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Healthy People 2020 and the Decade of Vaccines

Thank you, Rima.

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny has become a powerful voice in opposition to the unfolding of compulsory vaccination.

In this article, Dr. Tenpenny shares the history behind what we are now seeing as the compulsory vaccination around the world. I quote:

While it appears that the recent measles hysteria pushed a button that rocketed nearly all 50 states to introduce vaccine bills simultaneously, calling to restrict and/or remove vaccine exemptions for children, the plan has actually been evolving for a long time. The flurry of legislative actions are rooted in the Healthy People guidelines which began 35 years ago.

In 1976, Congress created The Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) to coordinate disease prevention and health promotion efforts across the United States. Three years later, Surgeon General Julius B Richmond chronicled the state of health in America, then defined five quantitative goals for public health. The document came to be referred to as Healthy People. With the help of Assistant Surgeon General Michael McGinnis, the formal publication was released in 1979. In 1980, a companion piece written by the Institutes of Medicine – Promoting Health/Preventing Disease: Objectives for the Nation – set forth 226 specific, measurable health objectives. This was the action plan for the Healthy People goals. These two documents, considered to be “landmarks” in the history of public health, became Healthy People 1990.

Lofty goals were put forth for many areas of health, but some of the first directives for mass vaccination were established in Healthy People 1990. For example, one goal was to achieve at least a 60% influenza vaccination rate among high-risk populations. Another was to fully vaccinate all children with MMR, polio and DTP by two years of age.

The goals were meant to be national in scope. But 1980s was long before the age of instant internet communication and few of the objectives were met in the era between 1980 and 1990. Therefore, planning the objectives for the new decade began in 1987, engaging broad based input from across the country.

By the time Healthy People 2000 was released in 1990, more than 7,000 persons and public health organizations at the local, state, and national levels had participated in the development of 22 topics with 312 objectives. Included in Healthy People 2000 were goals to ensure all children were fully vaccinated and all older adults were vaccinated with both the influenza and pneumonia vaccines.

In 2010, the current guidelines were released, framed as Healthy People 2020. The latest recommendations are vast in scope and include government intrusion into nearly ever conceivable area of personal life and health. What started out as 15 topics and 226 objectives in 1990 has grown to 42 topics and more than 1,200 objectives for 2020.

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Apart from this horrific abuse of our children, there are three elements that we see over and over in the plans of our dark friends:

  • The long-term nature of their plans
  • A trigger event, in this case the so-called measles outbreak as the first step in the Hegelian Dialectic
  • How black is called white and vice versa in their satanic twisting. For example, this horrific plan to dumb down (at best) many children, if not kill or cripple them is entitled Healthy People 2020.

We see one of more of these elements time and time again, such as with the creation of Israel, the starting of wars, Agenda 21 and so many more. Meanwhile, the public is distracted by television, sport and other instant gratification mechanisms  – all part of the plan.

Combining this with some well-directed propaganda and fear-mongering, it works beautifully for them.

Rupert Sheldrake: The 2015 Vegetable Sermon

Rupert Sheldrake is one of those wonderful scientists for whom the scientific method is more important than what Sheldrake calls the scientific worldview.

In this “sermon”, Sheldrake discusses flowers – a timely subject in the Northern Hemisphere – and how science fails to explain why flowers take their many and varied forms. The essence of Sheldrake’s argument – and much of his work – is that reductionist science fails to explain so much of our world and how and why it works as it does.

I commend Sheldrake’s presentation to you.

Much of Pacific Ocean threatened by Fukushima releases, an area covering 1/3 of globe

The Fukushima “fallout” continues unabated, despite it being ignored by the mainstream press. This, alone, is a powerful indicator that this event was no accident.

Now we have – belatedly – plans being activated by the International Atomic Energy Agency to monitor the contamination from the Fukushima leakage.

Meanwhile, we have extraordinary wildlife events occurring on the West coast of Canada and the United States; for example, this moonscape-like devastation along the Canadian coast – one of many such recent stories. Is it due to Fukushima? It’s not certain, but that is the elephant in the room.

This discussion gives you a thumbnail of the health and wildlife impacts of Fukushima and nuclear power in general. Horrific.

But if the press don’t mention it, all is well.

Varoufakis resigns as Greek finance minister

After securing a ‘no’ vote at Greek referendum on bailout, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis resigned, saying it would help Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras negotiate a better deal with foreign creditors.

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In my opinion, we are seeing the real power in Greece and elsewhere beginning to be revealed. This RT video on the resignation has a lot of insights in it. It is not the first to speak of a bail-in similar to what we saw in Cyprus, where the banks confiscate the funds of their depositors on some formulaic basis (you may recall, most countries now have such legislation in place to allow this). And as I shared with you a couple of days ago, Varoufakis understands the banking system and how it works.

And the banksters will not take this referendum result lying down.

In my view, life is about to get a lot more difficult for the Greek people.

It is hard to say where it will end. The Greeks are a proud, passionate people. A people’s uprising may unfold, most likely followed by a massive military/police crackdown. If so, then what?

It will be an interesting few weeks.

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