Have you heard of the Biosecurity Act? YOU CAN SAY NO!
NO ONE can force you.
NOT the police
NOT the army
NOT your employee
NOT the hospital
NOT your school or Uni.
NOT your parents
NOT your friends
NOT the tv or radio
NO ONE can force an experiment onto you...NO ONE.
Reignite Democracy Australia has been working with lawyers to put together some templates that you can use in situations where your personal rights are being encroached on.
Are you being intimidated to take a PCR test, wear a mask or take a vaccine?
THIS IS WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
In order for the Government or a business to mandate masks (section 88), PCR tests (section 90) or vaccinations (section 92), they need to impose on you a ‘human biosecurity control order (HBCO)’ (section 60).
A Human Biosecurity Control Order (HBCO) is also required to enforce lockdowns and isolations.
If anyone attempts to intimidate you to partake in the above actions, ask them for a ‘HUMANBIOSECURITY CONTROL ORDER’. Without that, refuse to comply. If they do present one, at least you’re forcing them to take another step and if enough people ask for this, the administration of it might not be worth the hassle for them.
Subsection (2) – A human biosecurity control order may be imposed on an individual only if the officer is satisfied that:
(a) the individual has one or more signs or symptoms of a listed human disease; or (b) the individual has been exposed to:
(i) a listed human disease; or
(ii) another individual who has one or more signs or symptoms of a listed human disease; or
(c) the individual has failed to comply with an entry requirement in subsection 44(6)
An individual may be required by a human biosecurity control order to wear either or both specified clothing and equipment that is designed to prevent a disease from emerging, establishing itself or spreading.
BIOSECURITY ACT 2015 SECTION 90 – PCR TESTS
Undergoing an examination
An individual may be required by a human biosecurity control order to undergo, at a specified medical facility, a specified kind of examination relating to determining the presence in the individual of:
(a) the listed human disease specified in the order; and (b) any other listed human disease.