Well, at least it's not from Canadian grain . . . yet.
Interestingly, the link just redirects you to the author's profile.Based on China's apparent goals of exploiting existing internal divisions, I assume they're being confused by all the choices they have in targettign Canada
Pro-China misinformation operation attempting to exploit US Covid divisions, report sayshttps://www.cnn.com/2021/09/08/politics/pro-chinese-disinformation-operation-coronavirus-pandemic-protests/index.html
Interestingly, the link just redirects you to the author's profile.
They desperately need it. Even a single additional bed or a single ICU patient flown out could save a life at this point. The provincial government has completely abrogated its responsibility to institute reasonable and necessary additional public health measures.No clue.
Why would Saskatchewan be asking for personnel if they didn't need it however?
The CAF doesn't actually have that many MDs and nurses. Many of those folks on bases are civilian contractors.
I think it matters less that the military is sending 8 or so people than the fact that the province is in such dire straights that they need to request military assistance.That is exactly right. Which is why "military support" needs to be contextualized. When we hear they are bringing in the military to help out, people have visions of the Toronto snow storm response... it's not like that. It's about 8 people. Which is probably less people than who have put in for mat leave that week in the grand scheme of things.
Not fiction really. In people’s minds conspiracies are real. Some are and they use those to validate some of the crazier stuff. I just feel that most need mental health help. Some are harmless. But the damage that the current batch of Covidiots and anti vaxxers have done by stoking unfounded fears and propaganda is more than any rational person or society should tolerate.You heretic. Conspiracies are fiction. Now fall in line.
Have you actually read those? Because a few of them are real and terrible, but two thirds of them are nothing.
I have.Have you actually read those?
Which two thirds do you think are nothing?Because a few of them are real and terrible, but two thirds of them are nothing.
Quite the conclusion you're drawing. I don't think there's an international suppression of doctors or any of that jazz. I think Canada's initial weak and goofy response to Covid was a simple matter of being beholden to China. We were afraid of upsetting them. I think everyone should just get vaccinated but I'm also willing to listen to other peoples opinions.If this best you have to convince people of an international suppression of doctors because governments want more power- by way of making you wear a mask on the bus…
For reference to the discussion, a Manitoba judge, Court of Queen's Bench Chief Justice Glenn Joyal, had this to say about that individual,The Hoover Institute talks with Dr. Jay Bhattacharya about the C19 response.
Joyal said he found that despite Bhattacharya's credentials, his views were not supported by most of the scientific and medical community.
“But I think we’re challenged by disinformation … that still swirls around about where the genesis, how did this vaccine get approved, is it safe is it ethical ― all that swirls around on the internet and they see all that they read all that,” Berger said.
Vaccine requirements are not new, the commandant said. His opinion is that that refusal to get a vaccine goes against the Marine Corps mission.
“We have to be ready to go, everyday all the time,” Berger said. “We are the ready force we have to be ready to go.”
“Just to get through boot camp you got to get 12 vaccinations,” he said.
But hesitancy among some troops remains.
Fears about the vaccine have ranged from concerns about the speed of development or unease about mRNA, which is used in the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, to conspiracies that the vaccine comes with a tracking chip, will magnetize people or even make people glow in the dark.
If the Corps’ vaccination rate does indeed peak at its current 93 percent, it would mean over 12,500 Marines will face separation.
Joyal is a good judge with a sound reputation in Manitoba.QV said,
For reference to the discussion, a Manitoba judge, Court of Queen's Bench Chief Justice Glenn Joyal, had this to say about that individual,
A Tennessee judge concluded, "the Court is simply unwilling to trust Dr. Bhattacharya."
U.S. District Judge Waverly D. Crenshaw continued to block the governor's executive order in Williamson County, saying it violates federal law.www.tennessean.com