Sunday, August 29, 2010
(NaturalNews) Check out the new Vaccine Zombie video and song, now viewable on www.NaturalNews.TV and YouTube.com (see links below). Featuring an animated cast of dancing zombie characters, “Vaccine Zombie” is the latest hip hop single we’ve put together to feed your edutainment craving. Combining “entertainment” with “education”, this new video uses humorous song lyrics to explore the negative side effects of vaccines, which are now scientifically known to produce seizures, vomiting, fevers, narcolepsy and even death in children and teens.
Watch the video right now at these two video sites:
You can also download the entire song as a high-quality MP3 file (along with ringtones, lyrics and more) at www.VaccineZombie.com
With the help of an animator, background vocalists and sound engineer, I produced this song and video over the last few months with the intention of rolling it out when the vaccine push began in the Fall. But it turns out the vaccine industry has started its propaganda campaign early, so I decided to release Vaccine Zombie now instead of waiting.
Here are some of the lyrics to “Vaccine Zombie”:
Standin’ in line for the vaccine shot
Hope I get mine cause believe it or not
I think I might die less I take what they got
My brain’s too fried so I give it no thought, no thought
Cause the FDA said it’s safe for me
The drug companies claim that it’s made for me
And the government, they gonna pay for me
It’s not too late for me, is it?
Now it’s my turn to be injected.
They say it’s gonna hurt but I’ll be protected.
When they give the word I do as I’m directed.
I’m not the kind of person to do something unexpected
I do everything the doctors tell me
Swallow all those pills they sell me
I’m afraid that germs might kill me!
Vaccine zombie, zombie
I forgot how to think for myself
I don’t understand a thing about health
I do the same as everyone else
I’m a vaccine zombie, zombie
… see the complete lyrics (there are a lot more) at www.VaccineZombie.com
This article was posted: Sunday, August 29, 2010 at 5:17 am