You don't need to print out everything from @ashleyeverly's Vaccine Guide. But if you do, this is what it looks like. https://vaccine.guide

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"Are you fighting for your parental rights? For your right to choose? It’s time to strategize. You have probably heard, “Where there is Risk, there must be Choice.” This will always be a failing argument until the illusion of vaccine-induced herd immunity is widely understood and acknowledged. The pro-vaccine-mandate side maintains the claim that herd immunity is necessary to protect the vulnerable among us. We can cry “My rights! My rights!” as much as we want. It. Does. Not. Matter. Public health >>> personal rights. They have labeled us as carriers of disease. According to the World Health Organization “unvaccinated” is essentially synonymous with “infectious”. Anytime anyone who actually believes vaccines have saved us from dying of infectious diseases, hears “Where there is risk, there must be choice,” they must laugh to themselves. They think, “Ok. So your choice to not vaccinate, might kill someone else when you transmit a vaccine ‘preventable’ disease, and you think it should be your right to do this?” We have all been inundated with the propaganda from birth. Most people don’t believe vaccines cause real harm. They don’t understand that the damage is widespread among us. They have no concept of the reality of vaccine injury in our country. They really believe that the risk of harm is one in a million. So when we say we have the right to choose...? They see us claiming the “right” to inevitably harm others, in the one in a million off chance that our child might experience an unpleasant, moderate injury. Do we have the right to make choices that can physically harm others? Of course not. Is their belief rooted in reality? No. But this is why it’s so easy for legislators to steamroll anyone who claims their rights. And this is why we are seeing polls where such a shockingly large percentage of the results are in support of mandates. This is what it is all predicated on, and that is how this is being sold. Therefore, fighting for parental rights and health freedom is not going to win this. We must first win the war on people’s minds and break the foundation of their religious belief in the false savior of mankind, “the Vaccine”. The idea that vaccines are effective must be unraveled. They cannot provide herd immunity nor protect the vulnerable. We have to show we care about the vulnerable. We have to help others understand that vaccines are only increasing the size of our vulnerable population. Chronic illness, autoimmunity, and cancer in children, has steadily risen along with the number of vaccines being administered. There is a clear link between vaccines and autoimmunity, and vaccines have never been tested for their ability to cause cancer (mutagenicity or carcinogenicity). The widespread corruption must be exposed, everywhere. Vaccine manufacturers know their toxic, untested products harm and kill, and they maintain major influence over medical education, regulatory agencies like the CDC and FDA, our legislators, and the media. Our health is not the concern. Their profits are the concern. This is an ideological war. It is a war on a deadly belief system. We won’t win it by demanding our rights be recognized. Sure, some libertarians will identify with that. But it’s not enough. Not nearly enough. We saw how that went in California. And do you know what *really* hurts our argument? When we react and respond by being rude, snide, disrespectful, angry, etc. I received SO MANY MESSAGES from people about the CBS 2 Boise Town Hall discussion... do you know what people most commonly thanked me for? For being calm, respectful, and sharing factual information - without the aggression behind it. How many times have any of us gained a listener by being snarky or lacking compassion? Anyone who is even just slightly a believer in vaccines, will stop hearing us, when we do this. And don’t forget, there are many silent readers, and they pay attention to how we treat others. If we are going to make any headway, we have to show we care. And that requires us to care about how we interact with those who disagree with us. I’ll finish with this: We aren’t going to change anyone’s mind if we continue to stand there shouting about our rights. We have to focus on uprooting the beliefs which serve as the foundation for taking our rights away. And we won’t get ANYWHERE unless this can be done, in love." -- From a post by toxicologist @ashleyeverly

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"Are you fighting for your parental rights? For your right to choose? It’s time to strategize. You have probably heard, “Where there is Risk, there must be Choice.” This will always be a failing argument until the illusion of vaccine-induced herd immunity is widely understood and acknowledged. The pro-vaccine-mandate side maintains the claim that herd immunity is necessary to protect the vulnerable among us. We can cry “My rights! My rights!” as much as we want. It. Does. Not. Matter. Public health >>> personal rights. They have labeled us as carriers of disease. According to the World Health Organization “unvaccinated” is essentially synonymous with “infectious”. Anytime anyone who actually believes vaccines have saved us from dying of infectious diseases, hears “Where there is risk, there must be choice,” they must laugh to themselves. They think, “Ok. So your choice to not vaccinate, might kill someone else when you transmit a vaccine ‘preventable’ disease, and you think it should be your right to do this?” We have all been inundated with the propaganda from birth. Most people don’t believe vaccines cause real harm. They don’t understand that the damage is widespread among us. They have no concept of the reality of vaccine injury in our country. They really believe that the risk of harm is one in a million. So when we say we have the right to choose...? They see us claiming the “right” to inevitably harm others, in the one in a million off chance that our child might experience an unpleasant, moderate injury. Do we have the right to make choices that can physically harm others? Of course not. Is their belief rooted in reality? No. But this is why it’s so easy for legislators to steamroll anyone who claims their rights. And this is why we are seeing polls where such a shockingly large percentage of the results are in support of mandates. This is what it is all predicated on, and that is how this is being sold. Therefore, fighting for parental rights and health freedom is not going to win this. We must first win the war on people’s minds and break the foundation of their religious belief in the false savior of mankind, “the Vaccine”. The idea that vaccines are effective must be unraveled. They cannot provide herd immunity nor protect the vulnerable. We have to show we care about the vulnerable. We have to help others understand that vaccines are only increasing the size of our vulnerable population. Chronic illness, autoimmunity, and cancer in children, has steadily risen along with the number of vaccines being administered. There is a clear link between vaccines and autoimmunity, and vaccines have never been tested for their ability to cause cancer (mutagenicity or carcinogenicity). The widespread corruption must be exposed, everywhere. Vaccine manufacturers know their toxic, untested products harm and kill, and they maintain major influence over medical education, regulatory agencies like the CDC and FDA, our legislators, and the media. Our health is not the concern. Their profits are the concern. This is an ideological war. It is a war on a deadly belief system. We won’t win it by demanding our rights be recognized. Sure, some libertarians will identify with that. But it’s not enough. Not nearly enough. We saw how that went in California. And do you know what *really* hurts our argument? When we react and respond by being rude, snide, disrespectful, angry, etc. I received SO MANY MESSAGES from people about the CBS 2 Boise Town Hall discussion... do you know what people most commonly thanked me for? For being calm, respectful, and sharing factual information - without the aggression behind it. How many times have any of us gained a listener by being snarky or lacking compassion? Anyone who is even just slightly a believer in vaccines, will stop hearing us, when we do this. And don’t forget, there are many silent readers, and they pay attention to how we treat others. If we are going to make any headway, we have to show we care. And that requires us to care about how we interact with those who disagree with us. I’ll finish with this: We aren’t going to change anyone’s mind if we continue to stand there shouting about our rights. We have to focus on uprooting the beliefs which serve as the foundation for taking our rights away. And we won’t get ANYWHERE unless this can be done, in love." -- From a post by toxicologist @ashleyeverly

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