Lawsuit challenging vaccine mandates in Indonesia filed

In this March 25, 2022 article for The Daily Expose, Rhonda Wilson reports on the lawsuit filed last March 15, 2022 against Indonesian President Joko Widodo and the Minister of Health.

The lawsuit, filed by plaintiffs Ted Hilbert and Fatoni Rahman, seeks to end vaccination as a condition for travel. The full details about the lawsuit may be read at the Investigasi.Org.

Editor’s Note: We add this article to this website to show that the fight against mandatory vaccination continues to this day. It is also to say that we are not alone in our rejection of the unconstitutional policy to “imprison” the unvaccinated by requiring vaccine cards to travel.

As long as such policies are not declared by courts as a violation of human rights, governments will continue to use them. Hence, even if more than 50% of the Philippines is already vaccinated, we think that the fight against mandatory vaccination should continue.

And with the reality that 27 million vaccines are expiring in July 2022[1]Concepcion: 27 million vaccines set to expire in July, one can only expect the government to impose mandatory boosters, and possibly, mandatory vaccination of our young children!

Are we to simply stand by and do nothing while our government gambles with our children’s future?

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