People of Hawaii Pass Resolution Against Forced Vaccination Laws
Thursday, 10 December 2009 11:42
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Hawaii H1N1 Resolution Advances Vaccination Exemptions Favoring Americans’ Growing Demand for Health Freedoms
Hilo, HI–Department of Health officials in Hawaii were overruled by County of Hawaii directors supporting a resolution favoring First Amendment constitutional rights and vaccination exemptions for everyone demanding them.
The nearly unanimous 7-1 Big Island of Hawaii Council vote sent a strong message to State and Federal policy makers to consider a majority of people who solidly distrust risky vaccines in general, and health officials’ claims of safety regarding H1N1 vaccines in particular.
The vote demonstrated the power of local community activists to rebuke “top down” policies advancing “mandatory” vaccinations during declared emergencies. The Council’s decision backed the majority of people unwilling to lose health freedoms to Federal governors directing State health officials on behalf of BigPharma special interests.
The Resolution (237-09) urges State and Federal legislators in Hawaii “to amend vaccine laws to include medical, religious, and philosophical exemptions from any vaccine program,” including those declared urgent by health officials.
Proponents declared this a victory for health freedom–a warning to health officials seeking mandatory vaccination authorizations under Federal “national emergency” codes that expand State health official powers under the Model State Emergency Health Powers Act.
The vote reflects a nationwide trend of increasing public distrust of official proclamations of vaccination safety and efficacy. A solid majority of medical doctors, and nearly 70% of parents polled by Consumer Reports, feared the new vaccines and were determined not to recommend them.
After exhaustive research conducted by Council researchers and attorneys, and many drafts, the Resolution stated, “there is insufficient scientific evidence proving that vaccines are safe or effective, therefore it is not in the best interest of public health to recommend vaccinations without exemptions.”
“WHEREAS, in the wake of potential harm to the individual and the public from vaccinations, and the vacillating interpretation of ‘vaccine science,'” the Resolution declares, “it is in the public’s best interest to amend the vaccine laws to include the right of medical, religious, and philosophical exemptions from any vaccination program.”
The Resolution was advanced by native Hawaiian County Councilwoman, Emily Naeole-Beason, who heard from several constituents concerned about vaccine-injuries. Many complaints received by the Council cited the toxic ingredient mercury linked to neurodevelopmental and behavioral disorders in children denied by public health officials.
“This is a victory for health freedom, common sense, and U.S. Constitutional entitlements,” Council Vice Chair Naeole-Beason said. “I am very proud of our Council who put public safety ahead of special interests.”
“We are compelled by science and history to not repeat deadly mistakes,” said Rev. RJ Hampton, Legislative Aide to Naeole-Beason. “Our office studied vaccine science, and edited the Resolution to read, ‘that any vaccine known to contain harmful viruses or any materials known to prompt autoimmune diseases or cancer risks shall provide cause for exemption for any person in the State of Hawai’i who so desires such exemption.'”
“This is a win for ‘We the People,'” said Dr. Leonard Horowitz, a Harvard-trained authority in vaccinations and emerging diseases who advised the research committee that considered opinions of several leading U.S. Constitutional attorneys.
Opposition came from the Department of Health Director, Chiyome L Fukino, along with Sarah Y. Park, Chief of the State’s Disease Outbreak Control Division. The two medical doctors, heavily supported by the Honolulu Star Bulletin, wrote that “a number of inaccuracies pertaining to immunization were cited in the Resolution . . . ,” but failed to show any or send anyone to the County meeting to defend their views.
Dr. Horowitz responded to the Park-Fukino indictment by encouraging Council members to resist health officials’ gross conflicting interests and perverse pseudoscientific, and otherwise baseless, testimony.
In an Affidavit to be mailed to Hawaii’s State and Federal lawmakers who will vote on the Resolution next, Dr. Horowitz revealed a “conspiracy to cover-up media relations between FUKINO’s press officers and agents for the Honolulu Star Bulletin . . .” The Bulletin feeds and publishes Associated Press (AP) propaganda advancing vaccination agendas on behalf of AP director, Rupert Murdoch, and his politically-powerful partners in the Partnership for New York City (PFNYC), the world’s wealthiest biotechnology investment group.
Besides this conflicting interest, Murdoch’s son James directs GlaxoSmithKlein that markets one of the best selling H1N1 vaccines, and Tamiflu, also purchased by the Fukino’s department.
Plus, Rupert Murdoch’s Co-Chairman of PFNYC, Lloyd Blankfein, owns a majority share of MedImmune that produces the H1N1 FLUMIST vaccine that Dr. Fukino additionally stockpiled for Hawaiian distribution.
“Wow! Now we know why Auntie Emily gets zero support from the state’s main newspapers,” replied Rev. Hampton after reading Dr. Horowitz’s discoveries. “It’s an age old battle between ‘We the People’ versus corrupt corporations that pollute our minds, bodies, and environments for profit.”
Before the 7-1 vote, Dr. Horowitz urged the Council to “limit Hawai’i health officials’ grossly overstepped authority, and protect those of us intelligent enough to see the forest of reality through the trees of media propaganda, pseudoscientific fraud, and pharmaceutically administered pangenocide.”
The Resolution moves on to Honolulu where health officials have greater legislative support from lobbyists, and the media, advancing drug industry special interests.
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