While French President Emmanuel Macron declared he wanted to “piss off” the unvaccinated, Canadian politician Erin O’Toole, who has encouraged Canadians to get their shots, said that he won’t “divide people” over the issue.
But Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s recent tirade grossly undermined O’Toole’s sentiments. On or about December 29, 2021, he appeared on public television in Quebec, defiling and degrading those who’ve chosen to forego the COVID vaccine.
He disturbingly stated they’re “often misogynists, often racists.” (Do women who refuse the COVID vaccine hate themselves?
He then referred to those who’ve chosen bodily autonomy as “extremists” and “a sect, a small group, but who are taking up space” and mockingly questioned, “Do we tolerate these people?”
Public health officials have been pleading with Canadians to get their COVID shots, disseminating campaigns meant to “educate and encourage,” but this is a new low.
In an embarrassing display of hypocrisy, Trudeau has previously spoken out about wanting to “clear” cyberspace of “hate,” but he’s made it clear that his television appearances don’t require him to adhere to the same standards that he’s set forth for internet speech.
It’s obvious that this caustic language is meant to normalize discrimination against those who’ve chosen to decline an experimental, untested, and in many cases, harmful injection that has well-established safety concerns, including death. Many Canadians have used their voices to stand against coercion, tyranny, and discrimination and won’t tolerate this divisive language from their leaders. It is a form of persecution and medical discrimination that, if tolerated, will radically change society as we’ve known it.
Canadians, it’s time to stand against this egregious hate speech. Use our form to email David Lametti, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, to make it clear that this discriminatory and contemptable language is forbidden and to encourage him to bring charges against PM Trudeau (R.S.C., 1985, c. C-46) s. 319(1) and 319(2).
Please be sure to share this campaign and carefully-crafted letter with anyone who’s concerned about preventing medical discrimination and who wants to hold Trudeau accountable for his vile language.