FEDERAL COURT CASE
The Statement of Claim is growing.
We are working hard for the benefit of all Australians to return to a fair and free society.
Today, Australians are facing some of the most challenging days we have ever witnessed. Fear and uncertainty have caused rushed decisions and difficult circumstances.
The various governments of Australia appear to have dismantled all common democratic processes and, in effect, used a health matter to suspend the rule of law and implement far reaching policies without parliamentary oversight. They appear to be acting beyond the power conferred upon them by we the people.
As such, this prolonged suspension or human rights and movements is and remains a great concern throughout this great country of Australia.
The idea of having an alternative position of thought is not illegal, conspiratorial or scandalous, especially where the supressed science relied upon by Government has many unanswered questions that the community is desperately seeking answers to. The unanswered questions, State run media promotional vaccine campaign and the idea that Government is Ordering big business as a proxy to implement vaccination mandates, check-in and mask mandates has brought many questions to the table.
AFL SOLICITORS is seeking your help in joining legal action to end lockdowns and restore the freedoms and rights of each Australian, explicitly those matters relating to mandatory vaccinations and restricted travels through LGA’s.
The contributions made will go towards supporting Australian's capacity to have a choice without political threats of medical apartheid if they choose to reject the COVID-19 jab. The fundamental right to choose whether or not to have a jab or any medical procedure should not be predicated on being compelled or coerced under any circumstances.
We ask for a donation in our quest to re-claim your freedom your liberty and your right to choose.
We have been involved in legal challenges to bring sense and reason to Australia’s Covid-19 response, but we need your help with the costs of these actions.
SUPREME COURT CASE