Your first paragraph quoted is basically you allowing anti-vaxxers to control the frame of the conversation. "Ooh, we can't do this, because they might do more of what they're already doing!" Their ignorance is not equal to real, earned knowledge and you need to stop pretending otherwise.And when the rest of the public becomes hesitant on vaccines because you forced them on a group that had very little to benefit and some bad stuff happened, that ends up being a good thing? If you open up the vaccines to kids voluntarily, you'll get plenty getting the vaccines like you do now, it's been voluntary the whole time. And if someone bad happens and it was voluntary, then it obviously doesn't look as bad and the actual bad is lessened (since less kids got it overall).
We have plenty of people that already got sick and also vaccinated, it's a combination of both, any kind of immunity works.
How are they controlling the narrative by having vaccinations voluntary, are you saying they've been controlling the narrative the whole time then?