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Kicking the Problem Around

From Georgia, the state with a half million plastic coffins laying around, comes this news: Perdue signs flu bill 042809.

ATLANTA -- Georgia nurses and pharmacists have more authority [are we sure they need more authority???] to respond to the spreading swine flu outbreak [are we sure it's spreading???] and the governor has more power as the result of legislation Gov. Sonny Perdue signed this morning. [That is rich... the governor has more power thanks to legislation signed by....the governor! Wow.]

The Access to Flu Vaccines Act cosponsored by the druggists in the House, including Reps. Ron Stephens and Buddy Carter of Savannah and health-policy expert Mickey Channell of Greensboro, is designed to make it easier for Georgians to receive shots and for the state to respond quicker.

Pharmacists and nurses will now be able to dispense flue shots without individual prescriptions. It [the legislation] was needed after the Composite Board of Medical Examiners accepted advice from the Attorney General’s Office last fall in concluding that prescriptions were needed under the law. [So, the AG finds it illegal to dispense flu shots without individual prescriptions, so they passed this law to FIX that PROBLEM. We wouldn't want any pesky legal challenges standing in the way of mass vaccinations.]

The new legislation legitimizes the state’s practice for the last decade in permitting doctors to issue standing orders. [Yes they've been breaking the law for the past decade but not to worry they just fixed it.] It also specifically permits hospitals authority to offer vaccinations or tests when recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

At the same time, it lets the governor declare a state or emergency for a pandemic influenza if the CDC or World Health Organization declares a phase 5 alert.

Mr. Perdue plucked [oh ha ha what a card!] House Bill 217 for signing ahead of the hundreds of others awaiting his signature from the 2009 session that ended earlier this month. He has until May 13 to sign or veto bills and normally announces his decisions closer to the deadline.

“The flu affects thousands of people each year and our citizens should be able to access flu vaccines to protect themselves and their families,” said Mr. Perdue.

Oh dear. There's so much here to simply appall a sentient human being, but let's just focus on the appeal to authority, a role currently filled by the CDC and the WHO. As I wrote the other day, it was the very CDC and WHO that gestated this little problem with their stupid and demonic idea to breed a rare "reassortment" virus rather than wait for mother nature. Because after all, mother nature might have never got around to it. And then they subsequently allowed the virus to be mishandled. So why on earth would we be looking to these organizations for direction? It seems they want to get us killed.

The virus has shown little ability to spread from person to person, but the fear is that a hybrid could combine the killing power of the avian virus with the transmissibility of human flu viruses. Now, rather than waiting to see if nature spawns such a hybrid, US scientists are planning to try to breed one themselves—in the name of preparedness. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will soon launch experiments designed to combine the H5N1 virus and human flu viruses and then see how the resulting hybrids affect animals. The goal is to assess the chances that such a "reassortant" virus will emerge and how dangerous it might be....The World Health Organization (WHO) has been "pleading" for laboratories to do this research, because it could provide some evidence to back up the agency's warnings about the risk of a flu pandemic, according to the CP report.
So basically, the way I see it, the CDC and the WHO ordered this research to PROVE THEMSELVES RIGHT in telling us to be very afraid. They want us afraid, so they bent over backwards to give us something to be afraid of.

And even though this particular virus does not seem to be particularly deadly, that does not mean it won't do the trick, because the trick is to get people to voluntarily take the vaccines. Why? Because they are afraid. Even better for people to demand that the government provide the vaccines and clear away any and all obstacles to them getting their shots. That's where the money lies, and that is presumably why Governor Purdue PLUCKED this legislation to the front of the line. He says it's to protect the citizens of Georgia, but you can go ahead and click through the last link and read how profitable this problem will be for certain people in the biotech industry. Kind of makes a person wonder what kind of financial interest people like Sonny Purdue, Ron Stephens, Buddy Carter and Mickey Channell have in the vaccine business.

And what do you want to bet that the solution provided as a result of this swine flu scare, the vaccines, will result in another problem down the road? I think it's a pretty good bet. Maybe there will be some unfortunate reaction to the vaccines. Or perhaps the next flu will have some particular virulence that just so happens to kill the people who took the vaccine that comes from this psyops. Who knows? The fact that there are a half million plastic coffins lying around in Georgia might have something to do with it, but that is just an educated guess on my part. I mean, that looks like a ready-made solution to some big problem, does it not?


Anonymous said…
Well, if you're planning on bumping off a few hundred million useless eaters you might as well turn a profit, right? It's now or never.
A. Peasant said…
Yes, timing is everything.
Sis said…
I find it hard to believe that we will have a shortage of food. It's like the argument that the world will fail to rotate if we run out of oil.

What happens when we run low on oil or food? Should we kill off a percentage of the population so the remainder can continue to gorge themselves or do we go on a diet?

More the merrier, I say. Meanwhile, Biondvax rose another 62% yesterday to $170 per share. Not bad for a company that does not have a vaccine for this strain, per their announcement this week, which contradicts their announcements to investors prior to the unleashing.
A. Peasant said…
well if we have a shortage of food, it's probably only because they have killed the bees with genetically modified crops and poisoned the ground with chemtrails, all the while screwing with the weather via haarp.

i would suspect biondvax will have the vaccine for the *next* round of psyops flu.
Sis said…
Well, those in the know are piling into Biondvax for something. I'd like to think the threat is passing and they failed in thier attempt, but the moneytrail tells me otherwise and I suspect we will see another wave of fear by this weekend.
A. Peasant said…
sis you could be right, god knows you have a killer instinct for this stuff. hopefully we'll be out drinking when the next wave of fear crashes over our shores.