To my beloved brothers and sisters in the Golden State I have a message: You have succeeded in raising a mighty army! I salute you!
Like our own American Revolution, before it happens victory seems impossible, but when the future looks back on these events, the outcome will appear inevitable. I am speaking of the effort to repeal SB 277, which would take away a parent's sacred right to alter the vaccine schedule based on philosophical or religious grounds, a right enshrined in both our Constitution and the Nuremberg Code passed in the wake of World War II to ensure that if fascism ever raised its evil head again the civilized nations of the world would fight the threat in all its various disguises.
SB 277 is an abomination, taking away a parent's right to choose what medicines, toxins, animal products, and aborted fetal human tissue may be injected into their children's bloodstream in a misguided attempt to ensure health. Yes, it does sound dramatic when I say it like that, but I challenge anybody to show where I am mistaken. If you surrender that right and your child's health to the state, what else is left? The last vestige of freedom will have been extinguished.
And that is why the battle to repeal SB 277, led by former Assemblyman, Tim Donnelly, has been so inspiring. As a student of the American Revolution, I am aware of how there were repeated insults by the British crown to the American Colonies, and for so long the citizenry failed to respond. Revolution does not come easily to a people. I have wondered for several years what it would take to awaken our country to this danger, and have watched in sorrow as many worthy efforts have failed.
When Tim Donnelly announced on Saturday, August 30, 2015 that he wanted to raise $100,000 by Tuesday, September 8, 2015 to hire a petition company to assist in getting signatures, I wondered whether he would be able to meet his goal. That line was crossed two days early, on Sunday afternoon, September 6, 2015, with more than twelve hundred and fifty people contributing to the cause. I am aware that there are more goals in the days to come, but this is an amazing milestone. We also have more than four thousand volunteers who are assisting in this effort. The Golden State is showing its teeth!
I have a message for pharma, although I don't think they will listen. As an attorney, I've been trained to consider the strength of my side, as well as that of the opposition. It seems to me that pharma has two choices.
The first choice will end the immediate problem, and you can probably exists for a few more years, hurting many children in the process. You must immediately end all attempts to take away philosophical and religious exemptions in the states they currently exist. That's it. STOP NOW! You probably don't realize it, but our side wasn't really winning before you started trying to take away philosophical and religious exemptions. Your actions have created an insurgent movement which will not go away. Our ranks will only grow.
The second will ensure your destruction within a short period of time, and is the path I believe your breathtaking arrogance will lead you. Continue your efforts to take away philosophical and religious exemptions. We will continue to fight, and as you have seen with the money and volunteers we have raised, we are not going away.
We fight for the future. You are mercenaries working for fascist corporations who want to take away a parent's most sacred rights. We welcome the battle!
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Kent Heckenlively is a Founding Contributing Editor to Age of Autism and co-author with Dr. Judy Mikovits of Plague: One Scientist's Intrepid Search for the Truth about Human Retroviruses and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Autism, and Other Diseases. Visit his website at Plague The Book. You can order the book HERE.