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Up to 4 US Military Boats Under Quarantine At Sea With Soldiers Dying On Them After Taking Swine Flu Vaccine

Swine Flu 1976 & Propaganda - The Devastation, The Victims Who Took The Shots Back In 1976 - "WARNING" "WARNING"

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Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz Files Legal Affidavit Proving Global "Trust" is Planning Mass Genocide with H1N1 Flu and Vaccine.


Release: No. H1N1-15
Date Mailed: September-15-2009
For Immediate Release
Contact: Rob Potter—949-715-2217 or 310-877-3002

WARNING: Drug Cartel Exposed Creating, Releasing, Injecting, Infecting, and Depopulating Planet with Pandemic H1N1 Swine Flu Viruses and Vaccines

Los Angeles, CA— World leading drug-industry investigators have uncovered stunning documents proving an international drug ring, operating from New York City, is behind the H1N1 swine flu fright and vaccination preparations.

Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz, America’s leading consumer health expert, and Sherri Kane, an investigative journalist, have released shocking proof in legal affidavits that leaders of a private global biotechnology “trust” are behind everything you ever heard about pandemic flu, including its origin and alleged prevention via vaccination. Their documents, being sent through attorneys to the FBI today, evidence powerful industrialists operating a crime ring within “Partnership for New York City” are behind the pandemic’s creation, media persuasions, vaccination preparations, and health official promotions seen everywhere from supermarkets to health clinics.

“David Rockefeller’s trust, that engages several powerful partners on Wall Street, including media moguls Rupert Murdock, Morton Zuckerman, Thomas Glocer, and former Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Jerry Speyer,” are implicated in advancing global genocide,” Dr. Horowitz wrote to FBI directors, through a team of attorneys assembled to stop the swine flu vaccines from being given.

“This ‘partnership’ controls biotechnology research and development globally. Health commerce internationally is also controlled virtually entirely by this trust that exercises near complete control over mainstream media to promote/propagandize its products and services for the drug cartel's organized crime. This trust, in essence, makes or breaks medical and natural healing markets, primarily through the mass media companies and propaganda it wields for social engineering and market building,” Dr. Horowitz wrote.

Among the most stunning revelations from the Horowitz-Kane research are those linking Larry Silverstein of Silverstein Properties, Inc., and the 9-11 terrorist attacks, to the drug cartel’s geopolitical, economic, and population reduction activities. Mr. Silverstein, leaser of the World Trade Center who authorized to have building 7 “pulled,” meaning detonated, is a chief suspect in the “9-11 truth” investigation. Silverstein is currently landlord and co-partner in the biotechnology trust founded by David Rockefeller and implicated by these new discoveries.

“If these people can get away with killing more than 3,000 people in 8 seconds on 9-11, they are completely capable of murdering millions, even billions, of people worldwide this flu season,” Dr. Horowitz commented. “I pray these revelations will save millions of lives and help activists call upon President Barack Obama to demand legitimate inquiries into these genocidal atrocities.”

Given the unprecedented nature and urgency of these findings, Dr. Horowitz has posted his affidavit for public review on FLUscam.com, praying other activist will spread the information in order to prompt governments worldwide to cease mass vaccination preparations to avoid becoming accessories to the crime of genocide.


Note to Journalists: For interviews with investigators Horowitz and Kane, please contact Rob Potter at 949-715-2217, or e-mail: info@healthyworldorganization.org

Obama To Be First President To Chair UN Security Council


Robert Gibbs the Whitehouse press secratary briefs that the president will be the first US president to chair the UN in history and will willfully and knowingly violate the US Constitution. The video date confirming his visit and chairmanship is here and taped on 9-10-09.

(RIGHT SOUP)   Some unprecedented news today, folks. Never in the history of the United Nations has a U.S. President taken the chairmanship of the powerful UN Security Council. Perhaps it is because of what could arguably be a Constitutional prohibition against doing so. To wit: Section 9 of the Constitution says:
No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United States: And no Person holding any Office of Profit or Trust under them, shall, without the Consent of the Congress, accept of any present, Emolument, Office, or Title, of any kind whatever, from any King, Prince, or foreign State.
Nonetheless, the rotating chairmanship of the council goes to the U.S. this month. The normal course of businesswould have U.S. Ambassador to the UN Susan Rice take the gavel. However, this time will be different. Constitution be damned, Barack Hussein Obama has decided to put HIMSELF in the drivers seat, and will preside over global nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament talks slated to begin September 24th. The Financial Times says:
Barack Obama will cement the new co-operative relationship between the US and the United Nations this month when he becomes the first American president to chair its 15-member Security Council.
The topic for the summit-level session of the council on September 24 is nuclear non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament – one of several global challenges that the US now wants to see addressed at a multinational level.
UN officials also hope a climate change debate on September 22 will give fresh impetus to the search for a global climate deal at Copenhagen in December. There are also hopes a possible meeting between Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli prime minister, and Mahmoud Abbas, Palestinian Authority president, that Mr. Obama would host, could lead to a breakthrough about a timetable for Middle East peace.
Here is what the UN Security Council does. Picture Obama as the Chair of this committee with this power.
* to maintain international peace and security in accordance with the principles and purposes of the United Nations;
* to investigate any dispute or situation which might lead to international friction;
* to recommend methods of adjusting such disputes or the terms of settlement;
* to formulate plans for the establishment of a system to regulate armaments;
* to determine the existence of a threat to the peace or act of aggression and to recommend what action should be taken;
* to call on Members to apply economic sanctions and other measures not involving the use of force to prevent or stop aggression;
* to take military action against an aggressor;
* to recommend the admission of new Members;
* to exercise the trusteeship functions of the United Nations in “strategic areas”;
* to recommend to the General Assembly the appointment of the Secretary-General and, together with the Assembly, to elect the Judges of the International Court of Justice.
No American president has ever attempted to acquire the image of King of the Universe by officiating at a meeting of the UN’s highest body. Obama apparently believes that being flanked by council-member heads of state like Col. Moammar Qaddafi — who is expected to be seated five seats to Obama’s right — will cast a sufficiently blinding spell on Americans.
He undoubtedly hopes that the horrid state of the nation’s economy, turmoil over health care, and a summer of racial scapegoating will pale by comparison. This role as UN Security Council chair will allow him to make decisions, influence legislation and resolutions, and set the agenda.
Right Soup will be closely following this very unsettling turn of events. Like I always say, pay attention to what Obama DOES.

Missouri veteran injured by vaccine ineligible for benefit from VA


(DAVID GOLDSTEIN)   It wasn’t a bullet or roadside bomb that felled Lance Cpl. Josef Lopez three years ago, after just nine days in Iraq.
It was an injection into his arm before his Marine Corps unit left the United States.
It left Lopez in a coma, paralyzed and unable for a time to breathe on his own. He can walk now, but with a limp. He has to wear a urine bag, has short-term memory loss and must swallow 15 pills daily to control leg spasms and other ailments.
Yet the Springfield, Mo., man does not qualify for a special GI benefit of up to $100,000 for troops who suffer traumatic injuries.
Seemed “pretty traumatic to me,” Lopez said.
“I could have easily died or not been able to walk because of that. It destroyed my world.”
Lopez suffered a rare reaction to the smallpox vaccine. The vaccine is not mandatory, but the military strongly encourages troops to take it.
Even though his medical problems would not have occurred had he not been deployed, the benefit was denied.
Never mind that qualifying injuries don’t have be the result of combat, that a service member could be eligible because of a car accident on the way to the grocery store.
The hang-up? His injuries were caused by a vaccine.
Just following what is considered to be the intent of Congress, say officials at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The benefit is “for traumatic injury, not disease, not illness, not preventive medicine,” said Stephen Wurtz, deputy assistant director for insurance. “It has nothing to do with not believing these people deserve some compensation for their losses.”
The VA was unable to say how many claims have been rejected because of vaccine-related injuries. Wurtz and others familiar with the program said it wasn’t many.
The Military Vaccine Agency, which oversees the troop vaccinations, did not respond to repeated requests for comment.
Sen. Claire McCaskill, a Missouri Democrat and a member of the Armed Services Committee, has drafted a bill named after Lopez to widen the program to include vaccine-related injuries.
She became aware of his case when he and his mother stopped by her Senate office last year. Lopez had come to Washington to compete in the wheelchair portion of the Marine Corps Marathon.
“The (benefit) program was created with a broad mandate to provide financial assistance to folks with serious injuries and given to VA to determine the outlines,” said Stephen Hedger, McCaskill’s legislative director and an Army veteran of Iraq. “It took a narrower approach and defined in greater detail what injuries and illnesses qualified for payment.
“Our view is it was way too narrow.”
The program is called Traumatic Servicemember Group Life Insurance; TSGLI for short. Congress created it in 2005 — retroactive to Oct. 1, 2001 — to provide short-term financial help to severely injured service members until their disability benefits kick in.
The money comes from a $1 fee each month on top of the regular military life insurance premium.
The compensation is intended to cover expenses such as the costs of having a family member temporarily relocate near a military hospital where a loved one is recovering. Another cost could be retrofitting a service member’s home to accommodate a wheelchair or other medical equipment.
As of July 1, the program had granted nearly 6,700 claims, a 63 percent approval rate, and paid $394 million in compensation, Wurtz said.
Lopez seemed to fit the profile. His injuries affected his normal daily activities, one of the hurdles to clear for coverage.
While Lopez’s health insurance through the military has covered all of his medical expenses and the VA has paid for his medical costs since he was discharged in June, his family has faced financial hardship.
His mother, Barbara Lopez, took a leave from her job as a high school secretary to move to Maryland to be with him during his six weeks at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. But she had to give up a part-time job as a cashier.
They also had to build a ramp and widen a door to accommodate his wheelchair at her home in Springfield, where he spent his recovery.
Barbara Lopez said she heard about TSGLI from families of other injured troops at Bethesda. Unlike theirs, her son’s application was turned down. She still can’t fathom it.
“In his spinal column, he has quite a bit of permanent scarring,” Barbara Lopez said. “He takes medication to help his legs. He can walk unassisted, but never far, and he can’t stand for very long. I kind of feel Joe was out there fighting the same fight they were. He should be just as eligible.”
The military began the smallpox vaccination program in 2003 because of post-Sept. 11, 2001, fears that terrorists might attack the U.S. with germ warfare. Plans for the invasion of Iraq were also under way. The military was concerned that Saddam Hussein might use biological weapons against American troops.
On rare occasions, as in Lopez’s case, the vaccine can be as dangerous as the disease. Side effects can range from a simple rash to swelling around the brain and heart, and even death.
Like the inoculation for anthrax, another pre-combat injection, troops are supposed to be informed of the side effects and told that taking the vaccine is optional. But many have said that it was made abundantly clear that refusing was not a good idea.
“No one said ‘no,’ ” Lopez said. “I had no qualms. I had no reason not to.”
He enlisted in the Marines while still in high school. He said everyone ought to serve the country in some way. He was also looking for adventure and “knew I’d have lots of good stories.”
Lopez became a radio operator with a Marine Reserve unit out of Kansas City. He was sent to the Gulf of Mexico in 2005 to help after Hurricane Katrina. A year later, in September 2006, he was in Iraq.
Even in the short time he was there, he experienced some close calls. But one night, less than two weeks into his tour, he started feeling as if he had the flu. Then he couldn’t sleep. He had trouble with his balance and couldn’t walk. He had to crawl on his hands and knees to the latrine.
Within days, he was taken to hospitals in Iraq and Germany. Doctors placed him in a drug-induced coma. He didn’t wake up until Bethesda.
That was three years ago. Now Lopez has his own place and is a sophomore at Missouri State University in Springfield. He is thinking about graduate school, about teaching.
“Before, I just kind of coasted,” Lopez said. “Now I know I take some things a lot more seriously. I’m more driven to succeed.”
He has had to go back the hospital a few times.
He is angry about what happened.
“It’s like I’m being penalized because I got the vaccine,” Lopez said.

Sprint Gives FEMA GPS Tracking Technology

September 21, 2009

    In a news release, Sprint says it will provide FEMA with 2,000 Nextel handsets in support of FEMA’s nationwide vehicle tracking system. “As part of an agreement signed earlier this year, Sprint is providing handsets equipped with industry-leading Nextel  Direct Connect® and TeleNav Track, a cell phone-based GPS navigation and tracking service. This powerful combination of technologies allows the agency do its job efficiently during an emergency by supporting quick deployment and effective management of its critical resources. The ability to set up anywhere and at any time is crucial for FEMA, especially when the agency is called upon to provide disaster support,” the Sprint news release explains.

    “While Nextel Direct Connect allows instant and seamless communication among FEMA personnel and interoperable communications with first responder and law enforcement agencies, TeleNav Track allows FEMA to monitor in near real-time the location of its mission-critical resources, including ambulances, buses and trucks. With geo-fencing, authorized FEMA personnel can also receive alerts if a tracked unit travels outside or inside a defined geographic boundary. A key enabler of this solution is the rugged Motorola i365 handset with an embedded GPS location system and advanced operating system. The Motorola  operating system includes features which automatically run the TeleNav Track application in the background on power-up, eliminating the need for any user interaction and preventing unauthorized changes to the application.”

    VeriChip Shares Jump After H1N1 Patent License Win

    September 21, 2009

    Sept 21 (Reuters) - Shares of VeriChip Corp (CHIP.O)
    tripled after the company said it had been granted an exclusive
    license to two patents, which will help it to develop
    implantable virus detection systems in humans.
    The patents, held by VeriChip partner Receptors LLC, relate
    to biosensors that can detect the H1N1 and other viruses, and
    biological threats such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus
    aureus, VeriChip said in a statement.
    The technology will combine with VeriChip's implantable
    radio frequency identification devices to develop virus triage
    detection systems.
    The triage system will provide multiple levels of
    identification -- the first will identify the agent as virus or
    non-virus, the second level will classify the virus and alert
    the user to the presence of pandemic threat viruses and the
    third level will identify the precise pathogen, VeriChip said
    in a white paper published May 7, 2009.
    Shares of VeriChip were up 186 percent at $3.28 Monday late
    afternoon trade on Nasdaq. They had touched a year high of
    $3.43 earlier in the session.
     (Reporting by Mansi Dutta in Bangalore; Editing by Mike Miller
    and Anil D'Silva)

    Bosses Forcing Workers to Get Flu Shots

    L.M. SIXEL
    Houston Chronicle
    September 21, 2009

    With some hospitals requiring their workers to have seasonal flu shots and even more considering it, a big question looms: Can employers do that?
    Like many cutting-edge — and complicated — workplace trends, the answer isn't a simple yes or no. With so much in life, it all depends on details like whether the shots are job-related and are indeed a business necessity.
    “I think they can,” said Andrew Golub, an employment lawyer who represents mostly individuals with Dow Golub Remels & Beverly in Houston, referring to health care providers who are telling their employees to roll up their sleeves.
    In Houston, The Methodist Hospital and the Hospital Corporation of America have imposed new mandatory requirements for employee flu shots. However, both allow exemptions for those with medical or religious restrictions.
    While both Methodist and HCA said they considered the legal ramifications before rolling out their programs, there's not much in the way of legal guidance for companies hoping to keep the flu at bay.
    The only case Golub could find involves a hospital that required its union-represented employees to have flu shots. In that case, the court ruled the injections should be part of the collective bargaining process and that the hospital couldn't just impose them on employees. But that's a union setting, said Golub, which isn't as common in Texas as it is in other parts of the nation.
    Health care employers can also argue they have an overriding public health interest — coupled with a legitimate business interest — to require the shots, said Sean M. Becker, an employment lawyer who represents management at Vinson & Elkins. However, he pointed out, hospitals would need to consider exceptions for employees who can't have the shots.
    Public policy is already moving in that direction, he said, pointing to a new rule by New York's State Department of Health requiring most health care workers to get flu shots. And California's Division of Occupational Safety and Health recently issued regulations requiring employers to protect workers from airborne diseases like the flu such as providing respirators and flu shots.
    And, Becker noted, the shots don't seem to violate the federal Americans with Disabilities Act. Employers aren't asking for protected medical information or requiring medical tests like a blood draw, he said.
    It's a preventive measure, he said. It's not a medical exam.
    But to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the answer isn't so definitive. Especially if the employee isn't involved with direct patient contact, said EEOC regional attorney Jim Sacher, who argues it would be harder for an employer to argue it's a matter of public safety for billing clerks to get the shot.
    A company would also have to prove that an employee's refusal to wear a mask or take a shot poses a direct threat, he said. It's a high standard, and typically isn't hypothetical but serious, very likely to occur and have serious consequences.
    Then there's the question of whether a flu shot is truly voluntary, he said. A company would be hard-pressed to prove it's voluntary if the employee who refuses the shot faces disciplinary action.
    But at this point it's hard to say how the agency or judges will view mandatory shots because it's so new, said Sacher, adding that he isn't aware of any complaints to the EEOC.
    That brings up another issue: What if employers that aren't in health care — say, a department store chain — decide to require flu shots, figuring that it's cheaper than paying sick employees to stay home?
    It's reasonable, said Mary Jean Geroulo, a lawyer who represents hospitals, physicians and other health care providers with Stewart Stimmel in Dallas.
    But would it survive a legal challenge?
    “I don't know,” said Geroulo, a former hospital administrator. Employers have a right to create policies like dress codes, but they wouldn't have as powerful a justification for mandatory flu shots as a hospital.