FORCED VACCINATION PROGRAM FEARED
‘Experts’ say public schools the best place to institute ‘voluntary’ vaccinations
By Mark Anderson
ALTHOUGH SOME CONJECTURE is unavoidable when it comes to the “swine flu pandemic,” some troubling aspects of this issue have been factually established or are coming into focus.
For one thing, as AMERICAN FREE PRESS reported a couple months ago, pigs such as those on corporate farms in places like Mexico—farms “seeded” by the North American Free Trade Agreement, which helps corporate pig farmers operate outside the U.S. with almost no regulations—are major breeding places for viral illnesses. The animals are crammed together in tight, highly unsanitary and cruel conditions by the thousands.
Meanwhile, President Obama just completed his “three amigos” conference in Guadalajara, Mexico, meeting with Mexican President Felipe Calderon and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. They agreed, publicly anyway, that the feared spread of this flu must not allow cross-border trade and tourism to suffer, so no plans to fully secure the U.S. border with Mexico, to keep flu-carrying illegal aliens out of the U.S. during this “outbreak,” were announced.
This is odd indeed, considering we’re supposedly facing a threat that justifies millions of planned vaccine doses for the United States alone. Many of the early swine flu cases were thought to have started in Mexico, if the overall conventional story is to be believed.
Mark Smith of the Associated Press, displaying the usual religious faith that mainstream reporters have in official pronouncements, scribbled the following just after the summit:
In April, when Obama visited Mexico City, the first swine flu cases were just surfacing. Now, it’s a global epidemic that’s sickened more than 43,000 people in the United States and is blamed for 300 deaths. The toll in Mexico is at least 15,000 cases and 141 deaths; in Canada it’s 10,000 cases and 50 deaths.
While the H1N1 virus is in a summer lull in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s expected to roar back in the fall. Public health officials are readying medicines [vaccines] and public education campaigns, hoping to curb the flu without disrupting vital cross-border trade and tourism.
Meanwhile, the Centers for Disease Control itself listed far different numbers online—on the very same day (Aug. 10) that Smith’s report was filed; moreover, the CDC has announced that its tracking of actual swine flu cases has largely ceased and flimsy statistical “models” are being used instead. That day, the CDC listed 436 swine flu “deaths” and 6,506 people “hospitalized” from it.
Yet, Smith says, without attribution, that “43,000” have been “sickened.” A lot of people are “sickened” every day by the regular flu, colds and a number of other things. Most of those “sickened” recover and may or may not visit a hospital or doctor. As Cleveland, Ohio-based Dr. Sherri Tenpenny pointed out, if the CDC is correct that millions of people have been “infected” by swine flu but only had regular symptoms and recovered, then a natural immunity likely exists. So why rush to vaccinate America?
Five major drug companies stand to make huge amounts of cash for producing millions of vaccine doses. Clinical trials just started at eight major institutions, according to Dr. Tenpenny, a noted researcher/ watchdog who has critiqued this $1.8 billion (so far) swine flu initiative that the federal government seems hell-bent on carrying out, with up to 100 million doses slated to be made by November.
Then, enough to vaccinate every man, woman and child, a total of 300 million doses, is expected by March 2010, according to an overhead presentation Tenpenny gave on July 27, now posted online. The five companies that so far have received $1,816,989,920 in U.S. dollars, listed with their pie share, are: Novartis, 46 percent; Sanofi Pasteur, 26 percent; CSL (Melbourne, Australia), 19 percent; Med-Immune, 6 percent and GlaskoSmithKline, 3 percent.
The eight places where trials are being carried out are: Baylor College of Medicine, Houston; Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati; Emory University , Atlanta; Group Health Cooperative, Seattle; Saint Louis University, St. Louis; University of Iowa, Iowa City; University of Maryland Medical School, Baltimore, more; and Vanderbilt University, Nashville. No more than 42 days will be allowed to see if the trial participants have a bad reaction, when auto-immune and arthritis problems can take months to show up.
Tenpenny observed that the money to fund the vaccines also paid for squalene-based “adjuvants” (vaccine manufacturing agents known as ASO 3 and ASO 4, and MF-59). The first two have not been legalized for use in the U.S. and have been shown to cause crippling inflammation including extreme arthritis in lab mice, while “MF-59 is the squalene-based adjuvant that was in the anthrax vaccine” and is suspected to cause Gulf War illness, Tenpenny said.
So by all indications a major vaccination plan, which the CDC claims is “voluntary,” is under way and schools likely will be a major venue, according to Tenpenny. Come September, October or no later than November, these “voluntary” vaccinations—that very likely will become forced vaccinations—are expected to visit your town, even as many Americans remember that the swine flu vaccine administered to 46 million Americans in 1976 was itself responsible for deaths and cases of paralysis—a literal example of “death by injection.”
Some 4,000 Americans claimed damages from the 1976 program, amounting to $3.5 billion.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan told The Washington Post July 10 that schools are “natural sites” to start this massive vaccination. Tenpenny says infants and children up to 4 years old are at the top of the list, followed by school-age kids; then children with asthma and pregnant women; then critical-response workers (first responders, nurses etc); and so on. Some reports say young people aged 18-24 are a major target group (others say 19-24) because they supposedly have been more adversely affected by the H1N1 flu than other groups.
Americans are told to expect three shots this fall (the regular seasonal shot, followed by two H1N1 shots). School children who have never had a flu shot are targeted for four shots in the fall—twice for seasonal flu, twice for swine flu. HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius (a Bilderberg participant) has urged school superintendents to make plans to use their buildings for mass vaccinations and for vaccinating kids first.
Website Educates Public About Vaccine Dangers
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny announced a website from which flyers and brochures can be downloaded and printed for community activists who want to warn their local leaders, first responders, area medical personnel, their local sheriff and others about what activists feel is a potentially tyrannical or unsafe H1N1 vaccination plan and its possible threat to freedom and public health. The user-friendly website is PandemicFluOnline.com.
PandemicFluOnline’s core contributors are gearing up for Pandemic Flu Awareness Week (August 16-23), building the website for dramatically expanding the people’s knowledge on the historical, political and financial realities of the current pandemic response.
They seek the participation of health freedom advocates, both individuals and organizations, as well as medical professionals to help dramatically expand awareness in an effort to sidestep what they believe will be “a vaccine-induced public health disaster of unprecedented proportions.”
PandemicFluOnline is seeking donations to help fund newspaper/magazine advertisements, radio and TV spots, and YouTube clips. To get a more “official” perspective, a DHS spokes man suggested flu.gov. That site is premised on the vaccinations being completely necessary. Reading the website makes it difficult to believe that the program will be “voluntary,” as the CDC and other sources claim.
State-by-state information is available at this website. Grant dollars are flowing to the states to assist them in their efforts. The 1918 pandemic is mentioned, as the federal and state governments characterize the current H1N1 “outbreak” as a probable plague.
Mark Anderson is a longtime newsman now working as a corresponding editor for American Free Press. Together he and his wife Angie provide many photographs of the events they cover for AFP. Mark welcomes your comments and inputs as well as story leads. Email him at at email@example.com.
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(Issue # 34, August 24, 2009)