May 24th, 2012 Hundreds of classes cancelled as ACC loses 10,000 students
(PaulWatsonAlexJones) – Infowars has talked to a whistleblower in a senior position at Austin Community College who has divulged that enrollment numbers are collapsing due to students refusing to comply with vaccinations they are told are mandatory in order to take classes.
The ACC administrator told Alex Jones that some 10,000 students have refused to enroll because of their refusal to take inoculations. Although waivers for religious or personal objections are available, the ACC source said students were being given the impression that the inoculations are compulsory.
Indeed, college authorities are lying to students by telling them they will be refused enrolment if they don’t take the shots, according to the source.
This has led to a staggering 15 per cent decline in students enrolling since January and forced ACC to cancel 500 classes over the next semester alone.
When students are asked why they are dropping out or failing to enroll, huge numbers of them are citing the institution’s aggressive vaccination policy. According to the administrator, a similar pattern of dropouts due to students revolting over vaccines is being witnessed across the country.
Our source did not wish to be named but expressed her desire to alert the general public about the fact that the situation had turned into a major crisis for Austin Community College, which is the second largest institution of higher learning in Central Texas.
This is yet another example of how the greed of the pharmaceutical industry, in its quest to profit from an ever growing number of vaccines forced on children and young people, is actually destroying an entire area of the economy.
The process bears some similarities to how the travel industry has been ravaged by aggressive, invasive and pointless security measures directed against tourists by the TSA and other government agencies, measures that cost some $600 billion in lost revenue.
Concerns about the dangers of vaccines have been growing steadily in recent years. A September 2011 Thomson Reuters-NPR Health poll found that one in four Americans believe vaccines are unsafe.
A 2009 Washington Post report found that college students were shunning the H1N1 vaccine because they viewed the virus’s threat as “a-concocted sensation.”