Monday, January 19, 2009

How Generation Rescue Poisons Babies

I saw today that Generation Rescue has asked for legal help to address a problem with a government committee. On the surface, this looks like a respectable goal, to force the committee to function honestly. Since "government" and "honesty" are mutually exclusive terms, we can see the folly in this pursuit. All it will do is waste more time.

There are other legal remedies that should be pursued. We have the proof that thimerosal causes brain damage. The case needs to go to criminal court and be given to a jury. If no Attorney General will arrest the CEO's of the vaccine manufacturers, we should be able to make citizens' arrests on all of them and force the issue.

We can not sue doctors for malpractice due to "standard of care" but I believe we could use the same tactic to arrest every one of them who gives thimerosal containing vaccines on criminal charges. Poisoning people is illegal and I think we have more than enough to win the case in front of a jury instead of allowing it to be decided by some federally employed special masters.

The government is never going to stop this insanity because they are absolutely corrupt. We have to take matters into our own hands.

Generation Rescue should know better than to keep trying the same ridiculous strategy of asking the bribed liars who were elected to represent their benefactors to ever take any action that will result in the truth they are so well paid to deny.

I'd like to suggest that Generation Rescue wake the fuck up and ask the right legal questions instead of playing moronic games with child poisoning criminals. To continue asking idiotic questions instead of the right ones will just see more children poisoned into autism. Can Generation Rescue truly be this stupid?

3 comments:

seshadri said...

Lawyers man. Its whatever makes them the most $.
Cool.
Srinath.

Foresam said...

Yup, how can they sue the government?

seshadri said...

Also Generation rescue has turned into a Jim and Jenny circus. I'm sorry, that site's plain jane look was appealing to my autism, but now with J&J's pics, books, articles and what not being plugged everywhere and anywhere on it, it feels like I have been thrown into Grand central station. I dunno, some merit to being less commercial, there is going to be more credibility.
Cool.
Srinath.