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The Unseen Side of Science: Unmasking the Pandemic Policy in Canada

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Exposing Canada’s COVID Charade


By: Jack Thompson, Staff Writer at The Westward Independent


In an era where the phrase “trust the science” became a mantra, a recent bombshell revelation on Natali Morris’ YouTube channel, Redacted, has left many Canadians questioning just which science to trust. Dr. Regina Watteel, a Canadian statistician and author of “Fisman’s Fraud,” sat down with Morris to unravel what appears to be one of the most significant deceptions in Canada’s pandemic response.


Dr. Watteel’s journey into the heart of this controversy began with a deep dive into the studies that shaped Canada’s COVID-19 policies. What she uncovered was not just alarming—it was a brazen manipulation of data to fit a preconceived narrative. According to Watteel, a study led by a researcher named Fisman, which claimed that the unvaccinated posed a greater threat of COVID-19 transmission than the vaccinated, was based on simulated data that blatantly contradicted actual government data.


Despite 80% of the Canadian population being vaccinated, the country witnessed a surge in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. Instead of reassessing their approach, the government doubled down on their mandates. Watteel’s family, like millions of Canadians, felt the brute force of these decisions. From being barred from public venues to university students being kicked off campus for non-compliance, the policies were more than just an inconvenience; they were a draconian infringement on personal freedoms.


This wasn’t just a case of academic oversight. Watteel’s revelations point to a calculated effort to deceive. The study, which gained traction in the media and was used by politicians to justify stringent policies, presented a fabricated reality. It scapegoated the unvaccinated, justifying the government’s iron-fisted mandates that restricted freedoms and polarized society.


The personal toll of these policies, as recounted by Watteel, paints a picture of a nation under siege by its own government. Families torn apart, careers derailed, and basic freedoms trampled—all in the name of a policy built on a foundation of deceit. In a particularly compelling part of her interview, Dr. Regina Watteel offers a heart-wrenching account of how Canada’s stringent pandemic policies ravaged her own family. Her narrative paints a vivid picture of the personal toll these measures took: her two university-aged children, both varsity athletes, were barred from campus and stripped of their athletic careers, never to compete again. Her youngest child faced severe isolation, cut off from normal social interactions. Watteel’s husband, a federal employee, was directly impacted by the vaccine mandates, leading to significant work disruptions. Even more distressing, her sister, a dedicated heart technician, lost her job due to her vaccination status. These aren’t just anecdotes; they’re a microcosm of the widespread suffering and upheaval experienced by millions of Canadians, vividly illustrating the profound personal and societal impact of these government policies.


The conflict of interest underlying this study is perhaps the most egregious aspect of this saga. Fisman, the study’s lead author, was found to have ties to pharmaceutical companies, including Moderna. Meanwhile, the University of Toronto, which published the study, received government funding for pandemic research shortly after. These glaring conflicts were not disclosed, raising serious questions about the integrity of both the research and the researchers involved.


Watteel’s exhaustive efforts to seek accountability led her from academic journals to law enforcement but to no avail. Her story is a chilling reminder of the power of institutional inertia and the dangers of unchallenged authority. It’s a wake-up call to Canadians and to the world at large.


Perhaps the most damning aspect of this ordeal is the realization of the real-life consequences of these policies. Watteel recounts the isolation, the job losses, the erosion of basic civil liberties – a landscape of despair painted by policy decisions rooted in questionable science. This isn’t just a story about bad science; it’s a narrative about the loss of public trust, the weaponization of fear, and the collateral damage inflicted upon ordinary citizens.


This story, as told by Dr. Regina Watteel, is not just about a failed policy but a systemic failure that calls for a critical reevaluation of how science, media, and politics intersect. It’s a stark reminder of the importance of scrutinizing data and the motives behind them, especially in times of crisis. For those seeking to understand the complexities and manipulations in pandemic policies, “Fisman’s Fraud” is a must-read. It’s a tale of courage in the face of overwhelming odds, a story that every Canadian, and indeed every citizen concerned about governmental overreach, should hear.


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