U of S and Sask Polytechnic warned to reverse vaccination policy or face legal action (Jccf)

Red-Pilled

A Pandemic of the Vaccinated
(Jccf) "The Justice Centre has sent legal warning letters to the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) and Sask Polytechnic (Sask Poly) warning that unless their new Covid vaccination policies are reversed by November 26, 2021, legal proceedings will be commenced.

In lockstep on October 28, 2021, both the U of S and Sask Poly announced mandatory vaccinations for all students, staff and faculty, removing the alternative of twice weekly testing which has been in place since the start of the school year.

The new policies require all students, staff and faculty to be double (or triple, if eligible for a booster) vaccinated by early January 2022, forcing scores of students, staff and faculty to choose between education and their right to bodily autonomy.

The U of S’ policy includes exemptions on medical and religious grounds in accordance with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Code. The U of S fails to advise the public however, that it is largely rejecting exemption requests or in most cases, not even responding to exemption requests for several weeks. Even further, it has ordained itself as the arbiter of faith considerations for religious exemptions. Medical exemptions have become a difficult document for patients to receive in Canada, as a result of regulatory pressure on physicians not to provide them based on their medical judgement except in the most rare of circumstances.

The Sask Poly policy does not list exemptions other than for students who will not attend campus in-person when the next semester starts in January. Students at Sask Poly are having similar experiences applying for exemptions as those at the U of S.

The letters warn that both schools are seeking to deprive students from education on the basis of vaccination status, contrary to Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Sections 2(a), 7, and 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

The Justice Centre notes scientific data establishes the fact that Covid vaccinations do not prevent individuals from contracting and transmitting the virus and that natural immunity after a Covid infection (which the policies ignore) is more durable and longer lasting than vaccination.

The Justice Centre intends to proceed with litigation against the schools if they do not rescind their vaccination-only policies.

The U of S crowns itself for academic freedom, diversity, equality, human dignity and a healthy work and learning environment, yet it has harshly terminated faculty for speaking on the hallmark principle of informed consent for Covid-19 vaccination of children,” states Andre Memauri, the Justice Centre’s Saskatoon-based lawyer and U of S alum. “Now, the U of S seeks to exclude and villainize those who decide for various reasons not to be vaccinated.”

“Without question, our community has been through a great deal of difficulty and it requires these institutions to lead as vessels of science not ideology,” continues Memauri. “The Justice Centre demands both schools follow the science and adopt policies that bring students together in the most safe and lawful manner. We are already receiving reports of students experiencing severe adverse reactions earning them a hospital visit.”
 
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Poplarfluff

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(Jccf) "The Justice Centre has sent legal warning letters to the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) and Sask Polytechnic (Sask Poly) warning that unless their new Covid vaccination policies are reversed by November 26, 2021, legal proceedings will be commenced.

In lockstep on October 28, 2021, both the U of S and Sask Poly announced mandatory vaccinations for all students, staff and faculty, removing the alternative of twice weekly testing which has been in place since the start of the school year.

The new policies require all students, staff and faculty to be double (or triple, if eligible for a booster) vaccinated by early January 2022, forcing scores of students, staff and faculty to choose between education and their right to bodily autonomy.

The U of S’ policy includes exemptions on medical and religious grounds in accordance with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Code. The U of S fails to advise the public however, that it is largely rejecting exemption requests or in most cases, not even responding to exemption requests for several weeks. Even further, it has ordained itself as the arbiter of faith considerations for religious exemptions. Medical exemptions have become a difficult document for patients to receive in Canada, as a result of regulatory pressure on physicians not to provide them based on their medical judgement except in the most rare of circumstances.

The Sask Poly policy does not list exemptions other than for students who will not attend campus in-person when the next semester starts in January. Students at Sask Poly are having similar experiences applying for exemptions as those at the U of S.

The letters warn that both schools are seeking to deprive students from education on the basis of vaccination status, contrary to Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Sections 2(a), 7, and 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

The Justice Centre notes scientific data establishes the fact that Covid vaccinations do not prevent individuals from contracting and transmitting the virus and that natural immunity after a Covid infection (which the policies ignore) is more durable and longer lasting than vaccination.

The Justice Centre intends to proceed with litigation against the schools if they do not rescind their vaccination-only policies.

The U of S crowns itself for academic freedom, diversity, equality, human dignity and a healthy work and learning environment, yet it has harshly terminated faculty for speaking on the hallmark principle of informed consent for Covid-19 vaccination of children,” states Andre Memauri, the Justice Centre’s Saskatoon-based lawyer and U of S alum. “Now, the U of S seeks to exclude and villainize those who decide for various reasons not to be vaccinated.”

“Without question, our community has been through a great deal of difficulty and it requires these institutions to lead as vessels of science not ideology,” continues Memauri. “The Justice Centre demands both schools follow the science and adopt policies that bring students together in the most safe and lawful manner. We are already receiving reports of students experiencing severe adverse reactions earning them a hospital visit.”
Red-PilledGood luck. The courts are compromised
 

Tiberius

Well-Known Member
>The U of S’ policy includes exemptions on medical and religious grounds in accordance with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Code.

This statement is starting to piss me off. They are exempting no-one, for any reason, and respecting zero Human Rights.
 
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Syrinx

Home To Tear The Temples Down
"prove your religious convictions/beliefs"

Well if losing your job, claiming bankruptcy, losing anything of value you own, and in this case being kicked out of a school you paid tens of thousands for, doesn't prove your beliefs are real, what fucking will?
 

Chobes

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The wife had her religious exemption denied because the vaccine is for the "greater good."
 

tehnico

Well-Known Member
There is none good but my Father in heaven. Any notion or belief of a greater good for grand or philosophical purposes is not only a false presupposition as my faith brings me to a belief that there is no such thing as a lesser or greater good in this context, but directly at odds with the very words of God made flesh.

Frens, dive deeper into your faith and belief. Faith alone will save you.
 
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tehnico

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The very word 'religious' is a canard. It leads you into arguments based on dogma. Case and point, the pope endorses the vaccine.

This has nothing to do with personal Christian belief, or belief in general. Remember, an atheist has the same right to conscientious objection.

If it is your personal belief, it is defensible without any mention of earthly religious institutions.
 

n0remack

Big Dick Energy
I feel like everyone is holding their breath and watching. Seeing how far they can push these things. I hope the JCCF can take these fuckers down. We will never have justice.
I feel nothing but hatred towards our politicians and "experts". Scum. Absolute fucking scum. Every last one of them.
 

Poplarfluff

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Yeah I hope it pans out but I just have a gut feeling our entire government and justice system is compromised and not following the law.
 
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