In fact, we now think Iraq is working on weaponizing smallpox, and perhaps North Korea and others too.
The danger is greater now than ever — first, and ironically, because of our very success in eradicating it in the past.
The controversial trials of experimental AIDS vaccines that led to the loss of innocent lives have already been ignored by mainstream scientists and reporters.
Even the scientists responsible for the deaths covered up the situation, failing to report the fatalities of their trials in order to prevent the public from finding out.
When it comes to epidemic diseases, however, we don't leave it up to individuals to decide. You might be ready to risk your life by forgoing the vaccine, but society would not let you — not because it was saving you from yourself but because it had to save others from you.
The problem wasn't you getting smallpox; the problem was you giving smallpox to others if you got it. We forced vaccination even though we knew it would maim and kill a small but certain number of those subjected to it. The threat is not just against individuals, but against the nation. If this epidemic were to take hold, it could devastate America as a functioning society.
What would even happen if there were complications in future trials?
Going by past history with other experimental vaccines, severe complications would probably just be hidden.There are laws already set in place that essentially give vaccine manufacturers immunity to legal repercussions.That is to say that if your child is harmed from a vaccine, the vaccine manufacturers are not financially or morally responsible.Along with the law will come a customer list for big pharma, where each participant’s information will be shared with the pharmaceutical companies in order to gather trial and field test data.Of course this isn’t so different from how things operate now, where individuals are enrolled into big pharma’s database even if you exempt your child from vaccination.Signed in July of 2009 by Sebelius, the document drew upon the provisions of a law signed in 2006 created for public emergencies.