Robert Kennedy Jr., who helped win the recent lawsuit against Mon(ster)santo, has also won another landmark lawsuit, and this one is good news for those of you, who like me, have some major concerns about that industry and the safety of their products. This article was shared by Mr. V.T., and I'm passing it along because we'll soon be bombarded with the usual seasonal "get your flu shot" campaigns. And if you're one of those who are perhaps unaware of the debate that has been occurring in recent years on the safety of vaccines, or of the possible autism-vaccine link, then I urge you to consider carefully the implications of this article:
The opening paragraph here says it all:
…Vaccine injury lawyer Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Del Bigtree, producer of the suppressed anti-vaccine documentary, Vaxxed and the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) are credited with this victory. They demanded the relevant government documents proving that all federally approved vaccines had been tested for quality over the past 32 years — and there were none. (Emphasis added)
Now, before I go on with this article, pause and ponder the implications just of this one paragraph, for their are three main possibilities: (1) there were no records ever kept, and the goobernment, and its agencies- the Food and Drug Administration, the National Institute of Health and so on - have been deliberately lying to the public; or (2) there were records, but they were all destroyed, either through incompetence of some sort, which doesn't speak very highly of any results that might have been obtained,; or (3) there were records, and they were all destroyed because they contained information contraindicating the publicly claimed safety of said vaccines. In turn, this means that the same corporate-goobernment "revolving door" that is so evident between the FDA and the GMO corporations like Mon(ster)santo is also in play in the case of vaccines, and possibly (and I think probably) pharmaceuticals at large. If that seems like a stretch(and I've pointed this out before), just recall all those "miracle drug" commercials on television which end by listing all the potential side effects: take this drug and you might go blind, or die of a heart attack, stroke, petrification, or terminal flatulence.
Ok, I exaggerate, but you get the idea.
But wait! There's more!
This means that vaccine makers have been fraudulently exempt from what all other pharmaceutical drug makers have been forced to do concerning biannual recertification for quality and effectiveness — meaning that that their vaccines have never been tested for quality and have had no proven safety or effectiveness for over 30 years;
o This case can now be legally cited by all parents fraudulently mandated by any government/organizational regulation/requirements that they must vaccinate their children for school or any other activity to stop
the forced vaccination of their children;
o This case can now be legally cited by all employees being mandated by their employers to be vaccinated in order to retain their jobs...
And that, of course, is good news. But the biggest implication - and it's a whopper doozie - is this:
This means that the US Department of Health and Human Services and all vaccine makers have been lying to the American people for over 30 years about the effectiveness and safety of vaccines; this may ultimately mean that continuing the existence — at least in their current form — of five US “healthcare” agencies are now in doubt: the CDC, the FDA, the IOM, the NIH and the “Health” part of DHHS itself; this may also threaten the existence of state medical boards and exclusive medical guilds like the AMA... (Emphasis added)
And it's high time, too. In effect, your tax dollars have been funding agencies which, thanks to Mr. Kennedy's vaccine win, have not just not been doing their jobs, but from all appearances, have been criminally complicit and negligent in the performance of their duties... and quite possibly in collusion with the vaccine manufacturers in so (not) doing.
Now, I'm not a lawyer like Mr. Kennedy, but I cannot resist tossing in my amateurish two cents of high octane (legal) speculation here: why not start serving writs of mandemus on those government and elected officials who have been either complicit or negligent in their duties, and do so at all levels, from cities, counties, states and all the way up the ladder to the federal level. And of course, that would work for corporations too: serve writs that demand they quit saying their products are safe, since there's no corroborating evidence. That, I suspect, would get their attention (and get the attention of the corporate media which profits so much from their advertizing. Of course, the corporations might respond by serving up their "internal studies" on product safety.
But that didn't turn out too well for Mon(ster)santo...
See you on the flip side...