H1N1 Vaccine News Compilation – Volume 2
This post is an addition to my post of a week ago. These items were released this week or have come to my attention since the original post.
What about those vaccines? Surely the pharmaceutical companies must be churning out their millions—ultimately billions—of vaccines, under only the most stringent of conditions. And obviously, these vaccines must have been cleared by the FDA as being harmless to humans. Correct?
I mean, the pharmaceutical companies stand to be slammed with innumerable lawsuits if they screw up—right?
Wrong on all counts. Our buddies on Capitol Hill passed a law in 2005 that gave the pharmaceutical companies complete immunity from being sued over their vaccines—the “Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act” (the PREP Act).
That legislation gave drug companies immunity from harm caused by any misconduct on their part, or negative consequences resulting from their vaccines. It is not coincidental that the pharmaceutical lobby is the largest lobby in Washington D.C.
The immunity given to the vaccine manufacturers applies no matter what the drug company does wrong—unless you can prove that it was willful misconduct.
They can put anything they want in their vaccines, and there is nothing you or I can do about it.
But surely these vaccines are thoroughly tested by the FDA, right? Well no, they are not. Because of the “emergency” nature of the novel H1N1 “outbreak” normal FDA vetting procedures have been bypassed.
Is Swine Flu A Biological Weapon? from Prison Planet
Pentagon To Offer Swine Flu Vaccine to Terror Suspects – Miami Herrald
Blunt Needles To Be Used For Swine Flu Vaccines – Brittania Radio
Putting the Swine Flue Panic In Perspective – American Thinker
FDA Approves Experimental Anti-Viral For Vaccines- WSJ Online
The drug, peramivir, is currently being developed by BioCryst Pharmaceuticals Inc. and is undergoing testing required for regular FDA approval.
The FDA issued a so-called emergency use authorization late Friday that allows doctors to use peramivir, which is delivered intravenously, in certain hospitalized adult and pediatric patients with confirmed or suspected H1N1 influenza.
Swine Flu H1N1 – Naitonal Vaccine Information Center
Switzerland authorises two pandemic vaccines for H1N1
Novartis pledges flu vaccine supply to Oman