It’s an Uneven Playing Field—Follow the Money
The pharmaceutical industry has spent billions promoting vaccines, while simultaneously being supported by its captured regulatory agencies. These, in turn, add ever-increasing numbers of liability-free vaccines to the childhood schedule.
Many US states such as California, and countries like Australia, have recently mandated childhood vaccinations despite the lack of scientific safety evidence. These mandates violate the human right of informed consent set forth in the Nuremberg Code and Declaration of Helsinki, which explicitly forbid any medical procedure, treatment, or experiment undertaken without the fully-informed consent of the recipient.
How Might the Situation Change?
We cannot rely on officials to change policies that will make vaccine science transparent. They will continue to over-vaccinate children with inadequately tested vaccines (hundreds more are in development). Mandatory vaccine laws will continue to increase.
Compromised government authorities will likely never admit their error nor reverse these harmful policies. These regulators are backed into a corner because of the enormous financial, legal and ethical consequences of admitting their error.
Those who would give up essential Liberty to obtain a little
temporary Safety deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.
The solution is in Margaret Mead’s assertion, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”
The Uni-directionality of the Vaccine-Questioning Movement
Former vaccine-believers who discover the truth about vaccine research rarely return to believing that vaccines are a modern miracle. The existence of this one-way street reveals the true nature of the “debate.”
First they ignore you.
Then they ridicule you.
And then they attack you and want to burn you.
And then they build monuments to you.
—Nicholas Klein, clothing workers’ union leader, 1918
We’re now at the book burning stage (online censorship), so we’re actually pretty far along this continuum….
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