Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Calls The Unvaccinated "Misogynistic & Racist" Extremists
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently labelled the unvaccinated as anti-scientific "misogynistic and racist" extremists. He did so on a Quebec television station and even questioned whether or not the rest of Canada needs to "tolerate" the unvaccinated. What does this mean? That one day those who are unvaccinated won't have access to any services, like social services or even be able to have a bank account? How hard do governments plan on making life for the unvaccinated? Citizens in other countries are already experiencing this type of treatment, you can read about multiple examples here.
On the program, Trudeau stated the following,
For those of you who cannot access the video, this is what was said on the program via another translation,
"We all know people who are deciding whether or not they are willing to get vaccinated, and we will do our very best to try to convince them. However, there is still a part of the population (that) is fiercely against it."
"They don’t believe in science/progress and are very often misogynistic and racist. It’s a very small group of people, but that doesn’t shy away from the fact that they take up some space."
"This leads us, as a leader and as a country, to make a choice: Do we tolerate these people? Over 80% of the population of Quebec have done their duty by getting the shot. They are obviously not the issue in this situation"
What type of reasoning is being used to label the unvaccinated as racist and misogynistic? This clearly has no basis in fact, and simply continues what seems to be a coordinated political campaign to demonize the unvaccinated. This has all the sentiments of a false flag type of operation. A false flag operation is an act committed with the intent of disguising the actual source of responsibility and pinning blame on another party.
"Leaders" like Trudeau have been doing this for two years now. Politicians in multiple countries have stated that COVID is a "pandemic of the unvaccinated."
We now know this isn't true. Throughout the pandemic, the most vaccinated regions and countries on the planet have experienced exponential COVID outbreaks. Both infected unvaccinated and vaccinated people can carry the same viral load and transmit the virus to others just as easily.
Dr. Madhava Setty, a writer here at The Pulse wrote an article in September about the unvaccinated being labelled as "terrorists" one day. In it he explains,
Today we are faced with a polarizing event, the SARS-COV2 pandemic. The solution, an experimental vaccine that has been pushed through the FDA approval process at a dizzying clip, seems to be readily accepted by most people. However the dissenters are a formidable minority. Forty to forty-five percent of Americans have declined the vaccination. They are facing growing pressure to comply. Vaccination status is rapidly becoming the deciding factor when our authorities dictate who can travel, who can attend educational institutions and who can remain employed. It doesn’t seem to be working for a number of reasons: data that demonstrates waning efficacy of the vaccine, the unprecedented number of vaccine injuries and the general distrust of a government that has enormous conflicts of interest, to name a few.
"A Coming False Flag Targeting The Unvaccinated As Terrorists?" Dr. Madhava Setty
Recent data shows that in new COVID cases in a various US counties with differing vaccination levels, there is no discernible relationship between the percentage of population fully vaccinated and new COVID cases.
There are many examples, and it’s becoming a common occurrence. Of the top five countries that have the highest percentage of population fully vaccinated, the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identifies four of them as "high" transmission countries.
The territory or nation of Gibraltar has vaccinated 100 percent of their eligible citizens and is still experiencing exponential outbreaks. It's happening all over the world.
Perhaps more countries would do best to take the approach of the Japanese government. They are encouraging citizens not to discriminate in any way against those who are unvaccinated. There are also no restrictions on the unvaccinated in Japan. They simply used encouragement and freedom of choice.
The vaccine may provide protection from severe symptoms and even death for a few months, but given the extremely high survival rate for healthy people under the age of 65, many don't understand the "science" being used to justify vaccine mandates and passports. The number of serious vaccine injuries being reported around the world is also creating a lot of hesitancy.
Approximately 50 percent of vaccine injuries reported to VAERS in the last 30 years are all from COVID vaccines.
Unethical and immoral disclosures regarding COVID vaccine manufacturers along with mass censorship is also another point. The British Medical Journal (BMJ) uncovered that there was fraud committed during the Pfizer COVID vaccine clinical trials. The medical journal was accused of sharing false news by Facebook "fact checkers" and their story was censored on social media pages. The BMJ responded.
Pfizer is also in a lawsuit with a number of scientists, professors and doctors over trying to keep confidential Pfizer vaccine data "classified" until 2096. The documents that have been able to be obtained by court order have revealed that Pfizer was aware of more than 50,000 serious adverse reactions linked to their vaccine within the first three months of the rollout, with many of them being medically confirmed.
All these factors and more expose Trudeau's comments as false as far as his 'anti-science' sentiment goes. It's hard to fathom why he would even attempt to label someone like me, for example, as a racist misogynist.
An alliance (Canadian Covid Care Alliance) of more than 500 independent Canadian doctors, professors, scientists and health care practitioners recently released a very informative PDF showing that COVID vaccines may cause more illness than they prevent. Their list of representatives include PhDs in Immunogenetics, Immunology, Molecular Virology, Viral Immunology, Pharmacology, Biomedical Research, Biochemistry, Bioanalytics, practicing family doctors, MDs and more.
Dr. Steven Pelech has been a professor of immunology and neurology at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Canada for 33 years. He is one of the founding members of the Biomedical Research Center at UBC and is also one of the founding members of the Canadian Covid Care Alliance.
Justin Trudeau is saying that thousands of Canadians with this type of background are racist, anti-science and misogynistic anti vaccine conspiracy theorists.
It just doesn't make any sense, does it? The campaign to demonize the unvaccinated is quite clear, and it's disheartening that some citizens would take on this sentiment and live it. Monkey see monkey do.
Why can't these politicians and mainstream media refrain from using ridicule and terms like "conspiracy theorist" and simply have an appropriate discussion around controversial topics? What's really going on here?