The federal government is looking for people to build quarantine facilities across the country. The buy and sell government ad states the following;
“The Government of Canada is considering engaging a third party service provider for federal quarantine/isolation sites that will be used to house and care for people for public health and other related federal requirements associated with the COVID-19 pandemic response.”
I support the general essence of the movement — If supporting the movement means liberty, rights and freedoms, upholding the Charter, and unifying behind those that fight for the Charter — then yes I support the Line’s movement. However, upon a recent interview with Lamont Daigle, I was left uneasy about whom was acting as the ambassador for the civil liberties group.
Diverge Columnist, Greg Staley argues the three points of contention he has with The Great Barrington Declaration which expresses grave concerns about the physical and mental impacts of current COVID policies.
Pierre Poilievre: “In the early 1990s, this country literally ran out of money when finance officials went to lending markets and could not find a single solitary person on Earth willing to lend a dollar to the Government of Canada for fear that it could not pay the money back.”
I then asked a more pointed question about why they think churches like to cite Romans 13 which says “let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God.”
“I have concerns — the Government of Canada has quietly allowed something that on its face is benign, but in reality is anything but. They have granted the ability for foreign regulators to be able to export their COVID drugs and vaccines into Canada for phase two and three trial testing on Canadians. Phase two and three trials can contain anywhere from a couple hundred, to three thousand people,” Greg Staley writes.
STALEY: How do you get people on board with such a draconian overstep? How do you convince the populace that tyranny, and the stripping of their rights is the only way back to “normal”? The short answer is you don’t. To steal a company slogan, you “just do it.”