Cleary, pro-vaccination activists only want what’s good for humanity. Right? Well, except for calling for the arrest, prosecution, and possible execution of people who believe in medical liberty, yes.
Peter Hotez, the Dean of Baylor College of Medicine – a mustachioed, beady-eyed little man – recently called for the United Nations to invade the United States and put an end to anti-vaxxers, once and for all. If his comments weren’t amazing enough, they were published into print by Nature Magazine, which was apparently convinced his comments weren’t like something out of the Third Reich.
Natural Magazine opined on the comments from Hotez in Nature Magazine (note: not to be confused with the previously mentioned Natural Magazine).
Echoing the fascism of genocidal maniacs like Hitler and Stalin, Peter Hotez displays his own brand of insanity by equating vaccine skeptics with cyber criminals and nuclear terrorism, calling for an armed “counteroffensive” run by law enforcement to target and attack all who oppose vaccines, including vaccine-damaged whistleblowers, apparently.
The doctor wrote for the publication, “Halting the spread of the coronavirus will require a high-level counteroffensive against new destructive forces.“
Hotez went on, “Efforts must expand into the realm of cybersecurity, law enforcement, public education and international relations. A high-level inter-agency task force reporting to the UN secretary-general could assess the full impact of anti-vaccine aggression, and propose tough, balanced measures. The task force should include experts who have tackled complex global threats such as terrorism, cyber attacks and nuclear armament, because anti-science is now approaching similar levels of peril. It is becoming increasingly clear that advancing immunization requires a counteroffensive.“
In other words, he wants people who are cautious regarding vaccinations or who believe people shouldn’t have their bodies penetrated without permission, to be treated like terrorists trying to get their hands on nuclear war.
Hotez claims that “anti-vax aggression” has caused “attacks on scientists.” He did not specify what those “attacks” are or what scientists have been wounded, maimed, or murdered by soccer moms who are skeptical of all the various kinds of vaccines they’re encouraged to get for their children (or for themselves).
The doctor claims that Russians are responsible for vaccine “misinformation,” again – without specifying any actionable intelligence. Such claims have not been made in any available U.S. intelligence briefings. But that didn’t stop Hotez from wanting to put the boot to vaccine skeptics.
Hotez asserts, “The United Nations and the highest levels of governments must take direct, even confrontational, approaches with Russia, and move to dismantle anti-vaccine groups in the United States.”
You can read his insane rant against Americans and their right to not be subject to experimental medicines here.