20 Assumptions of the Mandatory Vaccination Position
All positions are based on certain assumptions. Only by being aware of these assumptions can one evaluate their veracity and thus examine the basis of the position.
Assumptions of the Mandatory Vaccination Position
- Artificial immunity is better than natural immunity.
- Temporary immunity is better than life long immunity.
- Vaccines are one uniform, homogenous group of medical interventions and all vaccines are considered safe and effective regardless of the manufacturer or ingredients.
- Support for vaccinations is dichotomous. You are either for vaccines or against vaccines.
- Questions of vaccines safety are deemed anti-vaccine.
- Heavy metals (mercury & aluminum) in vaccines are non-toxic and do not accumulate in the human body.
- Conferring immunity through the placenta and breastfeeding is insufficient. All babies need to be immunized at birth.
- One uniform vaccine schedule is recommended and appropriate for every child.
- Every child has the same immune response capacity.
- A developed immune system is not necessary for vaccines to be safe and effective.
- The benefits of vaccination outweigh the risks and no evidence of this analysis is required.
- The benefits of vaccinations outweigh the risks for all vaccines both now and in the future.
- All Governments, now and in the future, can be trusted to make the right decisions for our children’s health and well being.
- The pharmaceutical industry can be trusted to make the right decisions for our children’s health and well being.
- The motive of profit does not affect the integrity of vaccine decisions.
- Although vaccines have been deemed “unavoidably unsafe” by the US Supreme Court, there shall be no product liability for manufacturers even if there is evidence that vaccines could be made safer.
- Parents can’t be trusted to make the best decision for their children’s health and wellbeing.
- An individual’s body does not belong to them. They have no right to decide what is injected into their body.
- Vaccinations are a unique medical intervention and informed consent is not required.
- Vaccines are a miracle of modern medicine and evidence of such is not required.
Assumptions of the Mandatory Vaccination Position (PDF Document)