Get Your Mind Set For the Fight at Hand

The war against bodily autonomy is raging throughout the country. It came to a head in California when the legislators refused to do the will of the people and restricted the medical exemption so greatly, that even verifying that one of your children was killed by vaccines will not medically exempt your other children. The people of California really don’t have a working medical exemption left, and their religious and personal beliefs exemptions were taken away a few years ago with the promise that the medical exemption would be robust and include family history of vaccine injury. That was just a lie to get the religious exemption removed. Then they worked behind the scenes to functionally remove the medical exemption. Can you imagine if you or your child became paralyzed or suffered seizures from vaccination (side effects listed on the insert), and were told that it’s not bad enough to be medically exempt from further vaccines?

California Senator Richard Pan visited Michigan over the weekend to speak to pediatricians to get them to lobby to remove all exemptions for children. But your kids are just the start. You and your grandparents and parents are up next for the mandates with no way out.

Only 1.8% total of Indiana children attending private or public school have exemptions. That puts Indiana well above the non-researched backed claim of “herd immunity”.

The number of 60,000 students does not include flu or HPV vaccines, but it is unclear if the reporter is also including the 3% of students who are in progress of getting all their vaccines in that 60,000. We will assume it is 60,000 based on the report. Some of those children may have siblings or only one parent, but even at that rate an underestimate of the number of parents is approximately 30,000 people.

Can you imagine if 30,000 parents and others who support freedom flooded the streets in response to the mandates, tracking of their families, and removal of exemptions? What if all 30,000 occupied and practiced civil disobedience? Maybe, just maybe, we could win our freedom. Maybe we wouldn’t have to lay awake at night wondering when we are going to lose our job over refusing a flu shot. Maybe we would not worry that our children will be discriminated against and be unable to get a college education. Maybe our children can actually grow up to be whatever they want to be, which is an American slogan that no longer holds true for natural humans. Can imagine going back to how the world was 5-10 years ago when none of this was happening across the country? Wouldn’t that be so wonderful? Wouldn’t it be so great if everyone who stands for religious and medical freedom came and stood together, united, against the pharma cartel? Wouldn’t it be great to win back our freedoms that were never meant to be taken away?

Now is not the time to wring your hands, or sit on the fence, or let your wife or husband do all the work without you. The luxury of that time has passed. Anyone who believes in freedom should not allow themselves the luxury of standing by while others fight for them. We must unite, we all need each other. We can’t do this with 1000 people, and we certainly can’t do it with 10 people. But bring out 30,000 people, and now we’re talking winning.

I have been diligently working on a presentation to help rally people to “set their minds right for the task at hand”. Presentations are being planned for various parts of the state. However, today I opened my email to see that the people at Autism Action Network are thinking the same thing: nation wide work to discriminate, dehumanize, and seclude people who are simply natural human beings, and the lack of the people discriminated against standing up and fighting.

I would like to share a copy of their email for all to read, because they are also trying to get the same point across:

USA: It is time to come out of the closetMore Info
You can’t fight for your rights and hide at the same time
 The following is an editorial.     It is time for our community to “come out of the closet.”  We can no longer hide behind religious and personal belief exemptions and hope to protect our children, or even ourselves. The global drug industry that produces vaccines is no longer willing to tolerate us. They want to force everyone to use their products, and they increasingly have the police power of government to back them up. As the largest advertiser in America they have the clout to buy completely one-sided media coverage, and they are using their power to generate hate against us.  California, New York and Maine have already lost their rights. It looks like New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts could be next.     Once upon a time we could keep our mouths shut and stay under the radar. Those days are over. Either we stand up and fight or get ready to roll up your children’s sleeves. There is no in-between anymore. You can’t hide and fight at the same time. It is time to choose.   At the foundation of every injustice is a lie. The lie that vaccines are safe for everybody. The lie that vaccines do not cause autism. The lie that autism is just a difference. The lie that the government is doing everything possible to protect your children. The first step to correcting the injustice is to refuse to accept the lies any longer. Coming out is all about refusing to accept the lies anymore, lies about reality, about ourselves, about what happened to our children, about the world that makes this possible.     Back in June the biggest gay pride parade ever was held in New York City. The police estimated 4 million people showed up. It was the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, which is considered the founding event of the gay rights movement. The “Stonewall Riots” began when a handful of drag queens and friends that frequented the Stonewall Inn reached their breaking point when the police raided the bar one too many times and attempted to roust them. They fought back. They fought back for days. They fought back for years. A handful turned into a couple of hundred demonstrating in the streets of Greenwich Village, and a couple of hundred turned into 4 million just in one city. That handful of drag queens  changed the world.     And they are not so different from us. A vilified group of outcasts that the powers-that-be say are legitimate targets for de-humanization, discrimination and violence. When we were trying to persuade the lawmakers not to take away our religious exemption this winter and spring in Albany, NY, we encountered behavior I have never seen in almost 20 years of advocacy. Legislators and their staffs called us “Nazis,” “lunatics,” “flat earthers,” and more. We were compared to holocaust deniers. Staffers wore masks when we entered the room, one legislator made us meet outdoors because she thought we would contaminate her office. Staffers refused to shake hands, some more surgical masks. Many previously accessible legislators refused to meet with us.     Before you finish reading this article in you support the information and advocacy brought to you by the Autism Action Network please make it possible for us to keep doing our work by donation here for our one fundraiser of the fundraiser of the year we do in conjunction with the Autism Community Walk, October 20 at Belmont Lake State Park in Babylon, NY.     The key to the success of the gay rights movement was people coming out of the closet and refusing to lie about themselves or their lives anymore, and the same will be true for us.  In New York there were 26,000 children with religious exemption. Those children probably have 40,000 parents. I would estimate at most 4,000 people did anything to fight the repeal of our religious exemption. What could have happened if all those parents were actively engaged in protecting their children’s rights and bodies? Far too many were hiding and hoping other people would get the job done.     Coming out may lead to conflicts with people who are dear to you. Some people may ostracize you. But you may find much more tolerance and support than you expect. Thousands of people in New York have been involuntarily  forced to come out because of their children’s expulsion from school, and many are surprised at the support they are receiving. And those people who will not accept your choices, well, do you really need them? What are they bringing to your family’s life? It may or may not be easy to come out and tell the truth, but we don’t have a choice anymore: Come out!    Please share this message with family and friends and please share to social networks while we still can.  

More information will be posted soon on action alerts for October. Stay tuned, and please set your mind right for when you are called to stand up for your rights.

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