Act Now North Carolina: Urge Your Lawmakers To Protect Your Fundamental Rights to Decline a Medical Intervention

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Why sign this petition?

Sign this petition to hold your elected officials accountable for the preservation of health freedom. By signing, you are joining our mission to uphold basic human rights, constitutional rights and parental rights — and strengthening a rapidly growing voting bloc of health freedom advocates who stand stronger together.

How will this petition be used?

The results of the petition will be shared with your North Carolina policymakers to amplify your voice. Together, we will urge our elected officials to strongly oppose any policy that removes free, prior and informed consent.

The Petition:

Due to the rapidly changing regulations of world governments and global medical authorities, it is imperative that we declare our right to freedom and sovereignty over our bodies. As citizens of North Carolina, we implore our state legislators to protect our right to bodily autonomy and informed consent. We must be free to choose which medical interventions to use or decline — for our minor children and ourselves. No pharmaceutical product or procedure should ever be forced or coerced, particularly a fast-tracked, experimental vaccine that is free from liability for any harm it might cause — be it a reaction, injury or death. No state, institution or any other claimed authority has the right to mandate any kind of medical examination, intervention, injection, vaccination or treatment. All medical interventions (whether for children or adults) must involve free, prior and informed consent. Moreover, refusal to participate in a medical intervention shall not result in any form of discrimination or loss of privileges. This includes, but shall not be limited to, the ability to seek employment or keep one’s job, attend school (public, private or otherwise), participate in society, or gain entry into public spaces.

Therefore, we, the undersigned, urge you, our North Carolina state representatives, to only support legislation that will protect our right to make informed medical decisions that are free from force or coercion.

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The Petition:

Due to the rapidly changing regulations of world governments and global medical authorities, it is imperative that we declare our right to freedom and sovereignty over our bodies. As citizens of North Carolina, we implore our state legislators to protect our right to bodily autonomy and informed consent. We must be free to choose which medical interventions to use or decline — for our minor children and ourselves. No pharmaceutical product or procedure should ever be forced or coerced, particularly a fast-tracked, experimental vaccine that is free from liability for any harm it might cause — be it a reaction, injury or death. No state, institution or any other claimed authority has the right to mandate any kind of medical examination, intervention, injection, vaccination or treatment. All medical interventions (whether for children or adults) must involve free, prior and informed consent. Moreover, refusal to participate in a medical intervention shall not result in any form of discrimination or loss of privileges. This includes, but shall not be limited to, the ability to seek employment or keep one’s job, attend school (public, private or otherwise), participate in society, or gain entry into public spaces.

Therefore, we, the undersigned, urge you, our North Carolina state representatives, to only support legislation that will protect our right to make informed medical decisions that are free from force or coercion.

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