Why I will NOT be at the Millions March

I’ve decided that I won’t be attending nor supporting the Millions March Against Mandatory Vaccinations (MMAMV). The “Millions March” is set to take place at various locations on August 31, 2019 which happens to be Labor Day weekend.

“I was once asked why I don’t participate in anti-war demonstrations. I said that I will never do that, but as soon as you have a pro-peace rally, I’ll be there.”

– Mother Teresa

Please understand that I am completely in favor of rallying FOR medical freedom and informed consent. But I will not march AGAINST vaccines. This may seem like a subtle difference at first glance, but it is actually a very important distinction to keep in mind. The reason for this is simple: no one can be openly opposed to medical freedom and informed consent, without appearing insane and inhumane. Conversely, it is all too easy to be opposed to those who are “anti-vaccine”, because after all vaccines do save some lives, even if they aren’t completely safe or completely effective.

My other reasons for not wanting to partake in the Millions March is that there are simply too many red flags to ignore. Below are some of the warning signs I see.

Word on the street, is that some of the main organizers for the Millions March are organized controlled opposition. Although I have no definitive evidence to prove this, I also think the Millions March could potentially be a false flag operation. Why? Because, if there turns out to be violence at even just one of the many Millions Marches (say in Texas or Florida), then the mainstream media will grab hold of that story and run with it like a rabid dog, painting the entire medical freedom movement in one broad brush stroke as violent extremism. This “event” can then be used as justification for taking even more draconian measures against us and the medical freedom movement.

Although the march is called the “Millions March Against Mandatory Vaccinations”, it will be so easy for the mainstream news and media to simply drop the word “mandatory” and instead call it the “Millions March Against Vaccines”. At that point, everyone associated with the march will be labeled “anti-vaccine”, or an “anti-vaxxer” for short. It’s a trap and people will have marched right into it.

Why do you think there might be violence at the Millions March?

Two of the main organizers of the Millions March are “Allie French” and “Mediocris Kevin” (aka Kevin Tuttle). Kevin Tuttle has over 12 years of Public Relations experience working in the U.S. government and military, and he describes himself in his Facebook profile intro as being “dangerous and irresponsible”.

Meanwhile, Allie French appears to be promoting concealed carry to the march and has a meme stating that we should be shooting “guns and whiskey”.

I don’t know about you, but these are not the kind of people I would want organizing marches for any movement that I care deeply about. Every rally for medical freedom that I have attended has always been a family-friendly event. People bring their babies and children. It feels safe. Shooting guns and whiskey, bringing concealed carry, and being dangerous and irresponsible are all things that I want absolutely no part of whatsoever.

Any other red flags?

Google, who has been censoring “anti-vaccine” content like there is no tomorrow, is publicizing the Millions March Against (Mandatory) Vaccines through its autocomplete. This is not a good sign for the medical freedom movement. In case you haven’t heard the news, Google is now a pharmaceutical company. They are promoting a pharmaceutical agenda. So, why would Google suddenly pull a 180 and publicize a march AGAINST vaccines? This doesn’t make any sense at all. Unless this is a false flag operation, and then it makes perfect sense. In fact, that is the only way I can make sense of this situation.

Note that other search engines like DuckDuckGo and Yahoo are not promoting the Millions March Against (Mandatory) Vaccines through their autocomplete.

Thankfully, I am not alone in my thinking. Children’s Health Defense (CHD) recently issued a formal statement regarding the Millions March Against Mandatory Vaccinations:

“CHD is not a sponsor nor an organizer of the Millions March and is not affiliated in any way with the organizers of the event… we do not support the march.”

Virginians for Medical Freedom appear to have created a formal petition disavowing the Millions March. The Florida Freedom Alliance (FFA) has also issued a statement distancing themselves from the Millions March stating: “FFA shall not be held liable for any claims arising as a result of participation in the Millions March, regardless of location.”

Informed Choice Washington quoting Health Freedom Idaho has stated: “We did check into things a bit more closely and simply decided, along with leaders in 31+ other registered state organizations, to decline organizing for the Millions March event at this time. Security concerns, messaging concerns relevant to each state’s needs, short time frame, high cost, detracting from the VIE DC event already being planned, bad timing and their handling of dealing with existing organizations were the main reasons discussed… we feel that caution is warranted.” (emphasis mine)

Millions March alternatives

In light of safety and security concerns, Oregonians for Medical Freedom Executive Director Charissa Hatten released the following statement: “Oregonians for Medical Freedom, along with many other registered state organizations is excited to focus on, support and participate in the National VIE Event in Washington DC this November.”


Obviously, I won’t be participating in the Millions March Against Mandatory Vaccines in any way, shape, or form. But I’ll still be working over the summer to advocate for our fundamental human rights to medical freedom and informed consent. I’ll be speaking and presenting at vaccine education seminars, working together with my local state medical freedom advocacy organization, and meeting with my state legislators over the summer to promote medical freedom and informed consent.

Of course, I recognize that we each need to make our own decisions in life. I pray that whatever decision you make is the best one for you, your family, and the medical freedom movement as a whole.

22 thoughts on “Why I will NOT be at the Millions March”

  1. Luke, thank you for looking into this further and providing your clarifying comments. Saves a lot of background research for many.

    1. Always feels good for sheep when a stranger thinks for them.
      Because using your own brain hurts worse than labor pains..some might even get cancer from it.

    2. 100% success 🤣 to bad everyone is so worried about being politically correct because we need everyone to stand together in this. I’m a father who has no background in any kind of protest or organizations just a hard working American who wants a voice and a choice in my children’s wellbeing and future and I am so grateful for mmamv for giving me and my family the platform and support for our voices to be heard

  2. You’re doing nothing but spreading hearsay and rumors. To call MMAMV controlled opposition is ludicrous. What they are is normal, ordinary citizens. How do you pick someone apart for their military service?? I served in the Army, does that make me shady as well, I also worked at a night shift worse and acquired a dark sense of humor does that raise red flags?? Seriously, wtf! No one complaining of anything has come out with actual proof of anything.

    1. He didn’t call MMAMV controlled opposition. His exact words are “Word on the street, is that some of the main organizers for the Millions March are organized controlled opposition.”

      That’s accurate. That’s the word on the street. People are suspicious of SOME OF THE MAIN ORGANIZERS.

      Nothing wrong with stating that.

  3. Luke Yamaguchi is an attention-seeking nobody with a blog that no one reads. He is piling on this feeding frenzy in the hopes of driving traffic to his name. Luke hopes to spin the attention you’re giving him into paying clients for his wellness consultant business– profiting by hurting real life people advocating for change. Just another ‘anti-vaxxer’ hoping to make a buck off the backs of parents of vaccine injured kids.

  4. Excellent piece, Luke. Thank you for voicing your concerns on the matter. Those of us that have been in this, know it’s important to follow our gut. There are some good eggs that want it to be a good thing, but unfortunately the bad by far outweighs the good.

  5. You are over the target! Heavy flak!

    It appears the national admins are more worried about responding to this article on Facebook versus planning their march. 😉 Kevin in particular. Wasn’t he a Captain?

    Toodles…

  6. What a garbage filled article. Camouflaging your divide and conquer strategy as being wary and using whimsical posts as “proof”. Pathetic.

  7. Luke – you uncovered what is so obviously a COINTEL operation. Thanks for having the courage to speak up when others don’t.

  8. Yours is an excellent, well-considered position and explanation. Thank you once again for your work and for your character.

  9. I can Agree with you. I was interested in participating at first, although as time went on I slowly noticed that many wanted to go far over board and I felt that they began to speak more aggressively, it felt less like a peace rally and more like a revolutionary riot. I do appreciate the movement and what it stands for, but I feel that some may completely turn the view of the movement with wrong actions. At the time that I was interested, I had braught that thought up and that anyone moving forward with that movement needs to remember to remain peaceful and I was viciously attacked for it. I think that you have done a very good job with your research and that your opinion is well thought out. It also sounds like you have done good research on alternative actions that can be made that are more impactful. I agree that vaccines are helpful, I feel that they come with risk and should continue to be researched on how we can improve them to hold less risk and more benefit. I myself have gone the route of trying to keep in touch with representatives and follow bills and give my opinion and votes.

    Thank you so much for your blog here, I think that it was well written. 🙂

  10. In a free country, people can say whatever they want. What I’m saying in my article, is that it is better to rally in favor of what you are FOR, rather than to protest what you are AGAINST.

  11. Not to mention the leader of the national organization who has a fake name profile. There are indications that “Ms. Sunshine” is a creeper from FreeRepublic.com. She actively resisted publicity for the event, claiming it was a safety issue, banning me when I made efforts to publicize the event.

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