COVID-19 Vaccination

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The Reader's Turn
The Reader's Turn
September 12, 2021 Updated: September 12, 2021

I am referring to the Epoch Times Southern California article on Sept. 1–7, 2021, page 1, “California Nurses Seeking Exemptions Face Extreme Duress,” which I read with great interest. It is excellent that “Tom” is taking on this courageous and complicated task of sorting through the various hurdles that have been placed for gaining “exemptions” to COVID “vaccinations” that are against the consent of a sizable consistency. This, however, should not be necessary.

Although it would seem that we have, for the most part, lost many of our constitutional rights—including even the right to vote—as far as I know, international codes that have been agreed upon by the nations of the world, particularly following World War II, are still in effect in the United States. Coercing us to take these shots, in pain of losing our livelihood or suffer discrimination in terms, for example, of attending events is obviously in violation of The Informed Consent Declaration of Helsinki, The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights Treaty, and, especially, the Nuremberg Code. According to the rights, especially for the Nuremberg Code, obtained by these international agreements, one should simply be able to state that one has informed oneself and is not agreeing to participate in the clinical trials of an experimental medical intervention—that one, in fact, is not giving one’s “informed consent.” End of discussion.

 

Nancy van Deusen, Ph.D.

California

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