Marine Le Pen's proposals on the health sector with themes such as the legalization of cannabis, vaccination, containment, health pass, curfew, surrogacy, for the French presidential election of 2022 .
We must put an end to state medical aid which allows free healthcare to foreign migrants and which costs 1 billion euros per year.
We must follow the Leonetti law which prohibits the unreasonable obstinacy of the medical profession, the artificial prolongation of life when the person cannot express his will. The patient's desire to limit or stop treatment must be respected. The nursing staff must also consult the opinion of the support person.
Compared to the pandemic, we must increase the use of self-tests, air purifiers in the classrooms. At the start of the pandemic, it would have been necessary to carry out tests in the sewers of cities as was done in Marseille to find out where the main clusters were located.
It would have been necessary to do extensive randomized studies on the combination of drugs that could allow the virus to be treated in its early stages as soon as the first symptoms appear to know whether or not these treatments were effective. In this case hydroxychloroquine, azithromycin, ivermectin.
We are not against vaccination, but for vaccine freedom, everyone must have the freedom to choose in conscience and responsibility to be vaccinated or not. Everyone must be able to determine the risk benefit balance by free and informed consent. The French are adults, the President of the Republic does not have to encourage citizens to go to be vaccinated. They are responsible adults. We must not make them feel guilty. Those who wish to be vaccinated are vaccinated, those who do not wish to do not. A large country like France must be able to put in place the logistics to be able to carry out the vaccinations of its population as the other large nations have done.
We are against compulsory vaccination of nursing staff. We must convince rather than coerce. Taking the risk of being faced with caregivers who will withdraw from their service because of this obligation when they are needed to treat patients is irresponsible.
The curfew complicated the lives of the French who came home from work, go home, picked up the children, do their shopping, with additional anxiety and stress, without showing any positive elements. Anything that is not useful in terms of diminishing individual freedoms should be avoided. The freedoms of movement and assembly are fundamental; we can of course come to limit them as during the first confinement, when this is the last measure that we can take when we have tried everything else. Individual freedoms and great public freedoms can never be taken lightly.
The health pass is in reality a vaccine pass, which is a disproportionate attack on freedom, and it is also an attack on the equality of the French when some suffer an unjustified social ban. This society of coping and filing is not the society of freedom that we want. The country must not be denied the inalienable right of the people to self-determination. The vaccine does not stop the reception or transmission of the virus, so the health pass is not used much.
Surrogacy must be stopped. It is a question of having a woman bear a child and then of being assigned this child. It is the commercialization of the human being which is a deadly drift for our society. Human beings are not objects of consumption. We can understand the suffering of those who cannot procreate. But we cannot accept this drift which pushes women to do it in order to survive. For assisted procreation, the child must have the possibility of knowing his father.
The end of reimbursements for PCR tects will reduce a number of abuses but may penalize those who need it, this may not be the best measure in the moment we live in today.
We must not decriminalize cannabis, but on the contrary fight against drug traffickers with all our might.
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