TIME magazine, along with several other mainstream media sources, is blaming a recent measles outbreak in Arizona on unvaccinated workers at an immigration detention center located near Phoenix, but is the story accurate?
The mainstream press version of the story claims that what's being called "the largest measles outbreak in the U.S.," was not caused by illegal immigrants being held at the Eloy Detention Center, but rather by workers there who refused to receive MMR vaccinations.
In their reporting on the issue, TIME and other media outlets are simply parroting government and Big Pharma vaccine propaganda, while ignoring the real story regarding this particular outbreak – as well as the bigger questions regarding vaccine safety and efficacy in general.
The TIME magazine version states that the Arizona outbreak – which now involves roughly two dozen confirmed cases of measles – "likely began with a migrant," but spread due to unvaccinated workers at the facility.
Although this version of the story conveniently plays on the fears of a misinformed public, it contains many inaccuracies and much wild speculation.
In the first place, no mention is made of the fact that the measles vaccine kills far more people than the disease itself.
As reported by Global Research:
"Comparative data provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) reveal that nobody has died from measles in more than 10 years, while at least 108 deaths reported in VAERS during the same time frame have been linked to measles vaccines."
In fact, the measles are not deadly at all – it's better to contract measles as a child and develop a lifelong immunity than to risk being vaccinated.
Another fact you won't read in TIME magazine – or anywhere else in the mainstream press – is that being vaccinated does not guarantee immunity. In the recent Disneyland measles outbreak and others, 18 percent of those who contracted measles had already been vaccinated.
Furthermore, it is possible for those who have received measles vaccinations to transmit the disease themselves.
But the media ignores these facts – and others – in covering the Arizona outbreak. For example, the TIME article would lead readers to believe that it must be the unvaccinated workers spreading measles because "detainees have since been vaccinated."
But if detainees are arriving at the center unvaccinated, could they not still be transmitting new cases before they receive their vaccinations? And, given the fact that vaccinations are not anywhere near 100 percent effective, and that vaccinated people may also be capable of spreading the measles, how can anyone be sure just how the Arizona measles cases were actually spread?
In blaming the unvaccinated workers for the outbreak, the Arizona health officials and the media are merely shilling for the vaccine industry and concealing the real story from the public eye.
If one looks a little deeper, it becomes obvious how the whole story plays perfectly into the vaccine industry's hands. In other words, if we don't force vaccinations in the U.S., then we'll all succumb to diseases brought in by illegal immigrants. The mainstream media doesn't specifically say that, but it's pretty easy to draw that conclusion, based on their version of events. It's vaccine industry-backed fear-mongering disguised as news coverage.
Until the vaccine industry is exposed, and its influence over the government and media dismantled, don't expect any truth from the mainstream press regarding the dangers of vaccines and the fact that boosting one's immune system naturally is far better than receiving a shot.
Don't buy into the mainstream media lies regarding vaccines. Do your own research before ever allowing your own child to receive an MMR shot.