- Take action against restrictions of your own liberty.
(Section 8 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms – Personal liberty is guaranteed.)
- We shall not tolerate the right of travel, visit restaurants or theatres only for covid-pass holders.
- We shall not allow new curfews, bans on visiting our relatives in other regions or retirement homes.
- Protect your privacy and privacy of your family.
(Section 7 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms – Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice.
Section 10 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms – Everyone has the right to protection against unauthorized interference in private and family life. Everyone has the right to be protected from unauthorized collecting, disclosure, or other misuse of personal data.)
- Employers, schoolmasters, security guards at shopping malls or other persons are not entitled to any information pertaining to your health – this has always been the case and we need to restore this principle.
- Parents shall protect the privacy of their children – this is the only way to prevent any potential bullying, discrimination, and other violation of children’s rights.
- Stand up for the weaker, such as children, elderly, and sick people.
(Section 3 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms – No one shall be harmed by the rights to exercise their fundamental rights and freedoms.)
- Adults shall not stand by and watch our children being segregated to various groups at schools, forced to wear masks for prolonged periods of time, or being swab-tested at schools.
- We shall protect also the elderly and their freedoms – no one shall be forced to undergo vaccination, no one shall be forced to allow interference in their integrity without their consent. Senior citizens suffer much more if we abandon them and leave them alone.
- We shall act against spreading of fear, which is much more detrimental to the physical and mental condition of our children and elderly than anything else.
- Defend your right to make decisions about your life.
(Section 10 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms – Everyone has the right to protection against unauthorized interference in private and family life.)
- Everyone shall, individually and in their own way, act against the pressure from employers, universities, and other institutions towards vaccination.
- If we lose the right of choice, we lose democracy.
- Respect others’ way of life.
(Every freedom of one person is limited by the freedom of other persons)
- Adult people should not scold each other and patronize others in public transport or even report others – these are the tools of totalitarianism.
- We shall respect the decisions of others – whether it is the decision to get vaccinated, not get vaccinated, eat unhealthily, etc. – even these are freedoms that we shall protect.
- If I am sick or worried, I may not limit others and expect them to protect me; I shall protect myself. At the same time we shall act respectfully and unselfishly.
- Express yourself without fear, make your opinion public.
(Section 17 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms – Freedom of expression and the right to information are guaranteed.)
- We shall not fear to speak up openly and publicly. Do not worry about being labelled (disinformer, denier, etc.) – labelling people has always been a tool how to silence discussion, and silent people have always been quiet supporters of totalitarianism.
- We shall respect the right of others to their opinion – none of us has the “right to the only truth” and only mutual discussion, openness and responsiveness can bring us back to normal.
- Act against an only ideology not allowing a different opinion.
(Section 2 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms – The state is based on democratic values and must not be bound by an exclusive ideology or religion.)
- We shall not allow the media or politicians silence discussion, censor opponent opinions or even punish them.
- We shall follow all sources of information, not just the most popular media – we are the only ones responsible for our own informedness – even at times when the media failed in their role of the guardians of democracy.
- Media serve a certain group of people, their goals, and present to the public only what that group tells them to; those with other opinions are immediately called out and disrespected. Through media, people are manipulated by just one particular group. Social media get blocked if someone expresses an opposing opinion.
- Many journalists are no longer the watchdogs of democracy, but rather the extended arms of politicians.
- Do not allow others to treat you like an object.
(Section 10 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms – Everyone has the right to respect for their human dignity, personal honour, reputation and protection of their name.)
- Everyone has the right to decide what interferes with their human dignity – what some people tolerate, others may find disturbing.
- The imposing of the duty to wear masks to healthy people may significantly violate the right to protection of human dignity of a sensitive person.
- People have lost the right to their own position (to vaccination, swab-testing, wearing masks) – they have become objects of measures imposed by the government without any justified expert reasons.
- Act against all efforts to humiliate you or exclude you from the society.
(Section 1 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms – People are free and equal in dignity and rights.)
- Separating non-tested children from tested ones is unacceptable.
- The obligation to sit in isolation during meals is unacceptable.
- All people are equal.
- Fight against discrimination and segregation of people.
(Section 23 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms – Citizens have the right to oppose anyone who would abolish the democratic order of human rights and fundamental freedoms established by the Charter if the functioning of constitutional bodies and the effective use of legal remedies are prevented.)
- Any forms of discrimination or segregation are the ultimate sign of totalitarianism – advantages or disadvantages for certain groups of persons are possible under exceptional conditions only.
- Segregation of non-vaccinated people is groundless and absolutely lawless.
- Favouring vaccinated people in a situation when it is proved that they may also spread the infection is unacceptable.
- If defence via lawful means fails, everyone has the right to stand against those who ignore or violate democratic principles of the state. It is high time to restore a society of free and responsible citizens, to get together and step out from the bubble of the present ideology.
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