The plague of forced vaccination has spread: After striking Australia, the call to mandate immunizations has made its way to Italy. Beatrice Lorenzin, Italy’s Health Minister has declared that any children that do not have “appropriate” vaccinations will no longer be allowed to attend state-funded schools.
Lorenzin reportedly told the media that her white paper on the issue of vaccination had been seen by other ministers after a cabinet meeting. According to her, the mandate will soon become law. Lorenzin says that “anti-vaccination” sentiments forced the government’s hand, saying that it is an “emergency generated by fake news.” A total of 12 vaccines will be made mandatory under the new legislation. Parents will be required to provide proof of vaccination every school year, beginning this September. Even nursery school children will be prohibited from attending class if they’ve not received the required inoculations.
IFLScience reports that the incidence of measles in Italy was a staggering five times higher in 2017 when compared to the same time last year, in April 2016.
The irony here is that in 2016, Italy introduced a “no jab, no pay” policy, wherein citizens with unvaccinated children would lose their child benefits. Consequently, the vaccination rate in Italy reached a peak in 2017, with 92.2 percent of the nation’s children being vaccinated. In the last year, over 200,000 more children were immunized as a response to the policy.
And yet, the mainstream media and other vaccine propagandists continue to blame those pesky children that don’t have vaccines? How could it be that more people than ever in Italy are getting vaccinated, and more people than ever got sick? It’s beyond irrational to claim that more people got sick because not enough people were vaccinated, when just the year prior, 200,000 fewer were inoculated and five times fewer people got sick.
If anything, this statistic shows that vaccine shedding is real thing and it really does make people sick. Past measles outbreaks have also been attributed to vaccination, so it’s really not that hard to figure out. “Published research on vaccinated versus unvaccinated children demonstrates quite clearly that MMR vaccinations simply do not reduce infections of measles, mumps or rubella,” warns vaccine skeptic Mike Adams, the Health Ranger. “While vaccines do reduce infections from chicken pox and pertussis, the data show that children vaccinated against measles have no measurable reduction in measles infections. Many vaccines simply do not work,” Adams adds.
In the wake of the Disneyland measles outbreak that occurred in 2015, Sally Fallon Morell, president of the Weston A. Price Foundation came forward and stated, “The public health community is blaming unvaccinated children for the outbreak of measles at Disneyland, but the illnesses could just as easily have occurred due to contact with a recently vaccinated individual. Evidence indicates that recently vaccinated individuals should be quarantined in order to protect the public.”
And it’s true: As Mike Adams notes, studies have shown that when people are vaccinated with live viruses, such as the MMR vaccine, they can continue to “shed” the virus for weeks or even months after inoculation. Vaccine recipients can carry these diseases around, even if they don’t appear sick.
The conversation around vaccines has grown increasingly heated, and legislature such as this vaccine mandate in Italy do not do anything other than force one opinion on the public: a dangerous and tyrannical practice. The fact is that the vaccine debate is far from over — even if vaccine propagandists wish it was, there will always be those of us who will fight back.
Vaccines are not without flaws, and to deny this fact is to deny true scientific process. Science is an evolving thing; some research shows vaccines do not offer lifelong immunity, and that “vaccine failure” wherein no immunity is ever garnered, and still, some research shows that vaccines can harm children. These findings, as you may have noticed, are generally either ignored or written off as “bad science” by the mainstream media. It’s hardly a “dissenting opinion” when there are verifiable facts that show these issues are real. But reality is a propagandist’s nightmare, isn’t it?