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PostSubject: How to apply for a religious exemption in Florida.   How to apply for a religious exemption in Florida. EmptyTue Aug 25, 2009 12:04 pm

AS we all Floridians know, with the beginning of the new scholastic calendar year, the state start rolling out its plans to an unprecedented flu vaccine TESTING in our children.
WE advice all parents trying to make an educated decision about this vaccine, to access all sources of info beforehand. 
KNOW ... The Vaccine Controversy
Most people are unaware that there is a controversy about vaccination. They are unaware that there is another point of view about the benefits of vaccination. They are unaware of the risks associated with this medical procedure. Where risk of injury or death is acknowledged, it is believed to be rare and inconsequential compared to the perceived benefits to individuals and society. 

With growing evidence that vaccinations may actually be causing chronic health problems and the attendant realization that the right to informed consent is being denied, a growing number of parents and concerned individuals are demanding that questions about safety and appropriateness be addressed. 
What are the perceived issues?
On the one hand, there is a vaccination policy whose goal is 100% compliance and whose proponents believe that vaccination is modern medicine's greatest achievement. Today every child born is expected to be "inoculated" with some 30 vaccines by the age of 18 months and by the age of five years old, have up to 38 shots. 

On the other hand, there are concerned parents and professionals who believe there are some flaws with both the theory and the application of our vaccine policy, who claim that vaccines are dangerous, and who may not want to comply with the above stated goal. 

In the middle of this schism, a growing number of people are getting wind that a debate about vaccines is brewing. Many of these people would prefer NOT to know there are issues about vaccination, because the questions and issues that are being raised threaten the belief system that our conventional health care system is predicated upon. 

While it may seem like The Vaccine Controversy is news, the issues surrounding this debate have actually been contested for decades. Whereas the proponents of mass vaccination might have you think there is a conspiracy of quacks and unfit parents trying to thwart medical progress, the truth of the matter is that the mounting evidence of malfeasance is undeniable as the conspiracy of silence about this conflict is brought to light. 

At issue, of course, is whether vaccines are safe. As the incidence of autoimmune diseases in our children rise to epidemic levels, concerned people see a credible correlation to vaccine history and want the independently researched scientific data that verifies both safety and efficacy of these medical products and procedures. Vaccine proponents, while they admit there are some risks, keep assuring us that vaccines are safe and vaccination saves lives. Those who question, they say, forget or are unaware of how devastating diseases were before the advent of vaccines. 

Given that vaccines were conceived and are produced within the paradigm of Modern Medicine's scientific method, our faith in the policy of mass vaccination is nothing less than steadfast and confident. With killer epidemics of infectious disease a thing of the past, WHY NOT credit mass vaccination? Indeed, this assertion is taken at face value even in the Informed Consent Movement, even though statistics show that better nutrition and improved hygiene are as much contributing factors to the eradication of killer epidemics as mass vaccination is purported to be. 

The fact is, the stellar role that mass vaccination is believed to play in public health DOES NOT preclude a possible secondary role in ALSO being a cause of chronic, debilitating and, in many ways, painful immunologic and neurological disorders. Proponents of mandatory vaccination say absolutely not. Parents of chronically ill children, a growing number of medical professionals, and other reasonable people are beginning to wonder. Hence, the Vaccine Controversy . . . 

Many people would prefer not to go down this road. It was easier when you only had to deal with the fear of getting an infectious disease. Vaccination put that fear out of your mind. With Informed Consent, and knowing that the risks of vaccination are actually higher and more diverse than you previously thought, it seems we now have two fears to contend with. What to do? 

To begin with, what is needed is proper perspective. There are several serious issues in this debate that MUST BE RESOLVED, vaccine safety being one, however 
The FUNDAMENTAL ISSUE in The Vaccine Controversy is not about vaccine safety!
The fundamental issue in The Vaccine Controversy has to do with the government's power to deny individual rights. Simply stated, because vaccines are mandated by law individuals are not free to make choices about vaccination for themselves or their family members. Because vaccines are mandated, The Vaccine Controversy is about the Right to Informed Consent
Vaccination is a medical procedure that carries an inherent risk of injury or death. Vaccination is the only medical procedure & medical product that is forced upon us by law. 

Because there are risks of injury or death with vaccines, parents deserve to be given truthful and unbiased information about both the diseases and the vaccines. 

Informed Consent means having the right to choose or decline a medical procedure that carries a risk for serious injury, disability or death. 
Because vaccines are mandated, The Vaccine Controversy is about the Right to Choose
Individuals have the right to choose the type of preventive health care they want to use, including choosing whether to use one, ten or no vaccines. See the Patient's Bill of Rights for more information. 
What is the justification for mandated mass vaccination?
A common belief that the majority of people have shared since the advent of vaccines is that vaccination improves public health and that mass vaccination protects everyone's health. The presumed logic is that high vaccination rates are necessary in order to prevent the return of terrible diseases. In order to protect the public, the public must be vaccinated. 

It is not clear whether vaccination became mandatory because the public cannot be trusted to always fulfill their obligations to society, so laws were created to enforce compliance, or whether because vaccination is a medical procedure that carries risk of injury or death, it must be mandated. If the rationale that mass vaccination protects everyone's health was true, rational people would likely be willing to take the risk of injury or death from vaccination, and people everywhere would suppose that forcing this medical procedure upon entire populations is noble, even though not ethical. In fact, this is what we have believed and why we have been so willing to sanction this violation of civil rights. 

However, the variables have changed, and so, too, the outcome. We now have a new, more insidious epidemic occurring, the consequences of which are not yet fully understood or realized. The rising epidemic of autoimmune diseases and neurological dysfunction in our children begs, now more than ever, the question "is vaccination somehow to blame; is vaccination a contributing factor?" Yet, even as the credible empirical and scientific data coming in suggests that it could be, our regulatory agencies and the pharmaceutical companies that profit from vaccination continue to assure us that injecting a plethora of diseases and toxic chemicals into the bodies of our young children does not adversely affect their immune systems and "not to worry." In fact, they implore us to ignore what we see, what we read and hear about, and they remind us of our obligation to society. Because, you see, 
The rationale for mandated mass vaccination is based on the notion that the risk of injury or death from vaccine is relative to the risk of injury or death without vaccine.
In other words, the perceived benefit of saving millions of lives from the scourge of epidemics by mass vaccination outweighs the purportedly rare incidence of death by vaccine. Thus, "the end justifies the means." 

This, as we learn from studying history, is a dangerous precedent for government intrusion and leads to unbridled, unchecked and unlawful power. Yet the majority of people think that mandating this risky medical procedure is appropriate. Why? Because "vaccination is about the public health", meaning that individual choice is no longer relevant. 

If it were true that vaccination protects the public health and improves immunity, one might be willing to play the vaccine game of roulette in order to gain such a benefit. However, the science simply does not support this hypothesis any longer. The truth is that the justification for compulsory injection of toxic chemicals and foreign proteins is based on a flawed but pervasive belief that vaccination safely stimulates an immune response -- yet the most advanced science in immunity proves that the human immune system cannot be tricked, suppressed, or controlled into accepting or tolerating any foreign DNA or proteins - whether by infection, injection or transplantation - without immunologic consequences. Vaccine technology is based on a two hundred year old theory and advanced science simply does not support this hypothesis any longer. 

With an epidemic of autoimmune diseases literally crippling our next generation of adults, there is no question that vaccination is about public health. Perhaps it is time to expand our myopic view that high vaccination rates and low incidence of infectious disease alone constitutes public health. The fact is, our beliefs about vaccination are founded on precepts that are no longer valid -- the variables have changed, and so too the outcome. 
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PostSubject: Check this link to download exemption form DH-681   How to apply for a religious exemption in Florida. EmptyTue Aug 25, 2009 12:15 pm

Religious exemption form are issue by the Department of Health  in each county.Check the below link to download:1-PDF form DH-681 for vaccination religious exemption  in Florida ( including instructions). 2-Forms for vaccination religious exemption in other states, .   3-Two of the best online references and sources of info as why you should consider refuse PHARMA plans to have us vaccinate, .,             
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PostSubject: FDA and AMA in bed with Big PHARMA forcing states to..   How to apply for a religious exemption in Florida. EmptyTue Aug 25, 2009 12:20 pm

The following is an edited copy of a page saved from the AMA web site in March 2002.

H-440.970 Religious Exemptions from Immunizations

Since religious/philosophic exemptions from immunizations endanger not only the health of the unvaccinated individual, but also the health of those in his or her group and the community at large, the AMA
(1) encourages state medical associations to seek removal of such exemptions in statutes requiring mandatory immunizations;
(2) encourages physicians and state and local medical associations to work with public health officials to inform religious groups and others who object to immunizations of the benefits of vaccinations and the risk to their own health and that of the general public if they refuse to accept them; and
(3) encourages state and local medical associations to work with public health officials to develop contingency plans for controlling outbreaks in exempt populations and to intensify efforts to achieve high immunization rates in communities where groups having religious exemptions from immunizations reside. (CSA Rep. B, A-87; Reaffirmed: Sunset Report, I-97) 

October 2004: this article is still on the AMA site:
Note: you may have to click on the 'AMA ACCEPT OUR POLICY' link to get the page to load. is an organization dedicated to promoting the legal removal of religious exemptions. They promote the ideas that it is a child's right to be "immunized" but apparently never checked to find out that sanitation, nutrition and hygiene are the great immunizations. 

Source: from archive of 12-12-02 webpage:

Can employees be forced to be vaccinated? 12-12-02

I am being asked to produce documentation of immunization for measles, mumps and rubella for a medical/surgical nursing job. My nurse colleagues and I have never heard of this required for employment to any hospital. Does an employer have a right to force an individual into getting an MMR vaccination for the sole purpose of employment? Look forward to your comments. Thanks. 

Ann Kiernan replies:

If you were not a health care worker, the answer would certainly be NO! But since the nature of nursing involves occupational exposure to infectious diseases, the employer might be able to ask about your immunization status and perhaps even to require re-vaccination if you do not have proof of current protection. 

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), after an applicant is given a conditional job offer, but before s/he starts work, an employer may conduct medical examinations, regardless of whether they are related to the job, as long as it does so for all entering employees in the same job category. But, after employment begins, an employer may make disability-related inquiries and require medical examinations only if they are job-related and consistent with business necessity. Also, an employer may require employees to submit to medical examinations that are required by another federal law or regulation. 29 C.F.R. 1630.15(e)(1998) See: Enforcement Guidance on Disability-Related Inquiries and Medical Examinations of Employees Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). 

So, is immunity to measles, mumps and rubella either "job-related and consistent with business necessity" or required by other law? Maybe, according to our research at the Centers for Disease Control. 

The CDC report strongly recommends that health care workers be immunized for hepatitis B, influenza, measles, mumps, rubella, varicella zoter, and tetanus. 

Another federal agency, OSHA, says in its Technical Manual governing hospitals that: "Vaccination for rubella, measles, mumps, and influenza is recommended, especially for women of child-bearing age." 

It is not directly relevant to your situation, but a recent federal appeals decision upheld a Navy captain's right to insist that both military and civilian personnel on his ship be vaccinated for anthrax when they were entering " high threat areas and contiguous waters". Mazares v. Dep't of the Navy, 302 F.3d 1382 (Fed. Cir. 2002) 

Thanks for raising such an interesting issue. We have only scratched the surface here. This would be a good question to pose to your state nursing society or professional board for a definitive answer. 

Information here is correct at the time it is posted. Case decisions cited here may be reversed. Please do not rely on this information without consulting an attorney first.
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