Pro Vax Manifesto

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Pro Vax Manifesto

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“I have never fully understood how stupid and absurd the vaccine industry’s arguments defending the current vaccine program actually were until Brett Wilcox put them all together on one page.  I can’t believe how badly this country is being scammed.  It is not just horrifically criminal that they are getting away with this, it is monumentally embarrassing that anyone in the US believes them.  What suckers we have been.” – Ginger Taylor

Reprinted from Running The Country

by Brett Wilcox

I’ve been studying vaccines for a few years now. During that time several pro-vaxxers have done their best to convince me of the error of my ways. Many grow frustrated with me and inform me that I’m simple minded and stupid. It’s true that I wasn’t the quickest kid in the class. It’s taken me a long time to grasp what they’re saying, but I think I’ve finally got it. If you’re a pro-vaxxer, please let me know if I accurately represented your position. Thanks for your patience!

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Pro Vax Manifesto

* All disease is bad.
* All vaccines are good.
* The science is settled, all vaccines work.
* All vaccines are equally effective.
* All vaccines are equally safe.

* Vaccines are tested for safety more than any other pharmaceutical product.
* Vaccine safety studies are long term studies, meaning they last for more than four days.
* Experimental vaccines intended for babies are first tested on babies.
* Experimental vaccines that will eventually be given to unhealthy children are first tested on unhealthy children.
* Vaccine safety studies always include inert placebos.
* The entire vaccine schedule has been studied for safety.

* The theory and the practice of vaccination are identical.
* Vaccine Information Sheets contain the same information as Vaccine Package Inserts.
* Vaccination equals immunization, yet the public should still fear and ostracize the unvaccinated.
* Vaccines work, but only if everyone else is vaccinated because, of course, my medicine makes your medicine more effective.
* Everyone should be forced to vaccinate to protect the vaccinated from getting the diseases for which they were vaccinated.

* Vaccines have never caused ADHD, tics, Guillain-Barré Syndrome, learning disabilities, cancer, diabetes, eczema, paralysis, autism, or any other injury.
* It’s just a coincidence when babies get sick, diseased, regress, or die following vaccination.
* Vaccination is the leading cause of coincidences.

* There is nothing in vaccines that could hurt a baby or anyone else. That’s why vaccine manufacturers and doctors can’t be sued for vaccine injury or death.
* If vaccines injure a baby, it’s the baby’s fault for having bad genes. Vaccines just identify the defect.
* Vaccines are composed of neurotoxins, human fetal DNA, animal tissue, adjuvants, allergens, antigens, and contaminants. Buildings are evacuated and hazmat teams are called when the contents of a vaccine spill on the floor. That’s why the same ingredients are safe when repeatedly injected into pregnant women, infants, toddlers, teens, the aged, and virtually everyone in between.
* The toxic ingredients in vaccines make sick people healthy and healthy people healthier.

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Help Request from Parents Seeking Vaccination Exemptions in Sarasota County — or Florida Generally?

Dear Reader,

We continue to receive inquiries from local parents asking us if they should expect to encounter hurdles or difficulties in obtaining, for their school-age children, religious or medical exemptions from vaccination requirements in Sarasota County. [1] 

For example, a local mother we’ll refer to as “Sarah” (not her real name) wrote the following:

I am planning on filing the ‘DH 681’ religious exemption for my daughter… I’d like to obtain the religious exemption for her, but I don’t want to go in blind, have them start asking me all these questions, then blindside me and then they just reject it.

I can go to the Department of Health, I’m assuming up here on Ringling Boulevard [in downtown Sarasota] and get it done there? [2] 

What is the process? What should I expect when I walk in the door?

What kind of questions are they allowed to ask me? Can they ask me if she was vaccinated before? If they do, do I say yes, or do I say no?

Are they allowed to ask me what religion I am? Or why I’m just now deciding to do this when she was vaccinated before? Do I tell them that I switched religions?

I just need to go in armed with the knowledge of what to expect and how it should go.

… In summary, has anyone in our community obtained the religious exemption? If so did it work? Were you denied?Was it easy?

Any help is much appreciated please and thank you.”

Important note: Sarasota for Vaccination Choice (SVC) has not received any specific information to suggest that local officials are making it difficult for — or “pushing back” against — parents who make the requests for exemption from vaccination.

That said, however, we would greatly appreciate any feedback from Sarasota parents, regarding your personal experiences —positive or negative — in dealing with the exemption process.

Also, any suggestions you have found helpful in navigating this process would be most appreciated.

To share your story or suggestions, please email svcsrqorg@gmail.com or post to our Facebook page, HERE.

Note: If you send your feedback via email, we promise to maintain your anonymity; needless to say, if you post via Facebook, we may have no control over whether your name appears or not.

Thank you,
Sarasota for Vaccination Choice (SVC)

DISCLAIMER: This is not, nor should it be construed as, legal or medical advice.

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NOTES:

[1] According to Florida Statutes, two types of exemptions from vaccinations are available; religious and medical.

National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) has summarized the Florida situation as follows:

Quick Facts and Resources for Florida Residents
“A request for a religious exemption from immunization requirements must be presented to the facility/school on the Department of Health’s Religious Exemption From Immunization form (DH 681 Form). The DH 681 Form is issued only by county health departments and only for a child who is not immunized because of his/her family’s religious tenets or practices. If a parent requests such an exemption, the county health department staff must use the current DH 681 Form, which has been signed by the parent affirming the written statement on the form that a religious conflict exists. This form must be issued upon request. No other information should be solicited from the parent or guardian.”  Rule 64D-3.046, Florida Administrative Code. Medical exemptions are also allowed. [EMPHASES ADDED]
http://www.nvic.org/Vaccine-Laws/state-vaccine-requirements/florida.aspx

Exemption from Required Immunizations: Florida Dept. of Health
http://www.floridahealth.gov/programs-and-services/immunization/children-and-adolescents/immunization-exemptions/

[2] Florida Dept. of Health: Sarasota Locations
http://sarasota.floridahealth.gov/locations/index.html