Perry Logan's Words of Wisdom
On the subject of vaccinations for children:
We all love to laugh at Alex Jones...
But it's not so funny when one man's delusions threaten an entire community's health.
On his August 7 "InfoWars" show on PACT TV, Jones babbled for most of the hour about vaccines. It was pretty exciting, but—as usual—not a single statement Alex made was true. He did not cite a single source for anything he said.
(There are no sources for anything Alex Jones says, because nothing that Alex Jones says is true. The crazy stuff Alex says seems to come from his misreading and distortion of news sources.)
I've looked into Alex's claims about vaccines, and I assure you, it is all 100% BULL CACA. In fact, nothing the man has ever said about vaccines is true.
If anyone reading this is stupid enough to believe Alex Jones, please heed my words. Don't let this one conspiracy nut damage the health of you, your children, and your local community. There is no secret eugenics plan to poison the vaccines that only Alex Jones was smart enough to see. The United Nations has not been "caught" putting sterilization drugs in vaccines. Thousands of babies have not been brain-damaged by vaccines.
I've checked it out, and it's all fantasy. Absolutely none of what Alex Jones says about vaccinations should be believed.
Do your own research on vaccinations. But don't damage your children's health by trusting the ravings of a known lunatic.
(And don't believe Alex when he says "everyone is waking up." Conspiracy nuts always say that.)
Perry's got a funny site, and he loves to bash the 9-11 Deniers (and some other people, I can't quite figure out who they are). But he's right; this is serious, and sadly too many people are buying into this anti-vaccination crap. Nobody would say that vaccinations are completely without risk, but the risk of not getting vaccinated is much, much higher. Every parent knows that they can't protect their child all the time from every danger, but that they have an obligation to improve their child's odds as much as possible. That's what vaccinations do.