The Great Barrington Declaration — three points of contention

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.

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Where’d the Flu go? — 2020 the year influenza almost disappeared

COVID-19 — It’s so big and bad it made the influenza numbers drop to their lowest in almost a decade! Yes, you heard that right — influenza reports show that we have the lowest numbers that have been seen in the past nine seasons.

STALEY: The playbook — understanding the mechanisms of control being used during COVID

Staley writes:

“So who will answer the call? Who will have the courage to stand — even when people rise up against them? The blunt truth of the matter is this — the future of our nations depends on our collective actions today. We must stand together and especially behind those intellectuals who beckon the call to speak up about the truth and demand accountability from those in power.”

We have rights – time to exercise them

Staley: “So if I’m understanding this correctly, everything they’re telling us is “mandatory” and “law” is still subject to the Canadian Bill of Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms?”