Opportunity is on Our Side - And it's Urgent!
The long and arduous journey to become an Amendment to the US Constitution should produce a universal benefit. As the French philosopher Michel Foucault stated in his lecture and book Society Must Be Defended, governments can never be trusted. We can try to control them as a united force of the People. We can do it through our votes and Amendments, that's how we got the Bill of Rights! It is nevertheless a constant struggle. The control over the biological individual by government is a reality that must end.
The most recent amendments give benefits to the citizens and have universal effects such as The Right to Vote at the Age of Eighteen which passed in 1971 within four months of introduction. When the government passed the Prohibition of Liquor in 1919, it was a universal denial of a right to drink alcohol, the results were devastating, and gave organized underground criminal activity an incentive to enter everyone’s life.
The 19th Amendment vote gave Women the right to vote in 1920 which had a long and arduous journey from the beginning of the US Constitution. The Founders could have originally used the experience of the Native American cultures for universal suffrage or the advocacy of Thomas Paine, Dr. Benjamin Rush and other revolutionaries to include the right to vote for women within the Bill of Rights. It certainly would have created a different journey and history for the United States. That would make an interesting concept for a film.
What followed next was the repeal of the Prohibition Act in 1933 and the realization of the devastation prohibition had on society. It also enabled the government to be involved in everyone’s personal life. Prohibition became a nightmare of new authoritarianism.
During the Era of Prohibition, one witnesses the rise of government enforcement and the struggle between criminal activity and enforcement that has grown into the powerful fourth arm of the government that later morphed into a quiet alliance during World War II with Agencies having power beyond Congress, the Presidency, and the electorate. One also witnesses the establishment of organized crime into now legalized activities. Prohibition of any kind and its accompanying government enforcement by Congressional Amendment is a dangerous path to walk.
The most recent amendments deal with governmental administration and limitation of terms. The elimination of the Poll Tax occurred in 1964 with the passage of the 24th Amendment. Can you imagine it has taken that long to stop certain states from making it difficult for the poor to vote?! Of course not, different tactics are being used today to stop citizens’ right to take part in an election.
The poll tax was a singular element of the 24th Amendment and not a universal freedom that guarantees each citizen a right to vote without governmental interference, it has become antiquated and rather useless except for its singular benefit. It could have been grander and more strongly argued within the courts if worded differently and broadly.
An amendment to the US Constitution needs to be universal, and powerful in its ability to provide future legal protection through the court system. It should not be trivial, selective, or prohibitive. With all the recent proven abuses of the government and its agencies regarding personal health, the Medical Freedom Amendment fulfills these stipulations and goals. It affects every person born, is a protection of personal sovereignty, informed consent, and medical choice and privacy still allowing governmental action when it is specific to a particular individual situation, restricting overreach of authority by also requiring the demonstration of a danger to the health of society and the person's medical condition.
In a sense this Medical Freedom Amendment goes further to limit governmental abuse because of all the other powers that become enforceable with restrictions of medical freedom. It will unfortunately meet strong financially linked opposition from those ensconced in governmental regulation and support of the pharmaceutical industry’s strong financial lobby. The media industry will join that opposition as its survival is often linked to pharmaceutical advertising.
The pharmaceutical industry has become highly financed by government edicts, rules, executive orders, and laws supporting its singular narrow narrative that often imperils the health of the nation and its citizens while enforcing its financial goals. This demonstrates proven and outrageous harm. A tremendous struggle against governmental censorship, destruction of scientific principles and statistical information, biological serfdom, denial of informed consent, and economic warfare must be won by medical freedom.
The Medical Freedom Amendment will have strong support by those who revere the truth and openness of scientific study, oppose scientific censorship, oppose government propaganda, and desire a future of health, well-being, and sovereignty of individual medical biological rights with informed consent. It will help to free up alternative therapeutics that are safe, reasonably priced, and in many cases more effective and without “side effects” (better known in the vernacular as bad effects).
Here is the problem: The Medical Freedom Amendment affects everyone as a personal right. Whenever something affects every citizen, it is a long and arduous journey for passage. We are at this moment in time when necessity and observation prove enactment is required right now! More than ever, with the impending State activities, Federal activities and World Health Organization focusing on the annihilation of this singular sovereign freedom and right of the individual, this option will soon be eliminated in the administrative pages of government authority.
There is no time to waste! The urgency for passage is a requirement to protect our freedom in more ways than just medical. Medical control opens the doors to restrictions of all rights and freedoms. For those who don’t know history, talk to someone who does. The first action of the Nazi government was vaccination and division of the "unclean". Each and every one of us must contact our legislators and act now!
The Medical Freedom Amendment:
"All people have the Right to secure their Health in the manner they choose. Congress, the President, State Legislatures and Executives, Governmental Agencies or Departments shall make no law, rule, regulation, or executive order that impedes the Individual's rights to informed consent nor right to medical choice nor freedom of medical choice. Nor shall the President, Congress, State Legislatures and Executives, Governmental Agencies or Departments make any law, rule, regulation, or executive order that impedes the Individual's right to medical privacy and freedom without individual and specific judicial warrant supported by Oath and affirmation of necessary cause to protect Society from Harm describing the Individual's condition and danger it presents."
Now is the time to come to the aid of protecting your Almighty individual rights and sovereignty! We need to find someone to introduce this amendment to their state and the United States Senate.