The flu vaccination push is in furious marketing mode and it isn’t going to stop until every last one of us is injected. That includes our smallest of children, apparently. The UK is now justifying injecting children as young as 5 years old with a flu vaccine based on “cost-effectiveness.” In other words, the country could save money, according to them.
The idea in this newest blasphemy is to convince the world that a flu shot isn’t just for the individual, but for the greater mass of society, and that injecting children could help save the entire mass of people from enduring disease and financial doom.
According to DDDMag.com.
The study, carried out by researchers at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and Public Health England, led to the UK government changing its vaccine policy to extend flu vaccination to children. The researchers found that the most cost-effective option is extending the vaccination programme covering high risk and elderly individuals to children aged 5-16 years.
The idea allows people to move away from direct benefit perception and directly into “global benefit perception.” In this way, if a 5 year old doesn’t have a flu vaccine, we can reserve the right to be really, really mad. And that type of thought process has always worked well for past Governments, including the Nazis and the Fascist.
Study author John Edmunds, Professor of Infectious Disease Modelling at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, said: “Our findings are important because they show that vaccinating children against influenza may well be highly cost-effective. This is because vaccinating children not only helps protect them against flu, but also helps prevent spread to others in the community.”
Yep, these things are happening.