Opposing Workplace Mandates

In direct contravention to the principle of Informed Consent established at Nuremberg, workplace mandates are being used to elicit compliance from people who would never otherwise consent to participate in this medical experiment.

‘Vaccine’ mandates, testing mandates, and woefully misguided masking mandates are causing many people to walk away from careers they’ve spent a lifetime investing in, feeling their hands are tied. When faced with the prospect of potential adverse events on top of endless boosters, many people are drawing the line, choosing life over liberty – choosing bodily autonomy over financial security. This is a choice, we believe, that no one should be forced to make—especially not in “the land of the free.”

We are making available consultations for legal direction amidst a broadly integrative strategy aimed toward cessation of all pandemic-related mandates. Collaborating with legal teams across the nation on various approaches, we are assisting businesses and workers in different states, working to navigate a morass of conflicting and often counter-intuitive information to present employers and employees with viable options.

Is Your Company Contemplating Compliance?

If your company, or the company you work for, is contemplating compliance, there are alternatives! If mandates have already implemented, there are ways to roll it back while preserving your right to do business. Please contact us and speak with one of our agents about what your options are.

Are You Facing Mandates At Work?

We have to do a lot of things at work, but never before have we been asked to sacrifice bodily autonomy to keep a job. This is where we draw the line. Will you stand with us, and volunteer a few hours of your time to assist with this monumental task?

Together we can make a difference.

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US Supreme Court To Hear Oral Argument On Mandates

The U.S. Supreme Court has, on January 7th, scheduled oral argument on legal challenges to a) the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard (“OSHA ETS”) and b) the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Omnibus COVID-19 Health Care Staff Vaccination Interim Final Rule (“CMS Vaccine Mandate”).

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