Let’s resurrect smallpox: Idea # 0020

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents a new direction for Julius Irving in his quest for turnip powder.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents a new direction for Julius Irving in his quest for turnip powder.

We need to fight against the tyranny of vaccines. I’ve heard unsubstantiated claims that vaccinations are dangerous and could cause autism. Though there is no scientific evidence or even a statistical correlation to justify these claims, we should proceed as if they’re true and overreact accordingly. It’s time to fight for a worldwide moratorium on vaccinations. Needles are needless! Just say no!

Yes, vaccines prevent incurable and deadly diseases. Yes, vaccines save millions. They’ve existed as an effective medical technology for centuries. Still we must stop them! There’s a fraction of a percentage probability that someone might have a severe allergic reaction! That reason alone is enough to justify destroying all vaccines, and since it is the only substantiated potentially disastrous complication, it will have to be that reason alone. It’s time to dump all those needles and syringes in the ocean with the rest of the trash. It’s far too great a risk to save millions of lives and prevent global epidemics. Never mind that all lapses in vaccination within a population lead to an unavoidable increase in disease incidence. Ignore that logical intersection. Let nature take its course. As long as we artificially induce permanent resistance to a virus, we’ll never develop it naturally. Once the tyranny of big government run vaccination programs are abolished, human beings can get back to dying off from rabies and smallpox until only the strongest remain.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents a serendipitous discovery of a toenail clipping.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the serendipitous discovery of a toenail clipping.

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