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Petition to Parliament to Amend the Bill of Rights Act

The following petition to amend the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act has been allocated to the Petitions Select Committee.

This petition is an attempt to provide a legal solution to the problem of vaccination mandates. In recent cases where the applicants sought relief from the Vax Mandate Orders Justice Mathew Palmer (and other Judges) in the High Court ruled that, “while concerns of bullying, harassment, and vilification of the unvaccinated and their family members may have foundation, vaccine mandates do not breach the NZ Bill of Rights Act”.

This ruling, which went against the plaintiffs, discussed section 5 of the Act, which says: “the rights and freedoms expressed in this Bill of Rights may be subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society”.
The proposed amendment to section 5 would make clear, that New Zealand’s constitution reflects rule of law principles, and respects, and upholds the life, and security of its citizens (all natural persons). The petition solution applies to the Bill of Rights Act 1990, under the heading; Life and security of the person, making Sections 8, 9, 10 and 11 sacrosanct.

The amendment to the Bill of Rights proposed would deny justification of any forced medication of anyone or group of people, as there is no just reason to take a person’s life or torture them or to medicate or experiment on them against their will. Not even Covid-19. The influenza jab isn’t mandated.

The Petition

The petition asked for Section 5 of the bill to be amended and a new Section 5A to be inserted.

Current Section 5

Justified limitations: Subject to section 4, the rights and freedoms contained in this Bill of Rights may be subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society.

Petition: Amendment of Section 5

Insert: and subject to section 5A

Petition: Addition of Section 5A

Insert: Unjustified limitations. None of sections 4, 5, 6 provide any justified limits on rights and freedoms contained in sections 8, 9, 10 and 11.

Sections of the Bill to Which the Petition Solution Would Apply

Section 8: Right not to be deprived of life

No one shall be deprived of life except on such grounds as are established by law and are consistent with the principles of fundamental justice.

Section 9: Right not to be subjected to torture or cruel treatment

Everyone has the right not to be subjected to torture or to cruel, degrading, or disproportionately severe treatment or punishment.

Section 10: Right not to be subjected to medical or scientific experimentation

Every person has the right not to be subjected to medical or scientific experimentation without that person’s consent.

Section 11: Right to refuse to undergo medical treatment

Everyone has the right to refuse to undergo any medical treatment.

What You Can Do

If you have new information or evidence that isn’t covered in this evidence paper, or are compelled to state something to the committee about this petition, you can forward the material to the Select Committee. You may wish to send in an email [email protected] with a copy to gregfullmoon013[email protected]

Let’s take our country back.

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