A non-partisan political, cultural and social movement, that promotes freedom, equality and
democracy in the UK. We are “Passionate about freedom, equality and democracy”
A non-partisan political, cultural and social movement, that promotes freedom, equality and
democracy in the UK. We are “Passionate about freedom, equality and democracy”
We believe in:
1 FREEDOM – the inalienable right of all people to freedom of thought, conscience and religion
and freedom to change religion; to freedom of speech and freedom to hold and express
views without interference and without fear.
2 EQUALITY – that all people living in the UK are equal under and must be subject to UK law.
3 DEMOCRACY – the Sovereignty and structural integrity of the UK and the right of UK
citizens to self-government through effective representative democracy.
Our Mission is to:
To Promote Restore and Defend freedom, equality, democracy and sovereignty in the UK, from all forms of
totalitarianism and tyranny whether political, social or theocratic and to promote British culture,
heritage and history.
The three principles of UK freedom movement:
Freedom, equality and democracy
Freedom, equality and democracy are the principles, that have been shaped by and have helped
shape our society and culture over centuries, are being eroded both by legislation and by political
inaction, with grave consequences for the rights and security of all.
The UK Freedom Movement is politically non-partisan and will lend its support to any parties or
organizations that campaign to preserve and act to implement these principles.
1.Freedom – freedom of thought, conscience and religion
This freedom includes freedom of speech and freedom of belief, freedom of religion, freedom to
change religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or
private, to manifest religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance 10 . This freedom
also includes the freedom to mock and critique religion 12 . All UK citizens should be able to act, speak
and think according to their conscience and deeply held beliefs as long as those beliefs do not cause
physical harm to others.
Each one of us has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes the freedom to
hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through
any media and regardless of frontiers. 11
The freedom to hold open discussion of all ideas, including political and theological ideas, is vital to
the healthy functioning of any modern democracy and this freedom, already provided under UK law,
must be protected.
2. Equality – all equal under and subject to UK law
By equality we believes that all UK citizens are of equal value and should treat one another with
respect and charity irrespective of gender, race, or religion.
We believe all people living in the UK are equal before the law and are answerable to the law. We
do not believe that any other legal authority outside of the UK legal system should have any
jurisdiction in this country or make legal rulings that effect peoples lives and fundamental freedoms;
this includes supra national legal bodies and religious courts.
The UK legal system must be impartial and free from political influence or control.
We believe all UK citizens have the right to life irrespective of age or medical condition, from the
youngest to the oldest life should be considered precious. Life should be protected, respected and
We believe all UK citizens should live free from the threat of terror or violent crime; security of life
and property and lead to a peaceful and prosperous society. No one shall be subjected to arbitrary
interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honor and
reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.
True equality is not based on ethnic, sexual or religious identity but on a shared sense of community
based on genuine care for one’s neighbor. Color of skin creed or sexuality should not be factors
when considering equality. The primary driver in the terms of equality should be care for all people;
“loving our neighbors as we love ourselves”. This principle has been at the core of what it means to
be British for hundreds of years. 13
3. Democracy – The Sovereignty and structural integrity of the United Kingdom and representative
The sovereignty and structural integrity of the United Kingdom is vital if we want to see our great
nations that make up the UK prosper, we believe the UK is the most successful political Union in
history. Despite our sometimes fractious history the people of the UK, English, Welsh, Scottish and
Northern Irish are close cousins and are all part of the British family. Our independent identities
should be seen as a strength and not a weakness, We have enjoyed relative peace in the UK since
the second world war, any move to break up the UK would jeopardize our peace and prosperity and
must be resisted at all cost.
We want to actively encourage a sense of pride in what it truly means to be British, our history must
be told warts and all but the warts must not be turned from moles into mountains. The British
people have contributed an immeasurable amount to the spreading of peace and prosperity around
the globe of these achievements we can be rightly proud.
We would encourage all migrant communities who have not already done so to embrace true British
culture and become proud British citizens, this does not mean jettisoning their own culture but
marrying it to British culture and nationality with all the benefits for them and the wider UK
population that this would bring.
To be a truly sovereign nation we must leave the European union fully and without delay, the EU is
pushing for an ever closer federal union this it totally unacceptable and undermines what is left of
our democracy. We must see the result of the 2016 referendum honored without delay.
We must see the full force of the law used against all terrorists who want to break up or destroy the
UK and her democratic institutions, whether they be Islamic supremacist far left or far right.
We must also stand against attempts by shadowy groups to usurp British democracy and the UK
legal system, these groups include Islamist groups who are non-violent but desire to use the
institutions of state and finance to subjugate the UK under a creeping Sharia law.
Why are these principles of freedom, equality and democracy so important?
Although without a written constitution, the UK has an “un-codified constitution” based on diverse
laws, practices and conventions and a rich history of documented ‘law’ that dates back over 1,400
Our inheritance from this rich history is what provides us with the society, culture, freedoms and
responsibilities that we now enjoy.
There are two important questions that each of us must answer:
1 Have we been good stewards of the society and cultural legacy we inherited from our
parents and grand parents?
2 What kind of society and cultural legacy will we leave for our children, grandchildren and for
The key events that have shaped our society and culture include:
• King Alfred the Great’s Law Code (871-899 A.D.), derived from the prior Saxon Codes 1 , and
prefaced by the Ten Commandments, that establishes the “Golden Rule”:
That is, that man ought not to judge another except, as he would want to be judged 2 or in other
words; do unto others as you would have them do unto you; love you neighbor as you love yourself.
It is explicit that justice should be dispensed impartially – the same for the rich and poor, for friends
and foes – reflecting the Mosaic law of the Torah:
“You shall not be partial to the poor; nor defer to the great! But you are to judge your neighbour
That is, whether Woman or Man, Gay, Straight or something else, Black or White, Rich or Poor,
Christian, Atheist, Muslim or Sikh, we are all entitled to equal treatment under the law and we are all
subject to UK law.
King Alfred’s Law Code also introduced the concepts of mercy, the need for a balance between
mercy and justice and the link between mercy and repentance (or remorse).
• The Magna Carta (1215 A.D.) that subjects all people (including the King) to the law and
protects the rights of all people, equal under the law, to:
◦ Security of personal property (28, 30, 31) 4 & 5 ,
◦ A fair trial based on the judgement of peers (52) and under the established Common
Law, requiring evidence of a crime (38),
◦ Proportionate punishments (20, 21),
◦ Diligent and knowledgeable judges (45)
In addition, the Magna Carta introduced the concepts of the freedom of the church (63), trading
standards (35), free trade (41), freedom to travel abroad (42), representative institutions and
majority voting (democracy) (61).
• The Petition of Rights (1628 A.D.) that:
◦ Prevented imprisonment without cause, which lead to the Habeus Corpus Act (1769
A.D.) providing the right of appeal for unjust detention.
◦ Placed restrictions on non-Parliament taxation
◦ Placed restrictions on the use of martial law
• The Bill of Rights (1689 A.D.) that:
◦ Limited the power of the Monarch
◦ Gave rights to Parliament, including the right to freedom of speech within
◦ Prohibited cruel and unusual punishments
• The Act of Settlement (1701 A.D.) that defines the succession to The Crown and ensures
judicial independence from Government.
• The Representation of the Peoples Act (1918 A.D.) that ensures the right of all people to
• The Parliament Acts of 1911 and 1949 concerned with issues including placing restrictions
on the House of Lords and on the length of a Parliament.
• Informed by the UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948 A.D.), and collating much
of what had gone before, the Human Rights Act (1998 A.D.) providing all people with the
right to protection of property, education, free elections, a fair trial, the presumption of
innocence, freedom of thought, conscience and religion, freedom to change religion, to
publicly manifest religion, freedom of expression, to hold opinions and to receive and impart
information, of assembly and association, to marry, to liberty and security, a private and
family life and to life itself; and prohibiting torture, slavery and discrimination on any
Why is the UK Freedom Movement needed?
The society, culture and freedoms that we enjoy, hard won and refined in the furnace of history, are
now in jeopardy.
The UK Government, police and legal system are using legislation to silence people they disagree
with and to strip individuals of their human rights. Politicians, in concert with the “justice” system,
the police, the media and the global technology companies, are crushing any voices of dissent;
censoring the voices of anyone who speaks our against the Government’s politically correct
narrative. They appear ignorant or too fearful to deal with the dangers themselves and would rather
silence those who are trying to help them.
Looking at the weapons in UK Government’s armory is instructive:
The UK Government legislation
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) and The Human Rights Act (1998)
Although the Universal Declaration of Human Rights made an individual’s rights subject to some
limitations to protect the rights and freedom of others and to “ensure morality, public order and the
general welfare in a democratic society” the UK Government, when establishing the Human Rights
Act in UK law some fifty years later, saw fit to extend these limitations or conditions giving them a
wide range of ill-defined reasons that could be invoked to take away an individual’s freedoms; or
place restrictions on people exercising their rights under the Act.
Prohibition of abuse of rights (Article 17) of the Human Rights Act quite rightly prevents:
“…any act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights and freedoms set forth herein…”
The Act also includes the following caveat in Articles 8, 9, 10 and 11; the Articles on the right to
privacy and family life, thought conscience and religion, expression and assembly and association:
“The exercise of these freedoms, since it carries with it duties and responsibilities, may be subject to
such formalities, conditions, restrictions or penalties as are prescribed by law and are necessary in a
democratic society, in the interests of national security, territorial integrity or public safety, for the
prevention of disorder or crime, for the protection of health or morals, for the protection of the
reputation or rights of others, for preventing the disclosure of information received in confidence,
or for maintaining the authority and impartiality of the judiciary.”
These statements give the UK Government a broad range of options should they wish to silence
anyone or deprive anyone of their human rights.
The Metropolitan Police
Furthermore, recent statements from the Metropolitan Police define a “hate crime” as:
“Any criminal offence which is perceived by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by
hostility or prejudice…”
The Metropolitan Police have placed the power to define a hate crime as having been committed
into the hands of the “victim” as opposed to using an objective measure. Furthermore, they state:
“Evidence of the hate element is not a requirement. You do not need to personally perceive the
incident to be hate related. It would be enough if another person, a witness or even a police officer
thought that the incident was hate related
The Metropolitan Police have declared that there does not need to be evidence of hate for a hate
incident to have occurred; so the police require no evidence of hate but may decide that a “hate
crime” has been committed.
The Metropolian Police have also declared that even if the victim does not perceive hate against
“It would be enough if another person, a witness or even a police officer thought that the incident
was hate related.”
So, it is possible for someone to report a hate crime on behalf of someone who does not think a
crime has been committed against them.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS)
The Police and CPS have agreed the following definition for identifying hate crimes:
“Any criminal offence which is perceived by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by
hostility or prejudice, based on a person’s disability or perceived disability; race or perceived race; or
religion or perceived religion; or sexual orientation or perceived sexual orientation or transgender
identity or perceived transgender identity.
There is no legal definition of hostility so we use the everyday understanding of the word which
includes ill-will, spite, contempt, prejudice, unfriendliness, antagonism, resentment and dislike.”
This statement defines a hate crime as any criminal offence that is perceived by absolutely anybody
to be motivated by things like unfriendliness or dislike.
We now live in a country where an individual can be deprived of their human rights – including the
right to privacy, freedom of thought, conscience or religion and freedom of expression:
• Because the UK Government deem it necessary to prevent disorder or to protect the
reputation and rights of others.
• Because the “victim” or any other person perceives the motivation to be hateful (and no
evidence needs be provided) or perceives the action to be motivated by unfriendliness or
Whatever your belief, passion or conviction, this legislation and statements should terrify us all as
silencing controversial voices or dissident opinions are the first steps of the kind of extremism seen
in Hitler’s fascist Third Reich and Stalin’s communist regime.
As a famous philosopher once pointed out, if we lose free speech, we may lose the opportunity for
the truth to shed light on error; for good to expose evil.
As the UK Government continues to use every weapon in its armory to silence any voices that
challenge their liberal-multi-cultural-head-in-the-sand ideology, desperate in their misguided
attempts to preserve “community cohesion” a “peaceful society”, they are silencing the very voices
that scream of the dangers we face. They have learnt nothing from the horrors of the industrial-scale
rape of young white girls across our nation by predominantly British Pakistani Muslims, covered up
by a conspiracy of silence between the police, the councils and the politicians because of political
correctness and fear of being accused of racism.
This horror will seem insignificant in the light of the societal changes that are coming if people are
not able to speak out about threats to our society, culture and freedoms.
In the hazardous environment created by our morally bankrupt, rudderless, incompetent and
cowering Government, who are the foes that the people of the UK face?
The European Union – the monster super state
The UK was taken blindly into the supranational state that is the EU in 1992 when the then
Conservative Prime Minister John Major signed The Maastricht Treaty (officially the Treaty on
Before then we were members of the trading block that was called the EEC, the first pillar of the
Maastricht treaty was to remove the word economic from the EEC, making us part of the “European
community” this buried forever the idea that all that “Europe” wanted was an economic free trade
area, and plunged us into a proto super state.
The Maastricht Treaty also created two new “pillars” of the EU on Common Foreign and Security
Policy and Cooperation in the Fields of Justice and Home Affairs (respectively the second and third
pillars), this led to the complete undermining of the sovereignty of the founding nation states of the
newly formed EU, foreign policy and home affairs are cornerstones of any independent country.
Over the years more treaties followed cementing ever closer union and more and more surrender of
sovereignty by member states, the goal of the EU has been the eradication of sovereign states, the
creating of a federal Europe, with its own armed forces, judiciary currency and foreign and domestic
UK political leaders for the past 25 years have surrendered more and more sovereignty to an
expansionist super state without once consulting the people of the UK, until 2016 when we were
given the chance to vote to leave, despite a massive campaign of psychological terror by the
mainstream media and the global political establishment, a majority voted to leave the EU in the
biggest democratic exercise in British history.
At the time of writing our political “leaders” and the mainstream media are doing their treasonous
best to overthrow the democratic will of the people, using every underhand trick in the book.
We must continue the fight to leave the EU until we are totally free of this anti-democratic monster
Much has been written about Cultural Marxism.
Mao Zedong (1893 – 1976), founding father of the People’s Republic of China, explained that
Marxist society determines what ideas are correct. This thought is the father of ‘political
Karl Marx, architect of Marxism, the foundation of Communism, contended that society
evolves through class struggle. He stated ‘My objective is to dethrone God’ and explained
‘The secret to the holy family [the church] is the earthly family. To make the former
disappear the latter must be destroyed in theory and in practice’.
In the 20 th century, the Marxists of the world, failing to ignite a class war across the Western World,
directed their attention and ire at our language and culture. Leading Marxist thinkers believed that it
was necessary to tear down existing society and annihilate established and traditional values as a
pre-condition for the victory of global Marxism.
The mechanism used to promote the struggle has invariably been to stoke the anger and a sense of
injustice in the ‘oppressed’ – stoking identity and grievance driven activism – so that the ‘oppressed’
rise up against the ‘oppressor’ – the ‘oppressor’, and therefore the target of wrath, invariably being
the advocates of our Judeo-Christian society – the sanctity of life, marriage, family, parenting.
Through this mechanism and under the banner of progress and equality a ‘progressive’ agenda has
been pursued such that we now live in a society where everything is ok, everything is of equal merit
and everyone can be whoever or whatever they want to be – an equal society totally liberated from
oppression free to share a collective ‘utopia’. We live in a society where it is not permissible to say
“this way is better than that’ or ‘that is wrong, that’s a bad idea’.
The term ‘progressive’ is misleading; many of the developments of recent years are regressive,
however, as is true in so many areas, by controlling the language people use, people’s thinking can
also be controlled – how many people stop and think – “hang on a minute, these things don’t sound
progressive at all?”
Political Correctness was the insidious vanguard of Cultural Marxism – used over the last 30-40 years
to instruct people on what was and what was not acceptable in speech – controlling what was
permitted to be said and inevitably which opinions could be voiced. If you didn’t catch on to the new
rules of language (and thought) fast enough you would be corrected by any number of people who
wanted to signal their own virtue and ‘progressiveness’.
If you hold ‘incorrect’ opinions now, let’s use opposition to the Transgender movements as an
example, you will be silenced; removed from social media platforms; banned from speaking events –
the ‘progressive’ movement only allows ‘correct’ ideas to be voiced. The ‘progressive’ agenda does
not engage in debate with ‘incorrect’ ideas, it simply crushes them.
There is no doubt that, by design or by accident, traditional Judeo-Christian values have been wiped
out, the society we were born into, with all its faults, is all but gone and, with the collapse of our
society, the collapse of Western Civilization may well follow.
History shows us that all civilizations run their course; they run out of steam. [Lifecycle of
Thanks to this ‘progressive’ agenda, in our society as it now stands there are very few taboos left
with ‘transgender’ and ‘polyamory’ being current, controversial and contested areas. Perhaps
pedophilia is still a taboo but that community is busy rebranding themselves as ‘Minor attracted
persons’. How long will it be before their initial – M – is added to the list; LGBTIQCAPGNGFNBA.
Do we really believe that everything is of equal merit? Are all lifestyles of equal virtue? Are all
cultures and religions equal?
Regardless of what we believe, we now live in a society that is anchorless:
Any and every belief and lifestyle is ok; perfect unfettered individualism
Any and every culture is of equal merit; perfect multi-culturalism – with the exception of
traditional beliefs and values, that are not quite so equal
‘Tolerance’ of this unfettered utopian world is enforced by the State in a new ideology
where it is illegal to speak out against anything and there is a State lead ‘pogrom’ against
traditional Judeo-Christian values
Furthermore, an individual or group can demand that everyone accommodates them, their
belief or way of life, regardless of the personal implications or the effect on society
It is crucial to understand that Islam is not a ‘religion’ in the way that might be understood by most
of us in the UK. The European Council and The European Court of Human Rights declare Islam to be
incompatible with the United Nations Declaration on Human Rights, with democracy and with the
principles of Freedom and Equality. 22
Islam provides a model for the State and for the control of every aspect of our society and our
individual lives. This model covers Islamic control of the Military, the Treasury, Internal Security and
the Police, the Foreign Office and all other Government departments including Health, Housing,
Education, Transport, Agriculture, Media and Information and Religious Affairs. The Islamic model
also includes a department of Jihad (Holy War). 14
The belief system that Islam brings to government and to the whole of society, defined in its ‘sacred’
texts and based on the tenets that the life of Muhammad is the “an excellent example for people to
follow” 18 and that he was “of great moral character” 19 , is opposed to, totally incompatible with and is
eroding the precious foundational principles and values of British society; Freedom, Equality and
Despite the threat Islam presents and because of the lack of moral clarity and courage of our
cowering politicians, whether it is our food supply chain, legal system, politics or education system,
bit by bit British society is bending in fear, one way, to the demands of Islam.
Islam does not allow:
• Freedom of thought, conscience or religion or the freedom to change religion .17
• Equality under the law;
1. Women have inferior rights under Islamic law; in particular in the areas of marriage, divorce,
children and inheritance.
2. Non-Muslims have inferior rights under Islamic law – more than half of the content of Islam’s
sacred texts is dedicated to treatment of non-Muslims, the kuffar, including the commandment not
to have friends who are Christians or Jews 15 and the commandment to fight anyone who does not
follow Islam until they do or until the submit and pay protection money. 16
3. Those practicing sex outside of marriage – unless it is with a ‘slave’ – and homosexuality are
condemned and prohibited.
• Democracy – ‘democracy is hypocrisy’; there is only the law of Allah.
Furthermore, under Islam, people are not free from cruel and unusual punishments. 9 & 21
Aims and objectives of the UK Freedom Movement are to:
Restore, protect and promote freedom of speech, conscience and religion in the UK. Specifically
protecting those who speak against a specific religion or in defense of that religion, those who leave
a religion and face persecution and discrimination for leaving said religion; also guarantee the right
to critique and mock all ideologies and religions and the right to preach the doctrines of and
proselytize for all religions, including the right to challenge the morality and behavior of all people
publicly. We oppose all “hate” speech laws as they fundamentally threaten freedom of speech and
We also reject and oppose the false notion of “Islamophobia”, we totally condemn all physical
attacks on people because of their religion, but critique of religion and of the behavior of some of
the adherents to said religion must be protected by law.
Promote a true equality agenda “where people will not be judged by the color of their skin, their
religious background or their gender, but by the content of their character”. We are all equal before
the law. We must see an end to Multiculturalism and identity politics in the UK. We utterly
condemn all physical attacks on people that are based on ethnicity, nationality, race, gender or
religion, we are totally opposed to all racism, sectarianism and anti-Semitism.
Promoting our British heritage and culture and a positive view of what it means to be British in the
21st Century, to end the dominance of Marxist ideology in our education system, media and public
Advance our understanding of the threats faced in the UK to freedom, equality and democracy. To
form an institute for the study of British values, culture and the existential threats to that culture. To
educate people on the dangers of all kinds of extremism; far left, far right, and Islamic supremacist.
Oppose the takeover of the UK by all extremists, including Islamic supremacists, communists and
fascists, to end the dominance of Marxist ideology in our education system, media and public
services. To lobby government to end funding of religious institutions from extremist individuals or
To actively argue for and defend the democracy, sovereignty and structural integrity of the United
Kingdom. Ensuring the UK leaves the EU
Encourage all UK citizens from all backgrounds to become politically active and involved in the
To encourage our political leaders to stop mass immigration to the UK from the third world,
specifically from Islamic countries with Islamic supremacist groups operating within their borders.
Immigration must be on merit and to meet the requirements of the UK.
Support political parties that truly represent the British people and their interests above all else.
We must oppose all subversive and covert groups that seek to undermine the Judeo Christian
heritage of the United Kingdom.
Ethelbert of Kent (602 A.D.), Ine of Wessex (694), Offa of Mercia (786 A.D.)
Bible: Matthew Chapter 7 verse 12; Jesus’ words. Romans 13 verse 9-10; Paul’s words
Bible: Leviticus Chapter 19 verse 15
Numbers providing clause references to https://www.magnacartaplus.org/magnacarta/#en3
An economic necessity for prosperity
Article 18 of UN Declaration on Human Rights vs. Qur’an
Sahih Bukhari 4:53:386, 1:8:387. Sahih Muslim 1:33, 19:4294. Widely but not universally held view in
Islamic world that apostasy is punishable by death.
Article 1 of UN Declaration on Human Rights vs. Qur’an 5:51, 9:29
Qur’an 5:38, 24:2, 8:12, 5:33, 4:24 and al-Timidhi 3:15:1430
United Nation Declaration of Human Rights – Article 18
United Nation Declaration of Human Rights – Article 19
Racial and Religious Hatred Act (2006), Part 3A, Clause 29J – Protection of freedom of expression:
“Nothing in this Part shall be read or given effect in a way which prohibits or restricts discussion,
criticism or expressions of antipathy, dislike, ridicule, insult or abuse of particular religions or the
beliefs or practices of their adherents, or of any other belief system or the beliefs or practices of its
adherents, or proselytising or urging adherents of a different religion or belief system to cease
practising their religion or belief system.”
King Alfred’s Law Code and Magna Carta…
Qur’an – Al-Mâ’idah – Sûrah 5:51 – “O you who believe! Take not the Jews and the Christians as
Auliyâ’ (friends, protectors or helpers), they are but Auliyâ’ for each other. And if any among you
takes them as Auliyâ’ then surely he is one of them.”
Qur’an – At-Taubah – Sûrah 9:29 – “Fight those who (1) do not believe in Allāh or (2) in the Last Day
and (3) who do not consider unlawful what Allāh and His Messenger have made unlawful and (4)
who do not adopt the religion of truth from those who were given the Scripture – [fight] until they
give the jizyah willingly until they are subdued.”
Qur’an – An-Nisa – Sûrah 4:89
“They wish you would disbelieve as they disbelieved so you would be alike. So do not take from
among them allies until they emigrate for the cause of Allah . But if they turn away [from Islam],
then seize them and kill them wherever you find them and take not from among them any ally or
Qur’an – Al-Ahzâb – Sûrah 33:21
“There has certainly been for you in the Messenger of Allāh (Muhammad) an excellent pattern for
anyone whose hope is in Allāh and the Last Day and [who] remembers Allāh often.”
Qur’an – Al-Qalam – Sûrah 68:4
“And indeed, you are of a great moral character.”
Sentences for fornication/adultery: 4.15-6 (confinement until death) and 24.2-4 (whipping).
Condemnation of homosexuality: 7.80-84; 26.160-172; 27.54-58 and 29.28
United Nation Declaration of Human Rights – Article 15 – part 1 – “No one shall be subjected to
torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. In particular, no one shall be
subjected without his or her free consent to medical or scientific experimentation.”