What better way to force a group of people to do something they may not agree with than to package it with a pretty bow called ‘wellness?’ Apparently, there is no better way as H.R 1313 intends to do just that.
The resolution is known as the ‘Preserving Employee Wellness Programs Act,’ espouses that it will lead employees into using employer funded disease prevention wellness programs. According to Section 3 (a) 2 of the bill, they refer to, “workplace wellness programs and programs of health promotion or disease prevention offered by an employer.” However, when we read into that a bit more, the term disease prevention could make many uneasy.
Why? Well, typically, in the Western world, the term disease prevention goes hand in hand with vaccinations.
Unfortunately, the bill doesn’t stop there either. Take a moment to read Section 2 (3):
“(3) in enacting the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Public Law 111–148), Congress intended that employers would be permitted to implement health promotion and prevention programs that provide incentives, rewards, rebates, surcharges, penalties, or other inducements related to wellness programs, including rewards of up to 50 percent off of insurance premiums for employees participating in programs designed to encourage healthier lifestyle choices;”
And continuing into Section 3 (c):
“(c) Rule of construction.—Nothing in subsection (a)(1)(A) shall be construed to prevent an employer that is offering a wellness program to an employee from requiring such employee, within 45 days from the date the employee first has an opportunity to earn a reward, to request a reasonable alternative standard (or waiver of the otherwise applicable standard). Nothing in subsection (a)(1)(A) shall be construed to prevent an employer from imposing a reasonable time period, based upon all the facts and circumstances, during which the employee must complete the reasonable alternative standard. Such a reasonable alternative standard (or waiver of the otherwise applicable standard) is provided for in section 2705(j) (3)(D) of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. 300 gg–4(j)(3)(D)) (and any regulations promulgated with respect to such section by the Secretary of Labor, the Secretary of Health and Human Services, or the Secretary of the Treasury).”
And while the terminology may sound safe enough, you have to wonder where such a bill will lead. If employees fail to abide by employer standards, where will they end up? Furthermore, if an employer fails to offer vaccination programs, where will they end up? As always, the terminology of the bill is placed together loosely to leave much room for interpretation, but as many of us know, such terminology oftentimes leans towards government interests rather than the interests of the people.
Sadly, what many forget, is that vaccinations, including the yearly flu shot, are not only ineffective but have also been deemed as dangerous in many instances. Exactly how many vaccination injuries will the people have to suffer from before the government and big pharma realize that maybe we are handling disease prevention in an incorrect manner?
Furthermore, since when did people lose the right to choose their own medical care, and disease prevention methods?
According to Health Impact News, “H.R. 1313 is indeed a threat to anyone employed by a company or large organization that offers a ‘wellness’ program and partners with government and Pharma to ‘give carrots and apply sticks’ to employees who do or do not go along with government-endorsed ‘standard of care,’ which includes receipt of federally recommended vaccines, whether the language in this bill says the word ‘vaccine’ or not,” warns the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC).”
The legislation was recently introduced by Representative Virginia Foxx, a republican of North Carolina. If you, like other individuals, believe this legislation to be disheartening, please contact her here. As long as we have a voice to speak up for our beliefs regarding the laws that have been passed, we need to continue to use it. So please, make your voice heard and let congress know that we do not want mandatory vaccines in the work place!