Pentagon Ends Mandatory Vax for Military After Congress Forced an End to the Idiocy

Now reinstate the service members that were forced out because they refused to submit to a toxic vax.

Resist the Mainstream

On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Defense officially ended its coronavirus vaccine mandate for the U.S. military after House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) forced an end to the program last month when the National Defense Authorization Act, the annual defense policy bill, was passed.

Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin wrote in a memo that he has rescinded the vaccine mandate for the U.S. military and the National Guard.

“No individuals currently serving in the Armed Forces shall be separated solely on the basis of their refusal to receive the COVID-19 vaccination if they sought an accommodation on religious, administrative, or medical grounds,” the memo said. “The Military Departments will update the records of such individuals to remove any adverse actions solely associated with denials of such requests, including letters of reprimand.”

“The Secretaries of the Military Departments will further cease any ongoing reviews of current Service member religious, administrative, or medical accommodation requests solely for exemption from the COVID-19 vaccine or appeals of denials of such requests,” the memo continued. “Religious liberty is a foundational principle of enduring importance in America, enshrined in our Constitution and other sources of Federal law. Service members have the right to observe the tenets of their religion or to observe no religion at all, as provided in applicable Federal law and Departmental policy.”

Service members who were discharged due to their refusal to vaccinate can petition their branch’s Department’s Discharge Review Boards and Boards for Correction of Military or Naval Records to request a correction to the characterization of their discharge.

McCarthy, while serving as House minority leader, brought an end to the mandate last month after saying that the NDAA would “not move” unless the mandate was removed from the bill.

“The end of Biden’s military COVID vaccine mandate is a victory for our military and for common sense,” McCarthy said in a statement last month. “Last week, I told the president directly: it’s time to end the COVID vaccine mandate and rehire our service members.”

“Unfortunately, the mandate has already had negative consequences for our military: The Army and Navy missed their 2022 recruitment goals by thousands of service members,” the statement continued. “And, at the direction of the Biden administration, the Defense Department discharged 3,300 Marines, 1,800 soldiers, 1,800 sailors, and 900 airmen simply based on their personal decision to not take the COVID vaccine.”

McCarthy also demanded that the administration “correct service records and not stand in the way of reenlisting any service member discharged simply for not taking the COVID vaccine.”


Good service members chose to resign or get out rather than take the government-forced vax. But, if you have AIDs, you can join.

Between the unconstitutional vax tyranny and the “woke” bullshit infecting the military, the armed forces will soon be depleted of anyone capable or willing to fight.  The Biden regime and the current crop of proglodytes in the pentagon are hellbent on pushing an agenda that turns the military into mush.


The Forgotten Lessons of The Military’s Forced Anthrax Vaccination of its Pilots

Gulf War Syndrome (GWS)

The Gulf War was a rapid and overwhelming victory for the United States that had very few battlefield casualties for our armed forces. However, soon after the war, almost 36% of soldiers (approximately 250,000 of the 697,000 who served) came down with a debilitating illness that eventually came to be known as “Gulf War Syndrome (GWS).” Initially, the military gaslighted the veterans by insisting that the illness was due to stress (which for many reasons was nonsensical), and then introduced a variety of contradictory studies to explain what else could be causing GWS.

Although a case can be made for many of the potential causes of GWS, by far the strongest case exists for the experimental anthrax vaccination campaign that was conducted during the Gulf War. This is because GWS was almost nonexistent in the other nations who participated in the Gulf War but did not vaccinate their troops, and an illness identical to GWS was observed in troops who were vaccinated but never left the United States (including those who were vaccinated a decade after the Gulf War).

……At the time of the Gulf War, the military was concerned that Saddam Hussein would deploy anthrax against our soldiers. As a result, a vaccination solution was needed, even though no ideal option existed. Immediately before the war began, a suspicious anthrax vaccination campaign was initiated, which many members of the military firmly believe was a mass experiment on soldiers.

For example, countless servicemen who received the vaccine recall a time when they were suddenly being rounded up and sent to a vaccine site for an unspecified vaccine, being told that the vaccine they were going to receive would not be annotated in their medical record, and then having the only record of it be “Vaccine A” on their service card (a “Vaccine B,” thought to be one for the botulin toxin, was also sometimes given in this manner). Similarly, as resistance to the anthrax vaccine grew (following more and more stories of severe injuries or death from it), the military became more and more aggressive about mandating it on everyone, frequently placing servicemen in a position where they could either vaccinate or be court-marshaled.

……The anthrax vaccine campaign continued long after the Gulf War ended, and eventually, the body count from it resulted in a 1998 law being passed that for the most part prohibited members of the military from being forced to take experimental (non-FDA approved) medications. Later in 2004, after a court overturned the anthrax mandate, a law was enacted to allow certain emergency-use authorizations. Sadly, as vaccine-injured friends in the military have shared with me (who for months first tried to lawfully avoid the illegal COVID-19 vaccine mandate), the military chose to disregard the legal process they were required to follow this time around.

The anthrax catastrophe also prompted congressional investigations of the DoD that exposed the same system that I believe was implemented to force the COVID-19 vaccines on the American population. During these proceedings in Congress, the DoD was uncharacteristically evasive in reporting their actions.

……When I wrote this article, I also reached out to a rheumatologist colleague who had previously worked with many at the Veteran’s Administration who had been injured by the anthrax vaccine and asked him if he had ever seen any military pilots who lost the ability to fly. He told me:

“Forget flying. These guys were in really bad shape. Many of them couldn’t even drive.”

……If we want to prevent atrocities like the one we are witnessing unfolding in front of us right now, we have to learn where they came from. Each of these events is typically first conducted on a smaller and more vulnerable group of people that cannot advocate for themselves. Soldiers in the military represent one such group as they are viewed as an ideal cohort to conduct experiments on because they are all relatively healthy, and must to participate in the experiments since soldiers are required to follow orders (thereby ensuring compliance and silence). Previously other vulnerable groups were also frequently utilized (e.g., slaves, prisoners, and mentally handicapped patients) but activists of previous eras were able to outlaw this inhumane experimentation, so those nonetheless seeking to do it have increasingly needed to rely upon the military for test subjects.

……I also believe government officials like to defer the responsibility to “experts” because it removes their responsibility for making a bad decision.

……Within the military, a group exists that is ideologically committed to developing countermeasures for dangerous bioweapons (e.g., look up the history of Fort Dietrich). I believe this is primarily because they are financially dependent upon these programs being well-funded for decades (which is easy to accomplish if a climate of fear exists around the bioweapon in question—the CDC uses a similar playbook). However, this commitment may also be due to lobbying from the private sector (which makes a lot of money off producing these countermeasures), or some people being ideologically fixated on continuing the programs.

This group of “experts” has been able to convince the military’s leadership of the absolute necessity of their bioweapon countermeasures programs. Because of this lobbying, the military leadership has been willing to exert the full force of the military to push vaccinations through. This is important because many of the vaccines designed through this pipeline are unsafe, poorly (sometimes fraudulently) manufactured, and ineffective, to the point that even our relatively corrupt regulatory apparatus would not be willing to green-light them for civilian use.

When I observe how the government utilizes the tools available to it to solve a problem, I often find that when an effective and agreeable but complex and nuanced solution exists, the government will instead use a crude method with many shortcomings and make up for those shortcomings by putting the full force of the government behind that approach. This is why once widespread resistance in the military emerged towards the anthrax vaccine experiment, the Pentagon nonetheless doubled down on forcing it upon the military (as those “experts” had made the leadership believe this was a necessary sacrifice for national security). Likewise, I believe this is why the Pentagon went so far to gaslight those injured by the vaccines (along with hiding what they did from Congress).

If you consider what the anthrax vaccination campaign was seeking to accomplish, it’s very clear the wrong approach was chosen (a huge risk was taken on for a negligible benefit) and the fallout from the unethical conduct behind it (e.g., forced human experimentation) came at great cost to the military. Similarly, if you consider what has happened with the COVID-19 vaccination campaigns, all the same holds true.


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