Wednesday, January 7

I am pissed

It has to do with the so called fake "mandatory vaccination" requests from colleges and their ignorant refusal to accept the law of state and land. If for any reason you as a person request not to be injected with substances into your body, that go against your belief, or also refuse to be injected with foreign substances by "force", whilst at the same time knowing that you are allowed to refuse those procedures , you should stand up and do so. No matter how much the intimidation factor might be!

So, in the State of New York - you can only argue with schools on "religious grounds" if you want to avoid mandatory immunization . Here is a form letter I put together for my daughter that actually worked when she applied for college. It took me a while to compose, but you are welcome to use it if you needs are such. The content does not precisely reflect my (or my daughters) actual believes, but I do urge you to be quite "fundamental" in your approach and argumentation when you set your own letter up.

STATEMENT

All vaccines are made in violation of God’s Word. Vaccines are made with toxic chemicals that are injected into the bloodstream by vaccination. All vaccines are made with foreign proteins (viruses and bacteria), and some vaccines are made with genetically engineered viral and bacterial materials.

Therefore a conflict arises because I believe that man is made in God’s image and that the injection of toxic chemicals and foreign proteins into the bloodstream is a violation of God’s directive to keep the temple of the human body holy and free from impurities.

Vaccines are a product of animal tissues. God’s warning is not to mix the blood of man with the blood of animals. Some vaccines are even produced in aborted fetal tissues, which in itself is a highly questionable procedure.
My religious convictions are predicated on the belief that all life is sacred. God’s commandment “Thou Shall Not Kill” applies to the practice of abortion, even on animals, since I believe that this practice of abortion should not be encouraged or supported in any manner, therefore I have a conflict with vaccines produced in aborted fetal tissue even though I didn’t have anything to do with the abortions from which the vaccines are made from.

The Hepatitis-A vaccine containing MRC-5 is obtained from human babies that were electively aborted. WI-38 was created from the tissue of an aborted fetus and is used for the rubella portion of the MMR-II vaccine. RA 273 was created from the tissue of an aborted fetus, and is used for MMR-II vaccine. Therefore a conflict arises, because my religious convictions are predicated on the belief that all life is sacred. God's commandment "Thou Shall Not Kill" applies to all practice of abortion. The acceptance of these vaccines promote abortion and deeply violates my religious beliefs.
The Chickenpox (Varivax) vaccine, containing MRC-5 and RA 273, is obtained from human babies that were electively aborted, it is the worst of all. We are talking about humans here, not animals. The acceptance of this vaccine again promotes abortion and severely violates the Sixth Commandment of "Thou Shall Not Kill".

Since I am a healthy person in general, and a strong believer of keeping God's word sacred, specifically in the realm of not disturbing living life with manipulation of human interference to what God had once ordained, I therefore declare that under present laws presiding in New York State, my rights to exercise the exemption to vaccinations shall be fully accepted.

so,,, there you go. I guess you have to shout before you get heard. I am pretty sure that God has no objections...

8 comments:

Aggie said...

I agree that they should not be able to force it on you and that your word alone should be sufficient. I work for a school and I see the adverse reactions that enforced govt vaccinations have on some children and I think that anyone should have the right to say no - informed choice is vital. Good for you.

SaoirseDaily2 said...

I'm a typical libra - I see both sides of the fence on this one.

But good for you for sticking to your beliefs and fighting for them. More people should do so.

Have a terrific Thursday.

Zee said...

Aggie
I could go on and on about the so called childhood diseases and how they actually benefit your immune system. Personally I had Chickenpox and Mumps as a young child .... I'm still alive and also now (since I went through it) immune to any infection.
There was once a time where parents "WANTED" to get their child exposed to those childhood-traumas, just to get done and over with it. So the child of the neighbor was carried over to your place, to infect your own kid, and welcomed with gratitude.
Figure that one...

Zee said...

Thanks for the Thursday wishes Saoirse I will do my best!
This issue is not so much a "religious-belief-thing" - more a statement that not any random crusader can come up and stick a needle in your arm injecting stuff...without your consent.
I know the "statement" I wrote is pretty blunt. But it is the only way to response to a whining bureaucracy who will never listen if you actually tell them the truth - and only conforms if you stun them with their own tactics.

What I think about vaccination personally is an whole other issue. The point is, that people should be able and be warranted the right to choose.

It is like with abortion, it is not a political issue, it is a personal one.

Before Sunrise said...

I had to be vaccinated for the course I am taking now and there were no ifs or buts about it. The only one I got to opt out of was Hepatitis B.

I, like you, would rather not inject any of that into my body, where were you when I needed a statement? :)

Linda McGeary said...

My mother suffered with shingles the last ten years of her life. Very painful and inconvenient. Shingles are a secondary effect of chicken pox. The potential for anyone who had chicken pox to get shingles is always there.

Polio is very debilitating disease, I'm old enough to remember from my childhood people who had it. People who didn't have a choice to be vaccinated.
There are childhood diseases that do kill, did kill and in some countries are still killing children.

I'm not really up on what the new vaccines have in them, and if it where an immediate issue for me, you can bet I would know.

What I do agree with is choice. Every choice should be made with as much information as possible from all sides.

Cym said...

Yeah I would hate to be required to be vaccinated again for negligible reasons (was coerced into doing it back in high school, was told I wouldn't be allowed back in the building without it, and wouldn't be able to graduate otherwise) in order to go to school or to get a job.

I feel pretty apprehensive about taking vaccinations, particularly because of the fact that they all (at least as far as I know) contain trace (possibly more) amounts of mercury and aluminum; and also the possibility is always present of vaccinations containing other potentially harmful ingredients which are not even necessary to its purported purpose (either intentionally or not) and may not even be listed in the ingredients list (may fall under the vague category of INACTIVE ingredients). Also there are a lot of theories circulating around on conspiracy news sites, about the possibility via new developments in nanotechnology, of microchips being implanted through vaccinations. Whether or not its actually happening, doesn't discredit the fact that nanotechnology has advanced to such a level where such a thing is possible.

But I wonder if your letter would work for bypassing international travel vaccination requirements? I'm thinking it wouldn't, but it would certainly be interesting to find out.

via Centers For Disease Control:
"The only vaccine required by International Health Regulations is yellow fever vaccination for travel to certain countries in sub-Saharan Africa and tropical South America. Meningococcal vaccination is required by the government of Saudi Arabia for annual travel during the Hajj."

Ingrid said...

I know..religion trumps personal opinion/decision. Funny for a country that touts their 'Independent Spirit'. Honestly, I've never encountered such a followers mentality than in this place where 'individual freedoms' supposed to mean something.

Ingrid