Earlier this week, Canadian Airports Council – described as “the voice of Canada’s airports community” – called for an end to the federal vaccine mandates.
The vaccine mandate isn’t sitting well with airline CEO’s, including the head of WestJet Airlines, Alexis von Hoensbroech: “As vaccines are not preventing the spreading of the virus since Omicron, there is no more logic to maintain it,” said the WestJet CEO.
Vaccine mandates for airplane travel have been lifted in almost every country on earth. As far as our research shows, only three outliers remain: China, North Korea and Canada. At Canadian airports, travellers are up-in-arms regarding chaos for those attempting to travel outside the country.
Non-vaccinated Canadians need not bother to pay taxi fare to the airport. These unfortunates cannot leave our country period. We arrive at a conclusion less than properly articulated by Canadian media:
Canada maintains the most restrictive rules for travel in the world. Except, perhaps, for China and North Korea. CBC and CTV have not a problem with it. Ditto for Globe & Mail, Toronto Star and Montreal Gazette. In post-modern Canada, whatever government dictate, media promote. Or at the very least, rationalize on their behalf.
Who is in charge of of locking Canadians inside our country? Ultimately, it is Justin Trudeau. Next to him is the person he appointed as overseer of national transportation, Liberal Cabinet member Omar Alghabra.
As far as CAP can discern, Mr. Alghabra was selected as Federal Transportation Minister for one reason: to comply with every decision made by Justin Trudeau and the PMO. It’s the only kind of politician Trudeau wants, or will accept: the type who will serve as yes-men and yes-women for the will of the prime minister.
The Canadian Airports Council has blamed massive customs delays on the pandemic measures and an insufficient number of staff. Lineups are so long the airports can’t physically contain them.
“Canada’s Airports call for the removal of vaccine requirements for all air passengers and aviation employees.”
Last week, Parliament voted down a Conservative Party motion to revert to pre-pandemic rules for travel. Liberal MP’s, their new partners the NDP, as well as the Bloc Quebecois wouldn’t hear of replicating the actions of all other western democracies.
Conservative blogger Spencer Fernando had the following to say regarding a lockdown of Canadians:
“With so many people speaking out against the federal vaccine mandate, and with the policy lacking scientific backing, it is obviously now vendetta-driven. Justin Trudeau hates the fact that many unvaccinated Canadians oppose him politically, and he’s addicted to the expanded government power and control the pandemic has generated.”
“He’s keeping the federal vaccine mandate in place in order to demonstrate his power and to punish his ideological opponents. It’s the kind of action you would expect from a dictator.”
Here’s a subject Transportation Minister Omar Alghabra knows about. He is, at present, a citizen of dictatorial country: Syria. Or perhaps Saudi Arabia. The issue has never been clarified.
Cultural Action Party wish Mr. Alghabra no harm. As it turns out, there is a country in the Middle East in which he holds citizenship. Because of this, he can safely and securely transition to that country, and live out the rest of his life in peace We recommend he do so, enjoying the journey back home.