Is the growing schedule of vaccinations really as necessary as the mainstream medical community and governmental organizations claim it to be?
Or do the risks outweigh the benefits in many cases, particularly in light of the over $3.7 billion that has been paid out to vaccine injury victims since a 1986 U.S. ruling that the makers are immune to lawsuits?
Those questions are being sorted out day-by-day, month-by-month as more and more people begin researching the full history behind the vaccine industry and the injuries their products have caused.
As the truth about vaccine injuries continues to come out, protests are being planned, including a major one this September at the site of a major global vaccine industry event.
Protest Being Held In Houston Against Vaccine Industry
The protest, expected to be held by the Texas Medical Freedom Alliance, is slated to happen on September 18th and 19th in Houston, Texas, which will be the host city for the 20th Global Vaccine and Immunization Summit.
The goal will be to “rise up and unite” in order to demand that the voices of vaccine choice are heard.
“In the press and mainstream propaganda is the supposed ‘soon’ to be measles epidemic, not in the news is the ongoing vaccine-induced epidemic of too many to mention childhood illnesses…” the organization’s website states, while also providing information on the upcoming protest.
A total of 45,000 non-medical exemptions were made last year in Texas, up 7,000 from the previous year. Because of the growing opt-outs, Dr. Peter J. Hotez of the Texas Children’s Hospital Center for Vaccine Development said that he fears his state could become the site of the next measles outbreak. Up to 1/3 of students at private schools are also unvaccinated according to the Dallas Morning News (you can read Hotez’s editorial on the subject by clicking here).
Texas is one of 17 states that allows parents to obtain an exemption for their children from vaccinations due to philosophical reasons.
The summit will be held at the Crowne Plaza Houston River Oaks, and will discuss several different types of vaccines and the advancements being made in the field.
Vaccine choice groups such as the TMFA urge caution over the growing number of vaccines on the childhood schedule and vow to continue their fight, pointing out that 270+ vaccine patents are currently awaiting approval. The TMFA also takes issue with the lack of discussion over the growing amount of vaccine injuries, particularly in the Lone Star State.
For more info on the protest, check out the TMFA website by clicking on this link.