42 U.S. Code 搂 5106a.

42 U.S. Code 搂 5106a.One thing that is never covered is that hospital wards were
established back in the early days [70s/80s.] | think those
calling themselves professionals were just as confused as
mothers and fathers were. There were many children in the
ward in our area. It was a 14-bed unit-it was always full
with a 2-week turnaround.

| watched as they used this to rip the first wave of vaccine-
injured children out of homes

42 U.S. Code § 5106a. Grants to States for child abuse or
neglect prevention and treatment programs

They diagnosed parents with conditions their children

manifested. Sc many children were ripped out of loving,
desperate homes. We were persecuted as “lousy” parents.
Institutions received more and more grant money to steal

our children away from us

They will [some states already do] use the same law to

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One thing that is never covered is that hospital wards were established back in the early days [the 70s/80s.]聽 I think those calling themselves professionals were just as confused as mothers and fathers were.聽 There were many children in the ward in our area.聽 It was a 14-bed unit鈥搃t was always full with a 2-week turnaround.

I watched as they used this to rip the first wave of vaccine-injured children out of homes:

42 U.S. Code 搂鈥5106a. Grants to States for child abuse or neglect prevention and treatment programs.

They diagnosed parents with conditions their children manifested.聽 So many children were ripped out of loving, desperate homes.聽 We were persecuted as 鈥渓ousy鈥 parents.聽 Institutions received more and more grant money to steal our children away from us.

They will [some states already do] use the same law to take unvaccinated children.

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A kind social worker had taken our case and had protected us.聽 Back in those days, she worked for the [D]ept of [S]ocial [S]ervices鈥搕he DSS.聽 My husband had died and we were on our own.聽 She was a good friend and mentor, and I knew she knew I was devoted to my boys.

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Decades after I succeeded in preventing the State from taking my children, a social worker involved in the takings informed me it was a good thing I had done so.聽 These medically-harmed children had not fared so well in the over-burdened, State-run Foster Care system. 聽He was the same social worker whom I had met at North Shore Childrens Hospital in Salem Massachusetts when my oldest was hospitalized there, and he had and had tried diligently to wrest my children from my care.

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Yes鈥擨 know鈥攑eople will say this is just a little mother crying about something wrong with her children, but it is more than that.聽 Here are records from when I was a child:

鈥淛oyce is no school behavior problem but she is underachieving. She is intensely interested in her hobbies. She raises and breeds tropical fish, hamsters, and experimental mice. She has done a great deal of research for her hobby and finds it a tremendous source of satisfaction. She hopes to go into research and her dream is to work at Bar Harbor where they are doing聽鈥渢remendous things鈥聽in genetics.

Testing reveals an I.Q. of 134 on WISC placing her in the superior range of intelligence.鈥

When I was 23, one of my professors pulled me into his office, and joyously told me I was going to medical school鈥攊magine鈥攁 free pass to medical school.聽 聽The image of my tormented toddler roiled in my mind.聽 I declined, and his jaw nearly crashed to the floor.聽 I never told him why.

I knew [or believed] that those calling themselves professionals couldn鈥檛 figure out what was wrong with my baby boy鈥擨 knew I was his best hope.聽 It turned out that the things they called vaccines [that my kids were given] were pulled off the US market because they were causing too much damage.聽 [the DPT and the Oral Polio.]聽 I think it would have at least been a courtesy to tell the devastated parents.

In 1985 or 鈥86, the vaccine industry went to Reagan.聽 They said they weren鈥檛 going to make vaccinations anymore because they were getting sued too much.聽 Now, hey鈥擨 would have mandated that they had to make them and they had to make them safe.聽 Instead, Reagan and Congress completely indemnified the pharmaceutical/vaccine industry from any civil liability.聽 Yes鈥攖hat鈥檚 right鈥攜ou get hurt it鈥檚 just too damned bad.聽 But that鈥檚 okay鈥攖hey鈥檙e working really hard to make sure you get every damned one of them鈥攂irth to death鈥揳nd that鈥檚 around the globe.

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