A Red Cross nurse who injected 8,600 elderly patients with saline solution instead of the experimental COVID jab has walked free from court with only six months probation. 39-year-old Antje T. had administered the saltwater solution “vaccines” at the Schortens jab center in Friesland, Germany, telling patients they were the Pfizer jab. She was found guilty of six counts of intentional assault by Oldenburg District Court, Lower Saxony state, on November 30. Police told the court that she was able to introduce the saline solution undetected because she was in charge of vaccine and syringe preparation during her shift at the vaccination center. Many people were upset that she didn’t go to jail and suffer more punishment than losing her nursing license, but in truth, the Germans couldn’t prosecute her for something that wasn’t a law; the government didn’t have a right to force an alliance with Pfizer to force medicine on people under the standards that were created with Covid because the imposition of public safety as a means to undermine personal rights had not been worked out in their legal system. Therefore, there wasn’t any real merit for the case to begin with. And in America, there is even less of a premise for such a case. This is a good story for a number of reasons, but it ultimately shows the power of the excellent book The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates and how it can bring governments to their knees when they grab for power and abuse their authority such as was the clear case under Covid. Local officials were obliged to push back against the tyrannies of the state. Joe Biden never had the authority to mandate vaccines of any kind, which is just how those court cases turned out. And the best way to undermine such corruption is by following the basic ideas established in that great book.
I knew of many nurses and pharmacists during Covid who behaved much the way that German nurse did, and there is even less of a prosecutorial standard in America for them to be punished for their actions. I see what they were doing as patriotic, we had a power grab by the government from the Biden administration trying to flex some first-term muscle, and people ignored it, which they should have. There was no authority by the government to do so; I told everyone that at the time. It was a bluff by the government that had no enforceability or justification, and the Biden executive order needed to be ignored. For example, a president can set some parameters for vaccine passports, such as international travel. Corporations can have policies for flying on their equipment as well. It’s their planes, their rules. But saying that people wouldn’t be allowed to work if they didn’t take some government-mandated medicine was insane at best. And I was encouraged during Covid by how many rebels emerged using The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates to destroy the tyrannical grip governments had over industry. I knew quite a few people who were issuing vaccine cards to people who needed them for employment mandates, and I thought it was fine. I knew that none of this executive order action would hold up in court, so it was good to see people putting a check on that power from the outset, which occurred from September of 2021 to around January of 2022 when the court cases started falling apart under scrutiny. I was happy to be right about all of it, but it was pretty scary for people to realize that government had way overstepped its authority and that people might lose their jobs as a result. It took guts for people to take a stand and use their positions to help people get vaccine cards, even if those people didn’t want to get the vaccine. Under those conditions, where the government is not acting in accordance with the Law of the land, the American Constitution, people have an obligation to ignore the mandates of an out-of-control government.
The situation was so bad that I knew a few legislators, one in particular, who was immune from the mandates because they were law makers themselves, but they had a scheduled trip to the Virgin Islands and had to have a vax card to make the trip. But they were very much against the government-mandated vaccination. So I helped everyone talk to each other so they could get what they needed, but I still applied the concept of The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates. Rules created by an abusive government should be ignored and even defeated at the local level. Otherwise, the government will never stop imposing itself on the innocent. The method of using a crisis to impose under unconstitutional emergency laws had been debated for years; one of the worst scenarios was the Hurricane Katrina crisis in New Orleans years ago. Martial Law was imposed there, which had disastrous effects on the population. Thinking back on it, people would have been better off ignoring the authorities and functioning from a constitutional law foundation. Just because something is an emergency doesn’t mean you have to rearrange your entire legal system.
And even in Germany, which hardly has anything close to an American Bill of Rights, the courts couldn’t prosecute the young nurse and her convictions against the vaccination shots. Legally they had much more power there than in the United States. It wasn’t an apples-to-apples kind of analysis. But what the authorities couldn’t afford to have happen was that by prosecuting this nurse, they upset the population and gave birth to a thousand more. When the government sees that people are so willing to break their dumb rules, they are less motivated to issue them in the future, knowing that in the long run, they’ll simply overplay their hand, and people will stop listening to them. And for powerful governments, that is their greatest fear. A population that has no reverence for them and calls their bluff on exerting authority. If people fear compliance more than government power, governments are exposed as worthless in their endeavors if they simply lose the public, which is always a risk. I am personally very happy that so many people refused in the United States to take the vaccine. The government needed to make a better case for its position than it did, which was even worse than many feared. And at no point in the future can government believe that it has that kind of power over people. The World Economic Forum people also, who fancy themselves as having control over governments through their campaign contributions, have to learn the hard lesson as well, that they cannot control the Law through emergency bioweapons. Seeing people refuse to play the game, by whatever means they had to, was a good warning to those tyrannical forces. The centralized government will not have the power they fantasize about over mass populations because The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates promises that people will rebel against abusive laws, even if power at the top is captured through election fraud or some other maniacal method. Obviously, the only laws that are good and can work are those regulated by voters through a representative government. And through that method, the Lesser Magistrates always keep the Upper Magistrates from gaining too much power and making themselves the tyrannies of our day. And in that regard, the best thing to keep society honest is the willingness to say no when given an unjust order and to force the government to think seriously about their demands before they say a word.