On Thursday, Federal MP Derek Sloan (Hastings-Lennox & Addington) and Ontario MPP Randy Hillier (Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston) have, in collaboration, each demanded: “that their respective levels of government convene a ‘Royal Commission of Inquiry’ into the decision-making process surrounding vaccines, lockdowns and all other COVID-related restrictions.”
“There is significant and mounting evidence that faulty and unverified data sets, as well as flawed testing and reporting, resulted in some very harmful restrictions being imposed on the people of Ontario and Canada,” said Hillier in the press release.
“The failure to perform any due diligence on the data being used to make decisions is at minimum gross negligence on the part of our Public Health bureaucrats; they told us the science was irrefutable, but we are finding out now they ignored or dismissed much of it. The public has a right to know the truth, and the Royal Commissions of Inquiry we’re demanding will get those answers.”Randy Hillier, Member of Provincial Parliament for Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston
Sloan commented in the press release on treatments for COVID like Ivermectin, which is used in India by the general public in what was formerly called ‘Ziverdo Kit’ — now known as a ‘Zincovit Kit.’
“The Federal government has done very little to combat COVID-19 other than turn on the money spigots and pray for the best. Though authorizing several vaccines quickly, they have failed to recommend any other treatment despite mounting evidence relating to effective use of Ivermectin, Budesonide, Erythromycin, Fluvoxamine, and other drugs that have been proven to be safe for many years.”Derek Sloan, Member of Parliament for Hastings-Lennox & Addington
“The government appears to be waiting for large-scale pharmaceutical testing that will never happen for repurposing existing drugs, because the profit motive is not there. The government owes it to Canadians to move swiftly to examine promising drug treatments and use them. The Federal government has, by virtue of PM Trudeau’s briefings and others, failed to properly explain available data to Canadians, putting them in a perpetual state of fear with no end in sight. The new information we are learning from provinces, surrounding vaccine safety and testing issues, is simply the last straw and requires the convening of a Royal Commission of Inquiry into Canada’s full pandemic response,” said Sloan in the press release.
The letter signed by Sloan has a list of just a few of the “gross negligence that has occurred over the past 16 months:”
- 1) Failure to do due diligence on the computer modelling that has been used to mandate lockdowns;
- 2) Failure to inform the public that there is zero medical or scientific literature to justify lockdowns;
- 3) Failure to communicate to the public the cumulative adverse consequences of lockdowns on other general health care, dying relatives, funeral homes and services, weddings, schools, churches, mental health, and hundreds of thousands of closed small businesses;
- 4) Failure to stop testing asymptomatic people, despite overwhelming medical and scientific literature demonstrating that it provides no value in combating a virus;
- 5) Failure to produce accurate, detailed statistical reporting to properly convey the accurate risk of COVID-19 and what the presence of variants really means in epidemiology;
- 6) Failure to classify deaths properly;
- 7) Failure to promote vitamin D, other preventative measures and prohibition of other medical treatments;
- 8) Failure to inform the public of the inadequacies of PCR tests, which were never intended to be used as a diagnostic tool and failure to acknowledge that every documented medical experience we’ve had with epidemics and pandemics demonstrated that contact tracing is both useless and unproductive;
- 9) Failure to inform the public that the COVID-19 vaccines have not undergone long-term safety studies, and may have unexpected consequences, as we are beginning to see with certain vaccines;
- 10) Failure to provide any evidence that mandatory hotel quarantining is safer than quarantining at home; and,
- 11) Failure to properly balance the consequences of the loss of freedoms with the true scale of the threat.
Hillier concluded the press release by saying;
“These Commissions must be undertaken in order for people to understand what science influenced Public Health decision-makers, what science was ignored, and why,” he said.
The full document released is available below for viewing and download.
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