Great Seal of California Money ExchangeOn June 30, 2015, California Governor Jerry Brown formally signed SB 277, a controversial state measure that was promoted by vaccine manufacturers that will require most California schoolchildren to be fully vaccinated in order to attend public or private school, regardless of their parents’ personal or religious beliefs. California becomes the third state (after Mississippi and West Virginia) in the United States that will only allow a medical exemption as a legitimate reason for being excluded from the vaccine mandate.

There is a widely held belief among the public and mainstream medical community that vaccines are both necessary and safe. However, here is a link to the names of 32 respected doctors who say otherwise and have testified about the unhealthy effects of vaccinations:

Moreover, on June 21, 2015, Christina Sarich published an article on Natural Society that was entitled, “Drug Companies Donated Millions to California Lawmakers Prior to Forced Vaccination Bill,” where she noted that:

The Sacramento Bee is reporting that State lawmakers behind bill SB277 have ties to the makers of vaccines. Pharmaceutical companies and their trade groups gave current members of the Legislature more than $2 million. Nine of the top 20 recipients of these funds are either members of the Senate health committee, or leaders who could influence the outcome of the bill, as well as push it through to law.

One senator, in particular, is also a doctor, Richard Pan, who received more than $95,000 in campaign cash. He also just happens to be the man who wrote the bill.

Between 1905 and 1940, the smallpox vaccine was the only vaccine that was mandated by states to attend school in the United States. The vaccine mandate is totally different today. In 1983, 23 doses of 7 vaccines (DPT, MMR, and polio) were federally recommended and state required for school attendance. In 2013, the Centers for Disease Control recommended that children receive 69 doses of 16 vaccines starting on the day of birth to the age of 18.

Injecting a mix of chemicals and compounds into newborns and young children whose bodies have not had a chance to fully develop is the perfect recipe for sickness, disease, and even premature death. Ask your physician for permission to read the vaccine product labels to learn what they contain and their potential side effects. Shockingly, there are dozens of new vaccines that are in the pipeline to add to what are already being administered today. If vaccines are, indeed, as safe as claimed, then why has nearly $3 billion been paid out in federal compensation because of vaccine injuries, and why did Congress pass the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 that shielded drug companies and doctors from civil liability and malpractice lawsuits for injuries and deaths caused by federally recommended and state-mandated vaccines? Would you buy a car or piece of electronic equipment if the manufacturer couldn’t be liable for defects?

C. Thomas Corriher, The Health Wyze Report
The NVICA, a ‘no-fault’ compensation system, was passed in 1986 to shield the pharmaceutical industry from civil litigation due to problems associated with vaccines. Under the law, families of vaccine-injured persons are required to file a petition which may be heard by a Special Master in the vaccine court.

The Spanish flu epidemic that occurred right after the end of World War I claimed the life of tens of millions worldwide. In the aftermath of this global pandemic, Charles M. Higgins self-published a book in 1920 called “Horrors of Vaccination” that pointed out how compulsory immunization that was being promoted in the United States at war’s end is a violation of individual human rights and would constitute a form of medical malpractice. If you haven’t read Higgins’ illustrated book, I advise you to do so, as it is still available for purchase at outlets such as Amazon:

As stated in National Vaccine Information Center’s guidebook called “Reforming Vaccine Policy & Law,” public policy decision-making should be based on the precautionary principle encapsulated in the Hippocratic Oath that includes the promise “to abstain from doing harm” (primum non nocere).

In the weeks leading up to the Governor’s signature, tens of thousands of concerned Californians wrote their elected representatives and staged protests in front of the state capitol in Sacramento to express their opposition to SB 277. While the informed consent principle outlined in the Nuremberg Code has provided an ethical framework for modern medicine since the end of World War II, Governor Brown’s signature to SB 277 negates that principle in its entirely (excerpt from the Health and Human Services website):

“The voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential. This means that the person involved should have legal capacity to give consent; should be so situated as to be able to exercise free power of choice, without the intervention of any element of force, fraud, deceit, duress, over-reaching, or other ulterior form of constraint or coercion; and should have sufficient knowledge and comprehension of the elements of the subject matter involved, as to enable him to make an understanding and enlightened decision.”

In the end, Governor Brown disregarded the precepts of the Hippocratic Oath and Nuremberg Code in favor of the monied interests which stand to profit handsomely from the sale and administration of prescribed vaccines.

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California vaccine bill SB 277 signed into law by Jerry Brown
Contra Costa Times
June 30, 2015

Governor Brown Signs Legislation June 30, 2015

Drug Companies Donated Millions to California Lawmakers Prior to Forced Vaccination Bill
Christina Sarich
Natural Society
June 21, 2015

Primum non nocere
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Reforming Vaccine Policy & Law
A Guide Published by the National Vaccine Information Center
Copyright © 2014

SaneVax, Inc.

Texas Clinics Turning Away Unvaccinated Children. Hippocratic oath takes backseat to Big Pharma inoculation program
Adam Salazar | InfoWars
June 30, 2015

SB 277 Signing Message by California Governor Brown

Office of the Governor

June 30, 2015

To the Members of the California State Senate:

SB 277 has occasioned widespread interest and controversy — with both proponents and opponents expressing their positions with eloquence and sincerity. After carefully reviewing the materials and arguments that have been presented, I have decided to sign this bill.

The science is clear that vaccines dramatically protect children against a number of infectious and dangerous diseases. While it’s true that no medical intervention is without risk, the evidence shows that immunization powerfully benefits and protects the community…


Edmund G. Brown, Jr.

California Governor Brown violates the Nurenberg Code by signing the SB 277 mandatory vaccine bill
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