Julius Ruechel πŸ™‚ Profile picture
History doesn't repeat itself, but it often rhymes. Also on Gab and Minds as @JuliusRuechel
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18 Sep
This thread is for everyone fighting vaccine mandates in the workplace:

strongandfreecanada.org/employees/ has released a toolkit and detailed advice on how to proceed. They are partnered with @JCCFCanada, Lawyers 4 Truth, and @TimeToActCanada

Their toolkit includes a series of letters that you can use to send to your employer. In my opinion, it is the best letter I’ve seen to date to put pressure on employers and set up a clear stage for lawsuits in the event that they don’t back down. strongandfreecanada.org/employees/

Also, check out the FAQ page on the Justice Center’s website (jccf.ca/mandatory-covi…) They are a non-profit and provide legal services free of charge. Their FAQ provides very thorough advice.

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13 Aug
Book burnings in Germany began in 1933. It wasn't b/c paper was offensive. It was abt stopping ideas & information. It was abt preventing me from hearing what you think.

& it was abt silencing the counter-chorus that can defuse an evolving hysteria.

Censorship is a violation of both speaker & listener.

But worst of all is the echo chamber it creates. When dissenting voices fall silent, hysteria magnifies itself, unchecked, escalating to ever greater extremes.

1933 led to 1938, which led to 1945

Today's delete button is every bit as dangerous as yesterday's book burning.

Do not take this lightlyπŸ‘‡

Because the deadly forces that have been set in motion are now being insulated from criticism, allowing the hysteria to feed on itself.

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3 Aug
Most people are not incapable of thinking for themselves, they are AFRAID to think for themselves.

Most people are not unable to see the problems with the narrative. They are AFRAID to trust themselves over the persistent drone of the "experts".
We face a crisis of confidence. And everything about our society reinforces that crisis of confidence.

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23 Jul
1/x You have a right to protect yourself. You do not have a right to take away someone else's rights and freedoms to do so. Your rights end where mine begin and vice versa. This principle is the basis of ALL liberal democracies.
2/x πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦'s Charter does NOT allow govt to suspend Charter rights and freedoms without FIRST passing the Oakes Test in a court of law in which ALL evidence is weighed. This was NEVER done. These public health measure are unlawful.

Ignoring legal principles does not make it right.
3/x Reasonable measures to protect health do not include:
- eliminating public debate
- media acting as a propaganda arm for govt
- suspending court access via evasion tactics
- limiting right to protest
- ignoring informed consent
- coersion
These are symptoms of tyranny.
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21 Jul
Pay attention Canada, here it comes. Bill 36 is the bill that criminalizes wrongthink in Canada. And the police are all over it.

A few excerpts are in order to show you how grim this is about to get:
β€œIn πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦we don’t have anything regulating speech,” said Statham. β€œUnder Sec. 2 of our Charter Of Rights our freedom of expression is protected. So there is no such thing as free speech in Canada, only freedom of expression.”

AKA - freedom of expression is not freedom of speech
Bill C-36 would define hatred as β€œthe emotion that involves detestation or vilification and that is stronger than dislike or disdain.”

I'm old enough to remember when crime was about actions, not words or emotions.
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14 Jul
A thread: The Revolt in Quebec's medical community has begun.

"We're over 100 per cent occupation and we have less than 50 per cent staff available."

Hysteria has consequences. Let's see how govt gets out of this self-created mess.
For context, there are only 54 COVID patients hospitalized in QC today. The trough between the 2nd and 3rd wave (end of February) bottomed around 500 concurrent hospitalizations.

Healthcare collapse is not b/c of COVID patients, it is because of staff leaving.

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26 Jun
RE: Dr. Francis Christian's dismissal:

If you use the WayBack Machine you can see that the WHO changed the child vaccination message on their page sometime during the day on June 22nd.

From the bold "Children should not be vaccinated for the moment"

... to the wishy-washy "More evidence is needed on the use of the different COVID-19 vaccines in children to be able to make general recommendations" ... "suitable for use by people aged 12 years & above. Children aged between 12 and 15 ...
"... who are at high risk may be offered this vaccine"

What Dr. Francis Christian's during meeting was correct based on previous day's WHO statement - the WHO's message changed sometime mid-way through June 22nd, only hours before the College of...
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2 Jun
A thread on why lockdowns kill:

The fantasy of "flattening the curve" completely ignores the reality of seasonality. There is no flattening because only the height, but not the width of the curve is affected by slowing the spread. Seasonality determines the width.
The two COVID waves (Winter of 19/20 and 20/21) are clearly visible in this chart of weekly deaths. Seasonality is obvious. And there is ZERO evidence of flattening the curve. Waves did not get "fatter" than previous years.
Here's what really happens... each peak is blunted by delaying the number of infections required to reach herd immunity. Those infections are delayed until the next winter season, or the next.
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6 May
Where are outbreaks happening in Canada?

How dangerous are they in each setting?

What does it tell us about protecting the vulnerable?

What does it tell us about gyms, schools, restaurants, and living life in general?

A thread:
The largest outbreaks, based on cases/outbreak, are community spread (i.e. there is less chance of big outbreaks in schools, restaurants, gyms & even LTC than just living life in general). These facilities do not produce more CASES than living life in general.
Setting may not impact cases, but does impact deaths. Vulnerable people (weak immunity, pre-existing conditions) are in LTC & hospitals. Outbreaks elsewhere produce cases but almost no deaths

Outbreaks in schools, gyms, restaurants or community at large are largely irrelevant
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9 Mar
Every vax should be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

COVID-19 vax is a NO for me, both because of evidence and on principle. Here are the 13 reasons why I'm not taking it:

1. I'm not at risk (less dangerous than flu)

2. Long term trials not done

3. Short term trials exclude many categories

4. Not clear it works

5. Increasing signs of unacceptable risk & side effects

But equally disqualifying are the principles being broken by health authorities, which are clear violations of Charter Rights.
6. Rolling out a vax before knowing all short & long term side effects for all ppl is unethical & illegal. Govt needs to be taught a lesson to prevent this ever happening again.

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