Germany Proposes $2,800 Fine for Parents Who Don’t Vaccinate

May 9, 2019


According to one website, Germany is the latest country in a long line of countries to propose tough new legislation to force vaccinations for public safety. 


The governmental proposal comes as a response to Germany reporting one of the highest numbers of measles cases in Europe this year, with a total number of cases now at 651, according to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). At the top of the list was Italy, with 2,498 reported cases.


Health Minister Jens Spahn told German media that he “wanted to eradicate measles”.


The proposal would affect all children attending school and kindergarten in the country. Since homeschooling is outlawed in Germany,  that means every single child in Germany must be vaccinated. The proposal also states that all educators and medical workers will be required to have their vaccine schedule up to date.


The measles panic is spreading like wildfire and slowly but surely every Government of the Western World is reacting with harsh new measures. The UK Health Secretary only last week said he “wouldn’t rule out mandatory vaccines” and the US is passing new vaccine mandates in various states every week it seems.


Whether you support the use of Vaccines or not, a critical thinker must consider the real dangers of taking away our human right to decide what is best for our bodies and that of our children’s bodies. 

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