November 6th 2013
I’ve written several articles on this subject. As vaccine supporters, enthusiasts, liars, and poisoners keep showing up, I’m sure I’ll write several more.
Here’s the drill. If a parent believes her child has developed autism as the result of a vaccine(s), she must enter the maze of the US government compensation system. Why? Because she can no longer go to court and sue the vaccine manufacturer directly. That’s out.
The manufacturers and the federal government have conspired to erect a wall against those lawsuits, to protect the manufacturers from high-priced judgments.
The government maze the parent enters and suffers through is called the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP). It’s a nightmare.
The parent has to prove, to the satisfaction of government vaccine stooges, that her child indeed developed autism, and that the cause was a vaccine.
But you see, autism is a disorder that reads like a complicated menu in a restaurant, because there is no confirmed diagnostic test for it. The menu is a combination of behaviors.
So the parent has to convince a doctor that her child fits into that category, that autism category. If she can’t do it, she loses.
Here is an analogy. You buy a new car in a showroom. You drive it off the lot, and as soon you get it out on the highway, you notice that the brakes don’t work. You’re moving at 65mph and you can’t stop the car.
The traffic ahead of you slows down, and you crash into the back of a truck. You crack a few ribs, suffer a severe concussion, break a leg, and you have permanent nerve damage.
You sue the car manufacturer.
But in court (this is fiction), the manufacturer argues that car crashes lead, in some cases, to a disorder called Automobile Stress Reaction Syndrome (ASRS). In order to win your case, you have to prove you developed ASRS as a result of the crash.
ASRS is defined by a series of behavioral markers. A doctor has examined you and determined you are not a victim of ASRS. Therefore, your case is lost before it begins.
But in court, you say, “I broke my leg and cracked three ribs. I had a concussion. I have nerve damage.”
The judge shakes his head and says, “No dice. The manufacturer is only compelled to pay you compensation if you have ASRS. The suit is dismissed.”
That’s the way the autism compensation game is played. Autism and several other neurological disorders, if diagnosed in your child, could gain you a victory in the government VICP court. Maybe.
But simply pointing out that, after vaccination with substances that contained admitted poisons (mercury, formaldehyde, etc.), your child completely withdrew from the world…that general description means nothing.
If it turns out that what your child is exhibiting doesn’t quite fit into the complex menu of the disorder called autism, you didn’t navigate the maze successfully, so you’re kicked out.
The government says, “There is no proof that vaccines cause autism.” Translation: “not every child who suffers damage from vaccines fits our definition.”
The federal government wants to override the states, which still permit parents to refuse vaccinations for their children on religious, philosophical, and medical grounds.
If the federal government and compliant states win that battle, the circle will be closed. All parents, at the point of a gun, threatened with the potential loss of their children to Child Protective Services, will stand by and watch their children being injected with poisons.
And then when horrendous consequences follow, in the overwhelming number of cases there will be no compensation.
In my article, “Vaccine damage, hidden truth: not on the evening news,” I examine the probable numbers of significant adverse reactions to vaccines in the US. There are no official figures. Barbara Loe Fisher, head of the National Vaccine Information Center, a private group, makes a strong case for at least 120,000 a year, with the distinct possibility of as many as 1.2 million.
So we’re not talking about “a very few cases,” as the government claims.
We’re talking about the massive destruction of lives.
In the most litigious country in the world, you can’t sue a vaccine manufacturer for harm. You can sue everyone else from a garbage collector to a diamond merchant to a football league to an investment broker to a worm farmer to a plastic-bag company, but you can’t sue a vaccine manufacturer. The government won’t let you.
What is the government doing in the medical business, in the first place? They take your tax money and they fund the largest research facility in the world, the National Institutes of Health. The NIH decides what areas to explore and what areas to ignore.
If a lone doctor in Michigan comes up with a revolutionary treatment for cancer, NIH decides whether to look into it. They decide how to look into it. They decide whether it will threaten the trillion-dollar cancer treatment business. They decide whether to take on a study that, when twisted by their own minions, will discredit the lone doctor.
Government science, like everything else the government does, is political. It steals money from you to make political decisions.
So, when the pharmaceutical companies it favors are facing potential lawsuits from 120,000 or 1.2 million people who have been injured by vaccines, it rules against you. You can’t sue. You can only appeal to the government to compensate you.
Compensate you? The government? For a medical injury? In what universe does that make any sense?
Do you walk, hand in hand, into the office of an airline and ask them to pay you money because your son’s bicycle was defective and he crashed in to a tree?
Do you ask for money from a company that makes applesauce because faulty wiring caused your house to burn down?
Of course, some people say, “We ask the government to compensate us for a vaccine injury because the government’s job is to protect us and help us and make sure we’re all right.”
No, that was your Daddy and your Mommy, when you were young.
And even then…did you ask them for a raise in your allowance because the neighbor’s dog bit you?
Stripping away the “share and care” mask from the government and pharmaceutical companies, this is what we have: they know a tsunami is waiting for Pharma in courtrooms.
If private citizens are allowed to sue vaccine manufacturers for harm, juries of other private citizens will award billions and billions in damages.
That’s because juries are “stupid and sentimental and can’t understand science and are easily swayed and absolutely don’t deserve to have their voices heard.”
Instead, make people who want compensation appeal their cases before really intelligent medical experts. That’ll show them. Put those citizens into a labyrinth of lies and obfuscations and red tape and, while they and their children are suffering, run them through a psychological meat grinder. Spit them out with a pittance or with nothing.
Yes, that sounds like justice. Yes. That’s the answer.
Concealing the corrupt and failed and harmful and dangerous practice of vaccination, propagandists and media idiots and government spokespeople have drowned the American population, for more than a century, with assurances and demands about “public health.”
Now, at this late date, the illusion sets up this way: “No, it couldn’t be. They couldn’t have been deceiving us all this time. No. Absolutely not. Because if they have been deceiving us all this time with so many lies, what can we believe? Reality Itself would begin to crumble. And we can’t have that.”
Exactly. That’s the game they’re playing. They build it (reality), and you come. Because in their absence and the absence of what they have built, there would be nothing. Unless you…built something yourself. Unless we build something different.
Unless we fight and maintain the right to claim exemptions and opt out of vaccination. Unless millions of people wake up and opt out, and opt for health. Building health.
Not through poisons injected into the body.
The author of two explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED and EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world.