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MANDATORY VACCINE PROTEST LONDON SATURDAY 3 OCT(1 Post)
IMPORTANT: POLICE HAVE ALTERED VENUE SLIGHTLY, IT IS JUST UP THE STREET FROM PREVIOUS VENUE, BUT PLEASE TAKE NOTE, IT'S OLD PALACE YARD!!!!
Saturday, 3rd October 2009 at 12 Noon - Opposite House of Lords, Old Palace Yard,Westminster, London, till about 2pm
MANDATORY VACCINE PROTEST SATURDAY 3 OCT
PLEASE see below. This is an immensely important piece of information. Here is a measure that erodes our freedom and democratic rights as inhabitants of this country. If this policy goes ahead it will bring health risk to many thousands. Do pass this message on to your friends and neighbours.
Maybe see you at the protest - which looks like a wonderfully sane, sensible and organised one.
Mandatory Vaccine Protest, London, UK
Saturday, 3rd October 2009 at 12 Noon - Houses of Parliament, Parliament Square Garden, Westminster, London, till about 2pm
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) have taken over the control of the UK vaccination schedule and now have the power to bring in new vaccines without government approval even if they haven't been safety tested. Prior to this, all new vaccines would have to pass through parliament and be voted on before they were introduced. Now the government is compelled to agree with anything JCVI say, even if there is no science to back it up.
JCVI are also exploring whether to get a 'guardian of the state' for all unvaccinated children and sue their parents to FORCE them to vaccinate - this means that vegetarians will be forced to take animal products via vaccines, people will be forced to be injected with cancer-causing chemicals and those people who have already had vaccine reactions and disabilities will have their lives put at risk.
They write in their meeting minutes:
'What exactly right meant [under the new NHS constitution] with respect to the right of a child to receive a vaccine when their parents were opposed to vaccination and
* How the constitution affected the recommendations of the JCVI with respect to legal challenge. See the meeting minutes here:
Those on the committee are also on the boards of the drug companies who make vaccines and so are profiting from their recommendations.
To safeguard our right to choose the healthcare for ourselves and our children, Vaccination Awareness Network, the advocacy group for parents who don't vaccinate, will be protesting against mandatory vaccination and conflict of interest.
If you are a parent who doesn't vaccinate, if you would like to choose which vaccines you have, if you or a loved one are vaccine injured, please come along and show your support outside the Houses of Parliament, Westminster at 12 noon on Saturday 3rd October 2009.
What you will need:
A banner or poster
Some change for Veggies food
Waterproof coats in case it rains - there is NO undercover shelter
Some people are wearing T shirts with anti swine flu vaccine or other health freedom slogans on them, myself included
Some people have suggested coming dressed as rabbits because the vaccine has not undergone clinical trials (we are the trial) - so fancy dress is permitted and might even be nice for the little ones
Please NO loudspeakers, sound surround systems or big TV's and DO NOT attach anything to the garden unless it can be removed afterwards.
NO alcohol, NO VIOLENCE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES - remember, there are babies, toddlers, pregnant mothers and disabled people who will be present.
There is no parking on site but there is a car park nearby called Abingdon car park where you can park your car and we will have a steward or two to help you find your way.
We will also have a trained first aider on site in case of a medical need.
Babies and children are welcome.
Please contact Jo on 0870 444 0894 if you require more information.
AMENITY DETAILS FOR THOSE ATTENDING THE PROTEST
Exit direction Parliament from Westminster Tube
Or get a river bus to Westminster pier
Car Park Abingdon on Great College Street
Broad Sanctuary Loos near square 50p
Tube loos 20p opposite square
Loos in Cafe of the Methodist Hall near square
3rd is last day of parliament tours
Square has taken 700 but was packed
8 benches and steps to sit on in square
(A bus with more than 9 seats is OK)
7 free bays on Tothill, first come.. but drop off areas too and advise was to drive around block
tel 020 7005 0055 if you need
ST JAMES PARK
4 mins walk down Great Goerge Street, or via whatever street the veggie van is parked!
Meet first corner opposite War Rooms
Free toilets in park
COME WITH SMILE!
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