Canadian chiropractors accused of spreading anti-vaccination theories

British Columbia, Canada’s provincial health officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry, has called for disciplinary action to be taken against the vice president of British Columbia’s chiropractic college for a video he posted on Facebook claiming fruit juices are more effective at fighting disease than vaccines.

Jassal’s doing so, Dr. Henry states, not only violates the college’s policy against providing advice against vaccination but also is not within his scope of practice. Chiropractors in Canada are being accused of spreading false information about vaccines. The Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC) covered the incident involving Dr. Jassar and how it maybe a profession-wide problem.

Never forget that anti-vaccine groups are an outgrowth of the environmentalist movement. Their intent isn’t to prevent people from contracting autism or people from being poisoned by harmful chemicals. Rather it is to ensure that humanity suffers an existence of torment and, eventually, die painful deaths resulting from preventable diseases which is grounded in environmentalist’s hatred of human life.