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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    That's true, though given a cert is good enough for travel in general these days, I would have thought allowances could be made for an international squad being fully certified as vaccinated.

    That said, Eminence Grise's post - which can be summed up as "footballers are stupid" - would be a hindrance to my cert theory...
    I assume a human being still has the right to choose. Are we still in that situation ?

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    Is that a formally enshrined right?

    It really shouldn't be - vaccines work best based on everyone getting it, and not allowing self-important idiots to think they're a breach of their human rights, an argument which indicates they have absolutely no idea what they're talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    Is that a formally enshrined right?

    It really shouldn't be - vaccines work best based on everyone getting it, and not allowing self-important idiots to think they're a breach of their human rights, an argument which indicates they have absolutely no idea what they're talking about.
    So, you can take human rights away when it suits you = = Then they are hardly human rights.

    Are you saying that a human being does not have the right to refuse a vaccine that has not gone through the usual trials ?

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    Well I was asking you if what you described is actually a formally enshrined human right. Cos I don't think it is. Can I choose not to pay taxes for example?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    Well I was asking you if what you described is actually a formally enshrined human right. Cos I don't think it is. Can I choose not to pay taxes for example?
    Yes, You can chose not to play Taxes = = You may well have to go to jail for it but you can certainly choose not to pay taxes.

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    I respect all Peoples right to get Vaccinated or not Vaccinated = It is up to the individual to get the best information and make their own choice = A human right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanfhear View Post
    Are you saying that a human being does not have the right to refuse a vaccine that has not gone through the usual trials ?
    This is disinformation. The vaccines have now completed all normal phases of vaccine testing. You have no right to spread bull**** that will affect public health.

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    It is up to the individual to get the best information and make their own choice = A human right.
    The best information.
    It's funny how you can't spread carcinogens in an office by smoking, but you can cough and cough and cough.

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