Forced Vaccination Where Is The Moral Force In America? by Bill Sardi

Forced vaccinations are morally repugnant and incompatible with freedom. They are also unnecessary. Japan does not require vaccinations and Japanese children are far healthier than American children. From Bill Sardi at lewrockwell.com:

If We Can’t Protect Our Children Are We A Civilized Society?

There is a (raspy) voice in America that is gaining bigger audiences, that is resonating with more and more Americans, that is calling Americans at all ends of the political spectrum to stand up against what is wrong in America.  It is a voice of integrity, a voice that seeks to protect defenseless children, a voice that calls for freedom of choice and free markets in healthcare, a voice that calls for America to rally against an American democracy that has morphed into fascism (industry control over government).  That raspy voice is that of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.  (I say raspy because Mr. Kennedy has spasmodic dysphonia, spasms in the muscles in his voice box that interrupt his speech).

WHERE TO PEG MR. KENNEDY

Mr. Kennedy is not going to fit into everybody’s neat little political box.  His objective is to bring down Big Pharma.  While there are so many voices that decry what Big Pharma has done to America, Mr. Kennedy’s is the only voice with a plan to do that.  Kennedy wants to file suit against the big-four vaccine makers, launch legal discovery, and then file fraud allegations against these pharmaceutical giants that would bring them to their knees.

But he is a Democrat.  And he is in the pro-global warming crowd.  That might not sit well with many Americans, especially conservatives.  Yet Mr. Kennedy assails his own Democrat party as being complicit in what he justifiably calls a crime – the fraud surrounding mass mandatory vaccination of American children.

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