Part 1: Employment, Lawsuits, Animal Testing, Nuremberg, Canadian Law
Some say employees who don’t get the jab will be shown the door. Others are listing vaccination as a mandatory requirement for new hires.
The forced and coerced, mandatory and required vaccination of citizens is no doubt against their rights... or is it?
We're seeing changes taking place on the legal horizon, already in Germany they have legalese prepared for violently forced vaccination
Germany Says Goodbye To Basic Rights
Will it be any different in the US or Canada? Evidence so far says NOPE
In the US, employers can legally require proof before hiring, or later require it
Can employers require a COVID-19 vaccine? Federal agency says yes, and they can offer incentives, too
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued updated guidance stating that federal laws don’t prevent an employer from requiring workers to be
The key updates to the technical assistance are summarized below:
-Federal EEO laws do not prevent an employer from requiring all employees physically entering the workplace to be vaccinated for COVID-19...
-Federal EEO laws do not prevent or limit employers from offering incentives to employees to voluntarily provide documentation or other confirmation
-Employers that are administering vaccines to their employees may offer incentives for employees to be vaccinated, as long as the incentives are not
... a very large incentive could make employees feel pressured to disclose protected medical information.
and if you work in medicine there is no question, you will be required to submit:
"Out of the 26,000 Houston Methodist system employees, 99% of workers have complied with the vaccine policy" he says.
If an employee doesn’t want to take the vaccine, Boom says that’s their right — but by June 7, unvaccinated workers will be suspended without
pay for two weeks.
After that, Boom says “they will have to seek employment elsewhere.”
We're now hearing a lot about lawsuits lately, and doubtlessly will hear of many more to come.
Some involve resistance to the vaccination itself
117 Employees Sue Hospital Over Vaccine Mandate
Some involve the methods of testing
1,000 Lawyers and 10,000 Doctors File Lawsuit for Violation of Nuremberg Code
And others involve the misapplication of care
lawsuit filed over COVID-19 deaths at Maples Personal Care Home in Winnipeg
Some are talking class-action over NOT getting their dose!
ASTRAZENECA NIGHTMARE: Class-action
lawsuits heading Trudeau's way!
The Nuremberg Code came out of a trial in post-war Germany in December of 1946, the second of the Nuremberg trials.
It doesn't cover vaccines, it was intended for
Neither the Nuremberg Code nor the Declaration of Helsinki is legally binding or legally enforceable in its own right.
No, Covid Vaccine Mandates Don’t
Violate the Nuremberg Code
BMC Medical Ethics
(However, see). They are ethical guidelines. Both documents and the principles enshrined in them will be persuasive authority to any domestic
and indeed an argument can be made that many if not most of the principles are customary law
(i.e. international law, binding on all states, that is derived from the customary behaviour of states, indicating a consensus that the behaviour is
Requiring consent in experiments, for example, may be considered a principle of customary international law,
and states may have recourse at the International Court of Justice if this principle is violated.
However, international codes and declarations gain tangible lawful force for individuals when they are adopted into domestic laws.
The FDA does not require proof of efficacy in animal models while they do in practice mandate toxicity testing in animals.
This should be interpreted in light of the fact that what the FDA requires differs from what the FDA accepts and in some cases this is a distinction
without a difference.
Similarly, the US Food and Drug regulations stipulate that results from animal-based research should be included in applications if it has been
(e.g. s. 314.50), but the plain meaning of the text is that it is not mandated.
Food and Drugs Regulations reference animal-based research in at least three separate provisions.
Provision C.08.002.01 provides that a manufacturer of a new drug may file an extraordinary use new drug submission if the new drug is intended for:
(i)emergency use (ii)preventative use
However, s. C.08.002.01(2)(iv) requires that the submission for extraordinary use new drugs contains:
detailed reports of studies, in an animal species that is expected to react with a response that is predictive for humans, establishing the safety of
the new drug,
and providing substantial evidence of its effect...
information confirming that the end point of animal studies is clearly related to the desired benefit in humans,
information demonstrating that there is a sufficient understanding of the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of the new drug in animals and in
humans to enable... effective dose in humans . . .
Other provisions in the Regulations suggest an assumption that animal-based research has predictive value for humans,
although interestingly, none—other than the foregoing—require the results of animal-based research.
Rather, it is indicated that when animal-based research exists its results should be included in applications for drug authorization.
In other words, with the exception of extraordinary use drugs, animal-based research does not appear to be mandated under the Regulations.
Only when animal species have been tested should that information be included in the application.
If the pharmacological aspects, pharmacokinetics, toxicological aspects, and carcinogenicity of the drug can be demonstrated using non-animal models,
this is sufficient.
edit on 8-8-2021 by ADAMandEVIL because: Eta fix