“Turkmenistan’s healthcare ministry has announced it is making COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for all residents aged 18 and over.” [Source: reuters.com]
Ever since the post-war Nuremberg trials it has been an accepted principle that, with certain exceptions, administering medical treatment without consent is a violation of international human rights law. During WW2, Nazi doctors used inmates of Auschwitz and other concentration camps as guinea pigs in criminal medical experiments involving drugs and vaccines produced by Bayer and other IG Farben companies. Charged with war crimes and crimes against humanity at the Nuremberg trials, some of the Nazi doctors responsible were sentenced to death for their roles in these experiments.
Despite this history, governments around the world are considering plans for experimental COVID-19 vaccinations to become mandatory. In Europe, in a judgment many believe could potentially pave the way towards this, the so-called ‘European Court of Human Rights’ recently ruled that ‘democratic’ societies are permitted to make vaccinations obligatory. Several countries have already made COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for certain professions, or for entry into bars, cinemas, theatres, and other closed spaces. In the Philippines, President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to jail people who refuse to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
To learn about the health risks of COVID-19 vaccines, read this in-depth article by Dr. Rath and Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki.