Jedi Council Member
The Dutch Minister of Justice and Security was finally fined for not following the Covid-19 rules at his wedding, and got a mark on his criminal record. And guess what... Now, they're thinking about lowering the fine and want to remove the mark on criminal records from people who haven't adhered to the corona rules! Only now, when the Minister got fined...
Giving some bones to the public so they get some sense of justice and then the public forgets about it really quick and it is same old. It may have to do also about if they apply same measures as against public against themselves, some of theirs could come out and speak out about scam so it is about their preservation in a way.
Think it is very flawed strategy because it is naive to think they have not covered all the exists with the strategy that has been planned for years if not even more, that is that the power structers are not connected or have those in those positions in grip.A tsunami of legal cases? People are getting very active, as well as involved. They are taking names and filing suits! People do have a choice. Resist, or die and they can resist by filing suits because confronting people directly (via civil disobedience) doesn't work. This is a long term strategy.
I have followed these things closely here in Germany, and some of the lawsuits were clearly won by the protestors (such as the right to hold protests, abolishment of mandatory masks in some schools etc.) However, so far the courts have stubbornly refused to deal with the elephant in the room: whether all these extreme measures are justified in the first place. And personally, I don't think the courts will reveal the deception for all to see, or bring politicians behind bars and so on. The whole Covid fiasco showed clearly how naive we are in believing in some abstract ideals of separation of powers and so on. I would say - small victories yes, a grand victory like putting a president/chancellor/prime minister behind bars, or abolishing all measures by a court ruling - no. For that, the whole public perception of these things would have to change. No court can fight against a population in panic and authoritarian followers going Nazi en masse because of media indoctrination, IMO.
Think it has the least with that they care about opinion of masses and more about corruption of the judiciary that is the same like all other power branches.
New York's public health laws have been amended so that, based on the governor's "OPINION" and "a REASONABLY specific description" of an individual (or group) who "MAY BE infected (or MAY BECOME infected)", they can be sent to quarantine camps where their legal rights will be protected "TO THE EXTENT FEASIBLE." Oh, and anyone confined to a "detainment facility" "may not act in a disorderly manner, and shall not leave or attempt to leave"!--got it?
So those who "may be or may become infected" are those who refuse vaccination and question authority in that regard are proclaimed "danger to the public health" and sent to camps. That is very devious and very close indeed from how things are going FOR NOW.
Maybe them being under same set of rules and treatment like general public they overseer for same could spark some kind of revolt because of that so elites do not want to risk it in that regards when they need them. It gives them some false sense of being "differentianted" from the rest, but in reality there is no difference.I can just imagine what some of the reasons may be:
1. The police are not considered to be part of 'the general public', but are meant as 'enforcers' (of the general public). I.e. used as 'a tool' against people and used to 'control' them.