A Response to Why Younger Folk are not giving Their Babies Those Shots

Perhaps it is because those of us who have children who have been destroyed by these shots are telling young parents to take care. We all suffered tremendously because of the damages we suffered from these shots. I was persecuted because of my oldest child’s aberrant behavior—back in the days when we were called “refrigerator moms.”

A wonderful social worker took up our cause and protected us all. They were ripping these early brain-damaged children out of homes and placing them into an overburdened foster care system. I knew I loved my children so much that if anyone could figure out how to deal with this it would be me. I succeeded in many ways, but not enough.

I remember little Josh’s mom–a boy much like my oldest. Out-of-control–constant movement–needing 24/7 care. I heard a rumor Mom was giving him up. I asked her how could she do that?

“I have three more children at home,” she said.

I knew if she did not give up Josh the system would make a clean sweep–take them all. She knew it, too. I refused to relinquish my boys.

Another social worker told me decades later that it was a good thing I hung on so hard because the seized children hadn’t fared so well. They were horrific times.

Stories like these coming from crippled old women bear fruit in the protection of children. The people who should be prosecuted are the people wielding these horrible things. I doubt a single perpetrator will see prison-time.

We are the vaccine-injured, and we will never stop speaking out.


Copyright 2019 Joyce Bowen

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