Door to Door Vaccination Program
This just came across my email this morning and I am just shocked! I am putting the email in its entirety here for you to read and alert your family and friends. You can learn more by following the links!
LOVE & CHI,
I honestly think that this is the most frightening action I have seen in the last 10 years I’ve been involved with Vaccine Education.
The bill is attached. It is more than 600 pages long. The plans for increased vaccination compliance starts on pg 394, Section 324. It doesn’t say that vaccines are mandatory; but it doesn’t mention exemptions either. The section before vaccines, on oral health, shows there push for “science based” fluoridation to continue.
It also appears the funding for door to door intervention is in place through the Serve America Act, passed April 21, 2009 (below).
I have no answers as to how to fight this. The roaring freight train has arrived after years of steady careful planning by UN, WHO, pharma and our obedient Congress. I am very open to suggestions, strategy and something to give us hope. Please be sure to share this with your friends, family and our internet lists.
Health Care Bill Will Fund State Vaccine Teams to Conduct â€˜Interventions’ in Private Homes
Funding from HR 1388, The Edward M. Kennedy “Serve America Act”, passed 4/21/09
(from HR 1388) HEALTHY FUTURES CORPS.â€” (pg 28-29)
â€˜â€˜(A) IN GENERAL.â€”The recipient may carry out national service programs through a Healthy Futures Corps that identifies and meets unmet health needs within communities through activities such as those described in subparagraph
(B) and improves performance on the indicators
described in subparagraph (C).
â€˜â€˜(B) ACTIVITIES.â€”A Healthy Futures Corps described in this paragraph may carry out activities such asâ€”
â€˜â€˜(i) assisting economically disadvantaged individuals in navigating the health services system;
â€˜â€˜(ii) assisting individuals in obtaining access to health services, including oral health services, for
themselves or their children;
â€˜â€˜(iii) educating economically disadvantaged individuals and individuals who are members of medically
underserved populations about, and engaging individuals described in this clause in, initiatives
regarding navigating the health services system andregarding disease prevention and health promotion, with a particular focus on common health conditions, chronic diseases, and conditions,for which disease prevention and health promotion measures exist and for which socioeconomic, geographic, and racial and ethnic health disparities exist;
â€˜â€˜(iv) improving the literacy of patients regarding health, including oral health;
â€˜â€˜(v) providing translation services at clinics and in emergency rooms to improve health services;
â€˜â€˜(vi) providing services designed to meet the health needs of rural communities, including the recruitment
of youth to work in health professions in such communities;
â€˜â€˜(vii) assisting inhealth promotion interventions that improve health status, and helping people adopt
and maintain healthy lifestyles and habits to improve health status;
â€˜â€˜(viii) addressing childhood obesity through inschool and after-school physical activities, and providing
nutrition education to students, in elementary schools and secondary schools; or
â€˜â€˜(ix) providing activities, addressing unmet health needs, that the Corporation may designate.
â€˜â€˜(C) HEALTHY FUTURES CORPS INDICATORS.â€”The indicators for a corps program described in this paragraph areâ€”
â€˜â€˜(i) access to health services among economically disadvantaged individuals and individuals who are
members of medically underserved populations;
â€˜â€˜(ii) access to health services for uninsured individuals, including such individuals who are economically
â€˜â€˜(iii) participation, among economically disadvantaged individuals and individuals who are members
of medically underserved populations, in disease prevention and health promotion initiatives, particularly
those with a focus on addressing common health conditions, addressing chronic diseases, and decreasing
â€˜â€˜(iv) literacy of patients regarding health;
â€˜â€˜(v) any additional indicator, relating to improving or protecting the health of economically disadvantaged
individuals and individuals who are members of medically underserved populations, that the Corporation,
in consultation (as appropriate) with the Secretary of Health and Human Services and the Director of the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, establishes;
â€˜â€˜(vi) any additional local indicator (applicable to a particular recipient and on which an improvement
in performance is needed) relating to improving orprotecting the health of economically disadvantaged
individuals and individuals who are members of medicallyunderserved populations, that is approved by the Corporation or a State Commission.