Dr Mercola and I had the honor of being interviewed by Polly Tommey (producer and a star in the film Vaxxed) just over a week ago on the East Coast of Florida where we live. Now, they’re all the way across the country in Maryland (Polly Travels fast) where IKEA shoppers were getting a look at the bus in the parking lot. Team Vaxxed wasn’t selling a thing- they were just talking to some vaccine injured children. However, Ikea forced the children, parents and bus to leave (despite the size of their massive parking lot) and (allegedly) said they wanted nothing to do with the film, nor did they want to be associated with it. Polly Tommey has asked people to #boycott Ikea: What do you think? I already started boycotting IKEA recently as they still refuse to stop selling fur, their furniture always arrives days late and oftentimes pieces are missing. Feel free to share your thoughts below.
Their children are not yours to raise – It’s so easy to look at someone else and point out what you think they’re doing wrong. Your children are yours to raise in the best way you see fit. They may not necessarily agree with your parenting style either.Parents in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones – Ever judged
The fact that his vaccination status is putting other children at risk is not my problem.
Fierce legal battle to have own kids vaccinated
Source: Dad takes anti-vax mum to court
Let’s talk about the meaning of a “god-complex”. Wikipedia defines a “god complex” as “an unshakable belief characterized by consistently inflated feelings of personal ability, privilege, or infallibility. A person with a god complex may refuse to admit the possibility of their error or failure, even in the face of complex or intractable problems or difficult or impossible […]
Those who refuse to vaccinate their kids in Australia will be denied as much as $11,000 in childcare rebates and welfare under new rules by the government.