Big Idea No. 3: Our Soldiers Should Have the Same Vaccine Rights

On June 30, 2010, 10:37 am

View on iPhone Recorded at the American Rally for Personal Rights

 Captain Rovet recorded post-vaccination illnesses at Dover AFB in Delaware, Wright-Patterson AFB in Ohio, and Keesler AFB in Mississippi.  He will speak to the absence of informed consent for vaccines in the military, as told through the stories of our Gulf War veterans.  Of the 700,000 troops deployed in 1990-1991, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs reports 300,000 Gulf War veterans have filed disability claims as of March 31, 2010.

ABOUT THE CENTER FOR PERSONAL RIGHTS We are a non-partisan, diverse group of concerned individuals and organizations dedicated to the preservation and defense of our personal rights. We focus on individual vaccination choice, parental consent to vaccination for children, and freedom to make healthcare decisions for ourselves and our families. Established civil rights organizations have not adequately addressed these critical issues in an era of ever increasing vaccination mandates and frequently-declared public health emergencies. While we recognize many other personal rights issues, including reproductive rights and marriage rights, we do not take positions on them at this time. There are many established civil rights organizations addressing these questions across wide spectrums of opinion. We seek to promote individual and parental autonomy for vaccination and healthcare decisions and thus to fill a void that we see in existing civil rights advocacy.

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