It also features interviews with Executive Order 13139 dissenters Capt. Jon Buck, MD., US Air Force; then Maj. Tom Rempfer, Arizona Air National Guard; Major Russ Dingle, Connecticut Air National Guard; 1st Lt. Jamie Martin, US Marine Corps; and Maj. Sonnie Bates, US Air Force.
It also includes expert interviews with Prof. Emeritus Malcolm Hooper, University of Sunderland, U.K., and Chief Medical Spokesperson for the Royal Gulf War Veterans Association; Dr. Ken Alibek, CEO, AFG Biosolutions, former head of the Soviet Union's Bioapparat; Col. "Sammy" Young, former Chief Inspector for the U.S. FDA; and Attorney Len Schroeter.
Because of the 2005 Bio Shield Act signed by Pres. George W. Bush, the United States has acquired a 60 million dose inventory of the anthrax vaccine in the Strategic National Stockpile, worth over $1.5 billion dollars. Because a dose of anthrax vaccine expires every 2-years, the United States government has to dispose of over $100 million in expired anthrax vaccine every year.
The U.S. Strategic National Stockpile is meant to provide a vaccine supply for domestic US first responders in the event of a national emergency. First responders include the National Guard, firemen, police, doctors, nurses, and all civilian emergency management personnel. The problem with the anthrax vaccine is that it requires a minimum of 18 months to develop useful immunity to anthrax skin disease, so a national emergency was declared in October 2008 to encourage voluntary anthrax vaccinations by US civilians.
Because the anthrax vaccine contains the aluminum hydroxid
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