Parents Order Lollipops For Children Laced With Chickenpox To Infect Them Because They Think The Government Is Trying To Kill Them


Parents who don’t want to give their children the chickenpox vaccine are choosing instead to buy mail-order lollipops already sucked on by chickenpox infected children.

They hope their child will get chickenpox and then develop a natural immunity to avoid vaccination shoots.

Once a child is infected they sometimes throw, “Pox Parties”, to spread the infection. Parents consider this to be a safer alternative to vaccinations. The idea is to expose children to the virus to help build up their immunity against it, in lieu of vaccinating.

The chickenpox virus can be fatal, children exposed to it could die!

  • Possible side effects of the vaccine:
    • Soreness
    • Swelling where the shot was given
    • Fever in one in 10 people
    • Rash in one out of 25
    • Seizure
    • Pneumonia
  • Before the vaccine:
    • 4 million cases per year
    • More than 10,000 hospitalizations on average yearly (in U.S.)
    • 50 children and 50 adults died each year
    • Limb amputations
    • Mass fevers to thousands of people
  • How did we get here?
    • Too much money from pharmaceuticals in government pockets.
    • Too many unanswered questions about autism.
    • Uneducated or ill informed parents.
    • Not enough health education in schools.
    • Past discoveries of illegal government testing on the population.

To Be Clear:

The parents buy regular candy lolipops at local stores. They then give them to infected children to suck on. They then mail the infected candy covered with saliva and mucus to healthy children.

The children unknowingly accept the candy from trusted parents and finish them off (eat them). Once they start to show symptoms, the parents invite other healthy children over to play with them, thus infecting them also (party).


Can we afford to have an uneducated population when it comes to viral infections and public health care needs?

Can we afford to allow governments to get away with human rights violations when if undermines the common trust, putting all of us in harms way?

Can we afford to allow money to force people out of the healthcare system when we need those same people to support society?

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24 comments

  1. I caught chicken pox as a child and I’m perfectly fine 🤷🏽‍♀️ but I wouldn’t give my child that lollipop

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  2. what’s this? …
    Nobody cares to mention the Brady Bunch episode?
    However – it’s about ‘measles’, a classic.

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  3. Like Schrodingers cat (alive or dead)

    I wonder if the ‘pox’ could even survive the manufacturing process.
    *I doubt it*

    Not much different than the ‘dead’ viruses found in your injectable vaccines.

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    • The virus on the lolipops were alive and fully active. Some of the reactions to the lolipops have been disastrous because parents didn’t know the full effects of the virus.

      Not apples to apples when comparing them to vaccines.

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      • At the end of the day, would I ‘expose’ my child, to this sort of thing intentionally?
        No, but then I also let my granddaughter play in the dirt, pet the chickens and goats, drink out of the water hose… etc. etc.

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        • Playing in the dirt is fine, petting chickens and goats is not an issue. Drinking water from a hose is no big deal.

          Eating candy infected with chickenpox could be deadly or cause a need to amputate limbs.

          Just Saying

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  4. Then my next question is who (not to be confused with WHO) manufactured them? To what standard?
    Don’t edibles (in the USA) have to go through the FDA?
    *no I don’t trust the alphabet people*
    I also don’t put much trust in so called medical/gummint sponsored youtube videos

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    • Ahh, I see what you are asking.

      The parents buy regular candy lolipops at local stores. They then give them to infected children to suck on. They then mail the infected candy with saliva and mucus to healthy children and have them put them in their mouths.

      The children unknowingly accept the candy from trusted parents and finish them off. Once they start to show symptoms, the parents invite other healthy children over to play with them, thus infecting them also (party).

      I will update this post to clear up this message.

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      • I’m not sure that’s what I’m saying. but…
        With a healthy immune system there should be no problems.
        Every body (while similar) is not made equal
        I’m no doctor so don’t take my word for it. ~ymmv

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        • You Stated — “With a healthy immune system there should be no problems.”

          My Question — Just curious, have you gotten any vaccines in your lifetime?

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          • My mother wasn’t a “devout” antivaccinator – so I did get a couple here and there growing up. I also spent a little time in the us military soooo…
            I only get the ones that are absolutely positivity required by the medical professionals. Anybody else had better be holding me at gunpoint.

            idk if there was a vaccine against the Hong Kong flu back in ’68 but I did survive that (while becoming very sick) and I was only months old at the time.

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  5. Not sure what you meant about too many unanswered questions about autism. The entire scare is based on one mans theory.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Wakefield

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    • You Stated — “Not sure what you meant about too many unanswered questions about autism. ”

      My Response — I meant that the anti-vaccine community is also fueled by a fear of autism.

      We, as a country, haven’t done enough to research the condition and educate parents. In that vacuum, people are filling in the blanks with fear and misinformation.

      We have to spend less money on war and more on research, healthcare and education. Our priorities are creating opportunities for disaster.

      Just a thought

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  6. So what you’re saying is that there’s no way to sugarcoat this: parents have suckered their children into getting sick? That sucks. Hit lick if you agree.

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  7. Ahh, people “here” might not pass those lollies to other kids but with the general public partying like it’s 1999 (on the beaches in Florida, weddings, etc) when socializing is frowned on right now…
    Gotta pass this stuff around… right?

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