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. http://www.who.int/countries/en/
In the US, the public is being conditioned to believe that:
1- The likelihood of a major outbreak is increasing with time.
2- The government knows what is best and will only use the power to force vaccines when it is absolutely necessary.
3- Those who refuse to accept or administer vaccines are a menace and risk to society but the government knows how to deal with them. Sad though the collateral damage is, it’s for the greater good.
Concerned citizens should act to educate their neighbors.
The issue is getting more attention lately on the heels of a newly released film. I encourage you to watch the trailer.
I personally know a father and family whose life has been forever changed by the consequences of vaccine related side effects. The numbers of vaccines and thus the number of side affects are climbing quickly. The science is debatable on whether they are safe, effective, necessary, or wise.
How can we, as people of decency and faith, condone the idea that parents are morally obligated by their debt to society or to their governing authorities to subject their children to something that could hurt or kill them?
Today most churches are silent on this issue, but the spiritual texts of our Judeo Christian tradition are not.
As individuals, are we expected and empowered to follow our conscience on health matters?
Daniel 1:5 & 8 The king appointed for them a daily ration from the king’s choice food and from the wine which he drank, and appointed that they should be educated three years, at the end of which they were to enter the king’s personal service. … But Daniel made up his mind that he would not defile himself with the king’s choice food or with the wine which he drank.
As parents, are we expected and empowered to resist plunder and harm against our homes and families?
Mark 3:27 But no one can enter the strong man’s house and plunder his property unless he first binds the strong man, and then he will plunder his house.
As fellow citizens, are we expected and empowered to defend others when their right to life is under attack?
Proverbs 24:11 Rescue those being led away to death; hold back those staggering toward slaughter.
Additional scriptures outlining the right to conscientious objection to taking vaccines can be found here.
Today, politicians of both dominant parties are consistently eroding individual rights to health care decisions and charitable international relief organizations are providing vaccinations to the needy and defenseless, sometimes at gunpoint.
The founding fathers were not silent on the issue of medical freedom.
“Unless we put medical freedom into the Constitution, the time will come when medicine will organize into an undercover dictatorship to restrict the art of healing to one class of Men and deny equal privileges to others; the Constitution of the Republic should make a Special privilege for medical freedoms as well as religious freedom.” ― Dr. Benjamin Rush
”Freedom is not a gift bestowed upon us by other men, but a right that belongs to us by the laws of God and nature.” Benjamin Franklin
The constitution is not silent on the issue.
Tenth Amendment – The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
Clearly healthcare is not in the enumerated powers.
Today, some are introducing legislation to explicitly clarify healthcare rights at the state level of government.
Benjamin Rush Amendment Project http://www.rush2013.com/
“The People and any lawful inhabitant, resident, or sojourner of the state of (Your state) shall have freedom of choice and practice of any health or medical care modalities as they deem in their own personal best interest and judgment.”
To sit silently by and let forced vaccinations become a widespread reality is to betray past and future generations.
Past generations – Were the Jews merely provided mandatory health services by the Nazis? What if the Nazis re-branded the ovens as saunas and the gas chambers as breathing treatments? Would the Jews have been morally obligated to submit to their governing authorities for the greater good?
Future generations – will your children and grandchildren enjoy the same rights that you and I have taken for granted for too long? Those rights didn’t come without a price and neither will continued healthcare freedom.
The bottom line on forced vaccinations and healthcare freedom
1) At the end of the day, forced vaccinations grants some men unlimited power over the lives and health of other men. (What could possibly go wrong?)
2) The media, the churches, and in general the public are in danger of complicity because of their silence on this important ethical issue.
3) Individuals, like you dear reader, can make a huge difference by raising the level of public debate on this issue, by standing up for your rights, for others rights, and for the rights of future generations.
Engage. Speak up. Resist. Having done all…stand.
“It is the duty of the patriot to protect his country from its government.” Thomas Paine