If we don’t have the most basic of rights: those of self-autonomy and bodily integrity and the right to protect our children from known harm – what meaningful rights do we have?

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Gisele Baribeau of Vaccine Choice Canada told members of the Toronto Board of Health:
Mandates are not necessary.
Mandates don’t work.
The vaccine schedule has not been proven safe.
Mandates are a violation of fundamental human rights.
Mandates can actually fuel more vaccine hesitancy.

If we don’t have the most basic of rights: those of self-autonomy and bodily integrity and the right to protect our children from known harm – what meaningful rights do we have?
She also said:
Mandates are not necessary.
There’s no health emergency here.
We’ve had 111 Measles cases reported to date, in this country of 37 million people.
No one died.
Measles is generally a benign, short-term viral infection and 99.99% of Measles cases fully recover.
Referring to vaccine-injury reporting, Baribeau said that monitoring adverse events following immunization does not work.
Our passive injury reporting system for collecting data is utterly inadequate.
Fewer than 1% of adverse events are reported.