Flyers/Resources to Distribute:
- Sarasota for Vaccination Choice NEW
- Dr. Blaylock & Dr. Mercola Debunk the H1N1 "Pandemic"
- Educate Yourself re: Mass-Vaccination (tri-fold, PDF)
- ** FLORIDA SWINE FLU VACCINE LAWSUIT!
- The Truth about Flu Shots in Pregnancy
- FDA Vaccine Package Inserts: 3 Injectable, 1 Intranasal: PDF's Here
- Swine Flu Arrives in Sarasota: Examining H1N1 'Swine Flu' and the Government's Rush to Vaccinate
- 2009 Florida Statutes: 381.00315 Public health advisories; public health emergencies
- Nuremberg Code: Directives for Human Experimentation
- Adverse Effects of Adjuvants in Vaccines
- Refuse and Resist Mandatory Flu Vaccines
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
The Center of Disease Control Receives Funds Based On Vaccine Sales:
The CDC’s largest funded role is to promote vaccine use and they are measured on their effectiveness.
1. The CDC is given billions of dollars to promote vaccine use, and is the government body that also monitors vaccine adverse events and reports on safety. This is a conflict of interest of the worst kind for our children.
2. CDC only receives a handful of millions of dollars to monitor vaccine safety.
3. The CDC uses manipulative tactics to “Foster Demand” for vaccines.
a. Example: A CDC presentation on vaccine promotion outlines manipulative tactics to influence the public to vaccinate.
In the presentation "Recipe that Fosters Higher Interest and Demand for Influenza Vaccine" by Glen Nowak, Ph.D., Associate Director of Communications, National Immunization Program. Full document available here: http://www.generationrescue.org/documents/2004_flu_nowak-CDC.pdf
Slide Set: “Recipe That Fosters Vaccine Interest and Demand”
1. Page 28: "[have] Medical experts and public health authorities publicly (e.g., via media) state concern and alarm (and predict dire outcomes)- and urge influenza vaccination"
2. Page 29: "References to, and discussions, of pandemic influenza along with continued reference to the importance of vaccination."
3. Page 27: "Dominant strains and/or Initial cases of disease are:... In cities and communities with significant media outlets"
4. Page 28: "Framing of the flu season in terms that motivate behavior (e.g., as "very severe," "more severe than last or past years," "deadly")"
5. Page 29: "Continued reports (e.g., from health officials and media) that influenza is causing severe illness and/or affecting lots of people- helping foster the perception that many people are susceptible to a bad case of influenza."