According to the popular establishment and pedo-connected lawyer Alan Dershowitz, you basically have no rights unless the government lets you have them. What’s more, is that this guy is considered a “scholar” in the field of United States constitutional law! What a pathetic joke!
You have no constitutional right to endanger the public and spread disease, even if you disagree.
Where does the United States Constitution grant states “rights” to prevent people from going into parks? If you don’t have a right yourself, then a group of people can’t have that right either. States don’t magically have more rights than any individual does. That’s a big lie of the belief in authority.
All these “laws” aren’t moral law. People just claim some imaginary right to create “legal” demands on others backed up by the threat of violence if you don’t do what they say. That’s a gang. And that’s how society works.
People have the right to do anything unless it causes harm to other sentient beings. People go through parks with the flu, why weren’t parks closed before? It’s bullshit. Even if you are sick, I agree it’s not cool to get other people sick and you should avoid spreading an illness. Like say, don’t cough/sneeze into you hand and go rubbing shit in the park.
He elaborates and keeps telling people what they don’t have a right to do:
You have no right not to be vaccinated. You have no right not to wear a mask. You have no right to open up your business…
And there you have it. The most insane thing for a so-called “constitutional expert” to say. But wait, there’s more from the scholar of constitutional law:
And if you refuse to be vaccinated, the state has the power to literally take you to a doctor’s office and plunge a needle into your arm.
Wow. Witness the belief in authority leads to, folks. This is what you get when you believe in authority and justify everything they do. You get someone who doesn’t know right from wrong. Or at least advocates wrong over right, which is an immoral person. Period.
Unfortunately, many people believe what he does: You should be fined for not doing as the state says. You should be arrested. You should be forced to get a vaccine. Otherwise, stay in your home and never leave, live in a bubble.
What right does anyone have to kidnap you and force a substance into your body against your will? This is insane. And Jason Goodman perks up to challenge Dershowitz’s insanity that you should bow down and obey what they state commands of you. But Dershowitz just keeps peddling insane claims. Like how caselaw from courts trumps the common sense of moral law understanding. As if a court not upholding the constitution as a foundation somehow becomes a “constitutional” judgment to stand by.
It’s interesting that he refers to the state’s “power”, and not “right” in these sentences. I think he’s being a clever manipulator and u sing legalese rhetoric to advocate for anti-constitutional arguments under the veil that they are constitutional.
Just trust the state. They can work on virus strains, make them more deadly, and sell them to other governments to work on as well. Then, the virus can potentially leak and start spreading in the world. Or they can tell people that a “deadly virus” is spreading in the world, while it’s not that much more deadly compared to something like the flu that sounds no alarms year after year.
Trust in your masters. They will take care of you. You don’t need rights.
Anyways, if you want to hear it yourself, listen to this fool attempt to justify the immorality of the state:
You can also listen to HighImpactFlix going over the madness of this fake-ass “law” expert: