Daily Archives: October 1, 2009

The mask slips, for those with eyes to see: preparing for the real pandemic

Here’s a fascinating commentary on the current vaccination controversy from Kevin Annett, who you might know from the movie “Unrepentant”, which was about the sad history of residential schools for natives in Canada. Thanks to Michael for sending this our way. Kevin’s website is hiddenfromhistory.org


Body bags photo from mtl911truth.org

“Last week, many of the aboriginal people in the remote west coast village of Ahousaht were innoculated with the tamiflu vaccine. Today, over a hundred of them are sick, and the sickness is spreading.

In the same week, body bags were sent to similarly remote native reserves in northern Manitoba that have also received the tamiflu vaccine.

On the face of things, it appears that flu vaccinations are causing a sickness that is being deliberately aimed at aboriginal people across Canada, and this sickness will be fatal: a fact acknowledged by the Canadian government by their “routine” sending of body bags to these Indian villages.

Before you express your shock and denial at the idea that people are being racially targeted and killed, remember that murdering Indians with vaccinations is not a new or abnormal thing in Canada.

Indeed, it’s how we Europeans “won the land”, and it’s one of the ways we keep it.

In 1862, Anglican church missionaries Rev. John Sheepshanks and Robert Brown inoculated interior Salish Indians in B.C. with a live smallpox virus that wiped out entire native communities within a month, just prior to the settlement of this native land by gold prospectors associated with these missionaries and government officials. Continue reading


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Covert actions behind threatened Zinniker farm raw milk charges

Once again we turn to David E. Gumpert of the Complete Patient blog, who is probably one of America’s top experts on the politics of raw milk. Here’s an excerpt from his latest post in which he tries to decipher what’s really going on behind the recent threat of charges being laid in the incident involving the Zinniker farm in Wisconsin being blamed for a Campylobacter infection in 35 people who drank raw milk from the farm. Of course we don’t know what else those 35 people ate or drank in common that the other 165 people who drank raw milk from the farm and didn’t get Campylobacter also didn’t eat or drink.

“The latest word out of Wisconsin (as Lykke points out following my previous post) is that a prosecutor there is considering filing criminal charges in the case of a campylobacter outbreak being blamed on raw milk from the Zinniker Family Farm. According to a local report, a prosecutor has been hearing from officials of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection.

The Wisconsin agriculture authorities no doubt couldn’t wait to get in to see the local prosecutor, because they are almost certainly licking their chops over this case. How can I say that? Because internal emails about their meetings with officials of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, along with agriculture officials in Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan, earlier this year provide an account of their plans to crack down on raw milk. They’ve been looking for the necessary excuse…and now they have it.

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NY Health care workers revolting over prospect of forced H1N1 vaccination

Which is more revolting, the health care workers, or the prospect of being forced to accept compulsory vaccinations? Story excerpt and pictures from CBS

N.Y. Health Care Workers Revolt Over H1N1 Vaccine

Saying They Should Be Given A Choice, Employees Rally In Albany, Around State, Chant “No Forced Shots!”

Protesters Hold Signs That Read: “The State Doesn’t Own My Body'”

STONY BROOK, N.Y. (CBS) ―They’re upset over an ultimatum from the health department. Workers are being told to either get the swine flu vaccine or lose their jobsNew York is the first state in the country to mandate flu vaccinations for its health care workers. The first doses of swine flu vaccine will be available beginning next week. Much of it is reserved for state health care workers, but there is growing opposition to required innoculations. Continue reading


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