Reason for forms:
The most frequently asked question VacLib receives these days is how to deal
with a school district, daycare or employer who insists that you or your
child must have a particular shot or shots in order to continue employment
or participation in the daycare or school program.
It is absolutely vital
that you are prepared to deal with this situation without acquiescing to
forced medical experimentation. If you are in a state that does not have a
philosophical or personal conviction exemption to vaccinations, or other
state enforced treatment with psychiatric drugs, it is imperative that you
use these two forms as a template in creating your own form for the
bureaucrats or doctors enforcing or administering the particular drug to
If they refuse to sign it, tell them that you have knowledge of a
person that is permanently disabled as a result of the Hepatitis B vaccine
(the most frequent requirement for healthcare employment.) This person you
know of is currently unemployed and has not received any just compensation
for their injury, forcing them into abject poverty.
Insist that this form
is strictly for your protection so that you do not end up in the same
predicament. If the risk of an adverse reaction is as rare as they want us
to believe, they should have no problem playing Russian roulette and
signing the form. Afterall, you are being coerced into playing Russian
roulette with your health!
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