The US vaccine program has gone seriously awry. How so? And what should we do about it? First, let’s step back more than 22 years to 1999 and hear what a concerned MD had to say.
Time may prove that vaccine programs went awry when they deviated from the most basic traditional medical ethics: the right of a patient to accept or reject a therapy, or the right of parents to accept or reject a medical procedure such as vaccines for their children.
Freedom of choice provides a system of checks and balances now lacking.
As a result, present vaccine programs are going to extremes and may be causing far more disease than they are preventing.
Parents should be allowed the right of free choice to accept or reject vaccines for their children, based on full disclosure of pros and cons.
Harold Buttram, MD, FAAEM. Mandatory Mass Childhood Immunizations: Placing a Generation of Children at Risk in The Autism Autoimmunity Project Newsletter vol. 1, number 1 (June 1999), p. 10
What’s the situation today?
That was more than 22 years ago. Today, the situation is much worse.
This is what annual increases in vaccine-injury look like since 1990 before the COVID vaccine: a steady rise.
Injury rates exploded by a factor of 10 after the COVID vaccine came into use:
Exploding vaccine injury rates only tells part of the story. The US vaccine program went awry more than 25 years ago, and today our freedoms have been stolen in the name of public health.
At first it was stay indoors for just 2 weeks to flatten the curve. Now it’s the COVID vaccine can’t work at all unless everybody takes it. And if everybody doesn’t take it, the “holdouts” (at least 25% of the population) will be forced.
What do we do now?
How do we go about getting our freedom back so that we can begin applying checks and balances against disastrously harmful public health policies?
“We know through painful experience that freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor, it must be demanded by the oppressed.”Martin Luther King, Letter From Birmingham Jail, April 16, 1963
If MLK were alive today, he would say, unequivocally: we must demand our freedom.
First, this might mean telling your employer NO, I will not take the experimental COVID vaccine. (Listen to RFK Jr talk about the seriousness of the situation now and what he is calling for. Start at 8:45 to hear the gist of this message.)
If they ask why you won’t take it, keep your response simple: “after careful consideration, I’ve chosen not to take it.”
Second, it might mean telling your school NO, my kids will not take the experimental COVID vaccine – and fighting for them to have full sports participation.
Others might demand to know: aren’t you worried about COVID? They might accuse you of putting others at risk! Keep your response simple: “after careful consideration, we’ve chosen that our family will not take it.”
If you are feeling alone, join us in the VaxCalc Forum, a vaccine-choice supportive community. Email email@example.com to receive an invite in less than one minute.
At VaxCalc, we are working to democratize vaccine decision-making. Eventually, this will lead to the crumbling of the mass vaccination system followed by the rise of selective, voluntary vaccination.
Selective, voluntary vaccination will be, by its very nature, much safer. (Here’s a small example of how and why this will work.)
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