If you’re like me, you probably enjoyed Jules Verne‘s classic tale “Around the World in 80 Days.” Books like that, along with the Bible, were commonly read in our home and even in the schools I attended.
The Idaho Shakespeare Festival will be performing an updated presentation of “Around the World in 80 Days,” complete with several minutes of vaccination propaganda.
Just take a listen to this nonsense.
Here’s the lyrics to the song above.
Welcome to the doctor’s office
Welcome to your waking nightmare
Welcome why the frown
Welcome now sit down
You’re going around the world
But first, you are going to need something
Yeah first you’re going to feel a sting
There are so many diseases you need to be protected against if you are going around the world
By injecting you with a small sample of each of the diseases your body will be able to fight those pesky illnesses away
“No Thank you I’m fine.”
Time to begin the vaccine
tetanus and polio
stab the skin and there you go
diphtheria and hepatitis A and B (Whee)
“Don’t you dare put that inside us!”
Well, Good Luck getting through Asia
Relax it’s not like it’s Euthanasia
If you want to avoid infection make sure you get your typhoid injection
And don’t go playing with hyena babies or else you end up with a case of rabies
The two of you will not achieve a record time with yellow fever
Close your eyes and count to three 1, 3 Ha Whee
That will just about be it
These Vaccinations will permit you both to travel
At your own accord
But just to be safe we will stop the itching and chaffing with a couple of more to leave you tired and sore
And you’re done
So goodbye, goodbye, goodbye
And all aboard.
Ashely Cates has more:
This musical, written specifically for the Youth Company Performances, takes you on a whirlwind tour of the globe and its people and includes five minutes of a very forced scene of vaccine propaganda. It is deeply upsetting that the director of this play, Tom Ford, would either submit to pressure to include this lengthy scene about vaccinations prior to travel in order to send a message, or think that this is, in any way appropriate to include when vaccinations are not a part of the book or movie the play is based on.
This song! it’s insane! We are actually listening to a played out forced vaccine set to a catchy tune. This is what they find acceptable to perform for children? – Executive Director, Miste Karlfeldt
Idaho Theater for Youth school tour, which brings professional productions to nearly 30,000 students in grades K-6 across Idaho. Please think twice about supporting the ISF with your attendance when they are pushing this kind of pharmaceutical industry propaganda on school children.According to Boise Weekly, the musical was written just for Idaho Theater for Youth by Alex Syiek by prompting from the director Tom Ford. You can contact ISF directly via email and express your concern since they are deleting comments off their facebook page.
Email the director Tom Ford firstname.lastname@example.org
Call & Email the Education Manager Veronica Von Tobel
(208) 429-9908 ext. 206
The propaganda is not just about offering vaccines for those who might wish to take them, but is more about forced vaccinations.
In fact, Cates provided several comments from those who had seen the production. Here’s what they had to say.
One reviewer said, “We just saw Around the World in 80 Days a performance put on by Idaho Shakespeare Festival/Idaho theater for Youth and we were very disappointed with the vaccine drug propaganda they were pushing. They said their School of Theater program is going to 90% of the schools in Idaho to perform and they have already hit a few including Mountain View.”
“They listed several vaccine drugs that you ‘have’ to get to travel, lies. There was an entire scene dedicated to vaccines,” said another. “They spent about 5 minutes of the play acting out administering vaccines to two characters. They also said a joke about how it’s not big deal and not like it’s hurting you. I can’t remember the exact words.”
“I attended as well and was shocked! Completely in your face pro vaccine,” said another person who saw the production. “So out of place with the book or movie… very forced…”
“I also kept thinking, if my son came home and told me he saw 80 days around the world at school I would be over the moon… thinking strictly of the book and movie… As the book and movie have nothing to do with pushing vaccines,” said still another. “I would never guess he was just targeted for propaganda!”
So, who was behind this little production to promote vaccinations?
- Idaho Commission on the Arts
- US Bancorp Foundation
- Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation
- Eastern Region Greatest Needs Fund
- Idaho Community Foundation
- F.M., Anne G. & Beverly B. Bistline Foundation
- James A. Pinney Memorial Fund
- Perc H. Shelton & Gladys A. Pospisil Shelton Foundation
- Gladys E. Langroise Advised Fund
- John William Jackson Fund
If vaccines are so safe, then why did Congress make it so they cannot be held liable for the effects, sometimes deadly, of vaccines via the National Childhood Vaccine?
It’s all about the money.
However, while this propaganda will go out to 30,000 children in 100 school districts in Idaho, according to Cates, don’t think this will remain only in Idaho. This will spread across the country if it catches on with the kinds of people that want to pump this stuff into your child’s body while claiming it is safe when we know they cause autism and the Center for Disease Control tried to cover it up, contain enzymes that cause cancer, and have been found to be spiked with sterilization drugs, as well.
H/T Redoubt News