I do not consent
I am writing this post today to bring attention to a campaign by two amazing women from Windsor, Ontario. In response to kids being forced to take the vaccine in order for them to get their normal life back is wrong. Now they are going after the younger children 5-11 years old. Kelly Lausch-Baxter came up with the concept of temporary tattoos for kids with the words “I do not Consent ” and spoke with Sherri Jones who made car decals and got the tattoos ordered. Parents need to send the message with their children that they do not consent. This message must go far and wide. What happened to “Where there is a risk – we must have a choice”
My hope when you get one of the tattoos, is to take a photo of your child’s arm (not faces) and make this go viral on Instagram, Tik Tok and Facebook. Send a strong message to our Government that they can not use our children as guinea pigs. Statistics have not shown children of this age group to be HIGH risk. And there is no information on how they are changing the vaccine for use for children. There is no liability for the vaccine manufacturers and our Government is not making it easy to report these serious side effects. What is the limit? How many deaths? How many side effects? How serious do the side effects have to be? We know that ALL vaccines have side effects, but in my lifetime I have never seen this many.
A vaccine took the life of a boy who just wanted to play hockey. The story of the girl who volunteered to be in the trials is now in a wheelchair with a feeding tube. These are just a few examples and there are thousands more. It is becoming increasingly difficult to see the word “rare” being used so often in terms of deaths and side effects when the list keeps growing. Right now the Government is balancing Risk vs Benefit. These vaccines would not even be approved if it was not for the Emergency Act whereby the Government agrees that the Vaccine makers can not be sued.
In a Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) document that lays out planning guidance for vaccines in the event of a pandemic, the agency recommends using indemnity clauses to keep the inoculation process moving.
“To prevent delays in release of the vaccine at time of pandemic, the pandemic vaccine supply contract stipulates that the Government of Canada will indemnify the manufacturer against any claims or lawsuits brought against it by third parties,” the document reads.
If you would like to send a STRONG message to schools, the government I would highly recommend you join the Facebook group in order to get your Car Decal, and temporary tattoo for your child.
***An update from another parent who sent these to educate other parents. Put your camera over the QR codes to get to the article.