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NiceNin

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I don't think there's a get out clause but the government are giving themselves one. If you were to say what situation might allow for the suspension of constitutional rights (natural rights acknowledged by the Constitution) for eight months so far, it would hardly be a virus for which (dubious) tests show a less than 5% positivity rate and from which 99% of people recover.
This is the subject of the Gemma O'Doherty and John Waters Judicial Review action. The preliminary case has gone to the Court of Appeal and will be heard in January. The central question is whether or not the restrictions imposed were proportionate to the threat posed by Covid19 back in March and subsequent. Any encroachment on fundamental constitutional rights must be proportionate. They cannot be suspended "in the common good" without justification. The only emergency provision in the Constitution is that of wartime and interestingly the State is saying in its response to the current action that it is not seeking to avail of emergency powers. This is despite the Covid legislation having "emergency" written all over it. FFG fraudsters.
 

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I don't think there's a get out clause but the government are giving themselves one. If you were to say what situation might allow for the suspension of constitutional rights (natural rights acknowledged by the Constitution) for eight months so far, it would hardly be a virus for which (dubious) tests show a less than 5% positivity rate and from which 99% of people recover.
Exactly so. The claim that it is all for the common good is utterly nonsensical. Certainly, any legislation introduced to make vaccination mandatory simply cannot pass this test.
 

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This is the subject of the Gemma O'Doherty and John Waters Judicial Review action. The preliminary case has gone to the Court of Appeal and will be heard in January. The central question is whether or not the restrictions imposed were proportionate to the threat posed by Covid19 back in March and subsequent. Any encroachment on fundamental constitutional rights must be proportionate. They cannot be suspended "in the common good" without justification. The only emergency provision in the Constitution is that of wartime and interestingly the State is saying in its response to the current action that it is not seeking to avail of emergency powers. This is despite the Covid legislation having "emergency" written all over it. FFG fraudsters.
Download the bitchute video of the box for the astrazenca oxford vaccine and print it off. Maybe you can fight including a conscience clause due to the inclusion of mrc5 if you have a copy of the box. Print it off now because it is being deleted. They have wavered the right for us to know whats in it
 

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Download the bitchute video of the box for the astrazenca oxford vaccine and print it off. Maybe you can fight including a conscience clause due to the inclusion of mrc5 if you have a copy of the box. Print it off now because it is being deleted. They have wavered the right for us to know whats in it
Have you an actual link to what we should be looking for?

With regards to mrc-5 then Wikepedia (and other sites) note that -

MRC-5 (Medical Research Council cell strain 5) is a diploid cell culture line composed of fibroblasts, originally developed from the lung tissue of a 14-week-old aborted male fetus

 

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Exactly so. The claim that it is all for the common good is utterly nonsensical. Certainly, any legislation introduced to make vaccination mandatory simply cannot pass this test.
Surely there must be someone in the AG's office who would give them something to go to Tony Holohan with.
 

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This is the subject of the Gemma O'Doherty and John Waters Judicial Review action. The preliminary case has gone to the Court of Appeal and will be heard in January. The central question is whether or not the restrictions imposed were proportionate to the threat posed by Covid19 back in March and subsequent. Any encroachment on fundamental constitutional rights must be proportionate. They cannot be suspended "in the common good" without justification. The only emergency provision in the Constitution is that of wartime and interestingly the State is saying in its response to the current action that it is not seeking to avail of emergency powers. This is despite the Covid legislation having "emergency" written all over it. FFG fraudsters.
 

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Whilst I agree totally with the thrust of the video it should be noted that the fetal tissue can only be replicated 45 times, according to the very Wiki entry she highlights, not over and over again since the 60's. That is how I understand it anyway. However, it actually makes things worse because there will be a demand for fresh aborted foetuses to fill that demand.
 

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Whilst I agree totally with the thrust of the video it should be noted that the fetal tissue can only be replicated 45 times, according to the very Wiki entry she highlights, not over and over again since the 60's. That is how I understand it anyway. However, it actually makes things worse because there will be a demand for fresh aborted foetuses to fill that demand.
Live resistance event in Denmark.
 

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And therein lies a major issue. Holohan is an unelected civil servent paid to advise the government, not run the country.
But surely there's another senior civil servant in the AG's office whose job it is to prevent this sort of thing happening. Is working from home the problem? Are we going to get productivity reports for these civil servants?
 
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