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Mary Holland, JD on Mandatory Vaccinations

I think bodily integrity is a fundamental human right, and I think any mandatory medical intervention is a violation of our human rights. I don’t think there’s really any question about that, and the Nuremberg Codes have been updated and updated and updated. We have a UNESCO declaration from 2008.

You have to have informed consent. That means voluntary on a basis of knowledge. Neither one of those things are the case with mandatory vaccines. People don’t have knowledge and people don’t have the choice. If you can’t send your kid to school, and then you’ll be liable for negligence toward your child if your kid doesn’t go to school, that’s not a choice.

So this is a gross violation of human rights, from my perspective.

— Mary Holland, JD



Mary Holland, JD. Silent Epidemic: The Untold Story Of Vaccines (at 21:38). Published on YouTube by Gary Null Sept. 23, 2013.

One Response to Mary Holland, JD on Mandatory Vaccinations

  1. Tony Reply

    November 26, 2015 at 6:26 pm

    It seems like it goes against The Belmont Report, the Helsinki Accord, and the Geneva Convention, too. Not to mention that The Supreme Court flatly declared that “the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment protects the fundamental right of parents to make decisions concerning the care, custody, and control of their children.” (Troxel v. Granville). So totally agree with what you said.

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