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Foundation of the Association

As of 8th September 2021, a group of the Slovak lawyers – attorneys, being bound with a common goal – adherence to the principles of the rule of law and protection of the fundamental human rights and freedoms in Slovakia during an intentionally generated pressure within the society in a period of so-called “pandemic” related to spread of the virus Covid-19, we decided to establish for a more effective fulfilment of our goal the association of individuals „For Sane and Just Society“.

The Association is a legal entity established in the Slovak Republic under the Act No.83/1990 Coll. about the Association of Individuals. In accordance with the Articles of the Association, its goal is the protection of the fundamental human rights and freedoms. The Association shall evolve all its activities in compliance with the laws, moral and ethical principles, to comply with the goals of the Association.

Current activities of the members of the Association

From a declaration of the „ COVID-19 pandemic “ in the spring of 2020, after announcement of the state of emergency (which was unprecedentedly extended without a proper justification), we, alongside with publication of our expert opinions, public notices and open letters, individually in a form of various administrative, civil and penal fillings, have exposed the Slovak judicial system (in compliance with the outcomes of the Venice Commission) – including the fillings to the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic – to a test of availability of effective judicial protection of individual and existence of effective remedies against the executive power´s decisions and proceedings being in a breach with the fundamental human rights and freedoms. After negative results with the national institutions, we followed with actions taken with the same aim – to reach effective protection and remedies – towards the institutions being created for such purposes on the international level after WWII atrocities.

As of 12th April 2021, we filed a complaint in the matter of committed crimes against humanity and war crimes at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, with various substantive evidence supporting the claims regarding COVID-19 mass-testing. Later, on the 7th July 2021, we filed the additional complaint regarding introduction, distribution and usage of experimental “COVID-19 vaccine” products. At the same time, we have been actively building links with lawyers and researchers around the world having similar concerns about substantive abuse of the fundamental human rights and freedoms, as well as basic principles of the rule of law in their respective countries. Subsequently, on 12th August 2021, we together with the lawyers from the United Kingdom, France and the Czech Republic have filed a joint complaint to the ICC regarding the commitment of genocide on mankind by use of the biological weapons – lab developed virus (with its mutations) and experimental so-called “COVID-19 vaccines”. As of 20th September 2021, our joint international filing has been supported in their open letter by the holocaust victims that survived genocide of the concentration camps, where various medical experiments had been performed on the imprisoned individuals. 

Within the frameworks of the European Court on Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg, we individually filed various applications in cases of Slovak citizens and legal entities. Many of them being already registered by the ECHR. In the same time, due to its importance, from October 2021 we have actively joined the case of French firefighters, which are refusing a mandatory vaccination (still in experimental phase) against COVID-19 disease, having potential of an important precedent. Vis-à-vis our full identification with their claims that the order to mandatory vaccination with the vaccine in the testing phase contravene with their rights protected under the European Convention on Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. We are providing not only the expert consultancy, but via the Association we also requested the opportunity to intervene in this case as a third party, where in addition to the human rights related arguments we would like to refer to the major scientific studies and expert opinions from the medical and scientific community, on which our legal findings are based on.

Invitation for financial help and support

The Association has been registered on 17th December 2021 by the Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic (after multiple reminders and a lapse of statutory periods, probably not as a coincidence two days after expiration of term for registration to receive 2% of taxes). Whereas our efforts are extremely time consuming (from the professional and organisational side), we would like to invite you to financially help and support our Association with any amounts to be transferred:

IBAN: SK06 8330 0000 0020 0210 2683 (EUR)

IBAN: SK93 8330 0000 0027 0210 2684 (CHF)

The Association shall use all donations in compliance with its above-mentioned goals. Thank you.

The founding members of the Association are 

JUDr. Erik Schmidt LL.M. MA

JUDr. Erik Schmidt LL.M. MA

JUDr. Peter Weis

JUDr. Peter Weis

JUDr. Marica Pirošíková

JUDr. Marica Pirošíková

Ivánska cesta 16604/30/B, 82104 Bratislava, IČO: 54161428, zapísaná v Registri obč.združení pod ID 233926