Coviditarianism: Counter-sociological Theory and Resisting Totalitarianism (Part 2)

Without the help of the rising priestly caste, the hunting chieftain could never have achieved the engaged powers and cosmic authority that attended his elevation to kingship and widened his sphere of influence.

                        Lewis Mumford, The City in History

We should not accept the official, and “expert”, debunking of ordinary ways of thought. While popular habits and attitudes can be presented as a compound of prejudice and self-interest, so can official and expert views.

                        James Kalb, The Tyranny of Liberalism: Understanding and overcoming                                       administered freedom, inquisitorial tolerance, and equality by command

What has in fact happened during the past half century is that the bulk of power in our society, as it affects our intellectual, economic, social, and cultural existences, has become largely invisible, a function of the vast infragovernment composed of bureaucracy’s commissions, agencies, and departments in a myriad of areas. And the reason this power is so commonly invisible to the eye is that it lies concealed under the human purposes which have brought it into existence.

                        Robert Nisbet, Twilight of Authority

Introduction to Part 2

I argued in Part 1 of this essay that in spite of the evidence of authoritarian personalities such as Lenin, Hitler, Justin Trudeau, Klaus Schwab etc, a theory of totalitarianism is incomplete if it solely focuses on the charismatic leader. What of the people, or at least the 1/3 third of fence-sitters and the other 1/3 who seek solace and security in the arms of governing terrorists? In addition to the top-down and bottom-up theorizing of totalitarianism, what are the techniques that accomplish a totalitarian order? Finally, if theory is of any use, it must be put to the test, so what responses are possible to defeat totalitarianism?

Democratic totalitarianism

Well, what do I mean by coviditarianism? As with Nazi Germany which used medical hygiene, tyranny and scapegoating of Jews to establish the Third Reich, we are on a global scale witness to a similar dynamic in which the cult of biomoral hygiene rationalizes the full spectrum dominance by the State.[2] The State, however, cannot and does not operate alone, neither in its use of force nor the propagation of ideology. It requires collusion and a merger with other social sources of power such as the corporate and rentier class, the intellectual clerisy (i.e., college/university professors), the cultural intelligentsia (i.e., journalists, filmmakers, artists, novelists and poets and teachers) and the technical intelligentsia (i.e., ‘independent’ scientists and technologists).[3]

But, what of so-called ‘civil society’? One obviously cannot have totalitarianism without the complicity of the masses of the people. Hence, ‘participatory totalitarianism’. However compliant are the masses, they are not dupes. It may be said that some of the 2/3 of them are careless, contented, eminently manipulable, lazy, indifferent, trusting, unaware, unthinking or wreckless in their refusal to be vigilant, but not stupid. There are rational reasons, and even a biological imperative as a ‘herd’ animal, for the irrational complicity of most. This point does not contradict my earlier agreement with Jack D. Douglas’s statement that there is a socio-genic imperative toward freedom. Rather, it is that paradoxically for the majority, ‘freedom’ is pursued within the confines of the cage offered by their ‘keepers’. Thus thinking that they are free, the staunchest defenders of totalitarianism are the people themselves.

In spite of the socio-genic imperative toward freedom, what is remarkable about human beings in the context of administratively configured social formations (i.e., State-based formations), as noted by Oliver Cox in Race, Caste and Class, is their facility to forbear the most hideous social conditions of caste, slavery and abject degradation. But this tolerance is not indefinite as revealed by the rebellions of Spartacus, the Zanj, the Albigensians and Cathars, Denmark Vessey, Louis Riel, inter alia, and ultimately, the Haitian Revolution. One need not go as far as these, for we are reminded by James C. Scott in Domination and the Arts of Resistance that where power is arbitrary and vicious in its exercise, dominator and dominated know something about each other. What they each know is their interdependence: power is negotiated and qualified by the majority who are ignorant of their power by ‘playing fool to catch wise’ and ‘in the presence of the King, bend low and fart (silently!)’. Rulers having a sense of their obligation, too, play their part.

Some scholars have noted that the tables might be turned without upending the game. Though overly gynocentric, heteronormative and historically sweeping in its claims about women’s ‘oppression’, Vern and Bonnie Bullough’s point account in Women and Prostitution: A social history is apt. They argue that prostitution is “…an outstanding example of the perverse resilience of human beings, since women, including prostitutes, have turned their sexual subordination into a weapon that allows them in turn to victimize men”.  It would seem that Oliver Cox was not wrong, but only on the surface. He accepted the appearance of things as other than what they were, for even in obedience there is resistance!

But what happens when the move toward totalitarian control is impelled from the bottom up? Not in the form of individual resistance, but as insistence for the expansion of State authority? As I noted in my first blog entry, “Canada’s COVID Coup”, this may be called “participatory totalitarianism’. Others, such as J. L. Tallmon in The Origin of Totalitarian Democracy, call this process in complex State-based social formations, “totalitarian democracy”. The point is made by none other than Albert Speer, for a time a devotee and key administrator for Adolf Hitler.  Jack D. Douglas quotes Speer’s own words from Inside the Third Reich. In the cold light of reflection, once the euphoria of the irresponsible pursuit of freedom at the expense of others revealed itself in the bitterness of loss, truth was revealed:

But as I see it today, these politicians in particular were in fact molded by the mob itself, guided by its yearnings and its daydreams…The mob determined the theme. To compensate for misery, insecurity, unemployment, and hopelessness, this anonymous assemblage wallowed for hours at a time in obsessions, savagery, license. This was no ardent nationalism. Rather, for a few short hours the personal unhappiness caused by the breakdown of the economy was replaced by a frenzy that demanded victims. And Hitler and Goebbels threw them the victims. By lashing out at their opponents and vilifying the Jews they gave expression and direction to fierce, primal passions.[4]

Under a state of socialistic mob rule, not even Hitler, as Robert Nisbet points in The Quest for Community, could compel underlings to increase the amount of his military pension. Clearly totalitarianism was total!

While crises and shocks give vent to the psychology of the need and fulfillment for a moral community to exercise communion to scapegoat Others and pursue blood lust to actually and ritualistically destroy harmless enemies, there are historically specific peculiarities to contemporary totalitarianism. Unlike Europe’s medieval past when the determinants of economic crisis (i.e., inflation) were dimly comprehended in Europe, Jews and witches were ready to hand as scapegoats. So, as noted by Cornelius Christian of that time period in “The Political and Economic Role of Elites in Persecution”, both clergy and the nobility held up outgroups as scapegoats to direct the wrath of the masses away from themselves. Today, however, when the ‘principles’ of the market are well-comprehended, as is the psychology of mob-scapegoating, shocks of one sort or another are, as noted by Charles Tilly, either induced, fomented or not deterred to produce crises. Such crises are the shocks which generate fear, which in turn justify both top-down and bottom-up totalitarianism. As Robert Higgs points out, the State produces the fear it is eager to assuage – of course, for a price – ever tighter restrictions on freedom and liberty to more effectively contain revolts from below should ever the masses figure out that their complicity is the key to totalitarianism. This, indeed, is the playbook found in the Rockefeller Foundations Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development, and, before this, another equally nefarious plan of action called Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars, An Introduction Programming Manual. The point of both is to create ‘shocks’ that ratchet-up the public’s clamour for ‘protection’.

What the lords of the polis learned over the past 100 years – largely from the paid-for ‘social espionage’ produced by the captured enterprises of anthropology, political science, psychology, social-psychology and sociology – is that a populace can be goaded, herded or induced by terror into believing the ‘benefits’ of ‘safety’ on the plantation outweigh the risks of small government and taking chances with traditional institutions. With the 19th Century Prussian statesman, Otto von Bismarck, modern ‘Welfare Statists’ learned that the offer of ‘care’ and ‘security’ to the masses, for the price of obedience to their betters, could strengthen the grip of rulers. The knowledge clerisy, the likes of Gustave LeBon, Hobart Mowrer, Ivan Pavlov, B. F. Skinner and others showed that individuals and masses could be manipulated through fear inducing signals. For example Francis A. Boyle, drafter of the “Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989”, shows in Biowarfare and Terrorism that the incident preciptating the passage of the PATRIOT ACT was an inside-job calculated to lower the resistance of politicians and the public to increased central government control. Clamour for the protection of the State induces of its own accord the majoritarian belief that all must be subject to Rousseau’s anti-democratic and totalitarian “General Will” – administered, of course, by centralized government. For what it is worth, given his anti-Blackness and support for the slavery of peoples from Africa, Benjamin Franklin’s admonition is worth keeping in mind: “Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety”.

Totalitarianism and the destruction of competing allegiances

Totalitarianism has existed for an infinitesimally part of the natural experiment called humanity. It emerged more than 5000 years ago with the first States based on absolute authority of divine monarchy. This fact is well-attested by a wide range of scholars such as Jack D. Douglas, Michael Mann, Lewis Mumford, James C. Scott, Pitirim Sorokin and Richard Trexler. What marks the distinction between the social predation and parasitism of conquerors from totalitarians? The distinction between Narmer, Ashurbanipal, Alexander the Great and his generals, Genghis Khan or the English Marcher Lords on one hand and that of Lenin, Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin or FDR on the other is not physical force, but the all-important factors of bureaucracy, technic (which includes ideology) and technology. The evidence in support of this claim is that old-style conquerors of nations, clans and tribes are at some point absorbed into and become one with the people they conquer. And, where they hold themselves off as a distinct strata, they are effectively parasites living off the host and make no effort to insinuate themselves into the people’s psychology of the interstices of their lives. It is one thing that such conquerors often did not last past two or three generations. But, more important to the argument I am making here, is that as long as the conquered remained sedentarized and paid their tax-tribute to the old-style parasitic totalitarians administrative bureaucracy remained small and the people were essentially left alone.

Though, to be sure, the captured herd were occasionally subjected to brutality and exploitation, there were three-saving graces. First, escape into nomadism was possible. (To some extent within totalitarian regimes nomadism remains possible, but it is now called ‘homelessness’ – a fact which frustrates centralizers). Second, while there were ‘legibilizing’ technologies such as censuses and land tenure systems to map the herd, innovations brought into being by the centralizing administrative States such as citizenship and nationalism, birth and death certificates, the concept of context-free individual, social security IDs and so on enables the administrative totalitarian State to do what the predatory State could not previously do: penetrate into the interstices of collective and individual life. This development seems the historical specificity of the post-Feudal European States of the 16th Century. Now trapped within the technocratic cage of the internet, algorithms today present a quality of unmatched surveillance and control manifest in the Social Credit System and CBDCs that would shock previous totalitarian. We are on the precipice of a reality. Offered by dictator’s such as Justin Trudeau, we can read the polar opposite into the claim that “The Fourth Industrial Revolution will not be successful unless it creates opportunities for the billions who are unable to be here today more opportunity”.

Finally, as noted by Robert Nisbet (see below), theoreticians of totalitarianism such as Plato, Thomas Hobbes and Jean Jacques Rousseau bitterly complained about autonomous social institutions (e.g., boroughs and towns, clans and tribes, families, guilds, religious institutions, self-help associations and universities etc). What was the problem? “Partially blind” as James C. Scott called it in not being able to fully legibilize (e.g., catalogue, document, fix, track, trace) all members of the herd, the administrative totalitarian State was obstructed from directly imposing itself on individuals. The State, as David Nesbit points out in The Quest for Community and Twilight of Authority, had to compete with other authorities that offered discipline, protections and which were rewarded with the affection and loyalty of individuals bound and committed to context and tradition. What had to be done? How could the State become total against its competitors?

First, the State had to create the individual who was committed to individualism and who would defend the State. Jack D. Douglas argues that both the rights-bearing citizen and the Nation are products of the post-16th Century welfare-warfare State and not, as is widely believe, the reverse. Second, largely with the aid of the intellectual clerisy, the State disparaged as irrational, outmoded and stultifying context-bound situations, folklore and tradition. Antonio Gramsci in his screed against competing and encrusted barriers to State power condemned custom, folklore, old wives tales, the common vernacular, other-worldly religion and traditional ‘wisdom’. These were to him, and others, both liberals and socialists, evidence of ignorance and irrational prejudices encapsulated by the disparaging term “common sense”, as opposed to “good sense”. Finally, combing points (1) and (2), by actively suborning or destroying competing sites of authority through outright ideological and practical warfare in the form of welfarism, the individual lay fully exposed to the absolute authority of the State.

Of course, there were other factors: such as standing armies and police who, on behalf of central authority sold protection to the newly recognized individual and citizen – at the price of tax-tribute. The ‘Welfare State’ and the ‘Warfare State’ are, therefore, indistinguishable. Following the reasoning of Robert Nisbet, the point is that what distinguishes the gap between totalitarians such as Plato and Rousseau is neither theory nor time in the march toward full spectrum dominance, but rather ideology, imagination and technical capacity. Karl Popper in The Open Society and its Enemies cites Plato’s The Laws as follows:

The greatest principle of all is that nobody, whether male or female, should ever be without a leader. Nor should the mind of anybody be habituated to letting him do anything at all on his own initiative neither out of zeal, nor even playfully. But in war and in the midst of peace, to his leader he shall direct his eye, and follow him faithfully. And even in the smallest matters he should stand under leadership. For example, he should get up when, or move, or wash, or take his meals…only if he has been told to do so…In a word, he should teach his soul, by long habit, never to dream of acting independently, and to become utterly incapable of it. In this way the life of all will be spent in total community. There is no law, nor will there ever be one, which is superior to this, or better and ore effective in ensuring salvation and victory in war. And in times of peace, and from the earliest childhood on should it be fostered – this habit of ruling others, and of being ruled by others. And every trace of anarchy should be utterly eradicated from all the life of all the men, and even of the wild beasts which are subject to him.

To his credit, Plato at least allows that individuals can teach themselves. But Rousseau, who stands on Plato’s shoulders, allows no such latitude. Under his schematic, as noted by Robert Nisbet in The Quest for Community, if individuals are to be free from context, ignorance, superstitution and tradition they must be forced to be free. It is an interesting irony: people are forced to be free, but in doing so they are made slaves by the wise legislators of the Welfare State.

It is tempting to take for granted the apparent benefices of the Rousseauean ‘social contractarian State’ (or that of the Hobbesian ‘Leviathan State’). Outlawing dueling, which justified the State’s monopoly on physical violence, and the establishment of public ‘education’ were but two instances of emerging totalitarianism. Public schooling was and remains important for cementing the ideals of liberalism (all things and persons are equal, except when determined by the State) and the idea of the necessity of centralization and planning. This is called technocracy. It was actively propagandized starting in the 1930s, especially in the United States, and is now so pervasive it is no longer noticeable, In truth, it was merely an updating of ideology of Henri Saint-Simon and Auguste Comtean to make a religion of science and planning. Writing in reaction to the technocratic push, conservative scholars like Nisbet point out that centralized authority and liberalism were attained and sustained by an attack on clan, tribe, regionalism and, behind these the family. Why? These were alternative sites of authority which offered to individuals their own benefits and rewards, at the price of discipline, duty and loyalty. Where there not benefits to ‘freeing’ the individual? After all, as Marx argued, “The tradition of all dead generations weighs like a nightmare on the brains of the living”. So how should people be made free?

In Discourse On the Origin and Basis of Inequality Among Men (1755), Rousseau made the case that the State and the people are one: “…the interest of the Sovereign and that of the people must be single and identical”. In order to achieve this absolute unity, the context-bound and disciplining effect of the family, with all its conflicts, contradicts and yes, happiness, comes in for withering assault, as do voluntary allegiances such as guilds and competing regional sovereignties. Here the claims of feminists that fathers are despots and the ‘patriarchal’ family is the site of women’s ‘oppression’ and ‘slavery’, and, must on this count be destroyed to establish “…a society in which everyone is cared for[5] is neither new nor revolutionary. Rousseau’s followers also such as Auguste Comte, much in advance of Marxists-Leninists and liberal feminists, long ago advocated for the abolition of the family. In any case, Nisbet outlines Rousseau’s recipe for destroying the family as follows,

The family should not be granted the all-important duty of education, for too great a responsibility hangs in the balance. The traditional educative function should be transferred from the family to the State, so that, as Rousseau states it, the ‘prejudices’ of the father may not interfere with the development of citizens.

Lest it be forgotten, Rousseau was neither a father nor a husband, but only a child who abdicated the estate of those responsibilities. What merit should Rousseau’s admonition hold screams to be answered by liberals and Statists (whether Left or Right).

In any case, it is less important what happens to the father and more so that the father – in the personality of the wise legislator and her/his administrators – becomes the State! The brutality of the family courts towards fathers and husbands, for example, becomes explicable as part and parcel of the totalitarian project. What the State-as-father shows is that contrary to the feminist myth that the State is modeled on the ‘patriarchal family’, we see in Rousseau that the ‘patriarchal family’ is instead a threat to the State.[6] This fact goes a long way to explaining the totalitarian logic in the ridiculous screeching about “toxic masculinity”, except of course on ‘Remembrance Day’. What we are witness to is an attack on fatherhood and males, which, paradoxically, amounts to an attack on motherhood and women (see below). Far from liberating women from the burdens and oppression of the ‘patriarchal family’, the State is now ‘pater postesta’ (dictatorship of the father). And, he is cruel husband if ever there was one!

Under the protective rule of the ‘paternal’ State in its marriage with the mother, childbearing mothers are made into milch cows through the effective nationalization of the family. With the services of drones (e.g., fathers), childbearing women are reduced to wombs that breed generations of canon fodder for the military, commodified labourers for production, and, commodifiable and killable lumpen masses for fear-inducing industries and producing.[7] If people think they are free, ever were and can pressure the government to give them ‘their freedoms back’ this shows just how effective has been the propaganda of liberalism and belief in the Hobbesian Leviathan State. In abrogating the disciplining and protective functions of fathers in families, which in part constitutes their threat to the totalitarian State, feminists, both the malevolent technocratic types[8] and the naïve who believe the royal road to women’s liberation is State intervention, are complicit with the enslavement and miserable condition women are in,  in this our totalitarian dispensation.[9]

Sociologists, despite that their bailiwick is group dynamics and social interaction, have managed to divorce the individual from the basic unit of social analysis – the family. In truth, their preoccupation I with promoting individualism, not the integrity of the individual. This is because they are technocrats for the liberal and Welfare-Warfare State. Removing the individual from context of the family by slight of hand, except where the family is pathologized as a site for the brutalization of women and children to be ‘abolished’, the fundamental unit of social analysis is made invisible. As far as the neutered-father family is concerned, the totalitarian State is enlarged in sociological propaganda as advocate, friend, protector, savior: beware of Greeks, or more appropriately sociologists, bearing gifts! What is concealed in all this is that the family, until the ‘discovery’ of romantic love in the 19th century was sustained not by affection and love, but rather, as Robert Nisbet reminds us in Twilight of Authority, “…duty, obligation, honor, mutual aid, and protection [which] have been the key elements”. What does it mean the family, whatever, its variety, is under attack by the centralizing State? Where is the evidence and how is coviditarianism, along with transsexualism, transgenderism and medically assisted dying (MAiD) examples of it?

The spectacle of children and adults, including pregnant women, being forcibly held down and medically battered with injectable poison, or, physicians coercing children against their will and that of their parents are the results of the abrogation of the family and voluntary associations. This precedent means the Rubicon has been crossed and anyone can be forcibly ‘vaccinated’, or, if the totalitarians think it too troublesome, they will simply “vaccinate” through shedding-designed therapeutics, spiking food with mRNA products, and, if they wish, transhumanize by spiking our water to make us morally compliant with administrative diktat. In all this, the assault on the family, and especially on our children, is one of the most appalling and galling manifestations of totalitarianism. State administrators and their little Eichmanns and Mengeles and jackbooted thugs not only have unfettered access to the individual, they have total access to our children’s minds and bodies. A concrete instance of State intervention in the family is with prime minister Justin Trudeau and various medical officers of ill-health, such as Bonnie Henry in British Columbia, encouraging children, as young as five years old to forego their parents’ consent to submit to a bioweapon masquerading as a ‘vaccine’. Though there is much gas-lighting, backtracking and lying by the likes of Justin Trudeau, the tape does not lie! Uninformed Consent is an excellent documentary. It not only lays bare the outrages of Canada’s coviditarians, but eloquently bears witness to the terrible suffering wrought by misplaced confidence in government.

Indeed, Canadian law legitimates the oxymoron of “mature minors”. With that, children can ‘consent’ to: a) make the decision to submit to medically assisted suicide or be ‘volunteered’ for such by a parent; b) chemically and surgically alter the expression of secondary sex characteristics (transsexualism); c) redefine their gender (transgenderism); and d), if the corrupt globalist United Nations has its way, they will be able to have sex at any age, with anyone else of any age[10] – all without the intervention of pesky parents. Should parents seek to intervene to assert the priority of their authority to educate and protect their children at vulnerable stages from State-sponsored mental confusion and violence, home schooling will be abolished as the British government is attempting to do. And, should parents seek to ensure the physical wellbeing of their children NOT to be exposed to tainted spike protein laced blood, their children will be removed from them and subjected to medical procedures irrespective of the wish of the parents – as was done in New Zealand.


The solution to the abject totalitarianism that is in front of us goes beyond scapegoating Donald Trump or Jair Balsanaro. It goes beyond including ‘fearless leaders’ such as Jacinda Ardern, Justin Trudeau, Joe Biden, Mark Rutte, Christine Legard, Ursula Von der Leyen and Rishi Sunak and others. I am persuaded by Robert Nisbet and conservative sociologists that totalitarianism is not so much a problem of right or left politicians, but more the destruction or subordination of natural or voluntary associations that can challenge, reduce and resist the unfettered reach of the administrative State to achieve ‘public welfare’. In this logic: the individual can be destroyed, must be destroyed and is destroyed in order to save the individual (for uses by the State). Elena Louisa Lange points out that under myths of ‘the common good’ and ‘care’, no one is safe and all are destroyable by this logic.

At this point working against the grain of professional sociology, which is complicit with totalitarianism, endeavoring to formulate a coherent theoretical perspective on totalitarianism, and, practically, figuring out how to live, love and find joy in life while resisting coviditarianism, I am grappling with two urgent questions.

First, if the State created the individual and the nation, but individuals and nations are redundant in the drive toward one world government, does this not mean that individuals and nations are redundant? This point is well-attested by Zygmunt Bauman in Liquid Modernity, who though clearly ambivalent, favours the globalist approach though to ‘order’. In that book he seems cavalier about the scale and scope of mass global killing that this implies. He seems to correct himself somewhat in Wasted Lives: Modernity and Its Outcasts, where he faces up to the potential wiping out of the bottom billionth but not much more than that. To comprehend and contemplate the magnitude of murder – the wiping out of billions – both cognition and language fail; but not, evidently, the imagination and mechanisms available to those intent on culling the herd, such as the usual Malthusian suspects who call themselves “The Good Club”.

Second, if the drive for freedom is a biological imperative within the human species, how might genuine freedom be attained against 2/3 of the population that prefer slavery? Russell Brand, is one among the leading advocates of the old idea championed by Robert Nisbet that decentralization, diversity of living and renewed florescence of voluntary associations are preconditions for individual and group liberty, freedom and the good life. At the heart of all criticisms of totalitarianism is the recognition that one of the great dangers of centralized authority, beginning with standardized weights and measures, is the standardization of the human personality. To this end, Brand continues to raise the value of decentralization that not only preceded the State, but has functioned alongside it as a force of adaptation, creativity, discipline and restraint. Brand makes his case in conversation with Joe Rogan and Cornel West.

But as complex as the resistance to totalitarianism is, I cannot help but think that to study the theory and history of totalitarianism is a necessary part of that resistance. My journey has only really just begun, though in truth all my years of reading on the topic now seem purely ‘academic’ in nature. But then again, I think it was really a quest to explain to myself why I am organically non-compliant. As is the case with this post, there will be missteps and errors in analysis and historical account. Clarity and correction of analysis can come about through discussion with persons of differing opinions toward the goal of theoretical and practical resistance to totalitarianism. For all the totalitarian implications of Antonio Gramsci’s disparagement of custom, tradition and “common sense”, what is deathly to totalitarianism is not only the reinvigoration of allegiances and loyalties other than the State, is the boon to liberty that arises from independence of thought and judgment about what is good and what is not:

…[I]s it better to work out consciously and citically one’s own conception of the world and thus, in connection with the labours of one’s own brain, choose one’s sphere of activity, take an active part in the creation of of the history of the world, be one’s own guide, refusing to accept passively and supinely from outside the moulding of one’s personality?

We must neither confuse nor conflate the individual with individualism. The latter is consumerism, homogenization, quietism and an indispensable aid to totalitarianism. The former is the freedom not to conform to the type, and, in the process, to raise the ethical and moral standard of what it means to be human. In The Condition of Man, Lewis Mumford puts it this way:

Man’s life differs from that of most other organisms in that individuation has become moe important to him than strict conformity to type: he participates in all  the characters of his species, and yet, by the very complexity of his needs, each individual males over the life-course of the species and achieves a character to become a person. The more he organizes his environment, th more skillfully he associates in groups, the more stantanly he draws on his social heritage, the more does the person emerge from society as its fulfillment and perfection. But that process is never finished. Every other animal but man is a complete representative of his species: man remains the unfinished animal.

The words of Charles Bukowski – “Your life is your life, don’t let it be clubbed into dank submission” – gives fresh urgency to be aware of the biological imperative of the human animal’s indomitable will to freedom and liberty, if humanity is to be/remain human.

Finally, let me repeat the point: the rights-bearing individual is a creation of the State, and, the State has no fear of the individual in pursuit of individualism as each expresses their individuality to consume. To defeat its competitors – the Church, the guild, the free town, self-help associations and the family etc – the State offered freedom from the responsibility of custom, duty, obligation and tradition, which could no doubt be onerous and brutal. The clock cannot be turned back to the days when the State was weak, which, Jacques Ellul reminds in The Political Illusion disparaged as the ‘dark ages’. In my opinion, if we are to develop a coherent theory of totalitarianism, our preoccupation ought not to be solely with the examination of the totalitarian State directly, but on that which its propagandizers fear reveal its emptiness and impotence: the family, voluntary associations and local and regional government equal to the central governing authority. ‘Let a thousand flowers bloom’, but with weakened centralized authority!

[1] This essay is inspired and livicated to my friend’s five and two year-old daughters. Brilliant, beautiful and curious, they deserve a world where they will thrive rather than enslaved, controlled or murdered by officer-holders of a global centralized State.

[2] Chock full of interesting and relevant citations, the first chapter of Richard Miller’s Drug Warriors and Their Prey    offers an excellent and succinct summary of how the Nazi’s legally weaponized biomoral hygiene to establish the cult of totalitarianism. Significantly, since it is wrongly presumed that totalitarianism is always a top-down propagandistic dynamic. As shown by Jacques Ellul in Propaganda and Jack D. Douglas in The Myth of the Welfare State, what makes totalitarianism total as a form of social existence is that it is impelled by the masses terrified by actual or perceived loss and, thus, craven to be insulated from the risks of life (i.e., ‘safety’).

[3] I am not here making a ‘prediction’ of either massive ‘systemic’ failure or the end of the human species. Neither of these is a guarantee, though either or both, are without resistance very probable. The question of which way the ‘probability’ goes rests with whether the socio-genic refusal of indominitability can head off either probability. Given the technological means for outright destruction or the slow death of the species through the anti-evolutionary imperative of a monotonous ‘transhumanism’, increased probability of misfortune, merely because the means for it proliferate, may give way to certainty. In The Myth of the Welfare State Jack D. Douglas invokes George Santayana’s warning of the ‘iron law of history’ that those who refuse the lessons of the past are doomed to repeat its failures. It can hardly be said that any self-inflicted terminus of the human species is a ‘failure’.

[4] There are examples of Covidian tyranny resisters who are unaware that they harbour the seeds of totalitarianism within themselves. While I do not for a moment contend Albert Speer and the audience of the Kim Iversen show are morally equivalent, I do suggest the merit of the analogy. A large number of her subscribers and audience reacted angrily to her March 24, 2023, discussion with Richard Wolff. Questioning the wisdom of her decision to speak to a “communist”, some threatened to unsubscribe. While I have serious reservations about Wolff’s persistent sociological structuralism (e.g., capitalism is a ‘system’) and commitment to planned economy, which is functionally no different from the planned Ponzi scheme at present, the imperative of those on the right to engage in counter-cancelling should alert them to the limits of so doing. Thus for example, Ben Shapiro, who styles himself a proponent of ‘free speech’, lambasted me as an egg head ‘woke’ professor for writing my essay “How Hollywood’s ‘Alien’ and ‘Predator’ movies reinforce anti-Black racism”. Aside from his anti-intellectualism is his bad faith; for, as an Ashkenazi Jew, Shapiro should know well that 20th century totalitarians and others, as shown by David Livingstone Smith, dehumanized the Other as not only ‘animal’ and subhuman but also non-human. The danger here is that right wing ideologues who presume themselves to be arbiters of free speech and truth imagine their brand of totalitarianism is other than what it is.              

[5] Roxanne Dunbar put the matter liberating women, abolishing the family and securing the State as pater postesta  thusly:

 How will the family unit be destroyed? After all, women must take care of the children, and there will continue to be children. Our demand for full-time child care in the public schools will be met to some degree all over, and perhaps fully in places. The alleviation of the duty of full-time child care in private situations will free many women to make decisions they could not before. But more than that, the demand alone will throw the whole ideology of the family into question, so that women can begin establishing a community of work with each other and we can fight collectively. Women will feel freer to leave their husbands and become economically independent, either through a job or welfare.

[6] In Sex and Conquest Richard C. Trexler makes the same point as Nesbit, but arrives by a different route. He argues that we cannot separate State formation and the emergence of private property from sex and sexuality, especially both sexual conquest and ‘penetrative penality’ directed at males. Thus, he argues,

It has long been a truism that the family is the foundation of the state, but, in fact, reflecting on the developments of…[homosexual conquest of males and ‘penetrative penality’]…persuades us that  those relations between males that begin in gangs and continue in these first homosexual marriages already provide the foundation for the state…Only once power relations between men are established in these first homosexual marriages is property addressed in a later heterosexual marriage.

 True it was, Trexler admits in agreement with Gerda Lerner, that the first States emerged as slave holding enterprises and that women were the first slaves. But, even from citations provided by Lerner on the emergence of slavery, this was possible ONLY because the fathers, brothers and all other male relations of the first (female) slaves were not only murdered, but were sexually savaged in the process. From this point onward, the State always eyed the authority of fathers with tremendous jealousy.

[7] With the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution in swing, future Statists may have no need for mothers as such. À la The Matrix and Stars Wars Clone Wars, children will be grown in vats en masse as needed, fitted for specific roles, and, presumably with the will-to-freedom ‘crispered’ out of them.

[8] Two examples are: first, the misandrist genocidal screeds of Valerie Solanas’s 1967 SCUM Manifesto (The Society for the Cutting Up of Men); second, and more recently, Jenny McDermott’s who argues that because women are raped and murdered by men, and, because, as the embodiment and representation of ALL women, “I am sick of being a baby factory that produces more men”, “we need to kill all men”, “kill all male babies” and “kill any man you see”. As to rape, victims of murder and genocide, the evidence does not bear out feminists who say the quiet part out loud, that boys and men must be killed en masse (see Tommy J. Curry’s “Foreword” to my Appealing Because He Is Appalling and Augusta DelZotto and Adam Jones’s “Male-on-Male Sexual Violence in Wartime: Human Rights’ Last Taboo?”).

[9] I do not feel a need to defend myself against spurious charges that I advocate the ‘oppression’ of women. 

[10] Bearing in mind the discussion about children and the abrogation of parental authority, the report states on pages 21-22 that:

…sexual conduct involving persons below the domestically prescribed minimum age of consent to sex may be consensual in fact, if not in law. In this context, the enforcement of criminal law should reflect the rights and capacity of persons under 18 years of age to make decisions about engaging in consensual sexual conduct and their right to be heard in matters concerning them. Pursuant to their evolving capacities and progressive autonomy, persons under 18 years of age should participate in decisions affecting them, with due regard to their age, maturity and best interests, and with specific attention to non-discrimination guarantees.

What better way to screen globalist pedophiles from accountability.

Coviditarianism: Counter-sociological Theory and Resisting Totalitarianism (Part 1)

A PERSISTENT MYTH throughout history – one that seems to perpetuate itself in society after society, no matter how often proved wrong and no matter at what cost – is that a populace can be forced to behave as rulers see fit.  – Harold E. Pepinsky and Paul Jesilow, Myths that Cause Crime.

Everywhere totalitarians rule today, they do so only by an unrelenting war of mythical agitprop and terrorism against truth the human spirit; and everywhere the wisest, most courageous and most decent human beings wage an unrelenting guerilla war against them and seize even the slightest chance to escape or to launch desperate attacks on them. – Jack D. Douglas, The Myth of the Welfare State

Radicals who believe that they can separate the task of developing a theory from that of changing society are not in fact acting without a theory, but with one that is tacit and therefore unexaminable and uncorrectable. – Alvin Gouldner, The Coming Crisis of Western Sociology 


This post is my effort to think through what totalitarian is in the medical tyranny, oncoming digital slavery and legalized lawlessness. Largely because professional sociology has fulfilled the totalitarian vision of Auguste Comte, I am alarmed that history is not repeating itself but that it never stopped being totalitarian. I have had, therefore, to reach back into the hazy past of sociology when there was real interest in freedom and diagnosing the processes of totalitarianism. What I am seeing now is that the discipline is marching in ‘lockstep’ with the cult of vaccinology and supplying governments with the technocratic methods of social control rather than applying its tools such as ‘moral panics’, ‘stigma’, ‘scapegoating’, ‘ceremonies of ritual degradation’ and critiques of bureaucracy to resist totalitarianism. 

Professional sociologists have ever been prostitutes, seeking financial reward and entry into the halls of power, with only the most troublesome – like C. Wright Mills, Alvin Gouldner, Martin Nicolaus, Dusky Lee Smith and Sidney Willhelm – offering a counter to the modern-day Comtean ideologues. I have had to read back into the 20th century, especially the work of ‘conservative’ sociologists such as Jack D. Douglas and Robert Nisbet to get a handle on the conceptual tools and theoretical perspectives to help me interpret and resist the unfolding dystopia. I do not agree with everything they have to say, especially in this instance Jack D. Douglas. But as said by Dr. David Martin, one of the key individuals resisting omnicide and totalitarianism, ‘creativity takes priority over consensus’. 

There will be much to disagree with in this post, but it is my own creative endeavor to make sense of the normalization of sociopathy, legalized lawlessness and State-sponsored racketeering. But I write this post for two other reasons: 1) to encourage ‘common sense’ anti-totalitarian theorizing, not least among sociologists, that takes theory seriously by demystifying it and 2) to alert those resisting totalitarianism to be on guard against the counter-revolution that lurks within our own efforts. As a matter of my opinion, this post is not a rigorous survey of the vast literature on totalitarianism. 

One will not find any reference to Hannah Arendt’s work The Origins of Totalitarianism: this is not because it is not important, but because its concern is psycho-political and its preoccupation too historically specific (i.e., the 20th century, Nazi Germany and Russia). One would think from Arendt that totalitarianism is a problem of ideologies, personalities and grand politics that were alchemical components distinct to the 20th century rather than the racketeering and parasitic social enterprise over which coalitions of power blocs contend to dominate – the centralized management of human affairs – which we call the State. This is a problem – the State – ascendant and dominating at one time and in retreat at others, that emerged over 5000 years ago. Totalitarianism, thus, I contend is not a problem of the 20th Century, but the core contradiction and paradox of ‘civilization’. I do not intend this as a refutation or quarrel with Arendt. But I want to suggest that based on highly specific reading, resistance to totalitarianism might be best served by overstanding the processes effected by individuals and blocs once the State – centralized authority – is brought into being and must sustain itself, or more correctly must sustain the interests of social parasites who offer protection, for a price.

First, I sketch the ‘problem’ CoVID-induced totalitarianism in the age of legalized lawlessness. Second, I reflect on the role that theory ought to play in the resistance to totalitarianism of all forms. Third, I offer an opinion on democratic or participatory totalitarianism. Finally, before concluding, I outline what is most salient to totalitarianism – the destruction of competing associations for the allegiance of the individual.

This essay will be posted in two parts: first with the Introduction, Parts I and II, followed by Parts III, IV and the conclusion.

The ‘problem’ of (modern) totalitarianism

The prime minister of Canada openly expressed his “admiration” for China’s “basic dictatorship”. Directly or indirectly, Justin Trudeau is touched by scandal, after scandal, after scandal, after scandal, after scandal, after scandal, has perjury to his credit at the faux Emergencies Inquest. He is now tainted by the out-and-out lying, gaslighting and double-speaking that he did not force anyone to get ‘vaccinated’. Corrupt, pompous and an inveterate liar though he is in just about all things, we should take Justin Trudeau at his word on the point of admiring China’s dictatorship. It is not simply that he says the quiet part aloud; rather, his boundless hubris, greed for power and trust-funded narcissism makes him indifferent to even the pretense that he is other than a dictator very much in the mould of Shih Huang Ti – China’s first emperor. So much as Justin Trudeau a penchant for dictatorship that he is poised to give away Canada’s national sovereignty to another dictatorial regime, the Bill Gates funded (owned?) WHO and its so-called Pandemic Treaty.

Famously, not until Adolph Hitler turned the same trick, Shih Huang Ti, that impresario of centralized authority, autocracy, and, shades of Justin Trudeau’s Bill C-21 citizen disarmament skullduggery, criminalized the possession of weapons excepting his forces of predation. Through rigorous censorship of the arts, the emperor criminalized all forms of public expression and thought that did not conform to his own. Justin Trudeau is seeking to accomplish the same by rewarding the compliant corporate news media (with tax-payer dollars) and through Bill C-11, the internet censorship bill

While Shih Huang Ti was the State personified, Justin Trudeau he is consiglieri to the cabal of WEF/bureaucratic deep state ideologues, the info-tech-unintelligence-military industrial complex, the rentier-philanthrocapitalist caste, kleptogarchs (i.e., ‘oligarchs’), politgarchs (i.e., plutocrats) and bankster and corporate predators for whom the real-life Dr. Evil, Klaus Schwab, is happily the front. Indeed, happy to lord what seems his absolute power over Canadians, Justin Trudeau relishes using the brute force of the State that his transnational handlers allow him. 

What is important to comprehend is that while Justin Trudeau is an authoritarian personality through-and-through, citizens who resist tyranny must not reduce totalitarianism to the charismatic personality of the tyrant. After all, was not Adolph Hitler a devotee of Henry Ford and were not the Nazis aided and abetted by the likes of the Carnegie corporation, Henry Ford, Thomas Watson, Prescott Bush, John D. Rockefeller Jr and the Wall Street set? Such collusion is well documented by Anthony Sutton.

Equally important to comprehending totalitarianism are two other things. First, the modality for its expression is in the form of the State, whose governors always proclaim to ‘help’ by centralizing power and expanding the dead weight of a non-productive and sycophantic quasi-autonomous bureaucracy. Second, there are humanistic and post-humanistic ideas (i.e., humans can be improved, even technologically) and processes which generate dependency and unfreedom (i.e, the destruction/subordination of competing authorities and loyalties such as guilds/unions, the family and the nation through the force of persuasion and the persuasion of force – Antonio Gramsci, an authoritarian in sheep’s clothing, called this “hegemony”).  

Guided by a great spiritual awakening, resistance to tyranny and conscious intent to build human and humane communities, people around the world are resisting wickedness in high and low places. Zbigniew Brzezinski, both architect and representative of national and global totalitarianism – which is in effect a nascent super-State – saw this coming and attempted to warn his fellow globalist predatory cabal and their minions in government, the private and the philanthro-capitalist sectors. From “Major foreign policy challenges for the next US President” Brzezinski tells us that:

For the first time in human history almost all of humanity is politically activated, politically conscious and politically interactive. There are only a few pockets of humanity left in the remotest corners of the world that are not politically alert and engaged with the political turmoil and stirrings that are so widespread today around the world. The resulting global political activism is generating a surge in the quest for personal dignity, cultural respect and economic opportunity in a world painfully scarred by memories of centuries-long alien colonial or imperial domination.

So if this is the problem, what are totalitarians to do? Brzezinski answers: “To put it bluntly: in earlier times, it was easier to control one million people than to physically kill one million people; today, it is infinitely easier to kill one million people than to control one million people”. Do not mistake him, however: he is not presenting his ilk with a choice. His solution, rather, is to do both: kill and propagandize. So, what are people to do except what the awakened critical mass of individuals in Canada, the Netherlands and France and elsewhere are doing? Resist, of course, because in the totalitarian drive toward slavery there is no distance between the individual in face of imperial command and the forces of coercion. But, without a serious engagement with theory  are pitfalls built into the resistance to totalitarianism? 

What is the role of theory in the development of an anti-totalitarianism consciousness?

At present, I think totalitarianism is the most potent concept we have to make sense of the manic grab for absolute power by a global misrulers and their administrative minions in various State bureaucracies. The attainment of uniform dominance – both global and local, down to the cellular level of the human being as averred by Yuval Noah Hariri and Klaus Schwab – by an openly secret government cannot be undertaken without the willing capitulation of 1/3 of the propagandized populace. The CBDC digital plantation and the digitization of everything will not on its own be enough. It is not the conviction of the propagandized that will make or break the brief attainment of full-spectrum dominance before it all comes crashing down under its own weight or before the human species is wiped out in the process. It is instead, I think, that some of the 1/3 of undeciders and fence sitters who typically go along to get along will become awakened and join up with the critical mass of the 1/3 of dissenters to free humanity from the parasitic grip of one world government. But how will this happen without theory, especially an empirico-historical account of totalitarianism? 

No conscious action occurs without theory. And, all theory is either action in process or a mind experiment. To be ignorant of theory guiding one’s action is to be ‘free’ from the responsibility of correction that comes with the consciousness that to avoid insanity as averred by Einstein – doing the same over and over again while expecting a different result – one must be self-conscious about theory. Why do I make such a forbidding statement on theory and what has this to do with totalitarianism?

First, we live in an anti-intellectual culture that judges theory in the sciences differently from that of the social disciplines. I do not think this is seriously debated. The result is that we are socialized to value and extol the virtues of theory in the sciences, largely because of: 

  1. the intensive training necessary to attain highly specialized and technical ways of knowing and ‘producing’ facts
  2. the utility of science and technology is directed and given value by the State and corporate interests and 
  3. because science is the most revered sect of the post ‘renaissance’ religion of secularism. 

‘Science’ has come to attain its cult status, not because it is free from context and is self-determining. It is rather that, as Maurice Cornforth notes in The Theory of Knowledge, the fusion of the State, commercial and the knowledge clerisy take the “leading part in the general development of science…[and place]…definite conditions and limits upon the development of the ideas of science”. Hadron colliders and the specialized equipment of laboratories requires the wealth of the nation’s expropriated by the State to serve the State. 

It is easy to dismiss the idea that science is context dependent and culture bound rather than laissez faire, dancing to the beat of its own drum. That is until one realizes, as noted by Lewis Mumford in Technics and Human Development, that “Hero of Alexandria designed a windmill to work an organ, and later, steam was generated to work an organ bellows, long before either force was used to pump out mine [or pick cotton]”. More still: the Kmtans (Egyptians) calculated the distance to the sun in the metric system which was stolen by Napoleon; the Hindus of the ancient Indus Valley calculated the mathematical weight of the atom (which is the name for an Kmtan god); the Arabs and Persians gave us our numerical system, revolutionized optics and optometry among other things; and, as Cedric Robinson reminds us in the Preface to Black Marxism, the vast technological contributions of China and pre-Indian subcontinent were pilfered by the Europeans to launch the age of European global conquest. The Kantian and Hegelian claims that ‘Asians’ are a fossilized culture wants for evidence. Indeed, not only does the history of science suffer from arrogant Eurocentrism and chronocentrism (the present is an advance on the past), the very idea that the Chinese and Japanese are stealing ‘our’ technology is none but fair turn around.

Second, in contrast to the virtue of science heroically undertaken by the long-suffering lone scientist, social theory is imagined as arid wind-blowing and the abstruse speculations of the remote professoriate. In addition, there is the general assumption that the ideas of the professional thinker, arrived at by systemic reflection, is as equally good as the haggard parent making dinner because both cannot live without thinking thoughts about social interaction. No less than the ‘great’ intellectual, ideologue of power, war criminal and arch globalist, Henry Kissinger, thought so when he argued that conflict among academics is as great as it is because of the narcissism of their petty differences. 

By no means is this sort of anti-intellectualism universal. The French, as opposed to the English, for example, have long accorded intellectuals a specialized place of esteem, even popular esteem, in the culture. But the point I want to make is other than this. It is that ‘social science’ since given birth in the 19th century by founders such as August Comte, Immanuel Kant and Adolph Quetelet, all of whom were (natural) scientists by the way, imparted the ideology and appropriated mechanical, not to mention messianic, rhetoric of science. Their aim, as noted by Friedrich Hayek and Alvin Gouldner, was to legitimate the utility of social ‘science’ as a modality for technocratic social management in aid to the governing caste. Whatever latitude is granted to scientists as long as they do not reach beyond their guilded cage, this is not so the case with social ‘scientists’ propagandized by the cognitive prison of totalitarian ideology from kindergarten onward (see brief discussion on ‘public’ education as a vital modality for totalitarianism) to perpetuate the propaganda of the Kleptogarchs and their ilk. 

My point is that without a sound grasp of theory, those of us consciously ‘committing sociology’ to resist totalitarianism cannot afford to treat theory carelessly. Without anti-totalitarian theory and testable hypotheses, we cannot explain the unreconstructed sociopathic scientists who are granted State-sponsored unqualified immunity, Nuremburg be damned, to develop bioweapons, mass sterilization technologies, somatic and neural control technologies at a distance, kill-bots, targeted neurocognitive-nanotech weaponry to kill without a trace and, of course, to kill or modify behaviour en masse by spiking water and food. Nor, without a theory of totalitarianism will equally sociopathic social ‘scientists’ who are the architects of mass psychological operations be explainable. A more detailed account of the relevance of 5th Generation Warfare for totalitarianism can be had with James Corbett’s “Episode 441 – Your Guide to 5th-Generation Warfare” and the documentary 5th Generation Warfare: History, Modern Context, and (Some) Solutions. All of which, needless to say, is subject to nullius inverba, “On no one’s word”.

Now before wrapping up part II of this commentary, let me make a brief detour to state that the aim of my blog is to popularize and resuscitate the quality of mind that C. Wright Mills calls the sociological imagination and to merge it with what Cedric J. Robinson calls the Black Radical Tradition. After the struggle is not one of powers and principalities, but for the geography of the mind. Thus, both modalities of thought aim to resist totalitarian control, but the latter places racial capitalism at the heart of its effort to theorize the politics of resisting social dominance. Now, recognizing it as a threat to the established order, it is for this reason that sociology and sociologists have served their master, the State, in neutering the transformative impact of the sociological imagination’s demands and procedures for autonomous assessment of truth as a guide to make sense of the interplay of individual and mass action and consciousness in shaping experience and the grand drama of reality. There is no sociology textbook that does not cynically appropriate Mills’s concept, while concealing from students that his objective was to cultivate a way of thinking that breaks sociology’s historic complicity from its founding in the 19th century with the Saint Simonians, notably Auguste Comte, to Emile Durkheim’s obsequious submission to the diktats of the State, the bourgeosie and middle class utilitarians. 

In effect, as noted by Alvin Gouldner, the sociologist is a state-sponsored “partisan” engaged in what Martin Nicolaus calls “social espionage” on behalf of their patron, the State, and, increasingly, philanthro-capitalists. Much the same point has been made by Abraham Itty and Willem van Schendel in their outstanding Introduction to Illicit Flows and Criminal Things: States, borders, and the other side of globalization. Robinson’s Black Radical Tradition thesis shares the objectives of the sociological imagination, which is to liberate human beings from what Charles Bukowski calls “dank submission” so they may more fully and productively contribute to life without the constant superintendence of the State. But whereas Mills inexplicably avoids race – which was central to the Civil Rights Movement, the transformative effects of Cold War on US ‘race relations’, and, the Black intellectual formation of international relations – the Black Radical Tradition channels the Black experience from the instantiation of global racial capitalism as a prism to apprehend the human condition and the ‘socio-genetic imperative humans to be free’. 

To be clear: while I accept Jack D. Douglas’s thesis in The Myth of the Welfare State that humans are socio-genically primed to seek freedom and liberty within the limits specified by the constraints and restraints of social interaction and interdependence, I see no fundamental contradiction in saying that this very tendency equally leads to dominating others. The great psychologists such as Freud, Jung and Rollo May pointed this out, and, indeed, the teachings of Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam have made this very point – there is a battle waging within each of us. It is important then to recognize that from Plato and Aristotle through to the so-called Enlightenment, the theory of liberty and freedom depended on the bad faith denial of them to the colonized, the dangerous classes and the enslaved. Liberty and freedom are not all or nothing – things are more complicated than that. As Terrence Morris reminds us in Deviance and Social Control: The Secular Heresy, “…belief in the dignity of Man is as much an act of faith as belief in the existence of God; neither is a proposition which may be put to the test by means of controlled experiment”. Interestingly, every known invasion, and especially revolution, which offered ‘safety’ and ‘security’, and, proclaimed to liberate humanity from tyranny, tightened the trap of ‘civilization’ around captive herd more securely. While just about everything written by Lewis Mumford attests to the dangers of centralized authority, much of that ‘dusty’ work is renovated by Robert Mann’s four volumes of The Sources of  Social Power and James C. Scott’s Domination and the Arts of Resistance, Seeing Like a State, Weapons of the Weak and Against the Grain. Relevant to the Schwabian and Haririan totalitarian trope of the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” is Scott’s elaboration of the mechanism for control: “legibilization”. In the context of the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ ‘welfare state’, this is the intensive cataloguing and surveillance of the population to disburse the ‘benefits of life’ (e.g., through killer ‘vaccines’), which Michel Foucault called “biopower”, or, to destroy life (e.g., through killer ‘vaccines’) by determining who get to live, under what conditions and (how many) die), which Achille MBembe calls “necropolitics”. And, coming soon, the public roll out of mind control, as noted above, which has been the wet dream of totalitarians like Plato and mad scientists like José Delgado. It seems to me that if victory over totalitarianism will not bring more of the same, then we must be open to indeterminacy and risk as a necessary condition for establishing meaning about the liberty and freedom those of us resisting totalitarianism seek. 

Drawing on the sociological imagination and the Black Radical Tradition, what I want to do in this post is briefly sketch my ongoing counter-sociological reflections on the way that totalitarian-induced CoVIDianism has come to grip the minds of many, and, against which a growing and fierce backlash is growing around the world. To be clear, I do not reject psychological explanations such as that offered by Mattias Desmet’s theory of ‘mass formation psychosis’. Indeed, without taking away anything from Desmet, it is important to recognize that both Robert Nisbet’s The quest for Community (1959) and Thomas Szasz’s The manufacture of madness: A comparative study of the Inquisition and the mental health movement anticipated Desmet’s thesis. What I do suggest is that we situate psychology within social processes, inasmuch as comprehending that psychology is, socio-genically speaking, both cause and consequence of socio-symbolic interactions and ‘unthinking’ commitments to social processes that give rise to totalitarianism. And equally so, enlarging the domain of an alternative emotional modality that rests on what Robert Nisbet calls ‘voluntary associations’ which enable and promote difference and diversity is essential from the victory over tyranny collapsing in on itself to start the ratcheting-up process all over again. As noted by Jack D. Douglas in The Myth of the Welfare State, only constant vigilance and the ensurance of robust counter-weighted associations and blocs that, over time, check and prevent the absolute dominance of any one groups is the socio-genic imperative toward freedom to be lived in its fullest. 

My contention is that without a sound theoretical grasp of totalitarianism, those of us resisting the looming digital slavery will make missteps in action upon which the enemies of humankind will be quick to capitalize on. For those who prefer the risks of freedom and liberate to the ‘safety’ of slavery, Alvin Gouldner’s warning in The Coming Crisis of Sociology to young Left radicals of the late 60s and early 70’s is as good now as it was then: “Radicals who believe that they can separate the task of developing theory from that of changing society are not in fact acting without a theory, but with one that is tacit and therefore unexaminable and uncorrectable. If they do not learn to use theory self-consciously, they will be used by it”.

[1] This essay is inspired and livicated to my friend’s five and two year-old daughters. Brilliant, beautiful and curious, they deserve a world where they will thrive rather than enslaved, controlled or murdered by officer-holders of a global centralized State.

[2] In their respective works on totalitarianism, there is considerable overlap between Jack D. Douglas and Robert Nisbet. Douglas, however, gives considerable attention to fiscal problems and inflationary tendencies of totalitarian/equalitarian regimes. He also emphasizes “ratchet-ups”, which is totalitarians foment crises and ‘systemic shocks’ to generate fear which scare citizens into clamour for State ‘protection’. Nisbet, for his part, emphasizes both the totalitarian political theory and practice of destroying the family and a host of voluntary associations that are the fount of human liberty. 

[3] I do not intend to undertake any lengthy explanations of theory in the body of this blog. I will at this junction briefly state what I overstand theory to be. It is fundamentally an explanatory account of a phenomenon. To determine the veracity of the explanation three procedures are possible. The first is induction where one goes from the particular to formulate a general theory by inducing singular effects. Second, deduction where one goes from the general to the particular by rigorously excluding known multiple sources of causation to arrive at a singular explanatory fact. Finally, abduction or inference, which is the drawing of a conclusion as to a matter of fact from hunches and patterns derived from insecurely verified information. The latter is often called a “conspiracy theory”. But by logic, there can be no such thing – there can only be, at worst, a ‘theory of conspiracy’ or, at best, a hypothesis. Given that governments and other branches of the State and political-economic power cults thrive on secrecy and, in fact, do conspire one can hardly but speculate on the forces and machinations to be resisted.  

[4] Does the elected prime minister of Canada have the constitutional authority to sign over the sovereignty of the Nation to an unelected global State organization?

[5] I do not make the argument that the 3rd century BCE first Qin emperor, after who China is named, is either an anomaly or a novel type of State-builder. The archetype of State-builders (Ashurbanipal, Hammurabi, Narmer, Sargon, Scorpion King), whose authority derives from ‘god’ they claimed, are to be found in the earliest river States of Tigris-Euphrates (e.g., Sumer, Babylon, Assyria, Akkad), Kmt (i.e., Egypt) and the Indus Valley (i.e., Mohenjo Daro) from whom terms such as ‘King of Kings’, ‘Pharaoh’, ‘Satrap’ and the like derive.

[6] The real purpose of Justin Trudeau’s intent to disarm civilians has been mystified by emotional appeals to grandpa Joe and recreational hunters and subsistence hunting by First Nations, Metis and Inuit. A necessary condition for the globalist takeover of both the State and civil society is the operationalization of mobile Transnational Rapid Deployment Units and domestic jackbooted and horse-mounted troops of death rolled out to crush the 2022 citizen’s protest against the “COVID-19 mandate” ‘from heaven’). Hence, the Trudeau regime’s eugenical weaponization of the food supply through the claptrap narrative of “climate emergency” that sees  the “Ministry of Environment & Climate Change Canada (ECCC)…[quietly]…building a new facility in Winnipeg that will be home to a firearms armoury, interrogation rooms, biological labs, media relations offices, “controlled quiet rooms,” and intelligence facilities”. Whereas Kung Fu resulted from the Emperor Shih Huang Ti’s clever gambit to unify the so-called Warring States, no shadow martial arts will be of any use if Trudeau achieves his aim. The result will be death to those who resist and slavery for those who choose the safety of social death. In this dystopia liberation coming about from total social collapse and/or spontaneous decentralized regeneration from this sort of barbarism.

[7] There is considerable confusion about what the State is. At times, some like Robert Higgs, surprisingly create confusion by conflating ‘government’ with the ‘State’. Ralph Miliband defines the State as composed of five interconnected ‘institutions: 1) government, 2) military to prosecute both war and defence, 3) courts (theoretically independent of government), 4) domestic coercion (prisons/police) and 5) bureaucracy and civil ‘service’. Rather than specifying its constituent parts, Andreas Pandreou in Man’s Freedom offers a descriptive account. He says the “The word ‘State’ has two connotations. One of them refers to any organized society with a distinct government…The other connotation refers to the power-house, the apparat that exercises command…The members of this apparat wield power in varying degrees. It is a special kind of power, for it is viewed as being legitimate”. But by whom? Citizens? Just try and withdraw either ‘consent’ or ‘legitimacy’? Rather, as Charles Tilly points out, ‘consent’ and ‘legitimacy’ is a nod and a wink between holders of centralized authority. While government directs and maintains the State, governors cannot govern without the support of a coalition of power blocs, though at once competing and collaborating, committed to centralization. C. Wright Mills calls this interconnected web of administrative power holders cycling between the bureaucracies of State and corporations  “the power elite”. Contrary to his critics, Mills never claimed ‘the power elite’ are unified in their methods of exercising power. For his part, Andreas Papandreou calls them “structured and unstructured enclaves of power…[that]…constitute, at any one time, a ruling coalition, which may appropriately be called the establishment”. Like Mills, Papandreou points out that what unifies this coalition is its shared drive for domination and the centralization of power; thus they compete for power within the narrow orbit of maintaining the status quo. But this is not all. Papandreou astutely points out that not all power, indeed, real power is visible: “…much of the power to influence depends on the lack of visibility and publicity. In fact, there often exists an entire ‘parallel authority’ which wields the essence of power, while abandoning its formal trappings to the official authorities. The task of covering up the true network of power is itself part of the process of gaining power”. Power is, then, best exercised when it is invisible. The problem for the once invisible powers ‘that be’ (i.e., Bilderburg, Chatham House, Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission, WEF etc) is, as David Icke somewhere noted, that ‘they have stepped out into the light and closed the door behind them’. Without mystique made possibly by secrecy, power is left with the most expensive means of social control – force! But in this moment of information access, force modulated by persuasion.

[8] Political Marxism as a project of acquiring State power is, in theory, distinct from Marx’s analytical approach to sociology. Since one cannot is a precondition for the other, they are totalitarian as a whole. Thus Cornforth the Marxist is a totalitarian-in-waiting for the day when the millenarian charismatic leader and her/his followers, the vanguard-elect, usher in the dictatorship of the masses in order to dominate the masses. In his screed against Karl Popper’s The Open Society and Its Enemies, Cornforth muses in The Open Philosophy and the Open Society: A reply to Dr. Karl Popper’s refutation of Marxism that “[The hoped for socialist society will] propagate beliefs corresponding to socialist interests and to oppose beliefs counter to them. And a police force must certainly be maintained strong enough to defend the social regime against attempts to disrupt or overthrow it”.

[9] In chapter 7, “Rationalism and Scientism versus Human Nature”, of The Myth of the Welfare State, Jack D. Douglas undertakes a fascinating Darwinian-like account of the interplay between nature (the genetic) and nurture (the social) and the human self-surpassing quest for liberty. In effect, the indomintability of some human beings and groups, even in the face of the most extreme forms of degradation, dehumanization and domination is a genetic fact built into the human species itself.

Canadian Universities and the Abolition of Ethics? A modest proposal for restoration

The novel effect of World War II was the creation of formal, official – and lasting! – union between the intellectual and national government…The marriage of university and government took place then… 

Robert Nisbet, The Twilight of Authority

Concerned for my colleagues, staff and students excommunicated by Brock University, and the well-being of those compelled to submit to a medical therapeutic, I posed some questions on January 18, 2022 to Dr. Lynn Wells, at the time Interim-President of Brock University. She did not reply. Undaunted, I resent the letter – still no reply. Finally, I sent the same letter to the newly installed President, Dr. Lesley Rigg, on December 19, 2022. This time, I Cc’d the VP of research, Dr. Tim Kenyon, and the Provost V-P Academic, Dr. Lynn Wells. Still, no reply. 

Here, unaltered, is the text of my request for information:

Dear Dr. Wells,

I hope this message finds you well.

  I am deeply disappointed at your compliance with the unlawful prime ministerial coercion of Canadians to submit to experimental drug treatment. 

  As a member of the Brock community and a Canadian citizen affirming my civil, criminal and human rights please provide responses to the following:  

  1. Identify the Act of Parliament or statute law, which cannot be overridden by any provincial act or statute, that authorizes you to compel any member of the Brock community to submit to experimental medical treatment over and above protected rights not limited to: 
  1. free and informed consent and freedom from coercion and inducement specified in the Tri-Council Policy Statement Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans, 2018 (
  2. privacy of the patient-physician relationship, and c) criminal code protection from physical assault and threats? 
  1. On numerous occasions you have identified the contents of the COVID-19 experimental injection ‘product’ as “safe”. Please detail:
    1. the ingredients of the injections and any known adverse effects 
    2. whether the ingredients are independently verified
    3. what reporting system your claim of “safety” is based on and 
    4. if Brock University uses an active or passive adverse events reporting system? 
  2. You have ensured students in residence through the “COVID-19 Informed Consent – Living in residence” of the risks of COVID-19 and their liability. Have you equally ensured members of the Brock community are provided knowledge of their right to informed consent and the right not to be subject to coercion, threat or inducement to take COVID-19 injections?
  3. You have threatened and have gone through with depriving members of the Brock community of employment, access to education and services. You have also contributed to discrimination and stigmatization of non-injected persons contrary to national and international human rights law. Please specify the provisions of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms you rely on to deprive members of the Brock community of employment, access to education and services? 


Tamari Kitossa, Ph.D.

As a place of advanced learning, research, and work, the University and academicians are in liberal democracies, but only in theory, a bulwark against state-sponsored tyranny and corporate malevolence. This proposition rests on the tradition of the (quasi) autonomous Medieval University, much like the chartered self-governing towns and the Church as sanctuary. Probably the most famous incident of an intellectual bucking political authority, that of King Henry II, but only to uphold another, that of Pope Alexander III, is the ‘turbulent priest’ Thomas Becket. Romanticism aside, academics no doubt owe to Becket the prerogative of tenure – which is the protected right to speak truth to power. Debate, free and open inquiry protected by academic freedom, and collegial governance, these are the hallmarks which, in principle, guarantee that the University serves more than the corporate class and the State and which expropriates tax tribute from citizens to fund it. To be clear, taken too far from context, this ideal of the University conceals its vital function as a site of clerical power which sustains the State in whatever its form (e.g., bureaucratic, capitalist, colonialist, imperialist, racist, theocratic), as shown by the likes of Robert Michels and Milovan Djilas.

Indeed, as noted by Linda McKay-Panos of the Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre, the University’s relationship to the Canadian State, as judged by the courts, is a complicated one. As Universities have capitulated to the federal Government’s medical dictatorship, which in any case exceeds its remit over the provincial responsibility of ‘health care’, it is an open question whether anything remains of Universities’ traditional prerogative of autonomy. There is no question that the lion’s share of that which the University produces first goes to Government, which then farms those benefits out to the far-flung reaches of the State: external (i.e., military) and domestic apparati of physical violence (i.e. police and prisons), the courts which maintain the status quo, various ‘service’ agencies for pacification by ‘caring’, and, not least public ‘education’ charged with propagandizing the young. 

A sprawling, vast and constantly growing tenticular patchwork of bureaucracy, overseen by unelected administrators, serves the State in disbursing the benefits of knowledge generated by the University. Through dual action the State serves itself in the expropriation of knowledge and colludes with corporate interests and their big shareholders – making it now difficult to discern where the State ends and corporations begin. And to ensure the concentration of power and wealth – as much as an unsuspecting or uncaring citizenry will allow itself to be bamboozled by State racketeering – the range of freedoms and liberties gets smaller and smaller. This process is a self-evident fact as the global hegemons and their satellites collectively collude under the cover of an ‘emergency’ march in lockstep to ratchet-up tyranny. It makes no difference that a third global war is underway as this den of thieves race to grab for themselves what is left from their planetary depredation the past 150 years. 

Though it is overly-romantic and radically naïve, the image of the University as beacon on the hill is both potent and worth fighting for. This, especially now that it is fully captured by the State. In such a context, as noted by Robert Nisbet, the ideal of the ‘ivory tower’ is a myth propagandized by the clerisy of power who seek to stand off as philosophers, prostitutes really, offering ‘impartially’ generated knowledge (to the highest bidder – the State). To be sure, students and the professoriate across Canada are resisting: here and here among other places.    Yet, nothing is more political than knowledge, and hence the University is a place of politics. But, contrary to the theatre and explicit political partisanship found in Parliament, it is by making the politics of knowledge explicit, while seeking to restrain partisanship that the University makes available to Canadians a forum where ideas, policies and practices can be scrutinized. The Republic of Letters and Nullius Inverba – “On No One’s Word” – are ideals of radical democracy that ought to indict the guilty conscience of those in academia who have capitulated the hard won prerogative of tenure. Let me be clear about my radical naïvité: I do not dispute the basic facts of what Charles Mills calls materializing race in Kehinde Andrews’s account in the New Age of Empire of how colonial and slavery provided the material lubricant for the development of the Western knowledge complex. 

I suggested in my first post that Justin Trudeau’s CoVID-19 coercive measures amount to a declaration of war on the Canadian people, with the aim of abrogating the Constitution and Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Indeed, neither Canadian courts nor human rights commissions have defended the Constitution, Charter and the various laws and policies that are based on the non-negotiable ethical and legal framework set out by the Nuremberg Code of Medical Ethics. When corruption, cynical appeal to cherished values and tyranny breaks out in the State’s open warfare on citizens, who does the University serve? What is the vision and ideal of the university in the context of political tyranny? When and how is democratic restraint on runaway scientific inquiry – especially that of bioweaponry, ‘transhumanism’ and ‘compulsory moral bioenhancement’ – possible? This is not, after all, fascist Italy or Nazi Germany where the academic community by and large were complicit. Or is it?

Since the State has declared war on the citizenry, under the principle of ‘command responsibility’, what fiduciary obligation do University administrator’s owe faculty, students, staff and the Canadian people to resist the criminal and unconstitutional conduct of a State executive which issues unlawful commands and whose purpose is to abrogate constitutional democracy itself? If this question seems rhetorical, let me assert its practical relevance. At Universities across Canada, and indeed the world, that faculty members, staff and students have either died suddenly or have come down with debilitating and, in some cases, mysterious diseases. Whether and what role a bioengineered ‘virus’ and its countermeasure play requires transparency and free and open scholarly debate and inquiry. The question of responsibility cannot long be avoided. Whether this mortality and morbidity results from the federal Governments draconian anti-health policies, which includes the CoVID-19 injections, or ‘natural causes’ cannot be known since there is NO effort to establish the facts of the matter. Yet “excess” deaths from 2020 to 2022, which the Canadian government stopped counting in Week 34 of 2022 indicate something is amiss. The rise of deaths in Alberta due to ‘cause unknown’, the sudden rise of debilitating illnesses that are likely the result of ‘antibody-dependent enhancement’(ADE), the proliferation of myocarditis and pericarditis and fertility problems as suggested by Byram Bridle, among other things, raises serious questions as to risk/benefit for an entirely experimental therapeutic. Indeed, the British Journal of Medicine has called for an end to the injection campaign and lockdown measures. In an unsparing two-part series in the Journal of Insulin Resistance, Aseem Malhotra has destroyed the corrupt and expedient side-stepping of best research practice for safety and efficacy of the ‘novel’ mRNA therapeutic. He points to lockdowns, ‘regulatory capture’ and the inalienable right of free and informed consent here, here, and, here as causing inestimable harm.

For how long can the University administrators and Board of Trustees avoid answering for their complicity with the legalized criminality of Justin Trudeau’s federal government? Can they pretend for much longer that the lineal descendants of the Nuremburg Code – which in theory guides research at Brock and other Universities – means nothing? Are there not documents aplenty, some of them directly issued by the federal government which prohibit medical tyranny? (see: the Tri-Council Policy Statement for Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans on Research Ethics,  the Brock University Responsible Conduct of Research Policy and Section III: C 2 of Brock University’s Faculty Handbook pertaining to Research Ethics). What will it take to bring these complicit administrators to their senses? Personal injury law suits against arising from “sudden deaths” and/or debilitating injuries? Though hopefully not, will it be from personal grief if the plague of corruption, as Judy Mikovits calls it, visits them? 

Whatever the case may, there can be no pretense that Brock University, or any Canadian university for that matter, has manifestly failed their communities, the nation and the tradition of the Universities autonomy. The administrative class of the University, Boards of Trustees, faculty unions and associations and not a small number of the professoriate have marched in lock-step with the great ratchet-up. All is not lost, though. There is a way out of this morass to be taken by all the malefactors in the University – and this modest proposal will take us deeper into principle of the University as autonomous and firmly grounded in the non-negotiability of ethics and consent: apologize; confess; be transparent; repent; compensate those harmed; and, have the fortitude to ensure that “Never Again” MEANS “Never Again”!

Consent to Treatment: An absolutist perspective on bodily and mind in public policy and the law in Ontario


Ontario’s Medical Officer of (Ill)Health has exerted pressure on physicians not to write letters of accommodation for medical, religions or conscience. His is doing is nothing short of an abuse of authority, breach of public trust, a violation of the Hippocratic oath and criminal intervention in the patient-physician relationship. Who will fact check him? Who elected him? Who will discipline and dismiss him? Doug Ford? Hardly! Justin (This-is-the-only-way-out) Trudeau? We know where Trudeau stands on the law and public policy of consent: he has brushed these guaranteed protections aside to satisfy the globalist anti-state sovereignty agenda.

But, what is the law and policy of consent regarding research ethics and medical therapies/treatment?

To begin with, I encourage readers to read the Canadian Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical conduct for research involving humans (Canada) issued by the federal, yes, that is what it says, the FEDERAL government of Canada: But where does the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons stand? And What is the law of consent related to medical therapies and procedures?

Canadians and their loved ones have been coerced, induced and threatened by the prime minister and provincial and municipal ‘leaders’ to undergo and experimental and therapeutic medical procedure. This came/comes at the expense of their incomes, ability to move freely and to congregate. So what is the law and policy that are used to justify not only the draconian overreach of the prime minister and his provincial lackeys but also which is supposed to guide the practice of the medical establishment? I decided to check whether the College of Physicians and Surgeons Ontario (CPSO) has any hidden policy directive that intimidates and threatens physicians from their obligation to: a) provide free and informed consent to treatment, b) abide by the decisions of their patients and c) to provide letters of accommodation upon request. The person I spoke to at the CPSO Friday April 1, 2022, told me there is NO such directive to physicians from the CPSO. Again, I was told there are NO hidden CPSO policies to limit the autonomy of physicians in respect to patient consent, patient rights and letters of accommodation.

I was, moreover, told that if I have any concerns/questions about this messaging that I should contact the Ministry of (Ill)Health which sets public policy. It is worth noting that the minister, the medical officer and Ministry of (Ill)Health do not have the power to discipline physicians and surgeons – this is done by the tribunal of the CPSO where physicians who violate the law and conditions and terms of their licence. The reality is that the Ministry of (Ill)Health cannot, under any circumstances, supercede the law of consent derived from the 1945-1946 Nuremberg Trials which set out a code of medical ethics that is the framework for medical practice and research worldwide. No one outside the regulating body has the authority to direct physicians and surgeons as to how to practice medicine: not the Chinese dictatorship-loving Justin Trudeau (, Doug Ford or the Ontario Medical Officer of (Ill)Health. Physicians cannot withhold writing letters of accommodation UNLESS they have a clinical justification! In that case, the patient may seek a second, or even third opinion! And in all cases, patients can refuse treatment on clinical reasons, religion or conscience. To be clear, according to the representative at the CPSO I spoke to there are NO (secret) policies at the CPSO preventing physicians from writing letters of accommodation.

In this post, my aim is to demonstrate that the right of autonomy against coercive medical therapy is prohibited by law, conventions and professional ethics in Ontario and Canada (and, if one can have any confidence in the UN, everywhere else in the world for that matter).

Pages from the College of Physicians and Surgeons Ontario.

Here are choice quotes DIRECTLY from the CPSO’s documents and the law of consent in Ontario to this effect:

Consent to Treatment:

  • Policies of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (the “College”) set out expectations for the professional conduct of physicians practising in Ontario. Together with the Practice Guide and relevant legislation and case law, they will be used by the College and its Committees when considering physician practice or conduct.
  • Within policies, the terms ‘must’ and ‘advised’ are used to articulate the College’s expectations. When ‘advised’ is used, it indicates that physicians can use reasonable discretion when applying this expectation to practice.
  • Treatment: Anything that is done for a therapeutic, preventative, palliative, diagnostic, cosmetic, or other health-related purpose, and includes a course of treatment, plan of treatment, or community treatment plan.
  • Capacity: A person is capable with respect to a treatment if they are able to understand the information that is relevant to making a decision and able to appreciate the reasonably foreseeable consequences of a decision or lack of decision. Capacity to consent to a treatment can change over time, and varies according to the individual patient and the complexity of the specific treatment decision.


General Expectation

  1. Physicians must be aware of, and comply with, all of the requirements in the

          Health Care Consent Act, 1996 (HCCA).

  • Physicians must obtain valid consent before a treatment is provided…

Obtaining Consent

  • For consent to be valid, physicians must ensure that it:
    • Is obtained from the patient, if they are capable with respect to treatment, or from the patient’s SDM, if the patient is incapable with respect to treatment.
    • Relates to the specific treatment being proposed.3
    • Is informed.
    • Is given voluntarily and not under duress.
      • If physicians believe that consent is not being freely given, they must ensure that there has been no coercion.
    • Is not obtained through misrepresentation or fraud.
      • Physicians must be frank and honest when interacting with patients, including when conveying information about the proposed treatment.
  • To ensure that consent is informed, physicians must:
    • provide information about the nature of the treatment, its expected benefits, its material risks and material side effects, alternative courses of action and the likely consequences of not having the treatment prior to obtaining consent, which includes:
      • providing information that a reasonable person in the same circumstances would require in order to make a decision about the treatment;
      • considering the specific circumstances of the patient, on a case-by-case basis, and using their clinical judgment in determining what information to provide; and
      • providing information relating to material risks that are relevant for a broad range of patients and those that are particularly relevant for the specific patient;
    • engage in a dialogue with the patient or the SDM (as the case may be) about the information specified in 7.a., regardless of whether physicians use supporting documents (such as consent forms, patient education materials or pamphlets) to facilitate the provision of this information;
    • provide a response to requests for additional information about the treatment; and
    • be satisfied that the information provided is understood and, as such, take reasonable steps to facilitate the comprehension of the information provided.
      • While a physician proposing treatment may delegate the act of obtaining consent to another health-care provider, they must be assured that the health-care provider has the knowledge, skill, and judgment required to obtain consent.
      • If unsure about whether the consent obtained is valid, physicians must not provide the treatment until assured that valid consent has been obtained.

The CPSO also provides this on their website: “COVID-19 FAQS FOR PATIENTS”:

  • CPSO strongly encourages all eligible Ontarians to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and booster shot(s) as recommended by your family physician. Immunization is widely recognized as one of the most effective interventions for reducing the impact of infectious diseases.

One notices immediately that physicians and surgeons are not given direction by the CPSO.

Information for physicians

→ Nothing of relevance on this page pertains to consent or gives directives to medical practitioners

The law of consent in Ontario

The Ontario Health Care Consent Act lays out the specific grounds in law as to the issue of consent. The law can be found here:

The College of Physicians and Surgeons Ontario makes it plain that medical practitioners have a legal and moral responsibility with respect to free and informed consent to medical therapies and procedures: “Physicians must be aware of, and comply with, all of the requirements in the Health Care Consent Act, 1996 (HCCA)”. Part II is of particular relevance in establishing that patients have total and absolute right over their bodies and therefore any medical therapy or procedure.

Clearly the law of consent is nationwide, and, informed by the Nuremburg trial and codes and subsequent international conventions. It is for this reason that injections or oral vaccines CANNOT be made “mandatory”. There is NO such thing as a mandatory “vaccination”: not in law, ethics or morals in Canada! Not even the Constitution can or says anything about political or administrative authority overriding bodily autonomy and right of mind. In fact, these pre and political rights are ‘doubly institutionalized’ by law in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms:

Section 7 of the Charter is explicit that “Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice”. And no “fundamental principle of justice” exists to coerece/compel a medical procedure, which if unconsented is assault by the Criminal Code of Canada. In fact, while upon arrest the police can harvest DNA swabs from the mouth, this does not rise to the matter of coercive treatment under formal detention. It is clear that sections 8, 9 and 10 of the Charter prevent medical assault, which is what unconsented medical treatment is according to the Criminal Code of Canada (see 216, 217 and 219 at

8. Everyone has the right to be secure against unreasonable search or seizure.

9. Everyone has the right not to be arbitrarily detained or imprisoned.

10. Everyone has the right on arrest or detention

      (a) to be informed promptly of the reasons therefor;

      (b) to retain and instruct counsel without delay and to be informed of that right; and

      (c) to have the validity of the detention determined by way of habeas corpus and to be released if the detention is not lawful.

The Criminal Code also specifies at s.19 that “Ignorance of the law by a person who commits an offence is not an excuse for committing that offence”. One of the most fundamental principles of the so-called Rule of Law is that there are NO privileged exemptions from the application, enforcement and punishment by law. None are immune: not the Justin Trudeau and any in his cabinet; not any premiers; and certainly no one in an administrative capacity. All are bound by the principle of Command Authority not to obey immoral and illegal commands – no matter who from, in ‘peacetime’ or war!

Pulling the licence of physicians?

It is believed, as noted above, wrongly, that physicians/surgeons can lose their licence under the compulsion of the CPSO or the provincial medical officer of (ill)health. Some physicians for illicit conduct during the plan/scamdemic. For instance, one physician in Thornhill had his licence suspended for selling accommodation letters:

Troublingly there is considerable Inquisition-style harassing of physicians and surgeons across Canada. To this end as of January 2022, 40 were/are under investigation for spreading “misinformation”:


EVERYTHING from the CPSO’s own website, and, from law the law of consent in Ontario, is absolute about your right to consent to ANY treatment. No amount of coercion, lies, manipulation and mystification by Justin Trudeau and all involved in this obscene crime against humanity and the imperative of state managers to abolish formal democracy acceptable.

See the links below on ethical guidance for physicians and for knowledge of all persons. Notice that CONSENT is at the core of the responsibility of physicians:

World Medical Association 

Declaration of Geneva, 1948

Declaration of Helsinki, 1964

Declaration of Helsinki, 2018 

Declaration of Tokyo, 1975

Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights, 2005.

Article 6 – Consent

The Belmont Report.

C. Applications

Given the policy and law of consent, it is astonishing that ethicists and law professors claim the Canadian Constitution and Charter of Rights and Freedoms have provisions that justify a so-called medical mandate, which is in effect medical assault and battery. About their ignorance of their own specialization more must be said by those more expert than myself. Nevertheless, the point of my commentary is unambiguous: Canadians MUST educate themselves about pre and political foundations for their absolute right of autonomy of body and mind from therapeutic state intervention.


“No attempt must be made to encase man, for it is his destiny to be set free”.

Frantz Fanon. 1977. Black Skin, White Masks.

“What societies really, ideally, want is a citizenry which will simply obey the rules of society.  If a society succeeds in this, that society is about to perish”.

James Baldwin. 1964. “A Talk to Teachers”



























            Nullius in verba (On the word of no one)! Denial (plausible or otherwise), disinformation, half-truths, misinformation and outright lies, as noted by Howard Becker, are prerequisites for governments and the administrative class of the deep state (let’s not forget the espionage agencies!) to rule the masses of people. As noted by Lewis Mumford, it has been this way since the predatory military elites, with the aid of their ideologists, the clerics (i.e., intellectuals), established the first proto-states over 5500 years ago. Since then, every state formation has been a running a protection racket as Charles Tilly argued. That central administration for imposing the will of the minority on the majority is aided and abetted by a cabal banksters, oligarchs, clerics and intellectuals, the warrior caste, monarchs and politicians –all existing in fractious collusion while trampling the masses. How and why these human predators are successful is a difficult, intricate and long-debated question. I will attempt to summarize the arguments in a future post.

            For now, it can be said that all governments need help, to manufacture the fear needed to ‘persuade’ citizens to live as slaves in ‘safety’ rather than live freely with the risks and responsibility of governing themselves. But now as the corporate-owned media are exposed as stenographers for governments, the corporations (who own them) and the Finance-medical-military-industrial complex, we are truly in the midst of an information war on and for the minds, and therefore the actions, of humanity. The breadth of the criminality, deceit, fraud and malevolence with which the world’s governments (with the aid of the predator class) have tipped toward fascism and totalitarianism demands that each person doubt the claims of those in authority. To pursue truth, both hidden in plain sight and those concealed by the veil of secrecy that the predators upon humanity claim is the right of government in the name of ‘national security’, is now a key to a new, fully, human age.

            Thanks to honest and truly independent thinkers, lawyers, citizen journalists, scientists, clinicians and physicians, politicians and everyday people from all walks of life who refuse to submit to medically-driven fascism, the narrative about the bio-weapon COVID-19 ‘pandemic’and mRNA injections, biopassports, social credit and total information awareness is in tatters. Why? Because a critical mass of people refuse to give up their inalienable right to be sovereign in mind, body, movements, livelihoods and privacy. The word is that these are peoples’ rights, not the property of global oligarchists and their creatures in government, administration, the universities and the media. As the propaganda war intensifies and the people resist by providing their own means to access the truth, an information guide that provides access to legal and critical thinking resources will be an important part of the struggle. It is for this reason that I have given organization to the information I have spent 14 months accessing. I have aimed to figure out for myself where truth exists and how to identify lies. I am not interested in being ‘right’. My aim is to affirm my capacity to establish for myself where and what is truth and never to be dogmatic since there are times when even truths, robbed of their context, are lies. The “sceptics’ guide to the COVID-19 ‘plandemic’’ aims to support access to information and truth for those whose conscience, minds and bodies are their own.

            Finally, this is a ‘living’ document. It will periodically be updated as I continue my own education and make every effort to keep up with the rapidly changing events that will determine the future of humanity.


First, the COVID Care Alliance of Canada recent analysis of the fraudulent trial practices of Pfizer:

  • More Harm Than Good – Canadian Covid Care Alliance, January 4th, 2022

  • PDF – More Harm Than Good – Canadian Covid Care Alliance, January 4th, 2022

Second, visual display of how the mRNA “vaccine” promotes micro and large thrombosis:


Third, the Corona Investigative Committee’s Grand Jury Trial

  • Day 1: Opening Statements

Day 2: Historical Background

Day 3: PCR Test

Day 4: Injections and Psychological Warfare

Day 5: Economical and Financial Destruction

Day 6: Eugenics and Outlook

Who Is Bill Gates?

  • Part 1: How Bill Gates Monopolized Global Health
  • Part 2: Bill Gates’ Plan to Vaccinate the World
  • Part 3: Bill Gates and the Population Control Grid
  • Part 4: Meet Bill Gates









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Consent to Treatment (bold wording in original)

Within policies, the terms ‘must’ and ‘advised’ are used to articulate the College’s expectations. When ‘advised’ is used, it indicates that physicians can use reasonable discretion when applying this expectation to practice.


Treatment: Anything that is done for a therapeutic, preventative, palliative, diagnostic, cosmetic, or other health-related purpose, and includes a course of treatment, plan of treatment, or community treatment plan.

            General Expectations

  1. Physicians must be aware of, and comply with, all of the requirements in the Health Care Consent Act, 1996 (HCCA).
  2. Physicians must obtain valid consent before a treatment is provided.
  3. Patients and substitute decision-makers (SDMs) have the legal right to refuse, withhold, or withdraw consent to a treatment, and physicians must respect this decision even if they do not agree with it.

            Obtaining Consent

            6.     For consent to be valid, physicians must ensure that it:

                        a. Is obtained from the patient, if they are capable with respect to treatment, or

                            from the patient’s SDM, if the patient is incapable with respect to treatment.

                        b. Relates to the specific treatment being proposed.

                        c. Is informed.

                        d. Is given voluntarily and not under duress.

                            i. If physicians believe that consent is not being freely given, they must ensure

                               that there has been no coercion.

                        e. Is not obtained through misrepresentation or fraud.

                            i. Physicians must be frank and honest when interacting with patients,

                               including when conveying information about the proposed treatment.

            7. To ensure that consent is informed, physicians must:

                        a. provide information about the nature of the treatment, its expected benefits, its

                           material risks and material side effects, alternative courses of action and the

                           likely consequences of not having the treatment prior to obtaining consent,

                           which includes:

  1. providing information that a reasonable person in the same circumstances would require in order to make a decision about the treatment;
    1. considering the specific circumstances of the patient, on a case-by-case basis, and using their clinical judgment in determining what information to provide; and
  1. providing information relating to material risks that are relevant for a broad range of patients and those that are particularly relevant for the specific patient;
  2. engage in a dialogue with the patient or the SDM (as the case may be) about the information specified in 7.a., regardless of whether physicians use supporting documents (such as consent forms, patient education materials or pamphlets) to facilitate the provision of this information;
  3. provide a response to requests for additional information about the treatment; and
  4. be satisfied that the information provided is understood and, as such, take reasonable steps to facilitate the comprehension of the information provided.

            8. While consent can be either express or implied, physicians are strongly advised to

                 Obtain express consent, particularly when the treatment is likely to be more than

                 mildly painful, carries appreciable risk, will result in ablation of a bodily function, is a

                surgical procedure or an invasive investigative procedure, or will lead to significant

                changes in consciousness.

  • While a physician proposing treatment may delegate the act of obtaining consent to another health-care provider, they must be assured that the health-care provider has the knowledge, skill, and judgment required to obtain consent.
  • If unsure about whether the consent obtained is valid, physicians must not provide the treatment until assured that valid consent has been obtained.

            Documenting Consent

            20. Physicians must document in the patient’s record information regarding consent to

                 treatment where the treatment is likely to be more than mildly painful, carries

                 appreciable risk, will result in ablation of a bodily function, is a surgical procedure or

                 an invasive investigative procedure, or will lead to significant changes in



Office of the Secretary Ethical Principles and Guidelines for the Protection of Human Subjects of Research; The National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research

            C. Applications

            1. Informed Consent. — Respect for persons requires that subjects, to the degree   that they are capable, be given the opportunity to choose what shall or shall not happen to them. This opportunity is provided when adequate standards for        informed consent are satisfied.

            While the importance of informed consent is unquestioned, controversy prevails    over the nature and possibility of an informed consent. Nonetheless, there is            widespread agreement that the consent process can be analyzed as containing    three elements: information, comprehension and voluntariness.

            2. Assessment of Risks and Benefits.

            The Nature and Scope of Risks and Benefits. The requirement that research be      justified on the basis of a favorable risk/benefit assessment bears a close relation          to the principle of beneficence, just as the moral requirement that informed      consent be obtained is derived primarily from the principle of respect for persons.       The term “risk” refers to a possibility that harm may occur. However, when            expressions such as “small risk” or “high risk” are used, they usually refer (often      ambiguously) both to the chance (probability) of experiencing a harm and the             severity (magnitude) of the envisioned harm.




A. General Principles

Consent Shall Be Given Voluntarily

Article 3.1

a. Consent shall be given voluntarily.

b. Consent can be withdrawn at any time.

c. If a participant withdraws consent, the participant can also request the

    withdrawal of their data or human biological materials.


(a) The voluntariness of consent is important because it respects human dignity and means that individuals have chosen to participate in research according to their own values, preferences and wishes. The approach to recruitment is an important element in assuring voluntariness. In particular, how, when and where participants are approached and who recruits them are important elements in assuring (or undermining) voluntariness. In considering the voluntariness of consent, REBs and researchers should be cognizant of situations where undue influence, coercion or the offer of incentives may undermine

the voluntariness of a participant’s consent to participate in research. Undue influence

Undue influence and manipulation may arise when prospective participants are recruited by individuals in a position of authority. The influence of power relationships (e.g., employers and employees, teachers and students, commanding officers and members of the military or correctional officers and prisoners) on the voluntariness of consent should be judged from the perspective of prospective participants, since the individuals being recruited may feel constrained to follow the wishes of those who have some form of control over them. This control may be physical, psychological, financial or professional, for example, and may involve offering some form of inducement or threatening some

form of deprivation. In such situations, the control exerted in a power relationship may place undue pressure on the prospective participants. At the extreme, there can be no voluntariness if consent is secured by the order of authorities.

REBs and researchers should also pay particular attention to elements of trust and dependency in relationships (e.g., between physician and patient or between professor and student). These relationships can impose undue influence on the individual in the position of dependence to participate in research projects. Any relationship of dependency, even a nurturing one, may give rise to undue influence even if it is not applied overtly. There may be a greater risk of undue influence in situations of ongoing or significant dependency.


Article 6 – Consent

1. Any preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic medical intervention is only to be carried out with the prior, free and informed consent of the person concerned, based on adequate information. The consent should, where appropriate, be express and may be withdrawn by the person concerned at any time and for any reason without disadvantage or prejudice.

2. Scientific research should only be carried out with the prior, free, express and informed consent of the person concerned. The information should be adequate, provided in a comprehensible form and should include modalities for withdrawal of consent. Consent may be withdrawn by the person concerned at any time and for any reason without any disadvantage or prejudice. Exceptions to this principle should be made only in accordance with ethical and legal standards adopted by States, consistent with the principles and provisions set out in this Declaration, in particular in Article 27, and international human rights law.

3. In appropriate cases of research carried out on a group of persons or a community, additional agreement of the legal representatives of the group or community concerned may be sought. In no case should a collective community agreement or the consent of a community leader or other authority substitute for an individual’s informed consent.


  • Declaration of Geneva, 1948

  • Declaration of Helsinki, 1964

  • Declaration of Helsinki, 2018

  • Declaration of Tokyo, 1975



  • Civil remedy not suspended

11 No civil remedy for an act or omission is suspended or affected by reason that the act or omission is a criminal offence.

  • Ignorance of the law

19 Ignorance of the law by a person who commits an offence is not an excuse for committing that offence.

  • Breach of trust by public officer
  • 122 Every official who, in connection with the duties of their office, commits fraud or a breach of trust, whether or not the fraud or breach of trust would be an offence if it were committed in relation to a private person, is guilty of
  • an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than five years; or

(b) an offence punishable on summary conviction.

  • Uttering threats
  • 264.1 (1) Every one commits an offence who, in any manner, knowingly utters, conveys or causes any person to receive a threat.

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  • Fraud
  • 380 (1) Every one who, by deceit, falsehood or other fraudulent means, whether or not it is a false pretence within the meaning of this Act, defrauds the public or any person, whether ascertained or not, of any property, money or valuable security or any service,

            (a) is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to a term of imprisonment not

                 exceeding fourteen years, where the subject-matter of the offence is a     

                 testamentary instrument or the value of the subject-matter of the offence  

                 exceeds five thousand dollars; or

            (b) is guilty

                 (i) of an indictable offence and is liable to imprisonment for a term not

                      exceeding two years, or

                 (ii) of an offence punishable on summary conviction, where the value of the

                       subject-matter of the offence does not exceed five thousand dollars.

            Minimum punishment

  • When a person is prosecuted on indictment and convicted of one or more offences   referred to in subsection

                        (1), the court that imposes the sentence shall impose a minimum punishment of    

                               imprisonment for a term of two years if the total value of the subject-matter

                               of the offences exceeds one million dollars.

  • Affecting public market

                        (2) Every one who, by deceit, falsehood or other fraudulent means, whether or not

                              it is a false pretence within the meaning of this Act, with intent to defraud,                                     affects the public market price of stocks, shares, merchandise or anything that

                              is offered for sale to the public is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to

                              imprisonment for a term not exceeding fourteen years.

  • Duty of persons to provide necessaries
  • 215 (1) Every one is under a legal duty

      (a) as a parent, foster parent, guardian or head of a family, to provide necessaries

            of life for a child under the age of sixteen years;

                        (b) to provide necessaries of life to their spouse or common-law partner; and

                        (c) to provide necessaries of life to a person under his charge if that person

                             (i) is unable, by reason of detention, age, illness, mental disorder or other

                                  cause, to withdraw himself from that charge, and

                             (ii) is unable to provide himself with necessaries of life.

Offence Infraction

            (2) Every person commits an offence who, being under a legal duty within the meaning

                  of subsection (1), fails without lawful excuse to perform that duty, if

            (a) with respect to a duty imposed by paragraph (1)(a) or (b),

                 (i) the person to whom the duty is owed is in destitute or necessitous circumstances, or

                 (ii) the failure to perform the duty endangers the life of the person to whom the duty is

                       owed, or causes or is likely to cause the health of that person to be endangered

                       permanently; or

            (b) with respect to a duty imposed by paragraph (1)

            (c), the failure to perform the duty endangers the life of the person to whom the duty is

                   owed or causes or is likely to cause the health of that person to be injured



            (3) Every one who commits an offence under subsection (2)

            (a) is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding

                 five years; or

            (b) is guilty

Duty of persons undertaking acts dangerous to life

  • 216 Every one who undertakes to administer surgical or medical treatment to another person or to do any other lawful act that may endanger the life of another person is, except in cases of necessity, under a legal duty to have and to use reasonable knowledge, skill and care in so doing.

Duty of persons undertaking acts

  • 217 Every one who undertakes to do an act is under a legal duty to do it if an omission to do the act is or may be dangerous to life.

Duty of persons directing work

217.1 Every one who undertakes, or has the authority, to direct how another person does work or performs a task is under a legal duty to take reasonable steps to prevent bodily harm to that person, or any other person, arising from that work or task.

Criminal negligence

219 (1) Every one is criminally negligent who

            (a) in doing anything, or

            (b) in omitting to do anything that it is his duty to do, shows wanton or reckless disregard

                 for the lives or safety of other persons.

Causing bodily harm by criminal negligence

221 Every person who by criminal negligence causes bodily harm to another person is guilty of

  • an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than 10 years;


            (b) an offence punishable on summary conviction.


222 (1) A person commits homicide when, directly or indirectly, by any means, he causes the death of a human being.

            Kinds of homicide

            (2) Homicide is culpable or not culpable.

            (3) Homicide that is not culpable is not an offence.

            Culpable homicide

            (4) Culpable homicide is murder or manslaughter or infanticide.


            (5) A person commits culpable homicide when he causes the death of a human being,

            (a) by means of an unlawful act;

            (b) by criminal negligence;

            (c) by causing that human being, by threats or fear of violence or by deception, to do

                 anything that causes his death; or

            (d) by wilfully frightening that human being, in the case of a child or sick person.


            (6) Notwithstanding anything in this section, a person does not commit homicide within

                 the meaning of this Act by reason only that he causes the death of a human being by

                 procuring, by false evidence, the conviction and death of that human being by

                 sentence of the law.

When child becomes human being

  • 223 (1) A child becomes a human being within the meaning of this Act when it has completely proceeded, in a living state, from the body of its mother, whether or not

                        (a) it has breathed;

                        (b) it has an independent circulation; or

                        (c) the navel string is severed.

            Killing child

            (2) A person commits homicide when he causes injury to a child before or during its birth

                 as a result of which the child dies after becoming a human being.

Death that might have been prevented

  • 224 Where a person, by an act or omission, does any thing that results in the death of a human being, he causes the death of that human being notwithstanding that death from that cause might have been prevented by resorting to proper means.

Death from treatment of injury

  • 225 Where a person causes to a human being a bodily injury that is of itself of a dangerous nature and from which death results, he causes the death of that human being notwithstanding that the immediate cause of death is proper or improper treatment that is applied in good faith.

Acceleration of death

  • 226 Where a person causes to a human being a bodily injury that results in death, he causes the death of that human being notwithstanding that the effect of the bodily injury is only to accelerate his death from a disease or disorder arising from some other cause.

Exemption for medical assistance in dying

  • 227 (1) No medical practitioner or nurse practitioner commits culpable homicide if they provide a person with medical assistance in dying in accordance with section 241.2.

Killing by influence on the mind Homicide

  • 228 No person commits culpable homicide where he causes the death of a human being

                        (a) by any influence on the mind alone, or

                        (b) by any disorder or disease resulting from influence on the mind alone, but this

                              section does not apply where a person causes the death of a child or sick

                              person by wilfully frightening him.


  • 229 Culpable homicide is murder

            (a) where the person who causes the death of a human being

                 (i) means to cause his death, or

                             (ii) means to cause him bodily harm that he knows is likely to cause his death,

                                   and is reckless whether death ensues or not;

(b) where a person, meaning to cause death to a human being or meaning to cause

                              Him bodily harm that he knows is likely to cause his death, and being reckless

                              whether death ensues or not, by accident or mistake causes death to another

                              human being, notwithstanding that he does not mean to cause death or bodily

                              harm to that human being; or

                        (c) if a person, for an unlawful object, does anything that they know is likely to

                             cause death, and by doing so causes the death of a human being, even if they

                          desire to effect their object without causing death or bodily harm to any human


Classification of murder

  • 231 (1) Murder is first degree murder or second degree murder.

            Planned and deliberate murder

(2) Murder is first degree murder when it is planned and deliberate.

Contracted murder

(3) Without limiting the generality of subsection (2), murder is planned and deliberate

      when it is committed pursuant to an arrangement under which money or anything

      of value passes or is intended to pass from one person to another, or is promised by

      one person to another, as consideration for that other’s causing or assisting in causing

      the death of anyone or counselling another person to do any act causing or assisting in

      causing that death.


  • 465 (1) Except where otherwise expressly provided by law, the following provisions apply in respect of conspiracy:

(a) every one who conspires with any one to commit murder or to cause another person to

      be murdered, whether in Canada or not, is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to

      a maximum term of imprisonment for life;

(b) every one who conspires with any one to prosecute a person for an alleged offence,

      knowing that they did not commit that offence, is guilty of

      (i) an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than 10  

          Years or an offence punishable on summary conviction, if the alleged offence is

           one for which, on conviction, that person would be liable to be sentenced to

           imprisonment for life or for a term of not more than 14 years, or

      (ii) an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than five

            years or an offence punishable on summary conviction, if the alleged offence is

            one for which, on conviction, that person would be liable to imprisonment for less

            than 14 years;

(c) every one who conspires with any one to commit an indictable offence not provided

     for in paragraph (a) or (b) is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to the same

     punishment as that to which an accused who is guilty of that offence would, on

     conviction, be liable; and

(d) every one who conspires with any one to commit an offence punishable on summary

      conviction is guilty of an offence punishable on summary conviction.

(2) [Repealed, 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 61] (2) [Abrogé, L.R. (1985), ch. 27 (1er suppl.), art. 61]

Conspiracy to commit offences

(3) Every one who, while in Canada, conspires with any one to do anything referred to in

      subsection (1) in a place outside Canada that is an offence under the laws of that

      place shall be deemed to have conspired to do that thing in Canada.


(4) Every one who, while in a place outside Canada, conspires with any one to do

      anything referred to in subsection (1) in Canada shall be deemed to have conspired

      in Canada to do that thing.


(5) Where a person is alleged to have conspired to do anything that is an offence by

      virtue of subsection (3) or (4), proceedings in respect of that offence may, whether

      or not that person is in Canada, be commenced in any territorial division in Canada,

      and the accused may be tried and punished in respect of that offence in the same

      manner as if the offence had been committed in that territorial division.

Conspiracy in restraint of trade

  • 466 (1) A conspiracy in restraint of trade is an agreement between two or more persons to do or to procure to be done any unlawful act in restraint of trade.

Definition of trade combination


  • 467.1 (1) The following definitions apply in this Act.

            Criminal organization means a group, however organized, that

(a) is composed of three or more persons in or outside Canada; and

(b) has as one of its main purposes or main activities the facilitation or commission of

     one or more serious offences that, if committed, would likely result in the direct or

     indirect receipt of a material benefit, including a financial benefit, by the group or by

     any of the persons who constitute the group. It does not include a group of persons

     that forms randomly for the immediate commission of a single offence.

Serious offence

means an indictable offence under this or any other Act of Parliament for which the maximum punishment is imprisonment for five years or more, or another offence that is prescribed by regulation.


(2) For the purposes of this section, section 467.11 and 467.111, facilitation of an offence

     does not require knowledge of a particular offence the commission of which is

     facilitated, or that an offence actually be committed.

Commission of offence

(3) In this section and in sections 467.11 to 467.13, committing an offence means being a party to it or counselling any person to be a party to it.


(4) The Governor in Council may make regulations prescribing offences that are included in the definition serious offence in subsection (1).

Participation in activities of criminal organization

  • 467.11 (1) Every person who, for the purpose of enhancing the ability of a criminal organization to facilitate or commit an indictable offence under this or any other Act of Parliament, knowingly, by act or omission, participates in or contributes to any activity of the criminal organization is guilty of

(a) an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than five

     years; or

(b) an offence punishable on summary conviction.



            Parliament recognizes that the provinces are responsible for the delivery of health care to

            Canadians and that the Government of Canada collaborates with provincial governments to support the health care system and health research  International Covenant on Civil and     Political Rights



            Canadian judges, in one forum or another, have, since 1990, considered the doctrines of   command responsibility, and superior orders on at least three locations. One of these was      a determination in the            Supreme Court of Canada. [265] the second a decision by the          Canadian Court Martial Appeal Court[266] and the third, a Commission of Inquiry   subsequent to the 1992 deployment of Canadian Forces into Somalia. [267]

            This Court, however, at the same time, took a somewhat unusual position by noting that   where the situation is so outrageous that it would not be reasonable to permit the defence      of superior orders to be used at all. In this regard the Supreme Court of Canada accepted     the rationale of the Israeli court and noted:

            That there is nothing unfair in not permitting superior orders as a defence   where the act is ‘manifestly unlawful’ is evident when one considers the          nature of the manifestly unlawful order as it appears in Ofer v Chief Military Prosecutor (the Kafr Qassem case [Appeal 279-283/58, Psakim Judgments of the District Courts of Israel), vol. 44 at p 362] cited in         appeal before the A Military Court of Appeal, Pal. Y. B. Int’l L. (1985)      vol. 2 p.69 at 108 where the Military Court of Appeal approved the       following judgment:

The identifying mark of a ‘manifestly unlawful’ order must waver like a black flag above the order given, as a way of saying, ‘ forbidden’. It is not unlawfulness, hidden or half-hidden, not unlawfulness that is detectable only by legal experts, that is important issue here, but an overt and salient violation of the law, a certain and obvious unlawfulness that stems from the order itself, the criminal character of the order itself or the act it demands to be committed, and unlawfulness that pierces the eye and agitates the heart, if the eye be not blind or the heart corrupt. That is the degree of ‘manifest’ illegality required in order to annul the soldier’s duty to obey and render him criminally responsible for his actions.[271]


            Part III

            Article 6

            1. Every human being has the inherent right to life. This right shall be protected by           law. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his life.

            Article 7

            No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or             punishment. In particular, no one shall be subjected without his free consent to      medical or scientific experimentation.

            Article 9

            1. Everyone has the right to liberty and security of person. No one shall be subjected         to arbitrary arrest or detention. No one shall be deprived of his liberty except on such            grounds and in accordance with such procedure as are established by law.

            Article 18

            1. Everyone shall have the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion. This        right shall include freedom to have or to adopt a religion or belief of his choice, and   freedom, either individually or in community with others and in public or private, to           manifest his religion or belief in worship, observance, practice and teaching.

            2. No one shall be subject to coercion which would impair his freedom to have or to         adopt a religion or belief of his choice.

            3. Freedom to manifest one’s religion or beliefs may be subject only to such           limitations as             are prescribed by law and are necessary to protect public safety, order,       health, or morals or the fundamental rights and freedoms of others.

            Article 19

            1. Everyone shall have the right to hold opinions without interference.

            2. Everyone shall have the right to freedom of expression; this right shall include freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds, regardless of             frontiers, either orally, in writing or in print, in the form of art, or through any other   media of his choice.

            Article 26

            All persons are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to the      equal protection of the law. In this respect, the law shall prohibit any discrimination        and guarantee to all persons equal and effective protection against discrimination on      any ground such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion,            national or social origin, property, birth or other status.


Article II

In the present Convention, genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:

(a) Killing members of the group;

(b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;

(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;

(d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;

(e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.

            Article III

            The following acts shall be punishable:

            (a) Genocide;

            (b) Conspiracy to commit genocide;

            (c) Direct and public incitement to commit genocide;

            (d) Attempt to commit genocide;

            (e) Complicity in genocide.

            Article IV

            Persons committing genocide or any of the other acts enumerated in article III shall be      punished, whether they are constitutionally responsible rulers, public officials or private        individuals.


            Article 7. No one shall bе subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment            or punishment. In particular, no one shall be subjected without his free consent to medical    or scientific experimentation.




Article 5

Crimes within the jurisdiction of the Court

The jurisdiction of the Court shall be limited to the most serious crimes of concern to the international community as a whole. The Court has jurisdiction in accordance with this Statute with respect to the following crimes:

(a) The crime of genocide;

(b) Crimes against humanity;

(c) War crimes;

(d) The crime of aggression.

Article 6


For the purpose of this Statute, “genocide” means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:

(a) Killing members of the group;

(b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;

(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about    

      its physical destruction in whole or in part;

(d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;

(e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.

Article 7

Crimes against humanity

1. For the purpose of this Statute, “crime against humanity” means any of the

    following acts when committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack

    directed against any civilian population, with knowledge of the attack:

(a) Murder;

(b) Extermination;

(c) Enslavement;

(d) Deportation or forcible transfer of population;

(e) Imprisonment or other severe deprivation of physical liberty in violation of

      fundamental rules of international law;

(f) Torture;

(g) Rape, sexual slavery, enforced prostitution, forced pregnancy, enforced

      sterilization, or any other form of sexual violence of comparable gravity;

(h) Persecution against any identifiable group or collectivity on political, racial,

      national, ethnic, cultural, religious, gender as defined in paragraph 3, or other

      grounds that are universally recognized as impermissible under international

      law, in connection with any act referred to in this paragraph or any crime

      within the jurisdiction of the Court;

(i) Enforced disappearance of persons;

(j) The crime of apartheid;

(k) Other inhumane acts of a similar character intentionally causing great   

      suffering, or serious injury to body or to mental or physical health.

Article 8

War crimes

1. The Court shall have jurisdiction in respect of war crimes in particular when

     committed as part of a plan or policy or as part of a large-scale commission of

     such crimes.

2. For the purpose of this Statute, “war crimes” means:

(a) Grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, namely, any of

      the following acts against persons or property protected under the provisions

      of the relevant Geneva Convention:

     (i) Wilful killing;

     (ii) Torture or inhuman treatment, including biological experiments;

     (iii) Wilfully causing great suffering, or serious injury to body or health;



            Fundamental freedoms

            2 Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms:

            (a) freedom of conscience and religion;

            (b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press

                  and other media of communication;

            (c) freedom of peaceful assembly; and

            (d) freedom of association.

Mobility of citizens

6. (1) Every citizen of Canada has the right to enter, remain in and leave Canada.

    (2) Every citizen of Canada and every person who has the status of a permanent

          resident of Canada has the right

  • to move to and take up residence in any province; and

    (b) to pursue the gaining of a livelihood in any province.


(3) The rights specified in subsection (2) are subject to

(a) any laws or practices of general application in force in a province other than

      those that discriminate among persons primarily on the basis of province of

      present or previous residence; and

(b) any laws providing for reasonable residency requirements as a qualification

      for the receipt of publicly provided social services.

Life, liberty and security of person

7. Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice.

Equality before and under law and equal protection and benefit of law

15. (1) Every individual is equal before and under the law and has the right to the equal protection and equal benefit of the law without discrimination and, in particular, without discrimination based on race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sex, age or mental or physical disability.

Enforcement of guaranteed rights and freedoms

24. (1) Anyone whose rights or freedoms, as guaranteed by this Charter, have been infringed or denied may apply to a court of competent jurisdiction to obtain such remedy as the court considers appropriate and just in the circumstances.

Exclusion of evidence bringing administration of justice into disrepute


An Act respecting genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes and to implement the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, and to make consequential amendments to other Acts.



WHEREAS the safety and security of the individual, the protection of the values of the body politic and the preservation of the sovereignty, security and territorial integrity of the state are fundamental obligations of government;

AND WHEREAS the fulfilment of those obligations in Canada may be seriously threatened by a national emergency and, in order to ensure safety and security during such an emergency, the Governor in Council should be authorized, subject to the supervision of Parliament, to take special temporary measures that may not be appropriate in normal times;

AND WHEREAS the Governor in Council, in taking such special temporary measures, would be subject to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Canadian Bill of Rights and must have regard to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, particularly with respect to those fundamental rights that are not to be limited or abridged even in a national emergency;


5 In this Part,

declaration of a public welfare emergency means a proclamation issued pursuant to subsection 6(1);

National emergency

3 For the purposes of this Act, a national emergency is an urgent and critical situation of a temporary nature that

(a) seriously endangers the lives, health or safety of Canadians and is of such proportions or nature as to exceed the capacity or authority of a province to deal with it, or (b) seriously threatens the ability of the Government of Canada to preserve the sovereignty, security and

territorial integrity of Canada and that cannot be effectively dealt with under any other

law of Canada.

public welfare emergency means an emergency that is caused by a real or imminent

(a) fire, flood, drought, storm, earthquake or other natural phenomenon,

(b) disease in human beings, animals or plants, or

(c) accident or pollution and that results or may result in a danger to life or property, social disruption or a breakdown in the flow of essential goods, services or resources, so serious as to be a national emergency.

Declaration of a public order emergency Proclamation

17 (1) When the Governor in Council believes, on reasonable grounds, that a public order emergency exists and necessitates the taking of special temporary measures for dealing with the emergency, the Governor in Council, after such consultation as is required by section 25, may, by proclamation, so declare.

Effective date

18 (1) A declaration of a public order emergency is effective on the day on which it is issued, but a motion for confirmation of the declaration shall be laid before each House of Parliament and be considered in accordance with section 58.

 (2) A declaration of a public order emergency expires at the end of thirty days unless the declaration is previously revoked or continued in accordance with this Act.




2 The following definitions apply in this Act.

genetic test means a test that analyzes DNA, RNA or chromosomes for purposes such as the prediction of disease or vertical transmission risks, or monitoring, diagnosis or prognosis.


Genetic test

3 (1) It is prohibited for any person to require an individual to undergo a genetic test as a condition of

(a) providing goods or services to that individual;

(b) entering into or continuing a contract or agreement with that individual; or

(c) offering or continuing specific terms or conditions in a contract or agreement with that individual.

Refusal to undergo genetic test

(2) It is prohibited for any person to refuse to engage in an activity described in any of paragraphs (1)(a) to (c) in respect of an individual on the grounds that the individual

has refused to undergo a genetic test.

Disclosure of results

4 (1) It is prohibited for any person to require an individual to disclose the results of a genetic test as a condition of engaging in an activity described in any of paragraphs 3(1)(a) to (c).

Refusal to disclose results

(2) It is prohibited for any person to refuse to engage in an activity described in any of paragraphs 3(1)(a) to (c) in respect of an individual on the grounds that the individual

has refused to disclose the results of a genetic test.

Written consent

5 It is prohibited for any person who is engaged in an activity described in any of paragraphs 3(1)(a) to (c) in respect of an individual to collect, use or disclose the results of a genetic test of the individual without the individual’s written consent.

Exceptions: health care practitioners and researchers

6 Sections 3 to 5 do not apply to

(a) a physician, a pharmacist or any other health care practitioner in respect of an individual to whom they are providing health services; or

(b) a person who is conducting medical, pharmaceutical or scientific research in respect of an individual who is a participant in the research.


  • Unlike some other countries immunization is not mandatory in Canada; it cannot be made mandatory because of the Canadian Constitution.
  • It must be emphasized that…exceptions are permitted on medical or religious grounds and reasons of conscience; legislation and regulations must not be interpreted to imply compulsory immunization”.



  • Face coverings and face masks

  • “Face coverings will not stop you from getting  COVID-19, but may help protect others”

→ Note: Ontario government provides no valid research evidence for this claim.

  • When you don’t have to wear a face covering

There are some situations when you do not need to wear a face covering.

You do not need medical documentation to support any of the exceptions below.


Children do not have to wear a face covering indoors if they are younger than two years old.

Health and accommodations

You do not need to wear a face covering if you:

have a medical condition that inhibits your ability to wear a face covering are unable to put on or remove your face covering without help from someone else are receiving accommodations according to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 or the Human Rights Code


You do not need to wear a face covering when you are working in an area that allows you to maintain a distance of at least 2 metres from anyone else while you are indoors.

  • Immunization of School Pupils Act, R.S.O. 1990

→ Note: see changes over the years, especially the recent version of the law which

                excludes natural immunity

(April 19, 2021 to the e-Laws currency date)

(May 30, 2017 to August 31, 2017)

(December 31, 2011 to May 29, 2017)

(June 3, 2010 to December 30, 2011)

(June 3, 2010 to December 30, 2011)

(December 15, 2009 to May 17, 2010)

(October 1, 2007 to December 14, 2009)

(June 4, 2007 to September 30, 2007)

(June 4, 2007 to September 30, 2007)

Health Care Consent Act, 1996, S.O. 1996, c. 2, Sched. A

Consent to Treatment

No treatment without consent

10 (1)  A health practitioner who proposes a treatment for a person shall not administer

            the treatment, and shall take reasonable steps to ensure that it is not administered,


  • he or she is of the opinion that the person is capable with respect to the

                              treatment, and the person has given consent; or

  • he or she is of the opinion that the person is incapable with respect to the 

                              treatment, and the person’s substitute decision-maker has given consent on the

                              person’s behalf in accordance with this Act.  1996, c. 2, Sched. A, s. 10 (1).

Opinion of Board or court governs

(2)  If the health practitioner is of the opinion that the person is incapable with respect to 

       the treatment, but the person is found to be capable with respect to the treatment by

       the Board on an application for review of the health practitioner’s finding, or by a

       court on an appeal of the Board’s decision, the health practitioner shall not

       administer the treatment, and shall take reasonable steps to ensure that it is not

      administered, unless the person has given consent.  1996, c. 2, Sched. A, s. 10 (2).

Elements of consent

11 (1)  The following are the elements required for consent to treatment:

            1. The consent must relate to the treatment.

            2. The consent must be informed.

            3. The consent must be given voluntarily.

            4. The consent must not be obtained through misrepresentation or fraud. 1996,

                 c. 2, Sched. A, s. 11 (1).

Informed consent

(2)  A consent to treatment is informed if, before giving it,

(a) the person received the information about the matters set out in subsection (3) that a

     reasonable person in the same circumstances would require in order to make a

     decision about the treatment; and

(b) the person received responses to his or her requests for additional information about

     those matters.  1996, c. 2, Sched. A, s. 11 (2).


(3)  The matters referred to in subsection (2) are:

            1. The nature of the treatment.

            2. The expected benefits of the treatment.

            3. The material risks of the treatment.

            4. The material side effects of the treatment.

            5. Alternative courses of action.

            6. The likely consequences of not having the treatment.  1996, c. 2, Sched. A,

                 s. 11 (3).

Express or implied

(4)  Consent to treatment may be express or implied.  1996, c. 2, Sched. A, s. 11 (4).

Included consent

12 Unless it is not reasonable to do so in the circumstances, a health practitioner is

     entitled to presume that consent to a treatment includes,

(a) consent to variations or adjustments in the treatment, if the nature, expected benefits,

     material risks and material side effects of the changed treatment are not significantly

     different from the nature, expected benefits, material risks and material side effects of

     the original treatment; and

(b) consent to the continuation of the same treatment in a different setting, if there is no

      significant change in the expected benefits, material risks or material side effects of

      the treatment as a result of the change in the setting in which it is administered. 1996,

      c. 2, Sched. A, s. 12.

            Emergency Treatment

            No treatment contrary to wishes

            26.A health practitioner shall not administer a treatment under section 25 if the health

                  practitioner has reasonable grounds to believe that the person, while capable and after

                  attaining 16 years of age, expressed a wish applicable to the circumstances to refuse

                  consent to the treatment.  1996, c. 2, Sched. A, s. 26.

  • School Vaccination Information for Parents, Legal Guardians and School Administration (Ontario)

→ Note: Children 12 years and older do not need parental consent to undergo an

               experimental procedure


Declaration of emergency

4 (1)  The head of council of a municipality may declare that an emergency exists in the municipality or in any part thereof and may take such action and make such orders as he or she considers necessary and are not contrary to law to implement the emergency plan of the municipality and to protect property and the health, safety and welfare of the inhabitants of the emergency area.  R.S.O. 1990, c. E.9, s. 4 (1).


            Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada

  • World Economic Forum_Klaus schwab, trudeau and other young leaders

  • Davos 2016 – The Canadian Opportunity

  • Justin Trudeau is sworn-in as Canada’s 23rd Prime Minister on November 4, 2015-
  • Trudeau’s foundation owns 40% of Acuitas Therapeutics which makes mechanic lipids for Pfizer

  • The country Trudeau admires most? China

  • Chair of Trudeau-funded ‘anti-hate’ network spreads antisemitism hoax to smear Canadian truckers

  • Indian politician calls out Trudeau’s hypocrisy on civil rights
  • “Over the past many months and years now, Canadians have stepped up to protect each other; to protect our frontline workers; to protect our elders; to protect our young people; to protect people like truckers who are putting food on our grocery store shelves. Canadians have stepped up to the right thing to protect the freedoms and the rights of Canadians to get back to the things we love to do. We know the way through this pandemic is by getting everyone vaccinated. And the overwhelming majority, close to 90 percent of Canadians have done exactly that. The small fringe minority of people on their way to Ottawa or who are holding unacceptable views that they are expressing, do not represent the views of Canadians who have been for each other, who know following the science and stepping up to protect each other is the best way to ensure our freedoms, our rights, our values as a country.
  • Yes, we will emerge from this pandemic through vaccination. We know people who are still making up their minds, and we will try to convince them, but there are also people who are vehemently opposed to vaccination. These are extremists, who do not believe in science, who are often misogynists, often racists, too; it is a sect, a small group, but who are taking up space, and here we have to make a choice, as a leader, as a countryDo we tolerate these people? Or, do we say let see…because most people…Eighty percent of Quebecers did the right thing, that is, they got vaccinated; we want to get back to the things we like doing and these people are not going to block us now. Jan 8, 2022

  • Justin Trudeau Speaks with Reporters in Welland, Ont. – September 6, 2021

“Yes, there is a small, fringe element in this country that is angry, that doesn’t believe in science, that is lashing out with racist, misogynistic attacks, but Canadians, the vast majority of Canadians, are not represented by them. And I know will not allow those voices , hose special interests groups, those protesters who can…I don’t even want to call them protestors, those anti-vaxxer mobs, to dictate how this country gets throught this panic and how this country gets through this pandemic and how we re…[unclear]…from these lockdowns where people can get back to work and back to doing the things they want to do and keep our kids safe. They don’t dictate of this policy of this government (42:20 – 43:25)

  • The Powers of the Canadian Prime Minister

  • Who Is the Head of State in Canada?

  • Justin Trudeau’s idea of ‘diversity’

            Chrystia Freeland

  • World Economic Forum

  • Chrystia Freeland’s side gig with the WEF is endangering Canadian democracy

  • “Follow the money,” Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland says

Jagmeet Singh

Other Canadians of the World Economic Forum

  • Canadian Members of the World Economic Forum

  • Exposing Canadians of Influence Tied to The Great Reset Agenda


Paul Alexander, MD

  • Dr. Paul Alexander (Six Covid Lies)

  • Convoy Doctors Roger Hodkinson & Paul Alexander Press Conference—08-February-2022_EDIT:6

  • Save our Children! Dr. Paul Alexander

  • Dr. Paul Alexander, Dr. Roger Hodkinson, other Doctors + Truckers, Ottawa,-Dr.-Roger-Hodkinson,-Other-Doctors:b

Byram Bridle, PhD

            9:19 – 23:00

Roger Hodkinson, MD

  • Dr. Roger Hodkinson on COVID19: “It’s all been a pack of lies”, Published on August 20, 2021


  • Dr. Reiner Fuellmich interview with Dr. Roger Hodkinson

Dr. Hoffe, Dr. Malthouse: Death Vax For Kids, Covid 1984, Posted on December 18, 2021

Patrick Phillips, MD

  • Dr. Patrick Phillips Unweaves the Medical psy-op, January 5th, 2022

  • Press Conference – Dr. Patrick Phillips’ Story

  • Dr. Patrick Phillips – The War Against Medical Tyranny |,October 4th, 2021

  • Doctor Talks 19: 1 on 1 with Dr Patrick Phillips, October 12th, 2021,

International Clinicians, scientists and vaccinologists

  • The Canadian Parliamentary Network by MP Derek Sloan

23:00 – 28:25

Brian Peckford

  • A Personal Declaration of Opposition to the Abuse of Our Charter of Rights and Freedoms by the State

Jordan Peterson

Julie Ponesse$/search?q=Brett%20Weinstein%20and%20Julie%20ponesse


Law and COVID-19 Resistance in Canada: legal strategies you can use to prevent what is legally assault and battery

  • This is essential for all workers. It does not constitute legal advice, but suggests strategies for legally enforcing employer responsibility and invoking the Criminal Code of Canada.

COVID 19 – Mandatory Vaccine Policies Legally Challenged through Grievance Arbitrations, November 25, 2021

The Canadian Peoples Union NFP

Michael Swinwood

  • Attorney Michael Swinwood With Reiner Fuellmich: “The Consciousness of Humanity Is Really What’s at Play Here”, April 26th, 2021

  • Dr. Reiner Fuellmich and Michael Swinwood with Major Russ Cooper – 17 Aug 2021–17-Aug-2021:7

The Canadian Peoples Union NFP

Ontario Court Issues Interim Injunction Against UHN Vaccine Mandate

The Free North Declaration



Action 4 Canada

  • “Vaccine” Notice of Liability: Post-Secondary Educational Institutions

Canadian Covid Care Alliance

  • More Harm Than Good – Canadian Covid Care Alliance, January 4th, 2022

  • PDF – More Harm Than Good – Canadian Covid Care Alliance, January 4th, 2022

Freedom Convoy 2022

  • Freedom Convoy Feb.17, 2022 Press Conference

  • IA – What Happened in Ottawa? – Freedom Convoy 2022 Documentary—What-Happened-in-Ottawa—Freedom-Convoy-2022-Documentary:0

Justice Centre for Constitutional Rights

  • Surgeon fired by College of Medicine for voicing safety concerns about Covid shots for children | Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms

Liberty Coalition Canada

  • Religious Freedom From Vaccination Coercion

  • Open Letter to Employers Refusing Reasonable Accommodations

  • Open Letter to Canadian Universities and Colleges mandating COVID Vaccines

Ontario Civil Liberties Association

  • A Letter to the Unvaccinated, Posted on August 2, 2021

Open Letter Regarding University Vaccination and Testing Mandates, Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Open letter to UW officials: Repeal the COVID vaccination and testing mandates

Stand Up Canada

Students for COVID Ethics

Vaccine Choice Canada – Public Information & Resource Group

  • Our Rights of Refusal with Rocco Galati, Tanya Gaw & Other Guests, September 01, 2021, 7 pm E

  • Legal Exemption Forms

  • Ontario Lawsuit News Release – Vaccine Choice Canada October 28, 2019



Canadian Justice Center for Constitutional Freedoms:

Bright Light News

  • Stillbirths Exploding Across Canada in Fully Vaccinated Mothers – Dr. Daniel Nagase

Canada Unity

Clyde Do Something

Druthers News – Druthers News & Information


Matrix World Report

People’s World War: Our Freedom at Risk

  • Crimes Against Humanity Being Investigated by Teams of Lawyers Worldwide

Rebel News

Strong and Free

The Canadian Parliamentary Network by MP Derek Sloan, June 17, 2021

True North



Tarik Alam, MD

Sucharit Bakhdi, PhD

  • Corona Unmasked: New facts and figures

  • Sucharit Bhakdi – Full Interview – Planet Lockdown, February 15th, 2021—Full-Interview—Planet-Lockdown-:b

Corona unmasked

Tom Cowan, MD

  • Dr Tom Cowan cannot find proof of isolation of Covid-19

Geert Vanden Bossche

  • Open Letter to the WHO: Immediately Halt All Covid-19 Mass Vaccinations


  • Geert Vanden Bossche & Bret Weinstein

  • Episode 242 – The Vanden Bossche Interview

            November 19th, 2021

  —The-Vanden-         Bossche-Interview:7

Shankara Chetty, MD

  • Dr. Shankara Chetty | Session 82: There´s No Such Thing As A Free Lunch

            December 11th, 2021

               en:5 see 1:25:20 – 1:38:35

  • DEPOPULATION – Covid19 – Vaccine Data Analysis by Dr. Shankara Chetty November 24th, 2021

  —Covid19—Vaccine-Data-   Analysis-By-Dr.-Shankara-Chetty:f

Peter Doshi, PhD

  • Why we petitioned the FDA to refrain from fully approving any covid-19 vaccine this year, June 8, 2021

Barbara Fisher, MD

Dr. Richard Fleming, MD., PhD;

  • Is COVID-19 a Bioweapon? A Scientific and Forensic investigation

Pierre Kory, MD

Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCCA)

Great Barringon Declaration

Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD

  • Klinghardt Debrief: Biological Approach to Chronic Lyme Disease, September 2nd, 2021

  • Klinghardt Debrief: Biological Approach to Chronic Lyme Disease – Part 2, September 10th, 2021

Martin Kulldorff MD., Sunetra Gupta MD., and Jay Bhattacharya MD.

The Great Barrington Declaration

Robert Malone, MD, MS



  • Robert Malone and Steve Kirsch- Dark Horse Podcast Interview—Dark-Horse-Podcast-Interview:b

  • Dr. Malone and Dr. Navarro – The Most Important Conversation of 2021

  • Substack

Peter McCollough, MD

  • Texas Covid Symposium: Dr. Peter McCullough, December 11th, 2021

  • The Omicron Variant: Dr Peter McCullough, Dec 23, 2021

  • Covid: The Path Not Taken – DarkHorse Podcast with Dr. Peter McCullough, December 8th, 2021—DarkHorse-Podcast-with-Dr.-Peter-McCullough:d

  • Dr Peter McCullough Interview – The Vaccines are Killing People, November 26th, 2021

Philip Anthony McMillan, MD

Joseph Mercola, MD

Lee Merrit, MD

Abdul Alim Mohammed, MD

Chrisina Parks, PhD

Dr Christina Parks explains what media won’t tell you about the virus

Pam Popper, MD

  • Interview with Pam Popper

Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency

Jessica Rose, PhD

  • A Report on Myocarditis Adverse Events in the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) in Association with COVID-19 Injectable Biological Products

  • Jessica Rose: VAERS, Myocarditis, COVID Vaccines, and So Much More


MikeYeadon, PhD

  • Dr. Mike Yeadon | Session 86: The Fog Is Lifting – January 7th, 2022

  • Dr. Michael Yeadon, October 30th, 2021

  • Former Pfizer VP Latest Message On Covid Vaccines, October 25th, 2021

  • Interview with Michael Yeadon | Fertility & the Jab | Planet Lockdown, October 13th, 2021—Fertility—the-Jab—Planet-Lockdown:6


            POSTED: June 14, 2021

  • Episode 219: IN HARM’S WAY. ORIGINAL AIR-DATE: June 10, 2021

Vladimir Zelinko, MD

  • COVID-19 Injections And Lifespan Dr. Joseph Mercola Interviews Dr. Vladimir Zelenko


World Council for Health

Spike Protein Detox Guide, Posted on November 30, 2021 Updated on December 2, 2021



Sharyl Attkisson

Russell Brand


Corona Investigative Committee

  • Summary of findings of the Corona Investigative Committee Status 09/15/2021

  • Dr. Reiner Fuellmich and Michael Swinwood with Major Russ Cooper – 17 Aug 2021–17-Aug-2021:7

  • Prof. Alexandra Henrion-Caude | Session 79: Technocracy Gone Wild, November 21st, 2021

see 13:15 – 2950 (mRNA injections are gene modification of human beings, not “vaccines”); 30:00 – 35:52 (unknown epigenics and potential modification of fetuses); 49:38 – 54:50 (oncogenesis and mRNA injections); 55:00 – 108:35 (fertility issues, pregnancy and post-partum); 1:09 – 1:15:10 (contaminants in injections)

Edward Dowd


  • The Intelligence Briefing John B Wells & Edward Dowd—Edward-Dowd:5

  • Edward Dowd worked for BlackRock and is speaking truths.


  • Edward Dowd interviewed by Steve Banon$/search?q=Edward%20Dowd%20and%20steve%20Banon

Mattias Desmet, PhD

  • Prof. Mattias Desmet | Sitzung 87: Wir sind alle David, January 14th, 2022

  • Dr. Mattias Desmet, Dr. Robert Malone, Dr. Peter McCullough (Mass Formation Psychosis), January 4th, 2022,-Dr.-Robert-Malone,-Dr.-Peter-McCullough-(Mass-Formation-Psychosis)-:0

  • Mattias Desmet on Our Grave Situation, December 2nd, 2021

  • Mattias Desmet on Mass Formation: The monster that devours its own children

  • Prof. Mattias Desmet on Aubrey Marcus Podcast – Why People WILLINGLY Give Up Their Freedoms, November 30th, 2021–Aubrey-Marcus-Podcast:f

Jeremy R. Hammond – Empowering Independent Journalism

Robert Kennedy Jr.

Children’s Health

  • The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health

  • Medical Imperialism Driven by Pure Greed: An Interview with Robert F. Kennedy Jr., September 16th, 2021

  • James Corbett: The REAL Anthony Fauci with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Steve Kirsch, PhD

  • The Right Way to Handel the pandemic

Tess Lawrie, MD

A Letter to Dr Andrew Hill | Dr Tess Lawrie

David Martin, PhD

  • David Martin with Vaccine Choice Canada, August 18th, 2021

  • Reiner Fuellmich interviews David Martin, July 21st, 2021

  • Dr. David Martin – Weaponized/Patented Bioweapon – Weston A. Price Foundation

  • Dr. Joseph Mercola interview with Dr. David Martin, October 4th, 2021

  • Mike Adams interview with Dr. David Martin

  • Dr. David Martin – Weaponized/Patented Bioweapon – Weston A. Price Foundation

  • The Fauci/COVID-19 Dossier

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. ~ Interviews Dr. David Martin about Fauci, Moderna, Corruption

  • David Martin: Follow the Patents……It will take you to the money,_Pirates,_Orchestra.pdf

  • Government Conspirators
  • Australia
  • Canada
  • China
  • Germany
  • New Zealand
  • South Africa
  • UK
  • USA
  • Individual profiteers

            The Names, Board of Trustees “The Names of the People Killing Humanity”

            1. Al Gore, Vice-President of the United States (1993-2001), Chairman and Co-Founder,

                Generation Investment Management LLP

            2. Andre Hoffmann, Vice- Chairman, Roche

            3. Angel Gurria, QECD

            4. Bill Gates, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

  • GAVI – The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunizations

  • Bill Gates says it would be a ‘tragedy’ to pass up a controversial, revolutionary gene-editing technology

            5. Christine Lagarde, President European Central Bank

            6. Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Finance, Office of the

                Deputy Prime minister of Canada

            7. David M. Rubenstein, Co-Founder and Co-Executive Chairman, Carlyle Group

            8. Dustin Moskovitz, Open Philanthropy


  1. Fabiola Gianotti, Director-General, European Organisation for Nuclear Research


            10. Feike Sybesma, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Royal Philips

            11. H.M. Queen Rania Al Abdullah of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Queen of

                  the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Office of H.M Queen Rania Al Abdullah

            12. Heizo Takenaka, Professor Emeritus, Keio University

            13. Herman Gref, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board, Sberbank

            14. Jim Hagemann Snabe,Chairman Siemens

            15. Julie Sweet, Chief Executive Officer, Accenture

            16. Klaus Schwab, Founder, and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum

            17. Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF)

            18. L. Rafael Reif, President, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

            19. Larry Page, Google

            20. Laurence D Fink, Chair and Chief Executive Officer, BlackRock

            21. Luis Alberto Moreno, Member of the Board of Trustees World Economic Forum

            22. Marc Benioff, Chair and Chief Executive Officer, Salesforce

            23. Mark Carney, United Nations Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance,

                  United Nations

            24. Mark Schneider, Chief Executive Officer, Nestle

            25. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook

            26. Mukesh D Ambani, Chairman and Managing Director of Reliance Industries

            27. Orit Gadiesh, Chairman, Bain & Company

            28. Patrice Motsepe, Founder and Executive Chairman, African Rainbow Minerals

            29. Paula Ingabire, Minister of Information Technology and Innovation, Ministry of

                  Information Communication Technology and Innovation of Rwanda

            30. Peter Brabeck-Latmathe, Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees, World

                  Economic Forum

            31. Peter Maurer, President, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

            32. Robert Mercer, Renaissance Fund

            33. Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Senior Minister, Government of Singapore

            34. Thomas Buberi, Chief Executive Officer, AXA

            35. Yo-Yo Ma, Cellist

            36. Zhu Min, Chairman, National Institute of Financial Research

Chris Martin, PhD

Peak Prosperity

  • Odds Increase that SARS CoV-2 was Lab Made, September 21st, 2021

Meryl Nass, MD

Truth in the Age of Covid


Planet Lockdown

  • Planet Lockdown: A documentary, January 18th, 2022

Catherine Austin Fitts at Solari Report

Solari Report – Actionable Intelligence to Live a Free

  • Catherine Austine Fitts, Planet Lockdown, December 29th, 2020

Dark Horse podcast with Brett Weinstein and

Pandemic Parallax View at

Paul Schreyer

Pandemic Simulation Games – Preparation for a New Era

Apr 26, 2021

Rosettasister’s Weblog

The Testimonies Project: Israeli vaccine documentary is shocking

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

Trial Site News

Patrick Wood

  • Patrick Wood | Session 79: Technocracy Gone Wild, November 21st, 2021

World Freedom Alliance (Australia)




  • World’s First Vaccine Murder case against Bill Gates, Adar Poonawalla filed in India’s High Court. [Kiran Yadav Vs. State and ors.Criminal Writ Petition (St.) 18017 of 2021]

South Africa

  • Court case affidavit

United Kingdom

  • Application to International Criminal Court

International Criminal Court suit filed on behalf of UK victims of COVID-19 experimental injections by:

Hannah Rose – Lawyer and human rights activist

Dr Mike Yeadon – Qualified life science researcher with a degree in biochemistry in toxicology, and a research-based PhD in respiratory pharmacology, former Vice President and Chief Scientist of allergy and respiratory research at Pfizer

Piers Corbyn – Astrophysicist and activist

Mark Sexton – Retired Police officer

John O’Loony – Funeral Director and activist

Johnny McStay – Activist

Louise Shotbolt – Nurse and human rights activist

Based on the extensive claims and enclosed documentation, we charge those responsible for

numerous violations of the Nuremberg Code, crimes against humanity, war crimes and crimes of aggression in the United Kingdom, but not limited to individuals in these countries. Perpetrators:

Prime Minister for the United Kingdom BORIS JOHNSON, Chief Medical

Officer for England and Chief Medical Adviser to the UK Government CHRISTOPHER

WHITTY, (former) Secretary of State for Health and Social Care MATTHEW HANCOCK,

(current) Secretary of State for Health and Social Care SAJID JAVID, Chief Executive of

Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) JUNE RAINE, Director-

General of the World Health Organisation TEDROS ADANHOM GHEBREYESUS, Cochair

of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation WILLIAM GATES III and Co-chair of the

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation MELINDA GATES, Chairman and Chief executive

officer of Pfizer ALBERT BOURLA, Chief Executive Officer of AstraZeneca STEPHANE

BANCEL, Chief Executive Officer of Moderna PASCAL SORIOT, Chief Executive of Johnson and Johnson ALEX GORSKY, President of the Rockefeller Foundation DR RAJIV

SHAH, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) DR

ANTHONY FAUCI, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum

KLAUS SCWAB, President of EcoHealth Alliance DR PETER DASZACK

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Informed Consent Action Network

Aaron Siri


and Members of the Class and Subclasses and Those Similarly Situated


and agency of the Government of China and SHI ZHENGLI, Director of

the Wuhan Institute of Virology

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Case 3:20-cv-00656-K-BN Document 1 Filed 03/17/20

Rights and Freedoms

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

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Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

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Johnson & Johnson

Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health

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  • Pfizer and Moderna shareholders pocket £7.8billion in a week after Omicron was discovered

  • Scientists claim Covid virus contains tiny chunk of DNA that ‘matches sequence patented by Moderna THREE YEARS before pandemic began’

  • Scientists find DNA sequence in SARS-CoV-2 that was patented by Moderna three years prior to the covid-19 scandal

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  • ‘Utterly Obscene’: Just 8 Pfizer and Moderna Investors Became $10 Billion Richer After Omicron Emerged

  • Pfizer report reveals serious health risks of covid vaccine Government didn’t warn you about



  • Scandal Behind the FDA Fake Approval of Pfizer Jab

  • Who owns Pfizer?

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  • ‘Utterly Obscene’: Just 8 Pfizer and Moderna Investors Became $10 Billion Richer After Omicron Emerged

  • Scandal Behind the FDA Fake Approval of Pfizer Jab

  • Pfizer and Moderna shareholders pocket £7.8billion in a week after Omicron was discovered



  • Edward Dowd worked for BlackRock and is speaking truths.

  • Pfizer’s Scandal in Nigeria – How An Experimental Vaccine Killed 11 Children in 1996

Rockefeller Foundations

  • The General Education Board

  • The Commons Project

  • A non-profit public trust established with support from the Rockefeller Foundation, The Commons Project Foundation builds and operates digital platforms and services for the common good. Our mission-driven structure is designed to attract world-class talent to build and sustain digital public services in a way that serves people’s interests above all. Beginning with health information, we are focused on empowering people to access and control their personal data and put it to use for their own benefit.
  • The Commons Project Foundation and its first project CommonHealth were founded in 2019. More recently, The Commons Project developed CommonPass, an application and data-sharing structure that enables individuals to securely prove their COVID-19 health status for travel and other purposes, without revealing other, extraneous personal data.
  • Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development


  • Alabama: Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site

  • Medical mafia, Big Pharma and the Rockerfeller Allopathic medico-drug cartel

  • The history of the pharmaceutical industry: greed and corpses


  • The Rockefeller-Carnegie Big Pharma Scam


  • The Truth About The Rockefeller Drug Empire


  • Episode 286 – Rockefeller Medicine



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    italian-            judiciary/46537310

  • Astrid Stuckelberger: Exposing Corruption At WHO, posted on December 16, 2021

World Economic Forum (Klaus Schwab)

  • COVID-19: The Great Rest




Ralph Baric

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  • Patent: Methods for producing recombinant coronavirus (2002)

  • Patent: Directional assembly of large viral genomes and chromosomes (2001)

Peter Daszak

  • Peter Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance Has Hidden Almost $40 Million In Pentagon Funding And Militarized Pandemic Science


Anthony Fauci

  • The Fauci/COVID-19 Dossier: This document is prepared for humanity by Dr. David E. Martin.


  • NIAID-USAID Funded Wuhan Gain-of-Function Full Paper; Rand Paul to File Criminal Referral to DOJ Re Fauci

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  • Anthony Fauci on Bioterrorism

  1.    PCR FRAUD

Christian Drosten

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  • Corona Investigative Committee Grand Jury “Day 3: PCR Test”


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MINDSPACE: Influencing behaviour through public policy (UK)

Behavioural Government: Using behavioural science to improve how governments make decisions (UK)

The Corona Paper — Covid-19 is a ‘Global False Alarm’ (Germany)

Trusted News Initiative

  • What is the Trusted News Initiative?, November 20th, 2021

  • Robert Malone, MD, MS.

Dec 25, 2021_On “Science” and Controversy: Infectious disease outbreaks require constant re-evaluation of accepted truth

Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars

Saudi state part owns Evening Standard and Independent, courts told. The Guardian.

Bill Gates

  • Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) donors & partners: WHO says thank you!

  • Documents show Bill Gates has given $319 million to media outlets to promote his global agenda

  • Philanthropic partnerships at the Guardian

  • Who Is Bill Gates?

  • Bill Gates Faces Trial in India for Illegally Testing Tribal Children with Vaccines

George Soros

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Is Ukraine Destroying Evidence of US-Funded Bioweapons Program?

How deadly pathogens have escaped the lab — over and over again

Here Are 5 Times Infectious Diseases Escaped From Laboratory Containment

SARS escaped Beijing lab twice

CDC keeps secret its mishaps with deadly germs

A Russian lab containing smallpox and Ebola exploded

China Reports SARS Death Caused by Lab Leak

Reanalysis of the anthrax epidemic in Rhodesia, 1978–1984

The CIA’s Secret Experiments

Anthrax Epizootic in Zimbabwe, 1978-1980: Due to Deliberate Spread?

UNIT 731 Japanese Human Experimentation – The Aftermath

Anthony Fauci on Bioterrorism

A History Of US Secret Human Experimentation

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Coviditarianism: Counter-sociological Theory and Resisting Totalitarianism (Part 2)

Without the help of the rising priestly caste, the hunting chieftain could never have achieved the engaged powers and cosmic authority that attended his elevation to kingship and widened his sphere of influence.                         Lewis Mumford, The City in History We should not accept the official, and “expert”, debunking of…

Consent to Treatment: An absolutist perspective on bodily and mind in public policy and the law in Ontario

Introduction Ontario’s Medical Officer of (Ill)Health has exerted pressure on physicians not to write letters of accommodation for medical, religions or conscience. His is doing is nothing short of an abuse of authority, breach of public trust, a violation of the Hippocratic oath and criminal intervention in the patient-physician relationship.…


“No attempt must be made to encase man, for it is his destiny to be set free”. Frantz Fanon. 1977. Black Skin, White Masks. “What societies really, ideally, want is a citizenry which will simply obey the rules of society.  If a society succeeds in this, that society is about…

Canada’s COVID Coup

Tamari Kitossa, PhD September 13, 2021 Obedience is the psychological mechanism that links individual action to political purpose. It is the dispositional cement that binds men to systems of authority. Facts of recent history and observation in daily life suggest that for many people obedience may be a deeply ingrained…

Canada’s COVID Coup

Tamari Kitossa, PhD

September 13, 2021

Obedience is the psychological mechanism that links individual action to political purpose. It is the dispositional cement that binds men to systems of authority. Facts of recent history and observation in daily life suggest that for many people obedience may be a deeply ingrained behavior tendency, indeed, a prepotent impulse overriding training in ethics, sympathy, and moral conduct. Stanley Milgram. Obedience to Authority: An experimental view. 2009, p. 1


This essay is a radical socio-legal analysis of COVID pandemic psychosis in Canada. There are two parts to my thesis, and these correspond to two parts of this essay. First, federal, provincial and municipal chief officers, supported by the corporate executive class and the ‘mainstream’ news media supported by some union executive committees, are using the COVID crisis to turn Canada into a lawless nation-state. Biko Agozino has called such expropriations of democracy in Africa “executive lawlessness”. I suggest, his concept applies now to Canada. By citing government policy documents and Acts of Parliament, I show that the so-called vaccine mandate has no basis in law and is therefore not enforceable except by the totalitarian abrogation of the law itself. Second, complicit with the manipulation of an unrelenting campaign of fear, panic and scapegoating, particularly of unvaccinated persons, the mass of Canadians have conceded to throwing both their inalienable and state guaranteed rights at the feet of the executive branch’s illegal and reckless abrogation of civil, legal and human rights. This is called participatory totalitarianism. This second part of the essay uses the skill of formal logic applied to critical thinking and the use of inferential reasoning to demonstrate rational resistance and to judge one’s impulse to be obedient to authority. I demonstrate the limits of the nonsensical idea of “conspiracy theory” which is weaponized to promote obedience to authority. In doing so, I rely on the most well-placed experts in virology and immunology who help us to judge how to parse the opinions of experts. I conclude by arguing that resistance and disobedience to authority is the only thing that will preserve the rational exercise of authority.


Election or not, Canadians must ask tough questions about how the public health strategy for COVID-19 has enabled politicians and enterprises to trash the Constitution and brush aside civil liberties, legal rights and human rights. The basic question is this: By what Act of Parliament or authorization guaranteed by the Constitution of Canada can the Prime Minister, Premiers, Mayors and enterprises in Canada:

  1. compel Canadians to undergo a medical procedure (i.e., experimental COVID-19 vaccination) against their conscience, though permitting exemptions for medical, creed and religious grounds?
  2. discriminate against conscientious objectors and authorized non-vaccinated persons by means of intimidation and threats to deny goods, services, termination of labour contracts and freedom of movement?
  3. subject Canadians, by means of threat and intimidation of denial of Constitutional guarantees and human rights protections to genetic harvesting (i.e., PCR test) irrespective of medical, creed or religious exemptions?

In addition to these legal questions, are Canadian governments and business enterprises that are coercing Canadians against the sovereignty of their person contravening the principles of the Nuremburg Code and the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights?

My opinion is that with this baseless, illegal and unauthorized intrusive mandate, the guarantees of liberal democracy are revoked before our eyes, while some of us, scared out of our wits, cheer on totalitarianism. In this, Canada and other liberal democracies such as Australia are no different from China which, in a general regime of social control, conditions access to goods, services and employment on total obedience to authority.

Guaranteed by a) the Canadian Constitution, b) there being NO Act of Parliament suspending the Constitution and c) various Acts and policies affirming Constitutional Supremacy, the rule of law holds in Canada. All and sundry, therefore, are barred from exercising dictatorial power currently exercised through a so-called vaccine mandate. It must be made clear that this so-called mandate is fictitious and has no force of law to compel conformity nor to punish.

 So, in the first instance two things must be considered, and both rest on the rule of law.

First, Health Canada’s 1997 Communicable Disease Report Supplement Canadian National Report on Immunization, 1996 establishes the following, which I italize, bold and underline for effect: “Unlike some other countries immunization is not mandatory in Canada; it cannot be made mandatory because of the Canadian Constitution”. If this is not unambiguous enough, the Report adds that “It must be emphasized that…exceptions are permitted on medical or religious grounds and reasons of conscience; legislation and regulations must not be interpreted to imply compulsory immunization”. Though a general statement, this latter phrase is given emphasis in the 1997 Report because, at the time, three provinces established a legislative and regulatory regime for K-12/13 students be vaccinated. Ontario and New Foundland required proof of diphtheria, measles, mumps, polio, rubella and tetanus. Manitoba required measles, but it subsequently did away any such requirement. As currently noted on the Manitoba government health website: “No, immunizations are voluntary in Manitoba”.

Having trouble finding about the fact that no government in Canada can mandate vaccines nor punish you for not ‘voluntarily’ ceding your inalienable rights? Not surprising. Brian Peckford notes that

The Canadian National Report on Immunizations statement above was published in the May 1997 Canada Communicable Diseases Report (CCDR) by Health Canada. After the creation of the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) in 2004, the CCDR was transferred to them. The website and subsequent CCDR reports carry the PHAC designation.

But the difficulty is not only because this information is buried deep within the thicket of departments, it is also that NO government or enterprises illegally compelling Canadians is in a prominent way informing Canadians of the full range of their rights over their bodies.

Second, the Prime Minister, Premiers and business enterprises have unlawfully intimidated and threatened Canadians with “consequences” for not submitting to an unconstitutional and criminal violation of their section 7 legal rights under the Canadian Charter: “Life, Liberty and Security of the Person”. For those that refuse on grounds of conscience, which is a step removed from punitive action, one consequence is forced subjection to the PCR test which harvests their DNA to determine whether they carry the virus. Note, the vaccinated, especially given waning immunity and breakthrough infections (which they cannot get from the unvaccinated) are not subject to testing. But what does the law in fact say about life, liberty and security of the person down to our DNA? Here we refer to the Genetic Non-Discrimination Act, but first it is necessary to define what a PCR test is.

According to the National Human Genome Institute,

Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a common laboratory technique used in research and clinical practices to amplify, or copy, small segments of genetic material. PCR is sometimes called “molecular photocopying,” and it is incredibly accurate and sensitive. Short sequences called primers are used to selectively amplify a specific DNA sequence. PCR was invented in the 1980s and is now used in a variety of ways, including DNA fingerprinting, diagnosing genetic disorders and detecting bacteria or viruses. Because molecular and genetic analyses require significant amounts of a DNA sample, it is nearly impossible for researchers to study isolated pieces of genetic material without PCR amplification.

So clearly, the PCR is genetic harvesting. Whatever the reason it is for is irrelevant! Now here is how Canada’s Genetic Non-Discrimination Act defines a “genetic test”:

genetic test means a test that analyzes DNA, RNA or chromosomes for purposes such as the prediction of disease or vertical transmission risks, or monitoring, diagnosis

or prognosis.

 This is relevant because section 3 of the Act prohibits forced genetic testing as a condition of:

  1. providing goods or services to that individual;
  2. entering into or continuing a contract or agreement with that individual; or
  3. offering or continuing specific terms or conditions in a contract or agreement with that individual.

So no government, whatever, can force individuals to take a genetic test. The Act further prohibits punishment for refusing to undergo testing, refusal to disclose the results if one does submit to a genetic test and that the results of the test collected or disclosed without the individual’s consent. In doing so, the federal government, provincial governments and municipal governments imposing a coercive health treatment regime are in contravention federal and provincial human rights charters.

As to Rapid Antigen Tests which only identifies antibodies to the virus, it is does not seem like the Genetic Non-Discrimination Act is applicable. Yet, the issue of coercion, intimidation, threat and surveillance to undergo an invasive procedure seems to be relevant.

It is logical to assume the statute rests on three grounds. First, an affirmation that medical practice and research in Canada is guided by the post-Nazi Nuremburg Code of Ethics, now encoded in the World Medical Association (WMA) Declaration of Helsinki – the gold standard for research and practice. Second, the demonstrable practices of Nazi Germany and the United States of America’s various secret national and extraterritorial medical experimentation programs that targeted minorities and neo-colonized countries. Finally, the prohibitions of the Act recognize the clear and present risks to individual and societal sovereignty posed by a fast moving world of market-based genomics research.

It is my opinion that the Prime Minister and Parliament are making an end run around the constitution. To disparage and refute this opinion, the righteous may cast the slurs of ‘conspiracy theory’, ‘anti-vaxxer’, ‘COVID misinformation’, ‘vaccine hesitant’ and the like. Failing this, others invoke the claim that this is a global pandemic and so whatever measures the government takes to keep us ‘safe’ is justified.

The terms of stigmatization are little more than ad hominem attacks to comfort the intellectually slothful, majoritarian cultists and authoritarian knaves who would amplify the self-deception of those blindly obedient to authority. In the first instance, there is no such thing as a “conspiracy theory”, there is only the theory of conspiracy. A theory is a theory is a theory, and a theory might be a working hypothesis. We should not believe that theories which do not conform to majoritarian induced thinking are not valid. The issue is availability and quality of evidence to support a theory. We must be open to all theories and to be capable of using formal logic to judge, but not condemn the theory or its advocates. To the extent governments and the state are racketeer enterprises that routinely wrap malfeasance behind the secretive iron curtain of ‘national security’, we are left with the ironic endorsement of Justice Muldoon that,

Canadians may shudder to realize that the security needs of a free and democratic society are, in a few basic essentials, much the same as those which totalitarian societies arrogate unto themselves. Utter secrecy, subject to certain checks, in security intelligence matters is one.

There is then, every reason, where there is a pattern of practice of conspiracy in the halls of government and corporate boardrooms, for the public to infer conspiracy where concrete evidence is unobtainable. But in liberal democracies some conspiracies are so open and transparent, that this is what makes them conspiratorial: they invite us into the conspiracy, so we cannot see it as such. When Canadians are denied goods, services and deprived of work, are we not seeing a direct parallel to the Chinese government conditioning access to goods, services and employment to ‘good civic behaviour’. How is our present condition under the “vaccine mandate” any different?


The cause of the ‘emergency’ is not to be dispelled because COVID-19 is real, however much the virus is possibly the result of a ‘lab leak’ resulting from research admittedly authorized and funded by Anthony Fauci, who, through artful dodging, denies it was “gain of function” research. The Intercept, through an FOI, has found evidence for research that Fauci funded the joint effort of Chinese and US researchers, sponsored by the National Institutes of Health in the United States which developed pathogenic viruses that could infect human respiratory cells. To get around the fact that politics is being played with public health and science, the waters are muddied by a vast COVID vaccine indoctrination campaign led by Big Pharma (Astrazenica, Johnson, Johnson and Pfizer), investors such as Bill Gates and political toadies who will no doubt join the boards of Big Pharma to write public health policy in the future. There are others, such as Dr. Richard Fleming, who take the “gain of function” hypothesis to its logical conclusion, that it is bio-warfare either gone awry or as planned. And the “vaccine” is a perverse second level of warfare against the people of the world. Whether one is persuaded by claims resulting from concrete evidentiary citation, patterns of practice or inference, to dismiss these hypothesis out of hand or to be indifferent to them is to foreclose the opportunity of citizens to demand total knowledge about what their governments are spending their tax dollars on and then to assess whether bio-chemical warfare research is something they condone.

Thus implicated in this nefarious corporate-state-moral entrepreneurial takeover of people’s bodies are government elites and a vast assortment of moral entrepreneurs who lump together non-vaccers with anti-vaccers as idiotic and obtuse anti-science zealots. The former are conscientious objectors about this particular vaccine. Some of them include people who have not been vaccinated and those who are singly and doubly vaccinated. Their point is that it is a matter of inalienable conscience and bodily sovereignty for individuals to choose what goes into their bodies, having been fully informed of the risks and that this procedure is experimental. Anti-vaccers are persons who reject vaccines altogether. But here too this is a heavy brush. Some anti-vaccers object to modern vaccine technology given the non-disclosure of ingredients, the refusal of governments to carefully track injuries and that governments have waived liability for manufacturers. Others yet are anti-vaccine as a matter of creed and religious principle. Whatever the case may be, “anti-vaccer” is used as a slur by the righteous vanguards of orthodox secular religion disparage those who dare to resist market medicalization and state control in asserting their fundamental principles. These individuals are raising important questions because pharmaceutical corporations are indemnified from legal sanction if one dies or sustains injury from the COVID-19 vaccine. This begs what recourse in law individuals have if they experience severe, debilitating and life-altering side effects from a so-called “safe” COVID-19 vaccine?

To be clear, we do not deny that an urgent, responsive and science-based public health approach is needed. The question of the Canadian governments claim that both the COVID-19 gene therapy vaccine and that its one-dimensional Big Pharma approach to public health is the ONLY valid approach is best left to the medical clinicians and research scientists. But here too, the experts are not of one mind and, importantly, scientific debate and knowledge of injuries is being suppressed. There is significant and substantial differences of opinion and the scientific community is in uproar. Against those of the dominant paradigm, others such as Robert Malone, inventor of the mRNA vaccine, Peter Doshi, editor of the British Journal of Medicine, insisting on a pause in the push to inoculate for COVID-19 with a gene therapy based vaccine that is inadequately researched and rushed to market. Indeed, Sucharit Bakhti, world leading microbiologist and virologist is sounding the alarm that the world is being subjected to a massive unethical experiment that amounts to a crime against humanity. Exaggeration? Maybe. Some science commentators downplay the evidence of dangerous side-effects using the VAERS in the US. Yet, others come to very different conclusions here and here looking at the same data. Indeed, Dr. Peter McCullough argues that the CDC – through statistical shenanigans, definitional bafflegab and outright subterfuge – is burying the data of deaths and injuries from COVID vaccines.

But there is no longer any debate – the data is in. Dr. Brian Brydle, a virologist at University of Guelph, warns that the extent of vaccine injuries have a time lag as we will not know for months or many years to come whether some of the vaccinated will be infertile, suffer myocarditis, experience unknown childhood diseases from infants drinking breast milk, birth defects, and the loosening of the body’s lock on viral diseases the immune system had kept in check. Among these experts whose credentials and reputation is impeccable and who are warning us we are at the lip of an event horizon from which there is no coming back is Geert Vanden Bossche. Our political and health system leaders are, he contends, and he is not alone, doing something far worse than lockdowns. The coercive roll out of a mass experimental vaccine during a pandemic is applying selection pressure to the pathogen, forcing it to be not only more pathogenic, but also unstoppable. In effect, like antibiotic resistant bugs, we are on the cusp of a super virus immune to any known medication – which of course catastrophic because of its global scope.


Whom to believe? My opinion is not whom to believe, since people will believe what they will, but that we are in a full-blown coup in Canada, aided and abetted by political leaders who have never seen a means of garnering more power they did not like. We need to take an ecological approach to politics, as we should take an ecological approach to publish health regimes that do not rest on the perverse incentivization of the medical industrial complex. Because, for example, the link between COVID-19 and pollution and fires ravaging our world is apparent, so too is the link between the willful destruction of our democratic ecology with corporate-state racketeer totalitarianism raging around the world. As much as a coalition of ruling elites are using COVID-19 as a pretext to achieve perverse ends, now is the time for local and global citizens to protect what little remains of democracy by demanding that their governments obey the law, or else – since they are not the only ones who can issue ultimatums!

Freedom of conscience and control of our bodies is inalienable. Freedom of information is essential to both. It is time Canadians informed themselves and asserted their rights and refuse to obey commands that have no force of law, for it is clear their leaders would prefer they were ignorant of the law.  

Revolution of mind is the first step in the perpetual motion toward social democratic participation. It is essential that Canadians cultivate critical thinking that enable them to judiciously determine when it is appropriate to be dis-obedient to authority. Question the question. For the love of life as Chris Hedges says – ‘resist, resist, resist!’ By demanding accountability from holders of high office and their total obedience to the law of the people, we will restore sanity and demand more of liberal democracy than totalitarianism in democratic clothing.