Ontario Wants to Force Anti-Vax Parents to be “Reeducated”

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All over the Western world, governments are cracking down on parents who refuse to vaccinate their children. From California, where you can’t even send your kids to daycare without being vaccinated, to Australia, where low-income parents can lose their welfare if they don’t take the jab, governments are slowly eroding parental rights.

Now the Canadian province of Ontario is concocting a creepy scheme to gain compliance from parents who are suspicious of vaccines. Ontario already mandates vaccines for all children who attend public school and daycare centers, though philosophical exemptions still stand. But recently proposed additions to the “Immunization of School Pupils Act” seek to target the vaccine exemptions that still remain. According to the bill:

The amendments to the Immunization of School Pupils Act would require parents and guardians who are considering not immunizing their children for non-medical reasons to participate in an education session delivered by their local public health unit. Parents or guardians would have to complete this session before obtaining a vaccine exemption.

Or in other words, parents will have to be sufficiently “reeducated” before they receive a vaccine exemption for their children. They have to jump through hoops and be treated like ignorant simpletons if they want to reclaim their parental rights. Apparently, parents can’t be trusted to educate themselves. Only the government’s big pharma course can be true, and everything else is pseudo-science.

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