“Barbara Loe Fisher is the co-founder of the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC). Barbara and the NVIC have been around since 1986 when Congress and President Reagan signed into law legislation that gave legal immunity to pharmaceutical companies that produce vaccines.
It is because of Barbara and her efforts through the NVIC that we even have a Vaccine Adverse Reactions System (VAERS) mandated by law, even though the government does everything they can to hide this system, as very few people even know that it exists.
NVIC built the best front-end system to search the VAERS database at MedAlerts.
Barbara has been around fighting for you and your children’s rights to informed consent for medical procedures for over 40 years. NVIC has mobilized grass-roots citizens in all 50 states who volunteer to watch what state legislators and local health departments do to try and force vaccines on people, mainly children over the years, and mobilize people to fight back against those efforts to deny the right to informed consent.
For many years she was the go-to person that the corporate media would interview to give the “other side” of the vaccine debate, back when the corporate media still gave time to that side. Watch the video I made earlier this year highlighting her 40-year career in fighting forced vaccination mandates.
Barbara has just published her most recent exposé on the state of medical tyranny through vaccination, Forced Vaccination Was Always the End Game, which gives a great summary of how we got to where we are today, and what we need to do now to push back against this authoritarianism.” Link
Forced Vaccination Was Always the End Game
by Barbara Loe Fisher
“With the exception of Pearl Harbor and Sept. 11, 2001, Americans have not been attacked by an enemy on our own soil.
Unlike countries in Europe during World War II, America has never been occupied by a military force or locked down under martial law. We have never seen soldiers in armored vehicles patrolling the streets, warning us to stay in our homes or face arrest – or worse.
Beginning in 1776, when our freedom seeking founders wrote the Declaration of Independence  and stood their ground from Lexington and Concord to Saratoga and Valley Forge,  and then came together to create a constitutional Republic dedicated to protecting individual and minority rights,  the United States of America has defined and served as a beacon for liberty for people around the world. 
This summer, we watched soldiers patrolling the streets of Sydney, Australia with helicopters overhead blaring warnings to a stunned, locked down people to stay in their homes in the name of the public health. [5, 6, 7]
We have watched hundreds of thousands of people, young and old, gather together again and again in the streets of Paris, London, Rome, Athens, and Berlin. [8, 9, 10, 11, 12]
They are marching against authoritarianism, the kind of Orwellian authoritarianism embodied in government issued vaccine passports that punish citizens for simply defending the right to make a voluntary medical decision for themselves and their minor children,  a decision about whether to be injected with a biological pharmaceutical product that can cause serious reactions, [14, 15, 16, 17] injure, [18, 19, 20, 21] kill [22, 23, 24] or fail to work. [25, 26, 27, 28]
The signs they carry say:
“No forced testing, no forced vaccines”
“Stop the dictatorship”
“Hands off our children:
“My body is mine”
“Big Pharma shackles freedom”
“No to the Pass of shame”
“Better to die free than live as a slave”
In what has become a prophetic primal scream for liberty, governments are ordering the police to break up the largely peaceful demonstrators [29, 30] flooding the big cities and small villages of western Europe, the first populations to organize massive public protests against old fashioned tyranny dressed up in 21st century clothes.
The people of Europe were the first to stand up for freedom during this government declared public health emergency because they know how tyranny begins. They know what it looks like and they remember what it feels like. They remember and are declaring, “Never again.”
In America, We Have Taken Our Freedom for Granted
Most Americans living today do not remember World War II or, if they do, it is through what their parents or grandparents told them about it.
World War II was not fought on American soil. Americans went to war in Europe to stop the slaughter of millions at the hands of an authoritarian fascist government commanding the Army of the Third Reich that killed in the name of the public health and safety, [31, 32] even an authoritarian communist government slaughtered many more millions during a “Reign of Terror” in the Soviet Union. 
Most American children today are not taught what happened in China after World War II, when the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) implemented the Great Leap Forward and the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution. Those militant ideological cleansing campaigns imprisoned and killed tens of millions of citizens because they criticized or opposed authoritarian government policies. [34, 35]
In America, we have taken our freedom for granted because, while we have been willing to fight to defend the freedom of others, we have never been called upon to defend it in our own backyard.
Most Americans have never imagined we would experience a serious threat to autonomy and freedom of thought, [36, 37] speech, [38, 39] conscience [40, 41] and assembly. 
So deep has been our trust in the laws and cultural values which have, for the most part, ensured fundamental freedoms in our country, that we never believed it could happen here. [43, 44]
But the last 20 months have changed everything. Many Americans have begun to understand that tyranny can be disguised to look like safety, even as many others still cannot bring themselves to believe it.”