Preventing COVID-19 Vaccination of Children
The UK government has been dancing around the issue of rolling out COVID-19 vaccines to children for months. Announcements and press speculation ranging from “no plans” to “vaccinate all children immediately” with every permutation in between, have left parents confused and concerned about what is going on or likely to happen in the coming weeks.
Eighteen months into the pandemic, it is clear that children’s risk from COVID-19 is statistically zero. A recent study by University College London and the Universities of Bristol, Liverpool and York showed that the risk of an otherwise healthy child dying with COVID-19 is 2 in 1 million or 0.0002%.
COVID-19 vaccines are still in Phase 3 trials in adults, so there are still no data on their long term effects, either in terms of efficacy or harm. The data on short term harms show worrying signs, including fatalities being reported at 28 times the rate seen on a per dose basis for influenza vaccines.
The case for rolling out an experimental medical treatment to children who stand to gain no direct benefit from it would appear to be weak at best, but as the last year and a half has shown, reason and logic appear to be strangers to these shores at the moment.
Parents may have happily had the vaccine themselves, for peace of mind, to “do their bit” or in the hope of getting to back to normal, but their children being injected is a whole different matter. We are confident that many parents who may have made different medical choices for themselves are ready to unite to prevent their children being coerced into receiving a treatment that may have life-changing consequences for whom the manufacturers are shielded from any liability.
We strongly urge parents to get involved in our campaign, take the action steps for themselves and spread the word to as many parents in their communities and online as they can. Regardless of what, if any, ulterior motives you think the government may have in pressing ahead with COVID-19 vaccinations for children, the futures and wellbeing of all our children and the generations after them are at stake.
There are strong indications that schools and health authorities will try to use “Gillick Competence” to circumvent parental consent to vaccination. In other words, they may not send advance warning of vaccination day and may inject your child after “assessing” them to be Gillick competent. This is despite there being legal precedent set in the recent Bell v Tavistock case that children do not have capacity to give consent for experimental treatments, as it is impossible for them to be fully informed on their potential impact.
Ultimately, the best way to protect your children is not to put them in harm’s way in the first place.
With that in mind, we believe the best course of action for all parents is to withdraw their children from the state education system immediately.
You are lawfully entitled to do so. You do not need permission from the school or from the local authority. But we recognise that providing for your child’s education outside the state system may be a completely new concept and something that you may not think you have the time or money to do.
To assist you, we will be putting together an article explaining what’s involved and how to get started, along with a list of useful resources. In the meantime, we recommend you read this article on the AwakenedWorld website which has been written by Lawyers of Light.
If you prefer to keep your child in the state education system – or you feel unable to take them out of that system for whatever reason, then we have identified a process that we believe is the next best way to protect your child – with the added benefit of a route to financial remedy should the school proceed with vaccination against your wishes.
Please note that we are not legal advisers and nothing that is contained in this website or the documents you may download from it should be construed as legal advice. We offer no guarantee of success and you agree that if you decide to use this process you do so at your own risk. If you are in any doubt, please instead adopt Strategy One and take your child out of school. The short term financial hardship or logistical challenges are far less harmful than the potential risk from your child being vaccinated.
We have worked with an organisation called the Universal Community Trust (UCT), founded by Michael O’Bernicia to adapt their Notice and Common Law Lien process to make it suitable for use in this situation.
UCT has established a government-free jurisdiction, under the guiding principles of Natural Law, which has formed the basis of Common Law throughout history. The Treaty of Universal Community Trust is a declaration of independence, sovereignty and jurisdiction, and is enshrined in international law.
The process offered uses common law but is carried out under the jurisdiction created by UCT. The reasons for this are explained later.
The process is a two phase one.
The first phase is to issue a series of notices setting out that you are willing to give consent to COVID-19 vaccination as long as the school are able to provide material evidence of certain facts. This might sound counter-intuitive and the opposite of what you might think you should be doing, but we will explain.
One of the principles of common law is that people deal with each other in a reasonable manner. Therefore the first phase of the process ensures that should matters be taken further, you can demonstrate that you acted reasonably by being willing to consider giving consent and by giving the school an opportunity to work with you to resolve the matter.
The first notice is called a “Notice of Conditional Acceptance”. You should send it to the Head Teacher and Governors of your child’s school. One notice needs to be sent per child and the child’s name included at the appropriate point in the notice. The notice sets out that you conditionally agree to grant your consent for your child to receive a COVID-19 vaccination, subject to them providing you with the material evidence you ask for.
The key is that it is impossible for the school to provide the material evidence requested.
The second notice is called a “Notice of Opportunity to Cure”. This is sent seven days after the school will have received the first notice, regardless of whether you have had any response or not. As it is impossible for the school to provide the evidence you require, even if they have replied, they cannot have replied sufficiently for you to be able to give informed consent. However, this second notice fulfils your obligation to “be reasonable”. You are giving the school a further period in which to provide the requested evidence.
The third notice is called a “Notice of Default”. This is sent three days after the school will have received the second notice, again regardless of whether they have replied or not to the first two notices. The notice sets out that by failing to provide the evidence requested, the school tacitly agrees that the evidence does not exist. It also sets out that in light of there being no proof that the vaccines are harmless to children, if the school does not immediately abandon any COVID-19 vaccination programme, the Head Teacher and Governors will be held personally criminally liable.
This is the end of the first phase – and we sincerely hope, of the problem. It is anticipated that the Head Teachers and Governors who are served the three notice process will either suspend or terminate any and all plans to vaccinate children in their care, rather than risk both bankruptcy and prison by ignoring or dismissing the serious issues raised.
The second phase (which hopefully will not be needed) utilises what is known as a Common Law Lien. A Lien is a right under the law in which the Lien Claimant claims natural, equitable and legal rights over all the property, income and assets of the Lien Debtor, to the value expressed within it. Under the UCT jurisdiction, a “perfected lien” i.e. one that has been correctly documented and remains uncontested after a pre-determined period of time, can be exchanged for UCT crypto tokens which can in turn be exchanged for other cryptocurrencies and ultimately any fiat currency such as British Pounds.
Under other circumstances e.g. in dealing with a financial dispute, the Lien Process gives further opportunities for the wrongdoer to rectify the situation e.g. a car owner must settle the outstanding bill for his car repairs before the mechanic will release the vehicle. But in the situation we are dealing with – the vaccination of your child against your wishes – there is no opportunity for the school to put things right as they cannot unvaccinate your child.
However, as with the first phase, the principle of reasonableness must be followed. Therefore to create a properly executed Lien, three steps are required.
We will not go into a lot of detail regarding the second phase, as we sincerely hope you will not have to use it. But we must point out that there is some cost involved in the Lien process – primarily that of having a Notary Public notarise the documents at steps one and three. We estimate the cost to be in the region of £100 to £200 per document (fees are set by individual Notaries). There is a low-cost alternative to using a Notary Public but it is slightly more complicated and may not carry the same lawful standing as the signature and stamp of a Notary Public.
What You Will Need
In order to use the first phase of this process you will need:
- A computer with Microsoft Word (or other word processing software capable of reading MS Word files)
- Access to a printer (ideally a colour printer)
- A4 paper and envelopes
- The name of your child’s school, the name of the Head Teacher and the names of all Governors
- The funds to cover the cost of Special Delivery postage for three letters (not just Recorded Delivery)
If the second phase proves necessary, you will also need:
- The funds to cover the cost of at least two documents to be notarised by a Notary Public (£200-400)
- The funds to cover the cost of Special Delivery postage for four further letters (not just Recorded Delivery)
In order to get started, please use the two buttons below to download the following items:
- A word document containing the templates for the three notices
- A PDF document containing step by step instructions, useful links and answers to frequently asked questions
Please note that as we are an organisation of just two volunteers, we do not have the resources to be able to answer individual queries regarding this process. We have tried to anticipate all your questions in the PDF, but if you are still unclear after reading the answers and visiting the useful links, we recommend that you either revert to Strategy One and remove your child from school or seek the advice of a suitably qualified solicitor.