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nz government signed away our rights

Posted by alexandra_k on March 30, 2021, at 1:36:35

In reply to Re: question: assess the feasibility of a vaccine pass, posted by alexandra_k on March 29, 2021, at 18:33:19

that's what's wrong with it.

in the US you can sue the manufacturer if there is a problem with a vaccination or a batch or something.

that means there are safeguards built around how they are manufactured and shipped and stored and so on. as protection against being sued.

but the new zealand government said it would take the legal responsibility and not the manufacturers. i imagine that that is because the conversation went like this 'we need our vaccine that we made to be shipped like this and stored like that and administerd in this particular way' and new zealand said 'we won't. we will do whatever we want whenever we want because we want'. and the manufacturers said 'we can't afford the liability insurance of doing business with the likes of you'. and the new zealand government said 'we will manage the judiary where all the complaints will be heard so there's no way to hold us to account!'

or similar.




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