They got paid for. They can't touch you. Mr Zapata is one of a handful of anti-maskers across Melbourne who have gone viral with their refusal to don a face covering after it became the law in the city and neighbouring Mitchell Shire last week. Groups opposing lockdowns, mask wearing, and police authority in general rely on a series of dubious arguments that are easily discredited:.
A common theme to infuriating exchanges with police is that the public health orders are invalid because Parliament never approved them. They claim such 'directives' can only be enforced by 'consent' and thus can be ignored at will. Section of the act explicitly states they can can restrict movement or 'give any other direction that the authorised officer considers is reasonably necessary to protect public health'.
These powers kick in when a state of emergency is declared by the state government, which Premier Daniel Andrews did in Victoria on March Extra powers kick in when a state of emergency is declared by the state government, which Premier Daniel Andrews did in Victoria on March This directive also covers the wearing of face masks, as it states people can only leave their house while wearing one - exceptions notwithstanding. Some conspiracy theorists claim the state of emergency shouldn't have been imposed in the first place.
They quote what they believe to be the conditions that must be established, including that a deadly pathogen must be present around the country. As they deny the seriousness of Covid, they declare there is 'no deadly virus' in Australia. The Australians who have died from coronavirus, and their families, would beg to differ.
Police don't have authority to enforce orders. Many of the video feature coronavirus deniers refusing to answer police questions or give their details. They make bizarre appeals to common law overriding state legislation, which are discussed at the end of this article. Police officers can usually only ask for someone's details if they are committing a crime or are reasonably believed to be about to be.
But the Act extends this to investigating, eliminating or reducing the risk to public health. Police can also detain anyone deemed a 'serious risk to public health', so long as they are warned that refusal to comply would lead to their arrest. This does not actually create any laws, it is just an undertaking to preserve and protect human rights around the world. This compels Parliament to balance any infringement on human rights, as laid down in the act, and produce a 'statement of compatibility'.
This balancing act is known as 'proportionality testing' and weighs, in this case, forcing people to wear masks with the threat of illness and death. The band consisted of Jay Lane on drums and Todd Huth on guitar, who had worked with Claypool in Sausage which in itself was a re-formation of the first line up of Primus , guitarist Eenor, who got a place in the band by winning a mail-order competition, Jeff Chimenti , the keyboardist from Ratdog Jay Lane also has worked with Ratdog , and Skerik continuing on saxophone.
This version of the band played a show consisting of two sets - the first filled with covers and songs from Claypool's previous bands, and a second set where the band would play all of the Pink Floyd album, Animals. After this tour, the Brigade released two live recordings, both taken from the Autumn concerts by the band in San Francisco. Live Frogs, Vol. The following summer, the band was composed of Claypool, Skerik, Eenor and a new drummer, Paul Svena.
Les began writing new material and they began playing single-set live shows. The Big Eyeball in the Sky.
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