No I am not asking the question "Should experimental vaccines be mandatory"? The American Medical Association "WANT TO" make it mandatory for the "greater good" WHO THE FCK DO THESE OUT OF CONTROL RAGING PSYCHOPATHS THINK THEY ARE It starts in America and then we get it and some things our control mongers start here go over there. We are not experimental laboratory fkn animals. I dont want to be labelled, tagged or numbered. I dont want to be experimented on, I am not a lab rat The time is coming, the tide is turning slowly but surely as more and more people wake the fck up to whats going on.Population should be forced to take experimental shots “for the greater good”
Paul Joseph Watson
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
AMA Journal: Make Participation In Vaccine Trials Mandatory vaccination
An article published by the American Medical Association’s Virtual Mentor journal advocates making participation in vaccine trials mandatory, arguing that people should be forced to take experimental shots in a similar vein to how jury service is compulsory.
The article, written by Oxford University’s
Susanne Sheehy and Joel Meyer, is entitled Should Participation in Vaccine Clinical Trials be Mandated?
Concerned about the “distressing decline in the numbers of healthy volunteers who participate in clinical trials,” the piece argues that “Compulsory involvement in vaccine studies” should be considered for the “greater good of society.”
“Many societies already mandate that citizens undertake activities for the good of society; in several European countries registration for organ-donation has switched from “opt-in” (the current U.S. system) to “opt-out” systems (in which those who do not specifically register as nondonors are presumed to consent to donation) , and most societies expect citizens to undertake jury service when called upon. In these examples, the risks or inconvenience to an individual are usually limited and minor. Mandatory involvement in vaccine trials is therefore perhaps more akin to military conscription, a policy operating today in 66 countries. In both conscription and obligatory trial participation, individuals have little or no choice regarding involvement and face inherent risks over which they have no control, all for the greater good of society.”http://www.prisonplanet.com/ama-journal ... atory.htmlNO ARMY CAN STOP AN IDEA WHOSE TIME HAS COME! (I dont remember who said that)