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MASS. HOUSE APPROVES BILL ALLOWING QUARANTINES
Boston.com, October 8, 2009
Senate version includes placing restrictions on right to public assembly, allowing arrest of individuals without warrant, mandatory vaccinations, and isolation orders issued to anyone who refused to be vaccinated. Public health officials would have the power to isolate individuals and order quarantines to contain the outbreak of serious contagious diseases under a bill approved by the Massachusetts House [113-36] on Thursday. One of the most contentious parts of the bill would give public health officials the authority to force individuals or groups into isolation or quarantine when there is "reasonable cause to believe that a disease or condition dangerous to the public health exists or may exist or that there is an immediate risk of an outbreak."
I have written for a couple of years about my denial of First Amendment rights. The Bill of Rights is despised and already ignored for many people like myself who lack wealth. Your turn seems to be coming - at the "risk" of an outbreak. What is proposed in Mass. is essentially slavery from my point of view.
- Loss of authority over one's own person
- Loss of authority over one's children
- Loss of freedom of assembly rights
- Arrest without warrant
As I wrote in my Concentration Camp article, "First they came for the Neals." My family endures censorship, persecution, and endangerment for making inquiries about Larry Neal, a handicapped relative who was secretly arrested until death in 2003, with records and explanation DENIED. Rev. Fred Pinkney was imprisoned and lives under house arrest for quoting the Bible. Therefore, freedom of religion and freedom of speech are no longer protected rights, and neither is the right to life protected for many Americans.
Loss of rights is like a spreading disease that is capable of destroying any semblance of freedom. I think we're at level 6 on that.
I was a guest on Rev. Pinkney's BlogTalk Radio Show on October 11, 2009. You can hear our discussion regarding loss of human and civil rights by using the links below:
You should be able to retrieve the embedded code to copy into your blog and/or webpage by retrieving the code from http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Rev-Pinkney
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