Doug Ford sends police and threatens to remove children from parents that disobey the lockdown order

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.

Justin Trudeau following in the footsteps of Fidel Castro and implementing strict gun controls

Justin Trudeau has banned law abiding Canadians from owning 1,500 makes and models of guns. Majority of gun crime in Canada is committed by gangs — banning legal guns will do nothing to reduce crime. Governments that ban ownership of guns usually do so in order to oppress its citizens.

Fidel Castro took power in 1959, gun confiscation slowly commenced. The Castro government started by targeting rival revolutionary groups, who fought the Batista government but were not Communist affiliates. Then, the Castro government broadened the definition of “rival revolutionaries” to disarm more of the populace.

Woman sexually assaulted at Trudeau quarantine facility

A man has been charged with sexual assault after an incident last week in Montreal at one of Justin Trudeau’s COVID-19 quarantine facilities.

The woman alleging the assault told CTV News that the man came into her room, refused to leave, partially undressed and touched her against her will, only leaving when she threatened to scream.

Robert Shakory faces one count of sexual assault, one count of breaking and entering, and one count of criminal harassment

Migrants get to stay free at quarantine hotels while Canadians are forced to pay $2000

Migrant workers arriving in Canada won’t be required to pay the $2000 fine to stay at quarantine hotels, while returning Canadian travellers will have to.

The Justice Centre has announced it will file legal action against the Federal Government on or before Wednesday, February 17, in response to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau declaring to media that Canadians returning from travel will continue to be forcibly confined in hotels at a cost of $2,000 per traveller.

Under section 6 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. (1) Every citizen of Canada has the right to enter, remain in and leave Canada. (2) Every citizen of Canada and every person who has the status of a permanent resident of Canada has the right: a) to move to and take up residence in any province; and b) to pursue the gaining of a livelihood in any province.

Canadians in quarantine camps only allowed to go outside for 15 minutes per day, while criminals in prisons are allowed four hours outside

Travelers to Canada forced to stay in secretive quarantine camps lack food and medical treatment while being allowed outside for only 15 minutes per day, which is less than the UN recommends for prisoners.

Inmates at Canadian prisons are allowed a minimum of four hours outside.

All travellers 5 years of age or older who arrive in Canada by air, must also provide proof of a negative COVID-19 molecular test. Those who do not provide proof, may be required to go to a designated quarantine facility or other suitable place as determined by the Quarantine Officer.

Over 5,000 people have already been detained in the forced quarantine facilities. Canada’s Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF) is planning to sue over the new quarantine rules, which the group says “aligns with the practices of repressive and undemocratic regimes.”

Governments tell us lockdowns are needed to save lives yet they spend millions to kill unborn babies

Governments across Canada have implemented harsh lockdowns, claiming they are needed to save lives from COVID-19, yet they spend millions to kill unborn babies. Approximately 100,000 abortions are performed each year, funded by Health Canada — costing approximately $80 million per year. Are the COVID-19 restrictions really about saving lives or is it about authoritarian control?

Doug Ford using police resources to go after children tobogganing while gun crime is out of control

Gang related gun crime is a major problem in Ontario. Unfortunately Doug Ford is using police resources to go after children tobogganing — formal warnings and trespassing tickets have been issued. Under the province’s Emergency Act it limits outdoor organized public gatherings and social gatherings to five people with limited exceptions. With ski hills and other businesses deemed non-essential now forcibly shut down, the holidays in full lockdown meant citizens, especially those with young children, were trying to get out of the house as much as possible within the extensive restrictions we are now living under.

Meanwhile gun crime is through the roof. Data from the Toronto Police Service show a total of 460 shootings with 177 people injured and 39 people dead in 2020.

Lockdowns destroying Canada’s economy — 213,000 jobs lost in January

The unconstitutional lockdowns imposed by tyrannical politicians across Canada is destroying the economy — 213,000 jobs were lost in January.

Statistics Canada says the economy lost 213,000 jobs in in January as employment fell to the lowest level since August last year, wiping out the gains made in the fall. The unemployment rate rose 0.6 percentage points to 9.4 per cent, the highest rate since August. http://Check out this story from CityNews:

The cost of lockdowns in Canada is at least 10 times higher than the benefit in terms of population health and well-being, he estimates, at least if you account for numerous variables such as economic recession, social isolation and impacts on life expectancy, education and the full gamut of health-care priorities.

85 year old senior fined by Ford Government for going to church — meanwhile Costco is packed with shoppers

Martha Oppel survived Hitler’s Nazis and Stalin’s communists without a police officer knocking on her door. Then along came the COVID-19 pandemic 75 years later. At 85, Oppel is in trouble with the law for attending church. The Ford Government sent Aylmer’s police with an $880 ticket for being inside a Sunday service led by Pastor Henry Hildebrandt, memories from the past flooded her mind.

Meanwhile big box stores are jam-packed; in Burlington, Ontario, the line to get into Costco stretched around the block.

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