Repost - Pharmaco-military genocide, enabling laws Congress should repeal and courts should nullify.
Originally posted Aug. 11, 2022
Jan. 19, 2023 Note:
In August, I posted a list of the worst public health emergency-predicated stand-alone acts, and larger consolidated acts (such as NDAAs) into which “public health” amendments and expansions have been folded, enacted since 1983.
August list is reposted below.
Those unconstitutional laws constructed the public health-police state kill box in which so many millions of people have been trapped, sickened and killed.
They’re also listed, along with many others, in the footnotes of Legal History of American Domestic Bioterrorism Program (14-page executive summary of pinned post).
The three main DOD-HHS mass murder programs that need to be repealed, stripped of funding, and judicially nullified, along with their tentacles in other chapters, subchapters, parts and sections, are:
50 USC Ch. 32, Chemical and Biological Warfare Program, falsely portrayed by DoD in official reports and by DoD scribes in the propagandist media as “defensive”
42 USC Ch. 6A, Subchapter 2, Part B, Federal-State Cooperation, including 42 USC 247d, Public Health Emergencies Program
21 USC Ch. 9, Subchapter V, Part E, General Provisions Relating to Drugs and Devices, including 21 USC 360bbb, Expanded access to unapproved therapies and diagnostics.
I estimate there have been at least 60 relevant Congressional acts passed as stand-alones or buried in ‘defense’ and appropriations bills between 1969 and the present, including the most recent: the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act and 2023 Consolidated Appropriations Act, as reported by The Sharp Edge at Corey’s Digs, Jan. 13, 2022 - Funding the Control Grid Part 1: The Biomedical Framework.
Congressional repeal of the three laws listed above would go a long way toward eliminating the HHS Secretary’s unilateral, unreviewable biowarfare powers, starving the planned expansion of the biowarfare program of federal funding, and tearing down the immunity shields protecting DoD and HHS personnel and pharmaceutical-bioweapons dealers from accountability for the crimes.
Now that I understand the kill box construction better, there are several more laws that should be repealed by Congress and/or nullified by federal and state courts, because their invocation under the Covid-19 pretext created redundancy around the state of emergency or state of war, through which the totalitarian state has tightened its grip.
Those laws include:
50 USC Ch. 33, War Powers Resolution or War Powers Act. Passed by Congress in 1973 and, through the Sept. 18, 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF), also passed by Congress, construed as putting the United States in a permanent state of war (Global War on Terror, including bioterror) against every country in the world, with no limitations in time or geographically, with every individual man, woman and child presumptively classified as a threat, combatant and enemy target.
50 USC Ch. 34, National Emergencies Act. Passed by Congress in 1976 and cited in George W. Bush’s Sept. 14, 2001 Proclamation 7463, Declaration of National Emergency by Reason of Certain Terrorist Attacks and renewed every year since, and in Donald Trump’s March 13, 2020 Proclamation 9994, Declaring a National Emergency Concerning the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID–19) Outbreak, renewed every year since.
42 USC Ch. 68, Disaster Relief Act, also known as the Stafford Act. Passed in 1988, cited by Donald Trump in his March 13, 2020 Stafford Act declaration and renewed every year since.
These three laws supply the pretextual basis for designating all people as presumptive terrorists, insurrectionists, combatants or pre-communicable, asymptomatic, deadly disease-carriers, such that killing us can be construed as legal and in the interests of national security, for so long as Congress and courts fail to repeal or nullify them.
Repealing or nullifying these laws would remove the statutory foundation for Presidential proclamations, declarations and executive orders derived from alleged “emergency powers” transferred during war or national emergency from the People, Congress, and the courts, to the President, Health and Human Services Secretary, Secretary of Defense and other Cabinet officials and those to whom they delegate executive power.
To recap, a good Omnibus Chemical and Biological Warfare Program Repeal Act of 2023 (OCBWPRA) would repeal:
50 USC Ch. 33, War Powers Resolution or War Powers Act
50 USC Ch. 34, National Emergencies Act
42 USC Ch. 68, Disaster Relief Act
50 USC Ch. 32, Chemical and Biological Warfare Program
42 USC Ch. 6A, Subchapter 2, Part B, Section 247d, Public Health Emergencies Program
21 USC Ch. 9, Subchapter V, Part E, Section 360bbb, Expanded access to unapproved therapies and diagnostics.
I’m trying to think through which of the many enabling statutes passed by Congress since 1983 (the introduction of the Public Health Emergency framework) are the worst, and therefore highest priority for matching the statutes to the treasonous sponsors and ‘Aye’ voters, and also highest priority for repeal during the process of returning our Constitution-in-exile back home to America.
A chronological list of the statutes passed by Congress between 1983 and this year, that I’m currently aware of, is at the footnote below.
I find new ones daily.
Worst 22, in my current opinion, also listed chronologically:
1983 Public Health Service Act Amendment - PL 98-49
1986 State Comprehensive Mental Health Services Plan Act - PL 99-660 (National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act)
1997 National Defense Authorization Act for FY98 - PL 105-85
1997 Food and Drug Administration Modernization Act - PL 105-115
1998 Omnibus Consolidated and Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for FY1999 - PL 105-277 (Strategic National Stockpile = bioweapons mislabelled as vaccines)
2000 Public Health Improvement Act - PL 106-505
2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force - PL 107–40
2002 Homeland Security Act - PL 107-296
2003 National Defense Authorization Act - PL 108-136
2004 Project Bioshield Act - PL 108-276
2006 Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Act. PL 109-417
2016 National Defense Authorization Act. PL 114-92
2016 21st Century Cures Act (Cures Act 1.0) - PL 114-255
2017 National Defense Authorization Act - PL114-328
2017 FDA Reauthorization Act - PL 115-52
2018 National Defense Authorization Act - PL 115-91