New Jersey bill would eliminate religion as a reason not to vaccinate schoolchildren

Lawmakers in New Jersey are set to vote on a controversial bill that would eliminate religion as a reason not to vaccinate public schoolchildren.

           

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It's a biggest fraud of cheating election in the history of Republic of China, Taiwan. It's sham on the this country for named itself a democracy country. The ruling DPP party is extremely afraid of being prosecuted for the corruptions if they fail this election, making a fraud vote action in different voting places. As you can see from one of captured the videos that there were only three candidates in this named presidency election, however the No. four was printed on the presidency candidate voting paper, making ambiguous uncertainty and when the paper showing the No. Two president candidate voted, the officials write to the space of No. Three. Who would accept this kind of dirty election if this happened in any of your named democracy country? The ruling party controls the majority media, press stations, even internet, including Facebook, IG and other social broadcasting programs. The situation could get worse if the things can't be reversed and improved.
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Ban vaccination and bring corporate manslaughter charges against senate congress, state and federal, corporations including media, hospitals, doctors practices, insurance companies etc, etc

Corporate manslaughter in English law
Corporate manslaughter is a criminal offence in English law, being an act of homicide committed by a company or organisation. In general, in English criminal law, a juristic person is in the same position as a natural person, and may be convicted for committing many offences.
In criminal law, a conspiracy is an agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime at some time in the future. Criminal law in some countries or for some conspiracies may require that at least one overt act be undertaken in furtherance of that agreement, to constitute an offense.' As explained above, no crime need actually be committed for an offence of “conspiracy” to apply. Merely planning to do something illegal with others constitutes conspiracy. This agreement does not need careful planning and months of talks in advance – it can happen minutes before action is taken. Additionally worrying is the fact that a large group of people can be drawn into a case in which only a handful of people committed (or are accused of committing) an offence, as with the antifascist trial, where a lot of people were arrested for the actions of one or two.

Regardless of whether or not people are found guilty, bringing a lot of people into the same trial makes the case look a lot more serious than it may actually be. Additionally, it means that everyone ends up going through the physical and mental struggles associated with being arrested, charged, bailed and so on. It puts a strain on people individually as well as on campaigns and helps to create a climate of fear surrounding being associated with other activists and certain high-profile campaigns. The SHAC blackmail case back in 2007 – 2009 for example generated a huge amount of media attention before and during the trial and many of the actions pointed to as evidence in the case were not actually linked to any of the defendents on trial. As stated in a Corporate Watch article “even if some people linked to SHAC did decide to take direct action, this does not make everyone associated with campaign guilty by association”.

Unfortunately, we still need to do a lot of fighting before we can defeat such laws and abuses of the legal system such as these.'

Leonard


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