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Canadian Government To Implement Medical Tyranny

June 27, 2009

Femacamper (Guest Writer)
PrisonPlanet.com
Friday, June 26, 2009

I thought we had seen it all when the World Health Organization declared Swine Flu a level 6 pandemic. Apparently it’s just the beginning. In spite of the mounting resistance against forced vaccination, the Canadians have planned to trump that and just start rolling out the vaccines.

The Canadian Press reports “Canada’s chief public health officer says the decision of whether to vaccinate Canadians against swine flu has been all but decided.” They expect to start first trials with Canada’s younger and native populations first.

The whole swine flu pandemic reeks of mishandling, and conspiracy to profiteer over fear-mongering. Ron Paul mentioned how government would use it as an excuse to set up more regulations and spend more money. It could even be used to get the go-ahead for martial law. As has been demonstrated by scientific authorities, army intelligence, political scientists and investigate journalists, the swine flu is a military lab-engineered concoction designed to solidify the framework for what we are now seeing– medical tyranny.

Every free human being is sovereign, and should have the universal right to control over what goes into their bodies and bloodstream. Vaccines have been shown to be deleterious to the health of the individual taking them, and have little or no benefit in preventing oneself from getting the illness they are designed to stave off. In fact, as seen in cases in Nigeria and China it’s quite possible to actually contract the infection from the vaccine itself. Every flu season, numerous outbreaks occur, and each mutation and variation is not effected by the old vaccine. Added to that fact is the reality that mercury, biological contaminants and other pollutants are routinely used as ingredients in vaccines (this grim subject has even been parodied in the Canadian media):

 
 

Yet now the Canadian government has determined what’s best for its citizens without consulting them. Ignoring tried and true methods, they’ve embraced the medical industrial complex – big pharma – in a nefarious alliance. Canada is a prime example of a nanny state gone bad. Canadian health care is a socialist system with welfare bums and countless recipients on social assistance for some real, and some very imagined medical problems conjured up by a system that bolsters up hypochondria.

What will be next? If I, a Canadian citizen, refuse my injection, what will they do? Will they force me to take it at gunpoint? Will I be denied my basic human rights? Or perhaps I will be added to a terrorist database for not complying?

I notice the media is already putting spin on this news release the moment it was released. For example, read the editorial comment at the bottom of this article:

“This does NOT, I repeat, this does NOT necessarily mean that vaccinations will be mandatory or forced. Although they might trick you into believing so, but you can always print out the ten points of the Nuremberg Code and make them sign a document in which you state that you do not want to be vaccinated, and if they do vaccinate you, they will be personally liable for any and all consequences; this is, in case you don’t want any vaccines. But if you do want a few jabs, go right ahead.”

So, how does the Canadian government intend to immunize the “entire population” of Canada on a voluntary basis? Certainly, a large percentage of citizens would say no. But in the event of a real (or as in this case, conjured up) pandemic, there would have to be forced vaccinations to implement total immunization. This does not leave the Public Health of Canada in a good light.

This decision by the Canadian federal authorities is outrageous, and needs to be confronted by grass-roots efforts. All citizens in their local municipalities need to confront politicians and attend town hall meetings on the issue of vaccination. Not to forget other controversial issues too, like fluoridation, chlorination, and other approved contaminants in our drinking water.

Certainly the United States and other nations will follow through with similar programs since the WHO has issued its declaration. Canada, stand up for your rights! It’s on your front door that chicken-necked tyrants are roosting, and you need to sweep the porch before these fowl lay their contaminated eggs near other roosts.

Canada Is A Police State

September 20, 2007

On 911, a group of people in Toronto made a sign demonstrating against false-flag terrorism. A bicycle cop pulled up beside them and asked them to protest on the other street. He said that they didn’t have a right to have the sign in public without a permit. Clearly, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms allows for that, under this section:

FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS

2. 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.

After they went across the street, they continued to be harassed by police officers and were told, “Canada is the most free country in the world.” That is a total lie and a great deception. Canadians are enslaved by the same oligopoly that has bought out America’s media and political representatives. Watch the video here to see how Canadians are slaves.

It Can’t Happen Here

August 31, 2007


Ron Paul Source: Ron Paul

December 20, 2004

In 2002 I asked my House colleagues a rhetorical question with regard to the onslaught of government growth in the post-September 11th era: Is America becoming a police state?

The question is no longer rhetorical. We are not yet living in a total police state, but it is fast approaching. The seeds of future tyranny have been sown, and many of our basic protections against government have been undermined. The atmosphere since 2001 has permitted Congress to create whole new departments and agencies that purport to make us safer- always at the expense of our liberty. But security and liberty go hand-in-hand. Members of Congress, like too many Americans, don’t understand that a society with no constraints on its government cannot be secure. History proves that societies crumble when their governments become more powerful than the people and private institutions.

Unfortunately, the new intelligence bill passed by Congress two weeks ago moves us closer to an encroaching police state by imposing the precursor to a full-fledged national ID card. Within two years, every American will need a “conforming” ID to deal with any federal agency– including TSA at the airport.

Undoubtedly many Americans and members of Congress don’t believe America is becoming a police state, which is reasonable enough. They associate the phrase with highly visible symbols of authoritarianism like military patrols, martial law, and summary executions. But we ought to be concerned that we have laid the foundation for tyranny by making the public more docile, more accustomed to government bullying, and more accepting of arbitrary authority- all in the name of security. Our love for liberty above all has been so diminished that we tolerate intrusions into our privacy that would have been abhorred just a few years ago. We tolerate inconveniences and infringements upon our liberties in a manner that reflects poorly on our great national character of rugged individualism. American history, at least in part, is a history of people who don’t like being told what to do. Yet we are increasingly empowering the federal government and its agents to run our lives.

Terror, fear, and crises like 9-11 are used to achieve complacency and obedience, especially when citizens are deluded into believing they are still a free people. The loss of liberty, we are assured, will be minimal, short-lived, and necessary. Many citizens believe that once the war on terror is over, restrictions on their liberties will be reversed. But this war is undeclared and open-ended, with no precise enemy and no expressly stated final goal. Terrorism will never be eradicated completely; does this mean future presidents will assert extraordinary war powers indefinitely?

Washington DC provides a vivid illustration of what our future might look like. Visitors to Capitol Hill encounter police barricades, metal detectors, paramilitary officers carrying fully automatic rifles, police dogs, ID checks, and vehicle stops. The people are totally disarmed; only the police and criminals have guns. Surveillance cameras are everywhere, monitoring street activity, subway travel, parks, and federal buildings. There’s not much evidence of an open society in Washington, DC, yet most folks do not complain– anything goes if it’s for government-provided safety and security.

After all, proponents argue, the government is doing all this to catch the bad guys. If you don’t have anything to hide, they ask, what are you so afraid of? The answer is that I’m afraid of losing the last vestiges of privacy that a free society should hold dear. I’m afraid of creating a society where the burden is on citizens to prove their innocence, rather than on government to prove wrongdoing. Most of all, I’m afraid of living in a society where a subservient populace surrenders its liberties to an all-powerful government.

It may be true that average Americans do not feel intimidated by the encroachment of the police state. Americans remain tolerant of what they see as mere nuisances because they have been deluded into believing total government supervision is necessary and helpful, and because they still enjoy a high level of material comfort. That tolerance may wane, however, as our standard of living falls due to spiraling debt, endless deficit spending at home and abroad, a declining fiat dollar, inflation, higher interest rates, and failing entitlement programs. At that point attitudes toward omnipotent government may change, but the trend toward authoritarianism will be difficult to reverse.

Those who believe a police state can’t happen here are poor students of history. Every government, democratic or not, is capable of tyranny. We must understand this if we hope to remain a free people.

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Aaron Russo & Ron Paul: Federal Reserve = Police State

August 28, 2007

Students protest, refusing to attend school until funding is met

August 23, 2007

These kids are great. True patriots, standing up for what is right.

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Take your masks off! These guys are cops!

August 22, 2007

While protestors were making a peaceful demonstration, Quebec provincial police dressed up in civilian clothing, backups, masks and carrying rocks ready to incite rioting. Thankfully, these peaceful protestors picked them out before the armed guard started killing people:

How did they know they were cops? They were all wearing the same Mountie boots as the other police standing there. Anyone else want to argue that the government is overstepping their boundaries?