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" Have a good free sovereign day People "

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Published on 30 Nov 2021 / In Uncategorized

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Soldier1
Soldier1 2 months ago

There are still many people here wearing them. There's no hope for some of them.

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HereAmI
HereAmI 2 months ago

All this nonsense about "You must do this; or you must do that" comes from what is called Contract, ie Commercial, law.
It is based upon freely agreeing with somebody to do something or not, for mutual advantage.
Such contracts cannot be imposed by one party on the other, as all men are equal before the law, and all are subservient to it.
So nobody can impose upon you the requirement that you do something or do not do it, always assuming that the action does no harm to another person or their property.
If somebody tells you that you "must" do something, then Black's Law Dictionary defines the word as "may" do something; so if you do not wear a mask, you may do so if you wish, ( as this lady says ) but you do not have to, because compulsion may not be applied in commercial law.
Similarly of course if they say you "must" be vaccinated.
There is no requirement on you whatsoever to even say why you do not wish to do the thing; so the whole idea of "mask exemptions" etc does not even have to be discussed.
You just say you are not going to do this thing, and that is the end of the matter, and no reason needs to be given, or exemption sought.
The entire thing is a psy-op to make you think in a way which is in harmony with meaning as defined in the OED, but in fact the words they use are from the language called "legalese", which Black's dictionary defines for you, and which in many cases mean completely different things to what you imagine them to mean.
Just as an example, in the vaccine context, "Effective" does not mean "prevents infection / symptoms / transmission," it means "results in antibody formation", a situation whose precise significance is by no means clear, but it probably does not mean that you are safeguarded from whatever the illness is that they are trying to inject you against, as if that was even their responsibility, or even lay within their power to seek to do.

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Soldier1
Soldier1 2 months ago

Exactly.

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theliquidatedrabbi
theliquidatedrabbi 2 months ago

Im exempt from wearing a mask because...common sense.

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