Biosecurity Acts To Be Used to Dole Out Unreasonable Fines Of $66,600+

Houston, we have a problem.

Fun Fact #1:

“Pathogen” referred to in the photos below is by definition the *broadest* way to describe a virus or disease. It can be used to refer to bacteria or a virus.

Fun Fact #2:

Australia made the changes to their Biosecurity Law (that they are now using to hand out these fines), IN DECEMBER OF 2015.

Notably: Ours was also changed recently, as well.

[Keep these two facts in mind as you read the following.]

I discovered something from an article I read about what’s currently happening in Australia:
“Under the Australian Biosecurity Act 2015, refusers of coronavirus vaccination[1] in Australia could be at risk of five years imprisonment and/or a $66,600 fine.[2][3]”

….That seems steep as fig, right?! Like, there was no way; too high to be reasonable.
So, I looked a bit further, and they are actually dead straight about these fines.

They’ve already been giving them out:

So, then it got me thinking… Does Canada have one of these “Biosecurity Acts”?

Turns out, we do. It also turns out, we have way worse shit written in ours.
[See Photos Below]

2.0 Risk group classification and licensing requirements

As listed on the Canada.ca website [here] in case you were wondering:

“SARS-CoV-2 is classified as an RG3 human pathogen and an RG2 animal pathogen. Licensing and permit requirements are based on sample and activity type, and whether or not the material containing SARS-CoV-2 is imported. More specifically:

  • A person conducting controlled activities with material containing SARS-CoV-2 requires an RG3 Pathogen and Toxin Licence issued by the PHAC. Controlled activities must be performed in a facility that meets the requirements specified in the CBS for a Containment Level 3 (CL3).
  • A person carrying out laboratory analyses or diagnostic testing (i.e., non-propagative diagnostic activities) with material containing SARS-CoV-2 may be exempt from the licensing requirement under Section 27(1) of the Human Pathogens and Toxins Regulations (HPTR). Furthermore:
    • If the material containing SARS-CoV-2 is not imported, the biosafety recommendations outlined in Section 3.0 of this biosafety advisory are recommended to mitigate the risk of personnel exposure and release into the community.
    • If the material containing SARS-CoV-2 is imported, a permit is required under the Health of Animals Regulations (HAR). If the material containing SARS-CoV-2 is a human primary specimen, quality control sample, or a proficiency panel, the HAR permit will be issued by the PHAC. If the material containing SARS-CoV-2 is an animal product, by-product, or primary specimen (e.g., tissue, serum, blood), the import permit will be issued by the CFIA. Activities with imported material must be performed in a facility that meets the requirements specified in the Canadian Biosafety Standard (CBS) for a Containment Level 2 (CL2).

Controlled activities are defined in Section 7 of the Human Pathogens and Toxins Act (HPTA). They include possessing, handling, using, producing, storing, permitting access, transferring, importing, exporting, releasing, abandoning, or disposing of a pathogen. In this biosafety advisory, controlled activities only refer to controlled activities with whole live SARS-CoV-2 that is not in its natural environment (i.e., not in a primary specimen). For more information on applying for an import permit or a licence, please visit our website or contact the Licensing Program at the PHAC.”

This is worse than our Public Health Act being changed to give the Governor-General the power to do whatever she wants.

Can you imagine getting hit with one of these $60,000 fines or jail-time for not getting vaccinated?! This is getting more and more terrifying by the day – and it’s clearly turning out to be not the virus we should be wary of; it’s the government.

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