Whack-Job Wednesday: Anti-Vaxxers Compare Themselves to Holocaust Victims and other Persecuted Minorities Throughout History


It’s been a while since I wrote something  but I noticed a very disturbing trend in the past few weeks ever since the shit hit the fan at Disneyland.

Due to the recent backlash against the anti-science, anti-progress, misanthropic scum known as anti-vaxxers, they have now resorted to comparing the criticism against them to the suffering Jews experienced during the Holocaust, the denial of civil rights blacks experienced in the Jim Crow era South and to the McCarthyist witch-hunts of the 1950’s. Just when you thought this vile bunch of fuckwits couldn’t get any fucking lower, they pull the persecution card. I guess it’s easy to whine about being repressed from the comfort of your home, exercising your freedumz on social media while eating a gluten-free, non-GMO, heirloom Kale muffin.


I’m not going to do much writing in this post. I will let the anti-vaxxers show how absolutely repugnant they are in their own words. The following evidence proves that not only are anti-vaxxers scientifically illiterate lacking any understanding in basic scientific concepts, but they also have absolutely no historical awareness.

Because getting vaccinated is just like being shipped off to Auchwitz in a crowded train to die:Nazisymbol

Holocaust denial in the same thread:


I thought “training camps” were for the Jets and Giants:

On US media coverage of the measles outbreaks:


I don’t even understand what this person is trying to say:


Just add the word Nazi to your non-sensical point if you’re an anti-vaxxer:nazivaccine


From the Australian Vaccination Network, hijacking the American Civil Rights movement. (Contrary to their name, they are an anti-vax group):



According to the perpetual moronic Glenn Beck, anti-vaxxers are being treated as Galileo was when he published the heliocentric view. Well, except Galileo was right:


The Healthy Home Economist aka Giant Smug Twat-Waffle is no stranger to over-dramatic comparisons that paint anti-vaxxers into victims. When facts and science fail to win people to your side, cry that the enemy is trying to burn you at the stake:

“Why am I declining interview requests about a topic I am extremely passionate about? I am deeply concerned about the media feeding frenzy that is surrounding this measles outbreak story that is creating a witchhunt and a burn ‘em at the stake mentality regarding vaccine skeptics in general, but most specifically, parents who choose not to vaccinate their children.”

She also says something ridiculous about medical fascism in her poorly written, whiny and long scree. See more at:


If you’re an anti-vaxxer, you can always compare your so-called suffering to that of the ultimate sufferer, Jesus H. Christ



When all else fails, accuse Mexicans of bringing over diseases because it’s all Obama’s fault–he wants all non-Muslims dead or imprisoned or in a FEMA camp or to have Autism. I really wish these idiots would get their conspiracies straight.









Just F’n Stop It. Your First World Problems are not Comparable to Trying to Survive in a Nazi Death Camp.

Godwin's Law: (from urban dictionary) A term that originated on Usenet, Godwin's Law states that as an online argument grows longer and more heated, it becomes increasingly likely that somebody will bring up Adolf Hitler or the Nazis. When such an event occurs, the person guilty of invoking Godwin's Law has effectively forfeited the argument.

Godwin’s Law: (from urban dictionary)
A term that originated on Usenet, Godwin’s Law states that as an online argument grows longer and more heated, it becomes increasingly likely that somebody will bring up Adolf Hitler or the Nazis. When such an event occurs, the person guilty of invoking Godwin’s Law has effectively forfeited the argument.

Just stop comparing your first world problems and everything you don’t like or agree with to Nazi Germany. I have seen it mostly done in vaccination debates; the whack job AVers will compare the CDC’s vaccine schedule to Nazi Germany in just about every thread regarding vaccination.

Okay…I get it.  You don’t want to vaccinate you or your kids.  That’s your choice. Hopefully, your kids will not get vaccine preventable disease and/or suffer debilitating side effects because you wanted to be an ignorant, science-denying asshole. However, it is arrogant and completely self-centered to compare getting a vaccine to the suffering Jews endured under the Nazi occupation of Europe. (Yes . Others were persecuted by the Nazis, but the first step of holocaust denial is the failure to recognize that it was a program specifically aimed at eliminating European Jewry!)

I’ve seen the Nazi Germany comparison thousands of times on social media. Obama-care is not like Nazi Germany. Phil Robertson being banned from A & E is not like Nazi Germany. Jennifer Lawrence winning another Golden Globe, although baffling, is not comparable to Nazi Germany. Here is my advice to the little cunts that compare their “suffering” to Nazi Germany:

Go back in time and  live in Nazi Germany or Nazi occupied Poland–and as a Jew too, not a gentile. Then come back to 2014 (if you haven’t been shot into a mass grave or gassed to death) and tell a holocaust survivor with a straight face that getting a vaccine or Obama-care is comparable to what the Nazis did.

Yeah. That’s what I thought.