Only you have the final say on what’s best for you.
Our medical decisions used to be personal choices. Laws like HIPAA protected you from criticism and shielded you from scrutiny by the general public. But all that changed in 2020, when the public was warned of the dangers of a pandemic caused by a novel coronavirus. Before long, we came to believe that the health of individuals was everybody’s problem and everybody’s business.
But is that really true? In an age where consent is highly valued, we understand that the body is a sacred, inviolable temple, accessible only to you and the people you choose to share it with. The right to do what you believe is best for your body is a core, fundamental human right. This right is recognized by many major religions and philosophies, as well as by the Geneva Conventions of 1949.
You can’t have public health without healthy individuals.
The individual is the smallest minority. If the individual doesn’t have rights, nobody has rights. But today, vaccine mandates threaten to violate the rights of the individual. If you can’t choose what goes into your body, what can you choose?