Author and Activist Explains the Link Between Vaccination and Eugenics » The Event Chronicle

By Alex Pietrowski

“The eugenics movement has always been problematic, it has always reflected a desire to have people be in perfect health as a society, not really as individuals, but as a group.” ~Liam Scheff

Eugenics in one form or another has always been a part of human culture, however it has taken a quantum leap since the 1800’s when it was first codified into science by Francis Galton. Now, in the 21st century, eugenics is broadly accepted to be immoral and unethical, yet is disguised in many aspects of our society, namely vaccination.

“We live in a society in which eugenics is prohibited, a society that it doesn’t believe in abortion, we certainly don’t believe in infanticide, but we seem to be killing a lot of children, anyway. We seem to be killing a lot of children slowly.” ~Liam Scheff

Speaking on the connection between eugenics and vaccines, and how families, most notably mothers, are destroyed when a child is vaccine injured, Liam Scheff, anti-vaccine activist and author of Official Stories: Counter-Arguments for a Culture in Need describes how the practice and ritual of vaccinating children qualifies as a eugenics project.

Eugenics is defined as, “the science of improving a human population by controlled breeding to increase the occurrence of desirable heritable characteristics.”…

Source: Author and Activist Explains the Link Between Vaccination and Eugenics » The Event Chronicle

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