Police SWAT Raid Home and Take Children Because Unvaccinated Child Had a Fever

Unvaccinated Children Torn From Parents in Horrifying Late Night SWAT Raid

By Dagny Taggart

On February 25, a pregnant mother took her 2-year-old son to the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine clinic in Tempe, Arizona because he had a fever of over 100. The doctor instructed the mother to take him to the emergency room because he is unvaccinated and she feared he could have meningitis.

The doctor called the emergency room at Banner Cardon Children’s Medical Center in Mesa to let them know the boy would be arriving.

But after leaving the doctor’s office, the boy showed signs of improvement. He was laughing and playing with his siblings, and his temperature moved closer to normal. Around 6:30 pm, the mother called the doctor to let her know the toddler no longer had a fever and she would not be taking him to the emergency room.

In Arizona, parents may decline vaccinations for their child based on personal, religious, or medical exemptions, but the mother was still concerned that the Arizona Department of Child Safety (DCS) would come after her. One can’t blame her for being afraid, as unvaccinated families have been targets of dystopian crackdowns and witch hunts of late.

The doctor assured her DCS would not come after her. According to police records, the mother then agreed to take her son to the hospital.

This is when things took a particularly nasty turn, reports AZCentral

Read More: https://www.theorganicprepper.com/unvaccinated-children-torn-from-parents-in-horrifying-late-night-swat-raid/

SWAT Team Raids Home of Sick Child Because Doctor Was Concerned About 100 Degree Fever

The topic of unvaccinated children has sparked a national debate as recent outbreaks of diseases once thought to have been eradicated have put a new focus on the controversial practice. Unvaccinated children are being barred from entering school and attending events in other public places. But should the government get involved in this matter?

Child Protective Service Created A Gestapo Police State

…The Gestapo power that the state now wields over parents is a creation of “child advocates” who believe that it is the function of government to protect children from parents.  One consequence has been to erode parental control and to effectively end it in the case of rebellious children who respond to punishment by calling CPS and reporting their parents.   CPS has powerful incentives to seize children as it justifies the agency’s existance and brings a federal payment for each child seized. 

There are reports that many of the seized children end up in the hands of pedophiles, but governments seldom want to hear that they are doing harm rather than good.

Why has child safety changed so much over my lifetime that children need a police agency to protect them?  Why could I and my 5 year old classmates walk alone to our neighborhood schools, for example, but such a thing is unthinkable today.  Could the destruction of homogenuous neighborhoods by “diversity” have anything to do with it? Could the redefinition of the parental control of my day as child abuse have anything to do with it?  Could all the forces that have broken up the family have anything to do with it?  When I grew up children had parents, two sets of grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins all in the same geographical area.  There was tremendous support for marriages and children.  Divorce was rare compared to today.  Families went to church, an important mission of which was to inculcate and reinforce moral and ethical standards of behavior.  The father’s income was enough to support the family, so mothers were at home to provide child and household services.  Today both parents have to work.

Read More: https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2019/03/29/child-protective-service-created-a-gestapo-police-state/

Author: Poor Dick

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