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Legally mandated vaccination or "forced vaccination" has long understood to be a grievous infringement of freedom, but has been carried out in some countries, including in the US.[1][2] Mandatory vaccination of children has been the law in most countries for a long time, starting in Britain in the late 19th century[3], while forcible vaccinations of adults is a rare occurrence, generally seen as medically unethical - at least until the Covid-19 vaccine is rolled out.

De facto mandation

Vaccines have regularly been made de facto mandatory in environments where existing power relations are highly imbalanced. Even if people are offered a theoretical chance to refuse, extreme pressures can brought to bear on them to try to compel them to submit. Employers might threaten to fire workers who did not submit to vaccination. Schools or other organisations might expel members who do not comply.

Soldiers are trained to be unflinchingly obedient, are generally young and in good physical health, so have been used the limits of what the human body can endure. In 1942, all military personnel received typhoid, smallpox, and tetanus vaccines, and soldiers who refused vaccination were subject to court-martials—a military legal principle originating in World War I and continuing to this day.[4]

In the Gulf War, soldiers developed so-called "Gulf War Syndrome". This was arguably also related to depleted uranium and/or exposure to other WMD, but many soldiers were given a lot of experimental vaccines, some under the pretext that they would protect them against Iraq's (phoney) WMDs.


There are some international legal principles that apply. The Nuremberg Code, is a set of ethical principles introduced as part of the verdict in 1946 in the Doctors' trial of the Nuremberg Tribunal after WW2. The Code, created after the horrors of the Nazi German medical experiments, states as its first principle that[5]:

Voluntary consent is essential.

This principle was continued and expanded in the UNESCO Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights, adopted by acclamation[6] at the UNESCO General Conference on 19 October 2005,[7], where it states in Article 3.2, that:

  • "The interests and welfare of the individual should have priority over the sole interest of science or society."

and article 6.1, that:

  • "Any preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic medical intervention is only to be carried out with the prior, free and informed consent of the person concerned, based on adequate information. The consent should, where appropriate, be express and may be withdrawn by the person concerned at any time and for any reason without disadvantage or prejudice."

The UNESCO principles were incorporated in national law by some jurisdictions[Which?][citation needed], but is not a binding international treaty. Although accepted as a part of basic human rights by all UN member states in 2005, the declaration is expected to be ignored in the push for a Covid-19 mandatory vaccine.


Historically, many jurisdictions have recognised a religious exemption as valid groups to refuse a vaccination, although in 2021 some rolled back this option.[8]


1898-1904 Smallpox epidemic

In 1901, smallpox vaccinations were carried out at gunpoint in the US. During a 1901 smallpox vaccination raid in New York, 250 officers arrived at a Little Italy tenement house in the middle of the night and set about vaccinating everyone they could find. "There were scenes of policemen holding down men in their night robes while vaccinators began their work on their arms.[9]"[10]

In Middlesboro, Kentucky, the police and a group of vaccinators went into an African-American section of town, rounded up people outside this home, handcuffed the men and women and vaccinated them at gunpoint.

The battle between the government and the vocal anti-vaccinators was decided in a landmark 1902 Supreme Court decision, where the Supreme Court upheld the right of a state to order a vaccination for its population during an epidemic to protect the people from a devastating disease.

A 1902 US Supreme Court ruling "upheld the right of a state to order a vaccination for its population during an epidemic to protect the people from a devastating disease", although other restrictions were placed on this practice, conceding that vaccines are "unavoidably unsafe."[11]

Childhood Vaccinations

"Evil parents want the worst for their children" - The BBC. This was part of an article published on 4 September 2021, days before the UK chief medical officers will make the decision whether or not to inject healthy children with the COVID-19/Vaccine.[12]

Vaccination of children has been mandatory in many (most) countries for a long time. For example, Prussia (Germany) introduced a mandatory vaccine for children against smallpox in 1874.[13].

The general trend is ever more vaccines being mandatory, with a sharp increase after 1990[citation needed]. More recently, from 2018, parents in France were legally obliged to vaccinate their children[14]. The same year, Italy banned non-vaccinated children from attending state schools.[15], following a July 2017 law change which extended the number of mandatory vaccines from four to 10 vaccines for those aged 0–16 years[16].

Many jurisdictions gives the parents a possibility to say no to vaccination of their children[17], normally on religious grounds. A noticeable trend the last decade has been the restriction of this right, as the rhetoric against 'anti-vaxxers' heat up.

A bill passed in Washington DC October 2020, will give children as young as age 11 the right to get vaccinations against their parent's wishes and without their parents knowing, as long as the children get "age-appropriate" information.[18]

Until June 2016, California recognised personal beliefs to the except that they may offer an exemption from otherwise mandated vaccines. Reporting on vaccination rates in California, CNN reported in December 2015 that "Vaccine exemption percentages were higher in mostly white, high-income neighbourhoods such as Orange County, Santa Barbara and parts of the Bay Area."[19] In June 2015, California was passing legislation to ban unvaccinated kids from attending public schools.[20]

During COVID, promoted by the CCM. The BBC for example, has repeated government talking points.[21]

US 2015 and 2019 campaign for mandation

In February 2015 the US Department of Health and Human Services announced "The Adult Immunization Plan" which aims "to reduce racial and ethnic health disparities includes a measure to increase the percentage of the minority population who receive the seasonal influenza vaccination." It also stated that "All healthcare professionals must ensure that adult patients are fully immunized." It was criticised by some as being a step towards compulsory immunization.[22]

In 2015, a coordinated campaign kicked off to mandate vaccines across the United States[23], initially justified by a small measles outbreak that occurred in California at the end of 2014[24]. No one died, but the media started a hysterical campaign about it, and before long SB277, a bill mandating vaccines in California, was proposed. After this, vaccine mandates were pushed across the country, where in all cases, regardless of the public protest or testimony given against the bills. after SB277 passed, which also led to the demand for medical exemptions to vaccination to increase as well.

This led to a PR campaign[25] being launched to go after the doctors who wrote the medical exemptions. This "emergency" of unscrupulous medical exemptions was then used to draft SB276, which both revoked the right of a physician to write a medical exemption to vaccination and for the medical board to end the career of any doctor who did. along with systematically revoking all existing exemptions. SB276 was signed into California law in September 2019, just before the start of Covid.[26]

Natural News reported on March 1st 2015 that "A petition calling for the prohibition of laws requiring mandatory vaccines has been throttled by the White House, buried from public view and finally frozen for over 36 hours to prevent the petition from achieving 100,000 signatures". The tactic appears to have failed as by March 4th, the petition had over 111,000 signatures.[27]

Gulf War

The US tested an unknown number of vaccines on its armed forces, in reality a forced situation, resulting in "Gulf War syndrome".


Full article: COVID-19/Vaccine/Mandation
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In 2021 Deep state actors in most countries in the world began an the overt phase of an intense campaign to prepare the ground for a globally mandated Covid-19 vaccine.

The campaign began in earnest after the population eager to take it had been exhausted. Legal considerations and medical science aspects such as natural immunity and the minimal risk the virus presents to youngsters were ignored, and strenuous efforts made to tighten the noose on so-called "vaccine hestitants".


An example

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COVID-19/Vaccine/MandationVaccine/Mandation during COVID-19 was intense, with governments stopping short of using violent to inject people against there will, but many not far short.


Related Quotations

COVID-19/Resistance“I have done my bit and been vaccinated because we were told that was the route to protect others and regain our freedoms. Neither was correct. I will not allow my perfectly healthy body to become a cash cow for Pfizer.”Allison Pearson9 December 2021
COVID-19/Timeline“as part of that transition, we are seeing high prices for some of the things that people have to buy [...] the only way we’re going to get to a place where we work through this transition is if everyone in America and everyone around the world gets vaccinated”Wally Adeyemo
Alan Dershowitz“Let me put it very clearly," Dershowitz said. "You have no constitutional right to endanger the public and spread the disease, even if you disagree. You have no right not to be vaccinated, you have no right not to wear a mask, you have no right to open up your business....[But] If you refuse to be vaccinated [for a contagious disease], the state has the power to literally take you to a doctor's office and plunge a needle into your arm....You have no right to refuse to be vaccinated against a contagious disease," Dershowitz added. "Public health, the police power of the Constitution, gives the state the power to compel that. And there are cases in the United States Supreme Court..."That's what a democracy is about...If the majority of the people agree and support that, for public health measures, you have to be vaccinated, you have to be vaccinated. They should give you an alternative. The alternative is to live in your home, don't get vaccinated, but never ever leave your home or live in a bubble."<a href="#cite_note-24">[24]</a>Alan DershowitzOctober 2021
Ebola“As the epidemic gets more and more formidable and in some cases out of control it is quite conceivable, if not likely, that we may need to deploy the vaccine to the entire country to be able to shut the epidemic down. That is clearly a possibility.”Anthony Fauci6 October 2014
David Jones“I do hope nobody in Government is flirting with the idea of compulsory vaccination. That would be abominable, and I and very many colleagues simply wouldn’t support it.”David Jones8 December 2021
Angela Richardson“I can say categorically that compulsory vaccinations are a step too far. That is my contribution to a national conversation.”Angela Richardson8 December 2021
Rachel SchraerAndrew Bridgen was previously critical of policies like lockdown and the idea of vaccine mandates - but he praised the development of the Covid vaccine, and tweeted proudly when he received his doses.

It wasn't until last autumn that he began to make increasingly baseless claims, including that the vaccines were killing many people and that the damage was being covered up.

At first, he began highlighting some real, but rare, instances of genuine vaccine injury and misinterpreting real data to suggest these cases were more common than the research suggests.

But in recent weeks, this rhetoric has ramped up.

Extensive independent research shows that Covid vaccines are extremely effective at preventing deaths and that serious side effects (including approximately 60 deaths in England and Wales) are rare, given the tens of millions of doses administered.”
Rachel Schraer11 January 2022
Bob Wieckowski“The police power of the state...has absolute authority to force that person (even adults) to get the vaccination...We undervalue our power–the state police power. If we believe that children are being harmed, we go into this domain of family rights, which are not absolute, and my question is: maybe we are not going far enough?”Bob Wieckowski
Bob Wieckowski (California State Senator)
Michael Yeadon“It’s become absolutely clear to me, even when I talk to intelligent people, friends, acquaintances … and they can tell I’m telling them something important, but they get to the point [where I say] ‘your government is lying to you in a way that could lead to your death and that of your children,’ and they can’t begin to engage with it. And I think maybe 10% of them understand what I said, and 90% of those blank their understanding of it because it is too difficult. And my concern is, we are going to lose this, because people will not deal with the possibility that anyone is so evil…”Michael YeadonApril 2021
Michael Yeadon“If you wanted to depopulate a significant portion of the world, and to do it in a way that wouldn’t require destruction of the environment with nuclear weapons, or poisoning everyone with anthrax or something, and you wanted plausible deniability, whilst you had a multi-year infectious disease crisis; I don’t think you could come up with a better plan than what seems to be in front of me. I can’t say that’s what they’re going to do, but I cannot think of a benign explanation for why they are doing it.”Michael YeadonApril 2021
Michael Yeadon“It's completely absurd to vaccinate the whole world. Our politicians here in the UK and their advisors just lie to us and lead us down the wrong path. It is a crime. It starts with the untrustworthy PCR test. It scares people. In this way, restrictive measures can be implemented. I can only see non-medical reasons for the global vaccinations.”Michael YeadonApril 2021


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