The laws should be changed to protect our freedoms. At the very least legislation specifically aimed at the government’s and FDA’s jurisdiction over natural substances for the treatment of degenerative diseases and cancer, and their jurisdiction over our freedom to make sure that all of the food we eat and the substances that are contained in the food is labeled, including foods containing GMO, so that we know exactly what we are putting in our mouths. As well, to have the freedom to choose what we put into our bodies and what we allow to be done to our person and family in regard to every aspect of medical care. This would definitely include the prevention of the use of forced vaccinations.
These contested freedoms will only be established, or in many cases reestablished, since they have been taken away, if we have a strong and unified electorate with a nation wide influence over our legislature to have a more intense, honest and trustworthy diligence to stand up for and fight for our human rights and dignity against the power brokers of our nation. Our generation must challenge the present powerful structure of our government to create, or recreate what we have lost: the particular freedoms and liberty that is meaningful and necessary for our time on earth. Whether or not we win or reestablish this generations timely freedoms depends on our collective diligence and unwavering determination; it rests on our shoulders! We MUST WIN this for our generation and perpetuate these freedoms for future generations. The reason America became a nation was the human desire and need for personal FREEDOMS.
There are more of us alive right now than the total of all those born from the beginning of time to the beginning of this century. We should not discard the challenge of Dr. Rush’s advice from 1776. If we fail to realize that medical freedom is as important or possibly more important, at this time in our history, than other freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights, then before even another decade more human beings will have died of cancer than the total of all men who have lived on this earth. And sad to say this will happen in a period when the “cure” for cancer is known and is well documented in the scientific literature. We are not allowed the medical freedom to utilize what we know!
The possibility of some revision in our Constitution might not be as extreme as it sounds. As Dr. Benjamin Rush of Philadelphia – one of the signers of the declaration of independence and also a member of the Continental Congress, surgeon general of Washington’s army, and probably the preeminent American physician of his day – had encouraged his associates and colleagues to include “medical liberty” in the First Amendment.
At the time the Declaration of Independence was drafted he wrote: “unless we put medical freedom into the Constitution, the time will come when medicine will organize into an undercover dictatorship… To restrict the art of healing to one class of men and deny equal privileges to others will constitute the Bastille of medical science. All such laws are un-American and despotic… And have no place in a republic… The constitution of this Republic should make special provision for medical freedom as well as religious freedom.”
Dr. Rush’s prediction in 1776, more that two centuries ago is now a painful reality.