Thursday, June 25, 2009

Is forced vaccination Bio-Terrorism?

Consider this truly paranoid news article title: Journalist Files Charges against WHO and UN for Bioterrorism and Intent to Commit Mass Murder

This very controversial article was sent in by Shaun Saunders and is eerily similar to his story "The Colors Twelve" that I read in episode 154. The very very dark tale describes a meeting of a shadowy organization that steers groups like WHO in an effort to create a very bleak world brought about by selective breeding and massive genocide using such techniques as vaccines that have been tailored or adulterated to cause massive fatalities. Now mind you, this story of Shaun's appeared before Baxter AG and Avir Green Hills Biotechnology produced contaminated bird flu vaccine!

Jane Burgermeister, an Austrian investigative journalist, has taken the very unusual step
  • [she] has recently filed criminal charges with the FBI against the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations (UN), and several of the highest ranking government and corporate officials concerning bioterrorism and attempts to commit mass murder.
  • She has also prepared an injunction against forced vaccination......
  • In her charges, Burgermeister presents evidence of acts of bioterrorism that is in violation of U.S. law by a group operating within the U.S. under the direction of international bankers who control the Federal Reserve, as well as WHO, UN and NATO. This bioterrorism is for the purpose of carrying out a mass genocide against the U.S. population by use of a genetically engineered flu pandemic virus with the intent of causing death.
Wether or not you follow this line of reasoning, the article itself is an interesting insight into many ideas and of course you can not resist speculating about what kind of future might come about if something like this really took place.

And always there is Shaun just hours into the future with stories like "The Colors Twelve". That in my mind is where true Science Fiction lives

Read complete article in Natural News


S.M.D. said...

My opinion on forced vaccinations:
Don't do it, but when a child dies due to a parent not giving them a vaccine, the parents should be charged with murder. Plain and simple. You don't give your kids a vaccination and they die of something that vaccination should have protected them again, you go to prison for negligible homicide.

But I also have little patience for stupid people who think that vaccines kill people. Yes, people die from vaccines, but not because the vaccine is bad, but because they had a reaction (or maybe the one time fluke that a vaccine is bad). But more people die from the diseases those vaccines protect us against than do from the vaccines themselves.


Beam Me Up said...

I really wish there was a clear definitive answer here. Because to a point, everyone is right. You did hit on a point though.... the anti vaccination people play on the fear of death. But in the same instance you bring to the front one of the major falsehoods trundled out by the medical proponents. That of reaction to the inoculation. Oh it happens, that is true and at 10 times what the present figures show, because they have been skewed towards fatal reactions. I have empirical knowledge that did not lead to death but so severely damaged those that took it that many will need lifelong medical services that again empirically has totaled several million for a single individual. These people and these costs never make it into the "efficacy" totals. Why? Because the type of vaccine used has to be much more robust because it is given orally. And oral is faster, cheaper and easier.

So here I am stuck in the middle knowing full well that to wipe these scourges from human suffering the only truly effective method is vaccination but balancing that knowledge is the fact that people are being thrown away by the thousands in the name of speed and efficiency.

Thanks for weighing in


manmachine said...

Pretty interesting. Agree that it is good science fiction, in the vein of War of the Worlds. In this case, a perfect storm of unverifiable but tantalizing allegations simply makes too much sense. Reality and moral culpability tends to be complex, diffuse? This is mechanistic, simple. I wonder if the purported author of the allegations is aware of the them herself! It is troubling that the sources are not verifiable, and all point to this single entry in "naturalnews". A search on confirms multiple articles by a Jane Burgermeister in the British Medical Journal on a wide range of issues that are concerned with ethics and privacy issues. Certainly nothing to indicate expertise in microbiology or immunology.

The rapidity with which the article has spread through the blogosphere but not the media is also consistent with the "too perfect" but unverifiable nature of the story.

The internet meme machines are a buzzing with the deaths of MJ and FF, providing resonance for this ping.

Thanks for the interesting blog posting, sir!

Anonymous said...

Science fiction? Why not all you vaccine addicts get injected first?

The rest of us, the better informed and less trusting of guvmints, can stay in our homes. We promise to line up for ours if ya'll survive--you won't.

The plan is to kill off most of the population. So, come on, you and yours roll up those sleeves since you are convinced your government LOVES you.

Yeah, that's why Fema camps have been built and hundreds of thousands of coffins await...'cause your politicians, your "leaders" care about you and your family Ha!

Like sheep to the slaughter...


Beam Me Up said...

Thanks for the comment Manmachine...oh and don't forget to keep us up to date with what is happening on your own front as well.

This whole scenario has an Alice / White Rabbit feel to it. There are of course the more overt manifestations that SMD and I were speaking on, but discounting those for the moment, the deeper you dive down the rabbit hole the more convoluted it becomes. But in the end it is the very way that science fiction follows on from reality which in itself seems to follow on after science fiction. Strange Days indeed.


Roger said...

Well, regardless of who is 'right', both the blog posting and the original (fiction) Colors Twelve story played on BMU are certainly interesting (and eerie), and worth thinking about.

Beam Me Up said...

and in the end, that is an excellent point. The story was found to be thought provoking and entertaining and the article was posted for just the reason you bring up. It was, accurate or not, interesting and provocative.

manmachine said...

Of relevance to this thread: in general, bioweapons are loosely regulated.

Beam Me Up said...

manmachine before someone busts a gasket, I think this is great because people are doing research and are making this post a jumping off point. That is the whole idea. Now here is a link that was sent to me asking to remain anonymous, but is certainly on subject. So here is some more reading.