OK, I understand your position better now. As for my own position, I don't believe that vaccines "are evil and should be illegal", I advocate for informed consent
rather than government mandates. I started researching the issue carefully in 2015 when California passed much more restrictive mandates. I don't live in California, but the saying "as goes California, so goes the nation" has proven right enough times that I realized the potential was there for an encroachment of medical tyranny in other states or at the national level. So far nowhere else in the country has done as much in that direction California, but there have been lots of attempts to with a lot of money behind them, and other countries such as Australia and Italy also are going in that direction.
As for your question of whether safe vaccines could be formulated, I'd say we don't know for sure, it all depends on your definition of safe and what risks are worth it. Already, certain vaccines cause a lot more adverse reactions than others, the HPV vaccine seems to be turning out to have particularly nasty side effects. I would be much more hopeful if the CDC and thee media would tackle the CDC whistleblower story head on and not try to keep any mention of vaccine injury from the public. If you have any doubt that's being done, check out what happened when Robert de Niro tried to get the film" Vaxxed" shown at his Tribeca festival, and how all the mainstream media reviews seem like they're almost copied from one another, and they don't even mention the CDC whistleblower at all, which is the main focus of the film. There are plenty of critics of vaccine policy with a lot of different opinions and levels of knowledge, the media lumps them all under the "anti-vaxxer" label.
I disagree about homeopathy because of my experience and research. I was pretty skeptical too, until I fell in a way that should have given me a bad bruise but didn't because someone gave me homeopathic Arnica. That first time didn't completely convince me completely but intrigued me, and i've used a number remedies since. There's one I use fairly regularly that gives me noticeable relief from some chronic issues I deal with, although it isn't a cure-all. As for as studies go, the assertion by so many that there are no studies that show homeopathy to be no more effective than a placebo is not backed by the research I've done. There are some that show that, many seem to have been contrived out of either ignorance of some of the basics of homeopathy or a desire to have a negative result. Others do show a positive result, as this site
documents. It's true there's no mechanism currently known to science that explains it, but that doesn't really trouble me because objects fell from the sky long before Newton formulated his theory of gravity.
As far as the medical kidnapping goes, I'm thinking of stories like this one.
The debate about what are the rights of the family versus the state isn't one with any cut and dried answers, but I gather I'm a lot further toward the rights of the family end of the spectrum than you are. When I've had these sorts of debates with others it rarely results in anyone changing their opinion because so much if it comes down to a difference of values. For myself, if i look at is from a historical perspective i see that throughout history there have been lots of people that believed they knew the right way to live, and invariably other people came along later with sharply differing ideas. I don't believe there's one right way to live, raise a family etc, although there are ways that tend to work better than others, and some ways that worm fine for certain individuals in certain situations but not others. Humans have always had cultures as well, and there's always a push to conform to cultural norms. However in this increasingly globalized world where increasingly similar mandates and regulations are pushed in many countries around the world, we run the risk of greater disaster from anything that has unintended consequences. And, while corporate greed certainly magnifies the risk of harm, even the most well-intentioned efforts are knowh to have unintended consequences. I personally consider the naming of humans Homo sapiens
to be an act of arrogance, Homo ignoramus
would be better, even the geniuses among our species know little compared to the vastness of all that is. Erring on the side of more freedom for people and their families seems sensible to be, more people trying different things there's more chances for better solutions to be among there somewhere.