As we take time today to pay respect to veterans who fought and died for their country, so we can have our freedoms; we must not forget the despotic politicians that have used the covid19 pandemic as an excuse to take those freedoms away.
Lockdowns, masks, vaccine passports, vaccine mandates — which have been imposed without any scientific evidence — has turned Canada into a nation resembling Communist China.
Politicians use the phrase “to keep you safe” as an excuse to implement harsh lockdowns and take take our freedoms away — this should have never been acceptable in a Democracy.
Our political leaders should hang their ends in shame this Remembrance Day.
Lest we forget.
Doug Ford is sending the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) to parks, threatening parents with young children playing together, that the Children’s Aid Society (CAS) could be contacted if they disobey the provincial lockdown order.
Kotzma was at the Havelock Community Centre park with her daughter on Sunday, April 18 with 11 other children and eight adults when two Peterborough County Doug Ford’s OPP officers attended the park and threatened to call CAS and have to children removed from the parents custody.
“Threatening to call CAS because of neglect is little over the top,” says Tiffany Kotzma.
On Friday, April 16, the Ford government announced unconstitutional COVID-19 measures, including prohibiting all outdoor social gatherings and organized public events, except for with members of the same household or one other person from outside that household who lives alone.
The unconstitutional lockdowns imposed by governments across Canada have created a mental health crisis. Now the Trudeau government has made it easier to kill yourself with the passage of Bill C -7, which allows medically assisted suicide for those with a mental illness.
Berber, a psychiatrist, points to one example of an older patient whose despair led him to request medically assisted dying despite suffering from no serious health challenges. Berber refers to that case as “the canary in the coal mine” and “a predictor of things to come.”
Canada’s Medical Aid in Dying (MAID) Annual Report found that 13.7 percent of the 5,631 Canadians killed by doctors asked to be lethally injected because of isolation or loneliness.
A report released by Statistics Canada shows that since the fall of 2020 there have been higher excess deaths as a result of the negative impact of lockdowns than from COVID-19. These deaths are affecting younger populations, suggesting that other factors, including possible indirect impacts of the lockdowns are now at play, including delayed medical treatments, cancelled diagnosis, suicides, and increased substance use.
The unconstitutional lockdowns have wreaked havoc on Canadians suffering from mental illness, opioid addiction and other substance abuse problems, says a study released by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) which confirms anecdotal reports warning that the lockdown health consequences extend well beyond COVID-19.
During the fall of 2020, younger people became more heavily affected by excess deaths, as 35% of these deaths involved individuals under the age of 65, up from 14% in the spring.
The number of deaths was 24% higher than expected for men aged under 45, followed by women aged 45 to 64, who recorded 14% more deaths than expected. By comparison, there were 6% more deaths than expected among those aged 85 and older during the fall period.
As these shifts imply an increase in deaths not directly caused by COVID-19, it is important to note that some deaths may be due to the indirect consequences of the lockdown, which could include increases in mortality due to overdoses.
People are outraged after learning that Leftist Niagara Region councillors are lobbying for migrant workers to be identified as a priority group for receiving COVID-19 vaccinations ahead of Canadian citizens. Niagara region has many farms that use migrant workers to fill their labour needs. Seniors citizens are at a higher risk of developing negative health effects from COVID-19 and should be prioritized over Migrant workers for vaccinations.
With millions of Canadians unemployed, due to the pandemic, the Trudeau Government has committed to raising immigration levels 117% to 401,000 in 2021, the highest rate in Canadian history. Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino said yesterday. This year’s quota eclipses the previous record of 400,900 immigrants set in 1913: “Those who possess the skills and experience will accelerate our economic recovery.”
CDC has reported that over 76 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines were administered in the United States from December 14, 2020, through March 1, 2021. During this time, VAERS received 1,381 reports of death (0.0018%) among people who received a COVID-19 vaccine.
The Premier of Ontario Doug Ford, who is morbidly obese, closed gyms and banned sports while promoting unhealthy eating at McDonald’s. About 78% of people who have been hospitalized, needed a ventilator or died from Covid-19 have been overweight or obese, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a new study Monday. Exercise and healthy eating is vital in keeping a strong immune system to fight off viruses. Politicians, like Doug Ford, should stop encouraging unhealthy eating and instead promote physical activity.
With millions of Canadians unemployed due to the pandemic, the Trudeau Government still allowed 322,815 foreign workers into Canada in 2020.
Allowing foreign workers to do lower-skilled, entry-level jobs harms students, new grads and the unemployed. Wages are suppressed, which makes it less likely Canadian workers will want to move from high-jobless areas to lower-unemployment regions.
The unconstitutional lockdowns imposed by the Trudeau Government has prompted some recent immigrants to leave Canada and return to their countries of origin, where there is more freedom.
The number of permanent residents who have been in Canada for less than five years declined by four per cent to 1,019,000 by the end of 2020 from 1,060,000 the year before, according to an analysis of Statistics Canada’s labour force survey that measures the number of workers between 15 and 65 years old by their immigration status.
The data shows that the number of permanent residents who have been in Canada for five to 10 years also dropped from 1,170,000 in 2019 to 1,146,000 in 2020.