(NaturalHealth365) Updated: (Nov. 1, 2016) Alerted by one of our readers, the petition referenced in this article has been ‘quietly’ removed. This is what we’re up against. Stay tuned for more vaccine-related news.
The clock is ticking on a petition to prevent the government from forcing all U.S. citizens to receive mandated inoculations. The petition comes after a media storm following a recent measles outbreak at Disneyland in California put parents under fire for not vaccinating their children.
The petition, which can be accessed and signed at the official Whitehouse.gov site has only until March 6 to reach the necessary threshold of 100,000 signatures that triggers a response from the White House. Adding your signature was designed to tell the government that you are opposed to forced medical treatments.
Personal vaccine exemptions are now in jeopardy
The measles outbreak ignited a fear campaign, with some calling for anti-vaccination parents and outspoken healthcare professionals to be jailed. Despite the many personal and moral objections parents may have against inoculating their children, lawmakers in several states began drafting legislation to do away with personal vaccine exemptions, despite religious or moral concerns. You think this has anything to do with politicians getting their funds from the pharmaceutical industry?
Yet, there has been very little coverage of a report in the Los Angeles Times pointing out that five of the nine people affected by the so-called “Mickey Mouse measles” outbreak had actually been vaccinated against the measles. As surprising as this may sound, hospitals already admit that vaccinated people are a threat to immune-compromised individuals.
Petition calls for ‘protection against forced vaccination’
The petition, entitled, “Prohibit Any Laws Mandating the Force and Requirement of Vaccinations of Any Kind,” first popped up on the “We the People” area of the official government website in early February and had garnered over 50,000 signatures as the month was drawing near a close. But, in order to prevent its success – we now see that the petition numbers don’t go up – no matter how many people sign it.
The petition states, “No human being should be FORCED to be vaccinated against their will and/or personal/religious beliefs. I petition against making vaccinations of any kind mandatory. This includes forcing children to be vaccinated to attend public schools, activities, and daycare centers. This also includes adults working in the public or private sector.”
If the petition does not attract at least 100,000 signatures by March 6, which is approximately 30 days after it was created, it will not reach the threshold number of signatures required for further action. When you sign this petition – you’ll probably get an email with ‘confirms’ acceptance of your signature – but, in reality, your signature does NOT count. The petition numbers remain frozen.
If this sounds like some kind of ‘government conspiracy’ – you’d be right. The only logical reason why this petition does not count your signature would be to benefit vaccine manufacturers. If this was truly a ‘computer glitch’ – then the government ought to admit there’s a technical issue; fix the problem and allow more time for signatures to be collected.
Real vaccine dangers are being swept under the rug
In addition to vaccinated people being affected by the measles outbreak, it’s been reported recently that two people in Washington state came down with the mumps after receiving the mumps-measles-rubella (MMR) vaccine.
Even while government health officials have maintained a pro-vaccination stance, the risks from vaccine reactions have been well documented, and range from relatively minor reactions like low-grade fevers to life-threatening symptoms – even death. In fact, the package insert for the MMR vaccine includes a list of potential adverse reactions – including brain inflammation and death.
Meanwhile, the federal Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) typically handles 20,000 reports related to vaccine damage each year. Since its inception in 1988, the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program has also awarded over $3 billion to families affected by adverse vaccination reactions, despite it becoming increasingly difficult to be awarded compensation. Of course, government health agencies would still have the uneducated public believe that all vaccines are ‘safe and effective’.
In addition to raising concerns over the safety and effectiveness of vaccines, other citizens are opting to sign the petition because they simply believe government has no place medicating its citizens against their will. Such tactics, they point out, are a slippery slope.
Think about it, if the government can force people to get vaccines – what’s next? This is medical tyranny at its worse.