A bill passed by the D.C. Council on October 20, 2020 would allow children as young as age 11 to obtain government-recommended vaccinations without their parents’ consent. Originally introduced under a measles narrative, this bill covers the new, experimental COVID vaccine.
The “Minor Consent for Vaccinations Amendment Act” passed with a 12-1 vote. The bill would need to be passed by the Council for a second time and then be signed by Mayor Muriel Bowser in order to become law. If it becomes law, this legislation would direct health care providers to seek reimbursement directly from insurers, and require doctors to submit an immunization record directly to the young patient’s school instead of a parent.
Do parents have the inherent right to direct the upbringing, education and care of their children? Some officials and doctors say no. They claim that vaccination rates need to remain high, even without scientific proof showing that a benefit outweighs the risks. Further, Bubble Indemnity means vaccine makers will not be held liable for the inevitable side effects of the COVID vaccine, and all vaccines.
There is also some precedent set for bypassing parental informed-consent in the schools.
What makes it possible to deliver vaccines to children through the public schools? One reason is that the School-located Vaccination (SLV) has a long history in the United States. In 1875, New York City schools delivered the small pox vaccine. In the 1950s, schools delivered the Salk polio vaccine. In the 1990s, schools conducted catch-up clinics for the Hep B vaccine. In 2009, schools injected the H1N1 vaccines. In 2012-13, an SLV project in rural Kentucky deployed the HPV vaccine, all to improve vaccination rates.
According to Goal #4 of the 2015-16 National Vaccine Plan, Health care providers must continue to improve access to and acceptance of vaccination providers in nontraditional healthcare settings. School-located vaccination (SLV) can augment other emerging alternative vaccination sites.
School nurses are trusted professionals within the school and community settings and can play a pivotal role in the success of SLV. They are ideally placed to identify students who have missed vaccines.
This narrative is repeated in studies published by the American Academy of Pediatrics, a group claiming to be dedicated to the health of all children. Their 2017 study suggests that “SLV is key for adolescents who have significantly lower rates of vaccination due to lower rates of office-based visits.”
Just because registered providers claim they can deploy “biologics” through a needle without parental permission, does not make it right. Just because the Nurses Association claims that “School nurses are well-versed in the importance of deterring and eradicating vaccine preventable diseases and the issues that are unique to their school community” does not qualify them to replace parents to decide what is best for each child.
The Journal of School Health (Shlay et al., 2015), writes:
The school is an ideal place to reach 52 million children from all cultures, socioeconomic groups, and age groups that attend each day; and the school is conveniently located in a familiar and trusted community environment. SLV also offers a convenient option for parents to have their children receive needed vaccinations without having to arrange for a healthcare provider visit or take off time from work.
The Healthy People 2020 Act plans for schools to “play a key role in the deterrence of vaccine preventable diseases” because high vaccination coverage is “an important public health objective.” SLV provides an important opportunity to immunize youth with limited access to healthcare services in the community at large. In advance of this Act, studies are evaluating whether state laws permit the implementation of standing orders programs (SOPs) to increase uptake of vaccines.
Pay attention to the language and question everything. First, there is no such thing as “vaccine preventable diseases” when vaccines can cause the diseases for which they claim to prevent, via viral shedding. See this breakdown.
Secondly, there is no such thing as “Public Health.” Public health is a term created by the Rockefeller Foundation in 1913. “Public health” is a trap. It does not exist outside of individuals who makes up the public. Likewise, Public Opinion, Public Safety, Public Body, and Public Perception are myths that political elites promote in order to manufacture consent to justify their right to power and to maintain the status quo. There is only individual opinion, individual safety, individual bodies, and individual perception.
The public school system is a planned conveyor belt for a Public Health agenda. If you understand the true definition of “public,” you can see how the language is used against the individual.
Before the vaccine was developed, the American Medical Association claimed that the measles are a benign childhood illness. Then, in 1967, the Public Health Service marketed the measles vaccine as a way to eradicate the measles virus through a mass vaccination campaign. Today, the AMA claims these mild diseases are highly contagious and result in “illness, disability and death.” In 2019, Germany’s health minister proposed fines for parents of school-age children.
Measles Shots Aren’t Just For Kids
The CDC claims that as measles cases rise, adults will need an MMR booster. The same CDC that says the killed measles vaccine available in 1963-1967 was not effective, now say:
“There’s no downside to getting a dose of measles vaccine,” says William Schaffner, a professor at Vanderbilt University and an infectious disease and vaccine expert. “If you’re [already] protected, it won’t help much, but it won’t harm you. And if you happen to be susceptible, it will give you over 90 percent protection.”
It is no coincidence that this narrative is growing louder to coincide with The Healthy People 2020 Act, which takes advice from an Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, to recommend 13 vaccinations for adults.
When individuals buy into a Public Health ideology, thinking stops. Suddenly, people begin to believe that benign childhood illnesses no longer exist and every infection, from flu to measles and chickenpox can kill. They believe that CDC-approved shots can be ineffective one year but “safe and effective” the next. Yet, according to VAERS data and reports by the Vaccine Court no deaths today result from the measles infection, while many deaths have been attributed to the MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine.
Ask yourself by what Authority do registered nurses, a school system, a Public Health Authority, or any group, claim power over parents, or you? Who certifies the certifier? If public schools only serve to indoctrinate, then it is time to go back to the Home School. Read 100 reasons to Home School Your Kids. Nearly two million US children are homeschooled, and the homeschooling population is increasingly reflective of America’s diversity, and the need for self-directed learning.
Choice Cannot Be Legislated
To consent to Public Health dictates is to give up individual (inherent) rights in exchange for Public Rights. Public rights do not exist. They are merely attempts to legislate choice. In Oklahoma, the people protected choice through amending an Act (Bill No. 2339), related to Schools, to read:
As provided in the Parents’ Bill of Rights, a student shall not be vaccinated at school or on school grounds or receive a vaccine as part of the mobile vaccination effort without prior written authorization, including the signature of the parent or legal guardian of the student for the vaccine or group of vaccines to be administered during a single visit.
When it comes to government overreach, the tool for individual re-empowerment is found in the Spirit of the Declaration of Independence:
That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government….to effect their Safety and Happiness.
The Spirit of the Law
The Spirit of these words reflect inherent rights in each individual. Why bring in Spirit? Because physical documents and words do not grant or deny rights. When you consent to Acts and laws, you consent to give up your freedoms, which emanate from Natural Law. You disempower yourself. Alternatively, you can choose not to give consent.
Choice is the power of the individual to say no. Choice means you can cease to participate is a system of coercion. Non-compliance is an option. You can ask, by what authority is your consciousness greater than mine? You can end the ruse of the Public Health authority.
Contact D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser to remind her of parental rights and her role in preserving your rights.