Are parents merely "advised," or are they actually "required," to get their infants an ever-increasing barrage of marginally efficacious vaccinations — even if they have no intention of ever allowing them to be interned in the government youth propaganda camps?
Jacqueline Bishop of Los Angeles thought she had a choice — till her baby twins were taken away for being unvaccinated, whereupon little Kameron Justin Demery, aged two-and-a-half, was murdered in foster care.
Guess he sure won’t come down with a case of whooping cough, now!
What’s that? All these vaccines ARE better than 95 percent efficacious? SO: when diseases against which kids are now commonly vaccinated DO break out, do most victims turn out to be vaccinated, or un-vaccinated?
See http://www.naturalnews.com/028142_mumps_vaccines.html . For starters.
Do the symptoms of autism closely parallel the symptoms of mercury poisoning? Have autism rates skyrocketed during the same decades when the total number of shots "recommended" for American infants has multiplied many times over? Does even the FDA admit Thimerosal is 47 percent mercury by weight and that it has NOT been banned or completely removed from American vaccines?
(See: http://tinyurl.com/mqyfkd .)
Despite the fact the government changed the rules in 1995 in order to make it almost impossible to prove injuries were vaccine-caused, since which changes the government has conceded just one claim in seven and only about 35 percent of petitioners have received compensation, doesn’t the fact remain that the federal Vaccination Injury Compensation Program — sponsored by the sainted Sen. Ted Kennedy — has paid out more than a billion dollars in damages to more than 10,000 children injured (some profoundly) by vaccines? Is that an "Internet rumor"?
Did Robert W. Block, former chairman of the federal advisory panel on childhood vaccines, tell the Los Angeles Times in 2004 that because of genetic differences, some people are harmed by vaccines "that almost everybody else responds to just fine"?
Is that an "Internet rumor"?
Yet Jeff Diamond, spokesman for the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, now says "We have some of the most brilliant scientists in the world trying to knock these diseases out, and our best efforts are undermined by cynicism and Internet rumor."
It’s a bitch when the serfs, who are just supposed to follow orders, start doing their own research and pointing out the emperror has no clothes. Ain’t it?
How are young moms treated when they start reading the labels and asking a few questions about this stuff?