Monday, January 23, 2012

Vaccinate Your Baby And Get Junk "Food" As A Reward

Health insurance company preys upon the poor with junk food reward program for vaccinating your baby

"Will vaccinate my baby for food!" That seems to be the goal of a program launched last year by the UnitedHealthcare health insurance company of Michigan. It has resorted to enticing parents with junk food to convince them to inject their infants with potentially deadly vaccines containing brain-damaging chemicals. This has been revealed in a letter acquired by NaturalNews and signed by Stephanie Esters, a vaccine-pushing RN who works for UnitedHealthcare.

The letter declares "Get a FREE $20 McDonalds, Rite Aid, Target or Meijer Gift Card when your child gets recommended shots before their second birthday." It even goes on to offer a "FREE ride to the doctor" for those who are so poor that they don't own cars.

Childhood vaccines, of course, are loaded with extremely toxic chemical adjuvants -- chemicals designed to cause neurological inflammation in order to invoke an immunological reaction. Vaccines also contain both mercury and aluminum, both of which are highly toxic brain poisons. This is why many children who are injected with such vaccines become autistic virtually overnight (their brains are poisoned beyond their biological threshold).

While the fundamental science of inoculation is debatable, the adding of neuro-toxic chemicals to today's vaccines -- which are then injected into children in huge numbers (over 100 vaccines given to a typical child) -- turns them into chemical weapons being used to medically assault innocent children. Marrying this chemical weapons program with a junk food incentive program is the height of medical stupidity. It makes about as much sense as eating fried chicken to cure breast cancer."


Anonymous c0rundum said...

Slightly, but not completely O/T...

We were approached recently in the waiting room of a maternity hospital, by an individual who appeared to be a doctor (but, I suspect was no such thing). This individual circulated the waiting room, handing out plastic zip-bags containing FREE ultrahigh fluoride toothpaste (2400+ppm) and some other associated crap.

We were told this was special stuff intended for new mothers and babies. She was hitting us with FUD about infections and other dangers, and this stuff would really help.

So I asked the woman if she had ever read the Material Data Sheet and Handling Guidelines on sodium fluoride and it's brethren. The answer was of course 'no', followed by a brief pause, and then more FUD.

BTW this was the first time my wife got concerned about it. This didn't even make sense to her, and she's normally immune to paranoia :)

24/1/12 10:24 AM  

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