Just applying for a religious exemption is playing into their hands. Some lefty, college "educated" HR goon is probably having an orgasm right now thinking of the big red, "DENIED" rubber stamp she is gonna smash on your religious documents. Even if they do decide to be nice and "accept" your beliefs, why is some HR floozy or manager in any position to judge said beliefs? Either way, you are legitimizing this new normal.
I mean if you have a family to feed and such, it's obviously your call. My take... Just ignore them for as long as you can. Don't respond with any written communication. When they confront you about it, just say something like, you don't release personal medical information, or don't believe it's their place to judge your beliefs, avoid being overtly political or offensive. Refuse signing anything or crafting statements all the way until they fire you. This will make the process as difficult as possible of them, and maximize your potential for any type of legal action or unemployment benefits if it all possible.Okay then it would be good if there is a better way to go about this.
Here is an example of a successful appeal for a religious exemption. Just needs paragraph breaks, put into one's own words:Medical exemption, religious exemption, breach of OH&S laws, no federal laws passed, Australian constitution ignored. Got em all lined up thanks brother. I don’t particularly want to go with the medical or religious exemptions first up (and our union said they would “support us” with the medical exemption). Because the way I figure it, the hospital will simply say, ok Gary, we acknowledge your medical exemption and we will still honour your role as an employee here, however because you are unvaccinated and pose a risk to everyone else on the wards, you can no longer perform your normal duties in the area where you’ve been working for the past 7 years. So we’ve had to relocate you to a “safer” area of the hospital, now enjoy your new role out the back working in the cold emptying the rubbish bins for the rest of your miserable days here. I’d rather take them on from with the whole unlawful and unsafe (material safety data sheets etc), approach.
https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw...road-map-out-of-lockdown-20210927-p58v1c.htmlNSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has revealed the state’s road map out of lockdown, saying regional travel and community sport are due to resume within weeks.
The state will move to the first stage of a three-phase plan to ease restrictions on October 11, the Monday after NSW is projected to reach 70 per cent vaccination coverage.
It is projected NSW will reach 80 per cent coverage a few weeks later, when further freedoms will be allowed.
The final stage of the plan will allow unvaccinated people the same freedoms as the rest of society from December 1.
That's just a bait to calm down the masses a little bit so they don't actually start a revolution. Similar to how they "reopened" UK, yet everyone knows even more brutal lockdowns are coming this year as they rig some more PCR tests.More white pill. NSW has effectively said that the unjabbed will only have to hold out for 5-6 weeks longer than jabbed to have the same “freedoms”. The jabbed have been played off a break without most of them realising it.
Again the weak ones will struggle to hold out for another 5-6 minutes let alone weeks so this will act as an incentive with them. But for those of us with God in our lives it’s challenge gladly accepted. Barring a backtrack, there will be no jab apartheid in NSW by December 1.
Note however that Deadly Dan immediately said the unjabbed would not have the same freedoms anytime soon.
I can’t seem to access the document mate, just the comments? I’m not real savvy with tech etc, would you be kind enough to copy it and post it again please? Regards Gazza.Here is an example of a successful appeal for a religious exemption. Just needs paragraph breaks, put into one's own words:
Fight on all fronts! Courage and strength to the two plaintiffs! The government may use every dirty tactic they can but the righteous who stand up for good shall always stand tall among the vile.
Covid: Why NSW Premier was dragged into ‘mandatory vaccine’ lawsuitTwo of the claims, brought by Al-Munir Kassam and Natasha Henry, are challenging rules which state that essential workers must receive a jab before leaving areas of concern.
Lawyers for Ms Henry appeared in the NSW Supreme Court late on Friday afternoon, seeking to subpoena the Department of Premier.
They raised comments made by Ms Berejiklian during an interview on Channel 9’s Today Show on September 1.
During the interview, the premier said: “Well firstly, we weren’t able to make the vaccines mandatory, it’s not in our power to do that.”