[Forwarded from John Wolf 🏴🇪🇦]
Annet Ibz, [Jul 15, 2021 at 12:42 PM]
Very, very good news;
> The ban on "mandatory vaccination" has been passed by the Council of Europe.
The Council of Europe in January 2021 ruled on the ban on compulsory vaccination. The link in French is at the end with the articles of law of the European Court.
Any compulsory vaccination is now illegal by default The Council of Europe (not to be confused with the EU), to which all European states (including the United Kingdom) belong, except Belarus, Kosovo and the Vatican, which is the godfather of the European Court of Human Rights, decided on 27.01.2021 in its resolution 2361/2021 , inter alia, that no one can be vaccinated against their will under pressure.
The 47 Member States are requested to notify before vaccination that vaccination is not mandatory and that non-vaccinated people should not be discriminated against.
Discrimination is also expressly prohibited in case of existing health risks or if a person does not wish to be vaccinated. Vaccine manufacturers are required to publish all vaccine safety information.
With this resolution, Europe's largest human rights organization has now established standards, obligations and guidelines under international law to be applied by all 47 member states, including the EU as an organisation.
Discrimination, for example in the workplace or travel bans for unvaccinated people, are therefore excluded by law.
In any legal proceeding, against any authority, any employer, any travel provider, any responsible person.
See in particular:
7.3 - 7.4 - and 7.5.2: "Use vaccination certificates only for the intended purpose of monitoring vaccine efficacy, possible side effects and adverse reactions"
To spread! It dates from January but has not been abolished. People need to know this!!
Since January 27, not a single politician in the system has talked about it, ... and with good reason.
They want people to forget that it is not mandatory and go and get the vaccine themselves.
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