Australia has laws in place to forcibly arrest citizens & remove their underwear to enable them to be vaccinated
If you ever wondered how the Australian Government could morph into a Communist Dictatorship at breakneck speed as the world watches with bated breath then let me introduce you to Australia’s Public Health Act 2016.
Well, it appears as though the Public Health Act 2016 was passed in Australia just in time to give police sweeping draconian powers which look to have been enforceable as of 20th September 2017 which is just in time for Stupid-19 & more importantly also allows the Fact Checkers / Thought Police just enough time to claim anyone saying this Act & Stupid-19 is linked is clearly deluded & claim that they cannot possibly be linked since the Act has been in force for two years prior. Look HERE Do you see how they operate yet?
Long term listeners & readers of Liberty Tactics are probably not going to be overly surprised of the tactic used by the Australian lawmakers but just some of the powers the Aussie police have now raised even my eyebrow just a little more than normal.
So, what has everyone’s knickers in a twist & how can what appears to be an Act for health passed by Australian law makers morph a democracy into a communist style dictatorship?
The whole thing is quite a long read but the language as you delve in is utterly diabolical & had the Australian public been paying attention then they should’ve been in uproar over this back in 2016.
Unfortunately, those who would’ve read this act and assumed it applied to isolated cases or at worse maybe a small town are quickly learning that this applies to the whole country. I feel bad not just for our Aussie counterparts but for the people around the world as they watch this horror show unfold & realise that their country also has similar laws in place under the guise of Health & Climate.
This isn’t called a New World Order for nothing.
Part 11 — Serious public health
Division 1 — Authorisation to exercise serious public health incident powers
Note the word Vaccination or abbreviation appears 9 times in this short section – How convenient it is that in just 4 years of this coming into effect that a controversial vaccine mandate is implemented.
PUBLIC HEALTH ACT 2016 – SECT 158
158 . Enforcement of requirement to undergo medical observation, medical examination
(1) If an authorised officer gives a direction to a person under section 157(1)(j) to undergo medical observation, medical examination or medical treatment or to be vaccinated, an authorised officer or police officer may use reasonable force to ensure that the direction is complied with, including, if necessary —
(a) to apprehend and detain the person to whom the direction applies (the relevant person ) and take the relevant person to a place where the person is required to undergo medical observation, medical examination or medical treatment or to be vaccinated in accordance with the direction; and
(b) to detain the relevant person at the place where he or she is required to undergo medical observation, medical examination or medical treatment or to be vaccinated in accordance with the direction; and
(c) to restrain the relevant person —
(i) to enable a medical observation, medical examination or medical treatment to be carried out; or
(ii) to enable the relevant person to be vaccinated;
(d) to remove anything (including underwear) that the relevant person is wearing, if —
(i) the removal of the thing is reasonably necessary to enable a medical examination or medical treatment to be carried out or, as the case requires, to enable the person to be vaccinated; and
(ii) the relevant person is given a reasonable opportunity to remove the thing himself or herself, and refuses or fails to do so.
(2) A direction under section 157(1)(j) to undergo medical examination or medical treatment or to be vaccinated authorises —
(a) in the case of a direction to undergo medical examination —
(i) the carrying out of that medical examination in accordance with the direction; and
(ii) the testing of any sample obtained or taken in connection with that medical examination;
(b) in the case of a direction to undergo medical treatment —
(i) the giving of medical treatment to the relevant person in accordance with the direction; and
(ii) the testing of any sample obtained or taken in connection with that medical treatment;
(c) in the case of a direction to be vaccinated, the vaccination of the relevant person.
(3) If any action taken under subsection (1) involves the removal of an item of clothing —
(a) it must be done with decency and sensitivity and in a manner that gives to the relevant person the degree of privacy and dignity that is consistent with ensuring compliance with the direction; and
(b) the authorised officer or police officer taking the action and any other person present while it is done (excluding any person who is carrying out any medical examination or medical treatment or vaccinating the relevant person) must, if practicable, be of the same gender as the relevant person; and
(c) the number of people present while it is done (excluding a person who is present under paragraph (d)) must be no more than is reasonably necessary to ensure that the direction is complied with effectively and to ensure the safety of all present; and
(d) if the relevant person is a child or an impaired person, it must, if practicable, be done in the presence of a responsible person or some other person who can provide the child or impaired person with support and represent his or her interests.
(4) This section does not limit section 161.
Does Not Limit Section 161? —- If you read section (3) paragraphs (a),(b),(c),(d) and think well that’s not so bad then refer to section 161
Aside from this diabolical dribble above here are just some of the things Australians are now subject to
No right not to comply with The Public Health Order (12 months in prison / $50000 fine)
Whilst giving the authority’s
Plus Part 16 — Powers of entry, inspection
- Term used: reasonably suspects
- Powers of authorised officers
- Stopping of vehicles
- Incriminating information or answers
- Liability for complying with requirement to provide information, answer question or produce document or thing
- Power of seizure
- Application of Criminal Investigation Act 2006
- Application for warrant to enter premises
- How application made
- Further provisions relating to application for warrant
- Issue of warrant
- Duration of warrant
- Execution of warrant
- Use of force
- Failure to comply with requirements of authorised officers
- False information
- Obstructing, impersonating or threatening authorised officers
Division 2 — Items seized by authorised officers
- Application of Criminal and Found Property Disposal Act 2006
- Seized items
- Notification of seizure
- Immediate destruction or disposal of things seized
- Return of seized item
- Forfeiture of item
- Cost of destruction or disposal of forfeited item
- Return of forfeited item
- Review of decisions relating to compensation
This is by no means an exhaustive list, I would encourage everyone to go and take a read of the document as a whole and bear this in mind – every time you read something whereby you think oh that’s not too bad just remember there are two or three other items which will strike it down (keep the thought police / fact checkers strategy in mind)
By Rick Margetts
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