Vaccination: The right to know – The freedom to choose

Derivative work by CNLib from original image by symbolicM / OpenClipArt.org *

Derivative work by CNLib from original image by symbolicM / OpenClipArt.org *

”The public conversation about whether we should have the freedom to choose how we want to maintain our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health has become one of the most important public conversations of our time. It is a conversation that challenges us to examine complex public policy, scientific, ethical, legal, philosophical, economic, political and cultural issues.”

”What unites those defending an open discussion about vaccination and health is a commitment to protecting bodily integrity and defending the inalienable right to self-determination, which has been globally acknowledged as a human right.” –  Barbara Loe Fisher, Co-founder & President National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) (1) – emphasis added

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Chemtrails: “The purveyors of perpetual war have deliberately dimmed earth’s life-giving sunlight”

NY (Long Island 2011)  / Wikimedia

A program to make America’s millions of annual jet flights a source of specially designed particulate pollution is serious business.”

Dumping tons of particulate matter from aircraft has geo-engineered our planetary atmosphere into a highly charged, electrically-conductive plasma useful for military projects. The air we breathe is laden with asbestos-sized synthetic fibers and toxic metals, including barium salts, aluminum, and reportedly, radioactive thorium. These materials act as electrolytes to enhance conductivity of military radar and radio waves. Poisonous on par with arsenic and a proven suppressant of the human immune system, atmospheric barium weakens human muscles, including those of the heart. Inhaled aluminum goes directly to the brain and medical specialists confirm that it causes oxidative stress within brain tissue, leading to formation of Alzheimer’s like neurofibrillary tangles. Radioactive thorium is known to cause leukemia and other cancers.”  Amy Worthington

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