(Natural News) The High Court of New Zealand has upheld a legal challenge against forced Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) “vaccination” for the country’s Police and Defense Force staff.
According to the ruling, the mandate breaches New Zealand’s Bill of Rights and is not “demonstrably justified.”
Justice Francis Cooke was petitioned by a group of Police and Defense Force personnel to judicially review the mandate, which was enacted under the COVID-19 Public Health Response Act back in December.
The mandate would have required all Defense Force personnel and all Police constables, recruits and authorized officers to receive two doses of a COVID injection by March 1.
On January 6, however, three unvaccinated staff who did not want to be force-injected called on the court to intervene. They were supported with affidavits from 37 of their colleagues who were also in a similar position.
The group says that two rights contained in the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act of 1990 protect against mandates like this. These include the right to refuse a medical treatment and the right to manifest religious beliefs.
One of the group’s religious objections addressed concerns about the fact that “the Pfizer vaccine had at some point been tested on cells that had been derived from a human fetus.”
New Zealand’s COVID jab mandates will remain in place for others, though
UCLA Health claims that Fauci Flu shots do not contain any actual aborted fetal cells. However, that’s a false claim. The Johnson & Johnson (J&J) injection, as one example, does contain ingredients derived from aborted baby tissue.
Both Pfizer and Moderna also used aborted baby tissue to test their injections.
Requiring that a person take these shots without consent is a violation of New Zealand’s Bill of Rights as it stands “in conflict with the religious beliefs of some of the affected persons.”
In his judgment, Cooke did not accept some of the applicants’ arguments. However, he did agree that the mandate “is not a reasonable limit on rights that can be demonstrably justified.”
“I conclude that the Order does not involve a reasonable limit on the applicants’ rights that can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society and that it is unlawful,” he added.
Cooke went on to state that the mandate limits the right to be free to refuse medical treatment as recognized by the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act, including because it limits the ability of unvaccinated people to remain employed.
The mandate also limits the right to manifest religious beliefs “for those who decline to be vaccinated because the vaccine has been tested on cells derived from a human fetus which is contrary to their religious belief,” Cooke further added.
New Zealand’s other COVID jab mandates will remain in place, however. For some reason, the Bill of Rights does not apply to anyone else – only those who work in law enforcement are considered special enough to not be forcibly injected with messenger RNA (mRNA) poisons.
“In essence, the order mandating vaccinations for police and NZDF staff was imposed to ensure the continuity of the public services, and to promote public confidence in those services, rather than to stop the spread of COVID-19,” Cooke said.
“Indeed health advice provided to the government was that further mandates were not required to restrict the spread of COVID-19. I am not satisfied that continuity of these services is materially advanced by the order.”
Cooke estimates that only about 164 people, all unvaccinated, are affected by his decision. This is out of a workforce of nearly 15,700 people. At one point in New Zealand, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made a point of authorizing sex orgies amid her lockdown policies.
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