Health Officials Warn “Russian Cyber Units” are Spreading False Info About Vaccines

By On November 29, 2017

Have you noticed the comment sections of Facebook posts involving vaccination are majorly changing tone recently?

From the post of ABC reporter Ashley Glass being bombarded with stories of vaccine injury and tragedy, to this post where a t-shirt reading “vaccines cause adults” blew up with comments, a clearly organic rise of people expressing this opinion is occurring.

What’s weird about the “vaccines cause adults” shirt is that Chelsea Clinton tweeted about them, and said she would buy one.





If you were a corporation that sells vaccines and people were flooding public forums with bad press about your product, what would you do? If you’re powerful enough to have the UK government on your side, you might try to convince the public that the comments are coming from.. Russia.

So UK health officials are issuing warnings about “Russian cyber units” spreading false information about vaccines. The information is not false, no one will admit vaccines can kill. Except the government, in official VAERS vaccine injury reports, but no one wants to talk about that.

This is preposterous if you personally know what they call “anti-vax” people because almost all of them are ordinary people whose family members were victims of vaccine injury. These people are specifically normal, average people who become activists because they had bad experiences.

According to an article from IB Times titled “UK health officials fear Russian cyber units are ‘spreading false information’ on flu and measles jabs”:

“Experts are warning that Russian cyber units are spreading false information about flu and measles jabs in the UK.

In an apparent attempt to erode trust in US and European governments, state-sponsored units are using social media to spread lies, the Mirror reported. The Kremlin is believed to be attempting to foster distrust over flu jabs and the MMR measles vaccines.

According to the Mirror, concerns over the threat to public health and security are so high that government departments have been ordered to monitor social media and flag any troublesome articles.

Health chiefs have reportedly held emergency meetings concerning the spread of “fake news” about vaccination campaigns. There are also concerns that the strides made through information programmes in schools and communities could be undone by these false stories.”

If you know about victims of vaccine injury, the above quote might turn your blood cold. Understanding vaccine injury, the UK government’s propaganda is so vile and completely unacceptable it should inspire people to push even harder to show the world what vaccines do.

Former National Counter Terrorism Security Office head Chris Phillips had the audacity to claim that their culture is in danger because of Russian propaganda, belittling the population of the UK as if they need censorship to come to reasonable conclusions. “This is all about destabilisation by external forces. War is ever changing and becoming much more cyber-based,” Phillips said.

“For generations, governments in the UK and the West have been extremely worried about destabilisation from external forces. The Russians have long felt that the UK, America and the European Union is a major threat to them so have developed major strategies in how to interfere with politics, policy, and now it seems the interference is impacting on vital decisions in our daily lives.

If the Russian government, or whoever, wishes to exert this kind of influence, is able to cause difficulty in decisions, in trusting the government of the day in that country, or otherwise trusted media and news organisations, then so much the better for them.”

Rest assured Chris Phillips, people don’t have distrust for your establishment because of some Russian propaganda, and it’s insulting to claim people can’t form opinions on their own.

If any person reading this is unaware of what vaccine injury is, here is a recent Facebook post from ex-MMA fighter Nick Catone, whose son passed away after a vaccine.


To end this on a more positive note, the Russia-vaccine-bot propaganda was satirized by Jon Rappaport:

““OK, boys, today we’re going to merge the ‘Russia-did-it’ meme with the ‘beware-of-unofficial-vaccine-disinformation’ meme, roll it all up into a ball and push it out there. We’ve got to do something. More people are waking up to vaccine damage and the preposterous nature of our claims that vaccines are wonderfully safe and effective. We know our claims are bullshit, but we’re supposed to know. They’re not supposed to. But more of them do know.”

Coming up next: “Let’s see. During the presidential campaign, Trump suggested that vaccines could cause autism. Obviously, he got that information from…Russia. More proof he’s an agent working for Putin.”

The Amish are all Russians.

That soccer mom down the street with the kid who pretends he’s super-healthy and has never been vaccinated? She has a secret transmitter in her basement. Every night she taps out signals to her handler in Moscow, using marked pages from Tolstoy’s War and Peace for code. Quick, report her to the FBI. Call the shock troops from Merck and Glaxo.”


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