VLA COMMENT: This article breaks down the percentage of Muslims in each of the various countries in Europe. ie: FRANCE: In France, 30% of children age 20 years and below are Muslims. The ratio in Paris and Marseille has soared to 45%. In southern France, there are more mosques than churches.
Watch video.. It is now rule of law. The legislation was passed. However, establishment attorneys are looking into including vaccine trials without informed consent. If the “commission” decides that the vaccine trials are “minimum” risk, the physician does not have to tell you that he is part of a clandestine public trial. Hence you and your children are being experimented on without being told. This is because the “commission” has determined that the particular medication has minimal risk…so NO INFORMED CONSENT IS REQUIRED.
VLA Comment: I wonder how they decide that there is minimal risk to a drug when the purpose of the trial is to find out??????
North Carolina Congresswoman Virginia Foxx, a Republican, has introduced new legislation that, taken to its logical end, might eventually provision for employers to force their employees to be vaccinated under the guise of “wellness.” House Resolution 1313, known as the “Preserving Employee Wellness Programs Act,” contains certain provisions for “disease prevention” that, should employees refuse them, might end up costing them their jobs. That, or employees could face penalties in the form of ostracization or even higher insurance rates. READ MORE….
VLA COMMENT: California already passed a law in tandem with SB 77 which prohibits public and private education for any child that is not fully vaccinated. This law targeting Daycare Centers prohibits employment or volunteering to anyone who has not gotten vaccinated. This is virtually the first time that the government mandate vaccines for employment.
TRUMP YANKS DR. MURTHY, SURGEON GENERAL
The Federal Trade Commission’s STATUTORY AUTHORITY
The Commission’s basic authority to regulate advertising and marketing practices derives from Section 5 of the FTC Act, which broadly prohibits unfair or deceptive acts or practices in commerce. The Commission “will find deception if there is a representation, omission or practice that is likely to mislead the consumer acting reasonably in the circumstances, to the consumer’s detriment.” The elements to this analysis are:
(1) the representation, omission, or practice must be likely to mislead the consumer
(2) the act or practice must be considered from the perspective of the reasonable consumer
(3) the representation, omission, or practice must be material, that is, likely to affect a consumer’s choice or conduct, thereby leading to injury
(4) When a representation or sales practice is targeted to a specific audience, such as children, the Commission will determine the effect on a reasonable member of that group.
(5) Thus, advertisements directed to children are considered from the standpoint of an ordinary child.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration
“…in connection with consumer-directed broadcast advertisements for prescription drug and biological products. The approach presumes that such advertisements:
Are not false or misleading in any respect
Present a fair balance between information about effectiveness and information about risk
Include a thorough major statement conveying all of the product’s most important risk information in consumer-friendly language
Communicate all information relevant to the product’s indication (including limitations to use) in consumer-friendly language.
Children’s Advertising Review Unit (CARU)
CARU’s Self-Regulatory Guidelines are deliberately subjective, going beyond the issues of truthfulness and accuracy to take into account the uniquely impressionable and vulnerable child audience.
The Guidelines are based upon the following core principles:
Advertisers have special responsibilities when advertising to children or collecting data from children online. They should take into account the limited knowledge, experience, sophistication and maturity of the audience to which the message is directed. They should recognize that younger children have a limited capacity to evaluate the credibility of information, may not understand the persuasive intent of advertising, and may not even understand that they are being subject to advertising.
Advertising should be neither deceptive nor unfair, as these terms are applied under the Federal Trade Commission Act, to the children to whom it is directed.
Advertisers should have adequate substantiation for objective advertising claims, as those claims are reasonably interpreted by the children to whom they are directed.
Advertising should not stimulate children’s unreasonable expectations about product quality or performance.
Products and content inappropriate for children should not be advertised directly to them. Advertisers should avoid social stereotyping.
The following open letter written by a PhD Immunologist completely demolishes the current California legislative initiative to remove all vaccine exemptions.
VLA Comment: Clear and excellent. Send en mass to your legislators. Dr. Tetyana clarifies the non-communicablity of various vaccines that are touted as dangerous to immunocompromised individual. She easily dispels this myth of contagion.
Documents Indicate That the Chicken Pox Vaccination Has Been Added to the MMR Without Our Knowledge (APRIL 2017)
Despite this information being freely available, in 2005, the MMRV, a vaccine said to protect children against measles, mumps, rubella and varicella (chicken pox) was licensed for use in the US, which, according to the CDC, was said to be very safe and effective.
However, what is particularly worrying for parents is the fact that, according to a CDC paper titled Use of Combination Measles, Mumps, Rubella, and Varicella Vaccine: Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), the MMRV vaccine:
“… may be used instead of measles, mumps, rubella vaccine (MMR, M-M-RII, Merck & Co., Inc.) and varicella vaccine (VARIVAX, Merck & Co., Inc.) to implement the recommended 2-dose vaccine schedule for prevention of measles, mumps, rubella, and varicella among children aged 12 months–12 years.” (own emphasis)
This wording appears to indicate that children have been taking part in vaccination trials for several years without their parents’ consent. Furthermore, according to the CDC:
After studying a number of peer-reviewed studies published between November 30, 1974, when information on the varicella vaccine was first published and August, 1, 2016, the researchers discovered that breakthrough varicella and death were not the only adverse reactions the recipients of the single varicella and the MMRV should be concerned about.