Powerful Lobby Group Calling For Mandatory Vaccinations In Canada

by Dave Mihalovic, Prevent Disease

At its annual meeting in Halifax, August 23-26 the 80,000 member group of the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) is intending to vote on a “mandatory vaccination” resolution requiring that all children registering for school or daycare show proof they are fully vaccinated.

Under the guidance of some of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, and in addition to calling for proof of vaccination, the CMA board is endorsing a multi-year plan to increase vaccination rates.

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The Strange Story of Dr. Bradstreet, SB277, the FDA and the Struggle Against Mandatory Vaccinations

by Scott Creighton

On June 19th, the Rutherford County sheriff’s office received a report from a fisherman who said he spotted a body floating in the Rocky Broad River in Chimney Rock, N.C.

The body was later identified as that of Dr. James Jeffrey Bradstreet of Braselton, Georgia.

The body displayed a single gunshot wound to the chest and divers later recovered a pistol from the river.

Officials immediately declared it “appears to be” a suicide but their investigation continues.

This information, reported by Fox Carolina, is just about the sum total of coverage Dr. Bradstreet’s death has received from the so-called “legitimate press”

Let me see if I got this right: a working doctor taking care of patients with autism, which his son also suffers from, decides to kill himself so he travels a hundred miles to some obscure little river in North Carolina where he somehow manages to shoot himself in the chest in a deep enough part of the river that it requires divers to locate the gun that drops out of his hand when he pulls the trigger. Did he swim out there and shoot himself? Was he in a canoe which disappeared after the fact? Did he wade out in the river and shoot himself and linger long enough to toss the weapon out in the deep water as he slumped to his death?

Does anyone think any of those possibilities wouldn’t be laughed out of court were the local sheriff’s office to present them as the official story of what happened to Dr. Bradstreet?

Or, does it make more sense that someone killed him and transported his body and the murder weapon to some lazy backwoods river a hundred miles away where a search for the missing doctor would never reach and then dumped his body and the murder weapon in such a shoddy way that it resurfaced and was found by some fisherman?

I guess a little more information on Dr. Bradstreet is required at this point. If someone is going to suggest a murder and subsequent cover-up, then one must first examine the potential presence of motive and in this case, the motive might very well be a big one.

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CA SB277 on vaccines moves toward disastrous passage

by Jon Rappoport

California Senate Bill 277 has passed through the Judiciary Committee, and needs another Committee’s rubber stamp before it arrives on the Senate floor for debate—and what looks like a ride into law.

Governor Brown will sign the Bill. Brown has become a standard fool. He’s worn out. Whatever interesting ideas he may have entertained in his former “moonbeam” incarnation are gone in the wind.

Bill SB277 eliminates the personal belief and religious exemptions from vaccination. It also states that children cannot attend public or private school unless they are vaccinated according to the State’s schedule.

Medical exemptions are still allowed, but these won’t be easy to come by, because physicians who grant them will be scrutinized and harassed.

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Elmo Faces a Hard Truth – He’s Nothing but a Sell-Out

(from a Facebook page. Read my article about the Elmo propaganda here)

It’s moments like these that drive Muppets to using hard drugs. I bet he’ll end up on Skid Row on Sesame Street, living in a garbage can next to the Oscar the Grouch trying to pimp out Grundgetta  for his next fix.

SB277 is Up for a Vote Tomorrow – It’s a Bad Bill for California and Bad Medicine for Us All

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: Joshua Krause at Global Research brings another aspect of this debate to light when he argues that there is certainly a question of class that comes up. Under the bill as it is written, parents could still get a medical exemption that prohibits their kids from getting the shots. Wealthy parents would be able to pay off doctors for notes stating their kids fall under that category. He also states those parents of means could easily pay for private tutors or send kids out of state to private boarding schools. None of those options exist for poor, working class families. He also pointed out the fact that the highest level of unvaccinated kids seems to be in the more affluent and educated areas.

On that note, there’s plenty of evidence to suggest that the elites don’t vaccinate their children at the same rate as the middle class. Jon Rappoport pointed out last month that in New Mexico, the Los Alamos school district has the highest rate of vaccine exemptions in the state. In all likelihood, these are the children of parents who work for the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Krause


SB 277 Mandated Vaccinations denying education is discrimination

Huge numbers of concerned parents turned out last week on the 15th at the California Senate Education Committee in order to voice their opposition to a bill, SB277, which would remove the right of Californian parents to opt-out of the vaccination program for their kids if they wish for them to attend either public or private schools anywhere in the state.

The constitution of California stipulates education is a right guaranteed to all children which has been upheld time and time again “ safeguarding students against discrimination and inequality in the classroom

Concerned parents waited in long lines stretching from the podium in the conference room all the way out the door, through the hallways and outside the building. They were there to say they opposed the passage of the bill and the elimination of a parent’s right to choose what someone injects into their children. Some were even parents of vaccinated kids who also just happened to oppose the state taking away another’s right to decide what is best for their children.

Two lawmakers, Senator Richard Pan (916) 651-4006 and Senator Ben Allen (916) 651-4026, crafted the bill after Richard Pan received a considerable amount of campaign contributions from vaccine manufacturers like GlaxoSmithKline, Merck and Eli Lily.

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Robert F. Kennedy JR NO ON SB277 speech Sacramento at The Capitol on April 8, 2015

by Scott Creighton

A bit of good news: just goes to show, there is a reason to raise a ruckus. Sometimes it works.

This past Wednesday SB277 stalled briefly in the California Senate Education Committee. The bill would force parents to have their children vaccinated in order to attend public schools, essentially taking their personal choice out of the equation.

The bill stalled in the Education Committee because opponents of the legislation rightly claimed it would deny certain children of their right to an education.

Seems like the members of the committee have decided to latch onto this issue as a reason to pull their support. They simply don’t have the 5 votes in the committee to pass the bill onto the Judiciary Committee and then to the assembly for a vote.

The video below provides an excellent argument against forced vaccinations and sheds a great deal of light into the corrupted system that serves the interest of Big Pharma at the expense of the children it is supposed to protect.

This fight is far from over though. I’m sure somebody somewhere is coming up with a “separate but unequal” option where they will offer parents an alternative choice: if you don’t vaccinate, your kids will go to a special school, apart from vaccinated kids, where they will receive a bare bones, stripped down education. Separate but unequal.

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Creepy Surgeon General Vivek Murthy Uses “Molest Me Elmo” to Push Vaccines on TODDLERS

by Scott Creighton

This PSA gets a 9.5 on the Creepy Meter.

In a “What the F@ck Were They Thinking” video, a very creepy sounding Surgeon General Vivek Murthy did a PSA with the “Elmo” Muppet in order to tell kids to go out and get their vaccines.

All you’ll feel is a little pinch. And it’s perfectly safe” Vivek Murthy

1. It’s not a little pinch, it hurts and 2. it is NOT perfectly safe. 3. Elmo is a pedoMuppet. Go f@ck yourself Vivek Murthy.

The “Elmo” character is one of a couple from Sesame Street that is directly aimed at toddlers. Toddlers range from one to three years old and “[t]he toddler years are a time of great cognitive, emotional and social development.”

Yep, that’s right. As creepy as this is, it’s even worse that they are targeting toddlers with their propaganda.

F@cking toddlers. Are you shitting me?

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