Executive Order 13139
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[President Bill Clinton, in 1999, signed an Executive Order 13139 requiring military personnel to receive experimental vaccines not approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Poisoning your own troops with Anthrax vaccine causing Gulf War Syndrome.  Part of the Gun Control agenda, then use the Russian and Chinese troops from Underground bases to take over USA.]

[2016 oct] Gulf War Syndrome: Documents Prove UK and US Military Personnel were Injected with Untested Vaccines

[vid] Direct Order - Executive Order 13139

A BRILLIANT, award winning documentary by Scott Miller, narrated by Michael Douglas about the life changing adverse events of military men and women vaccinated with the experimental Anthrax vaccine that contained Squalene, an adjuvant recommended by the CDC.

Experimental Vaccines Can Be Administered to Military Without Consent!!

Ordered against there will many of these soldiers have died and total live a disabled life. VLA comment: You want to dissuade a loved one from going into the military…have them watch this!​

On September 30, 1999 President Clinton signed an executive order [Executive Order 13139] giving any president of the United States the authority to waive informed consent for military personnel regarding experimental vaccines, antidotes, and treatments.

The order reads: "It is the expectation that the United States Government will administer products approved for their intended use by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). However, in the event that the Secretary [of Defense] considers a product to represent the most appropriate countermeasure for diseases endemic to the area of operations or to protect against possible chemical, biological, or radiological weapons, but the product has not yet been approved by the FDA for its intended use, the product may, under certain circumstances and strict controls, be administered to provide potential protection for the health and well-being of deployed military personnel in order to ensure the success of the military operation.

Possibly because there is less hassle medicating troops if no informed consent is required. When President Bush refused to waive informed consent, the FDA approved pyridostigmine using the "Animal Rule" which allows the approval of drugs for human use based on animal data. It was employed because it was unethical to dose humans with the nerve agent Soman to see if pyridostigmine would actually prevent death. However, the way the drugs were used in the animal studies didn't reflect how they would be used in humans and resulted in misleading conclusions.
    Yes. I was assigned to re-review his conclusions regarding pyridostigmine and even before I began my review I was pressured to approve it and this pressure continued through nearly two dozen meetings with FDA management. After it became clear that I would not be pressured into an approval and it became apparent that it would be approved according to the animal rule in spite of the science, I raised an even stronger objection: not only did it not work against nerve agents other than Soman, but pyridostigmine actually increased lethality in the presence of other nerve agents and we knew that Saddam Hussein was not using Soman and was instead using these other nerve agents.
This information was not secret - both FDA and DoD public documents acknowledge increased lethality with other nerve agents such as Sarin, and DoD and other government documents that are public also document that Saddam Hussein was not using Soman and was instead using these other nerve agents exclusively. Yet because I raised this as an objection, I was immediately replaced as the primary reviewer so that I could not document my concerns and so that pyridostigmine could be approved. It's since been proposed that if we ever face the prospect of nerve agents in the future, that this approval will be used as a justification to convince the President at that time to waive informed consent without presenting a full picture. Even though using pyridostigmine would likely only invite the use of nerve agents
    I don't know and don't want to speculate. However senior managers made statements indicating knowledge that the approval was illegal. In any case, it was clear and known that use of pyridostigmine would interfere with the operation of our troops. [2012] Former FDA Reviewer Speaks Out About Intimidation, Retaliation and Marginalizing of Safety

[2016 oct] Gulf War Syndrome: Documents Prove UK and US Military Personnel were Injected with Untested Vaccines