California Will Be The First Since Nazi Germany

The True Purpose of CA SB276

By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Children’s Health Defense Chairman

Merck introduced its measles vaccine in 1963, claiming the vaccine would convey lifelong immunity equivalent to a natural infection, with health officials promising that 55% vaccine coverage would produce “herd immunity” sufficient to eradicate measles by 1967.

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vaccinations

Attention Opens The Door

Preface

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attention
embodied intelligence

The Belonging Hoax

Of course we need to belong. Life is relationship. The words abandonment, bonding and attachment rest on the primacy of belonging. The relatively new field of epigenetics, the way the environment shapes gene expression, molding the very essence of life to the ever-changing environment, demonstrates how important it is to belong. Belonging is a matter of life and death, and deep down, we know it.

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attachment
bonding

Profound Respect and Admiration for Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

There are flag waving patriots who preach the corporate-state party line, sending our children to endless wars, and there are real patriots who stand up, challenge and reveal corruption in that corporate-state. Robert F. Kennedy Jr., is heroic in his advocacy for children’s wellbeing and safety. We must all do the same. mm

August 15, 2019

Americans Can Handle an Open Discussion on Vaccines—RFK, Jr. Responds to Criticism from His Family

CHD NOTE: In early May 2019, Politico Magazine published an article written by three of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s relatives, criticizing his advocacy for safe vaccines. After numerous requests, Politico magazine has refused to publish his response.

By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

  

My uncle and my father argued that in a free and open society, the response to difficult questions should never be to shut down debate. What we need is science, not censorship.

Three of my Kennedy relatives recently published an article criticizing my advocacy for safe vaccines. Our contentious family dispute highlights the fierce national donnybrook over vaccinations that has divided communities and raised doubts about the Democratic Party’s commitment to some of its defining values: abhorrence of censorship, wariness toward excessive corporate power, support for free speech, religious freedom, and personal sovereignty over our bodies, and the rights of citizens (codified in the Nuremberg Code and other treaties to which we are signatories) to decline unwanted government-mandated medical interventions. The debate has also raised questions about the independence of our press and its role as a champion of free speech, and First Amendment rights and as a bulwark against overreaching by government and corporations.

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vaccinations
freedom
culture

Manifest Destiny

Embedded deep in the human psyche is the perception of comparison, pecking order, a biological imperative. But then, the newly evolved neocortex, with its vast capacity to imagine, steps in and conjures whatever it needs to justify one’s position on the ladder: class, superiority, racism, bigotry, religious dogma, and prejudice for profit. We make up concepts that advance, leverage and maintain our pecking-order-status, at the expense of others, of course, which is how the game is played. Theistic religions and our prevailing political-social fabric, including gender inequity, is cast on this foundation. The more fundamental, therefore conservative, the more that deep, often tacit, white supremacy, and its implicit imagined-racism, percolates.

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freedom
culture

Distracted by Design

We are living in strange times but nothing that we are experiencing was not warned about long ago.
We are just too busy, distracted by design, to notice the persistent patterns.

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media
freedom
democracy
vaccinations

Toxic, Toxic and more Toxic

The toxic load is crushing our children - toxic food, toxic water, toxic air and toxic injections. Add this to overstressed parents, corporate-media-technological exploitation of children, the depressing impact of social media on children and adults, the collapse of experiential relationships with nature, the loss of authentic free play, and the long standing failure of compulsory mass education to meet the astonishing learning capacity of every new human being. Anyone and everyone who cares about or for children must step up and take proactive actions to ‘do no harm,’ to human life’s most precious and sacred resource. No more excuses. This is the moment.

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parenting

Censorship

We think that what we think is what we think. But Wait! We invented very, very few of the thoughts, ideas and beliefs that define our lives and our behaviors. Most we catch, like a cold or the flue, from others and the environment and the internet is the global environment. Control what is experienced on the net and those influences shape our lives, all of our lives, our choices, what we do, our very consciousness. Big Data knows this, always has. Below is a look into the future of Big Data and how personal profiling, the data points collected with each ‘click’, take on a life of their own – and whose watching.

Watch Google’s The Selfish Ledger (leaked internal video)

Protecting Your Children From?

Perhaps you have noticed; the planet is melting, the oceans are full of plastic and our children are the sickest of any prior generation. Dr. Frankenstein is indeed, alive and well.

I admire Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. He and Barbara Loe Fisher, co-founder and president of the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) with Joseph Mercola, MD, are doing everything they can to counter the pro-vaxx propaganda-machine. With Google and Facebook censorship, along with other social media networks, these agents of facts and informed consent are relying more on personal networks rather than on the convenience of social media giants to share their important mission and passion. Something we must all do. Please see Mercola's report on media giant's censorship of critical informatin about vaccine safety.

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vaccinations
freedom

Contempt for the Commons

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freedom
culture
democracy

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