Forced Vaccinations = Medical Tyranny

Supporters of forced vaccinations argue that the greater good is served by forcing vaccinations in situations where the threat of an outbreak is great. Individual rights are brushed aside in the interest of the greater good. This should send chills up our spines as similar logic has been used to provide moral cover for crimes throughout human history.

The UN already claims to have this power over 194 countries:

The International Health Regulations (IHR) pursuant to Article 21 of the Constitution of WHO came into force in June 2007 and allow the General-Director of WHO to declare an international health emergency. In such a case, the Director-General can impose regulations, including “sanitary and quarantine requirements and other procedures designed to prevent the international spread of disease”, also travel restrictions. In the event of WHO declaring a pandemic, WHO has the authority to order forced vaccinations around the world.

All 194 signatory countries to IHR must comply. A list of countries which have signed the WHO Constitution can be found under this link.

In the US, the public is being conditioned to believe that:


Will You Vote for a Tyrant?

“Why should I trade one tyrant three thousand miles away for three thousand tyrants one mile away?”

That quote by Mel Gibson’s character in The Patriot stuck with me ever since the first time I saw the movie. Again and again I ask myself, “is that what we have done, really?”

I am sad to say that is exactly what we have done.  Whether Conservative or Liberal, Republican or Democrat, on the left or on the right, we have traded one tyrant for thousands of democratically elected tyrants, but tyrants still.  Various political groups ( you pick a political party) tell us to vote their chosen candidates into office, and they will protect us from (pick the opposing political party), you know those people , the ones who want to control what you do, what you say, what you eat, drink, smoke, where you work and decide whether or not you receive medical care.  So, you volunteer your time, energy, and money to help elect “their candidate.”  Once that’s accomplished, we (good people) will be safe from them (bad people), and, in fact, we (good people) will be able to turn the tide in our favor and make them (bad people) do what we (good people) know is the right thing, whatever it may be.

Really, is that it?  Is that all there is to saving our country, throwing out their group and electing our group because our group holds the moral high ground?


Alaska Bill Would Criminalize Invasive TSA Pat Downs

by Paul Joseph Watson, InfoWars

A bill introduced by Alaska lawmaker and TSA grope victim Rep. Sharon Cissna would criminalize both invasive pat downs and body scans that produce naked images conducted by the federal agency, setting the stage for another states’ rights battle with the government.

When Texas lawmakers tried to pass a similar law last year, the federal government threatened to enforce a no fly zone over the Lone Star State, and the measure was eventually defeated after a lengthy legislative struggle.

Cissna was barred from flying by the TSA after an incident at SEA-TAC International Airport last yearduring which she refused to undergo an intrusive pat down after she had already passed through a naked body scanner. The scan results showed scars from her breast cancer surgery, prompting TSA officials to insist she undergo secondary screening.

“Facing the agent I began to remember what my husband and I’d decided after the previous intensive physical search. That I never had to submit to that horror again!” she said. “It would be difficult, we agreed, but I had the choice to say no, this twisted policy did not have to be the price of flying to Juneau.”

The bill introduced by Cissna, HB 262, states;