Re: Gulf War Syndrome poisoning by THIMEROSAL in VACCINES
Posted by Dr.Pondthegrass on 10/24/04
On 5/28/04, Tom Young wrote:
The MYSTERY of Gulf War Syndrome was solved LONG ago!
Gulf war Syndrome ain't caused as alleged by radioactive
plutonium, toxic smoke, Iraquis weaponry of mass
dIstruction, or mycoplasma, a theory pushed by now
famous Dr. Garth Nicolson!
Gulf War Illness was solely caused by toxic THIMEROSAL
(ethyl mercury), a preservative used by pharmaceutical
companies to preserve multivial vaccines from contamination.
Pentagon, White House was informed that Gulf war Illness
was caused by mercury (ethyl mercury known as
Service men received 19 vaccines manufactured by Abbott
Laboratories, American Home Products, Wyeth, Aventis Pasteur,
Bayer Corporation, Bioport Corporation, Glaxosmithkline, King
Pharmaceuticals, Medeva Pharmaceuticals, Merck & Co., Sigma-
Aldrich Crop, Spectrum Chemical Manufacturing Corp. and Stat
Pharmaceuticals. with highly toxic poisonous mercury!
A highly toxic mercury dose which disabled so many with
Parkinson's, and other well known and identified evidnce of
severe mercury poisoning!
Once pharmaceutical compamies learned that the ECPERTS
found the truth they seek the help from congressional
shyster who introduced the BILL to limit the liability
for the injury from vaccines to $ 250,000!
Thimerosal exists in the vaccine only to increase profit
margins by, among other things, allowing the drug companies
to sell vaccines in multi-dose vials, rather than single dose
SUMMARY OF LIABILITY PROVISIONS OFTHE HOMELAND SECURITY BILL
Minority Staff Committee on Government Reform
U.S. House of Representatives
Buried in the homeland security bill (H.R. 5710) are numerous
special-interest provisions that limit the liability of drug
companies, airline carriers, airline security companies, and
This fact sheet summarizes these provisions.
IV. LIABILITY PROVISIONS RELATED TO THIMEROSAL
Sections 714–716 of the bill include new provisions that
would change the current childhood vaccine injury
compensation program in a way that benefits Eli Lilly and
other manufacturers of a vaccine preservative called
4Under current law, families seeking compensation for vaccine-
related injuries must gothrough an administrative
compensation program funded by an excise tax on vaccines.
Toreceive compensation under this system, families only have
to prove that the vaccine caused theinjury; they do not have
to prove negligence by the manufacturer or other fault. Only
if thefamily is dissatisfied with the outcome of this
government-run compensation program is thefamily allowed to
bring a legal action in state court for compensation. Because
theadministrative compensation program has worked well, very
few families ever take this step.Recently, some families that
believe that a mercury-based preservative called
thimerosalhas injured their children have sought to short-
circuit the vaccine injury compensation program. They have
gone directly to state court, bypassing the government-run
compensation program, byarguing that thimerosal is
a “contaminant” in vaccines.
The defendants in these cases include thethimerosal
manufacturers such as Eli Lilly. Sections 714–716 would block
these thimerosal cases from proceeding. Under these
provisions, the families seeking compensation for thimerosal-
related injuries would be required to go through the vaccine
injury compensation program like other families seeking
compensationfor vaccine-related injuries.
The provisions accomplish this result by clarifying that
thedefinition of “vaccine” includes FDA-approved
preservatives like thimerosal and that the definition
of “vaccine manufacturer” includes companies like Eli Lilly
that manufacture the preservatives. The litigation on
thimerosal rests upon an uncertain scientific foundation. The
Institute of Medicine reviewed all available evidence in
2001 and found no evidence of harm from thimerosal.
Subsequent controlled studies have found no significant
problems, and additionalstudies are underway. Moreover, as a
matter of policy, the change in the law made by sections714–
716 has been recommended by the independent HHS advisory
committee that oversees the vaccine injury compensation
program. Nonetheless, the homeland security bill is not the
appropriate vehicle to make this change to the vaccine
injury compensation program on behalf of one interest group.
The provisions inthe bill do not address concerns about the
program that have been raised by families; nor do they
address many of the other concerns raised by the advisory
committee that oversees the program. Revisions to the vaccine
injury compensation program should address all legitimate
concerns, not just those of Eli Lilly and other
manufacturers of thimerosal.
135813-82519.pdf.">Homeland security Bill
on The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program
">Leonard G. Horowitz, D.M.D, M.A., M.P.H. President,
Tetrahedron, Inc., Legislative Committee Chairperson,
National Health Federation Director, National Health
Education and Political Action Initiative
vaccine injury Court was set up by the pharmaceutical
industry and the U.S. Government in order to limit the
liability for vaccine manufactures, who intentionally added
Thimerosal (a toxic mercury compound ) to children’s vaccines
in order to increase profits by way of reducing packaging
National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program Improvement Act
ialLawyers21.htm">Trial lawyers, special interests and
Frist vaccine bill S. 2053 & House version HR. 5282
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