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JAMES ROBERT DEAL ATTORNEY PLLC
4130 166th Place SW, Lynnwood, Washington  98037

Telephone 425771-1110, Fax 425776-8081

James@JamesDeal.com

 

October 14, 2016

 

Division of Global Migration and Quarantine – CDC

Attention: Quarantine NPRM.

1600 Clifton Road NE., MS E-03

Atlanta, GA 30329

Sent by US Mail with tracking

 

Posted at:

https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2016/08/15/2016-18103/control-of-communicable-diseases#open-comment

 

Also sent to Washington senators and representatives

 

Dear CDC,

 

I am writing to object to Proposed Rule Summary CDC Docket No. CDC-2016-0068, which CDC has proposed. See: https://www.cdc.gov/quarantine/qa-notice-proposed-rulemaking-control-communicable-diseases.html.

 

Go to this URL for my complete comments and to follow links with ease: https://jamesrobertdeal.org/arrest-and-vaccinate.

 

Under the new rule, 

 

CDC’s authority to apprehend, detain, isolate, or quarantine is limited to people who are or may be infected with a quarantinable communicable disease as defined by Executive Order of the President.

 

Section 70.40 says:

 

CDC may enter into an agreement with an individual, upon such terms as the CDC considers to be reasonably necessary, indicating that the individual consents to any of the public health measures authorized under this part, including quarantine, isolation, conditional release, medical examination, hospitalization, vaccination, and treatment; provided that the individual’s consent shall not be considered as a prerequisite to any exercise of any authority under this part.

 

The rule allows the person to be quarantined for three days without legal process. The person quarantined may consult with a medical representative, not an attorney. To be released you would have to agree to be vaccinated.

Most of the proposed rule deals with vaccination. However, it turns out that our vaccination program is designed to make profit for Big Pharma in complete disregard as to whether vaccines are effective, whether they are unsafe, and whether they are necessary. They fail on all counts. The rest of my comment will deal with the fraudulent nature of the CDC vaccination program.

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I learned in law school to break every legal question down into its component parts and analyze each part separately. Applying this method to vaccines means evaluating each one individually, not as a group. Each vaccine should be considered separately.

It is incorrect to overgeneralize, both in medicine and in law. The assertion that vaccines are safe and effective includes the assertion that all vaccines are safe and effective for all and thus is an overgeneralization.

Examination of each vaccine should be multifactorial and step-by-step. Each vaccine, prior to use, it should be required that the vaccine is proven to be

1) safe,

2) effective,

3  not “leaky” – where a vaccine suppresses symptoms but where the person vaccinated sheds viruses and is contagious,

4) necessary, and

5) legal.

Please go to https://jamesrobertdeal.org/attorneys-viewpoint-vaccinations/ for a discussion of how these requirements are applied to various vaccines.

 

There are vaccines which meet all these requirements, but none of them are on the CDC list of recommended vaccines. I am referring to the homeopathic vaccines. They really do work. They contain no toxic ingredients and are perfectly safe. They do not spread the disease they protecting against. They have been proven by the Cubans and others to be very helpful in dealing with diseases such as dengue, chikungunya, cholera, and diphtheria. This is the type of vaccine which the CDC should be studying and encouraging with research funding.

 

Homeoprophylaxis was developed by homeopathic physicians. We do not hear much about homeopathy because the orthodox medical profession has for the most part regarded it as quackery. Medical doctors to not understand how homeopathy might work and therefore close their mind to the very possibility that it might work.

 

However, attitudes are beginning to change. Orthodox medicine has accepted massage therapy, acupuncture, chiropractic, and naturopathic medicine. It may accept Chinese and Ayurveda medicine and someday homeopathy. Each has something to offer and should be studied.

 

I am not sure that anyone knows how homeopathy works. Conventional medicine excels at dealing with injuries, organ replacement, and surgeries, for example. Homeopathy excels at strengthening the body’s defenses and thus to the prevention of disease and the reduction of the adverse effects of the disease. It is good at teaching the body how to respond to disease. The proof is in the double-blind studies. Homeoprophylaxis has been proven effective. At the same time homeoprophylaxis is safe and causes no adverse reactions.

 

Its first success came in 1799. It was effective against scarlet fever. In 1902 it was proven to be effective against smallpox. During the great Influenza Epidemic of 1918-1920 homeopathic vaccines were effective in prevented flu infection. Cubans have had great success with homeopathic vaccines.

 

Vaccine research should continue but in the new directions mapped out by alternative medicine.

 

The new CDC rule would allow authorities to imprison anyone without due process simply if a policeman or other government official alleges that the person appears ill and allows officials to vaccinate people against their will.

 

Such a rule might make some sense if the diseases to be prevented were very deadly and very easily spread. None of the CDC vaccines are directed against such diseases.

 

The CDC vaccines fail to protect some people Protection wears off, and boosters are needed. Some of the vaccines are “leaky”. They spread the disease they are given to prevent. In relation to the risk involved in vaccination, the CDC vaccines are not necessary. There is less risk in experiencing measles, mumps, rubella, and the flue than in taking the CDC vaccines against such diseases.

 

The CDC vaccines approved vaccines contain toxic ingredients such as formaldehyde, mercury, aluminum, phenol (carbolic acid), borax (ant killer), ethylene glycol (antifreeze), dye, acetone (nail polish remover), latex, MSG, glycerol, polysorbate 80/20, sorbitol, monkey, cow, chick, pig, sheep and dog tissues and cells (may be contaminated with animal viruses), gelatin, casein, fragments of human fetus cells, human viruses, antibiotics, genetically modified yeast, animal, bacterial and viral DNA (may affect recipient’s DNA).

 

The VAERS vaccine reporting system reports 108 deaths from the MMR since 1986, while there has been one measles death of a Washington woman who also had pneumonia. She had been vaccinated against measles as a child, but any immunity had worn off. If she had experienced wild measles as a child, she would have been immune to measles.

 

And you cannot say that the reduction in the number of measles deaths is a result of the measles vaccine. This is because most of the reduction of measles deaths happened before the vaccine was introduced. And the effectiveness of the vaccines declines. Boosters are needed, and each booster is less effective.

 

In closing, I must address an important point. The CDC people this letter is addressed to are revolving door pro-pharmaceutical industry charlatans. You have worked for the pharmaceutical industry before joining the CDC, and you will work for the pharmaceutical industry after you leave. And you received bonuses before joining the CDC, and you will receive bonuses when you return to the pharmaceutical industry.

 

The bigger reason for the proposed CDC rule is to increase sales of Big Pharma’s ineffective, harmful, leaky, unnecessary, and illegal vaccines.

 

I do not expect the CDC to withdraw its proposed rule. You are hirelings of Big Pharma. However, the Congress will review this proposed rule, and this letter will be sent to my senators and representatives.

 

Go to this URL for my complete comments: https://jamesrobertdeal.org/attorneys-viewpoint-vaccinations/

 

Sincerely,

James Robert Deal, Attorney

WSBA Number 8103