Saskatchewan Premier urged to reject fearmongering and protect the vulnerable

Nov 16th, 2020

REGINA: The Justice Centre has written to Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe, urging him to reject fear mongering and broad lockdown measures and rather focus on protecting the vulnerable. The fundamental freedoms of Saskatchewanians continue to be violated by various lockdown measures that are still in place, and a number of doctors have written to the Premier urging even more restrictive measures despite only 31 deaths attributed to COVID-19 in all of Saskatchewan since March 2020, in the context of 9,500 annual deaths in Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Chief Medical Health Officer Dr. Saqib Shahab has recently imposed strict restrictions on all Saskatchewan residents, including restricting private gatherings to 10 or less people, and indoor and outdoor public gatherings to no more than 30 people. Further, Premier Scott Moe is publicly contemplating imposing further violations of Charter freedoms to move, travel, assemble, associate and worship.

Earlier this year, based on wildly inaccurate modelling, the Saskatchewan Government pre-emptively cancelled thousands of medically necessary but non-emergency “elective” surgeries, leaving hospitals almost empty in order to meet an overwhelming wave of COVID patients that never arrived. The government forcibly closed “non-essential” businesses, causing economic disaster and leaving business owners to try and survive the lockdown, due to demonstrably inaccurate predictions of thousands of lost lives to COVID.

As explained in the Justice Centre’s report, The Unjustified Persistence of Lockdowns: A Charter Analysis of Saskatchewan’s Response to COVID-19, released September 14, 2020, the predictions of Dr. Neil Ferguson, who claimed in March that millions of people would die of COVID-19, have been thoroughly discredited. The claims made in March and April, that COVID-19 threatens children, youth and healthy adults, have also been disproven. In particular, Dr. Shahab claimed incorrectly that COVID-19 does not discriminate according to age and pre-existing conditions.

However, in a November 10, 2020 letter to Premier Scott Moe, Minister of Health Merriman and Dr. Shahab, some anonymous, unnamed doctors advocated for further and more extreme violations of Charter freedoms. These doctors speak of the growth in “cases” and of overburdened hospital capacity, but fail to mention the relevant context. More than 9,500 Saskatchewanians die each year and more than 9,400 have passed away from causes other than COVID-19. The 31 COVID-19 deaths in the last 8 months make up one-third of 1% of annual deaths in Saskatchewan.

The doctors state in their letter that hospitalizations and ICU admissions have greatly increased, yet fail to mention that on November 12 only 62 COVID-19 patients were in hospital, and only 16 in ICU, in the context of 2,400 hospital beds with a surge capacity of up to 3,180 beds in Saskatchewan. The doctors are treating it like a crisis when the government’s own data reveals that COVID-19 patients are currently using less than 2% of Saskatchewan’s hospital bed capacity. As announced by Premier Moe’s government in April, ICU capacity can be expanded to 963 beds; currently COVID-19 patients are using less than 2% of this total ICU capacity.

Still, these the doctors warn of supposedly catastrophic consequences unless the Saskatchewan government uses “sufficient force” to control the virus. They have encouraged the Premier to follow the example of countries such as Australia, which imposed some of the toughest COVID-19 restrictions in the world for more than three months. In Melbourne, residents endured a night-time curfew, a one-hour limit on outdoor exercise, and a ban on travelling more than 5 kilometres from their home. David Andrews, the Premier of the state of Victoria, said back in August 2020 that “there is literally no reason for you to leave your home.” The military was deployed to enforce COVID-19 restrictions and police smashed car windows of non-compliant citizens.

“It is very concerning to see members of our health profession advocate an Australian-style lockdown and urge ‘sufficient force’. This sort of totalitarian control is not welcome or acceptable in a free and democratic country,” states John Carpay, president of the Justice Centre.

“The Saskatchewan government’s own data indicates that the doctors’ open letter is unwarranted fear mongering over COVID-19,” says Carpay. “Increased COVID-19 cases are do not necessarily mean sickness or deaths.  There are serious negative health consequences from government lockdowns, by way of deaths from cancelled surgeries, delayed cancer diagnoses, drug overdoses, and suicides.”

The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms places the onus on government to show that lockdown measures have, in fact, saved more lives than the number of lives which lockdown measures have destroyed. The Charter does not place any burden on citizens to prove that lockdowns do more harm than good.

“Rather than locking down society and the economy with measures that clearly violate our most fundamental Charter freedoms,” explains Carpay, “the Saskatchewan government should instead protect the vulnerable, and remove the remaining Charter-violating policies that continue to harm the healthy majority of Saskatchewan’s society and economy.”

Canadian government publishes bid request for “Programmable Hydraulic Guillotines” needed “in support of Canada’s response to COVID-19”

The Canadian government, on its official acquisition website (Buyandsell.gc.ca) is requesting bids for “Programmable Hydraulic Guillotines” as part of, “products and services in support of Canada’s response to COVID-19.”

The listing number is 45045-190091/A, and it is found at this link:
https://buyandsell.gc.ca/procurement-data/tender-notice/PW-PD-005-78707

Additional details on the bid include:

Reference number: PW-$$PD-005-78707
Solicitation number: 45045-190091/A
Region of delivery: National Capital Region
Notice type: Notice of Proposed Procurement (NPP)
GSIN: N7520: Office Devices and Accessories
Procurement entity: Public Works and Government Services Canada

The “Programmable Hydraulic Guillotines” listing on the Canadian government’s website is explained on the site as “products and services in support of Canada’s response to COVID-19.”

“Guillotine” is a term that describes a mechanical device with a powerful chopping blade that can slice things apart. Although there are industrial uses for cutting devices — such as in the book publishing industry — the term “guillotine” specifically refers to a device intended to execute human beings.

As the Cambridge online dictionary explains, “guillotine” is a device that’s used to kill people by cutting off their heads:

Here’s an image of a paper cutting machine, which is more commonly called a “shear” or cutting machine. This is not a guillotine, even though paper cutting companies might be used as a front for acquiring actual guillotines:

Antifa and left-wing BLM terrorists have recently displayed mock-up guillotines on the streets of America as part of their protest actions, demanding that the people with whom they disagree be executed via guillotine. Guillotines were also used in the French Revolution to execute political dissidents who opposed the incoming socialist regime.

Canadian official asks why covid camps are being constructed in Canada, gets silenced

It is difficult to imagine how guillotines would be needed to respond to COVID-19 unless Canada was building covid death camps to “process” people who refuse to submit to mass vaccinations. As it turns out, this may be exactly what Canada is doing. See this article: Canadian government erecting a network of covid detainment camps and “isolation” sites to incarcerate those who don’t cooperate with medical tyranny. As that article explains:

Justin Trudeau and the Canadian government are creating Nazi Germany-like infrastructure to detain human beings en masse, and for years to come. A brave Ontario politician named Randy Hillier spoke out about the government’s nefarious detainment plan in a provincial question period in front of the government of Ontario. His microphone was cut off as soon as he started asking the tough questions.

Randy Hillier, Independent Ontario MPP for Lanark, Frontenac and Kingston, stood up and questioned the government, asking how many people will be detained and how many concentration camps are scheduled for construction. He expressed concern about their current use — to control the spread of covid-19 — and pointed out in documentation that these sites could be used for “other requirements” in the future.

“So your government must be in negotiations and aware of these plans to potentially detain and isolate citizens and residents of our country and our province,” Hillier began. “So speaker, to the Premier, where will these camps be built, how many people will be detained, and for what reason, for what reasons can people be kept in these isolation camps, and I’d like to have the Premier assure the people of Ontario…,” Hillier’s microphone was cut off before he could finish.

See the video here, which has been banned from YouTube:

Additional details on the hydraulic guillotines request from the Canadian government

Solicitation document #ABES.PROD.PW__PD.B005.E78707.EBSU000 reveals additional details about the bid request:

The bid document lists technical requirements for the guillotines, under a heading called “Guillotines Mandatory Requirements:”

  • The Guillotine’s cutting and clamping systems must be fully hydraulic;
  • The Guillotine’s automatic blade and clamp must return from every position to its original
    starting position;
  • The Guillotine’s blade depth adjustment(s) must be achievable from outside of the
    Guillotine;
  • The Guillotine’s measurement readout must be in imperial measurement;
  • The Guillotine’s blade changing tool, wrenches/screwdrivers and cutting block must be
    provided for each Guillotine;

The document also calls for a “1 year parts and labour warranty” to make sure the guillotine continues running smoothly so that the chopping isn’t interrupted.

Is this bid for industrial use, or something more sinister?

A skeptic might look at this government bid and conclude it must be a bid for cutting equipment to be used in cutting books, stacks of papers or posters. One of the companies involved in the bid appears to be a printing company, for example. But wouldn’t that also be the perfect cover story for acquiring actual guillotines intended for a more sinister purpose?

Given that Canada is already in the process of constructing covid “concentration camps” — while touting this guillotine bid as part of “Canada’s response to COVID-19,” many people will have serious questions about the intended use of these devices as well as the language used to describe them.

If these were merely industrial cutting machines, wouldn’t the listing just say, “Cutting Machine” instead of “Guillotines?”

And given the history of guillotines being used during radical left-wing revolutions in France, many people are wondering whether China’s corruption of modern-day Canada — including its French-speaking regions — means that China is planning to round up and execute anyone resisting communist influences in Canada. With Justin Trudeau now appearing to be a political puppet of China — much like Joe Biden — and with Chinese troops already staged in Western Canada, these are no longer idle questions.

See this important story: Western Canada has already fallen to Communist China – America may have a chance, but only if it stands united.

Dave Hodges of The Commonsense Show recently published an article describing plans to round up Americans and incarcerate them in Canadian concentration camps run by communist Chinese. That article explains:

Steve Quayle and myself have been investigating a three-nation deal involving Communist China, Canada and  the United States. The deal has now expanded to NATO forces, living in American bases that were closed during the Bush Sr., era. The CSS has also learned that their is some UN involvement as well. The agreements have to do with ridding America’s new Harris-Biden administration of any and all. Unfortunately, the interview that is presented below on this topic is a work in progress. The implications of this interview is frightening as it promises an international, state-sponsored genocidal program against “deplorables” who will oppose the real new world order.

As all this is happening, Trudeau is accelerating Canada’s gun control and gun confiscation efforts to make sure that Canadian citizens have no ability to fight back when the government comes to their homes and kidnaps them, depositing them in Canada’s COVID concentration camps.

Americans, on the other hand, will never give up their guns. Count on it.

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