News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda – The Bermuda Freedom Alliance is a large group of individuals of like-mind, from a cross-section of communities within Bermuda.
Our current mission is to exercise and expose the constitutional and inalienable rights allowed to all citizens of Bermuda, for the protection of our choices, expressions, and way of life. We welcome people from all walks of life and do not discriminate in any way, shape, nor form.
Currently, we address the upcoming regulation changes for individuals returning to the island who are not ”vaccinated” and who do not support the Government’s decision to impose Mandatory Quarantine at a Government-Supervised facility.
On Sunday, May 16, 2021, between 12pm and 5pm, members of the Bermuda Freedom Alliance will host a rally to demonstrate the stance of the citizens of Bermuda against the harsh regulations imposed upon returning residents to the island – as of June 6, 2021. Our concerns are the indirect methods used by the current Government, to coerce all nationals into becoming a part of an experimental trial, using a substance, “vaccine”, that has not [to date] been appropriately tested. We are reminded during each press conference that the decision to take this shot is a personal choice; however, we feel the Government contradicts the option given with arbitrary and tyrannical restrictions demanded of those who do not support or comply with its request.
We would like to request that ALL BERMUDIANS be treated equally and fairly, inclusive of those who choose not to receive this injection and we strongly resist being punished with the radical methods indirectly used to enforce ‘The Jab’.
Although we appreciate the Government’s efforts to keep our borders safe, we simultaneously feel its actions and requests are too extreme and we seek an immediate rescindment of the upcoming ‘Mandatory Quarantine’ regulation changes on June 6, 2021.
We would like to encourage all concerned citizens and permanent residents to join us, in solidarity, for a cause that will affect all of our futures as a democracy, comprised of individuals able to think critically and, in turn, be capable of making the best decisions for our own bodies.
If you should have any questions prior to the rally and/or wish to confirm your attendance for the Q&A session between 11am and 11:30am (at Dellwood School Field, on Sunday, May 16).