The Fight for Freedom | Interview with John Carpay, Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms
December 15, 2021
John Carpay is the president of the JCCF, the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms. The JCCF has been pursuing many provincial governments across Canada to provide justification for their emergency measures. The JCCF is also involved in actions against universities who are mandating vaccines. John Carpay speaks to the emergency legislation that has been put in place in Saskatchewan as well as other actions they are taking.
On the question of lockdowns…
“There’s some legitimacy to temporary lockdowns for the purpose of not getting too many people sick all at once. You’ve got the emergency legislation, which I think is valid legislation. If appropriately used. But it’s been morphed into this permanent perpetual emergency that never ends.”
On targeting the unvaccinated…
“I would say even if the vaccine is effective in protecting the individual recipient from severe illness, that doesn’t change the fact that the vaccine does not stop the spread. Therefore, there’s no scientific, intelligent, medical, rational justification for persecuting the unvaccinated or for working towards a hundred percent vaccination rates.”
As it pertains to those who refuse the vaccine …
“You can’t lock up 6 million people, but what you can do is once you start locking up a few, that increases the intensity. We already have a lot of involuntarily vaccinated people, it’s so sad.”
On how the courts are responding to court filings …
“Thus far, the courts are way to deferential and they’re not actually demanding that governments really fully show that justification [for impinging on citizen’s rights]. Documents that have finally been provided by the Alberta government were full of assertions and very, very short on facts.”
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