I REPRINT THIS FROM A COMMENT ON ANOTHER ARTICLE DEALING WITH THE US MILITARY TRYING TO FORCE JABS OF GIs, BECAUSE IT MAY HELP SOME FOLKS IN AUSTRALIA.
If you do not research the laws they can and will tell you any damn thing like it is law.
As for Australia getting the criminals, not all of them.
One of my 5th great grandfathers got shipped to Virginia as a slave because he was caught trying to steal a pewter sign off a business in London England.
Maybe why I feel a kinship with the Aussies.
I did a joint exercise in Australia with the Australian military back in 1996 I believe it was.
Aussies were some of the friendliest and finest folks I have met in my trotting around the world
Ones my wife and I met when I was at Pearl Harbor.
Ones I met in Australia.
Some my wife and I gave a ride to in San Antonio, Texas when they parked at an RV center and was waiting on a bus.
Years later my wife is still in touch with them.
We humans are all in this fight together.
Thank you for the information and I hope folks from Australia read this and it helps them.
The Ole Dog!
MANDATING or CO-ERCING MEDICAL SERVICES
Under Section of Australia’s Constitution, Subsection 51(xxiiiA) contains an express prohibition on the use of the medical services power ‘to authorize any form of civil conscription’. This is a Constitutional guarantee against mandated medical services including pharmaceuticals or vaccines.
This guarantee against civil conscription of medical services in Australia’s Constitution was approved by the Australian people in the 1946 referendum.
Clause 5 of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act provides that the Constitution is itself a law which is binding on the courts, judges, and people of every State and of every part of the Commonwealth, notwithstanding anything in the laws of any State.
Section 109 of the Constitution provides that when a law of a State is inconsistent with a law of the Commonwealth (of which the Constitution is itself a law of the Commonwealth), the latter shall prevail, and the former shall, to the extent of the inconsistency, be invalid. (Gibbons v Ogden (1894), US). Accordingly, the States are unable themselves to mandate medical services.
In the High Court case of Attorney-General (Vic) v The Commonwealth (Pharmaceutical Benefits Case”) (1945) 71 CLR 237 at 257, on page 257, the Court clearly stated that, “But the Parliament could not pass a law requiring citizens of the States to keep their premises clean or to submit to vaccination or immunization”
Furthermore, Australian case law upholds the sacrosanct nature of the relationship between a Doctor and patient. More than 60 years of much settled case law in the High Court, involving 38 Judges held that in regard to medical procedures the Doctor/Patient relationship cannot be penetrated. It is voluntary and no third party can get involved, not even the government.
The High Court has determined that the government cannot provide any legal or practical compulsion for a person to accept any medical procedure. All medical procedures must be totally voluntary with fully informed consent. If the consent is forced or withdrawn during the medical procedure, this constitutes assault.
In relation to the COVID-19 vaccines specifically these are classified as experimental. The Nuremberg Code and subsequent laws guarantee a person’s right to choose, after having the opportunity for fully informed consent, whether to be an experimental subject. Accordingly, experimental vaccines cannot be mandated or coerced in any way.
The Council of Europe recently resolved (Resolution 2361) on vaccines:
“7.3 with respect to ensuring high vaccine uptake:
7.3.1 ensure that citizens are informed that the vaccination is NOT mandatory and that no one is politically, socially, or otherwise pressured to get themselves vaccinated, if they do not wish to do so themselves;
7.3.2 ensure that no one is discriminated against for not having been vaccinated, due to possible health risks or not wanting to be vaccinated;”
(Based on information provided by KNOW YOUR RIGHTS
Taken from a comment by Verily Chambers