There are lot of assumptions you make but lets say you are correct for the sake of the argument. Dont you think every parents has the right to know from their doc in form of, "One out of 100 babies will have an irreparable injury but 99 babies will be fine. You may or may not be that unlucky 1%. May I vax your child now?"
If that parent says okay then by all means. They KNOW what may or may not happen. It seems most docs do not make it a habit of this now do they?
It seems this is a warfront like scenario for you and that there will be casualties and it is unavoidable. Going with your train of logic...
All soldiers know they may die or be injured during a battle, but does that baby and his/her parents know?
If there were a vaccine that were true for, then yes parents would be told, but a vaccine known to be that dangerous would never be approved outside of a pandemic situation where people are dropping like flies all around.
But yes, I think parents should be told that there are possible serious/deadly but extremely rare side effects, just as they should know for any medication.
I don't consider it a warzone scenario, just life, where "perfectly safe" is a lovely concept that sadly does not exist. I've been speaking about death here because it is the most extreme case, but really it is also extremely rare. For the vast majority of those who don't vaccinate for it, the worst consequence they are likely to suffer are a few days to a week of misery and stress and a big pile of laundry. For the vast majority of those who do vaccinate, the worst they are likely to have happen is a baby who is fussy for and a few extra-bad diapers. Realistically in our developed nation with easy access to medical care for treatment and IV fluids if needed, you're pretty safe either way you go.
When considering the rare serious possible consequences of not vaccinating or vaccinating, vaccinating is obviously much safer when the information from that article is taken as correct. I understand that any may think they are underestimating the risk or ignoring serious complications. Whether the numbers are right or not and whether, when assuming they are, it is right or wrong to take the risk of vaccination in hopes of avoiding/greatly reducing the disease and it's risks are related by separate discussions.