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The prevalence of the righteous should never be dependent on the suppression of the meek. So say i, so say my mom and dad, what say You?

How have the meek not inherited the earth, when it comes to vaccine induced injury?

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"How have the meek not inherited the earth, when it comes to vaccine induced injury?"

-Most vaccine injuries are not noted as vaccine injuries or reported to anyone.
-Those who do report what they suspect are vaccine injuries to their doctor are typically dismissed by their doctor
-Some who report to the doctor do have their incident reported to VAERS. Nothing happens beyond this. If you get extremely lucky, maybe your doctor will agree your child should not be further vaccinated and you will get a medical exemption! Woo-hoo! If not, and if you live in a difficult state, you will have to homeschool them or re-assault (word used deliberately in the scenario) them with a product you truly believe to be harmful to them. Nice.
-Incredibly rarely: If you have a very strong case, the resources to handle a long court case and the knowledge to make sure you apply within deadlines and other conditions of application, you may try to bring a case before vaccine court. You will likely lose, it will take forever and be quite harrowing. If you win anything, your case will likely be sealed.

An article on vaccine court:
http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2014/12/22/us/politics/ap-us-vaccine-court.html?_r=0

A few quotes:

"In the first 20 years of vaccine court, government doctors recommended compensation up front in 18 percent of non-autism cases. From 2008 through 2012 — the most recent data the government would release under a Freedom of Information Act request — they recommended compensation in just 5 percent of claims.
What changed?
One important factor was a growing fear that concessions could erode the public's confidence in vaccine safety......

— Cases are supposed to be resolved within 240 days, with options for another 150 days of extensions. Less than 7 percent of 7,876 claims not involving autism met the 240-day target. Add in autism claims, which were postponed so the court could hear all of them at once, and just 4.5 percent took fewer than 240 days. Most non-autism cases take at least two and a half years, with the average case length more than three years, not including cases unresolved at the end of 2012. Hundreds have surpassed the decade mark. Several people died before getting any money.
Caught in the middle are families that need help.
"The system is not working," said Richard Topping, a former U.S. Department of Justice attorney who handled vaccine injury claims but resigned after concluding his bosses had no desire to fix the major flaws he saw. "People who need help aren't getting it."


The vast, vast majority of children who are vaccine injured never see a dime in compensation.


Most parents who try and tell their story, particularly if they argue for vaccine choice, are mocked and dismissed as liars or people who are incapable to discerning what happened.


You will get no help or support from the very machine that insisted you vaccinate in the first place, the machine that puts "herd immunity" above informed choice. Yes, your child took one for the team, something they all know can happen, but you will not be financially compensated and you will not receive emotional support - rather you will be mocked for daring to remind the world that this can happen, thus jeopardizing the precious vaccine program.
 

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"How have the meek not inherited the earth, when it comes to vaccine induced injury?"

-Most vaccine injuries are not noted as vaccine injuries or reported to anyone.
-Those who do report what they suspect are vaccine injuries to their doctor are typically dismissed by their doctor
-Some who report to the doctor do have their incident reported to VAERS. Nothing happens beyond this. If you get extremely lucky, maybe your doctor will agree your child should not be further vaccinated and you will get a medical exemption! Woo-hoo! If not, and if you live in a difficult state, you will have to homeschool them or re-assault (word used deliberately in the scenario) them with a product you truly believe to be harmful to them. Nice.
-Incredibly rarely: If you have a very strong case, the resources to handle a long court case and the knowledge to make sure you apply within deadlines and other conditions of application, you may try to bring a case before vaccine court. You will likely lose, it will take forever and be quite harrowing. If you win anything, your case will likely be sealed.

An article on vaccine court:
http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2014/12/22/us/politics/ap-us-vaccine-court.html?_r=0

A few quotes:

"In the first 20 years of vaccine court, government doctors recommended compensation up front in 18 percent of non-autism cases. From 2008 through 2012 — the most recent data the government would release under a Freedom of Information Act request — they recommended compensation in just 5 percent of claims.
What changed?
One important factor was a growing fear that concessions could erode the public's confidence in vaccine safety......

— Cases are supposed to be resolved within 240 days, with options for another 150 days of extensions. Less than 7 percent of 7,876 claims not involving autism met the 240-day target. Add in autism claims, which were postponed so the court could hear all of them at once, and just 4.5 percent took fewer than 240 days. Most non-autism cases take at least two and a half years, with the average case length more than three years, not including cases unresolved at the end of 2012. Hundreds have surpassed the decade mark. Several people died before getting any money.
Caught in the middle are families that need help.
"The system is not working," said Richard Topping, a former U.S. Department of Justice attorney who handled vaccine injury claims but resigned after concluding his bosses had no desire to fix the major flaws he saw. "People who need help aren't getting it."


The vast, vast majority of children who are vaccine injured never see a dime in compensation.


Most parents who try and tell their story, particularly if they argue for vaccine choice, are mocked and dismissed as liars or people who are incapable to discerning what happened.


You will get no help or support from the very machine that insisted you vaccinate in the first place, the machine that puts "herd immunity" above informed choice. Yes, your child took one for the team, something they all know can happen, but you will not be financially compensated and you will not receive emotional support - rather you will be mocked for daring to remind the world that this can happen, thus jeopardizing the precious vaccine program.
 
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