If you live in Canada and want to meet your mother on her deathbed in Hong Kong, or London, or even Quebec city, you won’t be allowed to. Either you get jabbed or you would never see your mother again. Yes, this is what happens in Justin Trudeau-led Canada.
On August 13, 2021, the Canadian government announced that anyone who hadn’t been vaccinated against Covid would soon be barred from planes and trains. In many cases, Canadians were barred from leaving the country or even travelling within the provinces.
We all know, Trudeau loves to fall out of the box. So, he came up with a COVID vaccine mandate regarding restrictions on the movement of his countrymen, which is believed to be the strongest around the globe.
Jennifer Little, the director-general of COVID Recovery, the secretive government panel that crafted the mandate, called it “one of the strongest vaccination mandates for travellers in the world.”
But, don’t you think, a thing like this perfectly suits the public persona that Justin Trudeau has cultivated for himself? Pitching in draconian and sweeping policies like these is what he is known for.
But wait, even the Federal Court of Canada has lambasted Trudeau. Hello! Poor Canadians, you have been fooled. What if we say Trudeau’s Travel ban mandate was all political and had no scientific basis? Aren’t you dumbfounded? Well, this is what the Federal Court of Canada has indicated in its recent documents.
The recently released court documents—which capture the decision-making behind the travel mandate—indicate that, far from following the science, the prime minister and his Cabinet were focused on politics.
The court documents have lifted the shroud and cast a spotlight on the unscientific basis of the mandate. Among other things, the court documents indicate:
- No one in the COVID Recovery unit, including Jennifer Little, the director-general, had any formal education in epidemiology, medicine or public health.
- Little, who has an undergraduate degree in literature from the University of Toronto, testified that there were 20 people in the unit. When Presvelos asked her whether anyone in the unit had any professional experience in public health, she said there was one person, Monique St.-Laurent. According to St.-Laurent’s LinkedIn profile, she appears to be a civil servant who briefly worked for the Public Health Agency of Canada. St.-Laurent is not a doctor, Little said.
- Little suggested that a senior official in the prime minister’s Cabinet or possibly the prime minister himself had ordered COVID Recovery to impose the travel mandate.
The whole case came to light when two business owners in Canada filed a lawsuit against the government. Otherwise, the entire matter would have been under seal.
Make no mistake, the government lawyers had tried their best to shut down the case calling it a moot and making sure that the documents were never brought to light. But the two businessmen, Karl Harrison and Shaun Rickard fought tooth and nail to expose the truth behind the mandate.
Moreover, Trudeau’s vaccine mandate was for mere vote bank politics. The liberal poster boy, betting that his standing has been improved by his government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic while his main opponent has failed to gain traction with voters, called a snap election — presumably expecting that his Liberal party, which was in the minority in the House of Commons, would benefit from the announcement and be catapulted into the majority.
But hilariously, the Canadians voted him out. As it turned out, the Liberals failed to win a majority in the September 2021 election. In the meantime, roughly five million unvaccinated Canadians were barred from visiting loved ones, working or otherwise travelling.
Silly Trudeau wasn’t even able to achieve his ulterior motive behind imposing such a stringent mandate. But, to be clear, Canadians should take cognizance of the fact that Trudeau is willing to go to any lengths to pursue his vile agenda, even if it means endangering the livelihood of his own countrymen.