Pinterest bans Green Med Info from sharing vaccine safety information; wants all children to be maimed by toxic vaccines

Just as we predicted, the tech cabal is taking its censorship agenda to the next level by banning a popular natural health resource from its platform simply for sharing honest safety information about vaccines.

GreenMedInfo, which we often cite here at Natural News, was reportedly removed from Pinterest on December 13, 2018, after the picture-sharing website discovered that GreenMedInfo had been teaching its followers how to stay healthy without pharmaceutical drugs and other harmful chemicals.

A notice was sent from Pinterest to GreenMedInfo which reads:

“We removed your Pinterest account because it or your linked website violated our misinformation policy. This policy includes things like promotion of false cures for terminal or chronic illnesses, and anti-vaccination advice.”

The notice went on to claim that GreenMedInfo is promoting “advice” that may result in “immediate or detrimental effects on a Pinner’s health or on public safety.” How Pinterest says it determines what constitutes high-risk health content is by relying on the official policies of “nationally and internationally recognized institutions, including the CDC and WHO.”

Pinterest has a very poor rating on EFF’s censorship tracker

GreenMedInfo has since filed an appeal with Pinterest, but doesn’t expect to be taken seriously, seeing as how other similar sites like the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC), Mercola, Health Impact News, and even Natural News have faced similar censorship.

It seems to be a trend at Pinterest, which has a very low ranking on the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s (EFF) “Who Has Your Back? Censorship Edition.” With only two out of five stars, Pinterest is listed at EFF as having poor removal and suspension policies.

“Pinterest does not publicly commit to providing meaningful notice to users of every removal and suspension,” EFF says.

Interestingly enough, all of the content at GreenMedInfo that Pinterest claims is “misinformation” is fully cited either from peer-reviewed literature, or from the actual vaccine package inserts created by vaccine manufacturers. GreenMedInfo also conducts investigative reporting that exposes corruption within the very government organizations that Pinterest says it relies upon for “facts,” which further explains why it got the axe.

“… Pinterest’s primary justification for characterizing our research as a threat to public safety is that the information we provide access to contradicts the CDC and WHO,” contends GreenMedInfo.

“But what happens when these very organizations violate medical ethical principles, such as when in 2014 a senior CDC scientist, Dr. Thompson, blew the whistle on his agency for covering up data linking the MMR vaccine to increased autism rates in African American boys?” the site adds, pointing to extensive research on this important subject.

Inconvenient facts are no longer acceptable on the internet

Natural News has similarly covered this topic, revealing that the combination measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine is associated with a 340 percent increased risk of autism in young black boys.

These are just the facts, it’s important to note. These are not somebody’s random opinions, in other words. And yet Pinterest, holding contradictory viewpoints steeped in corporate “science,” has decided that these facts are unacceptable because they crush the status quo narrative, and is thus censoring them.

And it’s only going to get worse – much worse – if nothing is done congressionally to stop these tech tyrants from arbitrarily deciding what’s “truth” and what’s “misinformation.”

“… I would argue that the almost 45,000 peer-reviewed and published studies available on our open access database on the science of natural medicine speak for themselves,” says GreenMedInfo chief editor, Sayer Ji.

“Shooting the messenger doesn’t make the message go away,” he adds.

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