My existing summary is here: http://canadianliberty.com/defend-rights-say-no/. Please use the information and share freely. Below is another attempt with more information. I am just going to keep adding to this and editing it until I feel it is complete.
The WHO Director-General, who was a top cabinet minister in Ethiopia’s human-rights-abusing government, praised the dictatorship of China’s and recommended these extremist measures for the rest of the world:
“The Chinese government is to be congratulated for the extraordinary measures it has taken to contain the outbreak, despite the severe social and economic impact those measures are having on the Chinese people,” said World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus . . .
China’s Draconian Lockdown Is Getting Credit for Slowing Coronavirus. Would It Work Anywhere Else? Time.com | March 13, 2020
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From http://canadianliberty.com/credibility-and-human-rights-implications-of-covid-19-policies-who-director-general-and-ethiopia-gates-foundation-vaccine-history/ and http://canadianliberty.com/covid-19-part-2-who-wants-governments-to-send-medical-workers-into-homes-and-remove-family-members/
Dr. Michael Ryan, the Executive Director of WHO’s Health Emergencies Program, during a WHO press conference on March 30, 2020, called for going door to door during the COVID-19 lock-down to “look in families to find those people who may be sick and remove them and isolate them . . .” See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2v3vlw14NbM at WHO YouTube channel. The question starts at 46 minutes 20 seconds and his answer concludes at 50m 50s. Ryan has worked with the Gates Foundation (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_J._Ryan_(doctor),
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The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has been a major contributor to the World Health Organization. For the 2016-2017 budget, the top two contributors were the USA and the Gates Foundation. The Gates Foundation has also been a steady contributor to the CDC Foundation
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Established by Congress as an independent, nonprofit organization, the CDC Foundation is the sole entity authorized by Congress to mobilize philanthropic partners and private-sector resources to support CDC’s critical health protection mission.
A.1 On March 23, 2020, the Canadian federal government announced a threat to enforce “social distancing” guidelines (https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/trudeau-covid19-premiers-address-1.5506473) which had been implemented, along with other countries, as a response to the declared COVID-19 (novel Coronavirus) pandemic.
A.2 Also on March 23, 2020, the Ontario provincial government (as with many other jurisdictions worldwide) announced the shut-down of all “non-essential” businesses (https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada/covid-19-ontario-to-close-all-non-essential-businesses-three-new-cases-in-ottawa/ar-BB11Amza).
“Speaking in Toronto, [Premier Doug Ford] said only grocery stores, pharmacies, takeout and delivery restaurants, essential manufacturing industries and supply chain suppliers — as well as the province’s liquor stores — will be allowed to remain open. . . . ”
A.3 This definition of “non-essential” is an arbitrary dictatorial pronouncement. Most people depend on the income from their job or business to pay for the basic needs of their household, and their job depends on someone’s business staying open. Their job or business is essential to them. Their work is essential, contrary to these pronouncements.
A.4 Shutting down the economic and day-to-day activities of Canadians in this way is destructive. This is economic sabotage (contrary to the Canadian Criminal Code). Small and medium-sized businesses are more likely to be destroyed and therefore this amounts to a transfer of wealth when at some point the assets of these businesses are sold off. What will happen to our ability to pay our bills, to keep our homes, to feed ourselves, to pay for prescription medicines and look after our family members adequately after weeks or months? The logical result of that is much worse than anything this virus is doing.
A.5 Look at the official statistics for this virus (https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection.html). As of March 24, this page indicated that there were 1,959 confirmed “cases” (allegedly) of COVID-19 in Canada and 27 deaths (due to COVID-19 allegedly). Of that total, there were 588 “cases” and 8 deaths (allegedly due to COVID-19) in the province of Ontario. The domestic response to this virus as of March 23 was therefore out of proportion to its impact by comparison to other causes of death in Canada.
A.6 As of May 24, 2020, the total number of “cases” in Canada is 84,699 (25,500 in Ontario) and the total number of deaths (“related to COVID-19” – that’s the exact wording used) are 6,424. (https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection.html). All of these deaths are counted from March 8 (the first death in Canada). As of May 24, in Ontario, the number of deaths “related to COVID-19” is 2,073. For Quebec, it is 3,984 deaths. For British Columbia, 157. For Alberta, 135. For Nova Scotia, 58. Saskatchewan 7. Manitoba 7. Newfoundland 3. New Brunswick 0. Prince Edward Island 0. Yukon 0. Northwest Territories 0. Nunavut 0. I note that there is something very different going on when comparing Ontario/Quebec with British Columbia and Alberta. And then the other provinces and territories only count between 0 and 7 deaths. The number of deaths “related to COVID-19” between March 8 and May 24 in Canada is 6,424. The total number of days is 24+30+23=77 days. So the number of deaths “related to COVID-19” is 6,424/77 = 83 per day.
A.7 Another figure as of May 24: “total number of “patients” tested in Canada: 1,459,212 Total positive: 78,932 Total negative: 1,379,711. From this, it seems that 5.4% of Canadians would test positive (whether or not the tests are accurate). The total number of “cases” in Canada is 84,699 as of May 24. Note that the number of “cases” is higher than the number who tested positive, so “cases” are not all determined by a test. Note there is an explanation on this page that apparently the “cases” are people who reported symptoms:
Commonly reported symptoms among reported cases include cough (73%), headaches (55%) and weakness (53%).
Based on case reports received to date, 4,519 cases have been hospitalized, including 991 in intensive care
A.8 Looking at this chart on May 24: https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/2f1a13ca0b29422f9b34660f0b705043/, the graph for New Reported Deaths in Canda seemed to peak at May 1 with 207 deaths reported on that day and then it has been dropping since then. On May 23, there were 105 new deaths in Canada reported. I just want to document the picture they are presenting as of this date (May 24).
A.9 Overall, it really doesn’t seem out of line or very different from what happens every year with flu season (ending in May) with the most vulnerable patients being hit the hardest year after year for whatever reason, especially if we consider the possibility that causes of death have been conflated with the detected presence of COVID-19.
A.10 Taking 2008 as an example, according to the Public Health Agency of Canada (https://www.canada.ca/content/dam/phac-aspc/migration/phac-aspc/publicat/lcd-pcd97/pdf/lcd-pcd-t1-eng.pdf):
For all ages, total deaths: 238,612 from all causes. These included 71,948 from cancer, 69,945 deaths from circulatory system diseases, 20,728 deaths from respiratory system diseases, 12,018 deaths from nervous system diseases, 11,535 deaths from mental disorders, 10,234 deaths from unintentional injuries, 10,053 deaths from endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases, 9,769 deaths from digestive system diseases, 5,289 deaths from genitourinary diseases, 4,704 deaths from infectious & parasitic diseases.
Deaths from suicide in 2017 is 11.7 per 100,000 (https://www.statista.com/statistics/434539/death-rate-for-suicide-in-canada/). Based on the population being 35,151,728 in 2016 (https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/pub/12-581-x/2017000/pop-eng.htm), that means there were about 4,100 suicides in 2017.
The death rate for meningitis is about 0.2 per 100,000 which calculates out to about 70 deaths total in 2017 (https://www.statista.com/statistics/434424/death-rate-for-meningitis-in-canada/).
The death rate for “influenze and pneumonia” (these are combined) in 2017 was 20 deaths per 100,000 (https://www.statista.com/statistics/434445/death-rate-for-influenza-and-pneumonia-in-canada/) which comes out to a total of over 7000 deaths.
“Cancer remains the leading cause of death in Canada. Nearly 1 in 2 Canadians will develop cancer in their lifetime and about 1 in 4 will die from cancer.
“In 2019, an estimated 220 400 Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer and 82 100 will die from cancer.”
Think of all the Canadians who are dying from cancer while the government and media and corporations focus on coronavirus.
Considering these death statistics, consider the effects of inadequate or zero income on nutrition and medical treatment. What are the psychological effects of social distancing on personal happiness and on reproductive fertility? What effect is there going to be on suicide rates? What level of emotional distress is caused by the fear of the virus, the lack of income and the feelings of helplessness that are likely to result? What happens when people can’t afford gas or car maintenance?
Lets take a look at the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/Const/page-15.html What constitutional authority allows governments to shut down our economic means of survival – our ability to pay for housing and food so that we can live? Are these policies constitutional? These principles are legal facts. These are also morally and philosophically justified realities which many people are being led into a denial of through weak, one-sided arguments:
The Charter refers to a “guarantee of rights and freedoms.” Note the word “guarantee.”
“Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms:
“(a) freedom of conscience and religion;
“(b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication;
“(c) freedom of peaceful assembly; and
“(d) freedom of association.”
With “social distancing” and “self-isolating” measures, the government, major corporations and their media organizations are interfering with “freedom of peaceful assembly,” and “freedom of association” – and also with freedom of religion.
With their censorship efforts against alternative views, they are interfering with “freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication”.
Quoting from the “Mobility Rights” section of the Charter:
“(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.”
Note that the Charter guarantees the right to mobility, whether you agree with all of that or not. But, in spite of this, the government wants everyone–symptoms or not–to stay in their homes. But this has never been done before.
Note that the Charter guarantees the right to pursue the gaining of a livelihood in any province and yet the Premier of Ontario has shut down many businesses, and the Canadian Prime Minister tells people to stay home–never mind their economic needs.
Is the seriousness of this virus enough to justify a violation of these fundamental freedoms and these economic and mobility rights?
In fact, how many people are going to die or become seriously ill because they and their family members are not mobile and not able to act independently in their own economic interest?
And I also want to quote these reminders from the “Legal Rights” section as a response to whatever other policies are being considered:
“7. Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice.”
“8. Everyone has the right to be secure against unreasonable search or seizure.”
“9. Everyone has the right not to be arbitrarily detained or imprisoned.”
And that is just a few of a long list of very relevant and important legal rights.
Note that number 7 refers to the right to “security of the person.” In my opinion, this implies that a person has a right to be in charge of their life–to live securely enough without fear so that they are able to provide for themselves (and their families) and survive economically.
Most of us have to deal with serious problems in our lives (other than this virus) that require our ability to exercise a free conscience as to what is our highest priority day by day. Drowning out our ability to think straight and act freely by subverting our priorities to an anxiety-creating, monomaniacal and exaggerated message–which also threatens our freedoms and our economic well-being–is not a morally legitimate activity by governments, corporations and media.
Part 1: On the topic of the numbers used to justify the economic shutdown and authoritarian measures
1. Contact tracing is unwanted surveillance. It is a violation of medical privacy and all privacy to do with our movements and It turns us into informants on friends, family and others. Nobody should comply with it. Everyone who understands this should learn what they can, uninstall related apps, switch off or disable their phones until this threat is pushed back.
2. The regime being offered to us–and is already here to some extent–is one in which we potentially can’t work or have an income unless we are sharing personal medical information. Even being scanned with a thermometer is a violation of personal medical privacy. All of this should be at all times a matter of personal choice.
3. The original predictions from Neil Ferguson at Imperial College in the United Kingdom concerning this virus were all wrong. This is where the social distancing and isolation measures were also originated. Since the number of deaths were exaggerated, there was no justification in these measures that nobody had ever carried out before. There was also no justification in shutting down the economy and there never was any justification in quarantining healthy people.
4. Censorship, along with other recommendations were part of the Event 201 pandemic exercise in 2019. Censorship along with other forms of authoritarianism is being justified now based on the current COVID-19 regime.
4B. Various studies have shown that the virus is widespread in the population–that the actual case numbers are much higher than portrayed daily in the media, which means that the fatality rate (number of deaths divided by number of cases) of the virus is much lower than portrayed.
4C. It is clear from much evidence that the number of deaths attributed to COVID-19 as a cause have been inflated. People are dying daily from various causes. The media created the impression of a single crisis, whereas day to day, the existing causes of death continue to dominate our lives, with cancer being the top cause. Those who are dealing with other illnesses are the most vulnerable to these types of infections, whether COVID-19 or flu.
4D. Anthony Fauci issued information (contradicting his public announcements) in the New England Journal of Medicine in March estimating a much lower fatality rate, comparable to what we normally expect with flu.
Part 2: Consequences of measures
4D. Economic shutdown. Unemployment. Devastating economic consequences.
4E. Hospitals were sitting half empty. Many patients who needed care were sent away. Important surgeries were delayed because of the false predictions–because of the false picture that was painted. The time and attention of medical workers was misdirected away from everyday personal crises towards this “phantom” as Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi called COVID-19.
Part 3: On the topic of alleged “vaccines”
5. The Gates Foundation funded a campaign to eradicate polio. As a result of this campaign, from 2000 to 2017, in India, there were estimated to be an additional 491,000 cases of children with non-polio acute flaccid paralysis caused by the vaccine.
In February 2017, the Indian government cut ties with the Gates Foundation and ended its control over the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization.
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Part 4: Conclusions
6. The story-telling about this virus was part of a campaign to sell us on medical surveillance and monitoring of every individual and mandatory “vaccinations.”
7. The types of measures being proposed as a “solution” to COVID-19 have historical precedence and the appearance of being introduced gradually in a planned and organized way.
8. It should be evident to many more people at this point that media technology has the power to be misused against the general population in order to convince us to adopt this new system of control and organizing society.
To be continued