BEARING WITNESS IS OUR POWER AGAINST THE COVID CARTEL CATASTROPHE
I'm grateful to have had the opportunity to help Canadians tell their stories.
Covid Depression by Jan Kudlacek, Painting, Acrylic | Art Limited
Last week I heard from dozens of people testifying about the failures, ruinations and personal catastrophes caused by this country’s one-size-fits-all approach to public health. I was honoured to moderate the Canadian Covid Care Alliance: Citizens’ Hearing, live-streamed and now posted. Five days later, I’m still feeling shaken by the magnitude of what we heard. The damage done to Canada and the world by experts in public health who focussed only on viral suppression is off the charts. Their blinkered approach was inhumane and even deadly, causing collateral damage to innocent citizens who trusted them.
One of the most depressing themes was developed by several doctors who separately recounted stories of being hit with propaganda, platitudes and mantra-type phrases when trying to advocate for patients. Governing medical bodies and public health used the safe and effective catchphrase to circumvent legitimate vaccine exemptions, protecting the shot instead of patients. Creating vaccine hesitancy was verboten, even if hesitating to take the jab was medically warranted based on easily calculable risk/benefit ratios. And as I write this, some G7 nations, including Canada have moved on to vaccinating young children without any proof of benefit. That sad fact was laid bare recently during a probing interrogation of Tony Fauci by Rand Paul. Sadly — this significant confession was barely mentioned by legacy media.
We have slipped into an era in which governments and their experts no longer have to justify with actual data the medical mandates they force upon us. This not only includes forced vaccines but also the exclusion of off-label early treatments. Until recently, I rarely heard a reporter or member of the political opposition demand scientific accountability for lockdowns, school closures and vaccines. Why? The arguments against them are an easy layup, even for those without a science degree, just like myself.
We heard last week that the damage to children is catastrophic and generational. There are reports out of the UK that multitudes of four-year-olds are showing up to kindergarten still in diapers. Social and cognitive issues abound, including violent acting out in class. Teachers who demanded lockdowns are now refusing to teach because their students, mentally injured by these lockdowns, are too hard to handle.
The testimonies of the vaccine injured and of their loved-ones were especially harrowing. And all of it was predictable. No one is held accountable. Sadly, all of our institutions, particularly the media who should be watchdogging them, have been captured and are complicit.
Through my podcast, Trish Wood is Critical, I’ve been privileged to witness for many of you who are struggling through what will certainly be studied by historians as perhaps one of the darkest period in modern history.
This is but one of the many emails I receive each week. Edited for brevity and privacy, from a listener in BC.
It's not in my nature to write personal letters to people I've never met - feels very strange - but I'm convinced you're a "kindred spirit" as Anne of Green Gables would say. It's difficult to express what the past two years has done to my brain...I'd say it's a permanent shift in how I perceive absolutely everything now.
Canada no longer feels like my home; it's merely the place where we happen to live. If it were possible to move to Tennessee, I'd be doing a jig. I could write a novel on everything that's occurred in our lives since March of 2020...from catastrophic vaccine injuries of friends and family to the loss of decades-long friendships. But you're busy, so I'll just say this:
In our neighbourhood of Vancouver Heights, two former classmates of my daughter committed suicide in the past two years. They were around 23 years old.
The best friend of my oldest son, who was in abject despair over the loss of his job and everything that made life worth living, overdosed on drugs and died.
My sons are 25 and 23. It had been years since I'd seen either of them cry. Since the so-called pandemic began, I've seen them break down on several occasions and I cannot describe what that has done to me. The decade of one's 20s is the most important, in my opinion. And I see a generation robbed...
I often notice a haunted, almost stunned, expression in the eyes of the young people in my life. It makes me want to rail at the universe. It makes me feel rage.
Remember being in your 20s? The world was our oyster. Canada was a friendly place. We went dancing and smoked in bars and there was such a feeling of fun and possibility.
Imagine what this is like for young people... I'm 55. I had half a century of normalcy...this isn't fair. This is criminal.
In November of last year, our younger son was diagnosed with a benign tumour on his spine that required emergency surgery. I felt like I was falling...the whole universe seemed to tilt. And I was not allowed to see my precious boy at VGH because we aren't vaccinated. I snuck in through a doctor's entrance — on the second day I was caught. A group of ice-cold, inhuman, officious bureaucrats escorted me out of the hospital, admonishing me for "putting patients at risk."
I had to leave my son alone. It was a dark, miserable day in November...the whole world became alien. I felt genuinely afraid of everything: my country, the government, my neighbours if they knew our dirty secret. I drove home sobbing and felt...how to even describe it. Lost...just disoriented, and frightened, and lost.
Previously, in May of 2020, my husband's brother died at the age of 57 from cancer. Abbotsford General did not allow that man to see his wife and kids until his final hours. He was texting his wife, telling her how scared he was...my God what has become of us?
The trauma is real. I'm lucky to have a good marriage and three great kids and financial stability. Those who have lost everything live somewhere in the back of my mind all the time...the bankruptcies, the destroyed livelihoods, the global suffering of humanity for no reason whatsoever. This was never about a respiratory virus.
I could keep writing...I apologize for the rant. When I heard that you couldn't attend your son's graduation I felt like throwing something out the window. How dare they?
The cruelty is the point, in my opinion. We no longer have a government - it's a drug cartel. And our leaders seem to hate us.
The CCCA Citizens’ Hearing ended late Friday afternoon and I had intended to close by reading an emotional paragraph from an essay on moral accountability by Thorsteinn Siglausson. But I couldn’t. I was still ruminating on Dan Hartman’s story about his hockey player, all-Canadian son, who died suddenly after taking the vaccine. It was so full of hopelessness and despair, I feared if I read from an essay about accountability I would cry and might never stop. So I tucked it away — but I’ve posted it below for you. First Mr. Hartmann.
Dan Hartman’s evidence before the CCCA Citizens’ Hearing.
We have to move on. We have to rebuild our societies, reestablish our moral values and our rights, rebuild trust in science and trust within our communities. But to truly move on, we must face, understand and act on the roots of the catastrophe, and take full responsibility for the part each of us played. This is why we must not forget. We must never forget. JUNE 21, 2022/ Brownstone Institute.
Canadians should be thankful that critical thinking still lives in this great country. Preston Manning asked incisive questions about future mitigation, Susan Natsheh probed as a humane physician and David Ross continually expressed a gentle, spiritual gratitude to our speakers — whose courage I will never forget. Sonya Anderson, the organizer pulled off the impossible with great aplomb.
So when will we have the official version?