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Which Side of the “Vaccine Information War” Are You On?

The NY Times launches the first shot in the Vaccine Information War. Do you support individual liberty or collective force?

In a recently published opinion piece, The New York Times all but declared war against Americans who question the safety of vaccines. Of course, the war being waged is – for the moment – a war of words, an Information War.

This skeptical and vocal group – collectively and pejoratively known as anti-vaxxers – have successfully built a movement of parents, activists, doctors, and journalists who question the safety of vaccines; the schedule and frequency of immunizations; the legality and morality of forced vaccinations; and the influence of Big Pharma on vaccine safety studies.

Yet, according to the NY Times, Americans who question vaccines, or those who simply support freedom of choice and bodily autonomy, are a part of the roadblock to public acceptance of a coming COVID-19 vaccine and they must be stopped. The Times’ piece, Get Ready for a Vaccine Information War, outlines how “social media is already filling up with misinformation about a Covid-19 vaccine, months or years before one even exists.” The writer goes on to outline his worst fear – “What if we get a Covid-19 vaccine and half the country refuses to take it?”

He continues:

“It occurred to me that all the misinformation we’ve seen so far — the false rumors that 5G cellphone towers fuel the coronavirus, that drinking bleach or injecting UV rays can cure it, that Dr. Anthony Fauci is part of an anti-Trump conspiracy — may be just the warm-up act for a much bigger information war when an effective vaccine becomes available to the public. This war could pit public health officials and politicians against an anti-vaccination movement that floods social media with misinformation, conspiracy theories and propaganda aimed at convincing people that the vaccine is a menace rather than a lifesaving, economy-rescuing miracle.

Scariest of all? It could actually work.”

The writer goes on to express his fear there are several reasons the “anti-vaxxers” might succeed in their efforts to “sow doubt” about a COVID-19 vaccine.

The Very Real Concerns of “Anti-Vaxxers”

The writer admits that the “pandemic’s urgency” increases the likelihood that a COVID-19 vaccine will be fast-tracked through testing and approval. “It may not go through years of clinical trials and careful studies of possible long-term side effects, the way other drugs do,” he concedes. However, rather than exploring the potential pitfalls of approving an untested vaccine and attempting to inoculate the entire world, the writer focuses his efforts on making sure the reader is aware that the lack of testing “could create an opening for anti-vaccine activists to claim that it is untested and dangerous, and to spin reasonable concerns about the vaccine into widespread, unfounded fears about its safety.”

The writer (and his editor) seem more concerned with scoring points against the vaccine skeptics rather than investigating whether fast-tracking vaccines is the best path forward.

The second reason he believes the skeptics could succeed in creating doubt about a COVID-19 vaccine relates to those who are involved in the production and distribution of future vaccines, namely the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the World Health Organization. He warns if these two organizations lead the way “anti-vaccine activists, who have been crusading against these groups for years, will have plenty of material stockpiled to try to discredit them.” Once again, rather than exploring the concerns of the public and fact-checking the many existing conflicts of interest involving Bill Gates, The Times dismisses the concerns as “baseless conspiracy theories.”

The Last American Vagabond has repeatedly exposed how the Gates Foundation (and the Gates-funded WHO) are funding a nexus of various non-profits, NGOs, government bodies, and pharmaceutical companies. 

Finally, The Times acknowledges that one of the biggest fears of the skeptics – that travel, work, and normal life might not resume without proof of vaccination – is likely true but dismisses any attempt at dialogue on the topic. “Third, if and when a Covid-19 vaccine is approved for widespread use, people may be required to take it before being allowed to fly on certain airlines, attend certain schools or enter certain businesses,” he admits. Of course, to this writer and The NY Times, “That’s a good idea, public health-wise, but it would play into some of the worst fears of the anti-vaccine movement.” The writer does acknowledge that many activists are concerned about mandatory vaccinations.

Beyond the one sentence acknowledgement, he does not dare dive deep into the constitutional questions surrounding forced vaccinations. While he notes that people may be required to receive a vaccine to fly, work, attend school, or enter certain businesses, he does not bother answering the question of why Americans are concerned about such policies.

Instead, the writer and The Times stake their claims on the pro-vaccine, pro-government force side of the debate. In their declaration that a “vaccine information war” is coming they clearly establish their position and make it known they believe in the “need to mobilize a pro-vaccine movement that is as devoted, as internet-savvy and as compelling as the anti-vaccine movement.” They call for the CDC and WHO to wage a hearts-and-minds campaign to restore faith in the medical establishment,” social media companies to “take the threat of vaccine-related misinformation seriously,” and for the pro-vaccine, pro-force crowd to “do everything we can to reach the people in our lives who might be susceptible to anti-vaccine propaganda.”

While The Times believes that public desire to “return to normal life might overpower anti-vaccine activism,” it appears the COVID-19 pandemic has invigorated the vaccine skeptics and supporters of health freedom. However, The Times is correct – there is an information war taking place at this very moment. This information war has been waged throughout the history of kingdoms, churches, and states.

At this point in history one of the most crucial aspects of this information war is the vaccine information war. We are in the final stages of the battle for hearts and minds – the struggle between those who believe in freedom and those who believe in control. More specifically, the fight between the principles of self-ownership, freedom of choice, freedom of association, and basic human dignity.. and those who believe in collectivism, force, and slavery.

Derrick Broze
Derrick Broze, a staff writer for The Last American Vagabond, is a journalist, author, public speaker, and activist. He is the co-host of Free Thinker Radio on 90.1 Houston, as well as the founder of The Conscious Resistance Network & The Houston Free Thinkers.

9 Replies to “Which Side of the “Vaccine Information War” Are You On?

  1. For many years now I have said if you get ill NEVER go to a hospital, they have NO IDEA of how the body works…
    As for Vaccines, if anyone has ever done a jot of research going back in the not too distant past when they first thought that they could be celeverer than Nature, and see the damage and death’s they have caused all in the name of keeping you healthy, you would NEVER permit one any where near you, and as for forcibly injecting you, that is assault with a deadly weapon and to my mind the death penalty is called for, starting with Gates and that creature he hangs onto, for all the paralysed children and sterilized girls who had no idea of what they were being forced to accept, and for him to immune, (ironic) from any criminal charges or having to pay for damages to their lives… absolutely amoral and disgusting, and here we are listening to this creep organizing the wolrd how we will live our new ultra controlled watched and vaccinated lives by this imagine failed soft ware creep.

  2. Mr Broze,

    It’s been well recorded in time, and my mom taught me this as a young child:

    Don’t argue with idiots — they’ll only drag you down and beat you with their experience.

    Maybe one day we will see the obvious: The Ministry of Propaganda (poorly) disguises itself as ‘the news’. Until then, the herd is all aboard, and it won’t smell the gas until the train pulls into the station.

  3. If vaccines really work, it shouldn’t matter if some people chose not to get vaccinated. Those who take the vaccine will be immune, so why would they be concerned about whether or not I’m vaccinated?

    1. To that objection, the LTB (liars-that-be) have their answer ready: You’re doing it for all those who, because of a compromised immune system (e.g. transplant or chemotherapy patients), cannot take the vaccine.

  4. Even if you’re not an anti-vaxxer, who would take a vaccine that had been fast-tracked & not put through extensive safety testing? Who in the Trump administration actually thought associating vaccine development with “warp speed” would be good PR? Especially with an mRNA vaccine, which has never been tried on human beings before. Then there is the plan to have “tens of thousands” of military troops distributing it. How grotesque! Trump said the first recipients would be elderly in nursing homes. Nothing like using the weakest & most vulnerable as guinea pigs. I hope this project FAILS before it reaches that point, because it is a recipe for disaster.

  5. All of the MSM are bought off. Just look at the corporate sponsors; they are primarily financial companies and pharmaceutical companies. Both of these groups are and will make a fortune off of this.

  6. No way will a safe vaccine be available within 3-5 years. I will not be vaccinated. I haven’t had a flu shot in 40 years and do not get sick with the flu. Letting Big Pharma off the hook for vaccine fatalities, as Congress did in the 1990’s, tells you all you need to know. Go look at the chart on the CDC site and you will see that the effectiveness of flu shots has been going down for the last 10 years. Anything with Gates’s stamp of approval is something I do not want or accept. Gates doesn’t even get his own children vaccinated, and like a good Kommie fails to walk the talk. Even if they were to get a vaccine by the end of the year, the virus will likely have already mutated…these bacteria are much smarter than man will ever be.

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