posted on Aug, 27 2009 @ 01:10 PM
Forced vaccination would indeed be a bit over the top. One has to wonder the true motivations behind it. Is it really intended to kill off a vast
majority of the population or is it clever marketing by pharma companies who will inevitably make major dough in the exchange. If they do force
immunizations I believe we still have hope left. I've been conducting an extremely unorganized and minor study, but one dealing with this same
question at Virginia Commonwealth University and around the Richmond metro area. I am gathering my findings for use in an Anthropological discussion.
The more people I ask the more responses I get that are along the lines of "no, I will not get it even if its forced". At last check 70% had
responded in this manner, or one similar. At last count I have polled over 2000 people from all walks of life and ages. Even law enforcement officers,
who's names I do not record have told me as bluntly as possible that if the public responds in an overwhelmingly negative way to forced vaccinations
that they, personally, would never arrest, fine or harass those individuals in any way. I believe that the pawns or tools of the government, I.E. its
law enforcement and military personnel would respond in the same manner. Remember, these are our brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, etc. that are
generally paid well under $50,000 a year. WHO do you think their allegiance is truly with, us or the collection of tards up in D.C.?