attached article, leave a comment, and read comments HERE

3 Comments on Anti-Vax vs Pro-Vax & the Effectiveness of Satire

  1. I know about corporate disinformation officers, I was offered a job as one.

    Pro vaccers drugs users are conspiracy nuts as they don’t trust the government or corporations but think they got vaccines right. #stopsb277

    Pro vaccers are conspiracy nuts, as even though Robert Kennedy Jr says he is for ”–vaccines safety,” they believe he is a plant out to destroy THEM all! #stopsb277

    Pro vaccers are conspiracy nuts as I can objectively see a study that benefits vaccines, pro drug addicts think every thing is a conspiracy and a plot against them. #stopsb277

    Pro vaccers are conspiracy nuts, as they think every parent that reports an adverse reaction, is lying or misguided, ONLY they can be right AND 100% of the time. (Isn’t that called megalomania?) #stopsb277

    Pro Vaccers are extremist nuts as they think it ok for the legislative body to circumvent the constitution just to secure them victory. #stopsb277

    Pro vaccers are nuts because they think money has no influence on vaccines studies and doctors recommendations. #stopsb277

  2. For more pro-vax making fun of the vaccine safety debate, see The Pro vax people have a Facebook page just for making fun of people who question vaccine safety, the Anti-Vax Wall of Shame. And they have the Pro-Vax Wall of Fame. Paul Offit and Dorit Reiss are in both groups. Michael Simpson whose blog is is one of the admins for Anti-Vax Wall of Shame. For more on Paul Offit and Dorit Reiss, do a site search at

  3. This is standard rhetoric. Disqualify your opponent from having an opinion by using some variant of an appeal to authority.

    It is easy to combat this entire article by asking the poster “are you an anti-homeopath (or astrologer or faith healer, etc)?”

    If you have to accept the opinions of the majority of experts in any field then it logically follows that this would include having to accept the majority views of homeopaths, astrologers, faith healers and any other group of people who have spent years and years researching a given topic.

    The epistemic difference between brakes and vaccinations is that those brake ‘experts’ (as well as us drivers ourselves) can *independently validate* whether or not the brakes actually work. Vaccine ‘experts’ cannot do this – they have to rely on the same statistical shenanigans that the rest of us rely on. There is no one observation they can make themselves which proves they are correct.

    Once you have thought of this in terms of astrology or faith healing you immediately destroy their entire rhetorical approach.

    It is the exact same thing if they call you a conspiracy theorist.

    The correct response is to ask them whether they believe in terrorism, organised crime or hostile foreign militaries. The belief in these entities also requires the idea that many people can work together in secret in nefarious activities (ie a conspiracy). Note that you should always use this argument *irrespective* of whether you believe that vaccines are a conspiracy. If you don’t then you can tell people that as well – but the critical element is pulling the rug out from the idea that they can disqualify people by virtue of them believing in conspiracies.

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