Is Good Health Your Right to Choose?

Health; is it your birthright? Do you have a right to choose the care you believe in? I am old and cranky so filter this opinion piece accordingly. I can’t believe the BS you young moms have to put up with today. People are being groomed for a one-size-fits-all path of endless and compulsory medical intervention.

I have lived in Ontario Canada my whole life and for most of it, have enjoyed the health freedom that is protected by Federal and Provincial law. Most recently though, there have been decisions politic in Canada that are changing the future of Canadian families right to choose the medical treatment they believe in and decline the ones they don’t.

First, by the changes of Ontario law regarding vaccine exemptions, Bill 198, an amendment to the Immunization of School Pupils Act which would force parents seeking a personal belief or religious exemption to undergo a vaccine “education session” before being allowed to file a vaccine exemption for non-medical reasons.
Jason Christoff, a Canadian father who has been actively questioning vaccine policy for a decade, calls the emerging vaccine program ‘Satan’s Tollbooth’. You travel along and you are asked to throw your kid in the change basket. This allows you to move on your way for a time, unhampered, until the next tollbooth, where you again have to throw your child in.

After participating in this vaccine education class you are entitled to an exemption upon completion. Yet the legal document you are given and expected to sign and have notarized contains compelling language, which is against Ontario and Canadian Federal law of informed consent (see below).

Brittney  Kara, an outspoken California mother, suggests parents are sacrificing their children up for medical experimentation.most parents comply because they are conditioned to be afraid. Cristoff suggests they are victims of PTD, the trauma based mind control used by the Pharmaceutical industrial complex. This isn’t about health. This is a psychology used in marketing.

By Ontario law, no one can be compelled to sign a document that places a parent/guardian in a self-professed area of negligence.

Is ‘Informed Consent’ being circumvented?

Personally, I would cross out the compelling language and initial it and sign the form. If this exemption form is refused (by Public Health or your child’s school) because of this change, I would take the suspension and use this opportunity to stir up some s***.

Contact by letter:  your school, your School Board, your local Truant Officer, your local Public Health office, your MPP, your MP, the Ontario Ombudsman, your Ontario Minister of Health, your school’s PTA, social media, and anyone else you can think of. You know this is a bad law.

Don’t wait for anyone to find you and try and put you on the defensive. Find them and let them know that your legal parental right to make an informed medical decision for your child has been violated; your child’s right to an education, which you have paid for, has been violated. And your right to medical privacy has been violated.

A Mr. Spock Moment

Most vaccine conversations are emotionally driven, and feel more like two sides of a religious debate, where even the question is taboo.

Mr. Spock moment: Vaccines hold no guarantees, for you, for your child, or anyone else’s child. To be logical, vaccines are a plethora of individual products from a myriad of manufacturers.

If you believe fully in the benefit of vaccines, wouldn’t you like to pick and choose carefully? Wouldn’t you like a choice based on a child’s need and not based on a date for school entry and a bureaucrat’s checklist?

Risk vs Benefit: Each and every child and each and every vaccine is worthy of a good review on its own merit. The public needs a proper and honest assessment of risk of illness vs risk of vaccine treatment on an individual basis.
Risk can never be legislated out of the population, but choice can be legislated out of the population.

If you want to protect your freedom of choice around medical vaccine treatments for you or your child, I encourage you to become members of Vaccine Choice Canada. We need to be wise and support an organization that has momentum and who is doing forward thinking on how to fight the push for mandates from all aspects.

Here is a link to Vaccine Choice Canada

This isn’t a conversation about vaccines, although right now vaccines are the crucible that we are being tested by.   This could just as easily be a conversation about Ritalin, surgery or chemotherapy.

Many years ago when I was making parental health decisions, I refused the Eustachian tube surgery one of the many doctors we visited suggested. I also rejected the use of fluoride at my child’s dentist appointments. I also refused to give an antibiotic until they had done a culture.

Then it was just a choice; no big deal.  Do you think my stance might be considered medical neglect today? Might I have lost my child into foster care? I often wonder how I would do raising a child in today’s political climate.

Ontario Law Says…

Health Care Consent Act, 1996, S.O. 1996, c. 2, Sched. A
Elements of consent
4. The consent must not be obtained through misrepresentation or fraud. 1996, c. 2,
Sched. A, s. 11 (1). Informed consent (2) A consent to treatment is informed if, before
giving it,
(a) the person received the information about the matters set out in subsection (3) that
a reasonable person in the same circumstances would require in order to make a
decision about the treatment; and (b) the person received responses to his or her
requests for additional information about those matters. 1996, c. 2, Sched. A, s. 11 (2).
Same
(3) The matters referred to in subsection (2) are: 1. The nature of the treatment. 2. The
expected benefits of the treatment. 3. The material risks of the treatment.
4. The material side effects of the treatment. 5. Alternative courses of action. 6. The
likely consequences of not having the treatment. 1996, c. 2, Sched. A, s. 11 (3).

Health Care Consent Act, 1996, S.O. 1996, c. 2, Sched. A
Elements of consent
11. (1) The following are the elements required for consent to treatment: 1. The consent
must relate to the treatment. 2. The consent must be informed. 3. The consent must be
given voluntarily.
4. The consent must not be obtained through misrepresentation or fraud. 1996, c. 2,
Sched. A, s. 11 (1). Informed consent (2) A consent to treatment is informed if, before
giving it,
(a) the person received the information about the matters set out in subsection (3) that
a reasonable person in the same circumstances would require in order to make a
decision about the treatment; and (b) the person received responses to his or her
requests for additional information about those matters. 1996, c. 2, Sched. A, s. 11 (2).
Same
(3) The matters referred to in subsection (2) are: 1. The nature of the treatment. 2. The
expected benefits of the treatment. 3. The material risks of the treatment.
4. The material side effects of the treatment. 5. Alternative courses of action. 6. The
likely consequences of not having the treatment. 1996, c. 2, Sched. A, s. 11 (3).

So, I have a question for you:

Do you agree with ‘Check Box Medicine’ or do you think that you have a right to know all the information; risks and benefits right up front?

Scroll down to the comment area and let me know.

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Disclaimer: All information in this article is for education purposes only. If you have health issues, please contact a reliable and qualified health care provider.
Bio PicNelda McEwen has been practicing as a Medical Intuitive in SW Ontario for over 28 years; counselling individuals and families, as well as offering her signature ICH training to other Medical Intuitives in the health field. Nelda’s professional research has been acknowledged and published in the Professional Kinesiology Practitioners Manual. The PKP program is recognized through the International Kinesiology College of Zurich Switzerland.