Today the case for mandatory vaccination is even stronger. And the government's highest calling is to protect society — a calling even higher than protecting individuals. We violate the freedom of individuals by drafting them into combat, risking their lives — suspending, in effect, their right to life and liberty, to say nothing of the pursuit of happiness — in the name of the nation.Vaccination is the conscription of civilians in the war against bioterrorism. the odds of inflicting injury or death by vaccination on my perfectly healthy child.A recent push by the medical and government establishment in America to make vaccines mandatory may go into effect after a pandemic in which martial military law will be called and personal freedoms like the right to refuse a vaccine will be denied.The eradication of smallpox was one of humanity's great success stories.The controversial trials of experimental AIDS vaccines that led to the loss of innocent lives have already been ignored by mainstream scientists and reporters.Even the scientists responsible for the deaths covered up the situation, failing to report the fatalities of their trials in order to prevent the public from finding out.
That is to say that if your child is harmed from a vaccine, the vaccine manufacturers are not financially or morally responsible.
After thousands of years of suffering at the hands of the virus, the human race gathered all its wit and cunning and conquered the scourge, eradicating it forever. It does not bode well for the future of our species that it took but a blink of the eye for one of history's worst killers to make a comeback — not on its own, mind you, but brought back by humans to kill again.
During the age of innocence — the '90s, during which it seemed history had ended — the big debate was whether the two remaining known stocks of smallpox in the world, one in Russia and the other in the U. It seemed like a wonderful idea, except that no one could be absolutely sure that some smallpox stores had not fallen into other hands.
A paper published by the American Medical Association’s Virtual Mentor wants to do just that.
It seems that the amount of current participants in current experimental vaccine trials is a bit too low, so why not create a federal law forcing each person to need to “opt-out” of experimental vaccine trials in an attempt to better society?