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Today forced vaccines – tomorrow organ harvesting?

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DR Torsten Trey, the founder and executive director of Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH), gave an interview recently about China’s use of prisoners of conscience to provide organs for transplants. 

Dr Trey notes free voluntary consent is a foundation in Western medical systems and that the Chinese regime would like to tear that down in order to make forced ‘donations’ the international ‘common standard in transplant medicine’. The goal, as he puts it, would be to rubber stamp the use of political prisoners as ‘a life source, a living pool of organ donors’.

The implications of Dr Trey’s statements for the future of treatments in the West and even NHS policies when taken in the broader context of the last year and a half are horrifying. There is no longer any ‘free voluntary consent’ when it comes to the Covid vaccination programmes. We are no longer living under the auspices of a democratically elected Government acting in UK interests but instead a Chinese-inspired machine intent on domination over, not service to, the British people.

Since free and voluntary consent has gone out of the window with initiatives to coerce (and mandate in some sectors) vaccinations, on the grounds that we must all be jabbed to protect our fellow citizens, what is to stop the medical tyrants from ruling that if you have vital and healthy organs you must give them up for the common good as decreed by the state?

And what about nations such as Australia and America which are already building internment camps for returning travellers or for the unvaccinated? These sites will be set up with those unfortunates who have dared to travel abroad and for prisoners of conscience whom the government deems a ‘threat to public health’.

Will the non-compliant who are sent to quarantine camps or re-education centres be used as repositories for desperately needed organs under a triage system favouring patients with deep enough pockets to influence the decision-makers?

A sub-class raised for organ donation was the subject of Kazuo Ishiguro’s 2005 dystopian novel Never Let me Go. Ishiguro’s clones are created (possessing human emotions such as falling in love and experiencing pain) with the sole purpose of helping society’s chosen ones to live longer.  

The parallel to Ishiguro’s scenario of medical tyranny may seem far-fetched as of yet. But we are living in an era so completely warped by Covid that there is no way to know for certain where it will all end.

Into every single facet of life the pandemic mental sickness has permeated. It’s an aberration that will not stop within a few years. As society’s essential fabric is pulled apart thread by thread, we are witnessing the unravelling of many constructs. Along with it the dismantling of medical ethics, including jettisoning free and voluntary consent for treatment such as a vaccine. Where will the line be drawn and will consent still be required in a couple of decades for one’s organs to be donated?

When I press the button on my talking Yoda doll and he says ‘Fear is the path to the dark side’, he confirms my haunting suspicion that the terror and strong-arm tactics inflicted on us over the last year and a half are only the beginning, and a force will drag us all to the dark side.

In an article for Unherd last year Mary Harrington discussed ‘the extent to which the pandemic is forcing Western nations to become more like China’. Let’s hope she is not correct in the assumption that, where China leads the West will follow.

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Bridget Jones 2021
Bridget Jones 2021 is a commercial lawyer with a keen interest in defending civil liberties.

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