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Iowa law to give vaccines at gunpoint
« on: March 01, 2019, 08:09:11 AM »
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  • Vaccine Industry to partner with police, come after home school students in Iowa for mandated quarterly “health and wellness” checks
    Wednesday, February 27, 2019 by: Lance D Johnson
    Tags: bad doctors, badhealth, badmedicine, badscience, Child Protective Services, consent, Dangerous Medicine, health freedom, home school, homeschooling, hypocrisy, independent education, informed consent, iowa, juvenile court, law enforcement, Liberty, obedience, parent rights, police state, privacy, school district, Tyranny, vaccine compliance, vaccine state, vaccines






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    (Natural News) After the World Health Organization (WHO) named “vaccine hesitancy” a global health threat in 2019, vaccine compliance has become top priority for every government that is run by Big Pharma. FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb has called on the states to limit vaccine exemptions and strip parents of their rights. The war to achieve max vaccine compliance is moving into new, bold territory.
    The Vaccine State is now targeting home school families. Many home school families do not follow the CDC’s full vaccine schedule and some families opt out of vaccines altogether. Iowa State Representative Mary Mascher has proposed a piece of legislation that would target them in their homes, to enforce compliance. Iowa’s HF 272 would require home school families to submit proof of their child’s vaccination record to the state, while requiring the families to submit to quarterly “health and wellness” safety checks, which may be conducted by officials from the Health and Human Services Department and accompanied by local law enforcement.
    HF 272 is where the Vaccine State takes its most intrusive step to date. On lines 22-24, the bill instructs all home school parents to provide the district with evidence that the child has had the immunizations “required under section 139A.8.” Furthermore, parents would be required to submit a full portfolio of the child’s school work, including an “outline of course of study,” all subjects covered, all lesson plans, and a time log for each area of study. The bill is both intrusive and dishonest. Even parents who send their kids to public school can opt out of one or all vaccines that are recommended by the CDC. Religious and medical exemptions to vaccines still exist in the state.
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    School districts to “conduct quarterly health and safety home visits” and may enlist law enforcement if parents don’t give consent
    To enforce the new rules, the bill instructs the board of directors of the school district to “conduct quarterly home visits to check on the health and safety” of children within the district. The bill provides adequate funding for the school district to police home school families in the area. The visits are to be conducted within the home and include an observation of the child and an interview with the child. If the parent does not consent, then the district can obtain probable cause from the juvenile court to forcefully enter the home and conduct the observation and the interview. The superintendent of the school district shall “designate a person to carry out the duties.” This person is designated as the “mandatory reporter.” Most sickening, the school district may collaborate with the department of human services and “local, county and service area officers” to enter the home and conduct the checkup.
    Since officers are required to “do their job,” they will be critical for intimidating parents to open their doors and submit their kid to the intrusive interview and the vaccine requirements. If parents do not cooperate and hand over proof of vaccination records, it will be very easy for Child Protective Services to take the child from the home, have them vaccinated, and sent away to live with another family.
    In Oregon, lawmakers want to enforce vaccine compliance as soon as parents take their newborns home from the hospital. Under a proposal in Oregon, every new parent, including adoptions, would be visited two or three times by a nurse or health care practitioner. The visits are intended to connect parents with primary care physicians, screen them, and schedule their myriad of vaccinations.
    These intrusive bills are a glimpse of how far the authoritarian Vaccine State will go to achieve vaccine compliance and force people to obey. Home school families must be ready to hold their elected representatives accountable, as to not permit pharmaceutical companies the ability to create laws and turn law enforcement against good people.
    For more news about medical fascism and tyranny, read MedicalTyranny.com.
    Sources include:
    VaccineImpact.com
    Legis.Iowa.gov
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    Re: Iowa law to give vaccines at gunpoint
    « Reply #1 on: March 01, 2019, 11:37:07 AM »
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    FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb has called on the states to limit vaccine exemptions and strip parents of their rights.

    FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb is a Jew.

    He's making sure the goyim are getting injected with adjuvants and hidden agents that impede mental capacity ... cause autism, dementia and Alzeheimers ... decrease fertility ... embed dormant, delayed onset of cancer ... effeminize males ... pacify and domesticate ... and zombify them.

    Human cattle need not be intelligent, spirited, independent, strong, logical, ambitious, protective, caring and concerned about self-preservation. They only need to have just enough physical & mental capacity to be efficient slaves in the Jew World Order. Biodroids. Don't think, just do as you're told.

    Oh, and "Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature."
    "Be progressive, vote for policies that reduce you to a minority and slowly erode your heritage and culture - NO THANKS!" - Dr. David Duke


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    Iowa bill to fund home schooling
    « Reply #2 on: March 01, 2019, 08:37:12 PM »
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  • This is Iowa HF 272, which is not currently out of committee.

    On the other hand, Iowa SF 372 was approved by the subcommittee.

    https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/politics/2019/02/27/school-choice-senate-bill-uses-public-money-private-home-schooling-iowa-legislature-k-12-education/3010313002/

    'School choice' bill gets initial OK in Iowa Senate: Public money for private schools, home schooling


    A "school choice" measure that would use public education money for private schools and home schooling in Iowa is moving through the state Capitol again, though its scope — and its chances — are unclear.
    A three-member panel in the Senate signed off on the measure Wednesday. Two Republicans approved it; the lone Democrat did not.
    The bill’s sponsor, Sen. Jerry Behn, R-Boone, said if the bill becomes law parents could have more involvement over their children’s education. He also believes it would encourage competition among schools, which he thinks will lead to improvement.
    “If we're going to get innovation, if we're going to really unleash the potential that we can to educate our children, I think a bill like this has to move forward,” he said.
    Sen. Claire Celsi, the Democrat on the subcommittee, said Behn's competition argument is "ridiculous."
    “Schools are not businesses,” the West Des Moines lawmaker said. "They do not compete with one another. They're busy enough taking care of the kids in their own building and trying to meet their own benchmarks than to worry about what's going on across town."

    The bill, in its current form, would allow students in grades K-12 to receive an “education savings grant” to pay for a nonpublic school or “competent private instruction," more commonly known as home schooling.
    The basic idea is to give parents the decision on how to spend public money on their child's education. The education grant would equal the average per-student amount the state pays each year for students at public schools.
    When a student graduates high school any unused funds could be used for high education, the bill says.
    A previous bill proposed the same concept through the use of "education savings accounts," a term that has been used in similar discussions at other statehouses. "School vouchers" is often used to describe the concept.
    Iowa Association of School Boards, the School Administrators of Iowa and the Rural School Advocates of Iowa are among the organizations opposed to the bill. Representatives of those groups said they were concerned about the potential lack of accountability in private education,and noted that some public money is already directed to private schooling opportunities in limited instances.
    Representatives for the Family Leader and Americans For Prosperity spoke in support of the bill, as well as several organizations that support "school choice." They highlighted their belief that parental control would improve education.
    The bill has no price tag for now, but a similar proposal in a previous session was estimated to cost $260 million, according to a lobbyist for the Iowa State Education Association.
    The subcommittee was held on the same day that Senate Republicans released a status quo budget of about $7.6 billion for the upcoming spending year. The state spends more than $3.2 billion on K-12 education.
    Behn said he is open to reducing the scope of the legislation to one population of students in the hopes of getting a preliminary program started. He suggested a program for students receiving special education. He also acknowledged that Senate Republicans have not discussed the bill in private meetings yet, making its chances of advancing this session unclear.

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    Re: Iowa law to give vaccines at gunpoint
    « Reply #3 on: March 02, 2019, 09:59:51 AM »
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  • The point here is that all sorts of bills get introduced, from all sides, but most don't get far.

    The main thing I can think of that might give the wellness check bill some traction is the lamentable case of Natalie Finn and her siblings, which happened in Iowa.

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    Re: Iowa law to give vaccines at gunpoint
    « Reply #4 on: March 02, 2019, 05:26:01 PM »
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  • The point here is that all sorts of bills get introduced, from all sides, but most don't get far.

    The main thing I can think of that might give the wellness check bill some traction is the lamentable case of Natalie Finn and her siblings, which happened in Iowa.
    Some people do not realize that. Politics is a very, very slow burn. This bill will probably die in committee.
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    Re: Iowa law to give vaccines at gunpoint
    « Reply #5 on: March 05, 2019, 03:02:28 PM »
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  • Apologies for the double post, but I remember this thread and it quoting Scott Gottlieb, the FDA commissioner, and he quite literally just resigned.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2019/03/05/fda-commissioner-gottlieb-who-raised-alarms-about-teen-vaping-resigns/

    Take it for what it's worth, but this just broke about half an hour ago.
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