When the US government embarked on a major vaccine campaign against a new swine flu in 1976, the programme had to be abandoned because the vaccines — allegedly produced by Baxter among other companies — caused death and injury to so many people. Thousands who filed claims contending they suffered side effects from the shots won compensation.
This time, however, the US government has rushed through a legal document barring people in advance from claiming any compensation for an unsafe H1N1 vaccine that they can be forced to take by the US government at gunpoint according to federal and state legislation, thereby putting the entire burden of risk of the mandatory vaccination programme against the artificial H1N1 virus bioengineered in a lab on the people of the USA.
“Vaccine makers and federal officials will be immune from lawsuits that result from any new swine flu vaccine, under a document signed by Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius,” according to the Associated Press.
“The document signed by Sebelius last month grants immunity to those making a swine flu vaccine, under the provisions of a 2006 law for public health emergencies. It allows for a compensation fund, if needed.”
It appears compensation can still be claimed if criminal intent is shown on the part of the vaccine manufacturers.
Baxter’s Austrian subsidiary is currently under investigation by police for contaminating 72 kilos of vaccine material with live bird flu virus supplied by WHO in an act that cannot have been accidental given the strict standards governing biosafety level 3 facilities, and therefore for demonstrating just such criminal intent.