Professional attention-seeker Piers Morgan is leading the charge for unvaccinated people to face state-sanctioned discrimination after he asserted that those who haven’t had the COVID jab should be denied medical treatment.
“Those who refuse to be vaccinated, with no medical reason not to, should be refused NHS care if they then catch covid,” tweeted Morgan. “I’m hearing of anti-vaxxers using up ICU beds in London at vast expense to the taxpayer. Let them pay for their own stupidity & selfishness.”
Morgan failed to mention that those who have chosen not to take the vaccine also pay for the NHS through their taxes.
He subsequently called those who haven’t taken the shot “incredibly stupid and deeply depressing,” asking, “What the f*ck is wrong with you????”
(Here is a hypothetical reverse ask. Hypothetical because as reasonable as I will make this argument look, I do not actually want the policy as described. So how about anyone who takes an experimental new technology which has not passed any regulatory agency and no one knows what it will actually do to your body, but VAERS shows it causes very very serious diseases up to and including death, be denied any and all medical treatment for those things which are a result of that risk. Sort of like skydiving. Go skydiving and get injured, pay your own medical bills and back of the queue. Its perfectly reasonable. And perfectly monstrous. I do not think this should be implemented as people who take it do not think they are taking a risk and in our opinion are being misinformed by their own governments and government agencies about these products. I do think it should apply to Piers Morgan though, and anyone who advocates for discrimination against people who make their own medical choices.)
The Canadian government released its plans yesterday for online harms legislation with a process billed as a consultation, but which is better characterized as an advisory notice, since there are few questions, options or apparent interest in hearing what Canadians think of the plans. Instead, the plans led by Canadian Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault pick up where Bill C-10 left off, treating freedom of expression as a danger to be constrained through regulations and the creation of a bureaucratic super-structure that includes a new Digital Safety Commission, digital tribunal to rule on content removal, and social media regulation advisory board. When combined with plans for a new data commissioner, privacy tribunal, and the expanded CRTC under Bill C-10, the sheer amount of new Internet governance is dizzying.
While there is clearly a need to address online harms and to ensure that Internet companies are transparent in their policies, consistent in applying those policies, and compliant with their legal obligations, this proposed legislation goes far beyond those principles. The government has indicated that these rules apply only to Internet services (dubbed Online Communications Services or OCSs), citing Facebook, Youtube, TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter as examples. It notes that there will be an exception for private communications and telecommunications such as wireless companies, Skype and WhatsApp (along with products and services such as TripAdvisor that are not OCSs). Yet during a briefing with stakeholders, officials were asked why the law shouldn’t be extended to private communications on platforms as well, noting that these harms may occur on private messaging. Given that the government previously provided assurances of the exclusion of user generated content in Bill C-10 only to backtrack and make it subject to CRTC regulation, the risk that it could once again remove safeguards for basic speech is very real.
(Creepy white vans with tinted windows have always been an archetypal threat to children in North America. No child should ever approach a strange white van with no windows, or tinted ones. Especially when they offer you candy or other bribes to get close or come inside. This however, takes it to a new threat level.)
Anyone in attendance over the age of 12 will be able to get their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine without parental consent.
Hey kid, I’ve got some mRNA shots in my van.
The new “Vax Van” – a custom mobile COVID-19 immunization clinic – will be stopping off in the Vancouver Island city of Langford on Friday night as part of its island-wide tour, according to Island Health.
(Sincere question. What if someone was to stand near the van with print-outs of CDC and Canadian government’s OWN statistics, showing that people under 20 are at far greater risk from the injections than from the virus. Would they be arrested for trying to propose a counter-argument? What a great experiment that would be to find out the state of our democracy at this time.)
“As an added bonus, Pacific FC is offering those who get their first dose at the game the chance to win a special prize. We’ll see you there.”
4. One of the experts who is adamant about ending the mRNA vaxx rollout, is Dr. Malone, the inventor of mRNA technology. He reminds us he also has expertise in pharmacology.
For those who only know me from my work relating to vaccines, please understand that I also have many years of experience in pharmacology and drug repurposing.https://t.co/JyLx2F9RlX
— Robert W Malone, MD (@RWMaloneMD) July 29, 2021
5. How the NHS app changed its purpose and ToC midstream to cross over all fundamental principles of English law.
— Nick Hudson (@NickHudsonCT) July 30, 2021
Thank you Tama, Richard, Johnny U., Michelle, PC., Sassy, Rich, Kalloi, MarcusZ1967, Tammy S. and all who made the effort to enlighten themselves and all of us.
This is beautiful. Probably the best political ad I’ve ever seen. https://t.co/b1CFhrQXbP
— ??Mark Friesen??#PPC Candidate Saskatoon-Grass (@MarkFriesen08) July 30, 2021