A new report from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) smears Canadians who criticized Trudeau’s policies and Health Canada’s stance on COVID as “violent extremists.”
CSIS released its 2022 Public Report on Thursday.
The report says Ideologically Motivated Violent Extremism [IMVE] is a significant security threat in Canada — and IMVE can come from those who are “anti-authority.”
The report highlights the COVID-19 pandemic, and specifically those who challenged the government’s medical apartheid and health experts.
“The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated xenophobic and anti-authority narratives,” the report says.
It adds, “Violent extremists continue to exploit the pandemic by amplifying false information about government measures, the COVID-19 vaccine and the virus itself on the internet.”
No examples are given about what constitutes “false information” about government measures, the COVID-19 vaccine, or the COVID virus.
However, it appears that CSIS still believes the “safe and effective” narrative that Canadians were promised by Trudeau and Health Canada (before thousands of Canadians got vaccine- injured, including death, and Health Canada hid the vaccine status statistics when it was clear the shots didn’t work as advertised.)
The report continues: “These narratives have contributed to efforts to undermine trust in the integrity of government and confidence in scientific expertise.”
In other words, Canadians who undermine trust in Canada’s institutions are seen by CSIS as a particular threat to national security — regardless as to whether said institutions have earned or lost trust.
CSIS also states that it now dedicates 50% of its country-terrorism resources towards “investigating this threat.”
During the COVID pandemic, Canada’s health agencies openly threatened to take away doctors’ medical licenses if they went against the pro-vaccine narrative.
Furthermore, documents reveal that Health Canada knew that vaccines were unlikely to prevent infection or transmission of the Delta variant before Trudeau implemented federal vaccine mandates.