US Take Action: Italian Senate votes to repeal mandatory vaccine laws Take Action! Why not here?

Aug 10, 2018 by

     The Italian Senate just voted to repeal a 2017 law requiring all children in Italy to get 10 vaccines as a requirement to attend school. Passage of the law in the Italian parliament is expected early next year, but in the meantime enforcement of the law has been suspended.  Italy’s Senate voted to rejoin the majority of developed democracies that allow parents the final say on what is injected into their children’s bodies. Parents have the final say in the UK, Ireland, Japan, Canada, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, and many other developed democracies. All of these countries have lower infant and maternal death rates, and higher first day survival rates for newborns, than the US. If Italy can do it, why not here in the US?

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Please click on the take action link to send messages to your state and federal representatives and the President saying that you, and you alone, want to make the decision about what is injected into your body and your children’s body. Right now these decisions are made by politicians on the payroll of the vaccine industry, and bureaucrats who put the interests of the vaccine industry ahead of your children’s health. And the whole racket is spurred on by media whose single largest source of advertising dollars comes from the drug companies that make vaccines.

The timing of the two leading Italian political parties that passed the 2017 law, could not have been worse for them. In a stunning electoral defeat in March, the two largest Italian parties were annihilated at the polls by Italian voters, replaced by the two upstart parties that form the current government.  The Italian Senate vote follows the passage of a law that repealed the need to get a note from a physician stating that a child had all the required vaccines to attend school.

Contrary to what you may seen in most media reports, Italy only implemented mandatory vaccination laws to attend school in 2017, in the wake of what critics allege was a massive bribery scheme led by GlaxoSmithKline, the world’s largest vaccine company. Recent efforts by the vaccine industry, similar to those in Italy, have rolled back parental rights in Australia, France, and Germany. Given events in Italy, and the dismal poll numbers for the governments of France’s Macron and Germany’s Merkel, it will be interesting to see what happens in those countries,

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1 Comment

  1. Elijah Varga

    Bravo, bravo, viva Italia

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