Saturday, March 15, 2008

The question "who owns you?" has been solved in Belgium where clearly, the government owns your body and can tell you what to do with it. The power of pharmacological enslavement in the hands of government is a dangerous thing. The Right to Life, Liberty and Property is not enjoyed by citizens of many countries on this planet, perhaps even our own, as evidenced by the lack of biological autonomy in the selection and use of alternative medicines. Why doesn't Bush invade Belgium to restore property rights there? I suppose waffles are not as valuable as petrochemicals.

Do you have a RIGHT to refuse medical intervention of the vaccination kind? Normally in the U.S., the answer is yes. Last year, however, some "bio-terror and pandemic" emergency legislation passed which would make it a crime to refuse shots and anti-viral drugs. At the very least, you may be subject to house arrest for refusing pharmaceutical influence. If it elevates, you could be subject to quarantine in a government camp for vaccination refusniks.

How Americans have lost their love of liberty that they would allow government to disregard inalienable rights in this way is no mystery to me. All that had to be done was institute free "mandatory" government education (public schools) and replace nutrition with drugs. It would only be a matter of time before we would beg to be taken care of by government. How else would you explain the fanatical support for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama? And what of the warfare state in perpetuity guaranteed by McCain? A nutritionally sound populace has no need for welfare or warfare. War is the health of the state and evidence of the disease of the people. You can kill the microbes (bloody revolution) or make them go on a starvation fast (peaceful revolution). More importantly, you can support the one man still running for president that understands the true cause of our national disease and its appropriate cure (read: the Constitution), known currently as The Ron Paul rEVOLution.

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