VATICAN'S ASSASSINS, I, II, III.
Eric Phelps has done and continues to do intensive research into the workings, plans and machinations of the Vatican, the Jesuits, etc.
"The second largest Jewish population is in Florida were the vaccine will be mandatory. The third largest Jewish population is in California, where the vaccine will also be mandatory.
The open attack against the North American Jews has begun."
And SHmuel said, about the video of Jane Burgermeister:
Superb movie in every respect.
And I would like to add:
Look at this site:
You can clearly see that Jewish schools are also members of the NY State Association of Independent Schools.
Yet, in Manhattan, a heavily Jewish district, where and when did the NYAIS decide to hold its H1N1 preparedness seminar?
ON EREV ROSH HASHANAH, IN TRINITY SCHOOL, an ANGLICAN school -( as close as it gets to Catholicism without being Catholic).
By design, or not?
Also to be noted that Catholic schools are already busy concocting lame excuses for NOT taking the vaccines, such as religious abstentions because the virus allegedly is grown on aborted fetal cells - FALSE! -. By the way , Jews could claim the same abstentions - if they pass for the Catholics, but apparently they will NOT pass -. But count on Catholics to find ways to protect their young, particularly in private schools, possibly administering placebos to them, or other such tricks.
Is it surprising, considering WHERE all this is originating from - ROME?
Rome will do everything in its power to protect CATHOLIC CHILDREN, while Jewish children will be thrown to the wolves - LITERALLY.
DO NOT FALL FOR THIS, FELLOW JEWS: RESIST WITH ALL YOUR MIGHT! DO NOT LET THEM DO THIS TO AM YISRAEL AGAIN.
DID WE NOT PLEDGE - NEVER AGAIN?
BEST YET: COME HOME BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE!!!
H1N1 Pandemic Flu Preparedness
139 W 91st St
New York, NY 10024-1399
The news of the expected return of the H1N1 Flu virus this fall is frightening.
A number of NYSAIS schools were compelled to close in the spring of 2009 as a result of the H1N1 Flu outbreak, causing confusion and disruption to all aspects of institutional life. Many schools experienced high levels of absenteism, parental anxiety, and all schools considered questions such as:
- Are we adequately prepared?
- Do our families (and we) understand the facts about the virus? How can we contain premature or unfounded anxiety?
- What happens when the media enters the picture and fans the flames of fear?
- Do we have an emergency plan; will it work?
- Who is on the emergency team? Are they the right people? Who have we missed?
- Who will decide whether the school closes, and when it will re-open?
- Can we communicate effectively with our families? What commercial alert systems have schools used?
- How can we deliver the curriculum to students even when they are not physically at school? Technology - what minimum skills/ preparation must the faculty have to keep students on task? What would remote teaching and learning require? What about administrators and supervisors? What happens to programs such as athletics and the performing arts?
- What if the school must remain closed for a month or a semester? What are the academic, legal and financial implications if we cannot deliver the program to students?
- How can we minimize the confusion of re-entry?
Horace Mann SchoolRepresentatives will speak to the questions listed above in light of the following:
Rye Country Day School
St. David's School
St. Francis Prep School
- What worked exceptionally well?
- What did not work?
- What do you wish you had done differently?
- What have you put in place since the spring that has improved your preparedness?
- What is one thing you would advise your colleagues?
Welcome - John Allman, Head of School, Trinity School
Legal / Financial Issues – Donna Lazarus, Shulte Roth & Zabel LLP School Business Managers
Medical Issues – Mary E. Klotman M.D., Chief, Division of Infectious,
Diseases Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
School Medical Personnel, Nurses
Communications incuding Media Coverage - Suellyn P. Scull, Trinity School, Moderator
AlertNow, School Communications Personnel
Remote Teaching & Learning
Technology Directors and Academic Leaders)
Heads and other Decision Makers
Final Words of Advise