Heroic Public Testimony at VRBPAC Meeting 1/26/2023
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Thank you for this. These brave people who speak out about their horrible vaccine injuries are heroes. The FDA on the other hand…. There are no words for the dishonesty and injustice that is being done.
Excellent piece! The only way I can tolerate VRBPAC "performances" is via Meryl Nass' blogging. The actual testimonies by the vaccine injured make me cry...
They won't say no because it's not a product that has to be approved. It's a military counter measure...
The dod runs the operation. Pharma and the FDA are just demonstrations..
Thank you for helping these voices carry Diane. Quite distressing circumstances.
Diane, thanks so much for this thorough write-up of the VRBPAC hearing and especially for highlighting the public comments. I have done both of your thought experiments in real life in a different setting, and they are powerful indeed.
In my home city of Richmond, California, I have made public comments many times at City Council meetings over the years. Crafting a 2-minute statement takes a lot of time and thought--you must distill the essence and deliver it from the heart. It's a profound experience, and even if some of the elected officials don't seem to hear you, your message resonates to the audience in the room and to all those watching online.
On the other thought experiment, I served for 7 years on our city's Planning Commission, 2 years as Chair. For me, beyond all the staff reports and professional presentations by those seeking approval for various residential and commercial projects, the public comments coming from passionate community members were always what I looked forward to the most. I know what the speakers went through to prepare and how strongly they felt about the issue. I always made a point of acknowledging in some way what the members of the public were conveying to us, even if on occasion I disagreed with parts of their positions. Mostly they had very good points that needed to be considered.
So thank you again for amplifying these crucial voices!
Short answer: No. They are worse than a waste of time. The sooner more people get their Senators informed on Plan B, the better off we all will be. https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Plan-B-Public-Health-Infrastructure-and-Operations-Lyons-Weiler/94806d82ada8d82e1209f2ff6510a8eca89b8c72 also https://jameslyonsweiler.com/2021/01/05/plan-a-has-failed-public-health-now-has-a-plan-b/ also https://www.researchgate.net/publication/348238837_Plan_B_Public_Health_Infrastructure_and_Operations_Oversight_Reform_for_America
"the ratio of pro (14) and anti (1) urging for authorization of shots"
Isn't that backwards? At the very least, it's confusingly worded.