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Covid Mandates in Canada Quietly Extended – Again


OPINION. As you’ve been watching mandates and restrictions being reigned in across many states in the US, there was a quiet outlier that you probably did not see.

By Jeff Hays, Revealedfilms.com

Instead of seeing the changing tides and scaling back heavy-handed public health mandates, the US federal government opted to extend its National Emergency declaration.

The government of England just announced a complete about-face on most, if not all covid mandates.

Many of the provinces in Canada have announced a retreat of covid mandates. Yet the Canadian federal government on Monday night voted to move forward with its historic use of the Emergencies Act.

Enabling the federal government, in part, to target the livelihoods of any and all who have supported the protests across Canada.

Even worse, they voted against even creating a plan that would give clear benchmarks and guidance for ending mandates and restrictions on its citizens.

This smattering of various requirements, regulations, mandates, and restrictions across the globe only does one thing…

It further diminishes the public’s confidence in public health agencies and government bureaucracy.

Somehow they are all “following the science”, yet taking very different paths forward.

What do you think? Is this extension of federal powers a decision based on an abundance of caution, or is it something more disturbing? I’d love to hear your thoughts.

By Jeff Hays, Revealedfilms.com

Jeff Hays is a filmmaker and a serial entrepreneur. He’s best known for Fahrenhype 9/11 (2004), a response to Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11, and On Native Soil (2006), a documentary focusing on the passionate demand of the surviving family members of 9/11 victims for an official investigation into the 9/11 attacks. This documentary, which was narrated by Kevin Costner and Hillary Swank was short-listed for an Academy Award in 2005.

Hays’ recent health documentary releases are “Bought”, “Doctored”, “Undoctored”, “Rigged 2016” and the “GMO’s Revealed” and “Vaccines Revealed” series programs.


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Mopping Up
Mopping Up
24 februari 2022 kl 01:03

Konvojer och demos – som verkar mycket omfattande i Italien – med strejker – kommer nog inte acceptera denna Dragi bluff – vi får väl se….
Verkar som de har målet att få bort hela regeringen och kanske mer.
Korruptionen är stor i Italien (och även övriga Europa) men bättre än det här borde vara möjligt.
Hur omfattande är dessa konvojer – demos – strikes – någon som vet….?

Mopping Up
Mopping Up
24 februari 2022 kl 07:40


EXPLAINED: How Italy’s travel rules change in MarchAs Italy has announced it will ease Covid travel rules for non-EU arrivals from March, here’s a closer look at how the restrictions are set to change.
From March 1st, the rules for arrivals from outside the EU will be simplified, Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza announced on Tuesday.

Non-EU arrivals will no longer need to show both proof of vaccination against or recovery from Covid and a negative test result.
Either a vaccination certificate, recovery certificate or negative test result will be sufficient for entry to Italy from that date.

The rules once you’re in Italy
The change from March 1st applies only to the rules when entering Italy. Travellers should be aware that a different, stricter set of measures is in force within the country.
Italy has recently expanded the use of its domestic ‘green pass’ proving vaccination, testing or recovery.
So, even though you may enter Italy with just a negative test, once you’re here you’ll need to be either vaccinated or recovered to access everything from hotels and restaurants to public transport under rules set to stay in force until at least March 31st.
The so-called ‘basic green pass’ (green pass base) obtained via a negative swab is restricted to shops, public offices and hairdressers, for example. Therefore, it’s not enough for travelling to Italy for tourism and all that entails – like staying in hotels and dining in restaurants.
Boarding a train or domestic flight in Italy is not currently allowed without proof of vaccination or recovery.
There are no restrictions for tourists travelling to the independent states of San Marino and Vatican City once in Italy.

Mopping Up
Mopping Up
24 februari 2022 kl 00:06
Josef Persson
Josef Persson
23 februari 2022 kl 21:16


Det är viktigt med rätt språkbruk!

Länder som inte har råd, eller har resurser till advekata IVA platser har alltså råd med “detention camps”.

Koncentrationsläger för oliktänkande och inget annat.

Var i he___ har det visat sig effektivt med koncentrationsläger för att stoppa en smitta. Tyskarna använde ju cyklon B för att försöka bli av med tyfus, funka det bra?

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