1. Covid regs enforcement is political, and not science nor medical
Look at the political nature of enforcement, the same day @randyhillier and @adamskely were charged/arrested, respectively, there was indigenous protestors, who weren't socially distancing, blocking a major intersection in dt Toronto, no police presence.
— Dillonhillier (@dillonhillier) November 29, 2020
2. World Economic Forum tweet on how they can use Covid to change our world
— World Economic Forum (@wef) November 18, 2020
3. The exemptions for mask wearing is honoured in exactly the same way that exemptions from the initial smoking ban in bars was honoured. Which is to say that the written law was intended to stop too much protest by writing in an escape clause that was never intended to be allowed. A phoney exemption in fact. With the smoking ban, they said it wouldn’t apply to private clubs. Then bars and clubs that went private got ticketed and fined and harassed and told they would only not be forced to pay endless exorbitant fines if they just banned smoking despite the fact that they were obeying the letter and the spirit of the law as it was presented.
Clearly that initial smoking ban, done in Ottawa by the way, and which became a template for the world, was a template for much much more than just no smoking in bars. Which they called public places. But if you injured yourself inside, it was the bar owner that was liable, and if you got drunk and drove it was the bartender who was guilty. But it was a public place for the purposes of smoking. And lookey here:
4. Every single one of us knew this was how it would go. This mix of government and big business is technically called, “Fascism”.
Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi suggests Brits who dont have a jab could be banned from cinemas and the footie. "I think you’ll probably find that restaurants and bars and cinemas and other venues, sports venues, will probably also use that system"
— Kate Ferguson (@kateferguson4) November 30, 2020
5. We are all criminals
Highlights from the 'Unite For Freedom' March (Nov 28th, 2020). Music by Right Said Fred 'We're All Criminals'. @TheFreds Thousands of people of all ages, backgrounds and colours marched together in unity for your freedom and the freedom of your children and grandchildren pic.twitter.com/DgIQVQtzxQ
— Angus Lancaster (@LancasterAngus) November 30, 2020