The lady who runs this site is one of the finest people I've had the pleasure of meeting.
Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.
Dear Chad Claimant,
cc: Vaccine injury Compensation Fund
Reference: Your claim submission (not a River in Africa)
We are sorry. The $2 billion claims paid were for the victims in the United States. I am not aware of any such fund in Chad.
To date, 9,842 claims have been dismissed. Of those, 4,034 claimants were paid $53,193,566.52 to cover attorney’s fees and other legal costs.
In the future when/if Chad becomes a US Territory & you can still prove lingering symptoms, please resubmit your claim.
PS: [Handwritten note by concerned staff]
Sorry to hear you are not feeling well today. Here is an organization that seems to have international scope & may be receptive to your story & sympathetic to your plight. SaneVax.Org
Get well soon.
Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul ☑
It seems to me that they felt confident that the vaccine could be kept at such temperatures and that bacterial growth would be non existent because they had put extra preservative into the vaccine. In other words, maybe they put extra mercury in there to keep bacteria from growing in those temperatures. That would make it easier to transport and to dispense in places like Africa and India.
I'd like to know what the death/paralyzation rate of meningitis is in that town of 500. I doubt that its more that 1% but with this vaccine they just made 8% of their kids paralyzed. And what of their brains...and what of their fertility? We will never know that answer just as we don't know the full ramifications of mass vaccinations across America in the las 15 yeas for a while yet. Our fertility has gone down as well as brain and nervous system disorders have skyrocketed. But vaccinations have gotten more aggressive lately. Our poor kids. Hitler is here and we don't even know it.
via Bill and Melinda Gates?
Does anyone have any links to a vaccine injury log. Would love to show such a thing to some people.
Because: Some animals are more equal than other animals. -Animal Farm- What the? > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MTIwY3_-ks
Strike The Root: There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root.
National Vaccine Injury Compensation Fund Program
Q: How long will it take to see a claim through the system, and get paid?
It may take two to three years to work through the process.
Q: What is the likelihood of receiving a payment from the VICP?
It depends on the vaccine and the resulting adverse event.
In general, about one-third of the claims filed are compensated for the injury or death. For some vaccines, the likelihood is very high (example: Of 8 claims for injuries from the Tdap vaccine, 7 were compensated and only one was turned down). For others, the likelihood of compensation is very low (example: Of 273 claims for injuries from the polio vaccine, 266 were turned down).
Q: Where does the money paid out to claimants come from?
In 1988, with the passage of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act, a trust fund was established to be sure people who had been injured from vaccines would have a no-fault way to be compensated.
The money in the trust fund comes from a 75 cent tax on each vaccine dose, per disease prevented. (For example: The flu vaccine prevents one flu, so the tax is 75 cents. The MMR vaccine prevents three diseases, so the tax is $2.25.)
Reports on the fund's income and expenditures can be found through the U.S. Treasury Department.
Oversight for the entire VICP program is shared by three departments of the U.S. government: Health and Human Services, the Department of Justice, and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. ...
The world has gone mad! what should we do?
Just wanted to get more inspired from The Man, himself.
Old Town on the Mississippi. Inspire a friend while you are that it.
"The water flows well, roused by spring rains. We glide through rush-covered culverts and spaghetti switchbacks the first 16 miles. Coffeepot Landing hosts our late-afternoon, Dutch-oven dinner. But there’s still more to see before we sleep, so we press on." Author floating down the Mississippi. Someone not claiming to be Mark Twain.
Old wise sage, you give heap good advice. Esp the naps & ice cream part. To that, I think the DP'ers should all get together on the Mississippi, turn off our minds, relax and float down stream sipping our favorite beverages. The kind with umbrellas in them.....
A few years back I was traveling up I-5 in Nor Cal. and to my suprise came across many places marked where Twain visited. Found it all very interesting, but was in a hurry and couldn't really take it all in. One of the things that stood out the most in my mind was a little shanty village of little delapidated Chineese shacks, all getting ready to fall over. There was a boulder with a plaquard saying Twain was here. Would love to take the trip again someday.....
Map out Mississippi River Saint Louis to Orleans. Nevada near Carson City & US highway 49 gold country. I am always there abouts. If don't find me right away, show folks my picture. They'll help you find my diggins.
As fiction authors say, literally.
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