Sweden Rejects Forced Vaccinations, Citing Constitutional Rights

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Sweden’s Parliament rejected 7 motions that would have caused forced vaccinations. The Swedish Parliament decided forced vaccination policies are contrary to their citizens’ constitutional rights. Hopefully every other country in the world will follow their lead and respect the rights of their citizens to decide what is injected into their bodies and the bodies of their children. The National Health Federation-Sweden reported on the issue, and here is a translation of the article via Age of Autism.:

Riksdagen röstade Nej till alla vaccinmotioner

Today, the Riksdag decided on the Social Committee’s report 2016/17: SoU7, which contained a number of measures for public health. What prompted a large proportion of the population to monitor this particular case was that it contained several motions that would pave the way for both more vaccinations and forced vaccination. This was something that involved many, not just those who have opted for vaccine but also people who are vaccinated but who absolutely do not want to see any compulsion.

NHF Sweden sent a letter to the Social Committee, declaring that it would violate our grounds if forced vaccination, or mandatory vaccination as stated in Arkelsten’s exercise. Many others have also sent in letters and many have called Social Affairs and Parliamentary Policy. Riksdag politicians have certainly noticed that there is a massive resistance to all forms of coercion in terms of vaccination.

The Social Affairs Committee prepared the questions on March 23 and arrived at its proposal on April 28, and the committee’s proposal was that the parliament should reject the motions. Here you can access the Social Committee report: Report 2016/17: SoU7 (pdf, 812 kB)

There are some in the US that want mandatory vaccinations for everyone, regardless of people’s rights over their own bodies, and regardless of a parent’s right to choose what they believe is best for their kids.  Robert F Kennedy Jr. has met with President Trump to discuss forming a committee to investigate the safety of vaccinations, but Bill Gates also met with Trump to try to convince him not to investigate vaccine safety.

Trump has historically not supported mandatory vaccines, but it is unknown which way the wind will blow him after meeting with the ridiculously rich Bill Gates.


(Article By Jeremiah Jones)

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