Gates Foundation introduces trendy new bracelets as ridiculous marketing ploy to push more vaccines
NaturalNews) In an effort to make getting vaccinated seem more hip to people living in developing countries, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has reportedly funneled $100,000 into a new campaign that uses small rubber bracelets as a ploy to increase vaccination rates. As reported by VacTruth.com, the pink and blue silicon bracelets have been trendily designed to remind children and their parents when it is time to get vaccinated, using a cheap fashion icon as a tool of persuasion.
Created by a student at Cornell University in New York, the bracelets bear a series of unique markings that represent different types of vaccines, as well as corresponding numbers that indicate when these vaccines should be administered. Each time a person wearing the bracelet gets an indicated vaccine, its corresponding symbol gets a “punch,” indicating that its wearer is in compliance with the recommended vaccine schedule.
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Because they care about us…
Maybe they will throw in a free copy of Windows 8