Govt is using masks and vaccines as ‘tools of control’: rising Canadian political star Sloan
The Conservative leadership hopeful blasted mandatory vaccines, masks, and govt-imposed COVID restrictions.
(LifeSiteNews) – Conservative leadership hopeful Derek Sloan came out blasting government-imposed COVID-19 restrictions as “overreach,” saying masks and vaccines have “become tools of control” and not “enhancers of health.”
The Member of Parliament (MP) for the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) made the statement in an email message sent to his followers on Monday titled “Is Trudeau gearing up to impose mandatory vaccines?”
“Too many people in power have had a taste of greater power and are now embracing the idea of ruling over us, rather than governing,” Sloan wrote. “In the hands of such people, things like masks and vaccines become tools of control, not enhancers of health.”
Sloan went on to say that “now more than ever” is the time to “speak out against government overreach that uses this public health crisis as a cover to ‘temporarily’ remove liberties that will never be restored.”
In the email, Sloan referred to the fact that in June the federal government under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau placed an order for 37 million sets of syringes along with bandages and disinfecting wipes from the Canadian branch of the medical company Becton Dickinson.
In late July, the federal government ordered 38 million more syringes.
On August 5, the Canadian government signed COVID-19 vaccine deals with Pfizer and Moderna for their respective mRNA-based coronavirus vaccines.
In the email, Sloan suggested that the federal government ordered so many syringes because they might be planning on “mandating” a coronavirus vaccine.
“But if a COVID-19 vaccine is produced, is the Liberal government planning on mandating it? Is that why those syringes were ordered?” Sloan wrote.
“Whether or not the Liberal government is planning on making a COVID-19 vaccine mandatory is a very serious question we need to start asking. … By the end of October, when delivery is promised, Canada will have enough syringes to give every Canadian two doses of something, and it isn’t hard to imagine what they are anticipating that might be.”
The Trudeau government announced in May that Health Canada approved the Chinese-made coronavirus vaccine Ad5-nCoV to be used in human clinical trials in Canada. However, Ad5-nCoV has yet to be used in human trials in Canada, as its shipment has been hindered due to Chinese customs delaying its delivery to Canada. Ad5-nCoV was co-developed by the Beijing Institute of Biotechnology and the Chinese firm CanSino Biologics Inc. (CanSinoBIO)
On May 12, Canada’s National Research Council (NRC) announced a collaboration with CanSinoBIO to test and develop Ad5-nCoV in Canada.