Toya Delazy said that placing limitations on what people who choose not to get the vaccine can do is a form of human rights violation

Toya Delazy said that placing limitations on what people who choose not to get the vaccine can do is a form of human rights violation

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South African musician Toya Delazy has said that placing limitations on what people that choose to not get the vaccine can do may be a sort of human rights violation. Toya took to Twitter to precise her views after French lawmakers approved a controversial law in the week which will provide vaccinated people with privileged access to restaurants, cafes, intercity transportation and other venues starting in August — a measure that has drawn nationwide protests over the past fortnight. Access to venues covered by the law also will be possible with a recent negative coronavirus test, or proof of immunity through infection, while anyone who doesn’t meet these qualifications might not legally enter. French President Emmanuel Macron has said the aim of what the govt calls a “health pass” is to approach vaccination rates, which had begun to plateau in recent weeks. In a string of tweets, Toya made her stance on vaccines clear and slammed the subtle manner during which “the powers that be” are treading on people’s rights. 210868853 524278552051127 258791325331329092 nMORE ON THIS Toya Delazy dragged after writing ‘ethnic cleansing’ letter for Revolt TV Toya Delazy’s poll asking about her music career goes south Toya Delazy resurrects the fighting spirit in youth in her new album ‘Afrorave Vol. 1’ “When France announced that folks can not vote, shop, party or gym without the vaccine, I smelt that rat. So you not allowed to exist. is that this vaccine oxygen or what?” she wrote. She then said: “Vaccines are personal, you’re taking it to guard yourself, not for others. “I believe freedom of choice first; not forcing them on children alternatively strip away their livelihoods. “This may be a crime against humanity. We, the 99% that survive, are locked up like criminals,” Toya said. Prior to France’s new laws, the talk about “vaccine passports” has been a heated one on social media. Toya, who is predicated within the UK, made it clear that she believes “vaccine passports” infringe on human rights which children, especially, should take a stand against them. “Forcing the youth (99% survival) to vaccinate alternatively be denied basic human rights in society is breaking the laws of nature and discretion.

“I call bullsh*t on the system. “What you’ve got done to us children is unforgivable. You left us with nothing, stranded and unsupported. “Humans have a right to measure as they choose, regardless of how expressional, as long as they hurt none. “Only those with wicked intentions force you to behave out of your wild in ‘hope’ of a far better life. It’s reverse psychology,” Toya tweeted. See her tweets below: