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badbanterer
1/19/2019 13:05 EST

Hello,

I am leaving this madhouse to specifically find what they mistake here for as “personal liberty” as well as a clean, healthy life and lifestyle since it’s so hard to source clean food/water here.

Argentina just announced yesterday that they passed laws MANDATING VACCINATIONS for everyone.

I caught myself rationalizing “Hmmm, well, that is S. A. so what do you expect? Govs can decree anything they want there” but the truth is I can’t imagine any one of these crooked govs not manufacturing some pandemic to then just announce a similar policy, including (or starting with) this one.

Do any of you have a “feel” for Chile’s stance on this vaccination bs?

I’ve included the link here:
https://youtu.be/wV49Az0cIg8

Thanks for any guidance or feedback you can render.

J

FAIRCLOUGH
1/20/2019 15:12 EST

I grew up in Argentina. At school we had a subject that was sometimes called democratic education, civil education, social services, etc. We were taught about all forms of government, democracy in particular, public service, health and human services, which included things such as census taking, meter reading, postal delivery, visits to homes for old folks and yes, vaccinations. We vaccinated against measles, polio, typhoid, etc. No cost to the people. We went to schools, door to door and were always welcomed. With campains like these many diseases were erradicated completely and the population were educated enough to understand the effectiveness of these vaccines. It is only in recent history that mostly uneducated people are refusing vaccines and posing a risk to themselves and the rest of the community. It is only recently that some of these defeated diseases are returning. Clinging to rumors of deaths caused by vaccines and human rights some people fail to understand how statistics work, and show no inclination to learn or be corrected. I fully support mandatory vaccination and the supporting education at no charge, not for profit, and the concept of a democratic campain that is mandatory for the benefit of all the population.

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badbanterer
1/20/2019 15:54 EST

Thank you very much for the thoughtful response.

Anyone interested in learning about actual facts, statistics and toxic ingredients being put into today’s vaccinations, feel free send me a pm and I will share.

All information will be backed by independent, third party studies linking the direct correlation with autism and other diseases not
paid for by the pharmaceutical governments or Chronic Disease Center.

(This is a good starting point for those of you with any interest or with any friends or family harmed by vaccinations - https://youtu.be/SpQyYTs5LTg)

Again, I am seeking to start any controversy so please contact me off-list)

quietbibleguy
1/20/2019 16:34 EST

Dear Fairclough, I appreciate your help, but this is slander: >> It is only in recent history that mostly uneducated people are refusing vaccines and posing a risk to themselves and the rest of the community. << I was enrolled for a PhD at one point. I had a severe vaccine reaction in the army, and had to see the doctors. So my question is, if vaccinations really work, then if you get one, why should I need one? Your vaccination should make my non-vaccination irrelevant, yes? So why push involuntary vaccinations on me? Isn't that the definition of fascism? I ask respectfully.

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