Thursday, October 29, 2015

Orwellian Control -- How far are we going to let it go




This was one of the most informative single images I have seen in a while. For or against we should all understand the basic issue is CHOICE and rights. I may not agree that a person should skip a meal but I certainly defend their FREEDOM OF CHOICE to do so. This diagram illustrates the lack of real harm and the over-reaction that has occurred by the State of California, eventually something important to you will be taken away, by then it may be too late.

Whether you are for or against vaccines; the basic human right being violated and constitutional undermining occurring on the subject is pretty alarming, to say the least. Some people do some vaccines, some people do no vaccines (a very small minority), but the State is saying all vaccines on their schedule, including any future ones created, must be done. 

What about if someone creates a "vaccine" for something like ADHD, if your baby is to have a public school education they will not be able to if that newly created and accepted vaccine is administered on the State's mandated schedule. It is not just about the lack of real scientific basis for this sudden legislation, but about our rights. That is why I am encouraging those people who are FOR vaccine's or against to stand up and let the State know that they have gone too far. We don't want an Orwellian society like the book 1984. We are getting dangerously close. Russia is passing laws forbidding the state to make decisions about their children, meanwhile the US is going the opposite direction.

For those of you who haven't read the book -- Novel by George Orwell, published in 1949 as a warning about the menaces of totalitarianism. The novel is set in an imaginary future world that is dominated by three perpetually warring totalitarian police states. The book's hero, Winston Smith, is a minor party functionary in one of these states. His longing for truth and decency leads him to secretly rebel against the government. Smith has a love affair with a like-minded woman, but they are both arrested by the Thought Police. The ensuing imprisonment, torture, and reeducation of Smith are intended not merely to break him physically or make him submit but to root out his independent mental existence and his spiritual dignity. Orwell's warning of the dangers of totalitarianism made a deep impression on his contemporaries and upon subsequent readers, and the book's title and many of its coinages, such as NEWSPEAK, became bywords for modern political abuses.