Know anyone with a photocopier? I have condensed alot of the information available on:
Managed to slim it down to 2 pages (so one single piece of a4 or a5 paper - double sided) Get printing hundreds if u can - and hopefully you can do what I'm doing:
Print them off, put under the windscreen wipers of every car you see at the supermarket or anywhere, staple them up on lamposts, town notice boards, hand them out, deliver them through peoples doors in your local area, give a fiver each to your children or whatever to deliver loads for you.
I saved it to a word document but it's not letting me attach it to this post so I've just copied and pasted it: (you can do the same just copy from here into word and then print/photocopy loads) Many thanks people:
NOTICE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC:
Your LEGAL RIGHTS & information that the government does NOT want you to know about YOUR RIGHTS NOT TO WEAR A FACE MASK.
The wearing of face masks have been totally debunked by the real scientists who have been silenced by your government, but also debunked by the WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION.
CARRY THIS WITH YOU AT ALL TIMES
– YOU DO NOT EVER NEED TO WEAR A FACE MASK.
The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Wearing of Face Coverings in a Relevant Place) (England) Regulations 2020
The following is a legal document condensed for swift reading from:
Notice of EXEMPTION from requirement to wear a face covering
·To controllers and owners of premises
·To individuals working at those premises
1. I have a reasonable excuse not to wear a face covering
All UK regulations and government guidance imposing restrictions in response to Coronavirus have provided a “reasonable excuse” exemption.
· Severe distress is given as one example of an acute immediate reaction. If the Police question you - then to say it would cause you “Severe distress” is an ENTIRELY acceptable and ‘reasonable excuse’.
· To avoid harm or injury, or the risk of harm or injury Harm or injury, or risk of it.
· People already suffering from, anxiety, generalised anxiety disorder, paranoia and depression among others mental impairments.
· Asthma and many other respiratory conditions, many of which will not ordinarily be apparent to others.
2. Shops: Government advice is not to challenge people to wear face covering
This is for GOOD REASON. If a retailer or service provider do so, they & their employees may be PERSONALLY LIABLE for AN OFFENCE liable on summary conviction to pay a fine of up to £5,000-section 112 (Aiding contraventions) of the Equality Act 2010AN ACT OF DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION and be ordered to pay to any individual who suffers injury to feelings compensation between £900 and £9,000 see section 119 (Remedies) of the Equality Act 2010
3. Premises cannot challenge me about my decision not to wear a face covering
Shop, premises are not permitted to ask for a medical certificate.
The only people who are entitled to ask about whether someone has a reasonable excuse are:
·police community support officers
·persons designated by local authorities for the purpose of enforcement
If you are not such an enforcement officer, you will be likely to commit disability discrimination and harassment and be ordered to pay compensation.
To controllers and owners of premises & individuals working at premises:
Information about disability discrimination (Under section 29 of the Equality Act 2010)
A service provider must not discriminate against, harass or victimise a person because of, or for a reason associated with, a disability.Your PERSONAL LIABILITY on summary conviction to pay a fine if requiring me to wear a face covering Under section 112 (Aiding contraventions) of the Equality Act 2010, IF:
·having been informed by me that, by reason of a disability, requiring me or another person to wear a face covering is a basic contravention of the Equality Act 2010;
·you make a false or misleading statement to the effect that requiring me or that other person to wear a face covering does not contravene the Equality Act 2010; and
·in view of all the information you have, you are considered knowingly or recklessly to have made that statement then you will personally be committing an offence and liable on summary conviction to pay a fine of up to £5000
Your PERSONAL LIABILITY to compensate me for injury to my feelings. In addition, by section 119 (Remedies) of the Equality Act 2010 the Courts may to order you to pay damages and compensation for injured feelings as well as for any injury or loss. In relation to compensation for injury to feelings, judicial guidelines are that even the lowest awards will be in the range of £900 to £9,000
Shops, premises & service providers must support people who stand up for others with a disability The Equality Act 2010 prohibits unfavourable treatment of anyone because of, or for a reason related to disability.
The disability does not have to be theirs. If someone stands up for the rights of a person with a disability not to wear a face covering and that someone is then subject to harassment or other unfavourable treatment, then they will be entitled to remedy and to compensation under the Act.
To the reader of this notice: Disclosure of disability
My rights and your legal duties and obligations.
I have given you notice separately of my reasonable excuse exemption under the Coronavirus regulations. The exemption in the Coronavirus regulations is not limited to avoidance of severe distress or only protecting those with long-term health conditions..
Having a ‘disability’ in the meaning of the Equality Act 2010 is not required for that exemption to apply.
It is, therefore, not necessary for you to have any further information in relation to my health condition Nevertheless, I now disclose that I do suffer from a mental or physical impairment that is a ‘disability’ in the meaning of section 6(1) of the Equality Act 2010 and as a result of which I am at a substantial disadvantage arising from requirements to wear face coverings. (Section 212 of that Act defines ‘substantial’ as meaning“ more than minor or trivial”.)
As a result of the above, I am exempted from having to wear a face covering under the provisions of the Equality Act 2010.
I have offered for inspection a copy of this document which I carry with me in anticipation of being challenged about not wearing a face covering.
Your demand for details of my health condition By section 119(5) and (6) of the Equality Act 2010, whether or not you have good intention towards me or any of your staff, customers, the government or to the public generally in requiring the wearing of face coverings, or whether you may mistakenly imagine you are required by law to insist I wear a face covering, is not relevant.
I consider your demand for details of my health condition to be an act of disability discrimination. Retention of relevant documents I hereby give you notice of a dispute and my intention to pursue legal claim for compensation in respect of your requirement for the wearing of a face covering. Please note that you have a legal obligation to retain and not to destroy or alter any records that may be relevant to this dispute.
This includes any video or CCTV recordings which show my interaction with you or any of your staff or customers where the wearing of a face covering appears likely to be subject of that interaction.
Added information NOT extracted from www.laworfiction.com:
YOU ARE BEING MUZZLED TO KEEP YOU QUIET AND IN FEAR
You do not need to acquiesce to tyranny.
Think twice before trusting the misinformation spewed out from the BBC and other large news corporations – they are telling you only what their corporate masters let them tell you, Look at communist China – this is what they want for the world. The truth is out there – this is the long haul takeover of the world after the failed attempt of world war 2,Do not let your forefathers deaths during this time be for nothing.
PLEASE - WAKE UP.
****Edit: you may have to play around with font and sizing - it's changed a little (but not much) since I copied&pasted it over here
Here's how it looks when printed - - if doing double sided then only 1 bit of paper needed - could get 2 on each a4 paper if choosing to print/copy in a5 - double sided.