The following is a news analysis
The National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) is one of the many fact-based advocacy groups that has suffered under the heavy hand of censorship from Big Tech acting on behalf of pharmaceutical/government/corporate interests.
But victory can be found in a strategy that turns the censorship on its head.
If Americans can use censorship as a cue or guide to seek more information about that topic, person, or study, they defeat the intent of the censors.
After NVIC was dumped from PayPal so that donations from supporters could not be processed during a crucial fundraising campaign, the nonprofit announced it had established a presence on an alternative fundraising platform.
And the American people responded.
NVIC has announced receiving substantial donations and support on the new platform, in part due to the attention the PayPal censorship gave to the issue.
If you'd like to donate to NVIC, click here.
For more information, the original article about the censorship against NVIC, which was published on December 23, follows:
No longer is there any doubt that vaccine industry interests and other corporate and political interests are pulling the strings so that Big Tech moves to squash scientific views, studies, scientists, and opinions that are contrary to the narrative.
The latest example is PayPal notifying the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) that it would no longer process donations form supporters.
Already, NVIC-- a responsible, fact-based information resource, top-rated charity, and advocacy group-- has been under attack by Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.
Among other services, NVIC tracks and publicizes problematic vaccine lot numbers so that parents can check them and avoid those lots, if they choose. The group advocates for informed consent and parental choice when it comes to vaccines, and is against the notion of mandates or forced vaccination.
Fortunately, NVIC (like other entities that are targeted by Big Tech, vaccine industry interests, and government) has established an alternative platform for accepting funds.
If you'd like to learn more about NVIC, click here.
If you'd like to consider donating to NVIC: You can donate here
Read more from NVIC below.
|Big Tech & the Forced Vaccination Lobby Won't Stop NVIC!|
On December 21st past the close of business hours, NVIC was notified that PayPal would no longer process donations made by our supporters effective immediately. In essence, PayPal wants to control your choices and tell you which non-profit charities you may and may not support. Pay Pal’s sudden and unexplained action against our donors comes in the middle of our annual end-of-year fund raising campaign. This latest assault on NVIC has brought to close a year when NVIC was eliminated from the four biggest social media platforms – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and You Tube. The assault on our small charity began right after we held the successful October 2020 online Fifth International Public Conference on Vaccination: Protecting Health & Autonomy in the 21stCentury and were immediately attacked by a political operative in the UK and by mainstream media outlets acting as advertising firms for Big Pharma and the forced vaccination lobby.
A New Secure Donation Platform for New and Recurring Donors
Just as we pivoted in early 2021 to establish our presence on new social media platforms, NVIC has quickly established a secure alternative to PayPal for processing your credit card donations. Click the button below and your 2021 tax-deductible donations can still be made before the year ends.
NVIC Will Continue Our Mission
NVIC is being heavily censored because we have spoken the truth about vaccination, health and autonomy for 40 years. While big tech and the forced vaccination lobby put out a steady supply of authoritarian propaganda promoting fear and hatred of those who engage in rational thinking, NVIC will continue to defend the legal right to make voluntary choices about vaccination without being punished for the choice made as we move forward with our mission to prevent vaccine injuries and deaths through public education and defend the informed consent ethic.
2021 Highlights Accomplished Through Donor Support
Below are some highlights from the past year that your donations to NVIC made possible:
NVIC’s counselors responded to over 10,000 public inquiries, including reports of vaccine reactions, and provided information resources to assist them;
Researched and published video commentaries, new analyses, special articles and other referenced information on SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 vaccines containing over 1,000 citations;
Monitored and reported on the activities of more than 20 federal vaccine advisory committee meetings that issue and shape vaccine policies and laws;
Provided updated school vaccine requirements and exemption information on NVIC.org, as well as published over 200 articles on our three websites about vaccine science, policy, law and ethics;
Published information on the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines under Emergency Use Authorization and civil rights protections against employer mandates;
Secured a 50 percent increase in readers of The Vaccine Reaction, NVIC’s weekly journal newspaper that is dedicated to promoting “an enlightened conversation about vaccination, health and autonomy.”
Monitored, analyzed and issued talking points and positions on a record-breaking 408 vaccine related bills, 278 of which NVIC supported;
Many more Americans now realize that our liberty is in danger if we cannot freely choose how we want to stay healthy without losing the right to hold a job, be educated, receive health care, go to a restaurant or otherwise function in society. Now more than ever, it is time to have a conversation with your friends, community leaders, and your elected representatives about the importance of defending freedom of thought, speech and conscience.
Thank you for your loyal support of NVIC’s mission. May your New Year be filled with peace and joy and may 2022 be a celebration of freedom for all!
Barbara Loe Fisher,Co-Founder & President
Kathi Williams,Co-founder & Vice President
Theresa Wrangham,Executive Director