National Health Freedom Coalition

WHAT IS ?

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It is the freedom to make decisions for oneself, one’s family, and one’s community about health and survival.  Health freedom is the internal compass that guides us in life and death decisions regarding health.  It is rooted in the naturally occurring drive and commitment within people to keep themselves and their loved ones alive and healthy.  Health freedom is a fundamental natural right of survival and personal sovereignty. 

PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH FREEDOM

PRINCIPLE 1
FREEDOM TO BE LET ALONE

Individuals and members of the human family have the inherit fundamental right of self-determination, to be let alone to survive on their own terms and in their own manner.
PRINCIPLE 2
FREEDOM TO ACT

Individuals and members of the human family hold the fundamental right and freedom to act on one’s own behalf and as one chooses to secure one’s health and survival.
PRINCIPLE 3
FREEDOM TO ACCESS

In order for freedom of choice to be implemented or meaningful, individuals and members of the human family hold the fundamental right and freedom to access their choices, whomever and whatever one deems necessary or prefers one’s health and survival.
PRINCIPLE 4
RESPONSIBILITY TO DO NO HARM

In order to maintain the health and survival of individuals, members of the human family, and the community as a whole, individuals and members f the human family have the responsibility to do no harm.
PRINCIPLE 5
RESPONSIBILTY OF TOLERANCE

Because of the diverse nature of the human experience, members of the human family have the responsibility to be tolerant to the extent of avoiding hostile acts towards diverse health and survival options and choices, and similar tolerance towards those who choose those options.
PRINCIPLE 6
GENERAL RESPOSIBILITY OF CORPORATIONS

Corporations have the potential of significantly impacting the health and survival of the human family, and thus have the responsibility and duty to be trustworthy entities safeguarding health freedom rights and responsibilities.
PRINCIPLE 7
SPECIAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF CORPORATIONS

In light of the special legal nature of corporate entities and their potential systemic impact on the health and survival of the human family, corporations have the following five responsibilities:
PRINCIPLE 7.1
RESPONSIBILITY 1

Corporations and similar entities have the responsibility to honor and preserve the sovereign nature of individuals, the sovereignty of the United States; and avoid any negative impact on the sovereignty of other nation states as it applies to health and survival.
PRINCIPLE 7.2
RESPONSIBILITY 2

Corporations and similar entities have the responsibility to honor and preserve American financial and cultural diversity and multicultural systems that are abiding by and upholding American law, and avoiding negative impact on the financial or cultural status of other nations states as it applied to health and survival.
PRINCIPLE 7.3
RESPONSIBILITY 3

Corporations and similar entities have the responsibility to avoid creating or being monopolies with large monopolistic ownership or resources and then allowing that status or position to dictate or dominate cultures, public policies, regulations, or laws, that impact health and survival.
PRINCIPLE 7.4
RESPONSIBILITY 4

Corporations and similar entities have the responsibility to avoid the dominant control of natural resources, the suppression of access to natural resources, or causing potentially harmful modifications or destruction of natural resources.
PRINCIPLE 7.5
RESPONSIBILITY 5

Corporations and similar entities have the responsibility to avoid promotion of products, protocols, policies, regulations, or laws, that would encourage unlimited dependencies on corporations and institutions, or that would discourage, prohibit, or otherwise negatively impact the ability or will of humans and local human communities to survive and prosper without the existence if the corporation or institution.
PRINCIPLE 8
PROTECT HEALTH FREEDOM

Government has the responsibility and duty to protect health freedom and to make no law or public policy abridging health freedom or its fundamental principles.

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