Noting that the Bible never mentions vaccines, a Christian author claims vaccines are “satanic, witchcraft, sorcery.”
Christian author Brittney Kara, who claims to be a certified master NLP practitioner, a hypnotherapist, and a nutrition coach, uses the Bible and her Christian faith to promote dangerous anti-vaxx pseudoscience.
Recently Kara posted a video to her Facebook page warning parents about the supposed dangers of vaccines, claiming that vaccines are “demonic” and “satanic,” and also claiming that the scientists responsible for developing vaccines worship the devil, at one point declaring:
They (scientists responsible for developing vaccines) don’t believe in God they believe in the devil.
At the beginning of her ludicrous anti-vaxx rant, Kara explains:
I just decided to just google what the bible says about vaccines…
One wonders, did Kara think to ask Google what the Bible says about Google?
Kara continues, apparently surprised that the Bible never mentions vaccines:
… There’s nothing in the Bible that talks about vaccines. So, just want you guys to think about that. So if God knew in the future that He was gonna help create these amazing things that were gonna just change our health and be the best, you know, scientific advancement in human society ever, and it’s just, “Oh my gosh, they’re so great,” like, why isn’t there anything… any inkling of talk about these things called “vaccinations” coming into being later to save people?
Like, if that was really God’s plan, and they’re so amazing, then why isn’t it in there at all?
Note: Kara is arguing that vaccines are dangerous because the Bible doesn’t mention them, while making that argument using computer technology and broadcasting that argument using the internet, neither of which are mentioned in the Bible.
In short, Kara’s bizarre rant offers the uninitiated a rare insight into the mind of a profoundly deluded and confused individual.
Later in the video Kara claims that vaccines are responsible for brain damage and gender disorders:
When did we decide that we were gonna inject our healthy babies with dead babies? When did we decide that that was a smart thing to do and expect them to not have brain damage, and then we expect them not to have gender disorders?
I really believe that believing in vaccines is a mental disorder.
To be kind, self-awareness is not one of Kara’s strengths.
It’s a pity that Kara has never read the Bible, otherwise she might have stumbled upon this gem, and saved us all a great deal of consternation:
I do not permit a woman to teach or to assume authority over a man; she must be quiet.
– 1 Timothy 2:12
Kara is the author of The Silent Scandal, a polemic against genetically modified foods, written despite the fact that according to Kara’s own biography she has no scientific credentials to justify such a position.
Bottom line: Christian author Brittney Kara claims vaccines are “satanic,” and encourages Christian parents to deny their children vaccines because vaccines aren’t mentioned in the Bible.
The stupid, it burns.
Watch edited clip via The Real Truther –