| In what may be a first for a major corporate media outlet in the US, Boston Herald Editorial Page Editor Rachelle G. Cohen in a column published last week called for the mass execution of critics of vaccine policy.
“These are the facts: Vaccines don’t cause autism. Measles can kill. And lying to vulnerable people about the health and safety of their children ought to be a hanging offense.”
Yes, you read that right, she wants people who disagree with current vaccine policy to be killed. One can imagine the outcry if a major American newspaper had called for killing of an entire group of people for having opinions that question government policy. But if the target is us, silence.
First the vaccine industry demands, and gets, no accountability for their actions. Then they demand complete control over what is injected into our children’s bodies. Then, as in California, they demand no education for children whose parents refuse to comply. Paul Offit, the vaccine industry’s preferred spokesperson, has been calling for the states to seize the children of parents who do not obey their directives, and now we are at the point where a major corporate media outlet feels comfortable calling for people like us to be killed. This isn’t trivial. This isn’t an accident,. This is just the first of what will be a growing chorus if we ignore this attack.
Please click on the Take Action link to send a message to Cohen and her boss Editor-in-Chief Joe Sciacca. For the first time ever the message area will be blank. You will simply have to fill in your own message for this person who wants to see you dead.
And please call the Boston Herald and ask to speak to Editor-in-Chief Joe Sciacca
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A demonstration to counter Ms. Cohen’s call for our extermination will be held:
Thursday, May 18, 11 am
70 Fargo St, Boston, MA 02110
More info here:
Please attend. Please bring a large picture of a loved one who may have been injured or killed by a vaccine. And signs.
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