Dr. Vernon Coleman on vaxxing the children
I know how hard it is to tell people you know truths you know they won’t want to hear. They’ll think you a kook, a wing nut, a liar and/or a wicked person. They won’t want to know you, and you might turn a friend into an angry enemy. It is normal and natural to want to be thought well of by others. So we keep quiet, we hedge and hide and smile to cover our secret misgivings.
We can no longer do that. More precisely, if we do, we are complicit, and will forever bear in our hearts the knowledge of that complicity. My father, God rest him, used to quote Shakespeare to me: “The coward dies a thousand deaths, the brave man dies but once.”
You know what to do. Do it. For the children.
Ask me how