Yesterday I asked the question, “Singapore Charges Unvaxxed for COVID Medical Care. Will Canada be Next?”
Today, as if on cue, Quebec Premier Francois Legault announced financial penalties for mere citizens who don’t want to take the experimental medical procedure known as the COVID vaccine. Legault refused to say what the financial penalty would be, saying only it would be “significant.”
So much for Canada’s vaunted “Universal Health Care”.
Now we’re limiting health care to those who cave to government coercion.
“I think right now it’s a question of fairness for the 90 per cent of the population who made some sacrifices,” Legault said. “I think we owe them this kind of measure.”
At one point Canada was a beacon of human rights for the world. Now we’re a dire warning of what happens when policy trumps science, when ego trumps common sense.
The right to be free of coerced medical treatment, to bodily autonomy is now crushed under the jackboot of Quebec’s premier, and you can bet your last dollar Prime Minister Blackface will use this as his rationale for extending this policy to the rest of Canada.
Our esteemed Charter of Rights and Freedoms lies in shreds at the feet of these duly elected tyrants.
Will any provincial premier stand up for the God-given rights of their citizens?
I guess we’ll find out that answer over the coming days.
One point I find “interesting” is that Horacio Arruda, Quebec’s public health director, resigned yesterday.
I think not.
I suspect this is a man who disagreed so vehemently with his boss that his only option was to resign in protest, without actually saying so in his resignation letter.
Am I being too generous with Horacio Arruda’s motives?
But his resignation the day before this dictatorial, unethical and unconstitutional pronouncement says more to me than anything written in that letter.
It seems that timeless Chines curse is upon us.
“May you live in interesting times.”
My fervent prayer is that our society can survive them.
I’m less optimistic about that every single day.