by Sep 21, 2017|
To “solve” the “problem” of target vaccination rates not being reached, one professor suggests getting rid of whites who research and think for themselves.
Pro-vaxxers very much dislike the fact that in the US an increasing number of parents are thinking for themselves, doing their own research, and making the decision not to comply with the CDC’s recommended vaccine schedule. Well, one professor of pediatrics has a proposed solution to this perceived “problem”: eliminating the white population in the United States.
Here is the first paragraph of YouTube description for the video, from the National Meningitis Association:
The National Meningitis Association (www.nmaus.org) hosted a panel discussion, Achieving Childhood Vaccine Success in the U.S., before its 2016 “Give Kids a Shot” Gala on May 9, 2016. The panel addressed a range of issues including parents who opt out of childhood vaccine requirements, physicians who stray from the recommended vaccine schedule, and the role of the media in creating or removing barriers to vaccine success.
One of the panelists was Carol Baker, M.D., Professor of Pediatrics, Molecular Virology and Microbiology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. She referred to the fact that studies show that parents who don’t vaccinate their children are not uneducated or poor. On the contrary, they tend to be well educated and affluent. It is precisely because they do their own research and think for themselves that they are choosing not to vaccinate.
So here is Dr. Baker’s proposed solution to what is indeed a peculiar problem for apologists of public vaccine policy (starts at about the 53 minute mark in the above video):
So I have the solution. Every study published in the last five years, when you look at vaccine refusers — I’m not talking about a little hesitants, most of them we can talk into coming to terms — but refusers; we’ll just get rid of all the whites in the United States.
She goes on to describe the problem as being with the “educated” whites, whom she suggests are not actually educated by placing the word in air quotes. They just have degrees on their walls, she says, which doesn’t mean they’re actually well-educated. That’s true, of course, but applies equally to her own M.D.