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Human Vaccinosis: How can you cause disease and claim to be preventing disease? part 2

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“Every politician, every agency grand poobah in this country needs to be reminded that our bodies are not government issued property and they have no right or authority to force anyone, especially children to be subjected to injections that they admit could probably cause great harm or even death.”

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Human vaccinosis: Part 2

dees_vaccinesHuman vaccinosis should have been a consideration before  Minnesota legislators jumped on the vaccine bandwagon.  But this is about money, and lots and lots of it. It will come from pharmaceutical “stakeholders” and from federal agencies which will be given billions to pass out as “grants and subsidies” for implementing the federal plans.

The rise of chronic illness and disease in children has risen in direct correlation to the number and frequency of vaccines. Now, Minnesota legislators have their eye on vaccinating adults; a previously marginally tapped market. While some Minnesota adults vaccinate for flu and pneumonia, the majority avoid these shots like the plague, which may be an instinctive reaction to the intended infectious diseases included in the shots.

The decline in children’s cognition and all the innumerable illnesses they now suffer,  should be sending up red flags that what is being done, is not working. Or maybe it is and we are just not aware of the actual intention of vaccines.

The idea that we should be forced to play vaccine roulette with our health or that of our children is unthinkable. The sordid history of vaccines is very carefully avoided when discussing the political economics associated with mass vaccinations. Plausible deniability is everything when you are bargaining for campaign dollars. More

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Minnesota: More 2nd Amendment treachery from both sides

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new-logo25Marti Oakley        © copyright 2014 All rights reserved

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Since an unconstitutional law is void, the general principals follow that it imposes no duties, confers no rights, creates no office, bestows no power or authority on anyone, affords no protection, and justifies no acts performed under it . . .

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That great sucking sound you hear coming from the Capital is issuing from elected politicians as they bow,untitledbb scrape and pucker up for Bloomberg.  Bloomberg needs to go somewhere else to push his anti-2nd Amendment agenda.

Minnesota legislators both Republican and Democrat, have embarked on a mission to render the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution for the United States as void. Obviously enamored by the mere appearance of the highly detestable Michael Bloomberg from New York, a man who is reviled by many in his own state, politicians are lining up for the chance to do his bidding right here at home. Bloomberg showed up here in Minnesota after attacking New York gun owners and by co-opting a social group and converting it to a million mother’s campaign against owning guns in order to give his attack on the Constitution some kind of legs.

What are you people thinking?

I have no idea what it is going to take to make state legislators in every state realize that the public is not going to abide gun control laws. Most people realize this has nothing to do with preventing crime, and has only to do with limiting your right to defend yourself.  After all, an unarmed population is a compliant population, especially when only the criminals will have guns.  And make no mistake, if these first rounds of attacks are passed, more will come as they steadily chip away at the 2nd Amendment.

In fact, the bills currently under consideration in the Minnesota legislature are far more than that as your Constitutional right to due process is also relentlessly attacked. Also under attack is your right to speak out especially when in the presence of the political candidates who have promoted anti gun issues:

SF1915 by Senator Katie Sieben – restricts free speech near an election by subjecting efforts to call out candidate’s for their anti-gun records and to intrusive record keeping and reporting requirements. In other words, this is a “Gag-Act” designed to shut down Minnesota Gun Rights for exposing their actions to the public eye!

Well! She must be mighty proud to put her name on an open effort to abridge the 1St Amendment right to free speech.

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