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Opportunities for US state lawmakers to shield their populations from the next 'public health emergency'-predicated federal assaults.
Reply to an email about growing state interest in defending state populations against the federal government’s public health emergency-predicated, armed biochemical invasions.
Attaching a few key documents:
Dec. 21, 2001 - Model State Emergency Health Powers Act (draft template by Center for Law and the Public’s Health at Georgetown and Johns Hopkins Universities, for the CDC, to assist National Governors Association, National Conference of State Legislatures, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, and National Association of County and City Health Officials
Aug. 15, 2007 - Turning Point Model State Public Health Act State Legislative Update Table (report by Center for Law and the Public’s Health at Georgetown and Johns Hopkins Universities)
In 2001, Lawrence Gostin, James Hodge and other public health lawyers developed a Model State Emergency Health Powers Act template.
The template laid out, in several sections, how public health law lobbyists should use the fear momentum from 9/11 and the anthrax attacks to drive state laws into state codes that would concentrate unreviewable emergency management power to control people and property, into the state health officials' and law enforcement hands during declared “public health emergencies,” identical to the mechanisms also put in place at the national and international levels.
Most state lawmakers and populations did not understand that these laws would be used to override and suspend constitutional and criminal law during outbreaks of common communicable diseases (such as colds and flus).
However, colds and flus were brought into the list of communicable diseases authorizing centralized government response through three Presidential Executive orders signed in 2003 (symptomatic SARS), 2005 (symptomatic influenza) and 2014 (asyptomatic SARS).
If you only have time to read a few pages of the 2001 MSEHPA template, read the outline from pages 2 to 5, because it lays out the sections that the enslavers and murderers sought to have the state legislators put into their state laws.
At the same time, the public health law groups (centered at Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, Robert Wood Johnson and a few other institutions) ramped up their lobbying efforts in each state capital.
Over the next few years, most states passed at least a few of the provisions, and some states passed most or all of them.
For example, in 2002, Florida and South Carolina lawmakers passed most of the provisions, codified at FSA 381.00315 and FSA 768.13 for Florida, and SCA 44-4-100 et seq (“Emergency Health Powers Act”) for South Carolina.
By 2012, the public health law lobbyists had prepared several reports tracking the progress of the campaign.
The column headers for the table in the June 2012 report correspond to sections of the 2001 MSEHPA regarding definition of PHE; reporting requirements; how to declare a PHE at the state level; how to orchestrate suspension of other laws during PHEs; how to authorize state health and law enforcement officials' access to and control of people through isolation and quarantine; access to and control of facilities, property and health care supplies; forced treatments (including vaccinations); licensing of health care workers; and civil immunity under tort law for "Good Samaritans," defined as state or private actors providing health care services during emergencies.
This civil immunity can now be understood — through the Covid-19 lens 2020-present — as simply a license to kill, whether or not individual health care workers understand that the products they’re using are biochemical weapons and the acts they’re committing are assault, sterilization, torture and homicide.
The row titles list the US states in alphabetical order by two-letter abbreviation, and the table cells contain the citations for the laws adopted in each state as of June 2012.
The laws were generally put into four sections of state law: public health/health and human welfare sections; military, militia and emergency management sections; governor/executive authority sections; and civil tort sections.
Some of the citations may have been renumbered since 2012, but I checked many of them last night and most are still numbered as they were in 2012.
The public health lawyers also maintain "policy surveillance" databases that people in each state can use to get a sense of what's happened in the last couple of years.
The first priority, for any state lawmakers who understand what's truly happening (as contrasted with the false story presented by federal officials), is to introduce bills to repeal the public health emergency laws that their own legislatures adopted over the past few decades.
These bills can be very simply written, titled "An Act to Repeal [insert citation]..." with a "Findings" section that lays out what state lawmakers and people have learned in the last four years about federal falsification of data — especially cause of death coding fraud and diagnostic testing fraud — for the purpose of characterizing common communicable diseases (colds, flus, etc.) as "public health emergencies" justifying concentration of power and direct government control of persons and property to enable theft, sterilization, injury and homicide without constitutional, civil or criminal law interfering with the programs.
Bailiwick reporting and analysis of state and local medical martial law and preemption:
Nov. 3, 2022 - Is bodily trespass under medical pretexts constitutional?
Nov. 4, 2022 - Forced internment on communicable disease and public health emergency pretexts. New York is the outlier in not already having pseudo-laws pseudo-authorizing death camps. By 2021, 48 state governments had already put them in place.
Feb. 21, 2023 - Reconstitution starter pack. Supporting materials for people fighting on the litigation and legal reform battlefields. [See No. 7 on list of 11 responses I think are useful.]
March 7, 2023 - How the biowarfare ‘public health’ sausage gets made at the state and local level [second section of post]
April 19, 2023 - Deepen the backlash against public health. A rebuttal/reworking of an editorial by Lawrence O. Gostin and Sarah Wetter, published March 30, 2023 by Science journal.
Oct. 18, 2023 - There is never going to be another "deadly global pandemic." There have not been any in the past. The Monster has only devised means to produce the illusion of deadly global pandemics. And that's all he will ever be able to do.