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Call for vaccine opt-out penalty

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posted on May, 10 2008 @ 10:50 PM
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Call for vaccine opt-out penalty


news.bbc.co.uk

Tough sanctions are being proposed for parents who refuse routine vaccinations, such as MMR.

In an article for the Fabian Society, leading public health expert Sir Sandy Macara called for child benefit to be linked with vaccination uptake.

And Labour MP Mary Creagh said children should have to prove they are vaccinated before they start school to improve uptake of MMR.
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posted on May, 10 2008 @ 10:50 PM
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Well, now they are starting to make it law that you must get vaccinated...big money corporations pressuring corrupt government officials to make more money...

And I like the wording in this line...

immunisation rates are still well below the 95% needed for herd immunity and are particularly low in London.


We, the herd, have a right to decide what's best for ourselves and our children. We, the herd, are not sheep nor cows nor blinkered horses and will not be led around as such.


As a result there have been several outbreaks of measles.

I expect there are several outbreaks of measles every year...there was when I was a child...chicken pox and mumps too.. vaccines didn't seem to work then and I don't think they would have improved much.

Sir Sandy Macara, ex-chairman of the British Medical Association, is nothing but a fear monger and propoganda specialist for those whom he serves and whose interests he holds close. Spewing his filthy words will not stop the reality that vaccines are currently voluntary. Tying them into child benefit allowance is a threat of financial bullying that is an absolute corrupt idea.

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