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  1. I do agree with you however the Gov were required to discuss not making the vaccine compulsary (despite being a white wash) As point 2 I am happy to be on a Gov list of dissenter as I do not Consent Also I would say publicity adds to help get ideas out there. If more people could stand up and say I want nothing to do with this many people would want to join and not feel alone. buddsy
  2. Protect those who refuse a vaccine with existing anti-discrimination laws Sorry for cross posting this but seems more important now. I am asking the government to add men & women who chose not to take anyone or more vaccines offered to them to be given protection under law by adding this group to existing anti-discrimination legislation. https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/564148/sponsors/new?token=v5wIK2yQ64zhmlIu6hBl love & peace buddsy
  3. Thanks to those that have signed this. I hope we can be protected from this tyranny. buddsy
  4. Hi I saw a medical doctor claiming as the "vaccine" doesn't stop infection spreading but only reduces the symptoms by the medical definition this is not a vaccine but a medical treatment. Does anyone know if this is a true thing on both counts? Is it not a vaccine? Does it stop infection spreading? buddsy
  5. Hi friends https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/564148/sponsors/new?token=v5wIK2yQ64zhmlIu6hBl After parliament debated the petition of not forcing people to take the vaccine (which basically turned into a rant of how good the vaccine was) I thought it may be worth a different tack? I think the Gov wont be the ones forcing people into taking the vaccine it will be businesses forcing men & women by not allowing them access to their services such as being able to go into shops or cinemas etc. I think allowing non vaccinated people to be protected with current anti discrimination laws would help? I already know of one employer who told his staff "if you turn down the vaccine you need to go and seek other employment". My petition: Protect those who refuse a vaccine with existing anti-discrimination laws I am asking the government to add men & women who chose not to take anyone or more vaccines offered to them to be given protection under law by adding this group to existing anti-discrimination legislation. On the 14th December 2020 the government stated it had no plans to force vaccinate anyone. Medical intervention should always be consensual. The government also agreed men & women should not be coerced into vaccinating against their will by way of removal of goods & services. Adding this group of people to current anti-discrimination laws would give them protection from unscrupulous corporations & Government agencies ensuring the continuation of freedom of choice. I need help with a few more signatures to get this one off the ground https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/564148/sponsors/new?token=v5wIK2yQ64zhmlIu6hBl Love and peace. buddsy
  6. Leave your mobile phone turned off at home. If we all done this it would help...until they make mobiles mandatory! buddsy
  7. https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/distributing-vaccines-and-treatments-for-covid-19-and-flu/consultation-document-changes-to-human-medicine-regulations-to-support-the-rollout-of-covid-19-vaccines?fbclid=IwAR3KLXSG4ODmyAS5uEPHHd7ACJKOln5Nd-Wxo_vWuD04sK8qooR-f3s1OV4 Not sure if this has been post here before? It looks like they want to grant vaccine manufactures immunity from claims of harm and allow them to be rolled out unlicenced. Surely the licencing is there to protect people from harm? They are trying to push to get these vaccines out quickly but this is the very reason this licensing exist surely? Its like having a driving speed limit but saying it doesnt apply if you are in a hurry? Surely you are more liekly to be in a crash if youre rushing? There is an email: "Taking into account the information in this document, you are asked to give general responses. The consultation period will run until the end of Friday 18 September 2020. By necessity we are working towards short timelines, but if you miss the date and still want to make comments, contact us at [email protected] " So as an average man can I just write and say "no thank you very much"? Will that count for anything? love and peace buddsy (Mod edit to add consultation survey link) https://consultations.dhsc.gov.uk/5f43b8aca0980b6fc0198f9f
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