Has 1930s Germany been revived in Canada? It appears so.
But this is incredible:
Even more outrageously, these are like black sites — their locations are secret and people kept there aren’t allowed to know WHERE THEY’VE BEEN IMPRISONED.
So the police are taking men and women off the street and transporting them to secret locations they are not permitted to know.
Does that sound too hard to believe?
Well, it’s true. Canada only disclosed the location of one black-site Covid Prison due to a freedom of information act request.
The location of a secret COVID-19 quarantine site operated by Justin Trudeau’s government has been released to Rebel News by the Government of Yukon through a freedom of information request. The fourth floor of the Coast High Country Inn in Whitehorse has been occupied by Trudeau’s government, while the remainder of the hotel is being used by the territorial government.
A contractual agreement between the Yukon government and the Government of Canada shows that the feds demanded that the “location is being used for Federal Occupants” and that it should be treated as “confidential and that this information not be used, disclosed or otherwise communicated.”
A woman was sexually assaulted at one of these secret black-site Covid Prisons.
Because, of course. If you’re running black-site prisons which you are bizarrely keeping secret from the public, people are going to get the idea that it’s Thunderdome.
When the government behaves as if there is no law except the Satanists’ commandment, Do What Thou Wilt, pretty soon many citizens will do likewise.
Don’t worry, that can’t happen in the US. In the US, illegal aliens crossing the border get full freedom. It’s US citizens who are kept in prison.
In Quebec City, Canada, the state has the ability to force people who test positive for the coronavirus into isolation at a secret location if they are deemed “uncooperative,” according to Dr. Jacques Girard, who heads the Quebec City public health authority.
During a portion of a press conference exclusively translated by RAIR Foundation USA, Girard discussed an instance where patrons from a particular bar were told to wait for test results for the coronavirus. The patrons disregarded the orders and went to other bars before the test results came back positive, which led to them being taken and forcibly placed into isolation by the state.
Girard presents as a mixture of being proud of his power to force citizens who are “uncooperative” into isolation, and coy about the details of that isolation.
“[W]e may isolate someone for 14 days,” Girard explained during a press conference. “And it is what we did this morning…forced a person to cooperate with the investigation…and police cooperation was exceptional.”
Girard explains that if a person is told to stay in isolation, public health officials have the right to go to their home to make sure they comply. If not, the state can pick them up and force them to comply.
“Because we have had people isolated at home. And then, we saw the person was not at home. So, we went to their home, and then told them, we are isolating you where we want you to be.”
Watch a local news report on Bar Kirouac, which is being blamed for dozens of positive coronavirus cases:
Six other Quebec City bars “known to have been frequented by Kirouac regulars” are now being examined by public health officials. It should be noted that it is not being claimed that anyone is actually sick from the coronavirus. But the state has the power to force a citizen into isolation anyway.