Monday, September 13, 2021

Medical Experimentation and Collective Punishment Are War Crimes

Before "Hope and change" replaced the Scientific Method, not only did the medical community know the difference between males and females, but also vaccinations actually conferred immunity.

As long as we're considering technical definitions, maybe it's time to consult long-standing international agreements on the protection of human rights and the prosecution of war crimes.

Let's put aside whether, in their rush to "Vaccinate" the world, medical bureaucrats have sufficiently "Enlightened" patients as to all the health hazards that might be reasonably expected to come from an experimental treatment because the usual long-term studies that track potentially harmful side-effects of new treatments over the course of ten or more years were thrown out the window so governments could quickly jab their citizens without much scrutiny.

Rather, let's highlight what the Nuremberg Code says about consent: it must be free from "Force, fraud, deceit, duress, overreaching, or other ulterior form of constraint or coercion." Does this set off any alarm bells for ethicists concerned about not following in the footsteps of Nazi medical science or treating civilians as guinea pigs for experimental research? Is it possible that Herr Biden's angry threats against healthy citizens for not partaking in his medical research might amount to "Duress" or "Coercion"? Let's see - jab this in your arm, or we will fire you, render you unemployable, threaten the financial survival of you and your family, and maybe leave you destitute and homeless.

Ding, ding, ding! Talk about "Overreach"! Surely, threatening people with economic destruction if they won't submit to medical experimentation is the exact kind of government "Force" the war crimes tribunal at Nuremberg was trying to prevent in the future.

Here we are, seventy-five years later, and medical experimentation is back in style.

Regardless, if threatening the livelihoods of a group of people for refusing to submit to forced government injections of an experimental treatment doesn't constitute "Collective punishment" and a crime against humanity, then the door to future war crimes is wide open. 

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