Save Your Vaccination Rights: Tell Your Senators to Vote NO to Homeland Security Bill! E-mail to a friend If you: Value your right to refuse vaccinations based on religious, medical or personal reasons Do not want to allow the government to let Eli Lily off the hook for thimerosal-based vaccine-induced injuries and deaths Want to maintain certain rights and freedoms if you are put into quarantine by the government Then I urge you to email or phone your two U.S. Senators today and tell them to vote AGAINST the current Homeland Security Bill they are about to vote on! As long-time readers of this newsletter know, it is only in the most important situations related to health that I ask you to take such direct and immediate action. Telling your Senators to vote NO to the Homeland Security Bill certainly qualifies as important, and here’s why: In the Homeland Security Bill (see Title III, section 304 (start at page 74) of HR 5710), certain “pork” – provisions added by certain politicians with special interests, often without any public/media awareness at all – was inserted late in the bill’s life, and apparently without the knowledge of many members of the House of Representatives who already passed the bill on November 13. One such piece of pork would give the Secretary of the HHS the authority to call for universal smallpox vaccination and other smallpox interventions with absolutely NO personal, NO religious and NO medical exemptions allowed! You’ll also find by reading Title III, section 304 of the bill that there are NO guarantees for humane quarantine laws. Yet another sneaky insertion into this bill would allow the pharmaceutical manufacturer Eli Lily to go scot-free regarding any injuries and deaths caused by their thimerosal-based vaccines... vaccines that contain mercury, in other words, and are likely at least partly responsible for the epidemic rise in autism, Alzheimer’s and other neurological disorders. Obviously a politician who thought this was a clever way to covertly pass his or her deal with a lobbyist added this rotten piece of pork; it has nothing to do with our nation’s security, except to cause us more harm. Again, please contact your two U.S. senators – click here to find your Senators’ contact information -- and tell them to vote against the current Homeland Security Bill, HR 5710, for the reasons stated above. If nothing more, write “Vote NO to Current Homeland Security Bill, HR 5710” in an email subject line, cut and paste this article into the body of an email, and above it write “As a resident of your state, I urge you to vote NO to the current Homeland Security Bill, HR 5710, for the following reasons:” and then email it to your Senators. The group PROVE (Parents Requesting Open Vaccine Education) was the first to inform me of this frightening pork in the Homeland Security Bill, and along with The Connecticut Vaccine Information Alliance (CTVIA), they have created a list of proposed amendments to HR 5710 that you can also forward to your Senators if you agree with these amendments. If you do not agree with all of these amendments, you can forward those you do agree with to your Senators, or just contact your Senators and tell them NO to the current Homeland Security Bill because you: Value your right to refuse vaccinations based on religious, medical or personal reasons Do not want to allow the government to let Eli Lily off the hook for thimerosal-based vaccine-induced injuries and deaths Want to maintain certain rights and freedoms if you are put into quarantine by the government The proposed PROVE and CTVIA amendments are as follows: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- H.R. 5710-Homeland Security Act PROPOSED AMENDMENT 1: SEC. 304. CONDUCT OF CERTAIN PUBLIC HEALTH-RELATED ACTIVITIES. Insert: (d) EXEMPTIONS FOR COUNTERMEASURES FOR CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, NUCLEAR AND OTHER EMERGING TERRORIST THREATS. 1. No citizen shall be forced to be vaccinated or receive medical treatments contrary to their own physician's or other health care provider's individual professional judgment. 2. No citizen shall be forced to be vaccinated or receive medical treatment contrary to their personal religious beliefs or practices. 3. No citizen shall be forced to be vaccinated or receive medical treatments that violate the judgment of the person's conscience. 4. Health care personnel shall not be forced to carry out orders contrary to the health care provider's conscientious beliefs. 5. A vaccine or medical treatment shall not be administered to any adult or child without the voluntary informed consent of the adult, the custodial parent or legal guardian of the minor child or ward, or the conservator of the individual to be vaccinated or medically treated. (e) QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION IN RESPONSE TO CHEMICAL,BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, NUCLEAR AND OTHER EMERGING TERRORIST THREATS. When a public health emergency has been declared relating to a communicable disease; 1. Citizens identified as being infected with the declared disease may be subjected to humane quarantine in order to prevent the spreading of disease. 2. Citizens identified as being exposed to the declared disease who claim a medical, religious, or conscientious exemption to vaccination or medical treatment may be subjected to humane quarantine for the duration of the incubation period of the disease in order to prevent the spreading of disease. Such citizens shall not be involuntarily quarantined with those who are infected or contagious. 3. Citizens claiming a medical, religious, or conscientious exemption who have not been identified as being exposed shall not be involuntarily quarantined. 4. Individuals or family members who regularly live together or where one person regularly provides essential support for another shall be permitted to stay together in either quarantine or isolation. 5. Custodial parents, legal guardians, or conservators of minor children, wards, or conservatees who may be quarantined or isolated shall be allowed to remain with their minor children, wards, or conservatees in quarantine or isolation. 6. Quarantine and isolation must be by the least restrictive means necessary to prevent the spread of a communicable disease to others and may include, but are not limited to, confinement to private homes.