Final Word from Thursday, December 3, 2020

The Communists didn't have to jump through hoops when they wanted to deny citizens their human rights. They just did it. Democracy is more sensitive, and it took lots of back and forth before EU countries found consensus on denying their citizens the right to go skiing abroad this Christmas. They'll use various forms of health orders to achieve this. All the orders will be based on the predication that certain health risks are so great that they override fundamental human rights. The determination with regard to covid was first made by the World Health Organization on March 11, when it declared a pandemic. All other disenfranchisement since then has derived from this one ruling, but the covid elite doesn't want to talk about this very much. So when Chief Justice Pavel Rychetský of the Constitutional Court states that it was "absolutely unconstitutional" for the government to ban leaving the country, no one dares to respond, "Of course it was constitutional, because the WHO made it so." The unspoken truth is that the World Health Organization stands above the Czech Constitution and Bill of Rights. [ Czech Republic public covid-19 coronavirus KSČ travel abroad ]

Glossary of difficult words

to jump through hoops - to go through an elaborate or complicated procedure in order to achieve an objective;

predication - assertion; affirmation;

to override - to be more important than;

disenfranchisement - the state of being deprived of a right or privilege;

to derive from - to have as the root or origin.

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