Ask yourself: are these actions necessary and reasonable to fight a virus? Or is this about something else?
We have basic protections that ensure that incarcerated criminals are guaranteed minimum time outside for fresh air, sunlight, and exercise. And yet, all Spanish children are denied that basic right?
If this is a deadly virus stopped by close contact with people, what’s the harm in skateboarding alone? The government lock-down has created a massive financial crisis, and they’re spending money to destroy a park!
A man in Calgary was fined $1200 for feeding the homeless, outside. How is this fine about keeping people safe?
Excerpts from the video:
“The Friday that they showed up they announced that this gathering is illegal. That I am not essential services. Can you imagine, feeding the poor, mentally ill, people that are not allowed, that are barred from shelters, is not essential services, but EB Games is, liquor stores are, marijuana shops are, Walmart is essential services, but feeding poor suddenly is not.”
“I was surrounded by 12 officers, I mean, it was a scary experience, I’m telling you….they were ready to tackle me down.”
“I was told, I was threatened that if I ever show up again more is coming, up to 1 million dollars.”
See the full video with commentary here:
Excerpt: watch how the cop in this clips yells at the citizen to “stand back!”, as the cop gets in his face and pushes him. Is this stopping the spread of a virus or an excuse to impose control on citizens?
A man in Sarnia, Ontario man went out to his apartment’s parking lot to take his dog out. After specifically avoiding the elevator in order to avoid people, he was greeted at his apartment by police with an $880 fine!
In Canada: Trudeau opted against it in March, but didn’t rule it out for future used.
And the city of Toronto doesn’t have their story straight on whether or not they’ve already started using cell phone location data to track where people are congregating.
Apple & Google are building contact tracking systems directly into their operating system.
What other governments in history made use of this strategy?
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