Dr. Seth Berkley of the UN’s World Health Organization fears killer diseases are making a comeback in the West resulting from Whole Foods mums. Dr. Berkley heads a UN WHO group named Gavi that dispenses access to vaccines in poor countries, respectfully.
Thanks to anti-vaccine sentiments rising in the West, the UK Daily Mail reports, Berkley is increasingly worried about the potential of even more life-threatening diseases making a comeback in developed countries.
Thanks to the false theories about vaccines being linked to autism furthered by former doctor Andrew Wakefield and popular celebrities such as Jenny McCarthy, Berkley states middle-class Whole Foods mums are contributing to the problem of not immunizing their children which has resulted in outbreaks of diseases like measles outbreaks that occurred recently in Italy and Romania which resulted in the deaths of up to 35 people.
We’re really in trouble when a Playboy bunny has the same authority as the American Academy of Paediatrics, Berkley told the UK Daily Mail.
The problem is that we equate the expert with some of the denialists.
It’s the Whole Foods mums; you’re trying to be organic, you’re trying to do the right thing for your kids and all of a sudden you’re like ‘well, do I need to inject these things? Is it really a risk?
The anti-vaccine movement is an extension of the environmentalist movement. Anti-vaccine groups assist the green movement’s holy war (i.e. jihad) to eradicate human life from the face of the Earth.
Now with the pseudo-science behind naturopathic medicine becoming prominent among many parents of kids, parents become convinced not to vaccinate their children. This, in turn, can lead to all kinds of serious health problems, not just for children but also for adults. But that is the whole point and aim of the anti-vaccine movement.