Monday, March 25, 2013

Connecticut Rep Pushing Forced Medication, Believes Allowing Parents to Use Religious Exemptions To Opt-Out Of Vaccinations A Mistake

The President of Danbury Nurses' Union, Mary Consoli, was testifying last week, at a state Public Health Committee public hearing, in opposition to a bill that would force vaccinate all health care workers in the state, when Connecticut State Representative Peter Tercyak went on a patronizing rant directed towards Consoli, and anyone else that is against forced medication, that included his belief that "maybe we've been to generous with allowing parents to claim a religious exemption", in regards to children who enter public schools without receiving the 'required' immunizations.

The five-minute exchange between Consoli and Tercyak, began at about 14 hours and 17 minutes into an extremely lengthy fifteen hour public hearing, which can be viewed, in it's entirety, here.  (Sidenote: If anyone reading this has any information, or instructions, in regards to how I would be able to record and capture a good quality short video clip of this exchange, from this fifteen hour stream, please e-mail me:

It is worth reading, hearing, and viewing, more of what Representative Peter Tercyak had to say during this exchange.  When Mary Consoli replied "No, what I'm saying is", in an attempt to correct Representative Tercyak for misrepresenting her beliefs, Rep Tercyak arrogantly cut her off and began:
"What your saying is you don't think people should have to take flu shots..."

When Mary Consoli was able to reply, she reminded the Representative that children are allowed a religious waiver to enter school without immunizations.  Rep Tercyak then snobbishly replied:
"Yes, and now we see many of the disease we thought we eradicated, coming back, and it will be interesting to see how many many parents have to stay up all night worrying about their children dy...*correcting himself*...their childrens effects from whooping cough, before we decide maybe we've been too generous with allowing parents to claim a religious exemption"
Rep Tercyak eventually realized he was being a douche-bag (to say it best), and he began apologizing to Mary Consoli, after, again, condescendingly cutting her off:
"Ok I'm very sorry mam. I'm very sorry for going on like this.  You came to testify and you did. I thank you very much. You didn't come to be interrogated by me.  Excuse me thank you.  Thank you very much for you indulgence madame chair, next time I try this, you can slap me."
Representative Tercyak seems to embody the control-freak, pyschopath mentality that I have come to loathe in politicians.  The comment, 'maybe WE'VE been too generous', gets me angry.  It is implying that Representative Tercyak believes that he, being a part of the 'we' (the elite, the lords, the royalty) is being generous in allowing the peasants (us) to decide what goes into their bodies.  

Also, Rep. Tercyak seems to believe that there is an increase in whooping cough cases, as a result of parents who have chosen not to vaccinate their children.  The evidence does not support his belief.  One study done by Dr. David Witt, an infectious disease specialist at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in San Rafael, California, expected to see a rise in whooping cough among unvaccinated children, but actually ended up showing that whooping cough outbreaks are HIGHER among vaccinated children compared with unvaccinated children.  From the report:
"We started dissecting the data. What was very surprising was the majority of cases were in fully vaccinated children. That's what started catching our attention," said Dr. David Witt.
Of the 132 patients with whooping cough, under age 18, 81 percent were up to date on recommended whooping cough shots and eight percent had never been vaccinated. The other 11 percent had received at least one shot, but not the complete series.

Manufacturing the whooping cough vaccine seems to be a great business;  the vaccine causes more whooping cough, yet doctors continue recommending the vaccine to prevent whooping cough.  A never ending cycle of profit!

I am sure the medical "experts" will have some way to combat, and twist, this information to recommend that we should have MORE vaccines, as a result.  That is why instead of a scientific argument against forced medication, my argument is for liberty; LEAVE ME ALONE.

If you believe in the effectiveness of vaccines, then YOU get them, but leave me alone.  If you think my unvaccinated child is a threat to your child, in public school, then YOU send your child to some special school, either that, or, give me my tax money back, that went into the public school, so I can have the resources to home school my child.  We have the right to decide what goes into our bodies, not the government.

CT State Representative Peter Tercyak Pushing Forced Medication pt 1 (video)

CT State Representative Peter Tercyak Pushing Forced Medication pt 2 (video)

Related Stories:

  • Connecticut: Registered Nurses Speak Out Against New Bill That Would Force Vaccinate All Health Care Workers In The State - March 21, 2013 (link)
  • Know Your Reps! CT State Senator Joe Markley Wants Fluoride Out Of The Water, and A Ban On Mandatory Flu Shots - March 07, 2013 (link)
  • President Obama's 23 Executive Actions; Federal Spy Doctors, Forced Medication & Involuntary Commitment - January 21, 2013 (link)
  • TV Doctors Are Paid To Push Drugs and Vaccines - January 16, 2013 (link)
  • Legislators Pushing Forced Medication In Wake of CT School Shooting - December 22, 2012 (link)
  • Newtown, CT School Shooting: Medication, Tragedy, Truth, & Conspiracy - December 18, 2012 (link)

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