ER Editor: We imagine the 6 million figure is probably far higher. The truly scary part of this stunning testimony is the reaction of other Canadians, who simply don’t see the problem. We know many such people there.
Check out this 2020 news report by John Tasker for CBC News, titled COVID-19 transmission on flights ‘extremely rare,’ Dr. Tam says.
6 Million Canadians Detained In Largest Prison In the World
Voices That Need to Be Heard
LUMA CATHERINE MALONE
I am one of over 6 million Canadians who are currently forbidden to board an airplane, train, boat or long-haul bus to travel across Canada or leave Canada.
I am one of over 6 million Canadian citizens who are currently being held as political prisoners. The walls of this very large prison are the borders and shorelines of Canada. There are vast amounts of land within the walls of this prison, so it would appear to other Canadians that we are free. But the travel ban has created walls that feel as real as the Berlin Wall once was. I wake up at night, my flight response activated, heart pounding, adrenalin running, terrified. During the day I listen to friends, neighbours and collegues talk about their recent trips to visit family in Canada or holidays abroad. Many are oblivious to the fact that I am one of the invisible prisoners. This disturbs me even more deeply than the midnight panic attacks.
What crime did 6 million Canadians commit? What laws did we break? Why must we be held captive within the borders of Canada? What danger do we pose to airplanes, trains, buses and boats? What harm might we inflict upon our fellow travellers? What havoc might we wreak upon other nations? Why have we been vilified, demonized and condemned?
I am one of over 6 million Canadians who have made health choices other than the government, big pharma and globalist agenda sanctioned drug injection program. I erroneously believed that the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is a document that protects Canadian citizens from government over reach and tyranny. I innocently believed I lived in a free, democratic country. I received a very shocking wake up call, as did millions of Canadians. Millions have also lost much more than the ability to travel or leave the country. I wonder what it will take for more Canadians to receive their wake up calls.
When the travel ban was announced in August 2021, I was sitting with my mother and sister on the backyard deck at my mother’s home in Toronto. I had flown from my home on Vancouver Island to visit my family, whom I hadn’t seen in 2 years. No drug injections, QR coded vaxports or tests were required to fly. The travel ban announcement pierced me like an arrow to my heart. I collapsed to the ground, weeping. Fear, anger and hurt that I had been silently harbouring since the onset of the plandemic, spilled out. I screamed. I raged. I voiced my heretical views unabashedly. My mother and sister listened.
I expressed how vulnerable and terrified I had been feeling since the Canadian government began to demonize the “unvaxed” and millions of Canadians fell inline like petty bullies, parroting hateful propaganda. I told them how upsetting it was to listen to close relatives condemn and denounce the crazy anti-vaxxers and freedom protesters while we sipped lemonade together at a family gathering. How hurt I felt when I was not welcome in the homes of other family and friends. My sister admitted she was afraid I would die if I didn’t get the vax. I admitted I was afraid my entire family would die because they are all double vaxed. My sister and I laughed. Then we cried. Feeling our love, care and concern for each other, tender places in my heart opened. I let go and cried even more. My mother looked on with slight puzzlement and hugged me.
My mother’s memory and daily functioning are rapidly declining with the onset of Alzheimers. She was always a critical thinker. Even though she struggles to articulate her thoughts, she knows that something is not right. Since the lockdowns and social distancing began in 2020, services, in person programs and assessments for people living with Alzheimers all stopped. She lives alone. My siblings who live in Toronto are her primary support. I live 3,500 km away. It takes 5-6 days to drive to Toronto from Vancouver Island. It takes 5 hours to fly.
My flight back home departed the day after the travel ban announcement. Not knowing if I would be able to fly again anytime in the near future, my goodbyes were heavy with gravity and finality. When I arrived back in British Columbia, the dreaded vaxpass was in effect. More mandates were piling on like heavy weights. The vilification, harassment of dissidents and discrimination against the “unvaxed” increased. I rarely ventured out into cold, inhospitable, public spaces where I was not welcome. The walls of the invisible prison were closing in stronger and tighter as the cold, dark winter nights grew longer and longer.
And then, utterly surprisingly, the Freedom Convoy broke through. It was stunning. A massive wake up call, honking and rumbling across Canada. Big and bold for all to see. I felt elated and euphoric. Surely this would ignite the hearts of millions more Canadians to stand and restore freedom and democracy. I was shocked and horrified when the Prime Minister essentially declared war on citizens who oppose government tyranny, and many Canadians agreed with his policies. Then attention was redirected to foreign wars. Now unvaccinated Ukrainians are allowed to fly on connecting flights within Canada, but unvaccinated Canadian citizens are not. Read about exemptions here
It is now April 2022. My mother’s cognitive decline continues. Her driver’s licence was taken from her when she failed a recent memory assessment. Very soon she will need to move out of her beloved home and into a senior’s residential care facility. She, too, is losing her autonomy, ability to travel, as well as many of her cherished freedoms. Every time I speak to her, she asks about my plans to come to Toronto. She emails me numerous times every week, inquiring about my flight dates. I tell her I cannot book a flight because I can not board an airplane.
She can’t understand why. Neither can I.
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Any Canadian (or foreigner while in Canada) is entitled to compensation in the amount of 10 million dollars if his or her rights guaranteed by Charter are violated.
Check the case of Omar Khan vs federal government few years ago.
I too thought the Canadian Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms would protect me from discrimination. I am bombarded with discrimination and harassment on a daily basis and somehow this is ok because of a health choice I continue to make. My husband will be travelling without me and people tell me, “well, it’s your choice”. How is discrimination my choice?
What I don’t understand is that if the government can freeze bank accounts of truckers on a whim, then why can’t people see that the government can freeze any and all bank accounts of anyone for whatever reason and infringe on people’s rights on a whim. Everyone should be very concerned about the actions of our government. If some people’s rights can be infringed upon, then all people’s rights are at risk.
Let’s not forget that people how haven’t taken the emergency jab are losing their jobs, and can’t get jobs that are within the federal government, hospitals, educational institutions such as colleges and universities. That leaves people with very little employment opportunities. Many who have dual citizenship have already left the country; those who only have a Canadian passport have no where to go. Where can we go? Where can we go to have our rights respected, have the right to employment, have the right to take the train or fly? We have no getting out of jail date.
I am no longer allowed free speech in my own country to avoid harassment. I’ve learned to simply keep my mouth shut and when I am asked “are you vaccinated?” I answer with a question such as “does it matter, one can transmit it regardless.”
I have a plan to leave and never come back. Gave my life to this country. Senior farmer.
It has been a shock to see Canada become a Gulag. There is place inside of me, deep inside of me, that explodes like an internal Mt. Etna. I don’t allow it to boil over, but it’s there.
Our overall compliant Canadian niceness has us knee deep in sheep manure and it doesn’t look like it’s going to change anytime soon.
After all the social justice lecturing, the insufferable wokeness, the fact that a segment of society for no other reason than pure spite can be hectored, banned from entering establishments, fired from their jobs, shunned and hated by their own citizens, friends, and families is something none of us will ever forget and maybe not ever forgive but you know…..Now after witnessing this abysmal example of craven and contemptible human behaviour I wouldn’t want to trade places with them for anything. Not for a plane ticket, not for their approval, not for a job back, in short there’s nothing about them that I want to be.
H, please go to the ‘source’ at the bottom of the article. There you will be able to go to the original blog site and perhaps send her this message. Best to you.
You echo the thoughts of many of us, especially the bullying, vilifying, and outright rage from those who are still and continue to “want to be” asleep. It’s hard not to become angry towards them. Sadly, it’s this compliance that has put us in this ginormous mess. I thought only kids at school could be so insensitive and cruel, and daft as heck. That was my big wake up.
I don’t travel and I don’t watch news (mostly because it is always so negative) but now I realize that all legacy media and government is corrupt to the core and all they do is lie and brainwash people. Leaders in the opposing government of Canada had their chance to speak up when the blessed truckers risked all for our freedom – yet they sat on their fat haunches and did nothing. The only one I recall, who is now out of the game, was Randy Hillier. God bless him and all the great doctors speaking truth at the convoy. The doctors on government payroll are an incompetent, corrupt disgrace. They should all be in jail, no exceptions.
As mentioned, I don’t travel and don’t go out much but I’m absolutely ashamed at what Canada has been allowed to become, mostly by its own citizens. May God help us all, especially the children and those unaware (by choice) parents who would let them get the jab. What a mess that will be. We’ve been crying out for 2 years with the truth and they just turn away and scorn us. I think every family has at least one “conspiracy theorist” (I hate that term, which illustrates how little people actually know who use it, thanks to media) who tried to open their eyes to truth. Sadly, these bad decisions they have since made rest squarely on their shoulders; how very sad indeed. Yet, they will still try to blame the unvaxxed in some obscure way. What a shameful thing.
Take good care and hugs to you. You are definitely not alone. And when can we even remotely trust the stats on the unvaxxed numbers? Since media reports it, it’s definitely not true, since if they told the truth about that, it would really derail their brainwashing. As Mark Twain aptly put it – “Lies, damned lies, and statistics.”
My comment was not a duplicate but now I have shortened it.
Yes, I am a prisoner in this country.
I shall try to get my original Dutch status back and perhaps can then leave.
Thank you for this outcry.
I am in the same position. 87 years old. I cannot go on my yearly 5 day retreat in the States in the summer.
I cannot go and visit my daughter in Florida in the winter all because I did not take the jab.
In 2 years time I have not even had a sniffle but I need to take an experimental emergency injection to qualify?
Why don’t we impeach or disqualify the leaders of this government?
This is a beautiful and tragic text. I am so sorry this is happening in Canada, many of my loved ones are suffering with you. I have fled Canada before this came into effect. My thoughts are with you.