• Are Mandatory Vaccines Creating a Class System in the Workplace?

    As we are nearing 2020, it’s a fair question to check in on how close the nation is to reaching the targets set by Healthy People 2020. Perhaps the more important question is how these goals may be creating a discriminatory class system separating the vaccinated versus the unvaccinated in the workplace. Many consider the workplace mandate for annual influenza vaccinations the most disturbing piece of the Healthy People 2020 agenda. The objective calls for mandatory flu shots as a condition of employment among 90% of health care workers. In 2012, monumental federal actions prompted some movement toward that goal. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services implemented a final rule requiring hospitals to report vaccination rates, tying these rates to Medicare reimbursement. Additionally, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ National Vaccine Advisory Committee approved recommendations urging health care facilities to consider mandatory flu vaccination policies as a condition of employment. Despite federal actions, many high-profile groups representing health care workers continue to be divided on flu vaccine mandates. The National Nurses Union, the largest nurses union in the country, for example, publicly oppose mandatory vaccinations for health care workers, while the American Nurses Association regularly speaks out in support. But the division does not stop the bullying and humiliation tactics used nationwide to discriminate against health care workers declining to get influenza vaccine, a vaccine that for the past three flu seasons federal health officials admit has had an effectiveness rate of at best 47% to 62%.5 In addition, influenza vaccine-related injuries and deaths are the number one most compensated vaccine injury claim for adults in the federal vaccine injury compensation program (VICP).

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  • Are Mandatory Vaccines Creating a Class System in the Workplace?

    Ok now for the conspiracy point of view: Secret societies do not believe in 'forcing' people to do things since they'd get major backlash, but 'inducing' them to do things. So they create policies in which people are given incentives to go along. They believe that if they foot-the-bill and pay-the-piper, they can pick the tune. So they are all about attaching vaccine requirements to 'free' public schooling or 'free' welfare entitlements. My problem is when they think they can attach requirements to those who are paid by a facility accepting 'free' medicaid like a hospital. First, the taxpayers pay for this Medicaid. Not secret societies. Second, doctors and nurses hardly collect 'free' money. They bust tail. So it is a real shame that after all their hard-work caring for people, they are stripped of their rights to informed consent for medical treatment. They are not allowed to say what goes in their body because allegedly they do not own their bodies. Their employers do. A woman wanting an abortion 'owns' her body and can kill a fetus. But a doctor cannot use informed consent to reject a vaccine filled with aluminum that is admitted to be only 20% of a match with the prevalent flu virus. This is coercion. The fact that you will lose your job if you do not consent to medical treatment is just as coercive as a gun to a rape victim's head. This invalidates consent and technically makes the shot an assault or battery under health law. But judges and lawmakers strategically ignore Constitutional rights in this situation due to a uniform depopulation policy given behind secret society closed doors. Illegal immigrants and welfare recipients shouldn't have more rights to reject a vaccine than a hardworking doctor or nurse working the graveyard shift.
  • Are Mandatory Vaccines Creating a Class System in the Workplace?

    Yes, to answer the question of the title. I work at a hospital in North Mississippi. I always decline the flu vaccine and I am mandated to wear a mask at all times on hospital property. I work a 12 hour shift and the only exception is during my 30 min lunch break. We too are singled out by having to wear a colored sticker on our badge, in order to be identified in the case we don't have a mask on. Last year I was asked by upper management how my mask was working for me? I replied, "quite well, thank you!" Also there is an additional tracking through our insurance company. They too give incentives for vaccination. The most compelling thing to me is everyone around me is coughing, blowing their snotty noses and are allowed to continue to work and no one sees there is something wrong with this picture!