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Mass Vaccination Program Was Halted After Hundreds Contracted Debilitating Nerve Disease

As some governments seem poised to engage in mass vaccination programs in the name of “saving us” from a “pandemic,” it is worthwhile contemplating the information in this article from Steve Watson.

Previous Swine Flu Outbreak Originated At Fort Dix

Steve Watson
Infowars.net
Friday, April 24, 2009

Previous Swine Flu Outbreak Originated At Fort Dix 240409SwineGiven the reports of the possibility of a swine flu epidemic, it is interesting to note that last time there was a significant outbreak of a new form of swine flu in the U.S. it originated at the army base at Fort Dix, New Jersey.

Hundreds of soldiers on the base, mostly recruits, were infected without becoming ill in 1976.

President Gerald Ford immediately ordered a nationwide vaccination program.

More than 40 million people were vaccinated. However, the program was stopped short after over 500 cases of Guillain-Barre syndrome, a severe paralyzing nerve disease, were reported. 30 people died as a direct result of the vaccinations.

Unanswered questions regarding the outbreak remain to this day. According to a CDC investigation, It is not known why the virus did not extend beyond basic trainees or beyond the military base. The source of the virus, the exact time of its introduction into Fort Dix, and factors limiting its spread and duration remain unknown.

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Previous reports of attempts to use influenza as a bio weapon, should also have us asking concerned questions. See below for further reading.

‘Accidental’ Contamination Of Vaccine With Live Avian Flu Virus Virtually Impossible

Indonesia’s Health Minister Accuses U.S. Of Bird Flu Bio-Weapon Conspiracy

Military resurrects deadly flu virus

Experts fear escape of 1918 flu from lab

The avian flu fright: Politically timed for global ‘iatrogenocide’

US: ‘Martial Law Logistics’ Or ‘Preparations For Genocide’?

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FEMA and Homeland Security are requiring local officials to provide them with all kinds of detailed information about the communities.

One of the requirements apparently is localities need to be prepared to provide mass inoculations to the entire population in 48 hours or less.

These are the same people who didn’t care enough to drop food and water to the thousands of people stranded in New Orleans for SIX DAYS after the US Army Corps of Engineer levees failed in New Orleans in 2005.

Go here for the details:  https://www.brasschecktv.com/page/606.html

Artwork by Brocke Lever.


Related: Vaccines as Biological Weapons? Live Avian Flu Virus Placed in Baxter Vaccine Materials Sent to 18 Countries


US News: Lose your property for growing food?

Posted: March 16, 2009
8:56 pm Eastern

By Chelsea Schilling
© 2009 WorldNetDaily

Some small farms and organic food growers could be placed under direct supervision of the federal government under new legislation making its way through Congress.

Food Safety Modernization Act

House Resolution 875, or the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2009, was introduced by Rosa DeLauro, D-Conn., in February. DeLauro’s husband, Stanley Greenburg, conducts research for Monsanto – the world’s leading producer of herbicides and genetically engineered seed.

DeLauro’s act has 39 co-sponsors and was referred to the House Agriculture Committee on Feb. 4. It calls for the creation of a Food Safety Administration to allow the government to regulate food production at all levels – and even mandates property seizure, fines of up to $1 million per offense and criminal prosecution for producers, manufacturers and distributors who fail to comply with regulations.

Michael Olson, host of the Food Chain radio show and author of “Metro Farm,” told WND the government should focus on regulating food production in countries such as China and Mexico rather than burdening small and organic farmers in the U.S. with overreaching regulations.

“We need somebody to watch over us when we’re eating food that comes from thousands and thousands of miles away. We need some help there,” he said. “But when food comes from our neighbors or from farmers who we know, we don’t need all of those rules. If your neighbor sells you something that is bad and you get sick, you are going to get your hands on that farmer, and that will be the end of it. It regulates itself.”

The legislation would establish the Food Safety Administration within the Department of Health and Human Services “to protect the public health by preventing food-borne illness, ensuring the safety of food, improving research on contaminants leading to food-borne illness, and improving security of food from intentional contamination, and for other purposes.”

Federal regulators will be tasked with ensuring that food producers, processors and distributors – both large and small – prevent and minimize food safety hazards such as food-borne illnesses and contaminants such as bacteria, chemicals, natural toxins or manufactured toxicants, viruses, parasites, prions, physical hazards or other human pathogens.

Under the legislation’s broad wording, slaughterhouses, seafood processing plants, establishments that process, store, hold or transport all categories of food products prior to delivery for retail sale, farms, ranches, orchards, vineyards, aquaculture facilities and confined animal-feeding operations would be subject to strict government regulation.

Government inspectors would be required to visit and examine food production facilities, including small farms, to ensure compliance. They would review food safety records and conduct surveillance of animals, plants, products or the environment.

“What the government will do is bring in industry experts to tell them how to manage all this stuff,” Olson said. “It’s industry that’s telling government how to set these things up. What it always boils down to is who can afford to have the most influence over the government. It would be those companies that have sufficient economies of scale to be able to afford the influence – which is, of course, industrial agriculture.”

Farms and food producers would be forced to submit copies of all records to federal inspectors upon request to determine whether food is contaminated, to ensure they are in compliance with food safety laws and to maintain government tracking records. Refusal to register, permit inspector access or testing of food or equipment would be prohibited.

“What is going to happen is that local agriculture will end up suffering through some onerous protocols designed for international agriculture that they simply don’t need,” Olson said. “Thus, it will be a way for industrial agriculture to manage local agriculture.”

Under the act, every food producer must have a written food safety plan describing likely hazards and preventative controls they have implemented and must abide by “minimum standards related to fertilizer use, nutrients, hygiene, packaging, temperature controls, animal encroachment, and water.”

“That opens a whole can of worms,” Olson said. “I think that’s where people are starting to freak out about losing organic agriculture. Who is going to decide what the minimum standards are for fertilization or anything else? The government is going to bring in big industry and say we are setting up these protocols, so what do you think we should do? Who is it going to bring in to ask? The government will bring in people who have economies of scale who have that kind of influence.”

DeLauro’s act calls for the Food Safety Administration to create a “national traceability system” to retrieve history, use and location of each food product through all stages of production, processing and distribution.

Olson believes the regulations could create unjustifiable financial hardships for small farmers and run them out of business.

“That is often the purpose of rules and regulations: to get rid of your competition,” he said. “Only people who are very, very large can afford to comply. They can hire one person to do paperwork. There’s a specialization of labor there, and when you are very small, you can’t afford to do all of these things.”

Olson said despite good intentions behind the legislation, this act could devastate small U.S. farms.

“Every time we pass a rule or a law or a regulation to make the world a better place, it seems like what we do is subsidize production offshore,” he said. “We tell farmers they can no longer drive diesel tractors because they make bad smoke. Well, essentially what we’re doing is giving China a subsidy to grow our crops for us, or Mexico or anyone else.”

For full article go here.

foodasweaponArt work by Brocke Lever.

How to Protect Yourself From Biological Warfare

Go to Femacamper’s website to access the links

If you’ve been listening to The Alex Jones Show lately, you may have heard of the Illuminati plan to unleash biological warfare on the world. Well, the operation is apparently about to go live in the near future. It’s important that you are prepared for this time, because millions, perhaps billions of people will die in ignorance. So before they come for you under Martial Law, get ready.

Thankfully, some researchers have been ahead of the game looking for ways to counteract bio-warfare. I’ll give you a few tips, and then a specific application against a common bio-weapon, bird flu. Rather than using dangerous vaccines, you may want to try at it with more natural preventative/curative methods.

Basic Shopping List

1. Masks: You can buy hygienic masks hopefully in your pharmacy, otherwise head to a supply store or larger department store, like Wal-Mart (preferably not them, though). You’ll need a mask both to protect yourself from germs and coughing, as well as to protect others in case you get infected. While you’re at it, you may want to invest in a more advanced gas mask, to protect yourself from chemical weapons as well (and more virulent biological attacks).

2. Immune System Boosters: There are a ton of items you can pick up at a health food store, pharmacy or grocery store.A handful of the top items (some of which show efficacy against the worst diseases) are oil of oregano, olive leaf extract, other oil extracts, grapefruit seed extract, apple cider vinegar, wasabi, raw garlic/onions or garlic extract, ginger tea and kimchi (useful against SARS).

Scientists at Seoul National University found that when they fed an extract of kimchi to 13 chickens infected with the bird flu, 11 of them recovered within a week. These same scientists previously proved that the lactic acid bacteria found in kimchi also has an anti-bacterial effect.

3. Vitamin C: normal and mega-doses as necessary. For information on Vitamin C megadosing, please consult the Vitamin C Foundation for medical studies, and instructions. Vitamin A and Zinc at regular dose work in tandem with Vitamin C to assist the immune system.

4. Natural vitamins: You’ll want your multivitamins, as well as individual supplements, including minerals, antioxidants, bioflavanoids, vegetable/fruit extracts, super-foods and amino acids, especially N-Acetycysteine.

5. Electromedical devices: Buy yourself a zapper, preferably The Ultimate Zapper, a top-rated device that is approved in Canada for medical use against virii, bacteria, parasites, prions, and fungi. Use it every day for maintenance, and in longer doses when infected. Also look into getting a colloidal silver generator (make sure to not add salt as some do, it can cause unwanted side effects like bluish toning of the melanin), or even some higher-tech equipment like a RIFE device.

6. Herbal treatments: consult your Chinese or local herbalist for information on any concoctions that can be used to fight the flu or boost your immune system. Also consult earthclinic.com and curezone.com for home remedies using spices and herbs.

7. Stop eating questionable meat, especially chicken. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

Below is a recipe for those who are experiencing bird flu-like symptoms. It’s been proven effective for many who’ve tried it.

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The Ultimate Bird Flu Remedy

All Natural Spices and Ingredients:

4 heaping tablespoons tumeric
2 heaping tablespoons cayenne pepper
2 heaping tablespoons dried/powdered garlic
2 heaping tablespoons powdered ginger
2 heaping tablespoons powdered cloves
1 cup lemon juice (or cider vinegar)
1 cup honey
1 cup dark rum
4 cinnamon sticks
2 heaping tablespoons black pepper
2 heaping tablespoon horseradish
1 heaping tablespoon each of marjoram, thyme and oregano.

Bring all ingredients to a boil, then simmer for 2 hours in a large saucepan. Stir regularly (Don’t worry, all of the alcohol in rum will boil off). FYI: Dark rum minus the alcohol has molasses and brown sugar. Then sweeten mixture with as much honey a necessary to make draught tolerable. Mixture will be full of lumps…keep them…just add them in…cool and store in well-sealed jars, like mayonnaise or peanut butter jars. Keep at room temperature.

Adults: 2 Tbsp in a cup of tea every 4-6 hours…daily…until well.

12–16: 1 Tbsp in a cup of tea every 4-6 hours…daily…until well.

Under 12: take 1 tsp mix in a cup of tea as hot as can stand every 6-8 hours until well.

Be prepared, and have some ingredients on hand. Print this recipe so that you have it available (especially in the event of a cyber-attack or prolonged power outage).

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Virus mix-up by lab could have resulted in pandemic

Times Of India
Friday, March 6, 2009

It’s emerged that virulent H5N1 bird flu was sent out by accident from an Austrian lab last year and given to ferrets in the Czech Republic before anyone realised. As well as the risk of it escaping into the wild, the H5N1 got mixed with a human strain, which might have spawned a hybrid that could unleash a pandemic.

Last December, the Austrian branch of US vaccine company Baxter sent a batch of ordinary human H3N2 flu, altered so it couldn’t replicate, to Avir Green Hills Biotechnology, also in Austria. In February, a lab in the Czech Republic working for Avir alerted Baxter that, unexpectedly, ferrets inoculated with the sample had died. It turned out the sample contained live H5N1, which Baxter uses to make vaccine. The two seem to have been mixed in error.

Markus Reinhard of Baxter says no one was infected because the H3N2 was handled at a high level of containment. But Ab Osterhaus of Erasmus University in the Netherlands says: “We need to go to great lengths to make sure this kind of thing doesn’t happen.”

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Accidental release of a mixture of live H5N1 and H3N2 viruses could have resulted in dire consequences. While H5N1 doesn’t easily infect people, H3N2 viruses do. If someone exposed to a mixture of the two had been simultaneously infected with both strains, he or she could have served as an incubator for a hybrid virus able to transmit easily to and among people.

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