Informed Dissent Movement

Because of the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act and subsequent legislation, we are in a dangerous “regulatory” vacuum in which public health officials and health care providers are made to feel responsible for every case of a vaccine-targeted infection but nobody is responsible for vaccine injury. Humans do not behave well in the absence of responsibility or liability. As a result, a multi-billion dollar industry has infiltrated every aspect of medicine and public health, using social engineering marketing campaigns to push an ever-growing number of inadequately tested and insufficiently tracked biological products on the public. The Supreme Court called vaccines “unavoidably unsafe” in a 2011 Ruling which Justice Sotomayor dissented, saying:

“The majority’s decision leaves a regulatory vacuum in which no one—neither the FDA nor any other federal agency, nor state and federal juries—ensures that vaccine manufacturers adequately take account of scientific and technological advancements. This concern is especially acute with respect to vaccines that have already been released and marketed to the public. Manufacturers, given the lack of robust competition in the vaccine market, will often have little or no incentive to improve the designs of vaccines that are already generating significant profit margins . . .”

Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor

In 2019, intense lobbying by vaccine manufacturers in Washington State was matched by the earnest and heartfelt education of parents and healthcare providers. One state legislator, Senator Emily Randall, voiced her conflicted stance on the subject of vaccine exemptions as she listened to parents tell of vaccine injuries, medical susceptibilities, and the dangerous regulatory vacuum created by legislation. While Senator Randall ultimately voted against parental rights, she did sponsor a Senate Joint Memorial that acknowledged the need for vaccine policy reform that says:

WHEREAS, In 2011, the United States supreme court ruled in Brueswitz v. Wyeth that the national childhood vaccine injury act preempts all design defect claims against vaccine manufacturers brought by plaintiffs who seek compensation for injury or death caused by vaccine side effects; and

WHEREAS, Our individual human rights should outweigh the profits of pharmaceutical companies, and individuals . . .

Senate Joint Memorial 8012

Brave men and women from all walks of life are now standing up and speaking out against the unethical and unscientific policies and pressures that are threatening human health on a global scale. Governments and Public Health Agencies around the world have been captured by the pharmaceutical industry.

“The checks and balances in our democratic system that are supposed to stand between corporate power and our little children have been removed, and there’s only one barrier left and that’s the parents.”

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

It is time for every citizen to stand for the human right to bodily integrity and medical freedom. It’s time to separate Pharma and State. Tell your legislators, your health care providers, and everyone in Public Health . . . I DISSENT!

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