SB 277, a California bill that removes all exemptions to vaccine requirements for school entry, was recently signed into law. This means that all children in California must receive all of the vaccinations recommended by U.S. public health authorities if they wish to attend public school. The bill will no doubt be a major contributing factor in the expected rise in homeschooling for educational purposes in the coming months.
The video below tells a story about a girl named Olivia. She lives in California and loves her school, but what will happen to her now that SB 277 is signed into law?
Is it really true that infectious diseases can be prevented by high-vaccination covereage?
“The frequent statement that high levels of vaccination prevent disease outbreaks is not accurate as infectious diseases do in fact occur even in fully vaccinated populations as well as individuals. The likely reason for this is that vaccines primarily stimulate humoral immunity (antibody-based or Th2 responses) while they have little or no effect on cellular immunity (cytotoxic T-cells, Th1 responses), which is absolutely crucial for protection against viral as well as some bacterial pathogens. This may be the reason why vaccine-induced immunities are transient, requiring booster shots, while naturally acquired immunity conferred by the cellular immune system in the absence of vaccination tends to be permanent.” – Dr. Lucija Tomljenovic, PhD in Biochemistry. In 2010, she joined the Neural Dynamics Research Group at the University of British Columbia (Chris Shaw’s lab) and is currently researching the neurotoxic effects of aluminium vaccine adjuvants. (source)
Dr. Tomljenovic addressed a letter to the California State Senate which goes into detail on the subject of “herd immunity.” For more information, you can read that letter HERE.
Governor Jerry Brown, who signed the bill into law, stated that:
“The science is clear that vaccines dramatically protect children against a number of infectious and dangerous diseases. While it’s true that no medical intervention comes without risk, the evidence shows that immunization powerfully benefits and protects the community. (source)
This is completely contrary to Dr. Tomljenovics letter, and to the information in the article linked below (The Top 6 Reasons).
It’s important to note that the theory of “herd immunity” has been modelled, not proven scientifically. The video goes on to make some very important points that are worth consideration. To see why many people are finding this mandatory vaccination bill absolutely absurd, you can read the heavily sourced article linked below:
It’s time we start questioning. It’s time to turn off your T.V. and do some research. It’s time to stop blindly believing statements like “the science is solid” and actually look at all the science on both sides of the coin. If you do, you will see why many people believe mandatory vaccinations are a bad idea.
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