Finland’s Multiculturalism policy jumps the shark: Links 1, June 29, 2021

1. Manitoba Canada introduces coercion as government policy

The Manitoba government is introducing the $30 million Healthy Hire Manitoba Program, a new wage support to help private-sector employers reopen and encourage employees to get vaccinated and return to work, Premier Brian Pallister announced today.

“As we emerge from this third wave towards a post-pandemic Manitoba with fewer restrictions and more freedoms, our focus remains on getting all eligible Manitobans fully vaccinated, as quickly and safely as possible,” said Pallister. “As we continue to loosen restrictions this summer as vaccination rates increase, this new wage support will help ensure a smooth and steady reopening path and support employers as they staff up to offer Manitobans the goods and services they rely on and enjoy most.”

Under the Healthy Hire Manitoba Program, local employers can apply for up to $50,000 in provincial support to help cover the wages of new employees who can attest they have been vaccinated or will be vaccinated. Eligible employers will receive a grant equivalent to 50 per cent of wages for a maximum of 10 employees, with a maximum of $5,000 per employee. The wage support covers full pay periods for employees hired on or after June 10, 2021 with the last pay period ending Oct. 15.

Employers must be an active and permanent Manitoba-based business, not-for-profit or registered charity physically operating in the province. The Healthy Hire Manitoba Program is available for newly-hired employees who started working no earlier than June 10 or a rehired employee who worked for that employer in a previous year or who was laid off as a result of the public health restrictions.

“The Healthy Hire Manitoba Program will incentivize employers to safely bring more employees back to work and encourage more Manitobans to get fully vaccinated,” said Pallister. “This new program supports our ‘4-3-2-One Great Summer’ Reopening Path, which rewards Manitobans with greater freedoms and fewer restrictions on our lives and economy as more of us get vaccinated.”

(If a Conservative MP orders a $5.00 orange juice, its front page big news on the CBC for months. But this? Where is the Auditor General on this? Why is there zero accountability for using our own money to coerce us into taking this stuff?)

2. PubMed: Ivermectin for Prevention and Treatment of COVID-19 Infection: A Systematic Review, Meta-analysis, and Trial Sequential Analysis to Inform Clinical Guidelines

Background: Repurposed medicines may have a role against the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The antiparasitic ivermectin, with antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties, has now been tested in numerous clinical trials. […] Conclusions: Moderate-certainty evidence finds that large reductions in COVID-19 deaths are possible using ivermectin. Using ivermectin early in the clinical course may reduce numbers progressing to severe disease. The apparent safety and low cost suggest that ivermectin is likely to have a significant impact on the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic globally.

3. Man on Air Canada flight criminally charged for sneezing

(Video and article at Rebel link above. I think we all saw this coming.)

4. Finnish Supreme court rules that rape of 10 year olds is OK so long as the rapist is from a place where that sort of thing is OK.

(Frankly that is what multiculturalism is at its core. No one who claims to support MC as a policy should find this in the least disarming. Impossible, yes. You cannot have different rules for different people in the same jurisdiction and expect that to be sustainable. Also we can say with certainty that they won’t extend that MC courtesy to anything individualist. For example Texans will not be allowed to carry a gun for self protection. But if you are an Afghan, then you can rape small boys. Bachi Baza and all that.)

5. Nice to see that people who joined an enemy army, who’s mission it was to take over the world, murder the unbeliever in islam, kill all the Jewish people, subjugate women into sexual slavery and push gay people off of tall buildings, get such a fair shake from the Canadian brainwashing Corporation, CBC.



Thank you EB., M., PC., KAF., Pauline, MissPiggy, Hellequin GB., Richard, Kalloi, Robert M., and many more who in the process of waking up, also understand its the more difficult place to be under these conditions.


About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

3 Replies to “Finland’s Multiculturalism policy jumps the shark: Links 1, June 29, 2021”

  1. Here are my thoughts on the COVID-19 virus.

    There is a lot talk about COVID—19 being more dangerous than the flu. And the people who claim this do so by comparing COVID-19 deaths to yearly influenza deaths. However what they fail to take into account is that the yearly influenza deaths occur despite influenza vaccines being administered, meaning that the most vulnerable are offered an influenza vaccine well before the flu season kicks off.

    When COVID-19 began making its presence known in early 2020 there were no effective vaccines, unlike ordinary flu vaccines. Hence it would be incorrect to compare COVID—19 deaths to ordinary influenza deaths. A much more accurate picture would be obtained if one compares COVID-19 deaths to influenza deaths when COVID-19 vaccines have been administered on a similar percentage basis as ordinary influenza vaccines.

    Another thing to keep in mind is that COVID-19 is much more transmissible than ordinary influenza, which is mostly active during the winter season. Thus to get a correct comparison one would have to extrapolate influenza deaths to include fatality numbers for the entire year, meaning one would have to extend the flu season to 12 months and assume that people contracted the flu just as easily as they contract COVID-19.

    It is pretty safe to assume that more vulnerable people would die from the flu if no vaccines were given, which was the case when COVID-19 first hit. At that time there were no vaccines against this particular virus. Covid-19 vaccines were only introduce toward the latter half of 2020.

    Furthermore, I would like to point out that I have no evidence or reason to claim that the number of deaths would be equal or more similar, but it is very dishonest and misleading not to take these facts into consideration when comparing the two.

    My personal opinion is that we’ll see a decrease in COVID-19 deaths in the coming years, and that the deaths that we will see, will be more on par with ordinary influenza deaths.

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