The Moral Case Against Lockdowns

Published January 31, 2021 461 Views

Rumble Is it moral to sacrifice the lives of a few to save the lives of many? If so, who has the moral authority to choose who lives or dies? This moral dilemma was answered in the aftermath of the second World War, when the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights where “it forbids government from sacrificing some people for the benefits of others.”. Unfortunately, this lesson from history has been forgotten as we see governments completely disregard the human rights of people around the world with lockdowns. Governments have given themselves the power to play God with our lives.

governments, doctors and scientists have been encouraging people to sacrifice themselves for an alleged greater good. One egregious example of this is the dismissal of VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System). Doctors are lying and suppressing information about the effects of the covid-19 vaccine in order to decrease vaccine hesitancy. These people are slandering both their professional colleagues and victims of vaccine injuries for their own moral superiority. No one is infallible, neither government or health professionals. For this reason we must educate ourselves, for we alone are the bearers of the consequences of our choices.

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