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I posted a link on November 15 to Janet Phalen’s article describing the outrageous attempt to mandate vaccinations for any veteran who wishes to receive medical services from the Veterans Administration. I had expected this story to be front page news on alternative news web sites, but so far, I see relatively little reaction from the public, veterans especially, to bring pressure on congressmen to kill this bill in the House (hopefully while there is still time before the sellouts in the House rubber stamp it and send it to the Indonesian Usurper -which might occur in a matter of weeks). This bill is a blatant violation of a verteran’s right to decide (informed consent), and violates more than one provision of the 10 point Nuremberg code – which specifically prohibits any form of coersion or mandatory imposition for any type of medical treatment, including vaccinations, without the willing consent and voluntary desire of the patient.
I carefully read the S.1203 bill and the existing law that is to be amended, and after analyzing the proposed changes to the wording of the existing statute, this bill, if it becomes law, apparently will require that veterans be vaccinated with ALL of the CDC recommended vaccinations for adults in order to be eligible to receive ANY medical treatment or benefits from the Veteran’s Administration.
Contrary to one article I read at metabunk.org, purporting to debunk the mandatory vaccination requirement, S.1203 does indeed impose a mandatory vaccination requirement in order to receive Veterans’ medical benefits. I will elaborate on the details below to support my conclusion. Of course, the bill is deceptively worded in order to avoid raising alarm bells, but that’s SOP for the treasonous sellouts who currently make up the majority in congress.
While the bill itself doesn’t employ the word “mandatory” in referring to vaccinations, the meaning of the newly proposed wording changes found in S 1203 is unambiguous: it mandates a full schedule of ‘recomended’ vaccinations as a requirement to receive medical services.
Overview of S. 1203
S 1203 Sponsor
S. 1203, sponsored by SS (Senate Sellout) Republican Dean Heller of Nevada (elected 2011), passed the Senate by a voice vote on November 10, 2015 (“The bill was passed in a vote in the Senate. It goes to the House next. The vote was by Unanimous Consent so no record of individual votes was made“). Therefore, since it was an “unanimous consent” vote, then all US senators present at the time the vote was taken had voted in its favor, and not even one senator opposed it. Heller is a member of the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs.
S 1203 Co-sponsors (https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/114/s1203)
10 cosponsors (5R, 5D) (show)(joined May 6, 2015)(joined May 6, 2015)(joined May 6, 2015)(joined May 6, 2015)(joined May 6, 2015)(joined May 6, 2015)(joined May 6, 2015)(joined May 6, 2015)(joined Jun 24, 2015)(joined Jul 7, 2015)
The bill was referred to the House of Representatives on November 16, 2015 and is found at this link:
To amend title 38, United States Code, to improve the furnishing of health care to veterans by the Department of Veterans Affairs, to improve the processing by the Department of claims for disability compensation, and for other purposes.”
This Act may be cited as the “21st Century Veterans Benefits Delivery and Other Improvements Act”.
Analysis of S. 1203
There are many different subsections of Title 38 that this bill proposes to amend, but we are only concerned here with reviewing the provisions of “Sec. 101. Improved access to appropriate immunizations for veterans.“
In order to clearly understand the changes in Title 38 that S.1203 will bring about, I’ve divided this analysis into three areas of review:
A) First, we will note the changes that S. 1203 wants to introduce into the current wording of the two relevant subsections of Title 38.
B) Second, we will examine the existing wording of the relevant Title 38 subsections (Sec. 1701 and Sec. 1704) to know what’s already there and to better understand what S1203 wants to change. And thirdly,
C) I’ve inserted the new wording and additions proposed by S 1203 into the existing wording of Sec. 1701 and Sec. 1704, so you can read the entire text of the amended statute of Sec. 101 as it would appear if this bill were to become law.
A) Changes to Title 38 proposed by S. 1203
I’ve copied and pasted in further below the entire text of the S. 1203 proposed changes listed under Sec. 101. However, for purposes of clarity and analysis in this introductory overview, I will only include those portions of S. 1203 which pertain specifically to immunization and snip out the parts devoted to other areas to reduce clutter.
There are two subsections of USC Title 38 which S. 1203 proposes to change under the heading of “Sec. 101 Improved access to appropriate immunizations for veterans.“:
1) Section 1701(9)(F): The current, existing Section 1701 is devoted exclusively to listing the Definition of words used in USC Title 38, Part II (General Benefits), Chapter 17, Subchapter I.S.1203 proposes amending the wording of subheading (9), letter (F), and adds a new subheading of “(10)“, which now inserts a new term, the ‘recommended adult immunization schedule’which it defines as “the schedule established (and periodically reviewed and, as appropriate, revised) by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.” The creation of this new term under subheading “(10)” is an important element in establishing the vaccination mandate within S. 1203.
2) Section 1704(1)(A): The current, existing Sec. 1704 of Title 38 essentially describes the contents of an annual report that has to be submitted to congress before October 31 of each year. S. 1203, however, changes and embellishes the wording of subheading (1) from a single sentence description of the programs and activities offered to a much broader description of what the annual report would now reflect, including the “implementation” of “targets for compliance” in order “to ensure that veterans receiving medical services … receive each immunization on the recommended adult immunization schedule.”
This proposed wording insertion lays out the vaccination mandate most clearly by linking implementation, compliance, and assurance (“ensure”) that veterans receiving medical services [also] receive “each immunization on the recommended adult immunization schedule.”
The vaccination mandate deceptively obscured within S. 1203 is more clearly revealed by reading the existing wording found in Sec. 1701 and Sec. 1704 of Title 38 and then compare it to theproposed wording changes found in S. 1203 in the Summary Overview seen below .
Summary Overview of Proposed Changes to Sec. 1701 and Scc. 1704
Existing Sec. 1701(9)(F) of Title 38
Sec. 1701. Definitions
“For the purposes of this chapter –
(9) The term “preventive health services” means –
(F) immunizations against infectious disease;”
Proposed changes to Sec. 1701(9)(F)
(9) The term “preventive health services” means –
“(F) immunizations against infectious diseases, including each immunization on the recommended adult immunization schedule at the time such immunization is indicated on that schedule;”.
(2) RECOMMENDED ADULT IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE DEFINED.—Section 1701 of such title is amended by adding after paragraph (9) the following newparagraph:
“(10) The term ‘recommended adult immunization schedule’ means the schedule established (and periodically reviewed and, as appropriate, revised) by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices established by the Secretary of Health and Human Services and delegated to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.”.
(b) Inclusion of recommended adult immunizations in annual report.—”
Existing Sec. 1704(1)(A) of Title 38
“(1) A description of the programs and activities of the Department with respect to preventive health services during the preceding fiscal year, including a description of the following:
(A) The programs conducted by the Department –
(i) to educate veterans with respect to health promotion and disease prevention; and
(ii) to provide veterans with preventive health screenings and other clinical services, with such description setting forth the types of resources used by the Department to conduct such screenings and services and the number of veterans reached by such screenings and services.”
Proposed changes to Sec. 1704(1)(A):
(A) The programs conducted by the Department –
(i) to educate veterans with respect to health promotion and disease prevention. [period added]
(ii) to provide veterans with preventive health screenings and other clinical services, with such description setting forth the types of resources used by the Department to conduct such screenings and services and the number of veterans reached by such screenings and services and [and added]
(iii) to provide veterans each immunization on the recommended adult immunization [new clause added]
“(c) Report to Congress.—”
“(1) IN GENERAL.—Not later than two years after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Veterans Affairs shall submit to the Committee on Veterans’ Affairs of the Senate and the Committee on Veterans’ Affairs of the House of Representatives a report on the development and implementation by the Department of Veterans Affairs of quality measures and metrics, including targets for compliance, to ensure that veterans receiving medical services under chapter 17 of title 38, United States Code, receive each immunization on the recommended adult immunization schedule at the time such immunization is indicated on that schedule.“
I’ve highlighted in bold print and italics the essential elements of the sentence seen above. Removing the extraneous portions of the sentence allows the reader to grasp more clearly the full meaning and implication of the amended changes included in S. 1203. This is what it says:
“the Secretary of Veterans Affairs shall submit …a report on the development and implementation by the Department of Veterans Affairs of quality measures and metrics, including targets for compliance, to ensure that veterans receiving medical services under chapter 17 of title 38, United States Code, receive each immunization on the recommended adult immunization schedule at the time such immunization is indicated on that schedule.”
There’s the mandatory immunization requirement in unambiguous English.
The ‘report’ is about the “development and implementation“,…including targets for compliance, to ensure that veterans receiving medical services under chapter 17 of title 38, United States Code,receive each immunization on the recommended adult immunization schedule.
There’s no other way to interpret these words. A requirement is being established here which mandates immunization of the full recommended adult immunization schedule designated by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices for any veteran who receives medical services or treatment from the Veterans Administration. This is an outrageous and unconscionable violation of the veteran’s right to decide for himself whether he wants to be vaccinated or not, and a gross violation of multiple principles itemized in the Nuremberg Code which is incorporated as official policy of the US Department of Health and Human Services.
I can only hope that enough veterans wake up to the underhanded subterfuge being employed in this bill to sneak this eugenics travesty under the radar and quietly rubber stamp this abomination into law. People need to contact their congressional representative and send a loud and clear message that S. 1203 is pure Nazism and needs to be killed before it even gets out of committee.
Senator Heller and his crew of co-sponsors needs to be Recalled from office (it only takes 25% of registered voters in Nevada to get the ball rolling) toute suite and given a loud Bronx’s Cheer whenever he appears in public. This guy is the pits and needs to hear from veterans and the public alike.
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