Italian Court Nullifies “Green Pass” Judgment

I went to the retinologist’s office today to get a periodic injection in my left eye. As a result I’m moving a bit slowly this evening.

However, I can at least post a few videos. The first one is from Italy, and concerns the nullification of a judgment against an unvaxed woman who went to work without a “green pass”. The horror! (The later ruling of the Constitutional Court was discussed here a few days ago.)

Many thanks to HeHa for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

00:09   A woman was fined for going to work without a green pass.
00:12   But the small claims court has annulled the fine, admitting the complaint.
00:17   The judgment was delivered before the Constitutional Court’s ruling, by a judge from Chiavari,
00:24   who admitted the complaint submitted
00:27   by the lawyer Emanuele Fusi, from Lucca, on his client’s behalf.
00:31   The woman had decided not to get vaccinated against Covid-19,
00:35   and she had gone to the workplace anyway, without a green pass.
00:39   So she had been fined by the police, and therefore
00:43   the Prefecture had issued a sanction against her.
00:47   The small claims court has annulled the fine issued
00:50   by the Prefecture of Genoa, stating very clear grounds.
00:53   The judge applied article five of the Civil Code,
00:57   considering the adverse effects, in some cases irreversible and also deadly,
01:02   and considering the often conflicting opinions expressed by the medical authorities,
01:06   that people have notably learnt of, thanks to the media.
01:12   For instance, performing a duty — as well as exercising a right —
01:17   is to be based on the principle of non-contradiction.
01:21   It is inconceivable that in the same legal system,
01:24   an action can be both required and forbidden, at the same time.
01:28   The judgment is surely controversial, but the battle doesn’t seem to be over yet.

3 thoughts on “Italian Court Nullifies “Green Pass” Judgment

  1. Put that judge in charge of the rest of them.

    Or, as Lincoln was alleged to have done upon being being informed by rival generals that Grant was drinking too much, told them to find out what kind of whiskey he drank and then distribute a barrel of it to the other generals.

    Find out what that judge drinks and distribute a cask of it to the other judges.

  2. Live long and prosper. We need all the help we can get in this war against depopulationists.
    Ukraine, Italy, New Zealand, Canada, Australia, are leading the hive in the Great Reset Leap Forward.
    Just read about Xi of China going to Saudi Arabia with military jet escort and red carpets everywhere.
    Contrast that with the treatment Brandon got on his begging for oil tour.

    There is, of course, no reason why the new totalitarianisms should resemble the old. Government by clubs and firing squads, by artificial famine, mass imprisonment and mass deportation, is not merely inhumane (nobody cares much about that nowadays), it is demonstrably inefficient and in an age of advanced technology, inefficiency is the sin against the Holy Ghost. A really efficient totalitarian state would be one in which the all-powerful executive of political bosses and their army of managers control a population of slaves who do not have to be coerced, because they love their servitude. To make them love it is the task assigned, in present-day totalitarian states, to ministries of propaganda, news-paper editors and schoolteachers. But their methods are still crude and unscientific.

    Aldous Huxley

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