Defiant pizzeria owner Jesse Clay Johson of Calgary.


TRY as you may big pharma and your Australian “public health” puppets, but there’s no free run for your Covid crap this time round, including your latest attempt at getting the sheep to don their masks.

A highly relevant common law precedent has been set at the King’s Bench Court in Calgary, Canada, where the city council has been forced to drop all the charges against a pizza business following a constitutional challenge brought by The Democracy Fund (TDF).

The pizzeria, which called itself No Papers Pizza, was charged in October 2021 with breaching multiple bylaws after its business license was suspended for not complying with so-called “public health orders”, including serving pizza without proof of vaccination.

The same “public health orders” scam was used in Australia during the Covid plandemic. But the Alberta King’s Bench found that the health orders in question were ultra vires the Public Health Act as they were made by the provincial cabinet as opposed to the Chief Medical Officer of Health, which is what the law required.

Similarly in Australia, state health departments overrode Commonwealth legislation such as the Biosecurity Act 2015, which was designed to deal with national biosecurity threats.

In actions reminiscent of Dan Andrews’ Covid regime, undercover inspectors were sent by the City of Calgary’s dirty little bureaucrats to to purchase pizza and remain in the restaurant without providing proof of vaccination. Other grievous offences committed under the Covid tyranny included not displaying prescribed signage, contrary to bylaws passed by the City of Calgary.

Lawyers for the pizzeria argued in their constitutional application that the bylaws in question were implementing public health orders that were found to be invalid by judges of the Court of King’s Bench.

Democracy Fund lawyers commented that the legal victory was “no doubt bittersweet for Without Papers Pizza and its owner, Jesse Clay Johson, as the pizzeria was forced into insolvency because of the implementation of provincial health orders.”

The constitutional application described Without Papers Pizza as a “landmark institution” in Calgary that supported community music festivals and donated pizzas to flood-ravaged communities and homeless shelters. The business was frequently voted as having the best pizza in Calgary.

The Democracy Fund was founded in 2021, and is a Canadian charity dedicated to constitutional rights, advancing education and relieving poverty. TDF promotes constitutional rights through litigation and public education, supports an access to justice initiative for Canadians whose civil liberties have been infringed by government lockdowns and other public policy responses to the pandemic.