So…the National Guard will be involved in forcing people to get the vaccine.

Warren “Bones” Bonesteel
Author and Researcher
Sgt USMC 1976-1983

First, the National Guard has no business being involved in such activities.
That’s a blatant violation of The Constitution. Any member of the military
who participates in such activities is in violation of their Oaths and is no
friend of America or of American citizens. They are no friend of freedom or
of liberty. They will be imposing tyranny upon their fellow Americans.

Second: The National Guard has no business interfering with a decision that
should be made solely by an American citizen or between a citizen and his or
her doctor.

Third: The National Guard will be acting in opposition to, and in violation
of, The U.S. Constitution. They will also be in direct violation of their
state constitutions.

There are definite risks to such innoculations. There are definite risks to
not being innoculated. Such decisions are not in the realm of government or
of any United States military force.

Once again, this is a declaration of war not only against The Constitution,
but against the American people.


National Guard drill at high school to prepare for possible H1N1 riot
By Leslie H. Dixon, Staff Writer
Published: Aug 13, 2009 1:46 am

PARIS — Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School will be the site of a National
Guard riot control drill Thursday morning to prepare in the event of a panic
over distribution of serum to treat the swine flu.

The school on Route 26 at the Paris-Norway town line has been designated by
state officials as a distribution site for the H1N1 flu vaccine. The drill is
to prepare for a worst-case scenario should the serum have to be transported
from Augusta and people rush to get it.

On Thursday morning, four or five National Guard Humvees will travel from
Augusta to Paris with vials of fake serum. The National Guardsmen will take
on the roles of panicked citizens and military police and practice what they
would do, such as using tear gas, in the case of a riot.

“This is just a component of moving the stuff from point A to B,” said Oxford
County Emergency Management Agency Director Scott Parker. The plan will be
put into place only if needed, he said.

Plans were developed in April to have vials of serum sent from the federal
government to Augusta, Parker said. From Augusta, the supplies will be
transported to designated distribution centers.

During the April conference, concerns were raised about a possible
out-of-control rush on the serum, Parker said. Because of that concern, Gov.
John Baldacci and Gen. John Libby, adjutant general of the Maine National
Guard, agreed that a plan should be devised to quell such a disturbance.

Local police chiefs have also been involved in the planning, Parker said. In
a real event, local police would be in charge of security once the serum
arrives in Paris. “We own it. We’re in charge of providing security,” he

As of Aug. 5, the Maine Center for Disease Control said there had been 323
confirmed cases of H1N1 in Maine, of which 176 are Maine residents and the
rest out-of-staters diagnosed in Maine. A total of 19 people required
hospitalization. Sixty percent of the victims were under the age of 25.

On Tuesday, health authorities reported Maine’s first death from the H1N1
virus. Dr. Dora Anne Mills, director of the Maine Center for Disease Control,
said a York County man in his 50s was hospitalized for three weeks and died
last week of underlying conditions complicated by H1N1.

The drill will take place behind the school and will not affect the
day-to-day activities within the school. Access to the school building will
be available through the main entrance, Parker said.


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