Eclectic group protest against COVID vaccine and use of masks
The Unity Group of South Africa led by Michael Southwood gathered in unison with numerous organisations at the King Dinizulu Park, Durban to march through the city center, to deliver a memorandum at the Durban High Court, in protest of the wearing of medical masks, that are worn for protection or as a barrier from COVID.
The Unity group led by Southwood ensures that international companies that export goods to South Africa comply with SABS and health regulations as well as encourage them to rather manufacture and assemble their products locally, in order to create employment opportunities and less capital outflow, eliminate poverty and to ensure that lower income households earn a sustainable income.
“The mask is useless it is another way of controlling people, everybody must stop wearing masks that is it! That is what we are saying as The Unity group, many people have been experiencing breathing problems as they’re breathing Carbon Monoxide when wearing masks. Cases have been reported of people suffering from cancer, disease caused by ethylene acid found in surgical masks. We are here encouraging people to stop wearing masks. You cannot stop a virus it is too small, it is actually a lie. Some of the masks have Graphene Oxide that destroy the immune system and weaken the body, people are urged not to wear masks,” said Southwood.
Among the groups gathered were the People’s Revolution Movement (PRM), the MKMVA and The Info Clinic, who were protesting against the COVID-19 vaccine, they expressed that the manner in which government was encouraging the public to take the vaccine, was troublesome, forceful and infringed on the individuals basic human right.
He continued to encourage the masses gathered in the march to do away with their masks. In response to this ,in a symbolic move march participants started a fire, using sanitiser as flammant and proceeded to toss their masks into the small fire, burning their masks to ashes, chanting ,” Covid-19 is now over and the time has come to act!”
A pastor from Interfaith Mission, Matthews Dumakude said they as a church felt that the government was oppressing the nations freedom of movement. People were being restricted from gathering in religious gatherings because of restrictions implemented by the government.
“ We want people to have a say on what is going on in our country as they’re oppressed, people must worship God freely. As we know that churches are not super-spreaders of diseases including Covid-19, political parties are campaigning freely and we are limited in numbers where we have to praise God. Covid-19 is on hold when the time for elections is about to take place, our God has power above Covid-19 and other diseases. God will never fail us as Christians, he had cured so many people who had Covid-19 without being admitted to hospitals, our God is very powerful,” explained Dumakude.
A registrar from Durban High Court, Siyanda Dlamini, received the memorandum on behalf of Judge President Chiman Patel, in which they were given 21 days to respond by People’s Revolution Movement (PRM) leader Nhlanhla Mthembu.