Michelle Leduc Catlin
Following the Law
Updated: Jan 19, 2022
“I am a Canadian, a free Canadian, free to speak without fear, free to worship God in my own way, free to stand for what I think right, free to oppose what I believe wrong, free to choose those who shall govern my country. This heritage of freedom I pledge to uphold for myself and all mankind.”
The Right Honourable John G. Diefenbaker, Prime Minister of Canada,
Canadian Bill of Rights
Who could have imagined that “following the science” would become such a contentious and controversial maxim?
But following the law may surprise both those who believe and those who question the mainstream narrative.
Two months ago, I wrote a blog proclaiming that it was “time for a new story.”
I’d taken a month off of writing and researching all things covid, and I had a lot to say.
Not the least of which was the acknowledgment of my undying admiration for a legal warrior goddess with no name.
At least, none that I knew.
Her video, which I posted in that piece, was taken down from Twitter and I had no way to find her.
A dear friend happened to send me a newer video of said warrior goddess and I am now delighted to focus this blog on Anna De Buisseret — senior British lawyer, ex-military officer, and former Pfizer consultant.
This short interview at the Medical Freedom March in London on October 30th this year, is an inspiration for us all...
[ January 19, 2022 update -- another video censored. Here's a new location for it 👇]
“Learn what your fundamental, inalienable rights are.”
Anna De Buisseret
I have learned that those who are winning their battles to maintain their businesses’ right to decline the use of vax passes and mandatory masking, and those who are keeping their jobs despite refusing to either get the injection or disclose their private medical status, are doing so not against the law but with it.
Case in point, this Ontario teacher who used her own legal knowledge and courageous stand to educate her students on how to think for themselves and understand their rights — rather than training them to simply comply…
In Canada, we have the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms which states that everyone has a fundamental freedom “of conscience and religion.”
We also have the Canadian Bill of Rights, which guarantees this in Section 1a):
“…the right of the individual to life, liberty, security of the person and enjoyment of property, and the right not to be deprived thereof except by due process of law.”
With even the slightest risk of vaccine injury, no government, no company, no mandate can guarantee our security of person.
And no pharmaceutical company is even liable should death or any injury occur.
Our legal rights are why vaccines have always been encouraged but not made mandatory in this country.
And yet, the vast majority of Canadians choose to get fully-approved vaccinations.
And those who don’t have never been ostracized.
We are now living in a country that does not even closely resemble our earned reputation for diversity and tolerance.
We are living in a cultural climate where people sharing an elevator feel compelled to tell you they’re double vaxxed — or express their hope that you are, under their breath.
(Oddly, strangers have never felt compelled to share their private medical history or treatment for STDs or other communicable diseases.)
Governments have trampled on our rights, leaving people jobless, restricted, and unable to travel.
Worse, they have left people feeling helpless and hopeless.
But this can change.
This is changing.
The more that we each exercise and understand our individual and societal rights, the more quickly unlawful mandates will end.
Anna De Buisseret recommends reading and understanding these documents…
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which you can download HERE 👇
The European Convention of Human Rights, which you can download HERE 👇
And the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, which you can read about HERE 👇
“The reason this is happening is people don’t know the law, so they don’t know how to uphold it and assert it.”
Anna De Buisseret
For Canadians, there is also an incredibly comprehensive list of resources that you can check out HERE 👉👉👉👉👉👉👉👉👉👇
If you’re overwhelmed, you can just download their Know Your Rights Quick Summary doc at that link for an excellent overview of all our legal protections.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again.
There has never been a better time to experience and express our agency in the world.
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