Argentina launches new vaccine mandate for passports, licenses and more

Health freedom is under attack around the globe, as nations everywhere are adopting increasingly tyrannical vaccine policies. Government officials in Argentina have just announced the passing of legislation which will make vaccination mandatory for citizens who want access to “luxuries” like passports, driver’s licenses and other essentials. The first leg of the mandate will only apply to children, but there are plans in the works to expand this tyranny to adults as well. Indeed, only an authoritarian regime would place such constraints upon their constituents. Vaccine mandates serve only to coerce the population into heeding the government’s demands — and further, give the government unprecedented power over their population’s personal health choices.

Make no mistake, vaccine mandates have nothing to do with public health initiatives, and everything to do with Big Government ensuring you are a compliant member of the flock.

Argentina launches ludicrous vaccine mandate

As Robert Scott Bell reports, Argentina’s Senate approved a law that would establish citizens’ obligation to be vaccinated against “vaccine-preventable” diseases in order to have access to a number of basic essentials. The law reportedly “stipulates that the complete vaccination card will be required at the time of processing the DNI, passport and driving record , among others,” as well.

“Argentina creates mandatory vaccination law for passports, IDs and drivers’ licenses, school and more,” Robert Scott Bell reports on his video channel at

Bell explains that the rise and expansion of biometric data coupled with identification numbers (like your social security number) makes notions like mandatory vaccination especially frightening. Not only is the government capable of knowing who is or isn’t vaccinated, they can know where you are and what you’re doing at all times — and they can put any restrictions on you that they want.

“Once they’ve got you by numerical, biometric tracking data, they now say, ‘We’re going to tie that into your vaccine records. And you’re not going to be able to get an ID, you will not be able to get a driver’s license, you will not be able to get a passport, without your vaccine schedule checked and up to date,” Bell states.

Bell goes on to recall that many moons ago, the federal government was prohibited from using social security numbers for the purpose of identification — and yet today, that’s exactly what they’re used for. As he contends further, the notion that government will not use its power against its people is erroneous; it’s already happening. Every time citizens agree to give an inch, government takes a mile.

Vaccine mandates are some of the most outrageous examples of government abuse of power. In the case of Argentina, big government is literally stripping its citizens of their right to make independent choices about their health by way of coercion: If you want to have access to modern necessities, like passports and IDs, you must comply with the government’s inane vaccine agenda.

In the United States, vaccine pushers like California Senator Richard Pan have been advocating for stronger laws to enforce inoculation and quash opposing voices in the vaccine debate. Pan has authored multiple anti-freedom, pro-vaccination bills that infringe upon Americans’ rights to freedom.

While vaccine propagandists may say that the U.S. government is within its rights to mandate vaccination because health freedom is not expressly written into the Constitution, the Tenth Amendment clearly states, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

In other words, any power that is not explicitly laid out by the Constitution does not belong to the federal government. Freedom from being medically coerced by the government ought to fall under that category somehow.

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