In the news article below, you’ll learn that the Supreme Court has now ruled that vaccine makers cannot be sued when their vaccines harm your children – even if it’s permanent, irreparable harm!
It’s the very definition of tyranny:
First the government makes childhood vaccines mandatory, then it absolves the vaccine makers of any responsibility for their product, giving them a forced monopoly with no concurrent responsibility.
In essence, you’re forced to use a product on young children that can harm them, and when it does harm them, the government makes sure there’s not a damned thing you can do about it.
There are exemptions to the mandatory vaccinations of children, of course. But without guidance, trying to legally opt-out of childhood vaccines can be like working your way through a labyrinth. To protect your children from mandatory vaccines, you have to know how to beat the system.
That’s why I recommend a book titled The Authoritative Guide to Vaccine Legal Exemptions, by my old friend and top vaccine rights lawyer Alan Phillips who has been fighting for the rights of parents and children to legally avoid vaccines for several decades now.
(I published Alan’s ground-breaking article, Dispelling Vaccination Myths, back in 1996, as a chapter in my second book, The Ultimate Immune System Repair Manual. In that article, Alan demolishes many of the myths we’ve been told about vaccines, such as the false notion that vaccines triggered the decline in infectious diseases, and that ridiculous assertion that adverse events from vaccines are “rare.”)
What really gripes my soul about the news article below is this line:
"Today's Supreme Court decision protects children by strengthening our national immunization system and ensuring that vaccines will continue to prevent the spread of infectious diseases in this country."
What it should have said, of course, if the truth were being told, is this:
“Today’s Supreme Court decision protects vaccine makers by eliminating the rights of parents to be compensated for the permanent crippling damages suffered by their children after being vaccinated, and will ensure that vaccine makers can continue to indiscriminately and without fear of repercussions make and sell products that can cause irreparable harm to children.”
But of course, the news media is little more than the public relations mouthpiece for pharmaceutical companies – that, thanks largely to the hundreds of millions of dollars per year the drug industry spends with the media on prescription drug advertisements.
So you can rest assured the news is pretty much always going to be slanted in favor of Big Pharma when it comes to topics like this one.
Below you can read excerpts from the news article that has me in such a lather, today. Read it and weep, folks.
Your rights to protect your own children from harm are being taken away from you.
The Supreme Court has made it the law of the land: Big Pharma can destroy your child’s life, and there’s nothing you can do about it, unless you’re wise enough to avoid the vaccines in the first place.
Supreme Court Rules Vaccine Makers
Cannot Be Sued When Their Vaccines Harm Your Children
The Supreme Court today gave vaccine manufacturers greater protection from lawsuits by parents who say vaccinations harmed their children, ruling that Congress had blocked those types of claims against drug makers.
In a 6-2 decision, the justices said Congress had effectively shut the courthouse door to these lawsuits in 1986, when it created a special vaccine court designed to compensate victims of vaccine injuries.
The decision immediately was hailed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, which said it would safeguard the nation's vaccine supply by protecting vaccine makers from potentially crippling legal liability--which could have driven manufacturers out of the vaccine market.
"Childhood vaccines are among the greatest medical breakthroughs of the last century," said the organization's president, Dr. O. Marion Burton. "Today's Supreme Court decision protects children by strengthening our national immunization system and ensuring that vaccines will continue to prevent the spread of infectious diseases in this country."
But it was a crushing defeat for the parents of Hannah Bruesewitz, who have waged a years-long legal battle after their daughter suffered a series of seizures when she got a routine DPT vaccination at her 6-month checkup.
The seizures caused Hannah severe brain damage. Today, 19 years later, her vocabulary is that of a toddler.
With Hannah facing a lifetime of constant care, the Bruesewitz's first filed a claim for compensation in the special vaccine court, under the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. Congress, concerned that runaway jury verdicts would drive vaccine makers out of the market, created that program for families whose children suffer adverse reactions from vaccines.
When their claim was denied, they sued Wyeth, the vaccine manufacturer, arguing the DPT vaccination was defectively designed and that the company could have provided a safer vaccine.
"Someone has to be responsible for this," Robie Bruesewitz, Hannah's mother, said when the Court took up their case.
But courts ruled against them, holding that vaccine compensation program was the sole way to handle those types of lawsuits against vaccine manufacturers. And today, the Supreme Court agreed.
The vaccine protocol Hannah received injured 65 other children. In 1998, it was removed from the market.
But that was too late for Hannah.
"We should have been taking our daughter to college this fall," her mother told CBS News last October. "If she would have been a normally, typically developing child, she'd be going to college."