The Toronto Star calls for massive violations of Charter rights


The Star compares mandatory vaccination to mandatory conscription during the Second World War, which "put a generation of our beloved young people into battle to face certain injury and death." But forcibly injecting Canadians with a substance that has not undergone long-term safety testing, to defend against a virus that has far more in common with the annual flu than with the Spanish Flu of 1918, is the polar opposite of what our soldiers fought and died for, which was the preservation of Canada as a free society.

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