The strength of human civilization is best measured by how well it treats its disabled citizens. This is especially true when the forces of technology and progress, and even mandated medical procedures, inflict injury on a segment of the population. We believe that civic virtue is founded on an ethic of responsibility and compassion for others. For injured citizens we therefore have a collective duty to support, care, assist, and provide resources that enable an acceptable quality of life. A benevolent society connects personal virtue with the collective consciousness and finds meaning through the wisdom of love.


Awareness of the new man-made epidemics is the first requirement for ending them.


The individual’s right to choose or refuse medical interventions affecting them or their children must be defended.


When injuries occur as a consequence of institutional failure, the victims deserve justice.


When complexity clouds our understanding of health crises, our moral imperative is to first do no harm.


Full access to the healing professions and to truthful information is essential to liberty.


The cause of justice is best served when our governing institutions are free from commercial interests.


The best measure of a safe environment is the total health and happiness of an individual human being.


True empowerment requires that the individual is accorded and assumes responsibility for their own health, happiness and nutrition.


A compassionate society has a duty to provide injured and otherwise disabled citizens with an opportunity for happiness and to treat them with dignity.

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