The Vaccine Game
Have you seen The Hunger Games? Did you cry? Did it make you thankful that we don’t really live in a society where the government takes our children from us and forces them to participate in a “game” where the object is to prove that you are strong enough to live through assault after assault with any number of deadly weapons hurled at you or plunged into you over a course of several days, all taking place while government officials and upper-class citizenry watch and take bets to see which child will emerge “the victor?”
Here’s a news flash: We are living in such a world. And our children are being forced into just such a game.
It’s called The Vaccine Game.
In The Hunger Games, a yearly contest is held. Two children between the ages of 12 and 18 are chosen by lottery from each of 12 provinces. A total of 24 children are taken away by government goons as their parents, siblings and friends stand and watch, knowing there is nothing they can do to save their children from the pain and almost certain death they are about to endure. The woman at the podium, in her gaudy makeup and haute couture garb can hardly contain her excitement as she announces the names of the “lucky” children who will have the “honor” of representing their province in the games. As she smiles and congratulates the children (called “tributes”) who are chosen, she utters the ominous phrase, “May the odds be ever in your favor.”
In The Hunger Games, of 24 children who are taken, there can only be one victor – one survivor. All the other children must die. It is the ultimate “game” of survival of the fittest. The purpose of The Hunger Games we are told, is to teach a lesson to the citizens of the 12 provinces. The Hunger Games are the government’s way of maintaining control and order in the nation. They are also punishment for a previous uprising of the citizens, against oppressive government control. The annual kidnapping of the children serves to remind the citizens that the government has ultimate power and will not tolerate disobedience or uprising of any sort. The message is very clear: You WILL do as we say.
As the names of the “tributes” are being drawn in the lottery, the camera pans the crowd of parents and children, and images of The Holocaust are immediately recalled. This parallel continues as the tributes are whisked away aboard a train, under constant guard of “The Peace Keepers” on their way to what for most of them will be the last days of their lives.
In The Vaccine Game, the contest is not so well delineated. The contest does not happen on an annual basis; it is ongoing. The participants are much more numerous and the age span more vast.
In The Hunger Games, each year 24 children were taken and 23 of them died. By comparison, The Vaccine Game is enormous.
In the United States alone, there are approximately 4 million infants born each year and every one of them is actively recruited as a “tribute” in The Vaccine Game. A few of them will escape the clutches of “The Herd Protectors” (analogous to “The Peace Keepers” in The Hunger Games) by virtue of their parents’ hard work, research, and strength required to stand their ground or move to a state where they will be allowed to exercise their religious and philosophical beliefs. However, this number is still very small, with U.S. vaccination coverage at approximately 90%. That means that of the 4 million children born each year 3,600,000 of them become active participants in The Vaccine Game.
We have no way of knowing how many of The Vaccine Game’s tributes are killed during the first round of the game. Our only estimate is the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS). VAERS is a voluntary reporting system and estimates are that somewhere between 1.5% and 10% of severe adverse reactions to vaccines are ever reported.
According to VAERS, the reported deaths from vaccines tend to cluster in two age groups… the very young and the very old. Just as in The Hunger Games, those who died first were the weakest and most vulnerable.
- In 2009 there were 245 deaths from vaccines reported to VAERS.
- 101 (41%) were in children under three years of age
- 33 (13%) were in adults age 75 and older
- In 2010 there were 230 deaths from vaccines reported to VAERS.
- 125 (54%) were in children under three years of age
- 30 (13%) were in adults 75 years and older
- In 2011 there were 176 deaths from vaccines reported to VAERS.
- 112 (64%) were in children under three years of age
- 18 (10%) were in adults 75 years and older
You may find it notable that in general, those who are classified as “young adults” or “middle aged” do not comprise many of the deaths from vaccines reported to VAERS. Could this be because “in general” this segment of the population is not targeted for participation as tributes in The Vaccine Game? This would seem to be the case, when we look at the numbers for this group.
- In 2009 there were 245 deaths from vaccines reported to VAERS
- 41 (17%) were in adults age 44-65 years
- In 2010 there were 230 deaths from vaccines reported to VAERS
- 15 (6.5%) were in adults age 44-65 years
- In 2011 there were 176 deaths from vaccines reported to VAERS
- 10 (5.7%) were in adults age 44-65 years
What do you suppose could have accounted for the near tripling of the death rate from vaccines during 2009?
That was the year of H1N1. More adults ran out and got vaccinated against the dreaded H1N1 flu in 2009, which is most likely the reason there were more vaccine-related deaths that year in the 44-65 year age group. When you play The Vaccine Game, your chances of dying go up.
How The Vaccine Game is played:
Participants in The Vaccine Game begin their service to the government within 24 hours of birth and the first phase of the game goes on for the next 24 months. Tributes (infants) who survive the first round (Hepatitis B given at birth) will be assaulted an average of six to eight different times by hundreds of different potentially deadly weapons, all before their second birthday.
Unlike the tributes in The Hunger Games, tributes in The Vaccine Game do not face lethal assaults from each other. The blows they suffer are delivered more directly by the government representatives (doctors and nurses who adhere religiously to the CDC’s Childhood Vaccination Schedule) in the form of syringes and cocktails filled with poisons and infectious agents that are either injected into their limbs or poured down their throats.
Another difference between The Hunger Games and The Vaccine Game is that in the movie version, all that was left of those who were not crowned “The Victor” was a corpse. If you didn’t win the game you died. Tributes in The Vaccine Game differ in this respect because in addition to death, there is a continuum of illness and suffering that also signifies defeat. In other words, if you are not strong enough to survive unscathed, with no outward signs of significant neuro-immune damage or serious developmental delay, you are also classified a loser when it comes to The Vaccine Game. According to The Rules of The Game, a tribute (child) must be strong enough to run the gauntlet and emerge in much the same condition as before the assaults. If the tribute cannot achieve that goal, it’s not because of The Game… it’s because the tribute was weak. Remember, The Vaccine Game is a game of survival of the fittest. The makers and promoters of The Game cannot be held responsible for what happens to a weak tribute. That’s just part of The Game.
Those who do not die, but who are left with lifelong physical injuries from vaccines comprise a huge segment of the population of former tributes. Again, it is extremely difficult to know just how many former tributes there are in this group. Autism is just one of many systemic illnesses that results from having played The Vaccine Game. There are countless former tributes suffering from autoimmune diseases, ADHD, asthma, allergies… and other immune system damages that have yet to be discovered.
If we only consider autism as an outcome of “losing” The Vaccine Game, what does this mean in terms of the casualties? Again, we don’t know. Our best guess comes from the numbers supplied by The CDC, but those numbers are based on data from school children, which leaves out a whole segment of former tributes who either have not yet enrolled in school or who will never attend school because their injuries are too severe.
For the sake of estimation, we can say that the number of former tributes who are now living with autism as a result of their “service” in The Vaccine Game is somewhere between 1 in 88 and 1 in 38. Using the 1 in 38 estimate, this equates to a prevalence of 2.63%. So, if we were to estimate the number of tributes in the United States, who are left with autism as a result of their participation in The Vaccine Game, we would need to figure 2.63% of 3,600,000 (90% of 4 million babies born in any given year in the U.S.). The number is 94,680.
94,680 per year. That’s quite a lot more than the 23 children who “lost” each year in The Hunger Games.
Other than these differences, the rest of the plot is basically the same, and the message remains: This is survival of the fittest. “May the odds be ever in your favor.”
In The Hunger Games, control of the population is maintained by showing parents “We can take your children and there is nothing you can do about it. Either you tow the line and comply or things will get worse. If we can take one or two, we can take more – and we will.”
In The Vaccine Game, compliance with the government’s vaccine schedule is maintained by showing parents, “We can take your children and there is nothing you can do about it. Either you tow the line and comply or things will get worse. If we can take one or two, we can take more – and we will.”
If you think I just repeated myself, you’re right. That’s not a typo.
I did go to the movies last night. It’s not something I do often, largely because the phrase “disposable income” is almost never spoken in my house. I have a vaccine-injured child. ‘Nuff said about the financial issue.
Yesterday, before I went to the movies, I read an article about a family in West Virginia whose children had been removed from the parents’ custody nearly three years ago by over-zealous social workers who were acting on an anonymous report of abuse and neglect. When the social workers found no evidence of abuse, neglect, or drug use in the home, they dug further and realized that one of the children was not “up-to-date” on his vaccinations. The children were removed from the parents’ custody on the basis of “medical neglect.” Since that time, the mother, Amanda Underwood has been caught in a game which appears to have been arranged as punishment for non-compliance with authority when the government representatives (social workers, in this case) first came calling. She has been jumping through hoops set up by the Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) and The Court, in an impossible attempt to regain custody of her kids. The children were put in foster care and, presumably, they were immediately vaccinated and “brought into compliance” with the government mandate.
According to the article published by The Spirit of Jefferson, many errors were made by DHHR and by The Court in Amanda Underwood’s case, and those “errors” are not uncommon to the system. However, Amanda Underwood is not sitting by and letting this happen without a fight. The following quote is from the article:
In July 2011, Underwood filed a federal lawsuit against the DHHR, Carper, Castleman, Nicewarner and several other department officials. The complaint alleges that they violated her Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment rights and the West Virginia Constitution. It also alleges that the actions in her case are part of an ogoing pattern of similar abuses.
In West Virginia, parents do not have the legal right to make medical decisions for their children and failure to comply with Health Department rules regarding vaccination is against the law. In West Virginia the officials make up the rules themselves. Even in cases where a child’s pediatrician has determined that it is dangerous for a child to receive vaccinations and the physician has written a medical exemption, the Department of Health in West Virginia has granted itself the power to deny the medical exemption and force the child to receive vaccinations before he or she is allowed to attend school – public OR private school.
Many parents cannot afford to home-school their children. They have to work in order to provide a roof over their children’s heads and put food on the table. If they don’t have a “stable home environment” and if their children go unfed, guess what? “We can take your children away.” And they do.
This is not just happening in West Virginia. It’s happening in Pennsylvania, and in other states, and it’s happening with increasing frequency. And it’s not just Social Workers who are doing the government’s dirty work. Many pediatricians are also involved when they engage in strong-arm tactics to force parents into compliance. Increasing numbers of pediatricians are “firing patients” from their practices when parents express concerns about the ever-increasing vaccination schedule. Asking to have vaccines spread out over time, selectively vaccinating, or refusing vaccinations altogether may result in families being left with no physician to care for their children. In practices where physicians do not kick parents out, the parents are often coerced into signing a statement that basically admits they are neglecting their children’s medical needs. In these cases it may be the physician himself who places the call to Child Protective Services.
Make no mistake… We are living The Vaccine Game.
What can we do to stop this insanity?
I don’t want to spoil the ending of The Hunger Games for those who haven’t seen the movie, but there is a lesson to be learned from the main character, Katniss…
We stop playing the game. We call their bluff. We start standing up and refusing to hand over our children as “tributes” and we start standing up for those among us whose children are being taken.
Does the Department of Health and Human Resources really have enough money, manpower, and foster care placements to care for all of the children in the United States whose parents refuse to comply with the CDC’s vaccination schedule? If they are going to take one child because his or her parents don’t vaccinate on schedule, it seems to me they have to take all of them… including the ones who have severe medical problems and who need round-the-clock care that costs tens of thousands of dollars each year.
I am not really suggesting that we start handing over our children to DHHR. However, I think we need to send a very clear message that we will not sit by silently while this happens to a select number as retaliation.
I urge you to get involved with what’s going on in The Vaccine Game around the country… and I STRONGLY urge you to get involved in what’s going on in West Virginia. Please read the entire article about Amanda Underwood and her children. You will have to pay 15 cents to get the article, but it is well worth the read and it’s absolutely necessary to understand the entire situation. This morning when I checked the comments, there was one from a woman named Faith that really caught my attention, so I’m going to include it in this post.
The only way Amanda Underwood will receive the help she needs is when the general public stands behind her. A petition needs to be started immediately. All the people in the so called systems – court, social services, DHHR etc. are in those positions to earn paychecks only. In the article just how many mistakes did the DHHR make? Too many and Amanda has to pay the price. They don’t see the human and emotional side of it. A huge black cloud has been wrongfully put over her and she doesn’t deserve it. The impact of denying her the opportunity to live her life with her children has forever changed her life……the time she has lost can’t be given back. Once again the West Virginia Court has failed another mother. Amanda isn’t the only victim of this inadequate system. Come on everyone, Let’s Get Behind Amanda. Trial is to be set for December 2012 – Let’s Be There For Amanda.
I couldn’t have said it better myself.
If you are a parent in West Virginia and your child is being threatened with expulsion from school for “non-compliance” with vaccine requirements, please check out the facebook page of “We the Parents.” Band together. Stand up for your rights.
If you want to learn more about what is happening in West Virginia, please visit the website of We the Parents. We the Parents is a grass-roots group that is working tirelessly to change the vaccination laws in West Virginia. VaxTruth supports their mission fully, and hopes you will do the same.