Emergencies: Can We Be Force-Vaccinated?
Presented for educational purposes only, not intended to be legal advice. Consult an attorney experienced in these matters for legal advice on your situation.
International health authorities are now assuring us that the next pandemic is coming. When it does, whether real or fake, states of emergency will again be declared. Whenever that occurs, our rights change dramatically. Government authorities create pandemics so they can declare emergencies, as that gives them broad new “legal” authority to exert immense control over populations. This authority includes the ability to mandate vaccines over our objections. But can they forcibly vaccinate us against our will? There are both legal and practical parts to the answer.
First, like it or not, we don’t always have the right to decide what we put in our bodies. The rationale is that your vaccine status affects others. This isn’t supported by real science, but it doesn’t have to be. Real science is ignored or suppressed, then fake science is asserted, because that’s how you hide and advance a criminal control agenda. Research showing that herd immunity doesn’t apply to vaccinated populations isn’t allowed to interfere with corrupt power, nor is the fact that there are more vaccinated people lacking immunity than exempt people because vaccines don’t work in everyone and vaccine immunity wanes over time. The goal here isn’t health, it’s money and power. So, facts are replaced by narratives, and a criminal agenda continually advances, seen for what it is by too few to stop it.
But while we can’t rely on current law to protect us in any given situation, that’s still the critical starting point, because sometimes, it works, at least temporarily. With that in mind, keep in mind that health law is supposed to be applied in the least restrictive manner. For example, kids with religious exemptions for school enrollment don’t have to get vaccinated if there’s an outbreak in school, they just have to stay home until authorities say it’s safe to come back to school. In theory, this protects both the community’s health and the parent’s religious beliefs. (But see Why Excluding Exempt Children is Illegal.)
But is it legal to forcefully hold someone down and vaccinate them against their will in a declared emergency? A clear legal answer to this would require citing a law addressing this specific question—a statute or regulation, or perhaps a constitutional section—and having legal precedent telling supporting the application of such law in our favor. It’s not enough to say “I have a Constitutional right”; Constitutional rights can be restricted or overridden where government health officials determine that the exercise of the right poses a serious risk of harm. (See Constitution Confusion for more about the boundaries of Constitutional rights.) However, to the best of my knowledge, we don’t have laws and legal precedent answering the “can we be forcefully vaccinated” question. Questions of law remain “undecided” until there is law giving us a clear answer. But we have a potential legal argument against forced vaccination whenever there’s a less restrictive way for government to achieve its goal.
During the 2009-10 swine flu “pandemic,” a high school student was held down and vaccinated at school against his and his mother’s wishes. The lawsuit that followed lost because the act occurred during a declared emergency. I don’t think the case was appealed, so no formal legal precedent was generated. But I respectfully disagree with the ruling because a less restrictive means was available: The student could have been excluded from school. But herein lies an important practical reality. Officials don’t always behave lawfully, and they can’t always be held accountable when they don’t. This is particularly true in vaccine matters, as most people are victims of the vaccine mass psychosis—they believe vaccines are necessary, safe, and effective. Underlying this is a powerful subconscious fear of disease death that drives their conscious level perceptions and behaviors. They ignore law (wittingly or not) to “save the community.” (See Fear vs. Knowledge to learn how manipulation psychology works on both sleeper and aware communities). Worse, when pharma elite deem it necessary, they can bribe or coerce government officials, including judges, legislators, and others to get their desired outcome, because, at the end of the day, the law doesn’t apply to them. Power—not safety, science, or law—drives their agenda. They are above the law. Our lack of clarity on this point keeps us going back to corrupt systems seeking non-corrupt outcomes, but we only get them when a “win” for us serves them. Our few wins serve them by keeping us stuck in the cycle of returning to corrupt systems seeking non-corrupt outcomes (e.g., we lose most of the big cases).
Nevertheless, our best starting point is to be clear about our rights. This requires making a critical distinction between what we want our rights to be or think they ought to be, and what they actually are. There is often a huge difference between the two! We should have the right to decide what to put into our own bodies, but we don’t always have that right with vaccines. A further complication is that we often mistakenly trust people who mean well but who lack legal expertise. The best information in any field comes from those with formal training and in-depth experience whether it’s medicine, science, or law, for example. We must recognize that our community is constantly bombarded with legal disinformation, and that it’s designed by experts who know how to suck us in—all of us. (See Vaccine Legal Disinformation for more on this.) Bottom line, anytime legal information doesn’t come from a legal expert, we should be cautious; anytime we’re unsure, consult a legal expert.
Moving on, people aren’t likely to be scared enough to try to forcibly vaccinate someone unless there’s a declared emergency. But remember: Emergencies can be declared whether they’re real or not, as covid has shown us more dramatically than any other time in history. And real or not, once an emergency is declared, our rights change. Government health and disaster authorities have broad authority to do whatever they deem necessary to address emergency situations, and that includes mandating vaccines over our objections. And when people are scared for their lives, they will protect themselves first, so when people are scared enough, force-vaccination is likely to occur whether it’s legal or not. You can’t reason with fear. “Everyone” knows the authorities are “right.” What behind this is a powerful, subconscious fear of disease death that “protects” and defends false narratives. Once a false narrative is sufficiently anchored to a subconscious fear of death, we are perceived as “dangerous,” a problem that must be “dealt with” to “protect society.” You can’t reason with someone on the conscious rational level when their beliefs are anchored to an implanted subconscious fear of death (which is how manipulation works). The “psyoped” masses literally push away truth to save their lives on a subconscious emotional level. They’re not careless, stupid, or lacking in critical thinking skills. They literally can’t hear us. (Fear vs. Knowledge.) When we effectively address that subconscious fear, people will awaken to truth much faster.
So, your best first line of defense may be to articulate a clear legal right. In a declared emergency, health authorities can order vaccines, but they can also order quarantine (technically, only if one has been recently exposed, to see if the person develops symptoms) and isolation (technically, only when a person has symptoms). That is, there are almost always “less restrictive means” by which they can accomplish their goals, and that gives us something to argue should we be faced with an emergency vaccine order (as many of us will no doubt be encountering in the near future; the goal is “everyone” and “no exemptions.” Heads up, people!). So, if a local health official and deputy sheriff show up at your door and say, “here’s your vaccine ordered by the health department,” you could try a polite, “no thank you,” or “I’m sorry, but that’s against my religious beliefs.” But if they persist, you might ask: “Can you please show me the statute or regulation that gives you authority to vaccinate me over my objection?” or “…against my religious beliefs?” or “Would you please show me a copy of the order?” If you have a medical contraindication supported by a medical doctor, all the better, as that may be more likely to get their cooperation. Be sure to keep an extra copy of the doctor letter or medical record handy so you can offer that if the issue comes up. Finally, if your state has a law requiring the “least restrictive means,” you could offer that (get a copy!), but if not, you might nevertheless ask: “Isn’t the health department supposed to achieve its goals in the least restrictive manner?” And then add: “I’m/We’re willing to quarantine here at home until you tell us the danger has passed.” There are other potential legal and practical considerations here, but that’s a start.
I do not recommend being argumentative, because as soon as they become defensive, they shut down and the discussion is over, and they may have the power to lock you up if you don’t comply. Getting someone’s cooperation requires first establishing a connection, which means finding common ground; and that can only be accomplished by starting where they are, not where you want them to be. If the first thing you say is, “Thank you for your work to protect the community,” you validate them, make them feel good, and that may provide a connection that you can build on. If you start with, “vaccines are dangerous and killing everyone,” you establish that you are “crazy,” and that they may need to use force to “deal with this nutcase.” Remember: Manipulated people literally can’t hear us! In other words, these situations are not about being right, they’re about being successful, about achieving a particular end-result. If you insist on being right, you may substantially undermine your chances of reaching your desired end-result. This is not the time to try to awaken someone (unless you first discover they are open to that, but that’s rare); it’s a time to recognize what is and isn’t likely to work in the moment, and then doing what is. BIG difference!
Friends, at the end of the day, the real science and law don’t apply to the elite. No covid shot mandate in the U.S. was ever legal. The early mandates were carried out with Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) vaccines that, by law, couldn’t be legally mandated; and proper licensing procedures were never followed. Indeed, the entire history of vaccine policy and law has been based on skewed or fake science, so it’s been fraudulent the whole time. Vaccines have never been scientifically or legally valid. It’s all about money and power. Corrupt policies are advanced beneath a veneer of “science” and “legal” because that’s required to hide the ongoing advancement of the underlying criminal control agenda. The real target for activism work is that control. Decades of ever-greater activism work have always been met, overall, with an ever-advancing agenda. 30 years of pre-covid vaccine deaths and disabilities are estimated to be less than 1% of those caused by covid vaccines in the past two years. We’re not winning, people; we’re losing far worse than ever. But there is a way to address the underlying corrupt power that can free up all of our activism work, enabling a genuine breakthrough to finally turn the pharma ship around, once and for all. More on that soon…
Alan Phillips, J.D.
Vaccine Rights Legal Expert
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