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  1. 8 minutes ago, myata said:

    Every time you get behind the wheel you are a higher risk of injuring someone, including Heavens forbid, fatally. There's no denying that. So is it a valid reason to stop people from driving? To make walking to work a condition of employment and reason for termination and denying benefits?

    This is the level of reason and evidence health authoritarians use. Congrats - you have arrived.

    Can you drive without a license?  Sure.  Should you?  


    wtf is wrong with people?  A 10 year old shouldn't be anywhere near a concert, you shouldn't hit/harm kids even if they did steal someone's shoe, and you shouldn't ever try to incite violence when you're the leader of a crowd.   

    I hope the family presses charges against everyone involved, and the state presses charges against the family as well.


    But of course he's "devastated". ?

    Maybe he's devastated because they'll have to cancel the tour and he'll lose a lot of cash? 

  3. 13 minutes ago, blackbird said:

    Who gave one man Trudeau the authority to lower the Canadian flag to half mast for six months?  Lowering a country's flag is a major move similar in importance to bringing in an important law.  If it is going to be lowered for anything, that should be a decision of the elected representatives of the people to decide for what reason and for how long exactly, i.e. Parliament and ratified by the Senate and declared by the Governor General.  If a PM can arbitrarily do something like that, he might be able to do anything.  That is not democracy;  it is a dictatorship.  

    No one did.  This is a democracy.  


    16. Exceptional Circumstances

    In exceptional circumstances, and on the advice of the Department of Canadian Heritage and the recommendation of the Clerk of the Privy Council, the Prime Minister may approve the Half-masting of the Flag on the Peace Tower, and/or on all or some federal buildings and establishments in Canada or abroad, that is not provided for in the Rules.


  4. 37 minutes ago, Shady said:

    And what will you say if the same effects arise from vaccinating children?

    If your going to gamble on either choice I'd play the odds and get them vaccinated if they are not allergic or have any other health conditions.  

    Next stop Rama!!!?

  5. 42 minutes ago, Shady said:

    We’re expanding our population at a far greater pace than the ability of gut health care system to produce enough doctors and nurses to compensate.   The ratio of patients per doctors and patients per nurses is growing exponentially.  But the endless unlimited immigration crowd don’t care.  They don’t care about the impact on housing, on the environment, on education, on anything.

    Amazingly that is what the natives said when the colonials arrived (well not exactly, but we all know) and that if it wasn't for immigration I'd probably be living in Europe today. 

    Where would you be living today?

    Think about it. 

  6. 8 minutes ago, Accountability Now said:

    I literally cited the article I posted from. You even said you read the article. Are you into the booze right now?

    You're circling back now. Again, Sweden had more deaths as 11% of its people had Covid. Ontario is at 4%.  When Ontario hits 11% then you can compare. 


  7. 22 minutes ago, Accountability Now said:

    They did but minimal restrictions. Nothing compared to what was done in Canada, US or UK


    Um…21st out of 30 countries for excess death. Maybe more COVID deaths but clearly less suicide, drug overdoses or any other restriction related death


    Idk where you get your info from, but I'm guessing that your going off of excess deaths total.  Per capita is a different story, seeing as how Sweden has less population than Ontario.  

    And not just by a little bit, we're talking about millions of people.  

  8. 3 minutes ago, Accountability Now said:

    ? close to 70% of their deaths occurred in 2020.  That’s what this article was measuring excess deaths in 2020. 

    When 2021 is over and they do this again, how do you think Sweden’s rank will be with  only 5000 COVID deaths versus 10000?

    And what changed since then?  Didn't they implement restrictions later, as what the article I posted showed?  

    Basically what all of this adds up to is that if you do nothing the death count goes higher.  People will complain, as is the case right now in Sweden.   Sure people will complain about the restrictions, but personally I'd choose the restrictions over death. 

    In time covid will not be a problem and the restrictions will be lifted, but I've only got the one life.  

  9. 10 minutes ago, Accountability Now said:

    Nope. That is still the same sentiment spewing from our leaders. We need to protect the vaccinated. 

    I corrected it for you. 

    Clearly it doesn't mitigate spread but keep telling yourself what you want to hear.  The fact is 15 guys, all vaccinated, spread it to each other. No mitigation there at all.  Keep in mind too....for most unvaccinated people, the virus is a mild case too. Always has been.

    Great. More covid spread about to happen. 


    3/4?? 5% of Ontarians have had COVID and might have natural immunity as long as their infection was within about 14 months. The others that were jabbed will have vaccine immunity for 4-6 months.  Come January (if not sooner) most of the people double jabbed will be right back at square one unless they jab themselves with another booster. Your dream of 3/4 immunity is a pipe dream. 


    Notice how your guy left out Sweden? Maybe its because there numbers have flatlined since June without any restrictions. The other Nordic countries are starting to get the idea. This is something we have to live with.

    Actually Sweden has had a small uptick since then, and its their, not there.  

  10. 1 hour ago, Goddess said:

    Imagine EVERY school in the US having several children die and more with life-altering neurological disorders, heart attacks and strokes.

    How can anybody think this is worth it?

    This means more healthy children will die from the vaccine than from covid.




    Since the start of the pandemic, about 1.9 million children ages 5-11 years have been infected, about 9% of all U.S. cases. More than 8,300 have been hospitalized and 94 have died, according to federal data. The death toll in the past year puts COVID in the top 10 causes of death for this age group.

  11. 2 hours ago, Infidel Dog said:

    Here's something else that's worth remembering:


    People inoculated against Covid-19 are just as likely to spread the delta variant of the virus to contacts in their household as those who haven’t had shots, according to new research.

    In a yearlong study of 621 people in the U.K. with mild Covid-19, scientists found that their peak viral load was similar regardless of vaccination status, according to a paper published Thursday in The Lancet Infectious Diseases medical journal. The analysis also found that 25% of vaccinated household contacts still contracted the disease from an index case, while 38% of those who hadn’t had shots became infected."


    Seeing as you've just made the case to be vaccinated I won't argue it, but I'd like to add that an unvaccinated person can spread a more potent strain than a vaccinated one.  

  12. Actually according to Worldmeters we have 47 years left of proven reserves.  But the rate of consumption will no doubt increase every year so I would guess 40 ish years or so.  

    Anyway, my guess is the u.s. plan is to consume the middle east reserves and then decide that Venezuela needs some democracy  ?


    After that idk, maybe we can formulate some type of artificial oil or something.  

  13. 4 hours ago, Cannucklehead said:

    We don't, but we currently have laws for vaccination for kids.


    The law

    Unless they have a valid exemption, children who attend primary or secondary school must be immunized against:







    meningitis (meningococcal disease)

    whooping cough (pertussis)

    chickenpox (varicella) – required for children born in 2010 or later.


    I can see why the covid vaccine isn't a law but is being strongly urged by so many people. 

    Hopefully in due time covid will die out and we won't have to add it to the list.  


    12 minutes ago, Shady said:

    Yes, and all of those vaccines have gone through several years of testing. They’re not brand new being administered under emergency authorization and skipping the normal testing protocols.

    They haven't skipped any testing protocols.  



    The reason why warp speed was possible and successful is because the labs were able to share data across the globe.  They didn't have that technology available back in my day.  

    There were several attempts to hack the system and steal the data too.



  14. 1 minute ago, Goddess said:

    There is no Bingo.

    You can't tell everyone that vaccines are law for schoolchildren in Canada.  They are not.

    I raised my children in SK.  They were vaccinated with all the childhood vaxxes, but no one even asked about their vax status when they started school.

    When did I say it was in Canada?

  15. 4 minutes ago, Goddess said:


    Yes. In Ontario. We already covered that. ?

    I'm guessing you're from Ontario?  Hate to break it to you, bud, but there's more to Canada than Ontario.

    If you have a problem with what Health Canada says about immunizations NOT being mandatory in Canada because of the Canadian Constitution, maybe take it up with them.  

    Bingo.  As long as the anti vaxxers stay out of Ontario I'm cool with that.  

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