They're coming for you.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), online “anti-vaccine activism” is more dangerous than terrorism, nuclear war, and gun violence.
The WHO has shared a video that makes the claims in its latest move to vilify anyone who doesn't agree with their continued policy of mass vaccination. The video states that "political solutions" are needed to address what they say is 'misinformation'.
The author of the piece, Dr Peter Hotez, states: “We have to recognize that anti-vaccine activism, which I actually call anti-science aggression, has now become a major killing force globally,”
Hotez went on to claim that the killing force of anti-vaccine activism is more dangerous than “gun violence, global terrorism, nuclear proliferation, or cyberattacks.” he goes on: "Now it’s become a political movement,” he continued. “In the U.S., it’s linked to far extremism on the far Right. Same in Germany. So this is a new face of anti-science aggression.”
The video concludes with Hotez saying: “And so we need political solutions to address this.”
Hotez has been a vocal critic of vaccine skepticism. In 2021, he wrote that opposing Covid measures was not only "anti-science" but also a form of “aggression,” which he blamed on conservative politicians, academics, and news outlets.