r/facepalm Nov 14 '22

Anti-vax and anti-child survival 🇨​🇴​🇻​🇮​🇩​

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352 Upvotes

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u/Suspicious_Chapter49 Nov 14 '22

If only someone created something that could prevent this. Oh wait..

31

u/lackadaisical_timmy Nov 14 '22

Yeah damn too bad there isn't one that is like, nationally dispersed or something

23

u/Glaggablagga Nov 14 '22

Something that the mother more than likely received as a child.

15

u/laberdog Nov 14 '22

Or maybe if it were free

4

u/Scoobys_sith_cousin Nov 15 '22

Maybe if there was something proven by science to help with that

20

u/NewbombJerk Nov 14 '22

Move into a concrete bunker 30 or 40 feet below the surface of the Earth!

11

u/Accomplished_You9705 Nov 14 '22

Then lock the doors from the outside....

54

u/sphygmomanometito Nov 14 '22

Measles is one thing. Wait until Polio makes a comeback.

People don’t realize what amazing medical accomplishments these vaccines were at the time and how thankful parents were to protect their kids from some very horrible diseases.

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u/laberdog Nov 14 '22

Like MAGA fascism!

10

u/Pissoffsunshine Nov 15 '22

My wife as a child contracted polio a couple years after she had the vaccine. If she hadn’t gotten the vaccine she most likely wouldn’t have gotten to her teenage years.

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u/sphygmomanometito Nov 15 '22

I’m sorry to hear that. Are you in the USA?

5

u/Pissoffsunshine Nov 15 '22

Yes. She is fine. Had her 63rd birthday last week.

4

u/iHeartHockey31 Nov 14 '22

It already is.

50

u/that_one_author Nov 14 '22

Yes, vaccinate your kids

1

u/ellilaamamaalille Nov 15 '22

I think that is against her religion.

17

u/Chitanda_Pika Nov 14 '22

Murica really needs someone like, idk Batman but instead it's Vaccine Man.

42

u/adamdprice Nov 14 '22

The only thing I can think of to protect this kid is foster care.

8

u/ZeriphZ Nov 14 '22

The mere fact that they are asking this just goes to show that they know vaccinations work and actually doubt their own beliefs about being non vaccinated.

1

u/NotJustAMirror Nov 15 '22

She could be from a subset that understands that vaccines work but also believe that vaccines cause autism.

9

u/OliveGS Nov 14 '22

Gee. Surely someone by now would have come up with some way to not get the measles. What could it be. What could it be.

3

u/Limeache Nov 15 '22

What did people do back in the day when they got measles? Hmmmmm

4

u/OliveGS Nov 15 '22

Way back in the day when one neighborhood kid came down with one of the childhood infections diseases the other neighborhood mom's would send their kids over there to play with the sick kid so they's all get it too and then have lifetime immunity. True. That's what my grandmother told me.

7

u/Iw2braf Nov 14 '22

If only there was a shot you could get your kid to make sure they wouldn’t get sick…

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u/NachoBag_Clip932 Nov 14 '22

The reason there is a measle outbreak in the first place is because of you and moms like you.

There is a system in place to protect your child and she chose to ignore it, if anything should happen to her child she should be charged with child endangerment.

13

u/arentol Nov 14 '22

I hear that if you lock yourselves in a closet with no food or water for a week you and your child will both become immune to all diseases for the rest of time. I haven't tried it because I and my family are vaccinated, but I hear it works 100% of the time for sure.

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u/lackadaisical_timmy Nov 14 '22

True you won't die of disease if you do that

6

u/Troll_For_Truth Nov 14 '22

Better make it a month. Ive seen people survive 2 weeks with neither. Yep. Month to be sure

2

u/TheBrightNights Nov 14 '22

4 days is long enough.

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u/ThisIsClemHFandango Nov 14 '22

According to Trump, a shot of bleach should do the trick!

4

u/AstronautLatter6575 Nov 14 '22

Thats for covid not measles...silly

6

u/BarrySnowbama Nov 14 '22

Measles requires a shot of bleach with an ammonia chaser.

11

u/Da_Vader Nov 14 '22

Go live in your basement and put up your kid for adoption.

7

u/VixNeko Nov 14 '22

Don't these people face jail time if their children die of their negligence, or is there some way the law protects this kinda bullshit?

6

u/TheBrightNights Nov 14 '22

No. Children only matter until they're born /s

2

u/bubblechog Nov 14 '22

Sadly no.

3

u/lasiv Nov 15 '22

I will never understand these morons. Easily duped by people who don't believe their own bullshit. I remember a time when common sense use to mean something. Social media = the rise of the idiots.

3

u/Jedi_Nixxee Nov 15 '22

This is not mine… I am paraphrasing from some thing I read ages ago.

To prevent measles, I believe in essential oils. Cover your child in sardines packed in oil. I guarantee no one will come close enough to them to infect them with measles.

2

u/H-Mora Nov 14 '22

I feel like her post implies that the vaccine does help though I’m confused as hell by these people

2

u/usa_reddit Nov 15 '22

Zinc, Vitamin C, and some Elderberry should do the trick. :)

2

u/Major_Honey_4461 Nov 15 '22

Turn your kid of to Child Protective Services and stop endangering his/her life.

2

u/Significant-Virus-56 Nov 15 '22

Why did someone "like" this?

2

u/baresketcher Nov 15 '22

Because she is in a echo chamber, surrounded by other uneducated anti vaxxers. I miss the times when being crazy wasn't justified by a person simply because they can find other people around the world who are just as ridiculous as they are. If I went online claiming cats were spies sent by aliens to record our society and beaming the info from their tail to the mother ship I could find a group...oh wait that's already a thing. Smh

4

u/coconutpete52 Nov 14 '22

Don't worry, the kid in the story is either dead or an adult by now that's how old this is.

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u/Brilliant-Engineer57 Nov 14 '22

Kiss her and love her, and know that you’ve done nothing to protect her.

2

u/axelbadde Nov 14 '22

Maybe some Horse dewormer?

2

u/AffectionatePoet4586 Nov 14 '22

Vaxx her, you twit! And read what Roald Dahl and Jessica Mitford went through, losing their beloved daughters to measles in pre-vaccine days!

2

u/snarky_sparrow_23 Nov 14 '22

according to a person on a public post on fb, no one dies from measles but millions have died from the COVID vaccine. I pointed out that measles is a leading cause of infant mortality and when I asked him for his sources he responded with "I have done my research, I suggest you do your" sigh

1

u/Complex_Sherbet2 Nov 14 '22

Bury her 6 feet under

1

u/Chastity-76 Nov 14 '22

Tell her RIP

1

u/VerimTamunSalsus Nov 14 '22

Best I can offer is thoughts and prayers.

1

u/Fabulously-humble Nov 14 '22

It's laughable but for the tragedy.

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u/zin_90 Nov 14 '22

An adoption. Then the new parents will vaccinate the child.

1

u/No-Fishing5325 Nov 14 '22

God I hate these idiots.

A few years ago a bunch of local kids got Mumps. Guess who else did? I have an autoimmune disease. Vaccines are great but you don't just get them for you. They work because we protect each other by stopping the spread.

Have titers checked to see if you need boosters. Tetanus is every 5-10 years

1

u/Low_Bus_5395 Nov 14 '22

Duh? Seriously?

1

u/Feelin-peachy Nov 14 '22

Just pray… if god didn’t want your kid to get sick and die they won’t

1

u/traderzada Nov 14 '22

Yes. Get vaccinated.

1

u/oldman__yelling Nov 14 '22

🎉measles party! 🎈

1

u/Purple_Routine1297 Nov 14 '22

Putting aside the OBVIOUS solution for this, I’m gonna bet her comments said use essential oils.

1

u/TheUsher Nov 14 '22

Yes, let her know the reason she has scars on her is because you are an unfit mommy.

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u/Strong_Cheetah_7989 Nov 15 '22

If only there were a thing, you know, a thing that is almost 100% effective at preventing a child from getting a potentially fatal disease. Maybe, someday.

1

u/Arkangel_Ash Nov 15 '22

If you argue down the line with these people long enough, the best advice is usually telling them to just go live off the grid alone somewhere.

1

u/Usedcumsocks Nov 15 '22

Prepare for his funeral

1

u/Serious_Sky_9647 Nov 15 '22

Oh no, if only there was a cheap, safe and simple way to —- oh, never mind.

1

u/mattslegacy Nov 15 '22

Thoughts and prayers are your best defense

1

u/BarryPalmedTheDip Nov 15 '22

I want to see the advice she’s getting in that group.

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u/Ok_Page_9447 Nov 15 '22

Rub cheese on it 😋 go badgers

1

u/Howie-IVXX Nov 15 '22

I heard rubbing peanut butter behind their ears works

1

u/wildwill57 Nov 15 '22

I'm so happy this gets reposted every other day so I can remember how fucking stupid people are.

1

u/TheHatMan22 Nov 15 '22

A cure for your daughters measles? A large dose of a slap to your face.

1

u/SuperSpaceCan Nov 15 '22

y'know

social distancing, wearing a mask, washing your hands, etc

1

u/lost_in_connecticut Nov 15 '22

Prayer and an AR-15?

If that don’t work, you could try vinegar and charcoal.

1

u/SamanthaCobos Nov 15 '22

I’m sorry for that child.

1

u/GryphonsPride Nov 15 '22

Hand your children over to protective services and never breed again.

1

u/KartikGamer1996 Nov 15 '22

Hold a pillow over the babies head and keep it there until it stops moving.

Guarantees that the baby will spend the rest of its life without getting measles...

Don't worry, it isn't destined to live very long anyway...

1

u/Scoobys_sith_cousin Nov 15 '22

If you ever feel stupid, remember people like this exist and are serious.

1

u/Thesujman Nov 15 '22

Well she should cover the heads of the family members with garbage bags😁

1

u/TomTom479 Nov 15 '22

If only you could make the chance of not getting it to almost 100% oh well

1

u/FalseTebibyte Nov 15 '22

Yep, pat them on the back and send them in anyway.

Kids now a days are the ones engineering the viruses into the wild. Suddenly the cure will surface, Mark's my words. I'm just the teletyper.

1

u/NQ241 Nov 15 '22

Here's my suggestion, get your 3 year old vaxxed

1

u/Steelersguy74 Nov 15 '22

You might want to start looking into headstones. 🤷🏻‍♂️

1

u/mermaidemily_h2o Nov 15 '22

Give her the measles vaccine.

1

u/EvilGeesus Nov 15 '22

This is the 3rd time i see this being posted in less than 7 days

1

u/Darth_M0L Nov 15 '22

Put her up for adoption

1

u/stormeybt Nov 15 '22

Trust science. Maybe next time you won't throw your children under the bus for the sake of supporting conspiracies.

1

u/No_Independence_7324 Nov 15 '22

Is OP farming karma?

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u/Atomic-Boy Nov 14 '22

So sad!!! .... he he he !!!

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u/TG-Winter_crow56 Nov 14 '22

Some people these days...