[Editor's Note: Here is where the rubber meets the road. This
is PRECISELY the sort of stampede methodology they will use to get you to
comply with all sorts of fascist dictums to enroll your children into the
ranks of the Damned and the Micro-chipped. You need to know your
rights and not allow yourself to become victimized by these brainwashed
administrative robots working for Big Brother. If I was a parent of one
of the kids in this school, I would have immediately insisted on filling
out the vaccine exemption form (see
bottom of this page) that is available in every state. If they made
it impossible for me to avoid the shot with a vaccine exemption form, I
would have pulled my child out of that school and immediately arranged for
home schooling. This matter is too serious and the consequences are too
dangerous to your child to passively accept these vaccinations!
School Parents everywhere: These are YOUR kids. They don't
belong to the state or the federal government or the local school
board or your school. They belong to you and YOU have the RIGHT and the
OBLIGATION to protect them from the DIABOLICAL deceit behind these forced
vaccinations, from the UNKNOWN elements that might be concealed in those
vaccines, and from the KNOWN dangers presented by 'ordinary' vaccines. Refuse
vaccinations! The scare stories and the propaganda put out by state, federal,
and local government hacks trying to convince you of the necessity and 'requirements'
for vaccinations are built on a mountain of lies! Do not fall for their
lies and jeopardize your own children! Tell them NO!
By Jaime Powell Caller-Times
Jan. 6, 2004
Shots needle hundreds of children
Students have 2 days to update vaccines
By Jaime Powell Caller-Times
January 6, 2004
Squirming did not help. Neither did dancing just out of the
reach of the syringe when Julian Trevino got the first of four immunizations
Monday. When the needle poked his arm, he squealed.
"No more! Mommmmmmmm. I don't want any more!"
Julian was one of more than 1,000 children taking part in
an effort to get Corpus Christi Independent School District students immunized.
The free immunization clinic at Ray High School was for children ages 4
to 18 years.
Julian's sister Victoria Delagarza, 9, tried to reassure him
while a second nurse eyed his bandaged arms for a place to give him his
final shot of the day.
"Don't move so much this time and it won't hurt so bad,"
she said. "You have to have it."
Julian is among 2,000 local students who must have their immunizations
up to date by Thursday, when they start back to school after the holidays.
Students who do not comply will be sent home from school.
Texas law requires students to be immunized against certain
illnesses to attend public or private schools.
Requirements include immunizations for Hepatitis A, measles-mumps-rubella,
diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis, polio, Hepatitis B, tetanus, Varicella (chicken
pox), and Haemophilus influenza type B.
Hundreds of people crowded the hall leading into the school
cafeteria Monday, jostling for a spot in the lines that seemed to go on
"I hope all 2,000 show up because that is how many need
shots," said Melinda Gonzales, the school district's interim coordinator
for student health services.
Texas Department of Health spokeswoman Mari Munoz helped coordinate
the clinic. She estimated that at least 1,000 students would get immunizations
Monday. She is worried about the rest.
"They'll stay out of school and they have had all year
to do this," she said. "I am still shocked at the number of kids
who have not had the immunizations."
One reason for the rush Monday was a new Hepatitis A vaccine
requirement, which took effect Aug. 1, 2003. Parents were notified last
February that children born on or after Sept. 2, 1992, would need two doses
of hepatitis A vaccine.
Munoz said she could understand why some children still had
not been immunized against Hepatitis A because it is a fairly new requirement.
For immunizations other than that, she said, there is no excuse.
"We are seeing 4-year-olds who have not had any shots,"
Nurses across the district have tried to make sure students
were immunized, said Woodlawn Elementary nurse Olivia Perez.
"I stayed up at night writing letters," she said.
"Fourth letters, fifth letters. I did phone calls. I tried everything.
I had 353 who needed shots at the beginning of the year. I am down to 32.
I sure hope they are getting them today."
Julian's mother, Esmeralda Trevino, said she was sorry she
had waited until the last minute. She was in line for more than an hour
to get her three children in. She said it was worth the wait.
"I don't have Medicaid or anything so this helped me
out a lot," she said. "Six shots. They are all caught up now."
Contact Jaime Powell at 886-3716 or email@example.com
I wanted to send you a document on the wording needed to obtain
the Texas conscientious exemption form from the health dept. Thought maybe
you would like to post the text on your website for everyone so they in
Texas can abstain from these vaccines. I do have exemptions for most states
available and there are some already loaded onto the Vac Lib website. http://www.vaclib.org/pdf/exemption.htm
Texas Department of Health
1100 West 49th Street
Austin, TX 78756
RE: Exemption from Immunizations for Reasons of Conscience
Dear Immunization Division:
I wish to obtain an Exemption from Immunizations for Reasons of Conscience
Affidavit Form. Please provide me with an exemption affidavit form for each
of my children listed below:
Child's Full Name (first, middle, last)
Date of Birth (mm/dd/yyyy)
Number of additional affidavit forms needed for this child (not to exceed
5 forms): _______
Please mail my affidavit form(s) to:
Name of Parent/Legal Guardian:_________________________________________________________
Street address: ______________________________________________________________________
Telephone Number (Optional) __________________________________________________________
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