Monday Oct 25, 2021
Monday Oct 25, 2021
Under Australian law there is an overarching principle – that our right to freedom is a basic inalienable right around which our body of law has been formed.
Over the last 18 months we have had a good look at what freedom looks like, through the prism of freedoms and human rights being removed. Many Australians are waking up to the fact that we have taken our freedom for granted.
Our country’s response to COVID sees fit to lock people up for the crime of being healthy, censoring media, using scaremongering tactics on the population and forcing small businesses to close.
Each new restriction, although met with rightful public opposition, has not led to a re-evaluation. Instead it has led the government to crack down even further. Everyday Australians are being deliberately demoralised to extract a higher degree of compliance. Crushing resistance crushes hope, and without hope we have no future.
One of the more draconian outcomes from COVID has been the stream rolling of the population into mandatory vaccinations. Our rights over our bodies has been annihilated and we have been swept up into the world’s largest clinical trial without consent.
Many are standing in defiance of the mandatory vaccinations, even those people double vaxxed. We are now on the very cusp of a two-tiered society – the vaccinated versus unvaccinated. The government rhetoric is flaming the division, pitting citizen against citizen and workplaces are pitting employee against employee.
One of those people who have taken a stand is Graham Hood, the now famous Australian Qantas pilot. Graham is a 53 year veteran of the aviation industry and pilot with Qantas for 32 years. He has over 35,000 hours of flying and 20,000 take off and landings.
Qantas charges him and his crew with the lives of thousands of people every year to fly and arrive safely at their destinations, yet they are unable to make their own decisions around the COVID vaccination. As with so many other industries, this vaccine has been mandated.
Graham embodies the spirit of Australia and a champion for our freedoms. His voice is one of the many that remind us what it is to be an Australian, something many of us have forgotten.