'Have you ever questioned why today’s children are receiving over 75 doses of vaccine, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)? The CDC, owning several vaccine patents, is the vaccine industry enforcement arm and policy guide for pedestrians and hospitals in the U.S. The CDC’s “childhood immunization schedule” is so intense, pediatricians are now pushing shots for unborn babies still living inside their mothers. Forty-nine or more doses of vaccine are strongly recommended before a child reaches kindergarten age. State legislatures rapidly introduce new bills that try to restrict a parent’s rights when it comes to making medical decisions for their children. Every state has in place a legal framework that forces parents to either obtain a written medical, religious or philosophical exemption to vaccination in order for children to attend public learning institutions.
Medical choice and informed consent was once an inherent right of parents; now parents must seek permission from the state to make medical decisions for their children. Many states now require parents to be “educated” on vaccines before they can get permission to forgo vaccinations. Some states are doing away with “religious” or “philosophical” exemptions altogether. Pediatricians, directors, nurses and hospital staff are required to enforce the vaccine schedule or risk losing their state-issued medical licenses. U.S. “immunization” policy is not about what’s best for the individual child. It’s about mandates — controlling laws that protect a revenue stream for pharmaceutical companies.'
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