“Now the state is requiring all of those civil citations get paid, or else. And the enforcement actions to collect these fines from the State Penalty and Enforcement Register (SPER) are quite extreme. Citizens who have outstanding tickets are finding their driver’s licenses suspended; bank accounts are being frozen and seized; homes and property are being confiscated, as well as business licenses suspended for outstanding citations.”
In Victoria, Aussies can no longer buy or sell if they refuse to get covid jabbed
The news of restaurateurs’ continued defiance led to the owners being arrested on Sunday morning after police had observed them serving patrons at the makeshift bar counter. The three now face charges following the announcement of a criminal investigation being opened by the canton’s public prosecutor’s office.
If the scenes at Walliserkanne from this weekend show anything, it’s that the one thing proof of vaccination requires do achieve is fomenting more dissent. Restaurants from Paris to San Francisco to Sydney have become destinations for dissidents to galvanize around in order to express their rejection of the requirements. Though these restrictions are made under the guise of acting in the interest of public health, anyone with even a vapid understanding of history knows that bars, pubs, restaurants, and churches have served as crucial centers for rebels organizing against tyranny. With that knowledge in hand, the real reason behind the targeting of these businesses should become a lot clearer.
[T]he UN and the international community have obligations to respect human rights related to vaccination.
Since World War II, the international community has recognized the grave dangers in involuntary scientific and medical experimentation on human subjects. In the aftermath of Nazi medical atrocities, the world affirmed the Nuremberg Code which stated that the “voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential.” The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights further enshrined this prohibition against involuntary experimentation in its 1966 text, stating “no one shall be subjected without his free consent to medical or scientific experimentation.” Such a prohibition is now so universally recognized that some courts and scholars have pronounced the right to informed consent in experiments as a matter of customary international law.
Watch Professor Holland’s entire 16 minute presentation to the United Nations, in which she received several ovations from the audience.