Why is Trudeau planning to operate federal quarantine prisons for two more years?
I saw this news today:
A young volunteer in the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine trial has died in Brazil. According to Brazilian news site Globo, the 28-year-old participant passed away ‘as a result of complications from Covid-19’ on Thursday. Brazil’s health authority, Anvisa, and Oxford University confirmed the death but said the clinical trials will continue. Oxford said an independent review had revealed there were ‘no safety concerns’ with the vaccine.
You realize that you saying there’s no safety concerns, when someone in your vaccine test literally just died from the virus, you realize that in fact makes you sound even more dangerous, don’t you?
So will we be forced to take vaccines? And by forced, I don’t necessarily mean someone will literally hold you down and jab a needle into you.
So, sure it’s completely voluntary. It’s just that, you won’t be able to go to work or go to restaurants to travel or get paid.
Which brings me to this modest proposal by Trudeau’s Public Works department:
Service Provider(s) for Federal Quarantine / Isolation sites
It’s not a contract yet. It’s feeling around, asking companies to tell them their ideas. It’s like a big brainstorming session for companies that specialize in private detention centres.
These detention centres are for public health reasons — or other reasons related to the pandemic. Hang on, what is a non-health reason for a detention centre?
Now, there are a lot of documents linked on this site, but I’ll just read the first one, published a month ago:
Under the current Emergency Order in Council, all travellers arriving in Canada must have a suitable place to isolate or quarantine. Public Health Agency Canada (PHAC) is currently managing 11 designated quarantine sites (DQS) in 9 cities across Canada, with capacity to lodge up to 1600 travellers. PHAC regional staff are responsible for the management of 9 quarantine sites across Canada, with logistics, cleaning, transportation, food and nursing services provided by external providers.”
This is the most interesting thing in the world, I think. It truly reads like science fiction.
So why aren’t the Justin Journos in the media party covering it?
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