By Elissa Meininger – historian and health policy analyst
Folks, understand this…..the Anti-Vax Movement is now at ground zero in the global fight for preserving our individual sovereignty as human beings. For the first time, the true colors of Big Pharma and their partners, the Marxists, have been revealed. This past week, all was laid bare by Del Bigtree in his TV show called High Wire. The episode called “Calipharma” is a must watch. It is available for viewing here:
This episode covers the key elements of what we are up against.
The California legislature has just passed an even more draconian law to force all parents to vaccinate their kids without any way out. Standing in the wings is legislation to force all adults to be fully vaccinated or they will not be able to get drivers licenses or conduct business of any kind where you are required to show an ID.
On Del’s show, you will see highlights of the demonstrations of ordinary people trying a last ditch effort to stop the bill. You will also see an extended interview with a mother whose child died from a vaccine and how the Minnesota public health department is trying to intimidate her and refuses to provide autopsy evidence so she can go to Vaccine Court to make a claim.
Del has a lengthy interview with Jefferey Jaxen of the Jaxen Report going over the key details regarding all the lawsuits being brought against Opioid drug manufacturers. Dozens of states attorneys general are suing and forcing huge settlements and/or bankruptcies for lying about the safety of these drugs. Purdue Pharma, a family held company, is declaring bankruptcy and the Sackler family who control Purdue are also being sued. You can google for major stories covered by mainstream press for even more details. Reuters and The Washington Post are just two.
Del also included the press briefing on the game changing lawsuit the Oklahoma Attorney General, Mike Hunter, has just won against the Johnson & Johnson drug company, the kingpin source of Opioid ingredients for drug makers selling Opioid drugs.
While the great wall of silence about the dangers of vaccines still exists in the public square, it too, may fall soon.
Del included a short out-take of a public meeting called by Oklahoma legislators to force a public discussion about the safety of vaccines. You’ll see Del confronting health department officials with the lies they have been telling to promote vaccine mandates. Yes, I said, public discussion with Del speaking truth!!!!! AT THE OK CAPITOL! In front of God and everybody!
Just so you know, Oklahoma is unique in this country due to our state constitution.
People here have much more power than in other states. In 1920, this situation provided ordinary Oklahoma citizens an opportunity to reject an attempt by Big Pharma, through its drug-promoting medical trade group, the American Medical Association, to create a monopoly like they have in all other states.
The politics of this referendum started with the first legislature in 1908 and through various political twists and turns over the years, anti-monopoly forces never gave up. It took 12 years to win the fight. By statewide referendum, the people of Oklahoma voted, by over 46,000 votes, to reject Big Pharma. The essence of the argument was and still is as follows:
Said bill is the natural progeny of a gigantic “trust” that by fastening its tentacles, octopus-like, upon the very vitals of society, dominates the religious life and the policies of the country, largely, and without whose kindly (?) office and ministrations none DARE to be born, hope to live or presume to die. Under this bill, if it becomes law, the people of Oklahoma cannot live, move nor have any sort of being, without the control, absolute domination, of the “Allopath Medical Trust.”
Since then, Chiropractors and all other Drugless Practitioners as they were called back then, have been freed from the grip of Big Pharma and its trade group, the AMA. We Okies are blessed with open access to all the drugless healing modalities anybody could possibly want, including Indian Medicine Men some of whom have offices on main street for people of all cultures to consult.