LFN to Argue Health Regulations Before Full Court

Representing the Minister of Health, Dr. Phaahla, in the High Court Gauteng Division Pretoria opposing the urgent review application brought by Liberty Fighters Network (LFN) and its President Reyno De Beer, the Office of the State Attorney on Thursday formally requested that the matter be heard by a full court on Tuesday, 14 June 2022, instead.

In accordance with LFN’s Notice of Motion the Minister was supposed to have already filed his complete record backing his rationale behind the amendment to the Regulations relating to the Surveillance and the Control of Notifiable Medical Conditions published at the eleventh hour on Wednesday night, 4 May 2022, but instead opted for the request which LFN and De Beer in principle agreed to.

Even if we give Dr. Phaahla a blank diary to choose any date he desires, we are sure that the Minister had no evidence to back his decision because logically he was supposed to have already the complete record readily available at the time of publishing the amendment”, emphasised De Beer. “This practice by the government to have declined to produce any record to back the entire COVID-19 narrative since May 2020 in court, only confirms that there is none to, firstly, proof the existence of the SARS-Cov-2 virus and, secondly, to justify any measure government has instituted to apparently ‘safe lives’; according to us, until proved to be wrong, the Flu and Cold got a new single name – COVID-19,” De Beer confidently added.

In the latest amendment being challenged before the court, COVID-19 was also regraded to a Table 2 notifiable medical condition that only has to be reported within 7 days from clinical diagnosis, compared to a Table 1 novel Influenza (the Flu) disease, for example, requiring immediate notification. Thus, from the government’s version, the claimed COVID-19 disease is no longer an urgent health risk as the mainstream media wants everyone to still believe. Previously it was a Table 1 disease. In the event that the matter does not proceed before a full court for one or other reason, LFN and De Beer will still continue in default on Tuesday, 24 May 2022. By indication, two other matters lodged after the one by LFN also challenging the very regulations with different arguments will also proceed before the anticipated full court.

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