Dr. Reiner Fuellmich’s Message to Freedom Convoy

Dr. Reiner Fuellmich, lawyer and head of the Corona Investigative Committee, sends a message to Canadian #freedomconvoy truckers.

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    Group of Doctors Scientists Call for Immediate Removal of All COVID-19 Restrictions.
    Exit committee declares pandemic effectively over in Canada as it has reached the endemic stage, and should be treated as such

    By Isaac Teo
    A COVID-19 testing sign at Toronto Pearson International Airport on Dec. 16, 2021. (Tijana Martin/The Canadian Press)

    February 19, 2022 Updated: February 19, 2022
    A group of leading scientists, doctors, and policy professionals says it is time to end all COVID-19 restrictions across Canada, including vaccine mandates and passports.
    Known as the Canada Science & Policy Committee to Exit the Pandemic, the group says the pandemic is effectively over because it has reached endemic stage.
    “It’s endemic. We’re good to go on the general immunity front,” Irvin Studin, co-chair of the committee, said at a press conference on Feb. 18.
    “At the front end on COVID-19, all restrictions are, for all practical intents and purposes, to be removed expressly. Vaccination mandates, vaccination passports, masking requirements, quarantining requirements, testing requirements are to be removed expressly.”
    The group issued a national exit plan on Feb. 18, detailing how Canada can transit out of the pandemic over the next few months, with an emphasis on dropping all related mandates and restrictions immediately.
    For the immunocompromised, aged, and those with comorbidities, the group recommended early interventions, seasonal vaccination, and other treatments.
    Studin said now that the plan is ready, it will be briefed to governments and decision-makers across the country. He noted many of them have already been briefed.
    “It will help them. In some cases, they will use it outright. In other cases, they will fill in details for local realities,” he said.
    The exit committee, made up of 15 members across disciplines and all regions in Canada, was launched in January under the aegis of the think tank Institute for 21st Century Questions (21CQ).
    Among the committee’s core members are Dr. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng, a critical care physician from the Ottawa Hospital; Pierre Pettigrew, former health minister of Quebec; Thomas Michalak, professor of Molecular Virology and Medicine (Hepatology) at Newfoundland and Labrador’s University; and Alexandra Lysova, associate professor of Criminology at Simon Fraser University.
    The committee declared Canada’s pandemic officially over as of Feb. 16.
    Studin, also president of 21CQ, stressed that the removal of pandemic restrictions has to work in choreography with “eight national systems in crisis” involving COVID-19 public health, non-COVID public health, business and the economy, education, institutions, national unity, social fabric, and international.
    “If we remove restrictions for business, we still have tens of thousands of businesses that disappeared. Many businesses cannot be returned to. So it’s removal of restrictions plus the requisite energy to re-consolidate the systems and prepare them for tomorrow,” he said.
    “We want it to be understood that the exit plan is a matrix. It is not a thing or a single action,” he added.
    “If you reduce everything to just the COVID bit, which has been our intellectual collapse over the last two years, then the other systems collapse and cause even more spillover, grief, and death. So the exit from the pandemic is COVID plus, it is high energy across all the systems.”
    The committee’s exit plan is described in a matrix table that maps out the strategies for each of the eight crisis systems by Canadian region (All-of-Canada, Centre, West, Atlantic, North) and by month (February, March, April, and May 2022).
    Highlights of the exit plan in February include removing vaccine mandates for Canadians travelling overseas, ending testing requirements for Canadians leaving and arriving in the country, and dropping all travel restrictions between and among provinces and territories.
    The committee will also work alongside provincial and territorial governments to have them commit publicly not to revert to shutdowns, which hurt business confidence, and to commit to never close schools again. Students have to return to in-person schooling, and all masking, cohorting, and distancing restrictions are to be removed.
    “The university should not be mandating vaccination for students at this point at all,” Studin said.
    “There is a dark category of young people across the country that are not able to access university or sport or social settings, or camps or schools in some cases, by virtue of a decision to vaccinate or not vaccinate.”
    For long-term care settings, the plan seeks to have facilities end policies that isolate elderly patients, to increase staffing, and to encourage the return of any staff lost during the pandemic to keep a mandatory minimum staff to patient ratio for adequate care.
    Physicians will have to return to full-time in-person care, along with laid-off hospital staff returning to work to safeguard the country’s health-care system, the plan recommended.
    In March, the plan aims to achieve the reopening of all Canadian borders to visitors without restrictions, among other priorities.
    By April, sports, tournaments, festivals, play, and travel should be restored for children.
    Studin said the committee was formed to bring Canada’s medical, scientific, and policy communities together to avoid working in silos and speed up a systematic plan to exit from the pandemic.
    “We’ve worked intensively over the last two months consulting in all the sectors, all parts of the country, many specialists, government officials,” he said.
    “Even elected politicians from different parties, different parts of the country had fed in quietly to our work because everyone realized that we must exit.”
    Presented in Studin’s blog on Feb. 18, the rationale for declaring an end to the pandemic is that COVID-19 is “now highly manageable for Canada’s health and other systems.” Interventions can also now be far more targeted, and the virus is increasingly a “minor systems issue” among the eight systems identified.
    “This is consistent with the considered positions, today, of, among others, Singapore, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Spain, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway,” the blog said.

    Isaac Teo

  2. Kitty Antonik Wakfer

    Reiner Fuellmich needs to update his message to after Feb 15 when Protestors’ & Financial Supporters’ bank accounts started to be frozen & most recently with forcible entry & removal of (some) vehicles AND physical brutality in removing peaceful Protestors by Ottawa Police, RCMP, other ON police AND maybe even imported mercenaries!!
    Everything started out w/ success likely in getting Trudeau to Talk w/ Trucker Protestors. BUT Trudeau & whoever is/are backing him refusing to TALK & instead using the Gov-financed MSM to spread propaganda. The new interim Ottawa Police Chief is very willing to order his department members – permanent & temporary – to do ANYTHING to get the Protestors GONE FROM OTTAWA! And these Goons are willing to beat, trample w/ horses & fire teargas canisters at peaceful protestors.

    1. This was obviously recorded before stuff started hitting the fan. What he’s clearly saying is that the Freedom Convoy is a beautiful thing that has inspired people worldwide. I’m pretty sure anything anyone posted now would consist of a long series of bleeps, interspersed with the words “Trudeau” and “Police”.

  3. Trudeau just locked out Parliament and declared war on Canadians.
    A lot of Canadians have no rights to travel even to this day.
    A lot of Canadians have no rights except to go into a store muzzled up just to eat and that is their one remaining act of survival remaining.
    Trudeau has waged war on Canadians and his party,the NDP and Parliament are a-ok with that.
    Provincial leaders,health officials and police have all betrayed Canadians.
    It’s a horror movie and those we elected and whom serve us have failed us spectacularly.

    1. No worries, Max. Trudeau is done whether he admits it or not, and his dream of a totalitarian state is basically over before it even started. The entire world is against him, and there’s no way he can save himself. What we’re witnessing now are the last gasps of his failed leadership.

      As a cherry on top, the NDP (a.k.a. “Non-democratic Party”) is already paying the price for their foolish support of Trudeau and their anti-freedom rhetoric. They just got their asses handed to them by Scott Moe’s Saskatchewan Party in a formerly ironclad NDP riding in the province. Needless to say, the dippers and their hardcore supporters are in shock and can’t process the loss. (Their provincial leader resigned.) Guess you can’t expect people to vote for you when you recommend locking them down till kingdom come, continually prop up a petulant child of a prime minister, and then call them racist for disagreeing with you, huh? 😀 (For some people that level of thinking appears to be akin to rocket science.)

  4. Great job keeping us informed, Gord! Keep up the excellent work, and let us know when you get a Bitcoin wallet. (Sending cash through the mail seems a bit risky.)

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