By EDITOR, Cairns News
MELBOURNE-based human rights lawyer Serene Teffaha of AdvocateMe has warned Australians in a video message to wake up to their right to say no to rampant, insane and illegal COVID-19 testing being demanded by employers and others.
The outspoken lawyer, who is not averse to a few dramatics to get her point across, has blasted “OCD hypochondriac bosses”, police, doctors, hospital staff and others as out of line and acting unlawfully by demanding that people get tested in order to work, attend some place or receive a service.
Lawfully, any medical procedure requires your informed consent and in the case of epidemics under Commonwealth legislation, can only be ordered by authorised government officers. Teffaha warns that government health bureaucracy is out of control and will use public ignorance of their right to say no to tests to push illegal mandatory vaccination.
“What we’re seeing is employers, police, doctors, nurses have all gone mad testing. Everybody wants to test everyone else, and now, everything apparently becomes a criteria for testing,” she says. The
matter is being made worse by a belief that asymptomatic people should be tested, which produces many false positive test results, more panic and more money for those doing the testing.
She added that the flawed PCR testing process, apart from false positives, “does not give any information on the infectious nature of an individual. It is just an outrage.” Also driving the testing frenzy is health departments and the CSIRO finding “COVID-19” in sewerage systems – which in fact is unable to infect people.
“You have the right to say no,” says Teffaha, offering verbal responses. “I do not want to be tested. I’m not symptomatic. I have no COVID symptoms. You are not an authorized officer to dictate to me that I need to get tested, and I have the right to refuse, and I should not be impacted by that decision. And I should not lose my job and I should not be threatened with less pay. And you do not have the right to ask me to self-isolate and you don’t have the right to refuse surgery for me.”
She says some doctors “think they are cops” and are unlawfully seeking orders from police to force COVID testing. She says a client in Western Australia, a former nurse and now disability pensioner, was unlawfully served criminal prosecution by WA police for refusing a test.
Teffaha says so-called “surveillance testing” only applies during an outbreak and even when directed to test, the right to refuse still applies, especially when coercion or bullying is involved.
“A test today is a vaccine tomorrow … that’s right,” she warned. “It’s a mask. It’s a test, then a vaccine. Then ‘here’s my property’, ‘here’s my rights’… Whether it is through a government direction that is forcing you to be tested with no symptoms or whether it’s some OCD hypochondriac boss or some cop that thinks he knows something about asymptomatics …. the answer is back off and no!”
Teffaha says her law firm is urging anyone facing undue pressure to get COVID tests to contact them, because the matter is becoming “a hot topic”. Advocate Me is taking action in relation to the continuing Declaration of a State of Emergency across Australia and specifically in the states. The lawyers are also taking action in relation to the dangers associated with the fast-tracked COVID-19 vaccine approvals and are also spearheading a number of actions to protect whistle-blowers including police officers and health professionals.