- Columbia Valley News -
The World Health Organization has issued a binding ‘recommendation’ to all member countries requiring them to institute mandatory vaccination programs. Under an existing multilateral agreement this formally invokes each state’s pandemic plan and puts coordination under control of WHO. For some European states the pandemic plan includes setting aside government as normal and ruling the country by a special council under control of the EU and WHO. France has already announced that it will effect a move to military rule beginning in September.
The global pandemic vaccination program will begin somewhere around the end of September and last about two months. Many countries are in the process of acquiring from Baxter, Novartis, GlaxoSmithKline and other pharmaceutical companies enough doses of vaccine to vaccinate their entire population twice. They remain quiet about mandatory vaccination, simply saying they will make vaccination ‘available’ to all on a priority basis. But Greece and Switzerland have already announced that their programs will be mandatory and enforced by the military. There are unconfirmed reports that Norway and Israel have done the same. The United States is preparing for military ‘assisted’ mandatory vaccination but has not explicitly declared its intentions to the public.
Vaccine safety concerns
There is huge controversy brewing over the lack of testing of these vaccines, whose development has been fast-tracked. Czechoslovakia is not moving ahead with vaccine purchases from Baxter because Baxter cannot guarantee their safety. In Austria police are investigating Baxter on bioterrorism charges. There is concern about reports that the vaccine (referred to in a Novartis patent as “novel pandemic flu”) is developed by infecting green monkeys, and that the U.S. military helped with its development. Physicians and vaccine experts have expressed grave concern about toxic substances that are already known to be in these vaccines, such as mercury, squalene, mycoplasm and live H5N1 avian flu.
Many are deeply troubled by the implications of mandatory (or effectively mandatory) vaccination, especially given the known dangers of the vaccines. There have been official statements that vaccination will be ‘available’ first to certain ‘most vulnerable’ groups — health care workers, followed by children under two or three and pregnant women, and then those with chronic health problems (including obesity). These segments of the population are also the most likely to suffer harm from vaccination. Some statements have been released generally prioritizing everyone under 18 and over 65.
Most countries are acquiring enough vaccine to vaccinate their populations twice. Vaccination is reported to consist of two separate injections about a month apart — one for regular seasonal flu and one for ’swine flu’ (both of which are actually the same H1N1 type A seasonal influenza). It appears that the first treatment will be traditional seasonal flu vaccine, while the second will be some kind of “novel” flu vaccine containing different adjuvants (which are the main safety concern).
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