severe memory loss fish oil stroke how to use vcf film where to get chicken pox vaccine knee pain for no reason water weight gain thyroid biopsy pain metformin kidney damage waking up stressed boehringer ingelheim pharmaceuticals metformin er 500mg tab amn quest plus dewormer yellow promethazine dm cascara sagrada dangers amlodipine besylate 5mg tab side effects avonex injection sites glycerin mouth swabs drug and vitamin interactions partial root canal infection best supplement for neuropathy absorbine horse liniment safe for humans dementia drug treatment what causes eclampsia norco vs codeine broken toe walking boot benefits of flaxseed oil capsules long term use of clonazepam symptoms of laryngospasm aml survival rate in adults contact dermatitis face treatment medications for syphilis revolution treatment for dogs stomach pain lower abuse of elderly bleeding gums sore throat citronella spray for dogs intramural definition medical where is your lower abdomen whats in weed permethrin shelf life soaking in epsom salt blood pressure danger levels what is dercums disease swollen right hand causes prescription drug addiction hrt drugs for menopause had gallbladder removed now have diarrhea simvastatin 40 mg tablet methadone morphine equivalent best treatment for psoriasis spots on back of tongue what acid causes gout phlegm in my throat occasional chest pain antibiotic to treat strep throat whipple disease treatment magnesium oxide indications flee flea spray enteric-coated capsules refresh eye drops reviews kidney disease potassium help acid reflux why am i swelling up did antidepressants help you anxiety back pain natural treatment for pid new drug molly redness in corner of eye ear temperature fever chart ovulation symptoms pain can ibuprofen be taken with vicodin best clenbuterol brand lupus mayo clinic tri luma cream side effects arm tingling numbness what is withdrawal symptoms define rose hips 200 mg zoloft how to treat pulled muscle what is lyrica medicine tingling in the arms and legs medications that delay wound healing edema allergic reaction uses for rosemary oil lo han fruit antibiotics for septicemia sharp pain under belly button male nausea and extreme fatigue dermoplast spray postpartum causes cervical cancer physical abuse during pregnancy 137/79 blood pressure adaptive mutation definition what is hemopoietic tourettes mayo clinic breastfeeding how to get more milk otc sleep medication what to drink with creatine effects of dehydration in elderly pain in lower back and buttocks upper motor neuron definition over the counter depression pills breast pain after birth not breastfeeding metronidazole 250 mg for dogs dosage extreme restlessness at night is smoking illegal symptoms of an overdose what does cyclobenzaprine do to you effects of schizophrenia black tongue cure chest pain cartilage inflammation abilify and lamictal metal plates in leg dosage for sudafed lecithin in food nebulizer mouthpiece walmart zoloft mayo clinic anastrozole 1 mg pictures of black stool bactrim staph infection nintedanib side effects steroid shot in knee preparing for wisdom teeth surgery linolenic acid benefits cdc warning flu shot racemic epinephrine vs epinephrine uti vs sti side effects of dopamine does scoliosis worsen with age higher one otc bleeding only during sex carbs in tums how much is 200 milligrams treatment of plantar fascitis what is a normal diet schitzotypal personality disorder cipro otic dosage drug toxicity test strange feelings in head uses for a humidifier dosage for midol broken humerus bone healing time facts about strontium bent dick disease act with fluoride how long can chlamydia go undetected labetalol hcl 200 mg robaxin 500mg cost domperidone drug interactions stabbing pain right side workplace drug and alcohol testing probiotic pills for bv botox for migraine headaches how long will concussion symptoms last systemic lupus erythematosus diet dolor de cintura baja skin + pharmacy name of muscle gammar p iv ferrous sulfate and pregnancy valium help with opiate withdrawal sodium chloride prescription does nicotine transfer to breast milk smoking chest pain hydrocodone acetaminophen 10-325 t kenalog half life child throwing up blood ropey breast tissue gebauers ethyl chloride horse radish root what to do about swollen gums no urine output medical term m473 pill side effects pain in throat and chest unstable knee joint identify prescription medication is horseradish good for you treat for shock cor 136 pink pill back pain and urinary incontinence adderall psychosis stories what are symptoms of tonsillitis phenazopyridine hydrochloride drug interactions twice di crossword clue bag balm uses for humans lantus vs toujeo constant clearing of throat mucus pregnancy 7 weeks 4 days goldenseal root drug test dulcolax over the counter what does lialda do prescription nexium cost asparagus breastfeeding gas where is your sciatic nerve small and large bowel cervix nabothian cyst best weight loss pills at walmart dark red bleeding during early pregnancy celexa max dose mouth ulcers herpes patellar tendon hurts one touch ultra mini glucose meter rashes from tanning bed icy hot on balls citrucel caplets ingredients 2/5 of 25 opti free puremoist reviews celebrities and cocaine magnesium hydroxide formula does ambien cause weight loss triamcinolone acetonide eczema does 5ml equal 1 tsp is azithromycin in the penicillin family clogged ear after ear infection high cholesterol during pregnancy how many ml in a unit can cialis get you high spotting 1 day before period both legs swollen is viagra generic prozac dose range foods that contain potassium and magnesium why do my feet go numb what is agita fever won t go away liquid benadryl dose for dogs murine tears for dry eyes how to soothe herpes blisters nursing medication book syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion halo brace blog is grape juice healthy celiac axis definition clinique cleansing bar what is atorvastatin side effects como dejar de usar drogas diagnosis rheumatoid arthritis how do you remove plantar warts ear neck and throat pain forced expiratory flow lupron for fibroids wild yam and fertility gp test cyp 250 can zantac cause weight gain can you pregnant on period cervical abnormal cells what is dtap thick pasty white discharge no odor congestive heart failure curable cramping on left side of uterus medicine for stress milligram to teaspoon 2172 pill identifier rest less leg syndrome sensitivity of first response pregnancy test cure kidney infection safety of garcinia cambogia what is a benzodiazepine drug ibuprofen dosing for infants clonazepam 0.5mg tab extreme anger outbursts aspirin for dogs dosage flonase nose bleed pristiq and klonopin can allergies cause low grade fever missed mini pill chance of pregnancy lovenox injections pregnancy all over itching without rash what does buspar treat average 6 month old weight medication for bursitis epi dose for cardiac arrest the velvet antler knuckles turning purple vitamin a pills equimax paste horse wormer long term jock itch otc medicine for overactive bladder active ingredients listerine causes of stuffy nose side effects of stopping keppra overdose of lisinopril heavy period after birth control black draught laxative commercial adderal for weight loss how to use a walker can clomid delay your period st johns wort and depression flovent hfa 220 mcg left side of mouth swollen small red bumps on face urinary yeast infection treatment can lamictal cause weight gain best time to take beta blockers side effects of heparin injections eye pupil dilation clarithromycin er 500 mg sores on heel of foot what is a purine side effects from meningitis vaccine itchy groin rash motion sickness non drowsy get rid of facial redness how to cure varicocele pneumonia neck pain pregnancy with birth control frontline tritak vs frontline plus my boyfriend is in jail quotes what to take for sinus infection can peanuts cause bloating shooting neck pain left side prescription topical antibiotics what is melasma of the skin reduce resting heart rate can you get high off effexor ingredients in cephalexin chf heart failure bacterial vaginosis vs yeast infection discs in your spine itching in vagina rib cage pain on right side side effects garcinia cambogia symptoms of b12 being too high when to take dramamine before flight blood in stool constant joint pain all over what is acetaminophen hydrocodone top pharmaceutical companies in usa anaphylaxis signs and symptoms how to make hair stop falling topical steroid side effects normal rectal temperature for toddler ringworm vs jock itch where to buy papaver somniferum seeds medrol pack dosage womens pee wee inflammation of the colon benefiber active ingredient shorten my period neutrogena pink grapefruit acne wash reasons for frequent urination in women symptoms of benadryl rash with flu trimethoprim sulfate and polymyxin b sulfate chicken pox rash images musk deer perfume how does diabetes affect wound healing is dandelion root a diuretic bugs that crawl in your ear ra allergy relief 10mg breastfeeding safe antibiotics anticoagulant sodium citrate white pill m18 old baby bottles opana 10mg street price what is q dryl anorexia water retention what is zyrtec prescribed for does lamictal cause drowsiness how to make crystal meths drug post nasal drop what is multiple sclerosis treatment can you get pregnant being fingered insertion of suprapubic catheter ankle cramping at night symptoms of alcohol withdrawal syndrome relieve neck spasms vichy 3 in 1 best antibiotic for chlamydia fungal keratitis eye infection orange juice potassium kidney stones female testim manufacturer coupon dermatophagoides pteronyssinus ige epigastric pain relief tingling in my head seresto cat collar reviews signs of arthritis in wrist bug bite like rash dizziness nausea sweating average teen weight pre competition diet free discount coupon rhodiola rosea side effects nattokinase 100 mg lutera and acne fruit fly bombs signs of detoxing from alcohol breastfeeding and ibuprofen metaboltonics side effects signs of artery blockage definition of implantation revolution dog med temazepam 7.5 mg folic acid helps hair growth benefits of taking vitamin b complex e^-1/2 zolpidem tart er whats ring worm familial short stature liver disease skin problems legalization of marijuana for recreational use what is a cystoscope how much ativan to overdose how to treat furniture for scabies erythromycin topical gel new migraine medication 2016 where is the sacral region emergency prescription refill cvs when to wean leg vascular disease treatment for sprained toe dayquil and alcohol side effects home remedy for outer ear infection opiate withdrawal diarrhea lactobacillus bacteria is considered yersinia pestis. lower abdominal cramping after eating treatments for hypoglycemia what is 5 of 300 nasal congestion remedies topical dosage forms symptoms of sexual diseases is measles a virus or bacteria low dose lithium for depression difference between proventil and ventolin charley horse in calf causes can you freeze urine magnesium vitamin c facts of drugs headache support groups stopping celexa side effects does silvadene expire kidney removal medical term digoxin drug interactions puralube vet ointment drug test for pills low estradiol symptoms 106 fever in adults symptoms of having chlamydia other names for morphine home remedies for tendonitis in shoulder adderall xr coupons printable polymyalgia rheumatica causes alternative treatment tramadol knee pain compound w bandaid reviews what is an nsaid cyclophosphamide brand name aarp part d drug plan nuvaring instructions when to start how much codeine in tylenol 2 sintomas de hernia abdominal definition for cementation switching brands of birth control non daily birth control options shelf life of valtrex verapamil 120 mg diethylpropion 75 mg reviews personal cleansing cloths swollen lymph nodes neck cancer how to reduce testosterone levels side effects of vitamin e is clonazepam a benzo drug detection time chart what is 5 htp supplement frequent urination at night female chlorhexidine stain teeth sore throat lasting a week nutri calm ingredients nature made stress b complex denver developmental screening hylo eye drops stye treatment otc what causes tingling all over body real diet pill reviews urinary bladder pain how do you miscarry flonase allergy relief warts falling off antibiotic for bv green drank syrup arthus type reaction is 400mg of ibuprofen safe how to heal wrist tendonitis what is lentigo benazepril 20 mg side effects over the counter bee sting medicine 127/70 blood pressure why am i so irritated today is my leg broken generic viagra online pharmacy review rls treatment medications risks of probiotics latency period definition how to get off coke leg nerves pain intervals im awake tab round pill mylan a3 perianal warts pictures chloraprep instructions for use

MODEL TO MONSTROSITY:
The Emergency Health Powers Act

By Joanna Rohrback citizensfordem@hotmail.com
January 6, 2003

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) finally had their wishes come true to change the actual foundation of legislation for which this country rests upon. The Homeland Security Act, the culmination of a failed nationwide attempt to get the states of the union to pass their own legislation allowing greater authority to the CDC and state health departments, now hands the authority over to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Tommy Thompson. He will oversee all our states in establishing and directing a health emergency, which by the way can be merely the "potential "of a health emergency.

According to Barbara Loe Fisher of the National Vaccination Information Center, the CDC has been salivating to get this type of legislation through for years. 1 Although the initial seeds of these changes may be seen in the Federal Health Emergency Act (FEMA) of the 70's,the pinnacle of their efforts may now have been reached through their Model State Emergency Health Powers Act (MSEHPA, MEHPA, or EHPA) and the Homeland Security Act (HSA). The EHPA provides opportunity for forced vaccinations of the entire public as well as other forms of medical intervention deemed necessary in a health emergency as defined by a health official, who is appointed to office. This is a threat that could be equal to or greater than a terrorist attack.

The initial problem with the CDC aiding and prompting a change in legislation is that they have definite conflicts of interest. These can be seen through the findings of Congress's Committee for Government Reform in 1999.

The Committee noted several specific problems, including:
* The CDC routinely granted waivers from conflicts of interest rules to every member of its advisory committee.
* CDC advisory committee members who were not allowed to vote on certain recommendations due to financial conflicts of interest, were allowed to actively participate in committee deliberations and advocate specific positions.
* The Chairman of the CDC's advisory committee until recently owned 600 shares of stock in Merck, a pharmaceutical company with an active vaccine division.
* Members of the CDC's advisory committee often left key details out of their financial disclosure statements, and were not required to provide the missing information by CDC ethics officials. 2

On June 15,2000, further hearings by this committee again revealed a conflict of interest with the CDC Advisory committee and the Pharmaceutical companies. 3

These conflicts still exist today, as seen in the recent hearings of this committee on Dec. 10, 2002. At these hearings, Representative Dan Burton (R.-TX) ripped the CDC and National Institute for Health (NIH) for not recalling dangerous vaccines, and for their reluctance (resistance, if you will) to act in the public's best interest4,5

What has been evident in similar situations, as in the area of accounting, when a firm like Arthur Anderson acts as the consultant and the accountant for the same client, there is a real conflict of interest. Such was the case with Arthur Anderson and Enron, where the Enron shareholder was left destitute financially. With all the posturing, there has been little reform to actually protect investors. Similarly, with respect to medical protection, little more has been done: an even more chilling threat to the public.

The CDC, like the NIH and others, will be receiving extraordinary funding under Title III (Science and Technology in support of Homeland Security) Sections.305, 306, and 307 of the HSA.6
.
Dr Marcia Angell, former editor of the New England Journal of Medicine, was interviewed on ABC T.V. on Lateline about the control that the drug industry has taken on medical research. Most noteworthy was the following:

"It used to be that drug companies simply gave grants to academic medical centres for the use of their clinical researchers to do a study and that was it. It was at arm's length. The researcher did a study and he or she published the results, whatever those results would be. Now, it's very, very different. The drug companies increasingly design the studies. They keep the data. They don't even let the researchers see the data. They analyse the data. They decide whether they're going to even publish the data at the end of it. They sign contracts with researchers and with academic medical centres saying that they don't get to publish their work unless they get permission from the drug company. So, you can see that the distortion starts even before publication. It starts in determining what's going to be published and what isn't going to be published. This is no longer arm's length. It's treating the researchers and the academic medical centres as though they were hired guns or technicians or something. They just do the work. And the drug company will decide what the data show, what the conclusions are and whether it will even be published." 7

Certainly, if the manufacturers of the smallpox vaccines wished to determine their true safety, research would be handled much differently.

You might ask yourself how did we get from a simple proposal provided to the governors of our states for individual action on their part to extend their already existing powers for handling a state emergency, to this broadest range of power inherent in the Homeland Security Act?

Possibly the same brand of complicity that acts to corrupt the CDC may hold true of our elected officials whose jobs rest on the funding of companies like Enron and Merck. Well, I wish I could say it wasn't this simple to pass this legislation. However, it's most apparent that it was.

On October 23, 2001, the Center for Law and the Public's Health at Johns Hopkins and Georgetown Universities completed a draft of the Model State Emergency Health Powers Act. This model act was requested by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It was intended to give public health authorities expanded powers to respond to emergency health threats. Following November 7, the Health Privacy Project sent a letter to Professor Lawrence Gostin, Director of the Center, requesting he review the model law and its approach to protecting the privacy of the public's health information. Other civil liberties groups were simultaneously pressuring for revision on various other concerns. Then once more on December 21, the Center released a second draft of the Act. This one incorporated some of the suggestions and comments that the Center had from members of the public and private sectors. The limited changes attributed to the second draft were more superficial than substantial, however.8.

I find it striking that most states were appalled at even the second less obtrusive draft, with the exception of Florida, which lost no time signing into law SB1262 on May 23, 02, with a vote of 118/0 in the house and 34/0 in the senate. 9

In a Times-Union article that appeared only 5 days after Governor Bush Signed SB1262 into law, the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida said they did not attend the hearings on the bill. ACLU Legislative Director Larry Spalding said he had spoken with the governor's office about the matter and said the bill appeared to have too much support. There were too many other battles he continued, including ones against public records exemptions, to put up a fight, he concluded. 10

The 16 states that had passed legislation up through the passage of HSA were Arizona, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, and Vermont. But of these states only Florida passed the original draft of the MSEHPA. This includes a very broad definition of a public health emergency and unlimited access to a person' s protected health information; this original bill makes vaccinations forcible if found necessary. 11 Florida seemed anxious to be first in line for all kinds of additional state funds available for being the most obedient and "preparedness"-ready state. It is up front to receive FEMA and other aid that most other states aren't in a similar position for.12

Idaho, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming have either defeated or inactivated both drafts of model legislation. The state of Wyoming defeated its version of this anti-terrorism bill in an 8-1 vote. Wyoming Legislators stated that a most objectionable aspect of the bill was a provision that gave an "incident commander" authority over everyone, including personnel and resources made available to him/her from any source. Wyoming legislators were outraged that anyone would attempt to pass a bill that would put American citizens under the authority of anyone with such dictatorial powers. 13.

"This legislation should be a concern to every American and all defenders of liberty. Elements of this legislation arguably violate the first, fourth, fifth, sixth and eighth amendments to the Constitution. Furthermore, it treats American citizens as if they are the enemy." 14.

The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) (http://www.aapsonline.org) urges that states emphasize abilities to mitigate the situation, not powers to seize, commandeer, coerce, punish, and disrupt.15.

The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) (http://www.alec.org) recommends that all legislators seriously consider the impact of this legislation before taking immediate action. "We must take a much more deliberative approach in crafting effective policy without sacrificing the rights and liberties of individuals and families." 16.

"Doesn't common sense tell us that if vaccines really do work, those who choose to receive vaccines will not be at any risk from those who choose not to be vaccinated?" asks Dr. Wil Trebing, author of "Good-Bye Germ Theory." Trebing contends that a state of heightened fear has been used to facilitate a very questionable agenda. In a piece by him, he mentions the headline out of USA Today of 9/21/01, which stated: "Smallpox Fear Grips Nation CDC Orders 100 Million-Dose Vaccine Stockpile Untested Vaccine Will Be Mandatory During Public Health Emergencies State Militia May be Mobilized to Enforce Vaccination Policies" 17

Obviously a reason to raise many eyebrows!

As time passed and the legislation didn't pass, in most states, the CDC and our current administration found other avenues to accomplish their goals, as what was achieved in the Homeland Security Bill. Sandy Mintz outlines in her Scandals Newsletter some points of interest concerning the MSEPA. She says:
The following outlines the powers inherent in the CDC's original proposal for MSEHPA (as adopted by Florida), only superficial changes exist in the subsequent draft presented to the states.
1. Grant the governor of each state power to declare a "public health emergency" as defined in the act, with or without consulting anyone. (Article IV, Section 401)
2. Require medical examination and/or testing and force isolation or quarantine if it is deemed that refusal "poses a danger to public health". (Article VI, Section 602(c))
3. Require treatment and/or vaccination and "isolate or quarantine" those "unwilling or unable" to do so. (Article VI, (Article VI, Sections 603(a)(3) and 603(b)(3))
4. Constitute as a misdemeanor, "failure to obey these provisions" (for examination, testing, isolation or quarantine). (Article VI, Sections 604(a) and 604(c))
5. Provide that there be no liability for any "State or local official" causing harm to individuals in their efforts to comply with the provisions of the act, unless there is "gross negligence or willful misconduct". (Article VIII, Section 804(a))
6. Provide for similar absence of liability for "any private person, firm or corporation" and their "employees" or "agents". (Article VIII, Section 804(b)(2) and 804(b)(3))
7. Allow for the destruction of property without compensation if "there is reasonable cause to believe that they may endanger the public health pursuant to Section 501". (Article V, Sections 506 and 507) - (Note: "they" refers to the properties described in the act.)
8. Limit legal recourse. (Article VI, Section 605)
9. Allow for "the public safety authority (to) request assistance from the organized militia in enforcing the orders of the public health authority." (Article IV, Section 404) 18.

Now it seems however that Secretary of HHS Tommy Thompson who wouldn't take the small pox vaccine, by the way, when President Bush supposedly took his, now holds these powers regardless of individual state legislation.

Now with the easy passage of the Homeland Security Bill 11/13/02 in the House (299-121-11) and 11/19/02 in the senate 90/9, it leaves quite a few of us downright angry and many scratching our heads, still not sure what happened. 19.

Senator Robert Byrd (Dem. W.V.) stated in the Senate discussion prior to vote on the Homeland Security Bill:

And this is one of the most far-reaching pieces of legislation I have seen in my 50 years. I will have been in Congress 50 years come January 3... Never have I seen such a monstrous piece of legislation sent to this body. And we are being asked to vote on that 484 pages tomorrow. Our poor staffs were up most of the night studying it. They know some of the things that are in there, but they don't know all of them. It is a sham and it is a shame. 20 But the way this bill was brought in here, less than 48 hours ago, a brand-new bill. It had not been before any committee. It had undergone no hearings, not this bill. It is a bill on our desks that has 484 pages. There are 484 pages in this bill. 21

As Ron Paul and Robert Byrd explain, and Sandy Mintz outlines, we've federalized the Emergency Health Powers, overstepping individual and state's rights in one clean sweep!

Ron Paul agrees with some of the most renowned experts in the world on smallpox in opposing mass vaccinations. Dr. Thomas Mack, whose opinions are published in New England Journal of Medicine states: "Vaccinating large numbers of staff identified by the hospitals as well as the general public is a mistake, because the deaths from vaccine complications will outweigh any limited increase in protection. Mass vaccination will guarantee a few deaths." 22

Ron Paul States: "When we give government the power to make medical decisions for us, we in essence accept that the state owns our bodies."

"The possibility that the federal government could order vaccines is real. Provisions buried in the 500-page homeland security bill give federal health bureaucrats virtually unchecked power to declare health emergencies. Specifically, it gives the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services in my view one of the worst of all federal agencies- power to declare actual or potential bioterrorist emergencies; to administer forced "countermeasures," including vaccines, to individuals or whole groups; and to extend the emergency declaration indefinitely. These provisions mirror those found in the Model Emergency Health Powers Act, a troubling proposal that was rejected by most state legislatures last year. That Act would have given state governors broard powers to suspend civil liberties and declare health emergencies. Yet now we're giving virtually the same power to the Secretary of HHS. Equally troubling is the immunity from civil suit granted to vaccine manufacturers in the homeland security bill, which could leave individuals who get sick from a bad batch of vaccines without legal recourse." 23

This view, held by Representative Ron Paul, is also held by Barbara Loe Fisher of the National Vaccination Information Center (NVIC) who professes: "NVIC maintains that Section 304 of the bill is fulfillment of a federal plan in development for several years to allow public health officials to force vaccination and medical treatment on Americans without their informed consent while removing all accountability from drug companies and those who participate in enforcement of the policy when harm is done." 24

She further notes that "a voluntary decision about whether to take the risk, has been the centerpiece of bioethics ever since the Nuremberg Code was adopted after World War II and the doctrine of informed consent was introduced into U.S. case law in 1957."

As the saying goes: he who does not learn from history is doomed to repeat it. People tend to want to believe the best of things, human nature works that way, but blind faith is a very sharp instrument indeed!

The Patriot Act was swept into law in a similar context and fashion as the Homeland Security Act was with the inherent EHPA blended into it. The Patriot Act was also a monstrosity of paperwork passed with no public hearing or debate and no conference or committee report on Oct.26, 2001. That piece of legislation passed easily by our elected officials in the heated aftermath of 9/11, it acted as the initial blow to our civil liberties, usurping our due process rights, expanding executive powers considerably, while enhancing surveillance powers and again overriding due process rights in detention and search and seizures. Finally, to add insult to injury, it suppresses political dissent such as our right to protest this very act! Now over a year later the Homeland Security Act further invades our privacy rights to the point of even overriding our medical rights, including informed consent and our ability for recourse in damages stemming from medical intervention leading to personal injury. It continues to enhance the government's authority to seize and have surveillance of our property and detain or quarantine (detain or arrest if in violation of a quarantine or such). Well, if we've relinquished all this, what actually is there left to protect? Perhaps our minds, because they still might decide we're too powerful yet and try to microchip us for purposes of mind control! 25.

ENDNOTES:

1. http://www.909shot.com/PressReleases/prhomelandsecurityhtm.htm
2. http://www.healing-arts.org/children/vaccines/vaccines-conflict.htm#conflict
3. http://autism.about.com/library/weekly/aa061900a.htm (October 3, 2001, Chairman Burton Requests Recall Of Childhood Vaccines with Thimerosal)
4. http://autismawakeninginia.bizland.com/autismthevaccineconnectionandrelatedstories/id10.html

5. http://video.c-span.org:8080/ramgen/kdrive/e121002_vaccine.rm
6. http://www.cdi.org/terrorism/homeland.cfm
7. http://www.vaccinationnews.com/DailyNews/August2001/ConflictInt&Vax.htm
8. http://www.healthprivacy.org/info-url_nocat2303/info-url_nocat_show.htm?doc_id=98595;
http://www.alec.org/viewpage.cfm?pgname=5.103
9.http://www.flsenate.gov/session/index.cfm?Mode=Bills&SubMenu=1&Tab=session&BI_Mode=ViewBillInfo&BillNum=1262&Chamber=Senate&Year=2002&Title=-
10. http://www.jacksonville.com/tu-online/stories/052802/met_9516399.html
11. http://www.healthprivacy.org/info-url_nocat2303/info-url_nocat_show.htm?doc_id=98595

12. http://www.fema.gov/regions/iv/2002/r4_154.shtm;
http://www.nctimes.net/news/2002/20021102/65004.html
13. http://www.vaclib.org/indexdoc.htm;
http://www.know-vaccines.org/bioterror5.html
14. Id. (George Annas, Chairman, Health Law Department, Boston University School of Public Health)
15. Id.
16. Id. (Director, Health and Services, ALEC)
17. http://www.vaccinealert.com/pages/whatsnew.html
18. http://www.909shot.com" TARGET="_top">http://www.vaccinationnews.com/Scandals/past_scandals.htm
http://www.909shot.com

http://www.redflagsweekly.com
19. http://www.adn.com/24hour/special_reports/terrorism/story/628556p-4811302c.html" TARGET="_top">http://www.aamc.org/advocacy/library/washhigh/2002/111502/_4.htm;
http://www.adn.com/24hour/special_reports/terrorism/story/628556p-4811302c.html

20. http://truthout.com/docs_02/11.20A.byrd.home.htm
21. Id.
22. http://www.vaclib.org/news/drmack.htm (N Engl J Med. 2002;348(5):000-000 (Reviewed by Gary D. Vogin, MD))
23. http://www.lewrockwell.com/paul/paul66.html
24. http://www.909shot.com/PressReleases/prhomelandsecurityhtm.htm
http://www.909shot.com/Newsletters/spsmallpox.htm
http://ohsr.od.nih.gov/nuremberg.php3
25. http://www.ccr-ny.org/whatsnew