Huge Rally: Vaccination Choice/Parental Consent

A huge rally is this Wednesday, May 26 and is supported by about 75 national organizations with a powerful, rapid-fire speaker line-up like never assembled before. The Rally is on Vaccination Choice with proper and informed parental consent. The location is Grant Park in downtown Chicago– where the current President had his massive inaugural address.

The Rally is all about freedom– freedom of health choice– with the proper education (informed consent) of the short term and long term risks of the “required” vaccination operation. The agenda is loaded with the dangers of vaccination and autism and other neurological disorders and health problems arising or worsening after the shots.

Satellite rallies are forming in other cities: New York City, Edison NJ, Seattle. Flyers on all of these are at AmericanPersonalRights.org.

Here is the message from the organizers of the Rally for American Personal Rights:

We believe in the rights to life, liberty, and personal security for ourselves and our children.

We demand the universal human rights standard of informed consent for all medical interventions. Compulsory vaccination cannot be legally and morally justified.

We affirm the sanctity of personal space, the right to be left alone, and the freedom to make personal health care decisions guided by the professionals of our choosing.

We invite all people, families and organizations committed to protecting these fundamental rights to stand with us in downtown Chicago on May 26, 2010 at our inaugural rally, and to work with us after the event to support grassroots advocacy, education, and leadership in defense of our personal – individual, parental, legal, moral, religious, civil, and human – rights.

A story in the Age of Autism gives the link to the Agenda (plus a couple of videos) on this historic, inaugural rally– which I am hopeful will span out into regionals and a bigger national one next year. Come if you can– there are buses of folks to be transported from outlying areas and from O’Hare airport

Forced, mass vaccination has been a public health policy for decades in the U.S. No, this does not mean a nurse accompanied by a SWAT team will storm your house, pin you and your children to the floor, and inject you with six doses of toxic compounds, mutated viruses and bacteria, and DNA from animals. The procedure is much more creative than this. (In my opinion, it amounts to be the ultimate psychological hoax master-minded for over decades. References? See my vaccination series at no-vax.com )

Just one example of intentional misguidance (which borders on being criminal) is calling mercury “thimerasol” in the educational leaflets and inserts that may be provided right before vaccination. Can  you imagine the public outcry if they changed that word to mercury?

The autism/vaccination choice movement is a passionate one– and it is huge– much bigger than the real food movement– when you factor in the passionate component. And, it is one for which I will be partaking in a bigger way in the coming months.

Fortunately, today some 30-40% of parents either refuse childhood vaccines or ask for a reduced and lengthened schedule. This upsets the pediatricians (as much of 80% of their income is derives from shots) so much some of them refuse to treat toddlers and infants of parents who refuse them. It also infuriates the public health government/corporate partnership– who call the epidemic of “uneducated” parents of the unvaccinated, one of the top public health threat and crises facing the nation today. (They would not want another bird flu, mad cow or swine flu sweeping another plague across the world. Or would they?) 

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For research with 900 references on the safety, effectiveness and necessity of vaccinations, see Neil Z. Miller at http://vacbook.com/vsm.htm (This will be carried by the Journal’s iShop coming soon.)

7 responses to “Huge Rally: Vaccination Choice/Parental Consent

  1. I sure wish I could go. It’s heartening to see so many Americans standing up for their rights to make their own health care choices. Maybe we’re finally waking up.

    • It may just be unstoppable Joanne. One would think you would have the right to Just Say No– without all the persecution and discrimination. This is also a religious rights cause– not just freedom of choice. The mass forced medication without consent is also executed with the fluoridation of public water supplies– there will be more on this later. By the way, you have a great blog!

  2. Thanks! I’m glad you like my blog.

    Far too many things are forced on us. I resent paying taxes to subsidize the grain industry. And I think the FDA has no business closing down church bake sales.

    I went to the VA hospital for blood work this past week. The nurse asked a bunch of questions, mostly just to fill in her computer screen. I had wanted to get antibody tests done for thyroid, but she refused because my TSH and FT4 levels were within range.

    But she wanted me to get a mammogram, pap smear, colonoscopy, tetanus and flu shots. All these so-called “preventive” measures. Yet she turned a deaf ear to my list of symptoms that were clearly thyroid in nature. Including high cholesterol, which is indicative of hypothyroid. No, no thyroid tests, but I could get statins.

    Meanwhile, there were kiosks all over claiming they were cracking down on MRSA, and yet I asked five people what their infectious rate was, and nobody knew.

    Idiots!

  3. It’s great to see people deciding for themselves about vaccinations, despite all the public money spent on vax campaigns & the constant brow beating we’re subjected to!

    The days are gone when you could trust public info–(I doubt you ever really could.)

  4. How funny! I found your blog about a week ago for ‘nourishing traditions’ food, and today its on the Tex ARM facebook page that I “like”!

    Its all so connected.

    I have heard from a few people that they didnt get vacc. for their kids. I havent read up on it – so I dont know much….where could I find out more?

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