A new medical threat proposed
But there are now other threats to our welfare. We justifiably do not trust doctors, and as a consequence, people are loath to allow themselves to be experimented on. Which is proving to be a problem for the doctors. As is clearly stated in their paper, Drs Susanne Sheehy and Joel Meyer believe that we should be forced, by law if necessary, to allow them to inject us with any material they like. Mandatory participation in vaccine trials, they suggest, is no different from requiring individuals to serve on jury duty, for instance, or to serve in the military.
They also believe that forcing people to take experimental vaccines, even when such vaccines come with obvious "inherent risks," is an individual's required duty to give back to society.
Perhaps the most disturbing element of the paper, though, is its suggestion that "increas[ing] the severity" of diseases will help to facilitate 'compulsory recruitment' into experimental vaccine trials. Deliberately creating more deadly strains of disease in order to scare people into vaccine programs, in other words, is apparently considered to be a valid approach by Sheehy and Meyer, whose passionate worship of vaccines have led them to such a preposterous notion.
Just how dangerous their ideas are is evidenced in what has happened in vaccine trials in the past. I'll just list a couple:
- In 2008, 21 homeless individuals in Poland died during an avian flu vaccine experiment.
- And in the same year at least 14 Argentinean children died as part of an experimental vaccine trial conducted by British pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline 
Let me make it quite clear. I am very wary of going anywhere near the sharp end of a hospital. And there is certainly no way I would agree to allow myself to participate in any medical trial.
The medical profession today all seem to think we 'patients' exist to provide them with a comfortable standard of life which we can never aspire to. Well, we don't! They are our servants; we pay their salaries. And there is a limit to how much we can afford. If they cannot live with that, so be it.
Read the full article here. Emphasis added by bd.