Law of Attraction Magazine June, 2015 | Page 42

Mandatory Vaccinations Are Bad, & Some Immunizations Are Good Get the facts... By Dr. Bruce Lipton Margaret and I recently returned home after a hiatus of 5 months on the road. From December through the beginning of April, we were in New Zealand where I annually present an Immunology course at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic. Besides the fact that it was summer time in the southern hemisphere, life in ?Middle Earth? is amazing. Living in a country off the beaten track and especially one that has no involvement whatsoever in any war, offers an amazingly serene and peaceful existence. It is almost as if the planet was experiencing a global hurricane and New Zealand was in the eye of the storm. However, we were in for a shock when we left Auckland and entered to the ?real? world for two weeks of meetings in Australia before returning to California. The day we arrived in Melbourne, the country had just enacted a mandatory vaccination program for all children. In addition to being publically ostracized for ?endangering? the lives of their children, parents that choose not to inject their children face severe financial penalties. Beginning in 2016, anti-vaccination parents claiming conscientious objection to vaccinations would no longer receive childcare subsidies worth up to $15,000 per child, as is now offered to those parents that immunize their children. We were met with a similar situation facing U.S. residents when we finally returned home to California. I am not alone in recognizing the very dangerous precedent set when a government mandates medical procedures. In fact, one of America? most s prominent citizens, Thomas Jefferson warned us of this danger in 1778 when he wrote: ?If people let the government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as the souls who live under tyranny.? The government acting as the ?strong arm? for carrying out the dictates of the medical profession bears a striking similarity to the time when governments served the same police function in persecuting dissenters of religious beliefs, deemed heretics by the Church. While governments may no longer burn heretics at the stake, I see today? penalties, such as removing children from s their families and placing them into the custody of child-welfare services as frighteningly inhumane! Firstly, taking the truths of the medical profession as being equivalent to the ?Word of God? is patently inappropriate considering that even the Journal of the American Medical Association published an article condemning the medical profession as the third leading cause of death in the U.S. (Barbara Starfield, JAMA. 2000;284(4):483-485, Read article. While this conclusion was based on what the author described as ?conservative estimates,? a more recent assessment using actual stat