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November 1997. Congress pretended to protect military servicemen and women from forced submission to biological and chemical weapons experiments. But really just transferred the program to FDA.
Listening today to Truth4Health podcast interview of US Army Lt. Mark Bashaw, and attorneys David Willson and Dawn Uballe, regarding Lt. Bashaw’s court-martial prosecution for raising questions about the adverse effects and deaths caused by the DOD-mandated products marketed by the US government as Covid-19 vaccinations, as documented in VAERS.
The interviewer, Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet, Lt. Bashaw and the two attorneys discussed their sense that what the military is doing is illegal, as violations of the informed consent rights of human beings who serve in the US military.
As I’ve written previously, I think US Congress members, presidents and Health and Human Services secretaries have passed laws and regulations, mostly since 1983, to give themselves on-paper legal authority to commit crimes including fraud, medical battery and homicide, and to violate Constitutional rights with impunity, even though those acts are war crimes and crimes against humanity under natural law and divine law ordained by God.
While listening to the podcast, I looked up my index card notes on the 1997 National Defense Authorization Act, through which Congress responded to public outrage about injuries and deaths caused by mandated anthrax vaccinations of military servicemembers, a subject also addressed by federal courts in Doe v. Rumsfeld, 341 F. Supp. 2d 1 (D.D.C. 2004).
On Nov. 18, 1997, in Section 1078 of the NDAA (PL 105-85), Congress repealed and replaced a 1977 law that had given Congressional blessing to DOD experimentation on humans so long as DOD reported on the experiments to Congress (PL 95-79).
On Nov. 21, 1997 — three days later — Congress added the original Emergency Use Authorization section to the Federal Food Drug and Cosmetics Act (PL 105-115).
In other words, Congress did the opposite of protecting Americans’ right to refuse to submit to chemical and biological experimentation.
Congress expanded the program while transferring it from the Department of Defense, operating under 50 USC Chapter 32 — Chemical and Biological Warfare Program, to the Department of Health and Human Services Food and Drug Administration, operating under 21 USC Chapter 9, Subchapter V — Drugs and Devices.
I’ve updated the American Domestic Bioterrorism Program post to add this information.
1997 National Defense Authorization Act for FY98 - PL 105-85, 111 Stat. 1915 (450 pages). Section 1078, “Restrictions on the use of human subjects for testing of chemical or biological agents,” repealed and replaced a 1977 section of 50 USC Chapter 32, the Chemical and Biological Warfare Program. The 1977 provision (50 USC 1520) had added a requirement that DOD report to Congress about DOD human experimentation programs. In 1997, Congress replaced 1520 with 1520a, purportedly to prohibit DOD conducting experiments on soldiers without the individual soldiers informed consent. It was passed by Congress in response to public outrage over injuries and deaths caused by mandated anthrax injections of soldiers during and after the 1991 Gulf War. However, the authority for federal government experimentation on non-consenting human beings continued; Congress simply transferred the program to the Food Drug and Cosmetics Act, 21 USC 360bbb (see below, passed three days after the NDAA) under declared emergency situations (Emergency Use Authorizations/EUA).
1997 Food and Drug Administration Modernization Act - PL 105-115, 11 Stat. 2296. (86 pages). Added new section to Federal Food Drug and Cosmetics Act (21 USC 9) to expand access to investigational drugs and devices during emergency situations (21 USC 360bbb). This was the beginning of the Emergency Use Authorization framework that culminated in the federal government’s psychological, social and economic coercion program aimed at universal injection of all American citizens with products marketed as Covid-19 vaccines, operational from mid-2020 to the present.
2016 21st Century Cures Act (Cures Act 1.0) - PL 114-255, 130 Stat. 1033 (312 pages). Updated and expanded Public Health Service Act, 42 USC 201, “to accelerate the discovery, development, and delivery of 21st century cures.” Provided (Section 3022, 130 Stat. 1097) for ‘real world evidence’ instead of clinical trials as grounds for FDA authorizing general use of experimental products, transforming Americans into human subjects and our communities into unmonitored, unregulated experimental test sites. Provided (Section 3023 and 3024, 130 Stat. 1098) broad authority for HHS Secretary to waive or alter human subject protections and informed consent requirements, by transferring each individual human subject’s risk-benefit assessment authority to the HHS Secretary, who can preemptively decide, for all subjects collectively, without knowledge of individual health conditions or conscientious beliefs, and without the subjects’ knowledge or consent, that risk is ‘minimal.’