2017-08-02 20:11:41 UTC
Trump Gets Authority to MOVE Against Vaccines and Pharma Control of
Media. Will He Do It?
"In this long war against vaccines, our side has come up with some
extremely compelling arguments.
One of those arguments is the principle of informed consent.
Simply stated, before you can make an informed decision you need to
have the critical information. The failure of government and industry
scientists to perform the same type of long-term safety testing of
vaccines, as is done with EVERY other pharmaceutical drug, means you
cannot give informed consent to ANY VACCINE.
Another great argument is that under the Food, Drugs, and Cosmetics
Act, no drug can be approved unless it is proven safe and effective.
No such showing has ever been made about vaccines, thus their use is
not permitted. No agency has the authority to waive this requirement.
By that standard, ALL VACCINES have been approved in a manner
inconsistent with federal law."
"None so blind as those who will not see"
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A brief history of FDA raids against providers of natural health
Tyranny in the USA: The true history of FDA raids on healers, vitamin
shops and supplement companies
The Laws of the Pharmaceutical Industry
"A former high official at the NSA (National Security Agency) told me
about a protocol informally dubbed DDT - that old poisonous chemical
long-banned in much of the world. In this application, it stands for
Decoy, Distract and Trash - which is what sophisticated intelligence
operatives use to set up some person or group, take them off the trail
of something real and important, and trash the person or the
subject." -- Stephen Greer.
Suppression of dissent in science
Brian Martin / Research in Social Problems and Public Policy, Volume 7
The founder of Pan Pharmaceuticals, the company which had its licence
withdrawn by the Therapeutic Goods Administration in 2003, has
received a record $50 million payout from the Federal Government.
- Founder 'blameless'
- 400 jobs lost
- Public inquiry wanted
Jim Selim had sued the TGA for compensation for ruining his business,
claiming public servants had acted outside their power and with
vengeance when withdrawing the licence after concerns over certain
products and manufacturing processes.
TGA shareholders lost $350 million, almost 400 people lost their jobs,
and Pan's customers lost hundreds of millions of dollars in business,
Mr Selim's lawyer Andrew Thorpe said outside the court today.
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