In the United States of America we have laws prohibiting experimentation on children which is exactly what is happening with the school immunization program, and California's SB277 mandate signed into law by Gov. Brown on July 2, 2015. SB277 legislation that eliminated California's religious exemption last week violates due process and equal protection, and will eventually be struck down because the vaccine mandates unquestionably conflict with the rights of Americans to refuse unwanted medical treatment. Americans have a guaranteed right to refuse human experimentation of this kind and history has shown that denying these basic fundamental human rights protected by the Bill of Rights, invariably leads to atrocities, illness and social decline.
It's Big Pharma profits behind the trend to pass laws restricting a parent's right to refuse potentially harmful vaccines for their children. Pharmaceutical companies subcontract the production of the billions of doses of vaccines distributed in the United States to the lowest bidders mostly laboratories in China and elsewhere in other secret, non-disclosed locations. These overseas laboratories are regularly fined, filthy and poorly regulated, but can cheaply manufacture an unlimited supply of vaccines that are headed straight for children coast to coast this school year, and the pharmaceutical corporations do so without liability for any mistakes or design defects under current federal law.
Presently on petition for writ of certiorari to the Supreme Court of the United States is an important case about a little girl named Mary from Staten Island, New York, that could if reviewed by the Supreme Court very easily settle the vaccine controversy, and put an end to oppressive state vaccination mandates once and for all. Phillips vs. City of New York, raises a direct challenge to the necessity of state immunization programs, and the constitutionality of legislative mandates like California's newly enacted SB277. Petitioners' evidence shows that vaccines have not been effective in controlling the spread childhood illnesses, and manipulating disease without a liability for profit is a medically unsound and dangerous practice. The families represented in the Phillips case hold sincere religious beliefs contrary to the practice of vaccinating based on Christian teachings protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. The Petitioners are asking the Supreme Court for a ruling on their rights to refuse the dozens of unnecessary vaccines their children are forced to drink, inject and inhale in order to attend public school.
Notably, New York City has one of the most bloated vaccination schedules in the world that now includes a requirement for all toddlers to receive a flu vaccine in order to attend pre-school. CDC recommends children in the United States receive an estimated 69 doses of vaccines in an assortment of cocktails, mists and injections before age 15, and the link between vaccines and irreversible brain injury has not been debunked by research a common misperception held by many in support of the mandates. To the contrary, these injuries have been conceded multiple times by the Secretary of Health and Human Services and compensated by the Special Master's in the Court of Federal Claims. Since 1986, the Vaccine Court has awarded nearly $3.2 billion in damage awards for serious vaccine injuries, including autism cases, and some of the other horrible and unintended consequences children suffer as a result of the state's mandated vaccine "program" including death cases.
The most logical cause for the measles rash at Magic Kingdom prompting California's SB277 legislation was a bad batch of the MMR vaccine that made its way to California from China, and not caused by parents who are refusing the mandates for medical and religious reasons and now threatened with losing that right. More important, no one really knows where the vaccines come from and what's in them, making the controversial MMR vaccine the likely vector at Disney, and not the mysterious, unvaccinated foreigner health officials claimed allegedly visited the theme park last fall without first getting his shots.
Patricia Finn, Esq., Vaccine Exemption and Injury Attorney;
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