The Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) has issued an official statement on vaccine mandates: Your basic human rights are cancelled if you fail to comply with the government’s demand that you get vaccinated

Dylan Eleven | Truth11.com | Oct 11 2021

The Ontario Human Rights commission pronouncement that “a person who chooses not to be vaccinated based on personal preference does not have the right to accommodation under the Code.”

Canadians thankfully are protected under the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act. Which clearly states that Canadian law that violates human rights or as they have stated the person is not covered under the code does not overrule this act. Therefore any human rights law that is in violation of this act is a crime punishable by life in prison as stipulated in section 1 of the act.

Therefore if they think Canadians who refuse the vaccine are not covered under human rights legislation they are wrong. They are. They are covered under international law and in Canada the crimes against humanity and war crimes act which aligns Canada to these international laws.

So basically the Canadian government saying you have no human rights is a criminal act and incorrect.

Human rights in Canada still stands for the unvaccinated.

And the Ontario human rights commission does not have the right to take those away and by trying to do so I’m sure they are warranting a life sentence.

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The Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) has issued an official statement on vaccine mandates, adding to an epidemic of intrusive, unconstitutional government requirements that gnaw away at Canadians’ civil liberties and medical autonomy.

And — shockingly, but not surprisingly — their position is not supportive of genuine human rights…

While repeatedly (and laughably) claiming that receiving the jab is “voluntary,” the OHRC makes the stunning pronouncement that “a person who chooses not to be vaccinated based on personal preference does not have the right to accommodation under the Code.”

Translated: Your basic human rights are cancelled if you fail to comply with the government’s demand that you get vaccinated.

This is absolute madness. There’s just no other way to put it.

That’s why we’re asking you to send a strong message to the OHRC (CC’ed to Ontario’s MPPs, AG and PM), expressing your outrage that pandemic politics has taken priority over actual human rights — a blatant contradiction of the organization’s supposed purpose for existing at all.

Can we count on you to email the OHRC today, and remind them that human rights do NOT have an expiration date, even in the midst of a worldwide viral outbreak?

You can reach the OHRC in one easy step using this simple contact form that we’re making available here on LifeSite’s Action Center.

With one click, your message is sent directly to the OHRC without having to look up any contact details yourself.

Then, please SHARE this important information with your friends and family members to spread the word across Ontario!

CONTACT THE OHRC NOW!

Human rights do NOT come with an asterisk.

This should not be a controversial statement, especially from the perspective of a government institution whose primary purpose is to ensure that Ontario’s Human Rights Code is upheld and administered faithfully — but, has has often been the case in Ontario and other provinces across Canada, these “Human Rights” Commissions have done more to defend radical leftist orthodoxy than the rights of Canadians.

To see this practice in action, look no further than the OHRC’s recent statement of support for intrusive, unconstitutional vaccine mandates, which are already wreaking havoc on countless people in our province and beyond.

The OHRC recently published a Policy Statement confirming its unabashed support for vaccine mandates, singing the praises of the requirements issued by Ontario’s provincial government by declaring that, yes, “[v]accination requirements [are] generally permissible.”

READ MORE ABOUT THE OHRC’S STATEMENT HERE

It should go without saying that Ontarians should be free to choose for


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