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Offline decemberfellow

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Department Store secretly funding vaccinations
« on: February 07, 2016, 04:01:32 pm »
A popular department store chain encourages its customers into believing ďKohlís CaresĒ with its namesake program designed to help children. However, these fundraising efforts seem to be aimed at vaccinating children across the United States.

Since its inception, Kohlís Cares has raised $257 million with its popular merchandising campaign, which uses stuffed animals, books, and other childrenís items to raise money in the name of charity. Kohlís operates almost 1200 stores in 49 states. [1]

Sadly, much of this money has been used to fund vaccines.

Fundraising For Pharmaceuticals

Some hospitals have received more than a million dollars in funding from this Kohlís program.

A Kohlís-funded program in Arkansas directed at parents of young children ďconsists of billboards, print ads and radio ads targeting 13 Arkansas counties with the lowest immunizations ratesĒ for preschoolers. [2]

In San Antonio, a Kohlís partnership with the Childrenís Hospital funds mobile vaccination clinics. The location? Kohlís parking lots. [3]
According to a website devoted to increasing vaccination rates in Maine, ďextensive research shows many Maine parents are concerned about vaccine safety and necessity.Ē The VaxMaine program includes a component called Kohlís Vax Kids, funded through Kohlís Cares, which aims to pressure parents who are delaying vaccines to adhere to ďthe recommended childhood vaccination schedule.Ē [4]

A Kohlís cares partnership with Childrenís Hospital in Minnesota, in which Kohlís donated over $5.4 million, also funded ďeducationalĒ school assemblies, in addition to vaccine clinics. [5]

Kohlís High-Ranking Executive Has Ties To Big Pharma

Perhaps parents will find this next piece of information even more enlightening. A high-ranking Kohlís executive is on the board of directors for Cigna, a global pharmaceutical company.

Michelle Gass has been in top management positions at Kohlís since 2013, currently serving as Chief Merchandising and Customer Officer and previously holding the Chief Customer Officer position. Prior to joining the executive ranks at Kohlís, she served in top positions at Proctor and Gamble, where she spent time in the pharmaceutical division. [6]

With her strong influence in the merchandising division at Kohlís, and her strong ties to at least two companies who provide vaccines, is Ms. Gass a textbook example of a conflict of interest?
In Reality, ďSafeĒ Vaccines Are Very Dangerous

One press release for a Kohlís Cares initiative in Minnesota stated that 128 people died in the US from the flu during a recent ďsevereĒ season. Childrenís Hospital, a highly respected institution, kicked off vaccination season with a root beer float party and a carnival, thanks to a $300,000 donation from Kohlís Cares. Childrenís Hospital received funding from Kohlís in a previous year to provide 7,500 vaccinations.

A news network reporting on the vaccination fundraising party stated it was ďa lot of fun.Ē

In stark contrast, families who have been affected by an adverse reaction from a vaccine know that the lifelong struggles are not fun at all. This celebration of vaccines minimizes the devastation of vaccine injuries.

Before you choose to support popular fundraising efforts, we encourage you to investigate where your money is going and what it is being used for. Most of the time, this basic research only takes a few minutes.

Before you choose to vaccinate your child, research the ingredients in the vaccines as well as the risks.


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Re: Department Store secretly funding vaccinations
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2016, 05:34:19 pm »
Scum bags.  I never liked Kohls.
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Re: Department Store secretly funding vaccinations
« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2016, 05:07:45 am »
Scum bags.  I never liked Kohls.

Yeah, same here, their merchandise is crap and so is
pushing vaccines .   I hope in the worsening economy
in 2016 Kohls bites the dust and closes their doors.
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