By Mark Wachtler
May 10, 2013. Atlanta. The federal government and the CDC are quietly putting the finishing touches on the nation’s first Vaccine Police. Already monitoring you and your children’s medical records, the Vaccination Squads authorized by Congress will be ringing your doorbell soon if your family isn’t up to date on the government required list of vaccines.
VacTruth.com is warning parents about the coming 'Vaccine Squads'.
Government officials and health company executives will say that vaccinations are never forced. And in a double-talk sort of way, they could be considered correct. After all, the million US military personnel who were forced to take a banned Anthrax vaccine could have refused, which hundreds did, and instead gone to prison. All the nurses who were just forced to be vaccinated could have refused, which dozens did, and instead been fired. And parents can refuse to vaccinate their children, which millions do, and they can have their kids taken away from them by the state, where they’ll be vaccinated against their will anyway.
A recent report from VacTruth.com exposes a little talked about endeavor being undertaken by Congress and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). With little activity in public view, the federal government is creating a nationwide police force to monitor and enforce government vaccination requirements.
While the authors call them ‘Vaccination Squads’, the vaccine police have the official title ‘Community Preventive Services Task Force’. As detailed by VacTruth.com, ‘Keep in mind what happened on Christmas Eve 2009. The US Senate passed HR 3590. The bill eventually became Public Law No. 111-148, which gives the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) authorization to create “vaccination squads” in local communities and seek out unvaccinated children.’
Immunization Information Systems (IIS)
Anytime the US federal government creates a database to house data on every American citizen, it has an intimidating sounding name. The Immunization Information Systems database is no different. And it is designed to do just that – monitor the vaccination history of each and every American. But that’s not all it will track. According to the ‘Immunization Information System Functional Standards, 2013 – 2017’, the government database will collect detailed information on parents and their activities regarding their children’s vaccinations.
The information collected by the Vaccine Task Force and entered into the IIS computer includes:
According to the report, the government’s goal is to have 95% of all American children immunized in compliance with federal mandates. According to ShareCare.com, the average American child is currently injected with 113 different vaccine antigens, over 32 vaccinations of 17 different vaccines. The numbers reflect how some vaccines are given more than once to insure they’re effectiveness and contain more than one chemical or biological agent.
VacTruth.com quotes one well-known vaccine expert regarding the government’s new database to monitor Americans’ immunization habits. Leslie Manookian, writer and director of the movie The Greater Good, warned, “CDC has openly stated that vaccine registries are a tool to identify areas of ‘undervaccination’ so that they can be ‘addressed’ and brought into ‘compliance’.”’
We know that ‘undervaccination’ is defined as children and adults who are not up to date on the government-required vaccines. We also know that ‘compliance’ means those people have now been vaccinated. The key word is ‘addressed’. To what extent exactly with government authorities go to force parents to vaccinate their children with the full list of required vaccines?
The report’s authors closed with a warning of their own, ‘Can you imagine police or sheriffs escorting the vaccine squad(s) for “non-compliant” parents? At this point, I really can’t put it past them. Consequently, once this system is completely operational, the sky is the limit. Big Brother has the capability to track more than just vaccines.’
To read the full report, visit VacTruth.com.
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