Liberty Activist Explains How to Assert Your Right to Refuse a Mandatory Coronavirus Vaccine
Even prior to the founding of the United States, our laws have been rooted in the idea of natural rights. As opposed to the government-granted privileges of past monarchies, natural rights are innate, granted to everyone by God, and cannot be given—only taken away.
Supreme among these are the rights to bodily autonomy and medical choice. Nobody, certainly no government can vaccinate or force a healthy person to take medicine without their permission.
Unfortunately, we’re hearing a lot these days about mandatory vaccinations for the coronavirus. Bill Gates recently stated that the only way to ‘return to normal’ is for ‘7 billion healthy people’ to receive a new vaccine.
Both Trump and NIH Director Fauci have sadly echoed this claim in recent weeks; on Fox News this Thursday, Donald Trump expressed that the military was being ‘mobilized’ to vaccinate ‘most of the population’ by the end of the year.
“We’re of the assumption that by the end of the year we’re going to have a vaccine, and then we have to be able to give it, to use it on most of our population.” – Donald Trump [SOURCE]
However, most vaccines take years to complete; you may not want to receive a vaccine with very limited safety testing. Or, you may want to avoid them for a whole slough of other reasons including harmful ingredients, the use of genetic materials from aborted babies, or simply credible distrust of our institutions.
Currently, we don’t even know if a vaccine would work, or if the virus mutates quickly enough to avoid detection like the common cold.
Whether or not you believe in vaccination, it’s hard to deny the importance that government respects our bodily rights. Jerry Day, a liberty activist with a focus on mandatory inoculations and smart meters, explains what he believes should be done if one is being coerced into receiving a jab against their will.
“The first thing we must do is state our position clearly and on the record to those people who administer vaccines. We are certainly not protected if we haven’t even stated our position. You will see links to two free download documents at FreedomTaker.com. The first document is a requirement that all medical service and vaccine providers sign for you, to acknowledge the risks of vaccines, that they are causing that risk by offering vaccines, and that they accept full personal liability to pay for all damage they cause by administering a vaccine.
Of course, if vaccines were safe and effective, they would not hesitate to sign a liability agreement… [but] they know they are doing harm, so most likely, they will refuse to sign that document, and refuse to be responsible for the harm they cause. That refusal to sign is evidence that they know that vaccines have risk, and you therefore are fully within your rights to refuse the vaccine regardless of any legal mandates. That type of document is referred to as a ‘Conditional Acceptance.’ You agree to have a vaccine if they agree to pay for all damage you suffer. They will refuse to sign it. And that gives you the right to refuse their vaccine, because they failed to meet your reasonable requirements of safety.” – Jerry Day [SOURCE]
I’m not a lawyer and I don’t expect you to take this as legal advice without having discussed it with one first, however, requiring your doctor to accept any damages which occur as a result of their own medical intervention is a creative way to assert your right to choose. If the vaccine is safe, why wouldn’t they sign it?
It is more important than ever before to fight for our right to choose which medical treatments we get. If we lose this liberty now, we likely won’t get it back.
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Phillip Schneider is a student as well as a staff writer and assistant editor for Waking Times. If you would like to see more of his work, you can visit his website, or follow him on the free speech social network Minds.
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