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December 4, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Since March the U.K. government and governments all over the world have been telling us things like: when we can leave the house, when we can go to work, when we can visit our loved ones, when we can get married, when we can go to church, and when we can receive the sacraments. In many instances they have told us that we can’t do any number of these things at all for a given period of time.

And now, months and months after we were told that we needed “two weeks to flatten the curve,” the U.K. government has begun moving towards telling people when they can and can’t have children.

After announcing the approval of a COVID-19 vaccine by Pfizer earlier this week, the government has published safety instructions for the vaccine. Health Secretary Matt Hancock described the Pfizer vaccine as “the dawn…lifting all of the gloom” in a televised interview this week. 

So let’s take a look at one of the aspects of the government’s own safety instructions for this supposed “gloom-lifting dawn.”

“For women of childbearing age, pregnancy should be excluded before vaccination,” the instructions state.

The guide also advises that women should avoid becoming pregnant for the first two months after their second shot.

“In addition, women of childbearing age should be advised to avoid pregnancy for at least 2 months after their second dose,” it says.

The U.K. has ordered 40 million doses of this vaccine (which requires two doses per recipient). The U.S. has ordered 100 million doses. 

We don’t know yet exactly how the roll-out of this vaccine will work and what sort of pressure will be brought to bear on people to take it. We do know that the U.K. government and governments around the world want as many people as possible to take a COVID-19 vaccine. As recently as November 16, Hancock said that the government would not rule out mandatory vaccines, even if it was not proposing it at the moment. And we also know this – the U.K. government says you shouldn’t be pregnant when you receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, and you should avoid pregnancy for two months after your second jab. What next?

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Mainstream media sources are promoting offensive suggestions by some doctors that people who refuse a vaccine for COVID-19 should be "punished" by the government and by business - effectively coercing them into taking the vaccine.

  • One group of doctors writing in 'USA Today' suggested that the government impose special taxes (i.e., fines) on people who refuse the vaccination and that business simply refuse to serve them. [see story below]
  • Another doctor writing in an online publication called 'The Conversation' shamelessly suggested that people who refuse a vaccine should be given a psychoactive drug to induce compliance. [see story below]

But, these suggestions are plain political posturing, and have nothing to do with science or with the recent trends of the disease.

And, in case they haven't noticed, we live in a democracy not a medical dictatorship!

Please SIGN this urgent petition which asks policy-makers and business people, at all levels, to pledge to respect the rights of those who, in good conscience, decide not to vaccinate themselves or their children.

People should not have to live in fear of governmental or corporate retribution for refusing a vaccine which is being rushed to market by Big Pharma and their fellow-travelers in NGOs, like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

It would be intolerable and immoral for the government or business to coerce someone, and their family, to take a COVID vaccine against their will to avoid a fine, or just so they can do their weekly grocery shopping.

Medical freedom must be respected in principle and also in practice.

So, it is now time that our policy-makers listen to all voices involved in this vital conversation, and start to represent those who will not tolerate being punished for refusing a vaccine.

Simply put, legislatures must begin to act as legislatures again.

Questions must be asked. Hearings and investigations must be held. And, the legislatures of each state and country must return to the business of representing the people who voted for them, assuming their rightful place as the originator of legislation.

We can no longer accept the dictates of executive branches without question, especially now that, statistically speaking, the initial brunt of the COVID crisis has passed.

Neither can we accept the dictates of doctors who seem detached from reality and from science, and who only seem to be attached to the idea of promoting ideas which contribute to the agrandizement of power and control of political interests, and wealth of those who stand to make a lot of money from the sale of a COVID vaccine.

Please SIGN this urgent petition which asks government and business leaders to pledge to respect the rights of those who refuse a COVID vaccine, and not seek to punish them for doing so.


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Paul Smeaton is a reporter and editor for LifeSiteNews based in London, England. He has previously worked for the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) in England. Paul has been active in pro-life and Catholic communities since his university days at Campion College Australia.


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