Residents protest vaccine passports

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A group of Kincardine residents are mad as heck and they aren’t going to take it anymore.

On Saturday, Sept. 18, Kincardine Freedom, a group of about 20 protestors, gathered in downtown Kincardine, carrying signs with messages proclaiming their disapproval with the vaccine passports and demanding medical freedom.

Larry Kraemer, a spokesman for the group, said the group was trying to raise awareness as to the implications of what he called the “crazy laws the government is bringing out, and how totally non-compliant with Canadian laws and Canadian traditions that they are.”

He said negative viewpoints are disregarded, even with information provided by international doctors drawing questions about the vaccine and the efficacy of face-masking and social distancing. He said it’s been known for 100 years that masks are useless in aerosol disease spread.

When asked if the group is against the vaccine or just the passports, Kraemer said “I don’t consider them a vaccination because they modify your RNA and that goes against Canadian law… and the Nuremberg code, which Canada is a signatory to, and I’m fine if it is voluntary – you choose to take it – but giving gene-modification therapy to children, to adults, to use coercion, to use threats, to use a vax pass or whatever you want to call this silly thing that they’re talking about – every one is a gigantic intrusion into Canadian rights and every one of them is in direct confrontation with our charter of rights and freedoms and we are opposed to them.”

Tammy Schneider, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Kincardine Independent

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