(VI) How Big Pharma gets away with injecting children with neurotoxic heavy metals / California attorney and assemblyman challenges mandatory vaccination law as unconstitutional
How Big Pharma gets away with injecting children with neurotoxic heavy metals
(NaturalNews) The systematic takedown of medical freedom in the U.S. certainly didn’t happen overnight, but the disastrous fallout that we see today might appear that way. How did our once great republic degenerate from every citizen possessing an inalienable right to treat his own body how he best sees fit to parents now being mocked, manipulated and coerced at every turn into injecting their babies with neurotoxic chemicals and live viruses in the name of health promotion and disease prevention?
The vaccine industry’s influential power over national health policy has been swelling for many decades, having been birthed largely out of 1930s cannabis prohibition and the early days of the “war on drugs.” A major paradigm shift occurred during this pivotal time in U.S. history that paved the way for the establishment of a centralized pharmaceutical industry, including an entire industry devoted to developing artificial immunity jabs, or what are more commonly known as vaccines.
Since that time, the vaccine industry has gained key inroads into the American political structure that have allowed it to attain an all-powerful status. The vaccine industry is the only sector of the general economy that is exempt from the normal legal process, for example, meaning vaccine recipients and their families can’t sue vaccine manufacturers when they’re injured or killed by vaccines. Vaccines are also given unwavering rubber-stamp approval by the mainstream media as being “safe and effective,” despite the fact that no independent, long-term safety studies have ever been conducted to prove this.
Back in the 1980s when the autism epidemic first became evident, pharmaceutical and companies switched into high gear to co-opt the media, the medical establishment and the government to protect the reputation of vaccines. So-called regulatory agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and various others all jumped aboard.
Then, in 1996, the pharmaceutical drug cartel successfully lobbied (bribed) Congress into allowing direct-to-consumer advertising of prescription drugs, all the while muzzling the corporate media to avoid any talk linking vaccines to autism. Thousands of parents of vaccine-injuredÂ have also been silenced in the process, and increasingly so as the idea of compulsory vaccinations floats through the headlines as the next plank in converting the entire world to the religion (cult) of .
It was former President Ronald Reagan who signed NCVIA into law exempting vaccine corporations from liability for vaccine injuries
Interestingly enough, conservative icon and former President Ronald Reagan, whom many champions of liberty hold in high esteem, was the one responsible for getting vaccine companies off the hook when it comes to liability for vaccine damage. Back in 1986, Reagan signed the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act, or NCVIA, absolving drug companies from all liability for
“No vaccine manufacturer shall be liable… for damages arising from a vaccine-related injury or death,” stated former President Reagan as he signed NCVIA into law.
Keeping a lid on the truth has proven difficult, however, especially as the U.S. government, using taxpayer dollars, has forked out some $3 billion in damages to vaccine-injured families over the past few decades through NCVIA. Vaccine manufacturers haven’t been held liable, of course, but this roundabout admission of guilt that their products injure and kill children is now in public purview, despite all the propaganda to the contrary.
“Aluminum, as is mercury, is a known potent mitochondrial toxin, and every cell in the body, especially the brain cells of infants, is highly susceptible to permanent damage from those two , especially when they are used in combination and especially when they are injected, as was the case during the 1990s when the autism epidemic was escalating from rare (1/10,000 [sic] to ‘normal’ (1/150),” wrote Dr. Gary G. Kohls for the Centre for Research on Globalization.
California attorney and assemblyman challenges mandatory vaccination law as unconstitutional
(NaturalNews) The Constitution or rather, limitations that the Constitution places on government, doesn’t matter much these days to many of our elected officials. Indeed, many have often speculated that if our founding fathers were somehow able to step into modern America, the technology would blow them away, of course, but they would not recognize our governing system.
California’s recent law mandating that all children have to be vaccinated in order to attend public and private schools in the state is a case in point: This Stalin-like “solution” to a non-existent problem, a rampant threat to public health from non-vaccinated kids, turned parental rights on its head.
Now, however, one state lawmaker says he isn’t prepared to let what he views as a major constitutional usurpation go unchallenged. Democratic Rep. Mike Gatto, a constitutional and appellate lawyer by trade, has hinted he may seek to get the law overturned.
‘Such intimate decisions are not for government to make’
In a recent USA Today column, he wrote:
I swore an oath to uphold the U.S. and California constitutions. Sometimes, that means voting against “responsible” bills that nevertheless represent government overreach. California’s broad new mandate, that a child cannot attend school unless vaccinated for 10 conditions and “any other disease deemed appropriate,” was such an occasion.
The legislation affects four fundamental rights: to parent one’s children; to refuse medical treatment; to practice one’s religion (for those whose creed genuinely eschews medicine); and to attend school (a unique right recognized in ).
Gatto went on to note that even if the state government does have a compelling interest in slowing the spread of disease, lawmakers and Gov. Jerry Brown cannot infringe on constitutional and civil liberties with overly broad laws, especially if less-restrictive means of achieving the compelling interest are available.
“Consider the following examples. There are 1.2 million Americans with HIV and 178 this year with the measles. Just as vaccines slow or halt the spread of measles, prophylactics slow or halt HIV,” he notes. 9 (And that is debatable. âMrT.) “But could the government mandate that everyone use condoms to stop the spread of HIV? Of course not! Such intimate decisions are not for government to make.”
He also wrote that about 56,000 Americans die annually from the flu or from pneumonia. If one were to prohibit the travel and assembly of anyone who was suspected of suffering from either of these conditions that would go a long way towards curbing the spread of each illness and thus, save lives.
However, the rights to assemble and travel freely around the country are bedrock liberties in the U.S., guaranteed by the , and governments could not deny them to people on the basis of having the flu.
Gatto said scholarly writings have noted that court rulings permitting mandatory vaccinations are narrow, outdated and originate from a line of precedent that also gave government power to sterilize anyone it deemed genetically unfit.
Proponents of mandatory vaccinations say that supporters of parental rights/vaccine choice ought to “trust scientists.” And while says he does, he also notes that vaccination proponents “would be wise to trust constitutional lawyers.”
“A law mandating vaccinating kindergarteners for an STD, shots for tetanus (not communicable) and ‘any other’ vaccines that some bureaucrat chooses, or a child loses the right to education, is too broad to be constitutional,” he asserted.
No wonder our elected leaders have tanking approval ratings
It wasn’t clear from his op-ed whether Gatto planned to file a legal challenge to the law, but the fact that he has bucked his own political party over fundamental constitutional issues is refreshing.
By contrast, the Editorial Board of USA Today, a gatekeeper of progressive elitism in media, , but is urging all states to adopt something like it.
[There is] nothing like a little authoritarianism to throw our founding fathers through a loop if they ever make it back to the future.
The good news is, in poll after poll, Americans are showing their displeasure with their elected leaders. Trust has evaporated, and institutions like Congress and the Supreme Court have seen their approval ratings plunge to record depths. Perhaps at some point the anger will manifest itself in a political revolution that spells the end to career politics and disproportionate influence from special interests like Big Pharma.
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