If you live in the state of Massachusetts and aren’t comfortable with vaccinating you may be in for a rude awakening if Swine Flu is declared an emergency.
Upon declaration by the governor that an emergency exists which is detrimental to the public health or upon declaration of a state of emergency…” reads the “Pandemic Response Bill” 2028, which was passed by the MA Senate this April and is now awaiting approval in the House. What happens in an emergency? In the words of Mike Adams of Natural News, “This bill suspends virtually all Constitutional rights of Massachusetts citizens and forces anyone “suspected” of being infected to submit to interrogations, “decontaminations” and vaccines.” That’s the sort version. To get the full scoop, see Mike Adam’s piece “Wake up, America” or this article at World Net Daily. You can also read the actual bill here.
This bill has been slammed as “medical facism” and for creating a “police state.” There are those who argue that such drastic measures are necessary, comparing the Swine Flu to the plague. The bill is shocking, especially in the face of the facts: swine flu is NOT more deadly than regular flu and the swine flu vaccine is NOT as safe or as carefully tested as regular flu shots (see Swine Flu: A Dangerous Shot in the Dark). What we have here is a frenzy of fear and hype snowballing into shockingly un-American policy. If you live in MA, contact your legislators in the House to let them know how you feel about this bill.
If you live in Florida, North Carolina, Iowa or Washington, be aware that your state has also taken legal action in response to the H1N1 virus. You can find details at World Net Daily towards the end of the article.