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Under the new act, the province can order vaccinations or examinations and quarantine people. Health officials can also enforce the act using peace officers, warrants and even court orders.
Originally posted by burntheships
reply to post by Moshpet
Don't shoot the messenger! This thread is not advocating any action that could be construed as reactionary. Refusing a worthless vaccine is not a reaction...it is an informed decision.
The videos in this thread are very carefully selected, as they show that this was developing years ago. Not, as you say...this last week.
I agree with your assessment of the "whoever" aka known as TPTB needing the breakdown of the U.S....but not so they can point fingers at us.
Manitoba's revamped public health act came into effect in April, just as the H1N1 virus was emerging. When the bill to amend the act was first introduced in 2005, the chief public health officer said it was needed to stop disease from spreading "particularly in the early stages of a pandemic."
Protection from liability
106(1) No action or proceeding may be brought against the minister, the chief public health officer, a director, a medical officer, an inspector, a health officer, a public health nurse or any other person acting under the authority of this Act, the regulations or a municipal by-law for anything done or not done, or for any neglect,
(a) in the performance or intended performance of a duty under this Act, the regulations or a municipal by-law; or...
(b) in the exercise or intended exercise of a power under this Act, the regulations or a municipal by-law;
unless the person was acting in bad faith.
Reasonable force may be used
107 A director, medical officer, inspector, health officer, public health nurse or other person who is required or authorized under this Act or a municipal by-law to do anything or prevent anything from being done may use such reasonable force as is necessary to accomplish what is required or what he or she is authorized to do.
No treatment or immunization if person objects
97 Despite any other provision of this Act, no person is required to comply with an order made under this Act requiring him or her to receive treatment or be immunized, if the person objects to the treatment or immunization.
Under the revised legislation, how extensive are the powers to enforce quarantine and other protective measures during an outbreak?
During an outbreak, many of the enforcement powers of public health officials would be similar to those that already exist.
Medical Officers of Health (MOHs) will be able to order immunization, quarantine, isolation or treatment for individuals who are at risk of spreading serious diseases or health hazards to others. People could also be ordered to stay away from their jobs or other group activities to help control the spread of disease.
This is part 1 of a 4-part series report. The objective of this paper is to provide an overview of an underreported relationship between the global economic crisis and the A H1N1 swine flu, the proposed experimental vaccine, martial law and eugenics.
The World Health Organization (WHO) level 6 pandemic alert and the U.S. national emergency measures, supposedly to contain the H1N1 swine flu “pandemic,” are raising a classic civil rights issue:
Now that the U.S. military is deployed in the U.S. and the Pentagon is planning to deploy more troops to assist with a national flu vaccination program, to what extent can an American’s liberty be curtailed to advance the common good?
According to former administration officials, at a top-level meeting in 2002, then-vice president Dick Cheney and his allies lobbied hard for sending U.S. troops onto the streets of a Buffalo, N.Y., suburb to kick down doors and kill or capture a group of terrorist suspects, the so-called Lackawanna Six.
In that debate, Cheney relied on a legal memo by Justice Department official John Yoo that said neither the Fourth Amendment nor the Posse Comitatus Act, the federal statute that restricts the use of standing armies to keep the peace at home, could check the commander in chief’s power to use the military domestically.
There’s good reason to resist turning the machinery of war inward. From the violent suppression of strikers in the 19th century to the 1997 Marine Corps killing of an American high school student at the Mexican border, deviation from our tradition of civilian law enforcement has had grave consequences.
TPTB are scared that people should learn the truth
TPTB are covering up the truth, and they do not want people to know that vaccinations are unsafe, ineffective, a scam