Immunity From Genocide
By Atom Bergstrom
Who gave legal immunity to Big Pharma’s vaccines?
It was Ronald Reagan, the Chicago Mob’s Hollywood representative, an organization that paid him off big for his lucrative deal-brokering at the Screen Actor’s Guild.
Big Pharma replaced the Mob as the Gipper “fiddled and joked like a senile old uncle while Rome burned.”
Uncle Ronnie signed off on the Vaccine Injury Compensation Act of 1986.
If you look for info on this traitorous act at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum website, you’ll see the following caveat …
“The folders and case files listed on these topic guides may still have withdrawn material due to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) restrictions. Most frequently withdrawn material includes national security classified material, personal privacy issues, protection of the President, etc.”
On Oct. 1988 Uncle Ronnie (in witness whereof) trumpeted “Proclamation 5891—National Adult Immunization Week” …
“America does well to hold a national week of observance to remind citizens that the need for immunization does not stop with childhood. Vaccine-preventable diseases continue to kill grown-ups in our Nation; as many as 70,000 adults die each year because they do not take advantage of vaccines for influenza, pneumococcal pneumonia, hepatitis B, tetanus, and other preventable infectious diseases. Even among people at greatest risk for complications — the elderly and the chronically ill — fewer than one in five routinely receive annual influenza vaccination and fewer than one in 10 have been vaccinated against pneumococcal pneumonia.”
Roll up your pants! It’s too late to save your shoes! Run for the hills before the tidal wave of brown goo rolls over your head!
Wayne Rohde (The Vaccine Court, 2014) wrote …
“The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 (NCVIA) established a no-fault compensation system for vaccine-related injuries or death linked to childhood vaccinations. Several years later, the program would be extended to include vaccinations received by adults.”
According to the same In source …
“In 1993, then FDA Commissioner David Kessler, M.D., published a report in the Journal of the American Medical Association that stated physicians failed to report up to 99 percent of all serious adverse reactions to vaccines and medications.”
Lots of luck, Mr. & Mrs. Larry Lunchbox & family!
On the other hand, Uncle Ronnie did do one good thing for our health, but Do Do Joe and his Medical Police State administration have been up in arms about it.
Will Bunch (“Reagan deserves the blame for vaccination delays,” The Mercury News, Jan. 5, 2021) wrote …
“The Reagan-era cuts contributed to the closure of 250 community health centers and about 600 rural and big-city hospitals. It will be important for Joe Biden to use his inaugural address to remind America — in some ways for the first time since 1933 — that you can sometimes ask what your country can do for you, and that in the present crisis, government has a critical role in any solution. Not a bloated or overreaching government, but a good government of the people, by the people and for the people — one that realizes that it will take a village and not rugged individualism to defeat the virus.”
Rugged individualism is what the U.S. was known for back in the day.
Now it takes a global village to subvert the individual to the “community.”
At least India slammed the door on the Pfizer juggernaut.
According to Anu Lall (Free Your Mind, Jan. 23, 2023) …
“Pfizer never came to India despite our hugely lucrative market. You know why? Two reasons.
“One. The Indian government insisted on a local trial which Pfizer flatly refused.
“Second. Pfizer insisted on legal immunity which the Indian government flatly refused.
“Pfizer lobbied very hard to change our laws, but our government did not relent.”
According to the same source …
“All major markets, U.S., Australia, Brazil, and all of the E.U., granted this legal immunity. In fact, in the U.S., legal immunity to vaccine manufacturers goes back to the 1980s during Ronald Reagan’s time.
“The U.S. government protected pharma companies, and separate vaccine courts were set up. Trials were done behind closed doors. If an injury was linked to a vaccine, then the payment for the compensation was done by taxpayer’s money. Pharma companies went scot-free.
“India was being pressured to do exactly the same. Now, when the world is questioning Pfizer, and the world is questioning legal protection to vaccine companies, India seems to be the winner here!”
India’s move is “one small step for man,” but hardly “one giant leap for mankind.”
We still live in a global Medical Police State obsessed with “public health” at the expense of self-reliance and rugged individualism.
A wrecking ball — both literally and figuratively — needs to be taken to the entire Medical Police State infrastructure.