Conspiracy theories about vaccines go hand-in-hand with the anti-vaccine movement.
From crazy theories about the Illuminati and medical mind control to the idea that Bill Gates is using vaccines to sterilize and depopulate the world.
Other conspiracy theories about vaccines include:
- the oral polio vaccine caused the HIV epidemic
- SV40, which did contaminate the original polio vaccines before 1963, causes cancer
- vaccines don’t really work – instead better hygiene and nutrition led to decreases in vaccine-preventable diseases
- vaccine-preventable diseases aren’t bad
- someone is murdering doctors who are opposed to vaccines
- they put antifreeze in vaccines
- the CDC has known for a long time that vaccines cause autism
- new vaccines contain RFID chips so the government can use these nano-microchips to track us
- a shape-shifting parasitic alien species (the Reptilians) are creating a hereditary reptilian-human hybrid elite that use vaccines to poison us
- almost anything written by Sharyl Attkisson or Robert F Kennedy, Jr
And the latest anti-vaccine conspiracy theories?
The flu vaccine killed Prince and vaccines are causing babies to be born with microcephaly – it’s not the zika virus.
For more information:
- Anti-Vaccination Conspiracy Theories
- Vaccine Conspiracy Theorists More Likely To See Conspiracy Everywhere
- Debunked: The Polio Vaccine and HIV Link
- Misconceptions about Vaccines
- Conspiracy Rumors Follow Apparent Suicide of ‘Anti-Vaccine’ And Alt-Med Autism Doctor Bradstreet
- The central conspiracy theory of the antivaccine movement
- The Zika conspiracies have begun
- Antivaccine cranks ask: Did the flu vaccine kill Prince?
- 15 Myths About Anti-Vaxxers, Debunked
- Sharyl Attkisson and CBS News: An epic fail in reporting on the murder of autistic teen Alex Spourdalakis
- Is The CDC Hiding Data About Mercury, Vaccines, And Autism?
- Anti-vax: CDC conspiracy theory sweeping the social media
- Conspiracy craze: why 12 million Americans believe alien lizards rule us
- So Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Called Us to Complain …
- Hyping Your Conspiracy Theory In 5 Easy Steps