Vaccine Industry to partner with police, come after home school students in Iowa for mandated quarterly “health and wellness” checks


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After the World Health Organization (WHO) named “vaccine hesitancy” a global health threat in 2019, vaccine compliance has become top priority for every government that is run by Big Pharma. FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb has called on the states to limit vaccine exemptions and strip parents of their rights. The war to achieve max vaccine compliance is moving into new, bold territory.

The Vaccine State is now targeting home school families. Many home school families do not follow the CDC’s full vaccine schedule and some families opt out of vaccines altogether. Iowa State Representative Mary Mascher has proposed a piece of legislation that would target them in their homes, to enforce compliance. Iowa’s HF 272 would require home school families to submit proof of their child’s vaccination record to the state, while requiring the families to submit to quarterly “health and wellness” safety checks, which may be conducted by officials from the Health and Human Services Department and accompanied by local law enforcement.

HF 272 is where the Vaccine State takes its most intrusive step to date. On lines 22-24, the bill instructs all home school parents to provide the district with evidence that the child has had the immunizations “required under section 139A.8.” Furthermore, parents would be required to submit a full portfolio of the child’s school work, including an “outline of course of study,” all subjects covered, all lesson plans, and a time log for each area of study. The bill is both intrusive and dishonest. Even parents who send their kids to public school can opt out of one or all vaccines that are recommended by the CDC. Religious and medical exemptions to vaccines still exist in the state.

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School districts to “conduct quarterly health and safety home visits” and may enlist law enforcement if parents don’t give consent

To enforce the new rules, the bill instructs the board of directors of the school district to “conduct quarterly home visits to check on the health and safety” of children within the district. The bill provides adequate funding for the school district to police home school families in the area. The visits are to be conducted within the home and include an observation of the child and an interview with the child. If the parent does not consent, then the district can obtain probable cause from the juvenile court to forcefully enter the home and conduct the observation and the interview. The superintendent of the school district shall “designate a person to carry out the duties.” This person is designated as the “mandatory reporter.” Most sickening, the school district may collaborate with the department of human services and “local, county and service area officers” to enter the home and conduct the checkup.

Since officers are required to “do their job,” they will be critical for intimidating parents to open their doors and submit their kid to the intrusive interview and the vaccine requirements. If parents do not cooperate and hand over proof of vaccination records, it will be very easy for Child Protective Services to take the child from the home, have them vaccinated, and sent away to live with another family.

In Oregon, lawmakers want to enforce vaccine compliance as soon as parents take their newborns home from the hospital. Under a proposal in Oregon, every new parent, including adoptions, would be visited two or three times by a nurse or health care practitioner. The visits are intended to connect parents with primary care physicians, screen them, and schedule their myriad of vaccinations.

These intrusive bills are a glimpse of how far the authoritarian Vaccine State will go to achieve vaccine compliance and force people to obey. Home school families must be ready to hold their elected representatives accountable, as to not permit pharmaceutical companies the ability to create laws and turn law enforcement against good people.

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Vaccine Industry to partner with police, come after home school students in Iowa for mandated quarterly “health and wellness” checks


 

Image: Vaccine Industry to partner with police, come after home school students in Iowa for mandated quarterly “health and wellness” checks

After the World Health Organization (WHO) named “vaccine hesitancy” a global health threat in 2019, vaccine compliance has become top priority for every government that is run by Big Pharma. FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb has called on the states to limit vaccine exemptions and strip parents of their rights. The war to achieve max vaccine compliance is moving into new, bold territory.

The Vaccine State is now targeting home school families. Many home school families do not follow the CDC’s full vaccine schedule and some families opt out of vaccines altogether. Iowa State Representative Mary Mascher has proposed a piece of legislation that would target them in their homes, to enforce compliance. Iowa’s HF 272 would require home school families to submit proof of their child’s vaccination record to the state, while requiring the families to submit to quarterly “health and wellness” safety checks, which may be conducted by officials from the Health and Human Services Department and accompanied by local law enforcement.

HF 272 is where the Vaccine State takes its most intrusive step to date. On lines 22-24, the bill instructs all home school parents to provide the district with evidence that the child has had the immunizations “required under section 139A.8.” Furthermore, parents would be required to submit a full portfolio of the child’s school work, including an “outline of course of study,” all subjects covered, all lesson plans, and a time log for each area of study. The bill is both intrusive and dishonest. Even parents who send their kids to public school can opt out of one or all vaccines that are recommended by the CDC. Religious and medical exemptions to vaccines still exist in the state.

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School districts to “conduct quarterly health and safety home visits” and may enlist law enforcement if parents don’t give consent

To enforce the new rules, the bill instructs the board of directors of the school district to “conduct quarterly home visits to check on the health and safety” of children within the district. The bill provides adequate funding for the school district to police home school families in the area. The visits are to be conducted within the home and include an observation of the child and an interview with the child. If the parent does not consent, then the district can obtain probable cause from the juvenile court to forcefully enter the home and conduct the observation and the interview. The superintendent of the school district shall “designate a person to carry out the duties.” This person is designated as the “mandatory reporter.” Most sickening, the school district may collaborate with the department of human services and “local, county and service area officers” to enter the home and conduct the checkup.

Since officers are required to “do their job,” they will be critical for intimidating parents to open their doors and submit their kid to the intrusive interview and the vaccine requirements. If parents do not cooperate and hand over proof of vaccination records, it will be very easy for Child Protective Services to take the child from the home, have them vaccinated, and sent away to live with another family.

In Oregon, lawmakers want to enforce vaccine compliance as soon as parents take their newborns home from the hospital. Under a proposal in Oregon, every new parent, including adoptions, would be visited two or three times by a nurse or health care practitioner. The visits are intended to connect parents with primary care physicians, screen them, and schedule their myriad of vaccinations.

These intrusive bills are a glimpse of how far the authoritarian Vaccine State will go to achieve vaccine compliance and force people to obey. Home school families must be ready to hold their elected representatives accountable, as to not permit pharmaceutical companies the ability to create laws and turn law enforcement against good people.

Why Is The Food Industry Poisoning Us With Trillions of Nanoparticles?


The U.S. food industry is notorious for poisoning the very consumers who drive their multi-billion dollar enterprise, even spending millions against their right to informed consent (truthful GMO labeling). So, is it any wonder that this deregulated and increasingly deranged juggernaut is experimenting on its own customer base by exposing them to trillions of toxic nanoparticles?

A new study published in Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy titled, “Effects of titanium dioxide nanoparticles in human gastric epithelial cells in vitro,” reveals for the first time that the nanoparticle form of the common “whitening” agent known as titanium dioxide is capable of inducing “tumor-like” changes in exposed human cells.[1]
Whereas previous cell research has established that titanium dioxide (TiO2) is cytotoxic (cell damaging),[2] this is the first study of its kind to find exposed cells undergo a ‘phenotypal’ transition from normal to cancerous cell traits, including an increased rate of cell proliferation and a decrease in programmed cell death – hallmark features of precancerous and/or cancerous cells associated with ‘immortalization.’



Owing to the fact that the researchers tested human gastric epithelial cells, a type of stomach cell in direct contact with material we eat, and considering the broad range of drug, personal care and food products nanoparticle TiO2 is commonly used within, the toxicological implications of these findings are deeply concerning.

We Are Already Eating Titanium Dioxide
TiO2 is a naturally occurring oxide of titanium, and has a wide range of industrial applications as a “whitening” pigment in plastics, ceramic glazes and paints. It is used in sunscreens as a UV absorbing “sun protection factor,” due to its high refractive index.  Most of our risk of exposure comes from its use in toothpaste, drugs and excipient-heavy supplements as a pill coating, and food products, including even milk (to ‘improve’ appearance and texture).

Indeed, given that TiO2 is found in thousands of consumer products, the odds are that you are already being exposed to a significant quantity of them on a daily basis.  As reported by Everydayhealth.com, “You ingest around 100 trillion nanoparticles every day, researchers at Binghamton University and Cornell University say.”

So, what are some common brands who use it? Nanotitanium is found in products produced by Jello, Nestlé, M&M’s, Mother’s, Mentos, Albertson’s, Hostess and Kool Aid.

Below is a table from the 2012 E Magazine article “Eating Nano” revealing its presence in common U.S. packaged goods.

Is Titanium Dioxide Regulated?
Much like present day radiobiological risk assessments for technologies like mammography were developed long before the discovery of DNA, making it impossible to comprehend their DNA-damaging properties at that time, present day biosafety regulations of TiO2 were determined long before the advent of nanotechnology.  In both cases, the true harms of these technologies were — and still are — greatly underestimated.Nanoparticles and Common Food Brands As a result of this information gap, TiO2 is currently classified as ‘generally recognized as safe’ (GRAS) by the FDA, regardless of format. Remarkably, the FDA still allows titanium dioxide in sunscreens “at concentrations of up to 25 percent alone and 2 to 25 percent in combination with any proposed Category I sunscreen active ingredient” without considering the toxicity differential of particle size.[3]Considering that concentrations as low as 0.001% by weight have been found to exhibit clear cytotoxicity within exposed cells,[4] the biosafety regulations governing TiO2  are as great as 5 orders of magnitude or higher less stringent than they should be to protect the consumer.

Nanoparticles are so small they are below the threshold of visibility. This is one reason why they are used for sun protection factor, as 100 nanometers or smaller particles will not leave the white pasty appearance on the skin associated with larger particles.  What you can’t see, however, is still there – and in the case of nanotitanium, may slip through the surface layers of our skin into more sensitive tissues, as well as our blood stream. This is also why, if you use sunscreen, you should make sure the ingredients say “non-nanoparticle” when describing titanium dioxide or zinc oxide. And this rule applies to purportedly ‘natural’ brands as well.

Read more at http://www.naturalcuresnotmedicine.com/2013/10/why-is-food-industry-poisoning-us-with.html#SsaAbdZRIBZ6wqVW.99

Updated Helsinki Guidelines for Clinical Research Get Mixed Reviews.


The World Medical Association‘s newly updated “Ethical Principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects” are drawing considerable praise, as well as some criticisms.

The guidelines were first penned nearly a half century ago, in 1964, at a meeting of the World Medical Association in Helsinki, Finland, and have since been updated 7 times. Before this most recent update, the last time the document saw revisions was 2008.

The newest update, published online October 19 in JAMA, covers a wide range of topics organized under several headings, including:

  • Risks, Burdens and Benefits

  • Vulnerable Groups and Individuals

  • Scientific Requirements and Research Protocols

  • Research Ethics Committees

  • Privacy and Confidentiality

  • Informed Consent

  • Use of Placebos

  • Post-trial Provisions

  • Research Registration and Publication and Dissemination Results

  • Unproven Interventions in Clinical Practice

Two Viewpoints, both published in the same issue of the journal, help put the revisions in context. In some cases, the editorialists point out perceived shortcomings.

he revised document includes several subsections that give added emphasis to specific issues as well as improve readability, notes Paul Ndebele, PhD, from the Medical Research Council of Zimbabwe, Causeway, Harare, in one perspective . “By so doing, the Declaration of Helsinki is a better and more important authority at what it is aimed at achieving — providing guidance on conducting medical research involving humans.”

Since the first declaration in 1964, research oversight has improved. However, Dr. Ndebele says, improved oversight has sometimes led to an underrepresentation of certain groups in research protocols. The new version of the declaration recommends that heretofore underrepresented groups need to be more involved in clinical trials so they have a chance, along with other groups, of benefiting from successful research. “Instead of excluding groups that have been ordinarily excluded from research, such as minority groups, women, and children, researchers need to clearly justify why these groups have been excluded from research,” he writes.

In addition, he notes that the newer version is more relevant for countries with limited resources as it includes clear language that specifically addresses issues of importance in poor countries. Dr. Ndebele points to one example: “The 2013 version of the Declaration of Helsinki recommends use of unproven interventions in cases for which proven interventions do not exist, after the physician has sought expert advice as well as the patient’s informed consent.”

The 2013 version also discusses issues related to dissemination of health research information. That includes making sure that trials are registered in publicly accessible databases and that those databases include not only trials with positive results but also those with findings that are negative or inconclusive.

Dr. Ndebele emphasizes that informed consent must be a cornerstone of ethical research. The new declaration acknowledges that in some closely knit societies, gaining consent needs to involve other people than the patient, such as community leaders and significant others. “By addressing this reality, the new version is emphasizing respect for culture and community norms as part of the research process,” he writes.

The new guidelines also encourage researchers to make use of videos, vignettes, and other innovative means to explain the rationale for their studies.

Once trials are complete, it is important to give participants feedback on the results, he adds. He believes that doing so demonstrates respect for research participants and also helps demystify research.

Dr. Ndebele concedes that in recent years there has been considerable debate regarding the ethics of conducting medical research in developing countries. However, he says the 2013 update of the guidelines makes progress in addressing the issues surrounding that debate.

In the second Viewpoint, Joseph Millum, PhD, from the Department of Bioethics, Clinical Center, and the Fogarty International Center, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, acknowledge that the 2013 update represents progress. However, they also see a number of challenges that still need to be addressed.

For one, they say, “While the document purports to be a statement of enduring ethical principles, the nearly continuous process of revision undermines its authority.”

In addition, the 2013 document, similar to previous versions, is aimed primarily toward physicians. That is a mistake, they say, as the document offers recommendations for other health professionals, research ethics committees, sponsors, and governments, as well as editors and publishers. “It is time for the [World Medical Association] to recognize that the Declaration of Helsinki should address physicians as well as other health professionals and personnel involved in research,” they write.

Dr. Millum and colleagues add that the 2013 version’s treatment of informed consent remains inadequate. “It fails to recognize the possibility of waiving consent for some research involving competent adults, even though such research is common and widely endorsed.”

Neither does the declaration provide guidance on when it is appropriate to ask participants in studies to give broad consent for donating biological samples that could be used for wide-ranging studies in the future.

Dr. Millum and colleagues also take issue with the way the declaration treats “nonbeneficial studies,” or studies that pose risks to patients without offering compensating benefits.

Research combined with medical care is an increasingly popular way of conducting studies, note Dr. Millum and colleagues, but the declaration only allows such studies if, in the words of the declaration, “this is justified by its potential prevention, diagnostic or therapeutic value.”

In the view of Dr. Millum and colleagues, “The declaration’s lack of clear and consistent guidance regarding when net risks are acceptable creates unnecessary confusion and fuels the unfounded concern that all medical research is inherently exploitative.”

The authors further take issue with the new declaration’s protection of research participants who are vulnerable to harm in 1 or more ways, saying that the document “is confused about what constitutes appropriate protections and the appropriate means to achieve those protections.”

They concede that creating an international document to guide global research is an enormously difficult and complicated task. Hence, they say, it is not surprising that the newest version contains flaws. In spite of those flaws, however, they see the update as a step forward.