Political fallout continues despite shuttering of WE’s Canadian operations

The demise of WE’s Canadian operations won’t take the heat off Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over his government’s decision to hire the charity to run a now-defunct student volunteer program.

NDP MP Charlie Angus says WE’s announcement Wednesday that it is shuttering its Canadian operations only underscores the lack of due diligence done by the government before handing administration of the program over to an organization that was evidently in financial distress.

Two months before the government gave the contract to WE in late June, Angus notes that the organization had laid off hundreds of staff and replaced almost its entire board of directors, which had been denied access to the charity’s financial reports.

Angus says WE was “desperate” and cashed in on its connections to Trudeau, his family and his former finance minister, Bill Morneau, to persuade them to pay the organization to run the student service grant program.

Trudeau himself has been a featured speaker at half a dozen WE events and his wife, mother and brother have been paid hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years in expenses and speaking fees.



Australian Government Department of Health has no record of a “COVID-19 virus” isolated from any human on the planet





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Australian Government Department of Health has no record of a “COVID-19 virus” isolated from any human on the planet

Vaccine manufacturer Pfizer already starting to pre-blame “anti-vaxxers” for why their vaccine isn’t stopping the coronavirus

In what is clearly a preemptive strike against Americans who will try to exercise their right not to be infected with an experimental coronavirus vaccine, the head of big pharma Pfizer, which is in the competition to develop a COVID-19 shot first so the company can rake in billions, is already blaming ‘anti-vaxxers’ in case it fails.

Albert Bourla warned Sept. 8 that anyone who doesn’t get a coronavirus vaccine will become a “weak link” and will allegedly become responsible for the virus’ continued spread (speaking of which, how have those lockdowns and business closures worked out to keep the bug from spreading?).

So much for allowing some herd immunity to take effect.

CNBC provided more details: 

Bourla, whose company is in late-stage testing for a potential inoculation, said he understands the public’s concerns about vaccines, which are being developed in record time. He said Pfizer will only request authorization from the Food and Drug Administration after data shows that its vaccine is safe and effective. 

But he also said people who decide against taking the vaccine once available “will not only affect their lives.”

So, in order to be a Big Pharma CEO these days, you also have to become the lead salesperson too, apparently.

In an interview with corporate-owned NBC, Bourla said people who don’t get his company’s vaccine “will affect the lives of others because if they don’t vaccinate, they will become the weak link that will allow this virus to replicate.”

Earth to Bourla: We’ve had a flu vaccine for decades and we have to make a new strain every year because (wait for it) influenza replicates, adapts and changes. 

It’s a virus. That’s what they do; they survive. And if we keep everyone on perpetual lockdown without giving the novel coronavirus the chance to burn itself out, then it will stay around a lot longer.

CNBC had to get into the ‘anti-vaxxer’ bashing as well.



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