Government Experimental Medication for School Children

26 August 2021 | Michael Moore | Email:

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The government is frantic to give experimental medication to hundreds of thousands of school children who are not sick and rarely if ever get SARS-CoV-2.

Touted as a vaccine the gene medication called mRNA is now being pushed onto children despite the demonstrated high potential of Myocarditis and Pericarditis

How many parents I wonder are willing to risk the safety of their children with an experimental drug that has not received full approval except by Pfizer, the drug company?

The TGA has given its approval as an experimental drug purely because of an ‘emergency.’ Not by reason of safety.

The government is so desperate it seems, they will institute mass vaccinations in a hurry. This has historically proven to be deadly.

Cutter Laboratories produced the Salk vaccine, which was supposed to contain inactivated polio. Despite safety protocols, children were given a vaccine which contained the live virus.

According to Paul A. Offit, director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children’s Hospital of

Philadelphia and author of “The Cutter Incident,” 120,000 children in the U.S. were given the Cutter vaccine in the spring of 1955. Fifty-one were paralyzed, five died and 40,000 kids came down with “abortive” polio, which included symptoms such as fever, sore throat, headache, vomiting and muscle pain.

This fatal mistake in the manufacturing process led to more regulations.

The CDC says the “Cutter Incident was a defining moment in the history of vaccine manufacturing and government oversight of vaccines, and led to the creation of a better system of regulating vaccines.”

Polio vaccinations resumed in autumn, leading to a steep drop in cases. By the 1970s, there were fewer than 10 in the U.S. Canada was declared “polio free” in 1994.

Swine flu – 1976

This 1976 photograph showed an adult receiving a vaccination with a jet injector during the swine flu nationwide vaccination campaign, which began October 1, 1976. CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION

In early 1976, two U.S. military recruits at Fort Dix, New Jersey, came down with flu-like illnesses that raised red flags for the CDC. Researchers discovered it was the swine flu and similar to the virus that caused the 1918 pandemic.

The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices of the United States Public Health Service quickly met to discuss recent findings about the H1N1 New Jersey strain. Since the strain could be transmitted person-to-person, they feared a pandemic.

Despite a more cautious approach from the World Health Organization, the U.S. government launched an immunization program in an effort to stave off a pandemic, fearing a repeat of the Spanish flu. Emergency legislation was signed in April 1976.

The aggressive campaign to stop the spread of swine flu saw 45 million Americans vaccinated within ten months, including President Gerald Ford. Critics suggested this quick approach to flu outbreak prevention may also have been politically motivated, given that Ford was up for re-election in November.

A recent article in the Journal of the American Medical Association damned the government response: “Poorly conceived, the attempt to vaccinate the U.S. population at breakneck speed failed in virtually every respect. Safety standards deteriorated as one manufacturer produced the incorrect strain. The vaccine tested poorly on children who, depending on the form of vaccine tested, either developed adverse reactions with high fevers and sore arms or did not mount an immune response at all.”

The Journal also notes that the vaccine was linked to Guillain-Barré syndrome, which can cause muscle weakness or paralysis, “in a very small number of cases, a finding that remains controversial.”

Discover magazine points out that scientists later learned the strain was not, in fact, related to the 1918 pandemic and swine flu numbers never took off around the world as feared. The vaccine campaign was brought to a halt and the public backlash was swift.

Researchers and medical experts have pointed to the overzealous 1970s swine flu campaign as sowing the seeds for vaccine hesitancy among many Americans today.”

Astrazeneca has a dark history and has been banned in several countries and

Pfizer is no better with thousands of adverse reactions, some of which are posted here they have been Provisionally approved due to the desperation of the Federal Government

It is worthwhile thinking very carefully before you allow your child to be injected with an experimental substance. Do your research and do not just accept the government on faith. After all when have they kept their promises?

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