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Goverment breaking anti-trust and fair practice law?

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posted on Oct, 27 2004 @ 10:47 PM
I was just watching an ad where in Rep. Brad Carson of Oklahoma was one of the people who aided the Goverment violate the law, he helped a vote pass where in the Goverment caused a monopoly of industry which is an anti-trust law violation. Rep. Carson voted yes on closing 7 or 8 medical medication facilities who made Flu vaccines. The remaining one now has a monopoly on the market in the US home based production and sales of flu vaccine. As if breaking and anti-trust laws weren't enough the Goverment has no flu stockpiles and production is expected not to catch up for up 6 months..... well after winter is over. So I say that they not only broke anti-trust laws , but in effect under strick letter of the law have shown a civil gross negligence violation and possibly criminal gross negligence.

For statement supporting the violations look below.

Maintaining or Creating a Monopoly (copied from anti-trust laws on Federal Trade Commisions Website....

While it is not illegal to have a monopoly position in a market, the antitrust laws make it unlawful to maintain or attempt to create a monopoly through tactics that either unreasonably exclude firms from the market or significantly impair their ability to compete. A single firm may commit a violation through its unilateral actions, or a violation may result if a group of firms work together to monopolize a market.

The violation above shows that preventing 7 of 8 companies to product or participate in the producing of flu vaccine is a violation of law.

Link to longer part on how to keep market free and fair.

WTC Site keeping markets competative how to resolve issues


One definition of gross negligence

Defining "Willful And/Or Wanton Misconduct".
In Jennings v. Southwood, the Supreme Court was also asked to interpret the term "wilful misconduct". The Court noted in passing that "it is unfortunate that the judiciary and the Legislature have used the phrase 'wilful and wanton misconduct,' as opposed to 'wilful or wanton misconduct.'"(6) but concluded that the phrases "wilful misconduct" and "wilful and wanton misconduct" possess distinct meanings.(7) The term "wilful" requires a finding of actual intent to harm, the Court concluded, while the term "wanton" is an intent inferred from reckless conduct.(8)

[edit on 27/10/2004 by drbryankkruta]

[edit on 27/10/2004 by drbryankkruta]

posted on Oct, 28 2004 @ 01:24 AM
Update to further the anti-trust accusation this just announced

Fines being levied towards people give flu vaccine to anyone not elderly,ill,weak in imune system or other serious heath problems.

This sets the market at a restricted access and production and administration point directly in violation of my quoted anti trust violations.

Way to go good old USA corner the market then refuse access keep going maybe you can fine a way to make murder legal .....and no Im not talking murder in war type states but in peaceful care of your people. Murder under the Constitution and Laws of the US or atleast manslaughter.

posted on Oct, 28 2004 @ 01:31 AM
Yeee haaa! More coporate consolidation, that's what we need!

Our media, our legislature, our medical and food industry, all of them have become victims of this trend and it has put all the wealth and power in this country straight into the hands of a wealthy few. It's a power grab, there's alot more to the words Industrial REVOLUTION than we think there is. The soverignty of the american people has been compromised. I think the reason they want consolidation of the Vaccination companies is that it is much easier to keep a lid on secrets from a few companies than from hundreds. Watch for a deadly "new' flu strain soon, I hate to sound paranoid but Uncle Sam has used us for experimentation before, it is folly to think they aren't now. Thank god for the FIOA or we still wouldn't know about any of it.

posted on Oct, 29 2004 @ 06:31 PM
And whats so bad is the US has to suffer, and now they are being lied to by propaganda in this issue. They are trying to make the issue of monopoly disappear by providing 100,000 measlie doeses to Oklahoma Next week.

Oklahoma City is just saying they are lucky that some got here. They dont look at the fact they are victim of a monopoly or their health is at risk.

Leave it to the government to convince people to say thank you for f**king
me over.

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