COVID fear takes on religious overtones

John Carpay – The Interim With a religious fervour, fear of COVID-19 is permeating and shaping our laws, policies, and culture. The job-killing, economy-destroying, soul-deadening, anxiety-producing, loneliness-creating, debt-incurring lockdowns, imposed on us since March 2020, have now become permanent restrictions on our Charter freedoms to move, travel, associate, assemble, and worship. Prior to Thanksgiving, Quebec’s health minister prohibited celebrating with family and …
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COVID Fearmongering With ‘Cases’ of Perfectly Healthy People

John Carpay – The Epoch Times Across Canada, provincial governments are imposing new lockdown restrictions that violate the Charter freedoms of Canadians to move, travel, assemble, associate and worship. Like other provinces, Manitoba relies on COVID-19 “cases,” which include perfectly healthy people who show no symptoms of any illness, to justify the violation of Charter freedoms. Winnipeg is merely one …
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The Post Millennial If Yaniv is permitted to compete in beauty pageant it would violate the Charter rights of women and girls

John Carpay – The Post Millennial In this progressive and enlightened era, every group and association is, sooner or later, forced to respond to transgender ideology and activism. To respond to increasing demands for trans inclusion, Canada Galaxy Pageants has a policy of accepting transgender female contestants who have fully transitioned and no longer have male genitals. Based in Toronto, Canada …
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Transgender sports policies have thrown fair play out the window

Barbara Kay – The National Post Athletes who are genetically male are, on average, 40 per cent heavier, 15 per cent faster and 25-50 per cent stronger than those born female Reverence for sport’s first principle — fair play — unites people across the globe. Hell hath no fury like sport enthusiasts witnessing systemic cheating. Speaking of which: That burning …
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Kenney should lift the lockdown, not deny it was imposed

John Carpay – The Post Millennial “Alberta’s approach has never been to impose a lockdown,” declared Alberta Premier Jason Kenney on Twitter on October 11, 2020. The Premier was responding to comments by Dr. David Nabarro of the World Health Organization, who urged world leaders to “stop “using lockdowns as your primary control method” for COVID-19. Dr. Nabarro’s assertion that lockdowns cause …
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Will the truth set us free?

John Carpay – The Interim The lockdowns have now become a permanent violation of our Charter Rights and Freedom to move, travel, assemble, associate, and worship. Governments are showing no intentions of removing restrictions, even as COVID-19 deaths slow to a trickle, and are now proven to be a small fraction of the dire predictions made by politicians in March. Masks have become …
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What Do Canadian Universities Really Value? Hint: It’s Not Free Inquiry and Expression

Lindsay Shepherd – The Epoch Time Every university has a document or section of their website where they lay out their mission, vision, and values. They may also use terms such as “commitments,” “core beliefs,” or “guiding principles.” The university’s statement of mission, vision, and values sums up who they are and what they do. As one of the co-authors …
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Lockdowns deadlier than COVID in developing nations

John Carpay – The Post Millennial While Canadians, Americans and Europeans have suffered greatly from lockdown measures, people in developing nations have been hit even harder. An Oxfam study presents a disturbing survey of suffering around the world, some examples of which are mentioned in this column. Globally, the equivalent of 305 million full-time jobs have been lost, with women and young people …
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Canada has embraced medical authoritarianism

  Jay Cameron, Western Standard As Canada faces winter 2020 and the citizens of this country are threatened by politicians with a new wave of lockdowns, it is time to take stock and consider. There has never been a similar six-month period in the history of Canada like the period from April to September 2020.  The massive collateral damage from the …
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Canada is suffering from collective germophobia

John Carpay – The Post Millennial Do you remember Dr. Niles Crane from the 1990s television sitcom Frasier? Niles was the fussy, cultured, snobbish younger brother of call-in radio host and psychiatrist Dr. Frasier Crane (played by Kelsey Grammer). Fearful of germs and obsessed with cleanliness, Niles was always wiping his hands immediately after any human contact, as well as …
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