This article has a lot more to it than what I can post on here. I found it interesting and enough to think about concerning vaccines and the industry.
Q: If vaccines actually do harm, why are they given?
A: First of all, there is no “if.” They do harm. It becomes a more difficult question to decide whether they do harm in those people who seem to show no harm. Then you are dealing with the kind of research which should be done, but isn’t. Researchers should be probing to discover a kind of map, or flow chart, which shows exactly what vaccines do in the body from the moment they enter.
This research has not been done. As to why they are given, we could sit here for two days and discuss all the reasons. As you’ve said many times, at different layers of the system people have their motives. Money, fear of losing a job, the desire to win brownie points, prestige, awards, promotion, misguided idealism, unthinking habit, and so on. But, at the highest levels of the medical cartel, vaccines are a top priority because they cause a weakening of the immune system. I know that may be hard to accept, but it’s true. The medical cartel, at the highest level, is not out to help people, it is out to harm them, to weaken them. To kill them. At one point in my career, I had a long conversation with a man who occupied a high government position in an African nation. He told me that he was well aware of this. He told me that WHO is a front for these depopulation interests. There is an underground, shall we say, in Africa, made up of various officials who are earnestly trying to change the lot of the poor.
This network of people knows what is going on. They know that vaccines have been used, and are being used, to destroy their countries, to make them ripe for takeover by globalist powers. I have had the opportunity to speak with several of these people from this network.
full article: http://www.rense.com/general94/gmodna.htm
Some workers at Traverse City hospital up in arms over flu shot mandate; firings possible
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — A major northern Michigan health care group has issued an ultimatum for employees: Get a flu shot by Dec. 31 or get fired. Munson Healthcare, which includes its flagship Munson Medical Center in Traverse City, says individual rights must be sacrificed for the welfare of patients whose health could be threatened if exposed to flu. Medical Center chief operating officer Kathleen McManus tells the Traverse City Record-Eagle (http://bit.ly/rdKbd6 ) that officials decided to make it mandatory because voluntary compliance has never topped 65 percent. "The people we serve here are very sick," McManus said. "And I will not put a patient at risk." But some employees are up in arms over baring an arm. About 50 turned out for a recent meeting of Michigan Opposing Mandatory Vaccines, a Detroit-area group that promotes vaccine choice. Employees also circulated petitions and hope to get the community behind them. "I have a really hard time believing I'm going to be forced to do something against my will," said nursing administrator Dianne Lopez-Wild, who works in an office. "It's like something out of a sci-fi movie. It's bizarre to me. It seems so unreal." Lopez-Wild said it's a "civil rights issue." There are limited exemptions to the vaccine mandate, such as allergies or faith-based objections. But a religious exemption requires a letter from a pastor. Munson has seven hospitals and provides services to people from 24 counties. "I'd be willing to wear a mask rather than get a vaccination," said Roberta Mesko, a Munson nurse. "I just think we need to be able to choose to make educated decisions about what is injected into our bodies." McManus expects some workers will quit. "I will let them fire me," said Cathy Sanborn, a nurse with 35 years of experience. "I think, personally, I have to take a stand and draw the line somewhere. It's against my rights." The Record-Eagle says Munson is not alone. The newspaper says hospitals in Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Petoskey, Royal Oak and Ann Arbor have similar vaccine policies.
Hope others follow Roberta Mesko and Cathy Sanborn's example.