Everyone is focused on the election of our new President, Donald Trump. Response is varied across the Healthcare Freedom movement. Given that Trump is a States Rights Advocate, it seems the California Elections have much more relevance to us here in California.
Let’s celebrate our victory
California Health Freedom Activists organized an campaigned against Anaheim Republican Assembly member Young Kim, who went against party lines, voting Yes on SB 277. And effectively ended her short political career.
For my next installment, we are going to visit feedback from blog and social commentary on my previous post, “Kicked to the curb for refusing to vaccinate…”. Of course, owing all due credit to the bloggers who inspired that post, their ideas have led to a virtual feeding frenzy of new ideas to most effectively target unfriendly doctors and sic the system on them.
In this post, we will explore a few of them.
An ounce of thoughtfulness is worth a pound of Jurisprudence…
Perhaps the most important bit of feedback that presented itself is: Make sure you file only legitimate complaints with the Medical Boards. This can’t be stressed enough. You could potentially face legal consequences for filing false reports. For anything outside of a strictly factual and legitimate report, I’ll have to refer you to a lawyer of your choice.
That said, nobody should fear filing an accurate complaint against a doctor who treated you or your child. Use your heads.
Is this Part 1 in “Tales from The Rabbit Hole”? I’m not sure, I think past posts qualify for that designation. This is kind of a meta post, where I’ve observed a connection between a couple of recent blog posts, by Levi Quackenboss and JB Handley.
So open your tray table and tilt your seat back while I take you on a short journey connecting the dots.
Done Playing Nice
In Levi’s recent post, “Done playing nice” she (or is it he?) echoes a call to action by an individual (s)he declines to name:
“Here’s the plan: if you’ve got a kid who became autistic, allergic, epileptic, or diabetic after childhood vaccines, you’ve got to file a complaint against that doctor. Gone are the days of being told it was a coincidence. No more will we quietly find a like-minded physician and transfer care. Today is the day to take the first step to standing up and saying, “What happened to my child was unacceptable, and it’s time they answer for it.”
The basic idea is to flood medical boards across the nation with complaints against doctors for their failures to achieve informed consent when vaccinating your children. Before I drill down into the beauty of this tactic, let me digress for a second here, to recall a bumper sticker I saw some 25 or so years ago while driving up the 101 near Morro Bay, CA:
“BUREAUCRACY: THE PROCESS OF CONVERTING ENERGY INTO SOLID WASTE”
Got that? The machine comes pre-built with features that amplify your rage against it.
As many of you already know, the California Attorney General has filed a complaint against Dr. Bob Sears with the California Medical Board, for writing a Medical Exemption for a vaccine injured child. This despite Senator Pan’s reassurances that the Medical Exemption would remain a viable option for children needing it.
This is the line in the sand. What’s at stake here is your Doctor’s freedom to be a Doctor and use their own skills and analysis to determine if a treatment is valid for a patient.
Perspective by Alan Hysinger – Health Freedom Activist
In the last few days, some pirated copies of Vaxxed have been making the rounds on various activist Facebook groups. I get it, people want to see the film. I personally only got to watch it about a week ago. It took that long for the forces in our life to favorably converge: someone to watch the little one, a little surplus in our budget, and a night my wife and I were both available that coincided with a Vaxxed Screening.
This is not an infomercial. Really…
But I want to increase awareness of two new ways Vaxxed is being distributed.
The screening my wife and I went to was one of the first “Theatrical On Demand” screenings of Vaxxed. Anyone willing to sign up as a Movie Captain can bring Vaxxed to their city or town. When enough tickets are sold, the movie tips, and is on the schedule. If it doesn’t tip, nobody pays a dime. All the nitty gritty details are handled by Gathr Films. All a Movie Captain needs is some enthusiasm and some ways to reach their potential audience. Continue reading How to pirate Vaxxed…and why you should think twice before doing so.
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