Call For Resolution- Health Freedom

Republican Party of Wisconsin  

Resolution Health Freedom  

Informed Consent, Vaccine Exemptions and adoption of Nuremberg Code  



WHEREAS, the declaration of Independence states that all men are created equal and they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. 


WHEREAS a person has the right to exclusively make medical decisions for oneself or one’s minor child, or to designate a substitute decision-maker through a legal Power of Attorney for Healthcare document, as long as there is informed consent obtained for either the individual or the substitute decision-maker; 


WHEREAS in 1986 Congress passed the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act, which determined vaccines to be “unavoidably unsafe” and ALL pharmaceutical products carry some risk of permanent injury or death which demands that there must be an informed consent and choice.  


WHEREAS Bioethicist Arthur Caplan agreed when he said, “The Nuremberg Code explicitly states that every experiment, no matter how important or valuable, requires the express voluntary consent of the individual. The right of individuals to control their bodies trumps the interest of others in obtaining knowledge or benefits from them;” 


WHEREAS out of the Doctors Trial in Nuremberg came the Nuremberg Code, of which Yale law professor, physician and ethicist Jay Katz has said “that the principle of the advancement of science (must) bow to a higher principle: protection of individual inviolability. The rights of individuals to thoroughgoing self-determination and autonomy must come first. Scientific advances may be impeded, perhaps even become impossible at times, but this is a price worth paying;”  


WHEREAS Dr. Katz also said that the judges of the Nuremberg tribunal, “envisioned a world in which free women and men, after careful explanation, could make their own good or bad decisions, but not decisions unknowingly imposed on them by the authority of the state, science, or medicine;” 


WHEREAS legal informed consent requires knowledge and understanding on a personal level so that the subject of human experiments can decide for his or herself, what he or she is willing to endure or to accept as a reasonable amount of inconvenience, personal harms, pain or suffering and the risk of permanent bodily injury states or even death one is willing to assume as a potential outcome of the experimentation.   


WHEREAS, there is a concerted effort by the pharmaceutical industry and their lobbyists, to persuade our state and federal legislators to abolish rights of individuals to make personal informed health choices affecting what is best their own body and their family by passing bills  with the intention of removing

philosophical/personal treatment choices and exemptions from vaccination programs, some of which are experimental in nature such as the COVID-19 gene therapy injection;   


WHEREAS, it is the constitutional right of all human beings to NEVER be to subjected to mandatory vaccination laws in the State of Wisconsin or the U.S. Government. 


NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Republican Party of Wisconsin that the state legislature represent the people of the State of Wisconsin, adhere to the Constitutional rights of the individual and to adopt the Nuremberg code in its entirety in order to prevent crimes against humanity from ever occurring again; and 


BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Republican Party of Wisconsin demands that the state legislature amend the Right to Try statutes enacted in 2018 to include “off-label” use of medications and to pass any other legislation required to ensure that patients have an absolute right to demand medications that they believe will help them to survive as long as they are willing to absolve the hospitals and health providers of liability for any injuries incurred as a direct result of that medication administration. 


BE THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER resolved that the Republican Party of Wisconsin stand against passing any legislation that would enact by any definition a vaccine or medical passport including a biometric ID for any purpose whatsoever.


BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that the Republican Party of Wisconsin demands the state legislature, sheriff’s departments, local district attorneys and the Wisconsin Department of Justice to investigation crimes against humanity related to many deaths in Wisconsin hospitals where treatment, proven or experimental, was prohibited.   


Presented and approved by We, the People, March 15, 2000, in caucus  

     of the St. Croix County Republican Party                







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  • Matthew Bocklund (Chairman - Admin)
    published this page in Call To Caucus 2022 2022-03-10 12:03:37 -0600