Sette Giugno

Sette Giugno

Today, some members of HHA took it upon themselves to place a bouquet of flowers on the Sette Giugno momument, silently thanking our ancestors for fighting to their deaths for our rights and fearing that history is now repeating itself…

Isn’t it hugely ironic that over 100 years after our ancestors died protesting for our rights on Sette Giugno 1919, which is described as an “uprising against profiteering merchants…”, that us Maltese have now regressed to an even worst and dire situation? Where we are now protesting the draconian measures that the government is implementing, that don’t allow us to breathe unimpeded? That we have to wear a covering on our face that science has proven has absolutely no health benefits, rather to the contrary, is highly dangerous and a significant health hazard, with predicted long term damage, both to our physical and psychological health? That we are now not even allowed to gather to air our grievances in numbers higher than 2, 4 or 6, or whatever suits the narrative at the time, in order to remind the authorities that we do, actually have the rights to do this? That as human beings with sovereign rights we do actually have the right to choose not to accept a medical intervention? That we do have the right to not inject ourselves with experimental vaccines? That we do have the right to free, uncensored speech? Over 100 years later! The shame! Our ancestors must be rolling in their graves!

https://www.un.org/en/about-us/universal-declaration-of-human-rights

http://www.cirp.org/library/ethics/nuremberg/

https://humanhealthalliance.org/2021/05/23/health-sovereignty-is-one-of-the-cornerstones-of-a-free-society-and-we-sacrifice-it-at-our-peril/