Why Forced Vaccination Is Rape
A Biological and Legal Systems of Systems Analysis and Options for Recourse
Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, MIT PhD / Published June 17, 2020
Systems Biology Group International Center for Integrative Systems Cambridge, MA 02138 firstname.lastname@example.org
Forced vaccination is rape - a conclusion, herein, that is a result of a systems of systems analysis that intersects both: (1) a biological systems understanding, which recognizes that pores on the human skin - approximately 5 million – are “orifices”; and, (2) a legal systems understanding wherein rape is defined as “...penetration of any bodily orifice by any body part or by any object, against a person’s will or without consent, and with threat or actual use of force.”1 This conclusion affords potential victims of forced vaccination the opportunity to employ existing legal remedies such as Harassment Prevention Orders to prohibit forced vaccination - as such action constitutes rape or a threat of rape - commonly known as rape threat. To the best of the author’s knowledge, the analysis and results herein defining forced vaccination as rape by intersecting both the biological systems understanding of pores on the skin as orifices, and the legal systems definition of rape, are the first of its kind.
The recent “pandemic” of the coronavirus has created an environment for forced vaccination. Numerous articles in the popular media have reported plans by governments, employers, and other organizations to deploy forced vaccination. Historically, the handful of previous attempts in the “anti-vaccine” community to equate vaccination with rape have relied on inciting emotion and drama, with the colloquial use of the term “rape” as an “outrageous violation” with nebulous references to medical interventions. Mainstream media and rape advocacy groups have responded by dismissing such attempts as a hyperbole that diminishes the actual gross physical violation that occurs when an individual is sexually assaulted.2,3
1 Massachusetts Rape Laws, FindLaw, https://statelaws.findlaw.com/massachusetts-law/massachusetts-
2 “Campaign comparing vaccination to rape 'repulsive', health minister says,”
https:// www.theguardian.com/society/2015/apr/23/campaign-comparing-vaccination-rprepulsive- health-minister-says, accessed June 17, 2020.
3 “STOP Comparing Rape to Vaccinations,” https://www.whatistheharm.com/blogwhatstheharm/stop- comparing-rape-to-vaccinations, accessed June 17, 2020.