Since MSIDS (multi systemic infectious disease syndrome) patients are all immunocompromised, we should take note that California recently made vaccinations mandatory for schoolchildren with the passage of Senate Bill 277. Many would like to see this in every state.
Activist, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. arrived for the film on the dangers of vaccines, “Trace Amounts,” at Sacramento’s Crest Theatre, and stated, “They get the shot, that night they have a fever of 103, they go to sleep, and three months later their brain is gone. This is a holocaust, what this is doing to our country.”
The only way out of vaccinations in California now is to homeschool.
This, and other recent legislation, should make us pause and reflect on what the government’s role should be in our lives. Do you feel they or you are equipped to make informed decisions on your health and life? With sweeping legislation across the board now happening in every facet of our country, I feel it’s important to study history. Many do not think through the law of unintended consequences, which is, when a law is passed supporting one group or idea, there will always be another group or idea that now suffers. It appears that the check and balance system is gone. It appears that a handful of people in power are making all the decisions, even when it goes against public opinion.
To MSIDS sufferers, this is nothing new.
The passage of 277 should frighten all of us. How many of those children have MSIDS, autism, cancer, or other chronic illnesses and are now required by law to get vaccine after vaccine when they are already very ill?
On a more positive note, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) voted to give the recently FDA approved Meningococcal B vaccines a Category B recommendation. Since the disease in the U.S. is rare, half occurs in infants too young to receive the vaccine, and research shows 20 to 40 percent of Americans asymptomatically have meningococcal organisms in their nose and throats giving them innate immunity throughout life, they have ruled that Universal recommendation is expensive and not justified. This is an important ruling and you should send this information to the colleges, daycares, and schools your children attend. This is one that is touted as “mandatory,” and we are given all sorts of information on how incoming Freshmen are hit with this disease based on four studies which even the CDC states,
“The low response rate and the inability of the study to control for other risk factors (e.g., freshman status) make these results difficult to interpret.” http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/rr4907a2.htm
Since the passing of the Affordable Health Care Act, more commonly known as Obamacare, there will be more and more things that threaten rights and freedoms. It is also a perfect example of the law of unintended consequences, because while now a student or homeless person can get free or extremely low monthly payments for health care, a middle class family of 5 making from $50,000-80,000 a year has to pay $1,600 per month on health care. That isn’t affordable, particularly when a MSIDS patient still has out of pocket expenses on top of that. So one group has now disenfranchised another group.
California ends vaccine exemptions on grounds of belief – will other states follow? My prediction – yes.
Barbara Loe Fischer, head of the National Vaccine Information Center states it plainly,
“This is a very dangerous precedent to set, and I think people aren’t looking at the bigger picture,” Ms. Fisher said. “And I think it’s important to look at the bigger picture. This is not a good precedent to set, because it’s a slippery slope. Freedoms are taken away incrementally.” Washington Times, July 2, 2015.