Last month, I shared a post about the U.S. National Adult Immunization Plan (NAIP), which is something that every U.S. adult should be made aware of. Your opportunity to submit a comment on the NAIP has been extended to Monday, March 23, 2015, so there is still time!
The NAIP, in effect, "piggybacks" on the current U.S. recommended vaccine schedule for children. Our children are to get 36 vaccines by the age of 18 months; 49 vaccines before the age of 6 and 69 doses of 16 different vaccines by age 18. Click here for the list of vaccines.
With vaccine choice rights and religious and personal belief exemptions being threatened throughout the United States; you, your children and grandchildren could be forced to get all the vaccines on the government recommended childhood vaccine schedule, beginning in pregnancy, continuing with the adult schedule at age 18 and whatever new ones are added to the schedule until death!
Click on the image below for a clearer picture of the "recommended" adult vaccine schedule as well as details that include the number of doses, intervals between doses, and other important information.
Click image to view chart in PDF format.
Click here for more from the CDC on Adult immunization.
To implement this plan our government, will partner with employers, churches and other community and religious organizations to put pressure on adults to get every federally recommended vaccine according to the government approved schedule.
In addition, to increase U.S. adult vaccine uptake, the NAIP will electronically track your personal medical information and vaccination status. There will be little regard for your privacy and it is likely that your vaccination status will be used to identify those who do not comply with the schedule and then mandate vaccines so that they are forced to comply.
Click here to learn more about the implications of the NAIP and how it will affect you, from National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) Executive Director, Theresa Wrangham.
Take Action Now!!!
Vaccine Exemptions are under attack in many states, individual and parental rights are being threatened; adults are being targeted and vaccine manufacturers have a government guaranteed captive market for their products and government protection from liability if you or a member of your family suffers vaccine injury or death. There is something very wrong with this picture!!!
If you choose to comply with recommended vaccines, be an informed consumer! Make sure you know the risks and the failures of vaccines as well as benefits. Learn the vaccine's ingredients so you know what is being injected into your body. Ask for and read the vaccine package inserts or find them online. Do not just read the vaccine propaganda material that you might be given by your doctor or pharmacy.
Please continue to join together in prayer and action to protect the rights of those who choose not to vaccinate and demand safer vaccines for those who choose to vaccinate. God bless and take care . . .
Sample Comments . . .
Click here to read the very comprehensive comment submitted by the National Vaccine Information Center. Don't let it intimidate you!!! Yours can certainly be more simple. I share my comment -- which I emailed to Rebecca.Fish@hhs.gov -- below.
Feel free to copy and paste information that you find helpful in submitting your comment. Just be sure to submit it no later than Monday, March 23, 2015! Don't be concerned if you receive a notice that Rebecca is away until the 25th. Comments received no later than March 23rd are being accepted.
Subject: Written Comment on the Draft National Adult Immunization Plan
I must begin this comment on a personal note. When I saw your last name, it brought back fond memories of my childhood pediatrician, "Dr. Fish." Dr. Fish was an "old-school" pediatrician, who did administer the few vaccines that were recommended for children in the 40's and 50's; but also made house calls and recommended things like cod-liver oil to help keep me and my four siblings healthy. I can't help but wonder what Dr. Fish would have thought if he were alive today and saw the ever-increasing government recommended childhood vaccine schedule, the declining health of American children and now the number of vaccines being recommended for adults beginning at age 18 in the 2015 U.S. National Adult Immunization Plan that are in addition to the already recommended annual influenza vaccine which is often ineffective and dangerous.
After reading the proposed 2015 U.S. National Adult Immunization Plan, I am compelled to comment that I am gravely opposed to this plan and any form of coercion on the part of our government to get adults to submit to vaccinations. I am very much in favor of informed consent, the protection of vaccine choice rights for those who choose not to vaccinate and safer vaccines for those who choose to vaccinate.
While it is appropriate and acceptable for physicians to provide their patients with information as to the risks and benefits of the recommended vaccines and to offer vaccines within their medical practices for those who choose to use them; patients should be encouraged to read package inserts and learn as much as possible about vaccines -- before agreeing to them -- just as they should about any medical treatment. A "one-size-fits-all" approach to vaccines for adults or for children is wrong and dangerous. If this plan goes into effect, and NAIP goals are reached, I have no doubt that we will see an increase in short and long-term vaccine injury, chronic poor health and death in adults, just as we have seen in our children.
I find the plan's intention of partnering with churches and other community organizations, in an attempt to assist the government in reaching NAIP goals, inappropriate, wrong and offensive; as is the idea of "tracking" that could be used to enforce vaccine compliance. The potential loss of privacy could and would have very serious consequences. I support the recommendations of the National Vaccine Information Center regarding the 2015 NAIP, which can be read at http://www.nvic.org/CMSTemplates/NVIC/pdf/NVIC-comment-NVAC-NAIP-2015.pdf.
Rebecca, I thank you, The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the National Vaccine Program Office (NVPO) for extending the public comment period; and for your time and consideration of my comments.
Jeanette Forlano Slaw