Apparently the CDC is calling people on the phone and asking if their kids have been immunized. At the end of the survey they ask for the kids' medical records!!!!
Of course Natural News and Prison Planet are telling people not to talk to the CDC on the phone. This is healthy paranoia - it's good sense and boils back down to "don't talk to the police". If you're against vaccines, and you tell them, maybe they can take your kids in some jurisdictions. (I dunno but why risk it?). If you haven't vaccinated the kids and you lie about it, or even if you think they've been vaccinated and they really haven't - well, lying to a Federal agent is a felony, in which case they can probably take your kids as well as throw you in jail. They're probably sitting there with the kids' medical records or some dossier on you in front of them anyway when they call you.
Talking to the police is NEVER a good idea. Please watch the 49-minute video on why, a couple posts previous to this. (that lawyer sure talks fast, but it's very informative).
So the solution would be to not talk to them. That way you don't have to lie, and they don't get anything else to use on you either. If someone calls asking if you've vaccinated the kids, don't talk to them at all, just hang up on them. Then do whatever you think is best with your own kids. It's none of their business anyway. Oh, and don't pretend there's something wrong with the line either. Don't say anything to them. Just hang up.
The other thing you could do is, if you don't recognize the phone number, don't answer the phone. There's already lots of people who just do that anyway, because they've got collection agents calling. Probably a lot of the people the CDC is trying to reach, poor people, are going to be hard to reach for that very reason.
The same would apply if someone comes to your door. To avoid a search, if you don't know them, have your key on you when you come to the door, go outside and close the door behind you so they are talking to you outside. Then if they seem to be asking questions, don't tell them anything. Ask them to leave.
I figure it's one of 3 things: Either they honestly believe in vaccinations doing good, and they're trying to reach more low income kids; or they think a pandemic is possible and they're trying to get more people immunized; or the whole thing, the threat of pandemic and the "safety" of vaccines is fake or manufactured by them.
The unknowns are:
1. Is there going to be a pandemic?
2. If so, who will actually cause it?
3. How do they know?
4. Is this a psyops?
5. What's really in the vaccines?
6. Is the pandemic (if it occurs) a false flag?
I don't want to be totally paranoid about vaccines. My theory is, they might work (this is debatable especially with flu shots since they're based on last year's flu) but some people have side effects; and the pharma companies are pumping them out willy-nilly without enough testing or quality control. Anyway, even those two things are reason to be wary of them.
This article here details the reasons why vaccines aren't that great. Questionable efficacy, side effects, unhealthy additives like mercury, aluminum, and unrelated viruses, and the danger of getting the disease from the vaccine are some reasons.
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