I have read that if we refuse the test/vaccine then it now only takes one doctior to determine that we will be sectioned under the mental health act because we are not acting sensibly. There is so much wrong with this. 1. What is their definition of sensibly. If we are to be sectioned then we have a great precedent to get Hancock and Johnson sectioned for not acting sensibly.
One point that I can promise though, if I get some doctor threaten to incarcerate me because I will not take a tes, the next thing he will see is the ceiling because I will lay him out, I have nothing to lose, I'm being locked up anyway I also cannot be prosecuted because I have just been classified as mentally ill. So bring it on doctor, just try me.
There a person on here who challenged this with courts/ authorities. I think name was lethin? Or something. Haven't had an update on their progress but sounds like they made good changes.
OK its not as bad as I thought, On reading the whole lot, it gives them the right to section you and force the treatment (Test) onto you and new regs state that it only needs to be one doctor. But if this happens, DO NOT lose your rag in any way. Keep calm etc because if you raise your voice in protest, he can determine that you are not in a fit state of mind and section you there and then.
I have already sent a 'living will' into my health authority, telling them that in the event of my being incapacitated, I am refusing the test. and /or vaccine under any circumstances. It is a legal document that they HAVE to take notice of. I can post it here if you want to copy it.
Thanks. I work in psychiatric care and haven't heard of this.
Do you have any evidence of this?