Parents who don't vaccinate their kids
- Founded By: Rev. Edmund Massey
- Known For:
- First Found: Unknown
Anti-vaccine parents are parents who don't vaccinate their kids for various reasons, mostly by troll logic spouted off by alleged doctors like Andrew Wakefield. Wakefield was shown to be the biggest medical troll in history, and made many parents second guess potentially life-saving vaccines, and made many naive parents and tinfoil hatters form an Anti-vaccine movement from his troll logic.
Anti-vaccine parents believe there's dangerous chemicals in vaccines that can cause cancer or Autism. Because of these anti-vaccine parents, there were outbreaks of measles in Italy in 2002, Iowa in 2004, San Diego in 2008, an outbreak of mumps in 2006 in Chicago, and Nova Scotia in 2007.
In 2010, Wakefield fully withdrew his paper, but tinfoil hatters within the anti-vaccine crowd think he was bullied into doing it, and still fuel the crazed hysteria of anti-vaccine parents.
The very first Anti-vaccine movement actually started because of religion. There was a man by the name of Rev. Edmund Massey, who preached that getting inoculated will damn your soul. A man by the name of Edward Jenner 1-upped the "good" reverend, and his words made infant inoculation mandatory, and made people want to have it.
Wakefield shamed, parents still crazy, diseases that should have been defeated by widespread vaccination are still coming back.