Do Individuals Matter in “Public Health Policy?”

Do Individuals Matter in “Public Health Policy?”

“Public health policy” was never about health of any individual. It was always about the so-called “public.” The individual child who occasionally dies from a vaccine is simply par for the course. It was a necessary sacrifice for the sake of the public, or so the party line goes.

And who is to determine what is good for public health? Not you, me, or any other individual. Not even any individual physician or scientist. Only experts who are endorsed by the public, since it’s only the public that matters here.

But who gets to speak for the public? Only three entities are so entitled. They are:

  1. Government (which supposedly is democratically elected, but in actuality is funded by special-interest corporate investors and donors)
  2. Medical mainstream (funded by the same special-interest corporate investors and donors)
  3. Mainstream media (monopolized by the same special-interest mega-corporations)

Any individual who dares question the public’s narrative is censored and silenced by Big Tech, which is similarly entitled to speak for the public, as part of Mainstream Media. In public health policy, the individual is of zero significance, and even worse. The individual poses a serious risk to the well-being of the public. Individual rights, speech, opinion, choice, and even access to facts, all need to be curtailed in order to maintain the public’s safety.

Of course, it’s ultimately all about what’s allegedly good for the individual too, since, as the thinking goes, the individual only matters as part of the public.

Subjecting the individual to the risk of an experimental gene therapy without informed consent is supposedly acceptable even if it results in his premature death, since his life was only meaningful in service of the ‘public.’ He or she died for a noble and worthwhile cause, since it was ‘for the public.’

This rationale has far-reaching social consequences. For example, suppose the three exclusive authorities of public welfare—or the entities that fund them—were to determine that there are too many individual humans alive in any given state or continent(s), and that the ‘perilously’-large population jeopardizes the fate of the ‘public.’ Suppose the ‘public’ decided that it’s worthwhile to expose individuals worldwide to life-threatening toxins in effort to mitigate the population, thereby protecting the ‘public’ from the uncertainty of ‘over-population’ risks.

Suppose the only way to accomplish this was by engineering a dreaded pandemic and subjecting the entire population to lockdowns and isolation—first voluntarily, just for 14 days to “flatten the curve,” but ultimately by coercion—in order to reduce the population of individuals to desperation, hopelessness, and total dependency, dependency on those three arbiters of ‘public,’ i.e. government, medical establishment and its pharmaceutical products, and media.

Individuals are declared public health risks, forced to wear masks and keep their distances from other individuals, in a manner of “divide and conquer.” Houses of worship are declared non-essential and shut-down. School is deemed an unnecessary privilege that can be shut down by the slightest whim. This is important since religion and education promotes individuality, and that is non-conducive for public welfare.

And then, the ‘public’ releases an experimental injection that is geared to providing temporary relief from the current alleged pathogen, but in fact serves to prime the unsuspecting population for far-deadlier consequences in the future. The masses of disposable faceless individuals line up to take this experimental product in spite of its unknown risks. They are desperate to ‘return to normal’ at all costs after suffering a year of traumatic abuse. The dangling carrot works wonders and a world population of individuals obsequiously get injected.

And then, sometime down the road, a massive population reduction is achieved when hundreds of millions—or even billions—of individuals die off, thereby saving the ‘public’ from the fate of overpopulation.

The plan would be for the unsuspecting population of surviving individuals to never realize that they had been harmed by public health policy, but instead be convinced that it was from a subsequent ‘naturally-occurring’ pandemic for which they had been primed. However, even if the truth were to leak out, it could be easily justified by the very principles of public health policy. It was an altruistic act to maintain public wellbeing. Surely all those individuals who died (or suffered lifelong injury) did so for a just cause. It was all for the good of the public.

Does this scenario sound conspiratorial to you? Too dystopian for your preferences? If you accept the basic premise of the ‘morality’ behind public health policy, then you already have condoned it. Your belief system has already deemed this imaginable.

By very definition, “public health policy” is an assault on individual health, individual rights, and individual lives. Not just the handful of children who die each year from vaccines, whose deaths and life-long injuries are brushed under the carpet for the sake of ‘public health.’ Not just the thousands of people who have died from the experimental COVID-19 injection so far, whose deaths are hailed as a necessary sacrifice to ‘return to normal.’ Public health policy is an assault on every single individual alive on earth today, each and every one of us.

We are all fair game, since our individual life, well-being, essential human rights, free choice, etc., have all been deemed to be secondary to ‘public health.’ If the individual doesn’t matter, then none of us matter.


This article was reprinted with the author’s permission. It was originally published at Rabbi’s Blog. Michoel Green is a Jewish rabbi.

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11 Responses to "Do Individuals Matter in “Public Health Policy?”"

  1. Brian James   May 3, 2021 at 2:34 pm

    This helps explain why Bill and Melinda Gates have so much pull over the CDC.

    WHAT IS THE CDC FOUNDATION?

    Established by Congress, the CDC Foundation helps the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention do more, faster, by forging effective partnerships between CDC and corporations, foundations, organizations and individuals to fight threats to health and safety. The CDC Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity.

    https://www.cdcfoundation.org/public-private-partnership-guidelines

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  2. Tom   May 3, 2021 at 4:43 pm

    I couldn’t care less about the public health policy or any of its wretched creators and facilitators. I can only try and control my own health and you have no say in the matter. I do not and never will believe in the greater good. That is because there is not one person intelligent enough, humble enough or spiritual enough to make those decisions. At least none reside on this planet.

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    • CATRYNA WHITE   May 3, 2021 at 6:25 pm

      You are so right. What takes care of the “greater good” is the taking care of the “individual”; no more, no less. My taking a birth control pill does not help anyone else from getting pregnant. The majority of people’s thinking capabilities is on the level of a piss ant.

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    • Nathalie   May 4, 2021 at 8:56 am

      Tom, I agree with you although we should say that those intelligwnt, humble and spiritual enough (and many exist) would never dare making decisions for others except through education and guidance, because not one of those would ever believe that the lives of any individual is expandable for the good of the mass.

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  3. Consuelo Reyes   May 3, 2021 at 6:06 pm

    Recalls a line from a play by Terrence Rattigan (1911-1977), English playwright:

    “Some of the greatest crimes of civilization have been committed in the name of public tranquility.”

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  4. CATRYNA WHITE   May 3, 2021 at 6:22 pm

    My decisions are always at polar opposites to my Medicare provider. But, I don’t care. I know more about what I need to accept or reject for my personal wellbeing and don’t have a problem with saying no, or putting my doctor or her drones in their place, because my personal safety is paramount to me and that is the bottom line in my “personal perspective.” I have fired many doctors over the past 50 years and I’m sure there are more to come. Get in my face with your pharmaceutical advise or try to force your agenda on me and you will pay the price for getting on my bad side. Doctors are nothing more than professionals, just as electricians or plumbers are. If they don’t give satisfactory service . . . sayonara, adios, hit the road jack.

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  5. Toni Krehel   May 3, 2021 at 9:27 pm

    Population-based Public Health has been “in the works” for 60 years – a Master Plan updated every 10 years (Healthy People) with TWO goals: (1) infectious disease control, and (2) chronic disease control. Infectious disease controlled by vaccination and chronic disease controlled by “behavior modification” – both of which need a centralized database for collecting/tracking data on EVERY single person for the express purpose of improving COMPLIANCE … and also expressly stated: (1) eliminate religious conscience exemptions/waivers, and (2) eliminate traditional medicines … hard to believe but it’s all there if you look

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  6. MICHAEL   May 4, 2021 at 10:30 am

    54% of the children today have 1 or more of twenty chronic illnesses. That is the success of public……..health…….policy. A crowning achievement of public health.

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  7. Mary J Nelson   May 4, 2021 at 8:01 pm

    Choice in any medical procedure should be voluntary.
    If a disease is contagious, they may have the right to quarantine you until safe.
    Not sure if even then a medicine should be mandatory????
    Difficult questions do keep coming up in 2021!!!!

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  8. Nan   May 5, 2021 at 1:58 pm

    The CDC or government has NO control over MY body. It is not theirs and how they established that they have a right to vote on what happens to our body is truly criminal. This is not something to give THEM the vote on. It is our inalienable right to choose – NOT theirs. Just say NO !!!

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  9. MD   May 8, 2021 at 6:54 am

    Micheal Green wrote the article truthfully. Great points.

    Unfortunately, the public health policy wants the complete control of us. Mainstream news media is paid by Big Pharma. The health of individual doesn’t matter to the “public” health policy. The policy lacks of humanity. It’s a very abusive system.

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