A group of leading Jewish Israeli medical scientists, physicians, researchers and legal scholars have condemned Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for his smear campaign against protestors in Ottawa. Trudeau and the Canadian government, along with legacy media have constantly portrayed these protests as something they are not. This includes racist, “fringe” and extremist to point out a few examples.
Trudeau even went as far as to accuse members of the opposition (Conservatives) as “standing with the swastika.”
It’s quite easy to recognize that Trudeau has engaged in a smear campaign, especially for us here at The Pulse. We’ve been on the scene in Ottawa since the beginning and we can tell you these protests are nothing but peaceful and represent unity, love, and freedom. You can follow our coverage on Instagram, Facebook, and Telegram.
Despite this fact police seem to be trying to evoke violence while, in some cases, being aggressive towards peaceful protestors.
We came across a copy of the letter scrolling through the twitter feed of Stanford Professor of Biophysics & the 2013 Chemistry Nobel Laureate, Michael Levitt. He’s one of the authors.
“You adopted a smear campaign portraying protesters as ‘Nazi sympathizers’, ‘racist’ and ‘antisemitic’. Freedom Convoy is a legitimate civil protest which aims at restoring fundamental liberties.”
On a side note, several researchers from various academic institutions in the United Kingdom, United States and Canada have published a new paper in pre-print form titled, “The Unintended Consequences of COVID-19 Vaccine Policy: Why Mandates, Passports, and Segregated Lockdowns may cause more Harm than Good.”
It may give you some insight into why these Israeli scholars refer to vaccine and other mandates as Draconian. You can access the paper and a deeper discussion about it, here.
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