Refusing Mandatory Vaccinations? Ever Heard Of MSEHPA?

Forced vaccinations and quarantines? Ever heard of the Model State Emergency Health Powers Act (MSEHPA)? Seems that it was another of the 'by products' of 911, in this case a promotion of legislation that "dramatically suspends civil rights during declared state of biological emergency". According to the article posted below, as of 2006, 38 states had adopted provisions from or closely related to MSEHPA (see last paragraph). Taking into consideration the recent report (follow up link above) of the federal government's pending implementation of new federal quarantine regulations, MSEHPA becomes even more interesting. MSEHPA gives the power, if deemed necessary, to arrest, transport, quarantine, drug, and vaccinate anyone during a 'biological emergency'. That defiinitely includes any who may decide to 'refuse' vaccinaton or treatment "if/when" an emergency were to be declared (see Sec. 504; below). Is it possible that the pending new federal regulations would be any less powerful? Very unlikely. fyi
"The following article, originally written in Dec., 2001, has been edited and updated slightly to show that, if/when a medical emergency is declared, people will be forced to submit to a variety of inconveniences without their consent—including invasive medical interventions—or face severe consequences one generally associates with war zones. It is also plainly stated that no one working for or with the government will be held liable for death or damages to persons or their properties should they result from good-faith performance of their “lawful” duties. Since October, 2001, the tenets of MSEHPA has been sewn into the pandemic preparedness plans of most, if not all, of the several states."


Within weeks after the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) began promoting health policy legislation that dramatically suspends civil rights during declared state of biological emergency. The text of the “Model State Emergency Health Powers Act (MSEHPA)” gives public health officials and governors of the several states the power to arrest, transport, quarantine, drug and vaccinate anyone suspected of carrying a potentially infectious disease.

While stating that their proposal considered the “civil rights of the individual,” the appeals process described in the text describes the nearly absolute powers of public health authorities to detain people against their will and force them to submit to whatever medical intervention deemed appropriate by authorities.

Under the “Mandatory Medical Examinations” section (502) of the law, persons refusing to submit to medical examinations and/or testing are liable for misdemeanors and forced isolation. If public health authorities suspect individuals may have been exposed to broadly defined infectious diseases, or otherwise pose a risk to public health, officials may issue detainment orders. In the case of an urban attack, or even one suspected, possibly thousands of people could be marshaled into isolation camps, according to the law. In this case, physicians, assisted by police, will be required to perform state medical examinations and tests.

Under the law, “infectious diseases” are very broadly defined. “An infectious disease may, or may not, be transmissible from person to person, animal to person, or insect to person,” the authors explain in the text.

Section 504 of the Act details vaccination and treatment protocols. Following these mandates, public health authorities may compel people to be inoculated and/or drugged with any medicaments selected by the state. Individuals refusing to be vaccinated or treated would be liable for a misdemeanor, subject to police arrest, isolation or quarantine.

“Section 807” repeals existing state laws that are in conflict with the Act. Under this part, for instance, previous laws granting medical, religious, or philosophical exemptions to vaccination would be repealed.
Legislative Status Update: Since its completion on December 21, 2001, the Centers has been tracking state legislative activity related to MSEHPA. As of July 15, 2006, the Act has been introduced in whole or part through 171 bills or resolutions in forty-four (44) states, the District of Columbia, and the Northern Mariannas Islands. Thirty-eight (38) states [AL, AK, AZ, CA, CT, DE, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IN, IA, LA, ME, MD, MN, MO, MT, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NC, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA, WI, and WY] and DC have passed a total of 66 bills or resolutions that include provisions from or closely related to the Act. The extent to which the Act’s provisions are incorporated into each state’s laws varies.
check your state
Whether 'Swine '09' turns out to be an elaborate bluff this time around, or the NWO 'pandemic card' is played for all it's worth, the answer is no different:
Proverbs 18:10 The name of the LORD is a strong tower: the *righteous runneth into it, and is safe.
*Righteousness is in the Saviour Christ Jesus alone. Phil. 1:11

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