LPO Resolution Concerning Corona Vaccine and Injection Mandates


Sonja Feintech – LPO Public Policy Board Secretary

Libertarian Party of Oregon Public Policy Board



Libertarian Party of Oregon Public Policy Board
Resolution 22-06 Concerning Corona Vaccine and Injection Mandates

Libertarian Platform Plank 1.1 on Self Ownership states

“Individuals own their bodies and have rights over them that other individuals, groups, and governments may not violate. Individuals have the freedom and responsibility to decide what they knowingly and voluntarily consume, and what risks they accept to their own health, finances, safety, or life;” 

Oregon: The Libertarian Party of Oregon Public Policy Board announced Resolution 22-06 Concerning Corona Vaccine and Injection Mandates, a resolution voted on by the elected Public Policy Board. 

This resolution declares:

  • The currently available scientific evidence does not support a public health benefit of mandated corona injections for children and adults and raises serious potential such policies will cause net harm to the individual and public health of Oregonians,
  • The Constitution of Oregon delegates lawmaking authority to elected representatives of the People of Oregon, not unelected technocrats subject to regulatory capture at the Oregon Health Authority rubber-stamping the recommendations of industry insiders at OIPAT,
  • The Oregon Immunization Policy Advisory Team lacks true diversity, including input from vaccine critics, health freedom/libertarian organizations, organizations for the support of vaccine-injured Oregonians, and alternative medicine/naturopathic practitioners,
  • Principles of good government include the adoption of sunset clauses with new administrative rules, including new vaccine mandates in order to force their periodic review post-adoption, and
  • The adoption of a public school mandate policy runs counter to the Oregon Health Authority’s stated equity goals, as only parents capable of affording private school tuition can escape the Oregon Health Authority’s harmful policy;

The government has a very poor track record of making decisions for the public good when given unrestrained power, ” says Sonja Feintech, Public Policy Board Secretary at the Libertarian Party of Oregon. “The creation and reign of OHA in particular is a great example of unelected officials making health requirements and mandates that have long term repercussions with zero recourse for Oregon citizens.

This resolution includes:

Oregon has a long history with harmful health mandates often targeting vulnerable communities, including forced physical and chemical castration of homosexuals, mandated prefrontal lobotomies, mandated sterilization of the “feeble minded,” mandated electroshock therapy, forced psychiatric medicating of schoolchildren with Adderall and Ritalin, forced administration of AZT to babies born from HIV positive mothers, and involuntary fluoridation of water supplies.

Corona injection manufacturers, including Pfizer, have made generous political contributions to Oregon politicians, creating a conflict of interest in the administration of public policy contrary to the benefit of the People of Oregon.

As of November 11, 2022, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System lists 32,200 corona injection associated deaths and 183,165 corona injection associated hospitalizations

IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED the Libertarian Party of Oregon opposes all vaccine and injection mandates – both public and private – including proposals to add corona injections to OAR 333-050-0050; 

This Resolution will be available starting 2/20/23, for public dissemination. For more

information on PPB resolutions, visit www.lporegon.org/category/public-policy/.

About the Libertarian Public Policy Board: The Public Policy Board is a newly created body of the Libertarian Party of Oregon and acts as the public outreach and policy creator branch of the Oregon Libertarian Party. Article 6, Section 2 of the Libertarian Party of Oregon’s Bylaws allows the Public Policy Board to, by three quarters vote, adopt positions on specific matters of public policy.

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