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CDC Unveils Forced Vaccination and Quarantine Policy

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“At this point the concerned citizen has more than enough to question what’s really afoot here. A population so propagandized and ill-informed on the negligible threat posed by Zika could easily mistake Naled’s effects for the mild symptoms characterizing the virus–much as Pyriproxyfen proved cause for a similar frenzy among public health officials in Brazil. This would provide the basis for an ambitious and wide scale federal effort to quarantine one or more areas and introduce related emergency measures now being dictated by the CDC.”

 

There is something in these vaccines that is going to adversely affect the global population. There is something they are trying to do via the vaccines. You cannot look at the current state of medical/science/pharmacology and seriously conclude that our health is the focus. We have never been in more danger from corporate non-scientific, experimental programs than we are at this time. I have concluded…….they really DO what us dead.

Obamacare: Death to Physicians? Suicide Rates Climb Since ACA Passed

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new logoBy Elizabeth Lee Vliet, M.D

Physicians also fear losing hospital privileges if treatment for depression is disclosed. Hospital administrators increasingly use mandated psychiatric treatment as a bullying tactic to remove independent-thinking, patient-focused physicians from hospital staff.

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Chaos and disruptions in medical care have had one tragic and destructive effect that no one is addressing: the deaths of more than 2,000 physicians by suicide since Obamacare was passed by means of strong-arming and bribery.

censored doctPhysicians in general have a higher rate of suicide than other professional groups and the general public. Women physicians’ suicide rates are reported to be up to 400% higher than women in other professions. Male physicians’ rates are 50% to 70% higher.

Why are more physicians seeing suicide as their only option? The rising rate since the 2010 Affordable Care Act was passed points to the added regulatory and financial pressures from Obamacare as major factors:
• need to see more patients per hour to make ends meet
• lower payments, longer delays in being paid, and declining patient visits due to higher co-pays and deductibles
• financial stress, a known trigger for suicide, intensified by a 40 % to 50% decline in practice revenues as overhead costs go, forcing many primary-care physicians to close up their practices
• increasing administrative and paperwork burden, which takes time away from patient care, without the satisfactions of helping patients
• more generalized “one-size-fits-all” protocols demanded by insurance and government “guidelines”
• more forms, reports, and regulations that no one understands, but with huge financial penalties and even prison time for making mistakes
• demonization of “greedy doctors” by insurance companies, government, and media.

Doctors have always been at higher risk of suicide than other professions for several reasons:
• pressures of responsibility for patients’ lives
• fear of making mistakes that might cost a life or trigger a malpractice suit
• fear of losing one’s medical license and livelihood
• long hours, time away from families on nights and weekends
• high rates of unrecognized or untreated depression, alcohol or substance abuse, and divorce due to all of the above

Doctors are human too, and have feelings. I think other critically overlooked factors in the rising suicide rates since 2010 include:
• the increasing sense that doctors are just a “cog in a wheel,” interchangeable with those having less training and expertise
• feeling unappreciated by patients, who toss them aside like an old toy when insurance plans change
• frustration with patients who dismiss medical recommendations if “it is not covered by my insurance”
• loss of autonomy, control, and independence as faceless insurance clerks, bean-counters, licensing boards, and government agencies dictate how, where, and when medicine is to be practiced, with no knowledge of the patient in question.

Physicians are also often their own worst doctors and feel they can handle their own health issues and stress. There is the ever-present social stigma about seeking mental health treatment, but for physicians this is magnified by the fear of being penalized and having their medical license jeopardized if they seek treatment for depression or stress. We encourage others to seek mental health professionals if appropriate, but most physicians are afraid to do so themselves because such treatment must be reported on each medical license renewal application, increasing the risk of losing one’s license and livelihood.

Physicians also fear losing hospital privileges if treatment for depression is disclosed. Hospital administrators increasingly use mandated psychiatric treatment as a bullying tactic to remove independent-thinking, patient-focused physicians from hospital staff.

All of these problems, especially the feelings of loss of control and loss of autonomy in one’s medical decision-making, have escalated dramatically with the ever-increasing regulatory burdens under Obamacare.

A death by suicide is devastating to families, leaving emotional scars that may never heal. Physicians’ family members often have significant support to help with grief and shock, but very little attention is paid to the needs of patients, especially older patients who often have profound feelings of loss, and little support to help them through unexpected loss of a trusted physician upon whom they depended.

Most doctors go into medicine truly committed to helping people who are ill and in pain. Today, doctors are under siege with outside forces preventing them from doing the very thing that means the most: taking care of patients. The sensitive and compassionate ones have an even harder time dealing with denials of care they know their patients need.

The toll on doctors—and then patients—is getting worse daily. Insurance and government bureaucrats had best remember: at some point, we ALL will be a patient—that includes YOU.

WARNING: dead doctors cannot save your life.

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Minnesota: Vaccine mandates are not in the public interest

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strip bannernew-logo25Marti Oakley © copyright

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“How any rational individual could look at the list of poisons, toxins, heavy metals, sterility agents, DNA of non-related species, formaldehyde, mutated dead and live viruses, mutated bacteria, and whatever else was handy, and conclude that vaccines will prevent anything, is one of those great mysteries of the universe.”

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28056_1thAs we noted earlier, the federal Health & Human Services has posted a rule change on the federal register that would begin the plans for a full scale adult vaccination program. An article by National Vaccine Information Center Adults Targeted as Federal Government Prepares to Track the Unvaccinated, explains just how far the government is willing to go to force vaccinations. At what cost? Ask yourself who will benefit from this? It won’t be the public.

The article linked above is a must read article that clearly lays out what is ahead if we do not stop Minnesota legislators from jumping on the lucrative and highly dangerous, vaccine bandwagon.

While the new rule does not specifically say the adult vaccines would be forced, the CDC has admitted that access to healthcare will be denied if vaccinations are not up to date. Sounds like coercion, extortion and blackmail to me. So now, not only do I have to buy insurance I don’t want, but have also to submit to medical treatments that are clearly dangerous in order to access medical care that might actually be needed?

Right here in Minnesota, Rep. Mike Freiberg, (D)Golden Valley, says he believes “some parents do not understand the overwhelming evidence that vaccinations prevent serious illness.” And Mr. Freiberg can produce no such evidence other than to regurgitate the manipulated information put out by the manufacturers and the government who appear to be somewhat disinterested in collecting and reviewing the adverse reactions, and deaths, caused by vaccines.

So let me ask you Mr. Freiberg, how many children will be sacrificed to the vaccine industry before you admit that just because a child didn’t react violently to the vaccines, or die, doesn’t mean the vaccine worked? When many vaccines are admitted failures, the response should not be administering additional doses of something that is obviously not working, as is now suggested.

The high cost of healthcare

With the non-stop crying and whining about the costs of health care in the US, why would the government be on the verge of implementing a massive and costly program of mandated vaccines, when the result is a population that becomes progressively sicker as a result, with minimal successes (if you can call them that) of vaccines?

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US Government Moves on Nationwide Adult Vaccination

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The ‘Cross-Your-Fingers’ Public Health Strategy

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strip bannernew-logo25By Jane M. Orient, M.D.

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Maybe the country that claims to have the “best healthcare system in the771f56fe-dbad-11e3-9707-22000a98b2af-medium world” can get away with ignoring basic public health strategies that have worked for centuries. Perhaps we can say, “It can’t happen here.” After all, Ebola seems to have gone away, as epidemics do—sooner or later.

Some apparently even think that we can save the rest of the world by providing a safety valve for hot zones, right into American airports and schools.

Yet we may not be all powerful. Here is the word from top public health officials about some 400,000 cases of chikungunya, which is sweeping through the Caribbean and Latin America: “We can only keep our fingers crossed—painful as that might be for many people infected with chikungunya—that the Caribbean epidemic will decline and the virus will depart from the Western Hemisphere.” So write David M. Morens, M.D., and Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., of the Arboviral Diseases Branch, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in the Sept 14, 2014, issue of The New England Journal of Medicine. Dr. Fauci’s name is familiar from his pronouncements on Ebola. More

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