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MAHURANGI COLLEGE IS THE LATEST COLLEGE TO PULL THE PLUG ON USING SCHOOL GROUNDS AS A CV V HUB…
State’s COVID Shots Programme Halted At Mahurangi College
Press Release by the Concerned Parents Law Counsel
The state’s planned mass injection programme for COVID-19 will not be taking place at Mahurangi College in Warkworth.
The announcement, which will come as an immense relief to many parents and students alike, was made on Monday August 9 by the Concerned Parents Law Counsel (CPLC).
Concerned parent Glen Crofskey said canceling the state’s plan to “fire COVID shots at my children’s school” was the only option after the College’s Board of Trustees (BoT) refused to take liability for the decision.
“Nobody has the authority to make any decision that affects other sentient beings if they do not take any responsibility, and that means full liability, for that decision,” Crofskey said.
Crofskey used his “Speaking Rights” slot at the BoT’s last meeting on Monday August 2 to table two YES or NO questions for the BoT to personally answer within 72 hours.
1 – Are you going to allow the state to use our school, Mahurangi College, as a place where the unethical COVID-19 mRNA injection programme takes place?
2 – Do you, Tony Giles acting as principal for Mahurangi College, and Dean Iverson, acting as chair of the Board of Trustees of Mahurangi College, and each individual board member Jason Neely, Ihirangi Heke, Rachel O’Malley, Peter Meafou, Nyree Norrington and Rachel McGuire, take personal, financial, and karmic liability for any and all physical, mental, emotional and spiritual harm caused to any pupil as a result of them being injected with COVID mRNA shots on these school grounds?
Iverson the chair would not answer calls or respond to messages, nor any other BoT member bothered to reply. Giles acting as principal replied very late on Sunday night and dodged the questions entirely.
“In the event that the Government does ask schools for support by being vaccination sites, it is a matter for the School Board to decide to provide that facility or not,” Giles said.
Giles said the second question put to the BoT was a “ridiculous, grand-standing and nonsensical question”.
“If the Government asks schools for support by being a vaccination site AND the Board of Trustees decides to do so, then it will be up to each individual family to exercise their free will and determine whether their children receive the vaccination or not. There is no liability, karmic or otherwise,” Giles said.
Giles’ dismissive responses prompted Crofskey to claim true authority over the BoT and declare that the “state’s unethical COVID-19 mRNA injection programme will not be taking place at Mahurangi College “because I say it is so!”.
In the latest Ministry of Education Bulletin for School Leaders education secretary Iona Holsted clearly stated “that in terms of making school premises places for vaccination to occur, that is a matter for the board.”
Medsafe last month granted approval for the use of experimental COVID shots on 12 to 15-year-olds.
“So make no mistake that whether or not our children’s lives are put at risk is on your heads!” Crofskey told the BoT last Monday (August 2).
“They obviously lack the courage to take liability for that decision, therefore they have no authority to make it,” Crofskey said in response to the BoT’s ducking for cover.
“So I have made it for them, on their behalf, and on behalf of my children, and on behalf of all other parents and pupils at Mahurangi College – no COVID shots will be fired at our school!”
Crofskey also used his speaking rights slot to serve notices of liability to Tony Giles, acting as principal, and Dean Iversen, acting as BoT chair, and every member of the board in their private capacity
The notices were served in public in front of 28 witnesses, other concerned parents and members of the public, who attended the meeting to express their full support of Crofskey and their opposition to allowing school grounds to be turned into “jabbatoirs”.
An email response to the notices came from Giles late on Friday, which said their legal advice said the notices were “garbage”.
“The lawyer advising the school confirms that there is no legal requirement for the Board to respond to your questionnaire. On this basis, the Board of Trustees will not be responding,” Giles wrote.
Crofskey said the notices were written exactly as intended using lawful language by a team of common law experts, and were tabled to Giles and each BoT member in their personal capacity.
The CPLC urges all concerned parents around the country, and the world, to challenge their school boards as to whether they take full liability for the children that come under their care if they are harmed by them giving the green light to the state to jab their children.
“Jabbing children with an experimental new medical technology against a virus that they have only a tiny fraction above ZERO of dying from is totally immoral.
“It is beyond time we all stood up and spoke out and stopped this travesty occurring on school grounds before it is too late.”
For further information contact the Concerned Parents Law Counsel via email@example.com (S.O.B. = Save Our Babies).
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