MASS ARREST FOR PARENTS UNWILLING TO SHOOT THEIR KIDS

Mass Arrests Planned for Parents in Maryland
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> Call Today! Mass Arrest Planned for Parents Who Refuse to Vaccinate in
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> The parents of more than 2,000 students in Prince George’s County,
> Maryland have been ordered to appear in court this Saturday and have
> their children injected with mandatory vaccines, or face a fine of $50
> for every day that they do not comply, or a possible ten days in jail.
> State’s Attorney Glen Ivey (the Maryland equivalent of a District
> Attorney) is running the roundup. He was quoted as saying, “We can do
> this the hard way or the easy way, but either way this needs to be
> done.”
> Last year 50 parents were rounded up in Washington DC, now it is
> thousands in Maryland. What ever happened to, “Life, liberty and the
> pursuit of happiness.” Is this America in 2007? Or Moscow in 1935?
> This is a issue of national importance: Call State’s Attorney for
> Prince George’s County Glen F. Ivey and tell him to read the
> Constitution and stop these mass arrests. He is an elected official
> and remind him that even if you can’t vote in his district you can
> send a check to whoever runs against him.
> State’s Attorney, Glen F. Ivey
> Courthouse
> 14735 Main Street
> Upper Marlboro, MD 20772-3050
> (301) 952-3500
> Fax: (301) 952-3775
> And call Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley and demand that these
> police state tactics stop.
> Office of the Governor
> 100 State Circle
> Annapolis, Maryland 21401-1925
> (410) 974-3591
> (800) 811-8336
> FAX: (410) 974-5735
> Most of the students are middle-schoolers who have not complied with a
> new state mandate to get hepatitis-B or chicken pox boosters. Two of
> the most questionable mandated shots in the American vaccine schedule.
> Beginning in the early 90s most children in the United States were
> given at birth a hepatitis-B vaccine. This shot contained a quantity
> of mercury vastly in excess of the maximum exposure limits set for
> adults. Hepatitis-B is transmitted from a mother to a child during
> birth if the mother is infected. After that it is transmitted via the
> exchange of bodily fluids or sharing needles for intravenous drug use.
> The middle-schoolers in Maryland have virtual no chance of contracting
> hepatitis-B unless they are having unprotected sex or are mainlining
> heroin. Several years after hepatitis-B was mandated the vaccine
> industry revealed that the shot loses most of it’s efficacy by the
> time a child is seven which lead to the requirement for a booster.
> The United States is the only country in the world that requires the
> chicken pox (varicella) vaccine. Other countries have assessed it and
> determined that chicken pox is too mild of a disease and the chicken
> pox shot to ineffective to justify the huge expenditure needed to
> mandate a shot. As with the hepatitis-b, several years after the shot
> became mandated the vaccine industry revealed that it too diminishes
> in effectiveness over time and boosters are now mandate in many
> states. The failure to contract wild chicken pox as a child makes a
> person far more susceptible to the disease shingles as an adult.
> Shingles is generally considered a far more serious disease than
> chicken pox. It is acknowledged by the vaccine industry that the
> widespread use of the chicken pox vaccine will lead to an epidemic of
> shingles. Merck, the developer of the chicken pox vaccine now has a
> vaccine for shingles as well.
> The chicken pox shot has such marginal value, even by the very low
> standards of the American vaccine industry, that the only way the
> Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, the federal board
> comprised of vaccine industry representatives that determines the
> mandatory schedule in the United States, could only justify its use by
> making an economic argument that it would prevent parents from losing
> time from work and therefore was justified on an economic, not medical
> basis. And now we have parents being thrown in jail so that they don’t
> miss time from work.
> Act now! It could be you next time!

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