After the World Health Organization (WHO) named “vaccine hesitancy” as one of the top 10 threats to global health in a recent report, it’s no surprise that anti-vaxxers are not having a good time. They’ll probably never be as angry as the parents whose kids contracted measles before they could vaccinate when the disease was supposed to be eradicated from the U.S., but they’re certainly trying.
Being labeled a health threat isn’t exactly the same as being labeled an enemy of the state. Also, WHO is not a government organization. There is no nation of WHO, unless you’re talking about a The Who fan club.
Then again, anti-vaxxers are not known for making accurate statements. They’re more so known for calling international health organizations “Satan.”
Well, seeing as cases of the measles are up 30 percent since this anti-vaccination craze started, I’d say you’re threatening people. Mostly children and the immuno-compromised. Maybe all of us.
Fact check: The World Health Organization is a non-profit.
When you claim to be a health expert but you don’t even know about the World Health Organization. Too busy spreading antisemitic dogwhistles, maybe? Shaking your fist at clouds about “liberal meddling”?
“We would have gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for those meddling scientists.”
Everybody knows the best way to kill people off is to vaccinate them against deadly disease, right? With the global population rapidly approaching 7.7 billion, WHO is really doing a bad job of depopulating the Earth.
Don’t worry. We’ll be depopulated real quick once smallpox makes a comeback.