Last updated on January 12th, 2022 at 08:19 pm
Quebec Premier Francois Legault is calling it a “health contribution“. But it’s a sly way of calling it what it is: a penalizing tax against those who refuse to be coerced in having a medical procedure done to them against their will.
Legault has announced the province would be imposing this health tax in the coming weeks on Quebeckers who have not received at least one dose. As for how much it would cost Quebec citizens, Legault did state that he wanted it to be significant enough to incentivize citizens to get jabbed; possibly as much as $50 or $100.
So unvaccinated Quebec citizens, who by virtue of living in–and thus, already paying into–a socialized healthcare system in Canada, would be penalized with having to pay extra in taxes. This calls into question the legality of such a move.
Needless to say, all of this is but another violation of the Hippocratic Oath; now commonplace since the introduction of these therapies being touted as “vaccines” over one year ago. Clearly, the efficacy of this “vaccine rollout” has to be questioned as reports continue to accumulate showing a high level of vaccinated patients suffering from the virus. Close to 85% of Quebec residents have received one shot, and close to 78% are fully vaccinated.
Legault made the announcement one day following the resignation of public health director Dr. Horacio Arruda who cited public backlash for the reason to step down. On New Year’s Eve, Quebec imposed an overnight curfew which led to open defiance and protests. It was the second time the province had put a curfew in place since the Covid scare.