California’s takeaway plan: Take away your medical choice, pensions, guns, gold and freedom

Tuesday, August 11, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan A. Huff
Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Freedom is making a swift exit from the Golden State, where millions of families now face medical tyranny after California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law legislation mandating that all school-age children attending public and private schools get vaccinated. But it won’t stop there: The legislature is already gearing up to force vaccines on adults, and soon they’ll likely go after people’s pensions, gold, guns, and more, as this once-free cultural mecca plunges into absolute totalitarianism.

Introduced just days after Senate Bill 277, SB 792 would require that all child care workers be vaccinated against measles (MMR), pertussis (DTaP), and influenza, with the latter shot being an annual requirement. And just like with SB 277, adults would be prohibited under SB 792 from opting out of these “mandatory” vaccinations for personal or religious reasons, meaning only doctors would be allowed to make this decision on a case-by-case basis.

Both bills are highly unconstitutional because, one, they impinge upon people’s freedom of religion and, two, because they obstruct children of their right to receive a public education. This, in addition to the fact that forcing individuals to be injected with chemical cocktails made from aborted human fetal tissue, genetically-modified (GM) live viruses and other poisonous substances is simply unconscionable on a fundamental basis.

And yet California continues to plow full-steam ahead toward eliminating the right of all Californians to reject this controversial medical treatment, which will eventually pave the way for the state to remove many other rights as well. California’s ongoing pension crisis, for instance, has led to nearly $200 billion in unfunded liability – up from just $6.3 billion in 2003. Some legislators are suggesting a reform bill that would force pension holders to accept a lower pension amount or require them to contribute more of their earning to pay down the pension debt.

Many other states are suffering similar unfunded liabilities, with a collective pension debt total of some $4.7 trillion nationwide. To some, the only solution to this growing debt problem is to scrap public pensions entirely, which means elderly workers on the verge of retirement could be left without a lifeline as they exit the workforce.

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