Entire national media calling on doctors to violate fundamental medical ethics in push for vaccines Like the infamous brownshirts who marched lockstep in obedience to their beloved dictator, nearly every major mainstream media outlet today is simultaneously and savagely ripping at those who choose not to vaccinate, calling for free-thinking parents to be jailed, have their children taken from them, and be forcibly injected with whatever vaccines the state deems necessary. But this unified affront to medical freedom has one common and baleful theme that needs to be recognized by all, regardless of your personal views on vaccines — the corporate media machine is actively encouraging the medical community to abandon all established medical ethics and literally force potentially life-threatening medical treatments on people without their informed consent. The American Medical Association (AMA) in its Code of Medical Ethics clearly outlines how physicians and caretakers are to treat their patients, and it looks nothing like the rancorous abuse by doctors that’s taking place in the U.S. today. Patients are to make their own decisions about medical treatments, according to the AMA, with doctors merely providing unbiased information as appropriate. The “Informed Consent” section of the AMA’s Code of Ethics says the following about how medical treatments are to be administered: The patient should make his or her own determination about treatment. … Informed consent is a basic policy in both ethics and law that physicians must honor, unless the patient is unconscious or otherwise incapable of consenting and harm from failure to treat is imminent. One major thing worth noting here is that informed consent is a basic policy in both ethics and law that physicians must honor, meaning it’s not optional. An honorable physician abiding by this standard ethics code will not badger or berate a mother who has questions about vaccine safety, for instance. His responsibility is to help patients make the best medical choice possible from all available options, or as the AMA puts it: More