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Australia’s Constitution Clashes With Vaccine Mandates

Reposted from an article published September 9, 2021 in the Epoch Times by Augusto Zimmermann and Gabriël Moens Although it is not feasible to predict what the High Court of Australia—the nation’s apex legal body—would do if it were called upon to consider the constitutionality of vaccine mandates and emergency declaration orders, it is still possible to […]

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Constitutionally Inoculated to Resist Coercion

Published in the Quadrant 24th July 2021 by Augusto Zimmermann One of the most remarkable characteristics of the Australian Constitution is its express limitation on governmental powers. In drafting the Constitution, the framers sought to design an instrument of government intended to distribute and limit the powers of the State. This distribution and limitation upon […]

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Australian High Court Rules The Australian Constitution Bans Mandatory Vaccinations

In Part One of a 6-part series of interviews with Darren Dixon for the ‘GLOSSA channel’ he explains the good news for Australians. The highest court in the land, the High Court of Australia has already ruled that under law, Australians can refuse all government ‘mandatory’ vaccinations as well as any government medical services. Transcript (by […]

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