We hear all the dire news about what’s apparently being prepared for our neighbours who live in the United States. But what about Canada? Here’s an excerpt from the latest infowars.com report on “Forced Vaccination and Quarantine Laws in Canada“.
“After the mainstream media ran numerous stories on mass vaccination plans in Canada and the US there has been a large outcry from health care workers as well as the general public. Although the media never came out and plainly said that the ‘H1N1 Vaccine is mandatory for everyone’, they did allude to it. A story was published in the National Post that plainly stated “Under Canada’s official pandemic plan, the entire population would ultimately be immunized against the H1N1 swine flu.”. This is basically equivalent to saying that the H1N1 vaccine is compulsory for all Canadians.
But after the public expressed disdain for this, the government started to back pedal. Chief Public Health OfficerDr. David Butler-Jones started making statements like ,“ Immunization will not be mandatory and not all Canadians are expected to want it.” More news articles were later published making it seem like only enough vaccine is being ordered for the 75% of the population that are expected to want it.
But then the results of the vaccine ‘trials’ ‘demonstrated’ that only one dose will be needed as opposed to two. This implies that Ontario has ordered more than enough vaccine to inoculate the entire population. So in light of all of the mixed messages, what’s the real story on forced vaccination in Canada? In 1996 Ontario passed the Health Care Consent Act, which allows treatment such as vaccination to be administered without consent of the individual in the case of a loosely defined “Emergency”.
In Quebec the Public Health Act clearly states: “Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary, while the public health emergency is in effect, the Government or the Minister, if he or she has been so empowered, may, without delay and without further formality, to protect the health of the population, (1) order compulsory vaccination of the entire population or any part of it against smallpox or any other contagious disease seriously threatening the health of the population and, if necessary, prepare a list of persons or groups who require priority vaccination. ” Clearly it is not unforeseeable that mandatory vaccination could be a reality in Canada during this pandemic….”
In related news — Seasonal flu shot to be delayed until after H1N1 vaccine — says Globe and Mail:
“British Columbia will join four other provinces and delay part of its seasonal flu shot program this year until after the swine flu shots have been rolled out.
Perry Kendall, the province’s chief medical officer of health, says the decision is in part due to concerns raised by an unpublished study suggesting people who got a seasonal shot last year were more likely to catch swine flu this year.
“Obviously that was a significant contributor to the decision,” Dr. Kendall told a news conference in Victoria this morning. But, he noted that B.C.’s public health officials had been planning this approach anyway.
The province says it will be offering the seasonal shots starting in mid-October to people 65 and older and to residents of long-term care facilities.
In November, when the pandemic vaccine is available, the seasonal program will be stopped and efforts switched over to giving the H1N1 vaccine.
The study, which has not yet been published, suggests that people vaccinated against seasonal flu are twice as likely to catch swine flu. The paper is still under peer review and its authors can’t speak about the findings until it’s been published.
Dr. Kendall said he doesn’t know if he agrees with the findings, but they can’t be ignored. “What we have are respected scientists who have been doing a lot of research in the field for many years in Ontario, British Columbia and Quebec, whose findings support an increase risk.”…”