Supporters of forced vaccinations argue that the greater good is served by forcing vaccinations in situations where the threat of an outbreak is great. Individual rights are brushed aside in the interest of the greater good. This should send chills up our spines as similar logic has been used to provide moral cover for crimes throughout human history.
The UN already claims to have this power over 194 countries:
The International Health Regulations (IHR) pursuant to Article 21 of the Constitution of WHO came into force in June 2007 and allow the General-Director of WHO to declare an international health emergency. In such a case, the Director-General can impose regulations, including “sanitary and quarantine requirements and other procedures designed to prevent the international spread of disease”, also travel restrictions. In the event of WHO declaring a pandemic, WHO has the authority to order forced vaccinations around the world.
All 194 signatory countries to IHR must comply. A list of countries which have signed the WHO Constitution can be found under this link. http://www.who.int/countries/en/
In the US, the public is being conditioned to believe that:
1- The likelihood of a major outbreak is increasing with time.
2- The government knows what is best and will only use the power to force vaccines when it is absolutely necessary.
3- Those who refuse to accept or administer vaccines are a menace and risk to society but the government knows how to deal with them. Sad though the collateral damage is, it’s for the greater good.