Governments around the world are mandating vaccination despite increasing evidence of the harm it causes. June 3rd 2017 marks International Vaccine Injury Awareness Day, an initiative of the European Forum for Vaccine Vigilance (EFVV).
Events are being staged around the world as organisers call on people to light a virtual candle to show their support for those injured by vaccines. Many might want to light a real candle too.
In 2011, the US Supreme Court ruled that vaccines are “unavoidably unsafe” whilst the World Health Organization (WHO) states “There is no such thing as a “perfect” vaccine which protects everyone who receives it AND is entirely safe for everyone.”
As our gesture to International Vaccine Injury Awareness Day, we’ve put together a collage of information that stresses how important it is for parents especially to be made much more aware of the risks associated with vaccination prior to them giving consent to have their children vaccinated.
A message from Anna Watson of European Forum for Vaccine Vigilance
Suspected adverse reactions to vaccination (2005-2015) in the UK (data from UK medicines regulator [MHRA] following freedom of information request)
|Informed consent is a fundamental principle of healthcare – Did you give informed consent to your children’s vaccinations?|
|In health care, informed consent refers to the process whereby the patient and the healthcare practitioner engage in a dialogue about a proposed medical treatment’s nature, consequences, harms, benefits, risks, and alternatives.
Did you engage in dialogue with your healthcare practitioner?
If vaccines are safe why do Governments pay out for vaccine injury?
Vaccine manufacturers are not held liable for vaccine injuries!
Measles or vaccination – which is more risky?
Based on US morbidity and mortality data (2010-2016)
Adverse events MMR 2000-2016 = 64,682
|Making informed choices on vaccination: Natural immunity and judicious vaccination strategies|
Please consider signing our petition to: Stop health authorities claiming that vaccines are ‘safe’