June 12, 2021
“The vaccine is safe, free, and effective. It’s the best way to protect yourself, your family, and our community.”
“Between Dec. 14, 2020 and June 11, 2021, a total of 358,379 total adverse events were reported to VAERS, including 5,993 deaths — an increase of 105 deaths over the previous week. There were 29,871 serious injury reports, up 1,430 compared with last week.”
“The European Medicines Agency report through June 5, 2021 lists 13,867 deaths and 1,354,336 injuries following injections of four experimental COVID-19 shots.”
Mask orders are lifted in Massachusetts but not on public transport, in health care facilities, or in schools. Also, any business can still post signs on their doors like “Please wear a mask unless you are FULLY VACCINATED” while the state ignores laws that protect us from such discrimination. Businesses which have no “business” in our medical status are thus given the right to deny or restrict service on the basis of their own individual judgements about our health — an unprecedented situation before the alleged virus came on the scene.
We are going to be running into this, so here is a good primer: “Your Medical Status is Protected by Privacy Rights, not HIPAA” — a 17 minute video by Peggy Hall covering what to tell a shopkeeper who asks for your vaccination status (hint: “none of your business”). There is also a pdf to download. See https://www.thehealthyamerican.org/vaccines
According to Peggy Hall, HIPAA (Health Insurance Privacy Act) is not a good defense, as it only applies to information your doctor has and how that can be shared. A better defense is:
- The US Constitution, 4th Amendment — “the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures . . . ” This is our right to privacy — an inalienable right.
- Title III of the Civil Rights Act prohibits discrimination based on medical condition (i.e. unvaccinated) in private businesses such as grocery stores, banks, restaurants, hotels, retail stores and all public facilities including schools.
Massachusetts’ Governor Baker recently announced the state is not going to require vaccine passports, but said he has no problem letting businesses do so. He is thereby giving a wink and a nod to a violation our Constitutional rights (not the first time). Massachusetts couldn’t sustain a universal mask mandate. Let’s make sure they don’t get away with a de facto universal vaccine passport.
Governor Baker wants to keep open meetings of public officials closed and has filed legislation to that effect. Keeping the bothersome, uncouth public out of their meetings has always been the tendency of tyrants, big and little. In Zoom meetings it is easier to deny people their humanity — delete them — and that is the goal of technocracy. The relevant legislation is Bill S.27, “An Act relative to extending COVID-19 accommodations for municipalities in elections and for representative town meetings.”
We were told all emergency measures were to be lifted June 15, 2021, but apparently the emergency continues, justifying a mandate for the state to promote dangerous experimental emergency-use-only mRNA injections “of all populations throughout the Commonwealth.” And listen up peasants, this mandate will only be over when Governor Baker personally “in [his] judgment” thinks it should be. See his decree of May 28, 2021:
The state of Massachusetts has not explicitly mandated the medical intervention it calls a “vaccine” but it has done so implicitly: 1) by allowing an apartheid system in which the vaccinated are allowed the privilege of engaging in normal life while the unvaccinated are not, and 2) using the offices of the state to heavily promote a pharmaceutical product to the entire population.
Highway signs all over Massachusetts are supposed to be used for road condition warnings only. Instead they are being used to give us not just medical advice but medical orders. The orders are: “Get the vaccine” and “Wear a mask.” We’ve had enough of your orders, Governor. See Peggy Hall again on how she and others got covid and vax highway messages removed in California.
The Massachusetts state legislature is considering a bill that would eliminate your religious right to decline “vaccination”:
H. 2411 would not change the option for medical exemptions, but those are notoriously difficult to obtain. In many states, we’ve seen doctors who provide medical exemptions come under attack by medical authorities, leaving families with no real options for opting out of vaccine mandates.
H.2411 is deceptively short and simple – it just strikes out the 3rd paragraph of Section 15 of chapter 76 of the existing General Laws. The problem is that section provides for the religious belief exemption to vaccination in Massachusetts.
Without pushback, our rights will be taken away one by one. The orders that were lifted can easily be brought back when another “emergency” is declared, as it probably will be next flu season.