Protect Yourself, and your Children, from Coercive Scripts

Brace yourself. Your doctor may not know anything about vaccine ingredients, risks, unintended consequences, clinical trials (or lack thereof), signs of adverse reactions, contraindications, or the most recent science on the immune system, aluminum adjuvants, and everything else an individual needs to know to make an informed vaccination decision . . . but the CDC is making sure they have scripts to manipulate you into saying yes in the face of doubt. You, or your minor child (many states allow minors to be vaccinated without parental consent) won’t be given facts to answer your serious questions. It’s been found that the more individuals know about vaccine facts, the less likely they are to consent. So instead, providers are being taught to side-step questions, or whitewash answers, or outright lie (listen to the statements made in the videos, such as the claim that there is no evidence vaccines can cause longterm harm), to pretend to listen, pretend to care, to gain your trust, to use their white-coat authority to nudge you toward compliance.

Visit the CDC website to learn the details and spread the word to your family and friends so they can be prepared for the coercive techniques. Encourage them to visit Informed Choice WA, to Educate Before they Vaccinate, and to get involved in the vaccine safety reform movement.


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is one of the most conflicted entities on the planet. It holds many highly-lucrative vaccine patents, has a cozy, tangled relationship with vaccine makers, and its budget is supplemented by generous donations to the CDC Foundation from those who have a vested interest in maintaining high vaccination rates–and silencing any vaccine product criticism.

CDC is under the umbrella of Health and Human Services (HHS), a government agency tasked by law to both promote vaccination and fight parents who file injury and death claims. In fulfilling those two missions, they virtually ignore their third mission: safety. To learn more, visit the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN).


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