Mandated Adult Immunizations Passed Senate Health Committee in California
“Cradle to Grave” has been the recent mantra of the vaccine industrial complex. Here in Oregon, we were able to kill Senate Bill 442, which would mandate vaccines as a requirement for day care and school and remove personal, philosophical, and religious exemptions. In our research, we stumbled on this concept that they are about to target adults for mandated vaccination.
In California, SB-792 will mandate day care and even family. Day care home workers must be completely immunized by the CDC (Center for Disease Control) ACIP (Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices) with the exception of vaccination for human papillomavirus (HPV). This would go into effect in September 2016.
As if it isn’t hard enough to find good day care. We are now removing informed consent and starting the first forced adult vaccine program in the country. This is a dangerous precedent. It may not be long before adults will be required to get vaccines to receive any government pay outs or assistance. Imagine having your Medicare or social security check withheld unless you get all the vaccines on the schedule.
It is a sad day for America.
Citizens, wake up. Vaccines are not evil but need to be selectively used when appropriate with careful consideration between patient and doctor. It would be like mandating you take all antibiotics, including some very dangerous ones just in case, and regardless of your personal risk factors and vulnerabilities to side effects. I know that’s not a perfect analogy but we must realize that giving a vaccine is a medical intervention that carries risks. Those risks cannot be left for the government to determine if/when they are worth taking. We cannot give up our rights to decide what medical procedures are done to us, and none of them should ever be by government mandate.
I am also getting increasingly worried that a few individuals sitting on the ACIP are being given this much control of what will be done to the entire population. When and why would we ever give that much power to such a few people who clearly from their track record have conflicts of interest and frequent big pharma connections?
Please read more about California Senate Bill 792 here…