“The pharmaceutical industry makes billions of dollars annually producing, promoting, and injecting a product that is known to Injure people in myriad ways, and bears zero responsibility when a child-or an adult-suffers as a result.”-The Defender
Imagine with if you will a government that no longer enforces the law against criminals but now caters to the lawbreakers rather than the law abiders (Luke 22:48).
Because friends it is exactly where we are at today (Psalm 94:20).
We have the federal government giving way to special interest groups such as Bill Gates and his criminal enterprise, which is attempting to push forth his illegal agenda, and that by force.
What’s worse is much of the talk over vaccines right now is that it will be brought to your front door (Amos 6:3) by the president’s million-man army.
The reason that they are so emboldened in doing so is that they have somehow indemnified themselves from any liabilities if one of the recipients is harmed by their vaccines. In other words, they are giving a pass to criminals committing crimes against the innocent, and it’s all for gain (Luke 22:48).
Have you heard of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act?
The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA) of 1986 (42 U.S.C. §§ 300aa-1 to 300aa-34) was signed into law by United States President Ronald Reagan as part of a larger health bill on November 14, 1986. NCVIA’s purpose was to eliminate the potential financial liability of vaccine manufacturers due to vaccine injury claims in order to ensure a stable market supply of vaccines, and to provide cost-effective arbitration for vaccine injury claims.
Under the NCVIA, the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP) was created to provide a federal no-fault system for compensating vaccine-related injuries or death by establishing a claim procedure involving the United States Court of Federal Claims and special masters.
The Defender reported:
Who Does the Childhood Vaccine Injury Act Protect?
The laws of a country are, generally, designed to protect its citizens. How this ideal is interpreted is a topic of debate in various circles, but its goal is lofty, if not quite perfect. Of specific necessity are laws aimed at protecting children, including child abuse, welfare, and labor laws.
Hint: It isn’t the kids…
The laws of a country are, generally, designed to protect its citizens. How this ideal is interpreted is a topic of debate in various circles, but its goal is lofty, if not quite perfect. Of specific necessity are laws aimed at protecting children, including child abuse, welfare, and labor laws. Of zero necessity, in my view, is the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA), which sounds like it has the best interests of this nation’s young citizens in mind, but actually serves a much different purpose.
Congress passed the NCVIA in 1986, and President Ronald Reagan signed it into law soon after. Taken at face value, the law has some admirable provisions: it established improved communication regarding vaccines across all Department of Health and Human Service agencies; required health care providers who administer vaccines to provide a vaccine information statement to the person getting the vaccine or his or her guardian; and established a committee from the Institute of Medicine to review the literature on vaccine reactions.
Dig a little deeper, however, and the NCVIA does less to protect patients than it does drug companies making vaccines. When Reagan signed the NCVIA, he also created the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP), which allows anyone—children and adults—who have suffered an injury (or worse) following a vaccination to file a claim. To date, it has paid out nearly $4 billion in compensation since 1988, including the 2008 case of Hannah Poling, whose family received more than $1.5 million in a landmark court award for a vaccine-autism claim.
While this might sound like a good thing, one must read between the lines. The NCVIA also sets limits on the liability of vaccine manufacturers. They don’t have to pay a dime, in most cases, if someone is injured as a result of a product they make. Is there any other industry afforded such immunity? The pharmaceutical industry makes billions of dollars annually producing, promoting, and injecting a product that is known to injure people in myriad ways, and bears zero responsibility when a child—or an adult—suffers as a result.
Does this sound like American government to you (Exodus 18:25)?
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