VACCINE LETTER 6 To Members of Parliament

Posted by Shawn on October 5, 2021

Dear Member of Parliament:


Hello, I am a Canadian who would like to, respectfully, voice my objection to vaccine passports, mandatory vaccinations and the covid vaccines in general. I don't want the side effects. Vaccines are complex biochemical substances that can rightly be called drugs. The reaction to having these biochemical substances injected into a person may be positive or may be negative, or may have both positive and negative effects. Those effects may be different for different people because our systems are not identical. One person may show no negative effects while another person may exhibit a strong allergic reaction and even go into anaphylactic shock (Which could kill them).

The problem with mandating vaccines, and some employers have as a condition of employment, is that they treat everyone alike, not recognizing the difference in peoples' systems, a one-size-fits-all approach. Mandatory vaccinations do not take into consideration a person's individual state of health, their health history, pre-existing conditions or genetic background. If you don't experience a negative reaction, then you perhaps would think that they are safe. However, if you do experience a negative reaction, you may end up being very, very sick.

Sadly, people becoming very, very sick after receiving a vaccination has been the experience of many. The Canadian government webpage “Reported side effects following COVID-19 vaccination in Canada” lists the following reported side effects of the covid vaccines (although it stresses that there is not necessarily a proven connection between the side effect and the vaccine and doesn't use the word “side effects” but rather “ safety signals”):

Thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome

Guillain-Barré Syndrome


Capillary leak syndrome


Canadians like myself, who don't want to risk our health by taking the covid vaccines must have the right to refuse, and must not be turned into second-class citizens who loose our legal rights given to us in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Thank you for reading my letter and for hearing my concerns.

Shawn Stevens