Monday, March 17, 2014

Colorado Debating Bill to Force Vaccine Propaganda on Parents Seeking Personal Exemption

Melissa Melton
Activist Post

A bill currently being debated in Colorado would force parents who attempt to opt out by seeking a personal exemption from getting their kids vaccinated, “to watch a video that discusses the benefits and risks of immunization to the student,” according to ABC 7News Denver.

Not everyone thinks subjecting people to government propaganda just so they are allowed to make their own decisions about what’s injected into their children is a good idea:
Susan Lawson testified against the bill, recalling how her daughter suffered brain injuries seven years ago after taking a vaccine to prevent measles, mumps and rubella when she was one year old.
“It’s about choice and it’s about not pressuring and using coercion to get parents to do what the government wants them to do, which is to vaccinate,” Lawson told 7NEWS.
Many parents are wary of shooting a cocktail into their children that contains a wide range of ingredients including antibiotics, formaldehyde, monosodium glutamate (MSG), bovine fetal tissue, polysorbate and heavy metals like aluminum and the mercury-containing preservative thimerosal — all for a disease the child might not even contract.