In the United States and especially in Australia, the mandatory vaccination movement has serious legs. But for one European country, Sweden, they aren’t having it, according to an article on alternativemediasyndicate.
The Swedish Riksdag (parliament) rejected seven motions on May 10th, that would have locked forced vaccinations into law, stating:
“NHF Sweden sent a letter to the Committee and explained that it would violate our Constitution if we introduced compulsory vaccinations, or mandatory vaccinations as was submitted in Arkelsten’s motion. Many others have also submitted correspondence and many citizens have called up Parliament and politicians. Parliamentary politicians has surely noticed that there’s a massive resistance to all forms of coercion with regard to vaccinations.
The right to choose the medical happenings for ourselves and our children should be a G0d given right of all humans. To think that any country or state would force vaccination or any medicine on us, even via constricting our lives by removing our rights to public schools or equal welfare opportunities, is an act of egregious injustice. And it should be met with resistance (which it is in both the United States and Australia).
Unfortunately, the herd has been convinced that vaccines need to be given to each and every one of their neighbors or they don’t work. The odd logic resonates with many people in a way that causes them to act out against those who choose to remain skeptical over the matter.