You have been lied to.
You have been deceived.
You have been propagandized,
beyond all belief.

Propaganda this,
propaganda that,
Twist and turn everything,
to distort the facts.

Fraud and deception,
has become the norm,
You have been lied to extensively,
since the day you were born.

Brainwashing manipulation,
fluoride in your drink.
Sickness is a big business.
And they don’t want you to think.

-Veracity Foundation


Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Trenton Rally Vaccine

Why vaccines are ineffective

Marian Tompson found that,when immunity to a disease is acquired naturally, the possibility of reinfec-tion is only 3.2%. But when it comes through vaccination, the reinfectionrate is 80% (Marian Tompson, “Another View,” The People’s Doctor, Vol. 6,No. 12, p. 8)

”Just because you give somebody a vaccine, and perhaps get an antibody reaction, doesn’t mean a thing. The only true antibodies, of course, are those you get naturally. What we’re doing [when we inject vaccines] is interfering with a very delicate mecha-nism that does its own thing. If nutrition is correct, it does it in the right way. Now if you insult a person in this way and try to trigger off something that nature looks after, you’re asking for all sorts of trouble, and we don’t believe it works.”—Dr. Glen Dettman, interviewed by Jay Patrick, and quoted in “The Great American Deception,” Let’s Live, December 1976, p. 57.

“The best vaccine against common infectious diseases is an adequate diet.”—Statement by the World Health Organization, quoted in H.E. Buttram, M.D., and J.C.Hoffman, Ph.D., The Immunization Trio, p. 10.

“Other parents may be anxious about the effects of vaccines on their child, but they are [still] concerned that if enough people avoid the shot then the diseases will begin to reappear. The vaccines may have bad side effects, yet if I avoid them for my child then the vaccine campaign will not work for the general population. But this is a sacrificial philosophy. Risk the side effects in my child for the good of the whole society. The stakes of this game may be exceedingly high if the vaccines are capable of causing a covert encephalitis syndrome. If that is true, then we are trading one disease for another. This sacrifice is hardly worth the cost.”—R. Neustaedter, The Immuniza-tion Decision, 1990, pp. 87-88

May 19, 2017

N.J.A.C. 8:57-4.3 and N.J.A.C. 8:57-4.4, Immunization of Pupils in Schools, Medical and Religious Exemptions

The New Jersey Department of Health (Department) has received numerous inquiries regarding N.J.A.C. 8:57-4.3 and N.J.A.C. 8:57-4.4, Immunization of Pupils in School, Medical and Religious Exemptions. Schools, child care centers and local health departments who are responsible for processing requests for exemptions from mandatory immunization requirements are reminded that such exemptions are limited to medical and religious reasons. Requests for exemptions based on philosophical, moral, secular, or more general reasons are unacceptable and should not be granted.

• Medical Exemptions:

N.J.A.C. 8:57–4.3 provides for exemptions from mandatory immunization(s) which are medically contraindicated. A written statement shall be submitted to the school, preschool, or child care center from a physician licensed to practice medicine or osteopathy or an advanced practice nurse (certified registered nurse practitioner or clinical nurse specialist) indicating that an immunization is medically contraindicated for a specific period of time, and the reason(s) for the medical contraindication, based upon valid medical reasons as enumerated by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) or the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) guidelines.

• Religious Exemptions:

N.J.S.A. 26:1A–9.1 provides an exemption from mandatory immunization “if the parent or guardian of the pupil objects thereto in a written statement signed by the parent or guardian upon the grounds that the proposed immunization interferes with the free exercise of the pupil’s religious rights.”

N.J.A.C. 8:57-4.4 provides an exemption from mandatory immunization for a child in school, preschool, or child care center if the child’s parent or guardian submits to the school, preschool, or child care center a written, signed statement requesting a religious exemption from the immunization, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 26:1A-9.1. Religious exemptions extend to private, parochial, and public institutions. When a parent or guardian submits a written, signed request for exemption from mandatory immunization(s) due to religious beliefs, the statement should be accepted and the religious exemption granted. The request does not need to identify membership in a recognized church or religious denomination or describe how the administration of immunizing agents conflicts with the student’s religious beliefs in order for the request to be granted. Religious affiliated schools or child care centers shall have the authority to withhold or grant a religious exemption from the required immunization for pupils entering or attending their institutions without challenge by any secular health authority.

In accordance with N.J.A.C. 8:57-4.3 (d) and 4.4 (d) a school, preschool, or child care center may exclude children with religious or medical exemptions during a vaccine-preventable disease outbreak or threatened outbreak as determined by the Commissioner, Department of Health, or his or her designee. The Department hopes that the information provided will enable schools, child care centers, and local health departments to process requests for exemptions in a uniform and expeditious manner.

The Department remains committed to ensuring that our children and communities are protected against vaccine-preventable diseases. The dramatic decrease in the morbidity and mortality of vaccine-preventable diseases is attributed, in large part, to enforcement of school immunization requirements. The Department remains grateful for all the work expended locally to implement and enforce these important health regulations within the prescribed authority.