The CDC is saying: here is how you detect the virus in a human, here is the test on which we’re going to rely, here is the test on the basis of which we’re going to identify all case numbers and demand all lockdowns—except we don’t have the virus.
Judicial authorities are that of court of law or judges which interpret the law, settle disputes and punish those who broke the code.
On the other hand, quasi-judicial bodies are authorities who have powers resembling those of the judicial bodies and are restricted to certain areas of expertise. Judicial authorities may have the power to create new laws in time of dire need leading to Judicial Activism, however, quasi-judicial bodies do not have this power and are bound to draw conclusions based on existing law.
For this reason, both civil libertarians and unionists should be concerned. Bill 195 is power seeking, but it may be only the beginning. If these intrusions into our rights are not resisted, we may be at the beginning of a new policy cycle that seeks even longer term and larger changes that further limit our rights. Emergency powers should apply only during emergencies, and any attempt to extend them beyond must be described as nothing more than a power-grab.
Why is the province of Ontario making emergency powers permanent while simultaneously declaring the emergency over? This power-grab by the premier is an unjustified violation of Charter protected rights, and citizens should be concerned.
Bill S-201 received Royal Assent on May 4, 2017, and I commented that it was an important step to fight against fallacious assumptions being made about genetic traits. The bill made it a criminal offence to require any person to under go a genetic test or disclose its results for a variety of contexts, including providing goods or services, entering a contract, or offering specific terms of a contract to a person.
What is the REAL Mask Sickness afflicting society? This is a placeholder article we'll further develop for our iteration of the Real Mask Sickness exemption card.
This is a rough draft, subject to changes as we develop our zero-sum contingency plan.
Mandated requirements of mask usage is deemed unconstitutional and are completely unjustified violations of sections 7 and 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, namely the rights to liberty, security of the person, and equality.
In addition, the necessity for exempt persons to disclose private and confidential information to third parties by way of explanation to justify their inability to wear a mask creates privacy concerns which will render the mandatory mask requirements illegal.
This article contains OSHA guidance with important information that provides answers to many frequently asked questions (FAQs) and answers related to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
It contains recommendations as well as descriptions of mandatory safety and health standards.
“A mask mandate is the antithesis of (life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness),” she said. “Life is snuffed with the deprivation of oxygen. Liberty is snuffed when personal freedom of choice is removed and our pursuit of happiness is snuffed when we have to fight you constantly not to remove our freedoms.”
Governments are enforcing laws, by-laws and “health” directives that thereby put the general population at risk, while not having satisfied the onus of demonstrating that their draconian policies are safe, and not harmful to the very fabric of society.
Therefore, the OCLA recommends peaceful civil disobedience against directives imposing masks in the general population.