10,000 potential students at Austin Community College are saying NO to the required college vaccinations by refusing to enroll at the school, reports NaturalNews. This due to the fact that the students collectively believe that vaccine requirements encroach their rights:
Vaccine refusal is a basic human right that has been often challenged by the pro-vaccine “authorities” from the local well-meaning pediatrician to the government officials all the way down to the school administrators. Even though no school or other agency can force anyone to take a vaccination, policies are written to give the distinct impression that the inoculations are compulsory. Any school administrator who says a student will be refused enrollment without a vaccine is lying. read more here
By Shelley Tzorfas: Austin Community College enrollment has gone down by 15%. More than 500 classes have been cancelled. The students know that they have a right to refuse vaccines. People are forgetting that vaccination is a medical procedure and like all medical procedures, it comes with risks. Perhaps these young people feel that the aluminum, mercury or embalming fluid might disrupt their immune system?
Perhaps they are concerned as young people who had been repeatedly vaccinated just a few years older than themselves, are having issues trying to have children of their own? Perhaps they paid attention to every new fertility clinic that has moved into the neighborhood, something their parents had never needed? Maybe they are frightened of the escalating epidemics of Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, Diabetes or Autism, but now these kids are taking initiative. They are speaking with their wallets! After all, the push for kids to get 70 vaccines is entwined with money. Public school districts have been receiving large sums of money if the majority of the children are vaccinated. That is why so many families are pushed or frightened into vaccinating while they watch as other children become ill from the vaccines.
College students do HAVE the RIGHT to refuse vaccinations and apparently in Austin, someone has done a good job of teaching these kids to think for themselves and not simply “Follow the Herd.” Having a vaccine EXEMPTION for religious, philosophical or medical is a right…”
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