Jacobson vs Massachusetts. Forced vaccine or pay.

The United States has used  Jacobson vs Massachusetts this law to justify forced vaccination. It states the following. “the board of health of a city or town if, in its opinion, it is necessary for the public health or safety shall require and enforce the vaccination and revaccination of all the inhabitants thereof and shall provide them with the means of free vaccination. Whoever, being over twenty-one years of age and not under guardianship, refuses or neglects to comply with such requirement shall forfeit five dollars.” An exception is made in favor of “children who present a certificate, signed by a registered physician that they are unfit subjects for vaccination.” § 139. What’s important in that statement? Children are exempt. The law was written in 1905. It’s out of date and antiquated. The fine is 5.00. If we are going to use an an antiquated law, it’s only fair to use the same antiquated fine. 5.00.   Share...

Smallpox as a weapon

Two countries have vials of smallpox, Russia, and the US. Both countries are afraid the other will use it as a weapon. They have engineered it to kill more effectively. Isn’t that nice? The CDC won’t get money for a disease that is rare, unless of course there is a foreign threat that it will be used as a bioweapon. If it is weaponized the threat always exists and therefore, the need for the vaccine exists as well. All the country has to do is show that threat. You keep those diseases in the lab just in case and you keep showing movies that show breakouts. Currently, there are 72 movies about disease breakouts. Don’t worry CDC, the threat is always around the corner. Your money is safe. Or we can just get rid of the vials, and the threat as well. That would be too easy.               Share...

The FDA is careless with Smallpox

We know the only reason the CDC keeps smallpox around is in case it is used as a biological weapon. But do you know they keep smallpox lying around in a box, carelessly. How could they be so incompetent with a biological agent to leave vials just sitting around unattended? Yes they did exactly this at the FDA. See NBC News.      Share...

Watch this video to see how the smallpox vaccine was made!

  Here is a video of what smallpox vaccine looked like. Smallpox vaccines are made of pus. Pustules. They scrape the rash from either a human or a cow, and add it on purpose to your freshly made cut. That’s what’s in a smallpox vaccine. Doesn’t that sound sanitary and clean? That’s disgusting! The CDC sa ys 3 out of ten people with smallpox died. That means 7 out of 10 lived.   Seeing this video, would you still do it? I wouldn’t.   Share...

Smallpox is spread through the vaccine Read the insert.

The Package Insert  shows that the smallpox vaccine will spread smallpox. That’s the reason we stopped doing it. People with eczema should not be vaccinated. (real smallpox is a rash too.) People allergic to the vaccine or it’s components. You wouldn’t know that until you had the vaccine injected. People who are immune compromised. Smallpox will spread to another part of the body or another person up to 21 days after the vaccine is given. Healthcare workers recently vaccinated should avoid patients until the scab separated from the skin (21 days). Unknown animal studies on pregnant animals .Category C. Vaccine sometimes caused fetal infection resulting in stillborn or death. Not for use in geriatric patients. Not for use for under 12 months. Share...

We used Smallpox to kill Native Americans.

There were some letters found that examine how we destroyed an entire race by offering Native Americans blankets. Just one more time, we destroy an entire race by disease without their consent. They called it an inoculation. Fancy that! Thomas Jefferson trying to exterminate the Native Americans. Europeans didn’t discover America. We killed everyone who already here.     Share...