(NaturalNews) On October 9, 2011, a new California law, AB 499, upgraded children to adult status. This law allows minors to consent to STD vaccinations without their parent's knowledge. At first glance, the law seems like it is supporting children by allowing them to make their own medical decisions. In reality, this law serves another purpose. AB 499 allows medical personal to coerce children into receiving STD vaccinations, eliminating parents from being involved or from giving consent. Children now more than ever need three introductory tips on how to protect themselves from receiving these vaccinations from authority figures they have previously been groomed to obey.
The first step is to have your child write a waiver exempting him or her from all STD vaccinations and place it in his/her school file. As young as twelve, children have the authority to grant permission or to decline STD vaccinations. In the waiver, or letter, the child should make it clear that he or she is not to be pulled out of any classes for STD vaccination lectures or the administration of STD vaccinations. Parents can also write and sign a separate letter to be placed in the file stating that they are aware of their child's request and expect it to be followed, as AB 499 legally gives their child the right to decline STD vaccinations. These letters should be written by both sexes since Big Pharma intends to profit from boys as well. Furthermore, an updated letter should be written every new school year to ensure that the nurse is aware of your child's feelings and legal stance.
The second step is to educate your child
about Gardasil and Cervarix through research. According to Pharmalot, "As of January 15, 2011, [Gardasil] had 21,171 adverse reactions and 91 deaths reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System." Children can arm themselves with statistics and demonstrate that minors cannot be manipulated into harming themselves just because a handful of California politicians thought they would be easy prey and easy money. Education on the part of the child ensures a doctor cannot get away with altering the truth.
The third and final step as an introduction to protecting themselves is to unlearn proper etiquette when conversing with an authority figure. A child's life may be counting on his or her ability to effectively question adults, even though adults may view this as talking back. Since the state of California gives children the power to decline STD vaccinations
just as any adult can, children need to be taught to view health care practitioners as equals. A minor has the right to leave a medical setting, even at school. They can say, "No," firmly, with their hands over their ears if the nurse continues to talk about STD
vaccinations. Everything that a child has been taught to say to a drug dealer, including escape tactics, should be taught as a response to someone intending to administer a shot. Just like with a potential kidnapper, this is no time for being polite. Teach your child to get away and to get away fast! Have the child return later with a parent to be certain the events that transpired have been documented. If your child was harassed, report the doctor to the AMA.
This law doesn't have to make children
victims. It can empower them. AB 499 is not just a law allowing children to obtain STD vaccinations secretly. It is an opportunity for them to legally decline vaccinations.http://www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com/2011/...http://www.pharmalot.com/2011/09/california-...http://vaers.hhs.gov/indexhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21111781http://www.shariseparviz.com/balancing-act/c...
(NVIC Advocacy Portal)http://www.pharmalot.com/2011/07/california-...
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Debbie A. Allsup holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Parapsychic Sciences from the American Institute of Holistic Theology located in Birmingham, Alabama, earned in 2007. Her dissertation focused on psychic attack and protection from it. She is also a licensed acupuncturist in the state of California and has practiced under the business name AuthenticSelf Acupuncture & Beyond since 2004.
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