Awareness seems to be growing about the dangers and ineffectiveness of vaccines, so much so that a children's doll product known as "Cry Babies" was designed to brainwash innocent kids into believing that vaccination is the way to "cure" disease.
A commercial spot for Cry Babies shows two little girls playing with a doll named "Kristal" that develops strange red spots on her face. When the girls notice the spots, their response is to immediately inject the doll with a vaccine, which makes the red spots disappear on contact.
"Look, she has spots!" the one girl says to the other.
"Give her the injection!" the other responds.
On the Cry Babies website, the description for the Kristal doll explains that she "is sick" and needs "the right medicine" in order "to help her feel better."
"If she gets a cough, give her the medicine to help her stop coughing," the description adds. "If she gets a fever, you will need to dab her forehead with the wet cloth to help cool her down."
"When red spot will appear on her face, give her the injection to make them disappear!" it is further explained. "Like all Cry Babies, Kristal also cries real tears when you remove her dummy and makes realistic baby sounds. 6 accessories included; a dummy, a stethoscope, an injection, a cloth, cough syrup and a thermometer."