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Published On: Sun, May 17th, 2015

EXCLUSIVE: Senator Pan & the Purchase Price of California SB277

Susanne Posel (OC) : The California senate has passed controversial SB277 with a 25 to 10 vote. Effectively, this bill rescinds “personal belief exemptions” for inoculations. The measure is now facing the Assembly before it is made a law.

Pediatrician and state senator Richard Pan, champion of this bill, said: “Vaccines are necessary to protect us. That protection has been eroding. The science is clear: Vaccines are safe and efficacious.”

Richard Pan_California_USA_May 2915_SP_OCThe pediatrician turned senator has been financed and supported by the medical and pharmaceutical industries the entire way.

In order to ensure his victory as an Assemblyman and later a state senator, Pan used now 5 years old Seneca Mitchell, one of his patients, to bring a coercive air of caring to his constituents.

The purpose of this marketing was to downplay “Pan’s experience as a politician in favor of an image as a working doctor.”

During college, Pan was a member of the California Medical Association (CMA) where Mitchell’s mother, Jodi Hicks, was the chief lobbyist for the organization.

Pan became Hicks’ pediatrician while she was pregnant with Mitchell.

Through Hicks, Pan has received more than $20,000 from various clients she lobbies for to boost his campaigns as a professional politician.

Because California state laws prohibit Hicks from directly donating, she has worked on Pan’s campaign and used her influence within the medical community to gain popularity and support for Pan.

The investment in Pan from the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries have paid off with the potential success of SB277.

Pan’s senatorial seat was purchased for $545,125 by:

• Healthcare professionals
• Pharmaceutical industry
• Health insurance
• Health services
• Hospitals and nursing homes

Prior to this latest legislative proposal, Pan was behind AB2109 which passed in 2012. This bill required individuals and parents to obtain the signature of a health care practitioner for a philosophical exemption to vaccination.

Pan said this bill “empowers them [parents] with up-to-date, accurate information about immunizations”; however critics call it “an unnecessary and expensive intrusion into the rights of parents, intended to increase vaccination rates by making it more difficult to claim the exemption.”

Donors to Pan’s senatorial cohorts Felipe Fuentes and Lois Wolk who had a financially vested interest in the passage of AB2190 into law include:

AstraZeneca
Bayer
• Bristol-Myers Squibb
Eli Lily
GlaxoSmithKline
• Johnson & Johnson
Merck
• PHRMA
Novartis
Pfizer

Susanne Posel, Occupy Corporatism

About the Author

- Susanne Posel is the Chief Editor of OccupyCorporatism and a globally syndicated host of the Region 10 Report broadcast on American Freedom Radio. Susanne Posel is a productive writer of news, opinion and analysis on a wide range of subjects, including globalism, corporatism and the New World Order. Other subjects include eugenics, climate change controversies, martial law, the technocratic banking elite and second amendment rights. Susanne Posel is a political and social activist, believing in non-compliance. Susanne Posel´s articles are widely published in independent or alternative media. She has been featured on radio shows such as The Hagman & Hagman Report, Wide Awake News with Charlie McGrath, Red Ice Radio, Lorrie´s Talk News Radio, The Vinny Eastwood Show, SGT Report, The Corbett Report, United We Strike Monthly Marathon. Susanne Posel began contributing to nsnbc international in June 2013. She can be contacted by e-mail at occupycorporatism@gmail.com

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  1. Cindy says:

    This is how little our elected officials in California think of our children. You would think that they would at the least wait until the fraud case against Merck and its Measles Mumps and Rubella vaccines was completed before subjecting innocent children to this brew of poison. Shame on these terrible people. I guess the schools will lose their funding and the unvaccinated children hopefully can use those funds privately for their education. May be a blessing in disguise.
    Huffington Post: According to the whistleblowers’ court documents, Merck’s misconduct was far-ranging: It “failed to disclose that its mumps vaccine was not as effective as Merck represented, (ii) used improper testing techniques, (iii) manipulated testing methodology, (iv) abandoned undesirable test results, (v) falsified test data, (vi) failed to adequately investigate and report the diminished efficacy of its mumps vaccine, (vii) falsely verified that each manufacturing lot of mumps vaccine would be as effective as identified in the labeling, (viii) falsely certified the accuracy of applications filed with the FDA, (ix) falsely certified compliance with the terms of the CDC purchase contract, (x) engaged in the fraud and concealment describe herein for the purpose of illegally monopolizing the U.S. market for mumps vaccine, (xi) mislabeled, misbranded, and falsely certified its mumps vaccine, and (xii) engaged in the other acts described herein to conceal the diminished efficacy of the vaccine the government was purchasing.”

    The fraudulent activities, say the whistleblowers, were designed to produce test results that would meet the FDA’s requirement that the mumps vaccine was 95 percent effective.

  2. Linda says:

    Pan is nothing but a puppet for the pharmaceutical industry. That is obvious…he losely uses the word “us” when saying it’s a good bill for health. He knows darn well it isn’t and just playing his role or he is stupid. He was elected for this purpose by money from self-interest groups. Yes wouldn’t one think the serious claims by a long standing Dr at the CDC that a strong link between MMR and autism was covered up would be settled first before forcing parents to inject their babies with the contents in question. That alone proves no caring whatsoever by Pam or all others involved.

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