Donna Bugat -v- State of Victoria Case 352: There are no legal, political, religious or health grounds to oppose my adopted person led reform with the freedom of my universal injunction to stop my international ‘adoption’ (25.10.2020)

 

 

... my name is donna...

 

 

 

The facts of my case that originated in the State of Victoria, highlight my universal injunction to stop my international ‘adoption’ is a legal reality.

 

I have never given my informed consent as a child or adult to my ‘adoption’, so there are no legal, political, religious or health grounds to oppose my adopted person led reform with my universal injunction to stop my international ‘adoption’.

 

There are no legal, political, religious or health grounds to arbitrarily dispense with all informed consent from adopted children and adults.

 

All courts and health professionals et al are legally obliged to recognise the universal legal rights of the global multicultural world of adopted people, rather than adopted people being forced to accept whatever is imposed on us by anyone, anywhere.

 

The legal reality is everyone is entitled to and has a legal responsibility to live within the peace and harmony of the due process of the rule of law.

 

All courts are obviously legally obliged to recognise an injunction from an adopted person to stop an adoption is a legal option that in both fact and law is open to all adopted children and adults, anywhere, because there are no legal, political, religious or health grounds to treat adopted children or adults differently, including compared to other ‘family law’ cases involving children or adults who are not adopted.

 

The legal consequence arising from my injunction to stop my adoption, because there are no legal criminal, civil or other sanctions that can be imposed on me for refusing to give my informed consent for my adoption to continue (ie: no legal proceedings in any court could be brought against me) is that the political classes, along with all health professionals et al who have never had any legal grounds to exclude injunctions from adopted people so we can stop our adoptions, are legally obliged to explicitly recognise that injunctions from adopted people to stop our adoptions are a legal option and reality in the here and now, so it is any legislation and treaties etc that must instead be amended accordingly.