I don’t have to be be smarter than a builders labourer or as dumb as a sovereign soldier to believe that the human rights charter ( 1948) espoused mainly by cranks getting their civil rights advice from extreme right wing websites originating from America or by the Pentecostal churches, are totally wrong. Misguided is a not a word that should apply to the arrogant ignorance of these fools .
I have read the Human Rights Charter myself as opposed to most people who just flick it at you from a extremely dubious fictitious site or have to read a prepared letter in a plastic cover.
My observations even reading between the lines and chasing down rabbit holes to find a smidgeon of a conspiracy theory, I came up as empty headed as a flat earth conspirator.
Where in the charter, whether you want to quote the 1948 or 2016 version could I find a section that allows people to break the law , exactly the opposite!
What section of the charter says that in a major health crises, such as a pandemic it gives people the right to subject others to a deadly virus that has killed million worldwide?
I have looked for the specific section of the act that says people have the right to refuse laws instigated by the chief health officer imposed for the protection of all. Cant find it!
It is in the charter that no person shall have the right to subject fellow citizens to danger, and many other protections for Australians .
I am medically compromised. Where are my rights when confronted by some buffoon refusing to wear a mask or social distance? Well, they are contained in the human rights act which protects me from irresponsibility of other law breakers subjecting me to harm.
The Human Rights Act does not permit people to defy the laws imposed by the Chief Medical officer, laws instituted for the health and safety of all Australians.
Once again could someone point to the the relevant section of the act that says people can undemocratically choose to defy laws passed in Parliament simply for their own greedy sake
If laws are oppressive or draconian, people have a duty to resist those laws but, in doing so, you don’t quote the human rights charter simply because those oppressive laws would not and are not contained there .
Its a human rights charter, not an oppressive or draconian charter. If people want to change the law, change the government. Good luck with that one