When the average consumer is exposed to a service or product that is guaranteed to benefit them without any financial cost, is it typically necessary to FORCE them to use it?
Why then is it necessary to mandate by law a vaccine policy to FORCE every child to receive up to 72 vaccinations between the ages of 0-18?
If we agree that SAFE services and SAFE products guaranteed to “save lives” (without significant out of pocket costs) are services and products we would WELCOME, why would our doctor recommended vaccine program require a legal ordinance to gain compliance?
If vaccines in the United States were cheap, SAFE and simply saved lives, why would the average person resist them?
If I offered a vaccine that was SAFE and prevented a majority of ALL CANCERS, and presented my proof in a convincing manner, do you think the government would have to mandate laws to get the general population to comply?
FREE, SAFE products and services that SAVE LIVES which are viewed by the general population as BENEFICIAL do not require legal mandates. In fact, it is likely the demand for such products or services would exceed the supply available.
When the product or service, however, has been mass marketed without successfully convincing the consumer that EVERYONE must use it, the message is either not believable or the consumer is not smart enough to understand it.
Who authorized our government to intervene on behalf of the medical industry when they were unable to convince the masses that children’s lives were in danger without receiving EVERY vaccine on the current schedule?
It wasn’t the parents of the children. It wasn’t the schools. It wasn’t the religious organizations.
If the people directly affected by these vaccines weren’t the same people mandating government intervention, why did our legislative body assume this responsibility?
What future mandates will they begin imposing on us if we accept their right to decide what substances can be legally injected into our children’s bodied WITHOUT OUR SAY?
As parents, when did we decide the government was honest enough and more capable of making important health care decisions for our children than US!