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8 Dec
The @NHSuk Clinical Negligence Scheme has provided plandemic indemnity for doctors from April Fools Day, 2019. @GOVUK must be proud at their "prediction"
Problem is, the scheme doesn't cover criminal liability for battery when coercion vitiates consent.
legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2019/334/…
From @NHSuk , For consent to be valid, it must be voluntary – "the decision to either consent or not to consent to treatment must be made by the person, and must not be influenced by pressure from medical staff, friends or family."
nhs.uk/conditions/con…
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5 Dec
Holy fuck, its a fake needle, see it ping back up when she holds it upright!!
@BorisJohnson this is clearly the tort of misfeasance in public office and an abuse of your fiduciary responsibilities to we the people. @HouseofCommons, @UKHouseofLords, @SteveBakerHW anything to say?
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@BorisJohnson I’m calling on you to resign immediately. Replace these Tory Socialist by joining the party with friends, attending AGM’s applying for vacancies and voting against all extermination Great Resetters. The Executive Council choose candidates. westonaprice.london/articles/take-…
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4 Dec
We have found that vaccinators are covered for clinical liability for pandemic vaccination, etc. by @NHSResolution but only clinical negligence is covered (claims for not being lawfully informed). Trespass crimes & torts (treatment without consent) cannot be lawfully indemnified.
Our aim is to force doctors via duty of care to acknowledge in your medical record that consent could not be obtained, noting any coercion. With this being a clinical reason why you cannot be lawfully vaccinated with any COVID-19 vaccination. A common law exemption.
Next, get your employer to ask for your medical records via a notification under s.3 Access to Medical Records Act (1988). Have your doctor release the bit that confirms lawful exemption, redacting confidential records about consent. See how they fare at industrial tribunal.
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3 Dec
@YorksAmbulance , as you well know, coercing your staff to be vaccinated is the civil tort and crime of assault. As would be the case if you coerce patients to have a treatment.
Montgomery v Lanarkshire 2015 UKSC 11
“An adult person of sound mind is entitled to decide which, if any, of the available forms of treatment to undergo, and her consent must be obtained before treatment interfering with her bodily integrity is undertaken”
supremecourt.uk/cases/docs/uks…
Airedale N.H.S. Trust v Bland [1993] AC 789
“it is unlawful, so as to constitute both a tort and the crime of battery, to administer medical treatment to an adult, who is conscious and sound of mind, without his consent."
bailii.org/uk/cases/UKHL/…
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29 Nov
@PatrickR_NASUWT of @NASUWT should read @UKHSA's Vaccine Green Book, Ch14A before attempting to impose despotic restrictions on children.
It states children "exhibit mild disease" "are also unlikely to be key drivers of transmission at a population level". assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/upl…
@UsforThemUK thank you for being a voice for reason. For standing up for the innocence of children against bullies, teaching them to stand up and resist this brain washing programme.
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28 Nov
@avantmutual Clinician insurance states:
14.4 d) Contractual liability
“We exclude claims which arise from a liability you assume by contract, waiver, guarantee or warranty, unless you would have had this liability in the absence of these”
avant.org.au/Resources/Publ…
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When a clinician vaccinates or refers a patient to be vaccinated where coercion vitiates valid informed consent, the clinician assumes by contract liability that would not occur had valid informed consent been obtained, i.e. they aren’t insured for that civil & criminal liability
Therefore, if you sue them for clinical battery and negligence and point this out they will be incapable of obtaining funding for legal defence from their insurer and will be forced to settle. Find out the value of their house and practice, you could send bailiffs to seize them.
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28 Nov
Hearing from sources that a 🚨isolation event🚨 will occur in UK after Christmas
Isolation is the separation of sick individuals with a "contagious" disease from the healthy
Secure hiding places/escape plans
Means for defence
Delete NHS app
Resist testing! en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isolation…
Art.7 Bill of Rights (1688) “That the Subjects which are Protestants may have Arms for their Defence suitable to their Conditions and as allowed by Law.”
This was in context with there being no dispute that Catholic’s could be armed for their defence.
legislation.gov.uk/aep/WillandMar…
Law here refers to common law, not statute. Police authorities, contrary to law have created policies that pretend to prevent lawful subjects from obtaining a license if their purpose is self defence. They are criminal Marxists who wanted us disarmed for this take down.
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27 Nov
To coerce a person to put a mask (medical device) over their face is the civil tort and crime of assault. nhs.uk/conditions/con…
It is also a tort & crime to require masking without insuring & indemnifying the risk of physical injury, psychological harm and disease they cause.
Airedale N.H.S. Trust v Bland [1993] AC 789 “it is unlawful, so as to constitute both a tort and the crime of battery, to administer medical treatment to an adult, who is conscious and sound of mind, without his consent.” bailii.org/uk/cases/UKHL/…
Montgomery v Lanarkshire 2015 UKSC 11
"An adult person of sound mind is entitled to decide which, if any, of the available forms of treatment to undergo, and her consent must be obtained before treatment interfering with her bodily integrity is undertaken"
supremecourt.uk/cases/docs/uks…
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25 Nov
TASK: Contact your GP, ask whether they are insured for civil and criminal liability if they vaccinate or refer you to be vaccinated where valid informed consent cannot be obtained due to you self certifying that you feel coerced. Share with them info in this thread.
@NHSuk guidance on consent: "Consent from a patient is needed regardless of the procedure". "For consent to be valid, it must be voluntary and informed, and the person consenting must have the capacity to make the decision." nhs.uk/conditions/con…
@UKHSA 💉Green Book Ch2 "For consent to immunisation to be valid, it must be given freely, voluntarily and without coercion by an appropriately informed person who has the mental capacity to consent to the administration of the vaccines in question."
assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/upl…
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23 Nov
Montgomery v Lanarkshire [2015] UKSC 11
Para 87. The correct position, in relation to the risks of injury involved in treatment, can now be seen to be substantially that adopted in Sidaway by Lord Scarman, and by Lord Woolf MR in Pearce, Continued,,, supremecourt.uk/cases/docs/uks…
subject to the refinement made by the High Court of Australia in Rogers v Whitaker, which we have discussed at paras 77-73.
An adult person of sound mind is ENTITLED to decide which, if any, of the available forms of treatment to undergo,
and her consent MUST be obtained before treatment interfering with her bodily integrity is undertaken. The doctor is therefore under a duty to take reasonable care to ensure that the patient is aware of any material risks involved in any recommended treatment,
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23 Nov
Happy to assist suing @CQCProf registered persons for assault and inducing the tort of battery for failing to recognise that absence of informed consent is a clinical reason staff should not be vaccinated. @DHSCgovuk would be presented as here say evidence.
Limited downside because there will be common ground on the facts and staff will find they do not have legal insurance for being sued for assault and battery.
We are presently working with clinicians to confirm that they are not insured to treat patients where consent cannot be obtained due to coercion.
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20 Nov
To make the Conservatives Great Again, join with friends & family. Attend AGM's to ensure that all Executive Councillors of your local party association align with @SteveBakerHW's Covid Recovery Group, they select MP shortlists & local election candidates.
westonaprice.london/articles/take-…
There's an average of 350 members per constituency, most of whom do nothing, you likely need tens of people to take back your local party association from lunatic Covidians, climate alarmists and Great Reset fanatics.
Purge Conservatives of Tory Socialists
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tory_soci…
Our article on taking back Parliament describes how you can take back all of the parties. Purge Labour of Fabian Socialists and do the same with the Liberal Democrats to make them Liberal again. End the "Great" Reset on your doorstep. Become the change.
westonaprice.london/articles/take-…
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17 Nov
@GMB You want war? We will give you war.
Simple solution to this, the unvaccinated go on co-ordinated flash mob shopping excursions. Peacefully exercising our right to trade and navigation.
@GMB Art.IV Act of Union (1706) "That all the Subjects of the UK of GB shall from & after the Union have full freedom & Intercourse of Trade & Navigation to & from ANY port or place within the said UK & the Dominions & Plantations thereunto belonging"
legislation.gov.uk/aep/Ann/6/11/p…
@GMB Art.6 Act of Union with Ireland (1800)
"that his Majesty’s subjects of GB & Ireland shall, from & after 01/01/1801, be entitled,,, generally in respect of trade and navigation in all ports and places in the united kingdom and its dependencies"
legislation.gov.uk/aip/Geo3/40/38…
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15 Nov
@pjhlaw , some bed-time reading. Image
We are particularly interested in the voluntariness of informed consent and the legal principles around autonomy, coercion, manipulation and persuasion. ImageImageImage
The book divides Informed Consent into three principles. Respect for Autonomy, Benefice & Justice.
RESPECT FOR AUTONOMY:
Autonomy is from Greek. Autos (self) & nomos (rule or law) combine to mean self-government.
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11 Nov
Plague may not have been a plague. Its symptoms are similar to arsenic poisoning, which flowed along the silk road in the form of yellow dye for fabric. Interestingly, we can find plague masks coloured yellow, likely with arsenic based pigments.
Yellow is the "bio"hazard colour!
"Patients" (victims) were "treated" with arsenic.
"In his Treatise on the Plague (1603) the learned physician and notable playwright Thomas Lodge recommended that cakes of arsenic be applied to the patient's armpits."
"Plague, arsenic, and a dried toad" thelancet.com/journals/lance…
Anthrax, Arsenic and Old Lace - The Weston A. Price Foundation westonaprice.org/health-topics/…
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11 Nov
On this sacred Armistice Day, as @sajidjavid and @nadhimzahawi implement NAZI forced medical treatment & experimentation, this is a reminder that our work is not yet done. We must purge politics of Paternalistic Fabian & Tory Socialism. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tory_soci…
Achieve this by joining a political party and attending every AGM to ensure that Fabians & Tory Socialists are not selected for your local party association Executive Council, which negotiates MP shortlists & selects candidates for local Council elections. westonaprice.london/articles/take-…
You will find that often between 20 and 50 people turn up at AGM's, the average local Conservative Association has just 350 people, most of whom do not bother to vote at AGM's. Most associations can be taken with tens of people. We have the numbers, we now need the focus.
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9 Nov
Ministers prepare to combine annual Covid booster jab with flu vaccines to tackle pandemic
@nadhimzahawi "These plans would mean people would be 🚨 REQUIRED 🚨 to have an annual Covid jab and flu jab."
express.co.uk/news/uk/151851…
The Flu Shot: Unsafe, Ineffective and not Necessary - The Weston A. Price Foundation westonaprice.org/health-topics/…
Questions And Answers About Covid-19 Injections - The Weston A. Price Foundation westonaprice.org/health-topics/…
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4 Nov
Steve Bannon interviews Jam for Freedom founder, Cambel McLaughlin - WAR... via @YouTube
Join @JamForFreedomUK at Westminster Magistrates Court from 9am Friday. @WAPFLondon will be there, we've been working with Campbell to provide him a defence statement and support in court.
JAM FOR FREEDOM TRIAL- Is £10k the price of freedom?🎇
Firstly, Jam for Freedom were entitled at the time to assemble in groups of 30 or less, his band had far less. Secondly, he only organised his band, in a public park he has no control over the crowd. The Police could have asked the crowd to disperse but chose the easy target.
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3 Nov
They key element of informed consent for mandates is voluntariness.
At law, informed and consent elements are not possible without voluntariness, with this being a due process of law imposed by the common law to protect patients from powerful clinicians and now their employers.
Citing Sir Edward Coke, The US Supreme Court stated in 1855 that The words, "due process of law" (in the 5th & 14th Amendments), were undoubtedly intended to convey the same meaning as the words, "by the law of the land", in Art.29 Magna Carta.
caselaw.findlaw.com/us-supreme-cou…
"NO Freeman shall be taken or imprisoned, or be disseised of his Freehold, or Liberties, or free Customs, or be outlawed, or exiled, or any other wise destroyed; nor will We not pass upon him, nor condemn him, but by lawful judgment of his Peers, or by the LAW OF THE LAND" ,,,
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29 Oct
In R (A) v SOS Home Dept [2021] UKSC 37 The Supreme Court confirmed regarding government guidance that:
"public authorities have a general duty not to induce violations of the law by others."
Can CQC induce clinical negligence by ignoring informed consent?
supremecourt.uk/cases/docs/uks…
See Paragraph 38. "by adapting Lord Templeman’s words: does the policy in question authorise or approve unlawful conduct by those to whom it is directed? So far as the basis for intervention by a court is concerned, we respectfully consider that Lord Bridge & Lord Templeman
were correct in their analysis that it is not a matter of rationality, but rather that the court will intervene when a public authority has, by issuing a policy, positively authorised or approved unlawful conduct by others.
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29 Oct
Dean v Phung [2012] NSWCA 223
(Supreme Court of appeal New South Wales, Australia)
"consent is invalid when the treatment provided is not necessary for the patients condition”
The dentist provided treatment purely for financial gain. Sound familiar?
caselaw.nsw.gov.au/decision/54a63…
"A practitioner's honest & reasonable belief that a patient has consented is no defence to a claim in tort. The absence of consent may flow from the incapacity of the patient, innocent misrepresentation or maladministration or fraud"
"negligent advice that treatment is required will cause trespass despite the practitioner's belief in the necessity for treatment. This would avoid the limitations on recovery of damages imposed by the Civil Liability Act & expose the practitioner to criminal charges for assault"
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