More Canadian Propaganda:
Hyping H1N1 Vaccine Scarcity
Opposition parties in Canada are having a field day hyping the
scarcity of H1N1 vaccines and long line-ups in an effort to create
a sense of urgency, panic and promote the polarization of political
Yesterday the opposition Liberals pounced on the government in
question period, accusing it of mishandling the H1N1 pandemic.
Carolyn Bennett demanded to know why there is a shortage of vaccine
that is pushing back the date that healthy Canadians can get inoculated.
The untested Arepanrix
flu shot will do nothing but harm the health of Canadians,
but the issue is still under debate.
"It comes at the perfect time to boost liberal confidence
for the 2009/2010 federal election," said political analyst
Isabelle Poulin. "They know this a serious issue for Canadians
and they have to publicize it as much as possible to make people
angry and spark debates over issues that really don't really exist."
Meanwhile, major media outlets such as the Toronto Star and its
web portal healthzone.ca are doing their best to promote long
line-ups and waiting periods to get a vaccine that nobody wants.
the government continues to stuggle to counter myths, recent
polls have shown that more than 55%, and others close to 65% of
Canadians do not want the vaccine.
and glitches, the use of ticket
systems to shrink line-ups and truly pathetic videos such
as those from Star photographer Steve Russell are examples of
how low the mainstream media will stoop to promote panic for a
vaccine that Canadians are just not interested in.
Notice below how Russell emphasizes that the line-ups started
at 4:30am, yet the woman speaking in the video states "I
was surprised that nobody was here." The title of the video
was "Vaccination lineup starts early."
Again, in the video below, Russel attempts to obtain a favourable
response after emphasizing the 6am arrival time of a woman whose
situation simply required her to work around her father's schedule.
Unfortunately, she was getting the vaccination for her two children.
The title of the video was " Vaccination lineup at Toronto
Despite assertions by health officials that people would only
need one shot, the Canadian government ordered 50.4 million
doses of the H1N1 vaccine for a population that does not exceed
34 million. Yet highly populated provinces like Ontario seem to
have trouble accessing just 5% of the stockpile even though Ontarians
make up almost 40% of the Canadian population.
How can this be? A majority of Canadians are now aware of vaccine
dangers and do not want the shot. This was obviously not a very
well planned assumption of health officials. So the federal government
has conspired with provincial bodies and media outlets to introduce
the idea that the vaccines are scarce to essentially create a sense
of urgency and panic.
News images of long lines, political debates and controversial public
discussions that surround the issue are just part of this hoax being
perpetrated around the world. It is not that the vaccines are not
available or accessible - it is precisely the opposite. The vaccines
are in such abundance and there is such a lack of public cooperation,
that a psychological mainstream media operation is needed to draw
more people to vaccination clinics.
The veil of deceit is getting thinner as Canadians are awakening
to government control mechanisms. As more people become aware, the
attempt to obtain greater control will increase, but the promotion
of line-ups and artificial scarcity is a good sign that things are
starting to fall apart for the controllers.
For Truth Continues Coverage of H1N1 Vaccinations