Marathons Against Illegal Mandates
Thomas L. Rempfer, Philip Zimbardo
- 528 Pages
- April 30, 2024
- ISBN: 9781648210457
- Imprint: Children's Health Defense Books
- Trim Size: 6in x 9in x 0in
Unyielding tackles a recurring topic of military and national import as a history lesson for future generations. Controversial illegal medical mandates have impacted military populations for many decades, but it was not until the COVID-era that the American people witnessed similar overreach and abuse.
Colonel Thomas “Buzz” Rempfer’s memoir retraces the anthrax vaccine history since it marked the first time the armed forces were slapped with court rulings that condemned premeditated, willful, and illegal experimentation on our nation’s troops. Colonel Rempfer’s impeccable credentials and multiple decades of professional dissent against the illegal conduct provide a valuable example of persistent engagement against the abhorrent treatment of military members by senior leaders who failed to uphold their oaths and stand in the breach as stewards for their subordinate's rights.
The advent of COVID mandates imposed on the entirety of the population from 2020 and beyond gave the American people a taste of the mistreatment previously reserved for our nation’s warriors. Legal protections enacted by the US Congress to guard against medical experimentation, meant to ensure safe, effective, and FDA-approved medical products, were instead manipulated and adulterated to foist onerous mandates on all sectors of society.
The book chronicles the military ethical and educational foundations provided to our armed forces in contrast to their abandonment by senior government and military leaders upon application of those principles. Whereas anthrax vaccine disputes impacted a tiny slice of our citizenry, the lessons not learned wreaked havoc on large segments of American workers with COVID.
Buzz’s decades-long analysis of the breakdowns stands as a unique treatise on the failures by national leaders to heed the ethical, operational, psychological, and risk assessment factors at the core of these enduring clashes. Future generations will sort out the aftermath, but in the meantime Colonel Rempfer’s Unyielding effort attempts to ensure that the lessons are not lost.
Colonel Rempfer served in a retired capacity on the Military Advisory Councils for Representative Ann Kirkpatrick (D-AZ-2d) and the Truth for Health Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity. Tom’s civilian career as a commercial airline pilot included flying the B787, B777, B767, B757, B737 A300, DC10, MD80, and ATR42 aircraft, plus he volunteered with his airline pilot union to assist with aeromedical and disability matters. Buzz continues to crisscross the oceans, never veering from his course, telling his and Russ Dingle’s unyielding story to a captive audience of gracious pilots.
—Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Esq., Author of The Real Anthony Fauci and The Wuhan Cover-Up
“As documented in Colonel Rempfer’s Unyielding, the genetic COVID-19 vaccine mandate on an unwilling fighting force has been a disaster for the US military. By the colossal blunders of ignoring natural immunity and willful blindness to COVID-19 vaccine safety, our military leaders all the way up to the commander in chief will be held accountable and will face justice for the irreparable damage done to the men and women who have dedicated their lives to defending and serving our country. Colonel Rempfer’s Unyielding commands this accountability of senior officials.”
—Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH, Coauthor of Courage to Face Covid-19
“We ask the men and women who serve in the military to risk their lives in defense of our great nation. We have a solemn responsibility to ensure that we never place them in needless danger or treat them as a collective case study in which to conduct mental and physical experiments. Sadly, this has not always been the case, as author Tom Rempfer, Colonel, USAF retired, so clearly points out.”
—Christopher Shays, Member of Congress 1987 to 2009, Chairman of the Government Reform Committee's National Security Subcommittee
“Had our government learned from the 2001 false flag anthrax attacks, likely perpetuated by a military laboratory insider to save the anthrax vaccine program, accountability would have dictated safeguards to preclude a reoccurrence. But we didn't learn, resulting in systemic errors and a mismanaged worldwide pandemic of suspicious origins. Colonel Rempfer’s Unyielding is the history lesson that documents the patterns to ensure it never happens again and that trust might be restored.”
—Harvey A. Risch, MD, PhD; Professor Emeritus and Senior Research Scientist in Epidemiology, Yale School of Public Health
“History will acclaim Unyielding by Col. Thomas Rempfer as the exemplary treatise on governmental crimes, which should never have happened or occur again. It takes great courage to counter massive injustice. We are inspired by this courage that is so eloquently and compellingly written in Unyielding. What is described with the flawed anthrax vaccine mandates should have been recognized to prevent the flawed COVID-19 mandates.”
—George Fareed, MD; Medical Director, Pioneers Health Clinic; Brawley, CA; Harvard Medical School Honors, 1970; Rural California Physician, 2015
“Read and heed Unyielding. It’s born from the principles our nation required of Colonel Rempfer to ensure the integrity and readiness of America’s armed forces. The author’s meritorious victories during decades of professional dissent mirrored the unique heritage of our Air Force and constitutional founders. Buzz lived the code and donned the armor of integrity, which protected him from reprisal. May his call to erase the inequities and punishments over anthrax and COVID mandates unify the compassion of all Americans.”
—Rod Bishop, Lieutenant General, USAF (retired)
“Defending our nation's armed forces was Colonel Buzz Rempfer's job as a fighter pilot. Every American should be grateful that he internalized his oath and used his fighter pilot skills to dutifully attack and help halt illegal mandates.”
—Thomas G. McInerney, Lieutenant General, USAF (retired)
“Unyielding in one word describes Colonel Tom Rempfer’s personal courage during his quest over twenty years to spotlight the physical dangers and injustices created by the mandatory military anthrax and covid vaccinations. Tom’s deep sense of duty compelled him to challenge the mandates coming from higher authorities at great personal career risk. He came under intense pressure throughout this ordeal, but he never compromised his deep sense of duty to stand tall in the face of fire as his inspiring book chronicles. Tom’s quest is to seek the facts and the truth and hold people accountable who intentionally ignore the “truth.” Colonel Rempfer was not only a warrior in the air, but more importantly, a warrior in the moral fight for what is right versus wrong.”
—Joe Arbuckle, Major General, US Army (retired)
“Buzz Rempfer shacks the target in his memoir, Unyielding! As the USAFs first pilot-physician to fly the F-22 Raptor, I know firsthand that fighter pilots are the first to admit their mistakes, and the debrief is where our lessons are learned and corrected regardless of rank. We have a tenacious commitment to excellence. Buzz once again hits the nail on the head and recognizes that doctors ‘debrief’ but often less transparently than fighter pilots. If there’s one thing I learned as a dual qualified asset, it’s that physicians and public policymakers should remember their oaths respectively—first, do no harm; and second, support and defend the Constitution of the United States. Buzz upheld his oath!
—Jay T. Flottmann, MD, USAF (retired); Pilot-Physician (F-15C, F-22, T-38)
“Men of Honor. They were who I sought to emulate during my lifelong journey in uniform. The truest virtue of a warrior is revealed in his story. When you find those warriors like Col. Tom “Buzz” Rempfer, you will know a man of honor stands.”
—LTC Pete Chambers, DO (Ret.) US Army (retired), Special Operations Flight Surgeon, Green Beret
“Colonel “Buzz” Rempfer is a model leader; principled, self-sacrificing, professional, and unyielding in his pursuit of truth. His intestinal fortitude and ability to assiduously sift through the myriad minefields of law, corruption, and intransigent leadership produced a masterpiece. I firmly believe his analysis will be utilized to educate future generations of military leadership.”
—Scott Keller, DSS, Lieutenant Colonel USMC/USAF (retired) (B-787/777/767/757, MD-80, TA-4, F-5/16/18)