Hidden laws and guidelines on informed consent could protect children against mandatory vaccination

As a parent, you have a right to ask for and be given as much information until you are in a position to make an informed decision. Then and only then is it possible to make an informed consent. If you are a parent who when you have been given all the information still want to go ahead and vaccinate then that is fine. If you decide to not vaccinate then that is fine also. We need to respect each others views.
Those organisations who are out pushing this vaccination upon parents as a must have a huge conflict of interest given that they are accepting huge funding from pharma industries either in sponsorship, donations or otherwise.
Yet they expect you the parents of Ireland to voluntary contribute to their many funding activities and then on the otherhand try and force support of vaccination.
Unfortunately they have jumped on the band wagon with the big pharmas along with some politicians and others. You would be surprised with what you would find in that closset.

Those who support this vaccine are entitled to do so and that is not a problem but please respect those who differ on opinion. All parents have a right to make their own decision and that should be respected.