Friday, July 17, 2009

Maryland forces children to be Vaccinated 11/07

Do you think Forced Vaccinations would ever happen in America? Surely not. This is the Good Ole USA..home of the brave..the free? Right? Surely, children would never be forced to take a shot that their parents did not approve of...Well...It happened in the State of Maryland:

"Following the State of Maryland's threats against parents who refuse to have their children vaccinated, children were herded into a Price George County courthouse being guarded by armed personnel with attack dogs. Inside, the children were forcibly vaccinated, many against their will, under orders from the State Attorney General, various State Judges and the local School Board Director, all of whom illegally conspired to threaten parents with imprisonment if they did not submit their children to vaccinations."

Ron Paul's thoughts on Vaccines:

MD's speak out against forced vaccination:

"The American Association of Physicians and Surgeons liken this incident to cattle herding and states that forcing a parent to have their child immunized completely negates informed consent and parental rights. Furthermore, the association feels that the act is reckless and puts children in danger because medical records should be taken into account as well as careful screening of each child should occur. It was also noted that the high number of vaccinations given at one time could also be dangerous. The association then stated that it would do everything possible in order to support those parents who do not wish to have their child immunized."

So who should the American people trust? The Fed. Govt. who forces our children to be vaccinated and threatens parents with jail time or Doctors and Surgeons who are Medical Professionals who understand and practice the science of medicine daily?

Below, is a link to a current article on forced vaccination referencing the Maryland incident...

In case your is the article referencing the nurse making rounds with the robot doctor...Just looks weird to me...

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