posted on Nov, 26 2011 @ 10:27 AM
The WHO comes out with this stuff on a regular basis. They are always warning us about diseases long before they should be considered a public
threat. How spectacular was that swine flu fiasco, eh? Announcing it as a pandemic when only two people have contracted it is kind of jumping the
gun, don't you think? There is a real concern that they could easily be behind a real epidemic at some point because when TSHTF, who's gonna have
the power in their grubby little mitts? Yes indeed, the World Health Organization. They can take over any country's health administration and any
other internal force (police, for example) the choose to implement their vaccination/medication/immunization/RFID implantation programs by force.
Health care, like anything else, should not be forced on the people. We really have to be allowed to make our own decisions about our own lives and
have that respected by our community. Throughout history, humans have managed one way or another with lesser or greater success. What we choose for
our lives has to be left in our hands. Things can be *offered*, but not mandated and certainly not implemented by force.