Letters to the Editor: Friday, September 24, 2021 | Opinion
Sweden and Norway are doing it right
Sweden lifts all pandemic restrictions on its citizens effective September 29. No Swedish schools for children under 16 have been closed during the pandemic. They did not force their children or any other citizen to wear masks anywhere at any time. They did not force anyone in Sweden to be injected with vax Pfizer / Moderna mNRA in order to keep their jobs.
Swedish children aged 0 to 19 achieved 30% natural antibody immunity (latest figure available: May 2021) without receiving an injection of Moderna and Pfizer mNRA. This percentage of natural immunity will increase over time, as Swedish children are allowed their usual interactions, allowing them to contract and experience mild symptoms. No child under 19 has died in Sweden as a result of covid.
Sweden has recorded fewer COVID deaths per million population than Belgium, Italy, United States, United Kingdom, Poland, Spain, Portugal, France and 25 other countries in worldwide. (Statista: COVID deaths per million.)
Sweden has also enacted a law granting Swedish citizens financial compensation for damage to their health caused by Moderna and Pfizer gene therapy injections.
On Sep 10, Denmark lifted all pandemic restrictions, with 80% of its adult population vaxxed.
In Sweden, 74% of adults had one injection, 63% had two injections, September 29 is their day of freedom.
In British Columbia, 87% of adults received one injection, 80.2% received two injections, and our government is doing what? Well, Pfizer has announced, without any government oversight, that Pfizer mNRA injections are âsafeâ to give to your 5 to 11 year old child. We should pray that British Columbia, and all jurisdictions, refuse to have their young children experience Pfizer’s mNRA. I wonder who would volunteer to have their babies injected with Pfizer’s experimental gene therapy for “clinical trials?” “
How many children under 19 in Canada have died from COVID? There have been 15 such deaths in Canada, in total, since the pandemic was announced. Is this the reason why our young people will be endangered by this mNRA gene therapy?
Prime Minister John Horgan is cavalier about some things, during the June heat wave, Horgan coldly dismissed the coast’s 500+ casualties with, âIn life there are deaths, the heatstroke is a matter of personal responsibility. â
Will it be his attitude towards the already known dangers and questionable benefits to children of Pfizer mNRA gene therapy injections?
IH responsible for financing Pathways
Com. Julius Bloomfield believes the Pentictonites should support Pathways with their tax dollars to replace funding previously provided by Interior Health (Herald, page 1, September 22).
Interior Health has put Penticton taxpayers in an untenable position by their inability to continue funding this group. The new building at all levels of Indoor Health has proven to be a poor substitute for the programs Pathways offers to residents of this region.
Bloomfield’s motion wants the city to explore a shared fundraising model. Now, if this model includes RDOS taxpayers on a cost per population basis, the motion would become acceptable.
While Bloomfield sees the need, as I’m sure we all do, the Pentictonites should not be expected to bear the costs.
Surely Pathways provides services to the entire community in the region. As such, it seems to me that it is the responsibility of the board to ensure that the costs of operating Pathways are distributed throughout the community based on population. People are drawn to a community that provides the services they need, so the residents of the area will come here for services.
Another project is the major public asset review in Penticton; the destruction of the Memorial Arena in the heart of Penticton; the construction of twin ice rinks to increase sports facilities.
Again, these sports facilities are used by the locals. They are not for the exclusive use of the Pentictonites. The installation of twin rinks will also host non-rink sports activities during the summer season. The construction of brand new amenities in Penticton is expected to include RDOS taxpayers. It is not acceptable for the people of Penticton to subsidize the RDOS taxpayers.
Get involved, it’s your city and your taxes.
Polio vaccination has relieved mothers
I remember when I experienced the polio epidemic in the UK with two of my playmates who found themselves in shackles. I remember the relief of terrified mothers when the vaccine appeared and we all lined up at school to receive it.
In my day, vaccinations were given in schools and parents had little to say.
I am horrified to witness serious objections from mothers with children in arms to the expert medical advice we are receiving and I thank the government for its efforts to irradiate COVID.
We are fortunate that we can recover from COVID; however, if another terrible affliction were to reappear, putting their children in shackles, would they stand up and claim their rights?