Science Vs. Rights: Why They Must Remain Separate

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Science Vs. Rights: Why They Must Remain Separate

by Roseanne Lindsay, ND
July 8, 2021

 

The Science Debate

Why is it important not to get bogged down in the Science Debate? Because science does not determine morality.

Science cannot give you truth. All it can determine is internal self-consistency” based on data within the confines of time and distance. Everything else must be rejected. —William A. Tiller, professor, author

Science cannot solve the ultimate mystery of nature. And that is because, in the last analysis, we ourselves are a part of the mystery that we are trying to solve. — Max Planck, Where Is Science Going?To debate ‘the science’ is to be stuck in the gears of a machine, because science is debatable by its very nature. Science tests theories, such as The Germ Theory, based on specific parameters determined by scientists. The answers that come from science represents a snapshot in time and space. When we debate the science, we compare snapshots.

All the science put together will never ensure your freedoms and right to choose for yourself. Rights must stand alone, or you become slaves to a system that is set up to manipulate and engineer consent through programmed narratives.

Do you think you have a real choice based on the narratives you are provided?

Should you fear a virus and submit to unlawful mandates if the Germ Theory is only a theory? Modern science can take a swab from the inside of your cheek and generate a complete DNA map, and place it under new ownership. Suddenly you are trackable and traceable. Your privacy is no longer your ow. Privacy has been redefined through your unknowing consent.

What about injuries resulting from a mandated injection? Want financial compensation? Too bad, says an Injury Compensation law firm:

“Our law firm has concluded that there is nothing our attorneys can do to significantly assist you,” the firm states.

It’s not that his firm doesn’t want to help. Representing people who’ve had (rare) major adverse reactions to vaccines for tetanus, measles, hepatitis, influenza and a dozen other shots is its bread and butter.

You can retain your rights and remain compassionate toward others. However, the Black Hole of science and its consequences means that concepts of science and rights must be kept separate because science does not equal freedom. Freedom involves responsibility for your choices and the consequences of those choices. You come into the world alone. You leave the world alone. You, alone, have sovereignty over your body.

When it comes to your body, no governor or president can compel you to participate in any medical procedure or experiment. No governor or president has the legal or lawful authority to order anyone to do anything related to health without a court order and affidavit from your doctor, and your consent.

So why are so many people so gullible about their rights?

Rights and Responsibilities

Are you required to wear a raincoat to keep others dry?

Why do people suddenly think that they are responsible for your wellbeing?

Are you required to swim or run a mile to keep others in shape?

Does wearing your seatbelt protect others from car injuries?

Does making healthy food choices help others stay healthy?

Does studying for an exam help others pass a test? Earn a degree?

Does wearing sunscreen help others prevent a sunburn?

You are responsible for your own health, your own life. No one and no law can compel you to do anything when it comes to your body unless you allow it. No one else lives in your body but you, unless you allow parasites to feed off of you.

You, alone, are responsible for the choices you make regarding your wellbeing no matter what mandates are authorized by would-be dictators or “powers that think-they-be.” Unless you willingly consent to a demand by an authority, who has no rights to your body, such a mandate amounts to harassment.

For more, listen to Peggy Hall tell it like it is.

Embody Freedom 

Though people who observe their rights often point to the Constitution as a safeguard, the Constitution does not grant or deny rights. Documents on their surface mean nothing. The value of freedom is found in each of us, declaring freedom where we are. Freedom is a state of mind and a way of life. You have to act free to be free.

 

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