In its never-ending United Nations (UN) quest to have control over healthcare in the world, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has now embarked on a new agenda to address "vaccine hesitancy", their new term for those who are anti-vaccination. They are targeting parents whom they think fail to properly vaccinate their children.
Before going further on this subject, it is not the intent of this article to dissuade, or encourage, anyone from making a decision on whether to or not to vaccinate their children, or themselves. It is to encourage thoughtful consideration on being fully informed beyond what information the UN has decided you should know.
UNICEF opinions and strategies were discussed in June of this year at the Vaccine Summit Interviews conference that included several different panelists. The summit began with a third world child suffering from a case of measles, followed by applauding a young man who defied his mother's anti-vaccination wishes and chose to get vaccinated, making vaccinations a mission in his short life.