Is the New Zealand government considering forcing you to vaccinate your child?‏ via email on April 16th

Dear Readers:
At the link below is the report of the Health Select Committee hearing evidence on how to “improve” [increase] “immunisation” [vaccination] rates in New Zealand, which was released on March 24, 2011.
In 2010 Jonathan Eisen and I (among many other intelligent and well informed people) appeared before this committee and contributed evidence of the harm caused by vaccination in the faint hope that the members of the committee would realise that increasing vaccination rates is likely to cause a deterioration in the health of New Zealand children.   However, the committee (under the leadership of Dr Paul Hutchison) has produced a report that not only recommends raising the targeted vaccination rate but potentially penalising parents by linking “existing parental benefits” to vaccination, as well as attendance at early childhood centres and schools with children’s vaccination status.  If the government accepts the recommendations in the report, it appears that parents will be forced to choose whether their child has no vaccinations or all vaccinations on the schedule.  Please forward this message widely and visit the website  as soon as you can for more information and for ideas  on how you can help with the campaign to resist the erosion of human rights threatened by this Report.

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1 Response to Is the New Zealand government considering forcing you to vaccinate your child?‏

  1. Itroll says:

    Providing parents with reliable information about the efficacy and safety of vaccination is a far better way of increasing the vaccination rates and hence the health of New Zealand children. Forced vaccination will just piss people off – no one likes being forced to do something.
    I didn’t like the motorcycle helmet law when it was imposed, even though I always wore a helmet anyway when motorcycling.

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