In honor of National Vaccination Week we are releasing this much needed statement. I wrote the rough draft, and it was shaped into this form and polished by a well known attorney, one that has won millions of dollars for his clients.
More than trying to set a legal precedent, we are trying to raise consciousness. If we can just get people to stop and question whether our rights are being impinged upon for profits, maybe this will make a difference.
The next time a healthcare practitioner questions your healthcare choices, take a copy of this and fill in the date and their name and hand it to them.
This is the first time we have public exhibited this statement. I am open to feedback, comments, praises, etc. If you would like this graphic altered in anyway for your purposes please let me know. If you want to change the graphic or writing for yourself that's great too. I hope this acts as a baseline for our proactive healthy futures together.
Gross Negligence vs Reasonable Care
Gross negligence is a conscious and voluntary disregard of the need to use reasonable care, which is likely to cause foreseeable grave injury or harm to persons, property, or both. It is conduct that is extreme when compared with ordinary Negligence, which is a mere failure to exercise reasonable care. Ordinary negligence and gross negligence differ in degree of inattention, while both differ from willful and wanton conduct, which is conduct that is reasonably considered to cause injury.
Be hereby notified that reasonable care requires that anyone administering, distributing, promoting, or selling a product containing known neurotoxins must first evaluate recipients for current state(s) of physical toxicity, and/or test any and all recipients(s) of these products for allergies to known neurotoxins.
Products may include but are not limited to the following: Dental amalgams, implants of any kind, antiseptics, topical antiseptics, and vaccines.
Anyone who consciously and voluntarily disregards this testing prior to administering, distributing, promoting, or selling such a product is committing gross negligence.
Written by ALBERT WILKING