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Alberta Ends Public Heath Orders After Court Loss

By Karloff follow Karloff   2021 Aug 3, 7:20pm 407 views  8 comments           share      

https://rumble.com/vkorz0-freedom-fighter-court-victory-ends-masking-shots-quarantine-in-alberta.html

Regular Joe fights the system, and wins! So far, anyhow. Looks like his adversary is being swapped with the Crown.

They fined him $1200 for public appearance violating health orders. He demanded they show evidence that proves they have isolated Covid as part of his defense. Health minister cannot.

I'm sure they'll regroup and come back at this guy, but in the meantime, all the orders are dropped. They can't quarantine you even if you test positive now.
1   Patrick   2021 Aug 3, 9:57pm  

Excellent news!


original link
2   NuttBoxer   2021 Aug 4, 9:37am  

This is the second documented instance of public health agencies failing or refusing to provide proof covid was ever properly isolated. First was in Ireland.
3   HunterTits   2021 Aug 4, 10:06am  

Karloff says
They can't quarantine you even if you test positive now.


Quarantines are never supposed to be imposed upon the healthy anyway.
4   HunterTits   2021 Aug 4, 10:28am  

Ok, what freaks me out from all this isn't the tyranny. That is a backed good in the entire system at this point.

What freaks me out is that the people in the government who we expect to have SOME modicum of competence with regards to handling a pandemic, but they don't.

So we are all fucked if a real pandemic occurs.
5   Shaman   2021 Aug 4, 11:06am  

HunterTits says
So we are all fucked if a real pandemic occurs.


That’s always been the case. You’re on your own in the event of an Act of God. Or even An Act of Mass destruction. We live in a dangerous world and your death is 100% certain (at some point). Plan accordingly.
6   Patrick   2021 Aug 4, 12:52pm  

HunterTits says
Quarantines are never supposed to be imposed upon the healthy anyway.



Is this a law somewhere, or just good policy?

Either way, it's being grossly violated.
7   Karloff   2021 Aug 4, 1:47pm  

A bit of a downer on this case. It was mentioned that this case had nothing to do with the removal of the orders and that it was done as Alberta had reached it's vaccination target numbers instead.
8   NuttBoxer   2021 Aug 4, 11:11pm  

Karloff says
A bit of a downer on this case. It was mentioned that this case had nothing to do with the removal of the orders and that it was done as Alberta had reached it's vaccination target numbers instead.


Podcast or article? I couldn't find any primary sources proving correlation except the podcast. The articles I saw were all pro-slavery, just railing against the government for removing the restrictions.

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