Alberta's new premier says unvaccinated people are "most discriminated against group that I've ever witnessed in my lifetime"
Upon taking office on October 11, Marlaina Danielle Smith, the new premier of Alberta, advocated for
the rights of unvaccinated Canadians whom she says faced "unacceptable" discrimination throughout the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) scamdemic
In her very first news conference, Smith, who was officially sworn in as the 19th prime minister of Alberta at a ceremony in Edmonton, took aim at the tyrannical policies of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who turned our neighbor to the north into a massive concentration camp.
"Fully vaccinated" Canadians were allowed to do all sorts of things that unvaccinated Canadians were prohibited from doing. It was a two-tiered system of freedom that openly discriminated against people with natural immunity as opposed to the damaged immunity generated by Fauci Flu shots.
There was quite a bit of tyranny specifically in Alberta as well. At one point, all deaths, no matter the cause, were being labeled as "covid" deaths
to falsely justify the ongoing system of discrimination against the unvaccinated.
"The community that faced the most restrictions on their freedoms in the last year were those who made a choice not to be vaccinated," Smith said.
"I don't think I've ever experienced a situation in my lifetime where a person was fired from their job, or not allowed to watch their kids play hockey, or not allowed to go visit a loved one in long-term care or hospital, or not allowed to go get on a plane to either go across the country to see family or even travel across the border."
Smith promised to never let another scamdemic trample Albertans' rights
Smith went on to say that in the entirety of her lifetime, she does not recall ever seeing a group of people be more discriminated against than the unvaccinated, some of whom faced hellish treatment on a day-to-day basis.
"That's a pretty extreme level of discrimination that we have seen," Smith said. "This has been an extraordinary time in the last year in particular, and I want people to know that I find that unacceptable, that we are not going to create a segregated society on the basis of a medical choice."
You can watch Smith speak about her plans in the below video:
Within the next three months, Smith has promised to "shake up the top tier of the health system," according to Global News
. She also plans to amend provincial human rights laws to ensure that nothing like this ever happens again.
Over the past two-and-a-half years, Smith added during the ceremony, Albertans went through "so much" as it is, including the testing of their rights and freedoms.
"I will ensure as head of this government that those rights and freedoms are protected and will never be taken for granted again," she assured her constituents.
Time will tell if Smith holds true to her campaign promises, which centered around human rights protections for the unvaccinated. Part of that "shaking up" mentioned above also includes firing the top brass at Alberta Health Systems, the government-run provincial health system.
"When they fail to meet targets and fail to meet direction, you change the management," Smith said about this process. "And so that's what we're going to do."
As the oppressive systems of covid tyranny are systematically dismantled by freedom fighters like Smith, we will keep you informed of the latest at Pandemic.news
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