They’re vaccinating for monkeypox, phasing out free speech online, starving wayward doctors, and planning to impound the people’s guns (while making opiates, cocaine and MDMA readily available)
Back when I was on the left—or, rather, way back when there was left throughout the West—Canada was notable for offering asylum to Americans who didn’t want to serve in Vietnam.
That, of course, was only one side of the story. The other side was concerned that government’s prior (and more covert) acceptance of a lot of Nazi war criminals, who were brought there in considerable numbers (just as they were quietly brought into the US).
That part of the story is more relevant today, as Canada veers into the same bio-fascist order that also comprises Australia and New Zealand—and China: a disorienting merger of the British commonwealth and CCP, within which (one might call it) New World Order it will be ever harder to discern the difference between Shanghai, Sydney, Wellington and (if this northern trend continues) Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal.
Vaccination for monkeypox has started in Quebec (but just enough to “stop the spread”):
Vaccination For Monkeypox Begins In Canada
May 26, 2022
Canada’s broadcasting regulator eases online censorship:
Canada’s broadcasting regulator confirms proposed online censorship bill will apply to user-generated content
- By Tom Parker June 1, 2022
During a hearing on Canada’s attempt to regulate what users can say on the internet, Bill C-11 (The Online Streaming Act), the head of Canada’s broadcasting and telecommunications regulator again confirmed that the far-reaching regulations will apply to user-generated content.
Ever since the bill was announced, critics have been warning that it empowers the Canadian government to censor the content users post to social media platforms by forcing these platforms to abide by content rules set by Canada’s broadcasting and telecommunications regulator – the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC).
These fears were confirmed by CRTC Chairman Ian Scott earlier this month when he acknowledged that Bill C-11 would apply to user-generated content. And in an appearance at Tuesday’s Canadian Heritage committee hearing, Scott reaffirmed that Bill C-11 allows the CRTC to regulate “user uploaded content.”
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Canadian doctors who don’t toe the line on masks, “vaccines” and ivermectin/HCQ will lose their licenses:
They’ve officially forbidden the practice of medicine in Ontario, Canada
Any doctor in Ontario, Canada who doesn’t toe the line will have their license revoked. Masks work, vaccines are safe, and ivermectin and HCQ don’t work. We’re next.