Excess deaths and abuse of cell phone data to create political profiles of you: Links 1, October 27th, 2022

1. Dr. Suneel Dhand on the stark increase in number of all cause deaths post vaxx rollout. (“Something very strange is going on!”)

2. Canada has become a world leader in euthanasia.

Kevin Yuill, who authored the book, the Secular case against assisted suicide, wrote an article explaining how Canada has become the world leader in euthanasia that was published on October 26 by Spiked.

Yuill explains that in March 2023, Canada will permit euthanasia for mental illness alone. This would be the second expansion since Canada legalized euthanasia. He wrote:

On 17 March 2023, Canadian law will change to make people whose sole underlying medical condition is mental illness eligible for what Canada refers to as ‘medical assistance in dying’ (MAID). MAID covers both euthanasia and assisted suicide, although the vast majority of cases in Canada are euthanasia, which means that a doctor actively ends a person’s life, rather than giving that person the means to do so him or herself.

This will be the second expansion of euthanasia since it was legalised in 2016. In March 2021, Canada made a new category of patients eligible for MAID. Before then, only those whose death is ‘reasonably foreseeable’ were eligible. ‘Track Two’, however, is available to those with a ‘serious or incurable condition’ for whom death is likely but not imminent. Patients are now said to qualify for MAID if they suffer from a condition or disability which ‘cannot be relieved under conditions that they consider acceptable ’.

3. statement on CCLA vs Nova Scotia

OTTAWA — Cara Zwibel, Cara Zwibel, Director of Fundamental Freedoms for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA), made the following remarks today:

We are very pleased with today’s decision from the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal.

Canadians’ right to freedom of expression and freedom of peaceful assembly should never be curtailed lightly.

Today, the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal agreed that the Government’s exceptionally broad injunction went too far. It subjected every single person in Nova Scotia to unreasonable restrictions on fundamental rights in the absence of evidence that this was necessary or proportional.

This should be a strong signal to governments and courts across Canada that the Charter cannot be ignored when responding to urgent public policy issues.

The decision also reminds governments and lower courts that transparency and justification are required any time there is infringement of our fundamental freedoms.

The CCLA is grateful to Nasha Nijhawan of Nijhawan McMillan Barristers and Benjamin Perryman for their excellent pro bono representation in this matter.

Link to court case here.

(I think this is about blanket infringements on public gatherings and protests over Covid but not sure at the moment. Someone else reading this may know. I remember that during the Freedom Convoy, Nova Scotians gathered on highway overpasses to show support in large numbers. The province banned these gatherings using Covid as an excuse but not the various leftwing protests if memory serves. Hopefully that is what this case is about.)

4. YouTube pulls documentary by one of the few old-school real journalists left. Naturally its because he asked forbidden questions about the mRNA shots.

5. Millions of Americans Were Assigned ‘COVID-19 Violation’ Scores Based on Cellphone Data Collected During Lockdowns

A voter analytics firm harvested data from millions of Americans’ cellphones during the 2020 COVID-19 lockdowns and used the data to assign phone users a “COVID-19 decree violation” score and a “COVID-19 concern” score, according to a whitepaper released by PredictWise, the firm that harvested the data.

A voter analytics firm harvested data from millions of Americans’ cellphones during the 2020 COVID-19 lockdowns and used the data to assign phone users a “COVID-19 decree violation” score and a “COVID-19 concern” score, according to a whitepaper released by PredictWise, the firm that harvested the data.

The data, derived from “nearly 2 billion GPS pings” stemming from “ground truth, real-time, ultra-granular location patterns,” according to PredictWise, was then used to target election-related messages to voters during the 2020 election season.

According to PredictWise, the firm “understood that there were potential pockets of voters to target with COVID-19 messaging and turned high-dimensional data covering over 100 million Americans into measures of adherence to COVID-19 restrictions during deep lockdown.”

Thank you all for your willingness to even consider the evidence of just how far off the reservation we have gone.

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One Reply to “Excess deaths and abuse of cell phone data to create political profiles of you: Links 1, October 27th, 2022”

  1. A Psychiatrist Visits Belgium: The Epicenter of Psychiatric Euthanasia

    The Belgian professionals were quite aware that the majority of the world ’s medical associations disagree with the medical euthanasia in general. It seemed almost a point of honor that they differed in this way, as if they are on higher moral ground in a bold new era of medical ethics.

    Someone pointed to the fact that Belgium and the Netherlands (which also has a robust program of psychiatric euthanasia) after all, were the first nations to legalize gay marriage. They are claiming a similar, higher moral ground in the matter of psychiatric euthanasia.

    In conversations with scholars, I ascertained that the background of religion is vital to understanding some of the vectors influencing the development of euthanasia in Belgium, and its slipping down the slope from terminal medical patients to psychiatric patients, and even those not medically ill at all, but simply “tired of living…”

    I was powerfully struck that these professionals, who had been living with this as the law of the land, a fait accompli, were starting with the accepted conclusion that it was OK, and reasoning backwards to create an a postiori justification. The conclusions are a given, so arguments were sought specifically to justify the conclusion, and ideas that would lead to a contradictory conclusion were filtered out. It was a powerful kind of sophistry…


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