Religious Freedom

Religious Freedom is Under Attack Nationwide from Big Pharma

Religious Freedom is Under Attack Nationwide from Big Pharma. Ask Your Religious Leader to Rise Up. Protect Your First Amendment Rights!

TEN THESES

“Out of love and zeal for clarifying the truth,”* and the need to protect the sanctity of our religious beliefs, each religious community should discuss the following items prior to surrendering an important religious right to a Pharmaceutical Industry marketing campaign.

Religious Freedom

The Pharmaceutical Industry currently seeks to remove religious freedom in multiple states.

Ten items which should be discussed before surrendering religious freedoms:

1. Production for some vaccines involves use of aborted fetal cells.

2. Vaccine manufacturing production involves the use material from other species (cows, pigs, chickens, monkeys, etc) creating the potential for contamination with the DNA of other species.

3. The 6th Commandment is Thou shalt not kill. Vaccines can kill. More than 600 vaccine deaths have been compensated under Vaccine Injury Compensation Act.

The potential connection between vaccination and SIDS has never been adequately studied.

4. The 5th Commandment instructs society to honor thy father and thy mother. Substituting the beliefs of “the state” over the religious beliefs of parents dishonors them in violation of the 5th Commandment.

5. The 9th Commandment prohibits bearing false witness against your neighbors.

Drug companies, public health officials, and the media routinely bear false witness by exaggerating the benefits of vaccination and minimizing the risks.

6. Vaccines are legally classified as “unavoidably unsafe”. Vaccine manufacturers have liability protection BECAUSE their products are unavoidably unsafe.

Yet the pharmaceutical industry and the government bear false witness, marketing vaccines as “safe and effective”.

7. Measles is not a “deadly” disease in the United States. No one has died in the US from measles since 2003.

But pharmaceutical industry marketing campaigns create false media hysteria around “deadly” measles to scare legislators into taking away important religious freedom rights.

8. Evidence of vaccine safety is utterly lacking. Five years ago CDC Whisteblower Dr William Thompson said that the culture of corruption at the CDC “set (vaccine) research 10 years behind.”

In 2019, the false witness by the CDC has set safety research 15 years behind.

9. Vaccines cause regressive autism in an unknown number of children. Vaccines can also cause seizure disorders, MS, brain damage, and autoimmune and cardiac injuries. Omitting these risks bears false witness.

10. Mandatory vaccination violates the principles of The Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights, which states that the individual takes priority over the state and that prior, free and informed consent are required before administering a vaccine.

[No government can force anyone who has reached legal adulthood to be vaccinated for any reason – we are protected by the Nuremberg Code].

Drug companies bear false witness by omitting information about known side effects and biotheics standards in the pursuit of increased sales.

*quote from Martin Luther, 95 Theses (1517)

The First Amendment’s freedom of religion is sacred. We should not easily surrender our existing religious freedoms to the state. The word vaccine is from the Latin “vacca”, meaning cow. The infant and child drug program, often called the vaccine program, has been a sacred cow for too long.

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Article 3 – Human dignity and human rights

  1. Human dignity, human rights and fundamental freedoms are to be fully respected.
  2. The interests and welfare of the individual should have priority over the sole interest of science or society.

Article 6 – Consent

  1. Any preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic medical intervention is only to be carried out with the prior, free and informed consent of the person concerned, based on adequate information. The consent should, where appropriate, be express and may be withdrawn by the person concerned at any time and for any reason without disadvantage or prejudice.