Jim Carrey bravely stands up for vaccine-injured children, exposes Governor Brown as a “corporate fascist”

“California Gov says yes to poisoning more children with mercury and aluminum in manditory [sic] vaccines. This corporate fascist must be stopped.”(1)

That’s what megastar actor Jim Carrey tweeted on June 30 of this year, after California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 277, which, beginning July 2016, will require almost all California schoolchildren to be injected with all the routine vaccinations before being allowed to attend public or private school, regardless of their parents’ personal or religious beliefs. Mississippi and West Virginia are the only other states that don’t allow “personal belief exemption,” and the recent measles outbreak at Disneyland gave Governor Brown the leverage he needed to do the same in California.(2)

Carrey qualified his position by declaring: “I am not anti-vaccine. I am anti-thimerosal, anti-mercury. They have taken some of the mercury laden thimerosal out of vaccines. NOT ALL!”

The CDC admits that aluminum (and formaldehyde and other scary additives) are used in routine childhood vaccination, but contends that only flu vaccines still contain thimerosal, and that it has not been used in routine childhood vaccines since 2001. (You can download the the CDC’s complete list of ingredients for each vaccine by clicking here.) But Mr. Carrey doesn’t trust the CDC, tweeting that “They are corrupt.”(3)

He has good reason to be skeptical. As exposed in a 2014 Natural News exclusive, the CDC covered up its own studies presenting evidence that the MMR vaccine increases the risk of autism among African-American children by more than 300%.(4)

By daring to speak out on this issue, Carrey will of course be treated like a kook by the mainstream media. A Time magazine online headline reads, “Jim Carrey, Please Shut Up About Vaccines” — nicely capturing the essence of free speech as interpreted by a dying mainstream rag. But it’s not the first time that Carrey has spoken out on a controversial issue. A couple of years ago, his satirical music video “Cold Dead Hand” poked fun at the NRA and gun owners in general — a very large group that is not known for joking when it comes the the Second Amendment.(5)

And it’s also not the first time that Jerry Brown has been called a fascist. On the surface he doesn’t seem to have much in common with Benito Mussolini, who coined the term fascism to describe the tyranny he presided over, consisting of a totalitarian government atop a corporate economy, bolstered by fanatic patriotism and military worship. (He swiped the name from the Roman fasces — a bundle of rods tied around an ax — which, incidentally, was also the symbol that appeared on the back of pre-Roosevelt US dimes, and to this day hangs on the wall behind the podium in the US House of Representatives.)

In fact, during Jerry Brown’s previous stint as the leader of California (1975-83), they called him “Governor Moonbeam” — a tribute to his penchant for things mystical and utopian. Prior to becoming a Harvard lawyer he spent four years in a Jesuit seminary; as governor his rhetoric included allusions to such things as “Spaceship Earth,” and he had a long-term dalliance with the rock goddess Linda Ronstadt. (Ref 6) After a failed run for president in 1982, he studied Zen Buddhism in Japan and worked with Mother Teresa’s charity in India, and by the time he was elected mayor of Oakland in 1999, he was living communally “with a small group of fellow travelers” in a refurbished warehouse in that city’s inner city.(7)

But the inconsistency in Governor Moonbeam’s politics over the years has often alienated his more progressive supporters, who have been his harshest critics. The far-left journalist Alexander Cockburn accused him of contributing to the creation of a “vast gulag” in California, referring to that state’s prison-industrial complex, which President Ronald Reagan then applied on a national scale, helping the United States overtake the Soviet Union as the gulag world champion.(8)

Brown was also slammed by Ralph Nader for signing into law the state’s Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act (MICRA) soon after being elected in 1975, which drastically reduced compensation for the “10,000 Californians [who] perish every year…due to medical malpractice,” in Nader’s words. “The toll does not even include fatalities and other casualties brought on by hospital-induced infections.” After leaving office in 1983, ex-Governor Moonbeam even slammed himself for his role in creating that law, stating publicly that “MICRA has revealed itself to have an arbitrary and cruel effect upon the victims of malpractice. It has not lowered health care costs, only enriched insurers and placed negligent or incompetent physicians outside the reach of judicial accountability.”(9)

But it was the punk-left that first linked Governor Moonbeam to fascism, re-christening him as a “Zen fascist,” as revealed in the 1979 Dead Kennedys anthem “California Uber Alles,” which is worth quoting in its entirety.

I am Governor Jerry Brown
My aura smiles
And never frowns
Soon I will be president…

Carter Power will soon go away
I will be Fuhrer one day
I will command all of you
Your kids will meditate in school

California Uber Alles
California Uber Alles
Uber Alles California
Uber Alles California

Zen fascists will control you
100% natural
You will jog for the master race
And always wear the happy face

Close your eyes, can’t happen here
Big Bro’ on white horse is near
The hippies won’t come back you say
Mellow out or you will pay

Now it is 1984
Knock-knock at your front door
It’s the suede/denim secret police
They have come for your uncool niece

Come quietly to the camp
You’d look nice as a drawstring lamp
Don’t you worry, it’s only a shower
For your clothes here’s a pretty flower.

Die on organic poison gas
Serpent’s egg’s already hatched
You will croak, you little clown
When you mess with President Brown

The “white horse” reference derives from the 1978 biography Jerry Brown: The Man on the White Horse, written by one of his former political advisers, who quotes Brown as saying: “People want a dictator these days, a man on a white horse. They’re looking for a man on a white horse to ride in and tell them what to do. A politician can do anything he wants so long as he manipulates the right symbols.” As economic analyst Doug Henwood observed in the Left Business Observer, “This talk of confusion, corruption and rescue by a pure father suggests the psychology of fascism.”(10)

Since being elected in 2010 for the third time as California governor, Brown has been tagged with yet another nickname. The watchdog organization Oil Change International has christened him “Big Oil Brown,” due to his support of fracking and the millions of dollars he has received from such companies as Chevron and Phillips 66.(11)

As for Big Oil Brown’s corporate-zen-fascist decree that every child in California be injected with Big Pharma vaccines, it is not written in stone. With the requisite signatures and paperwork, California citizens who oppose the mandatory exposure of children to toxic chemicals can get a referendum on the November 2016 ballot to repeal the law. For the latest on the referendum, see NaturalNews.com.(12)

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Sources:

(1) CNSnews.com

(2) MercuryNews.com

(3) CDC.gov

(4) NaturalNews.com

(5) FunnyOrDie.com

(6) NYTimes.com

(7) Salon.com

(8) TheNation.com

(9) CounterPunch.org

(10) LeftBusinessObserver.com

(11) CounterPunch.org

(12) MercuryNews.com