APPLICATION FOR SOUTH AFRICAN PARLIAMENT TO RESCIND THE CORONAVIRUS LEGISLATION:

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1:  I, Cedric Raymond de la Harpe, ID 470515 5127 087, hereby make the following statement, in support of my application for the South African Parliament to rescind the Coronavirus Legislation.

2: When making the announcement on Lockdown, the State President basis the decision for the Lockdown, on advice from the Scientists and Medical experts, never providing any details that were provided to our Parliament.

3: On April 22, 2020, I received a copy of a Risk-adjusted strategy for economic activity, an unsigned document under the South African Coat of Arms,  as per the screenshot below;

Risk-adjusted strategy for economic activity

The balance between “lives” and “livelihoods”

Evidence from the Spanish Influenza pandemic of 1918 shows that the long-run economic consequences for cities experiencing a rapid infection rate and high cumulative infections were significantly worse than those for cities enduring temporary restrictions on economic activity.

“On the one hand, NPIs constrain social interactions while they are in place, and thus necessarily depress any type of economic activity that relies on such interactions. On the other hand, because the pandemic itself has severe economic consequences, by reducing the severity of the pandemic, NPIs can mitigate the most severe economic disruptions. While an interruption of economic activity may be inevitable, this interruption can be shorter-lived and less extensive with NPIs in place that solve coordination problems.” (p. 17)

4: This document, gives the impression that these three are the scientists that are direction operations in the Command Centre, and that their research is scientific, and the direction that should be followed.

4.1:The South African Government has used a copy and paste off a document written by the gentlemen, and still in draft form:

Pandemics Depress the Economy, Public Health

Interventions Do Not: Evidence from the 1918 Flu

Sergio Correia, Stephan Luck, and Emil Verner*

[PRELIMINARY – COMMENTS WELCOME]

This draft: April 10, 2020; First draft: March 26, 2020

4.2: I submit that the South African Government has no other scientific research to sustain they continued manipulation of the economy, at the expense of the middle-class, the labourers, the informal traders, the poverty groups, and should they have such, they should identify such.

5: The balance between “lives” and “livelihoods”

5.1: The balance between lives and livelihoods is foreign concept, to South Africa, just two months ago, saving the Rhino, was more important than saving a life.

5.2: The average Influenza death toll in South Africa is 6000 to 11000, and my averment is that the Chinese, The Italian, the USA models that we have followed, have not honestly reported on any seasonal influenza deaths, while they record every Coronavirus infection.

5.3: I submit that the State should show scientific evidence that the principle of sacrificing the economy, in order to save lives, has accepted scientific findings, that show that Italy and the USA, still have the same levels of seasonal influenza deaths, during the Coronavirus season, and therefore, the potential of 11000 seasonal Influenza deaths, will remain, and that they ‘tens of thousands of deaths’ predicted for Coronavirus, will take place.

5.4: I submit that such findings are presently not in place.

6: I submit that this first paragraph needs to be tested in Court;

Evidence from the Spanish Influenza pandemic of 1918 shows that the long-run economic consequences for cities experiencing a rapid infection rate and high cumulative infections were significantly worse than those for cities enduring temporary restrictions on economic activity.

6.1: The evidence in South Africa, does show that the Spanish Influenza pandemic of 1918, showed economic consequences,  for the cities experiencing a rapid infection rate; however;

6.2: Unlike the Coronavirus that attacks the elderly and those with compromised immune systems, the Spanish Flu, mainly killed the labour force, those aged from 15 to 45.

6.3: In South Africa, the labour force died, industry continued operating, where the lives important, and would it be the investors livelihoods that were important.

6.4: One of the findings, was that the labour would have been safer than at work, than at home.

7: 300 000 black people died in South Africa, impacting on their sustainable farming activities, making the black person ‘dependent’ for the first time on the white.

7.1: I quote from Annexure 1, extracted from  a UCT thesis,

BlackOctoberTHE IMPACT

OF THE SPANISH INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC

OF 1918 ON SOUTH AFRICA

by

Howard Phillips, BA Honours (UCT), MA (London)

Yet it was not primarily these assurances which slowly increased the supply of labour during 1919. Far more important were the waning of the ‘flu in the recruiting areas and the pressing shortage of food in areas such as the Transkei and Ciskei. In (part, this stemmed from poor harvests as a result of a severe drought and late planting caused by the epidemic. SO As early as January 1919 a well-informed authority on the Rand was forecasting that,

‘owing to the poor crops in some of the Native Territories and losses suffered through the Epidemic, a considerable increase in the supply of labour~ may be anticipated in the near future.’

7.2: Contrary to the Risk-adjusted strategy for economic activity, the South African strategy, is making the blacks more dependent on the whites, than the Apartheid System ever did.

8: Human Rights; I submit that every human has a right to move freely, to b allowed the opportunity to feed his/her family, and the State has the obligation to provide medical support, to the best of their ability, without taking human rights away from the majority of the population, to protect a scientifically undefined number of people, most of whom have already past their life expectancy.

9: The charity offered to the majority of our population, is an insult to human dignity, the loss of human dignity, is directly related to the gender violence, disobedience, and the burgeoning crime, that presently requires Military Control, supported by the Police and Security.

10:   I now introduce the averments that the State, the declared Coronavirus  has no scientific basis to, and submit that the State will ned to show the Court such.

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