The Champ and his biggest scalp yet!
To describe Justin Trudeau, Canada’s boyish president and rumoured love child of Fidel Castro, as controversial is akin to asking if a bear completes his considerable toileting in the woods.
Trudeau, whom you read about earlier today in the Chas Smith tour de force, “Surf groupies giddy as Canada’s prime minster ‘Juicy’ Justin Trudeau announces he’s single and ready to mingle” has objected to honour killings being labelled barbaric, described Quebecers as “superior” to other Canadians, immediately fretted about the fall-out for the “marginalised” following the Boston terrorist attacks, has enjoyed the use of “blackface makeup” and went all-in during the COVID pandemic rivalling even Victorian premier Dan Andrews for slavish enforcement of emergency laws.
Now, the fifty one year old has fallen foul of Kelly Slater following revelations Ontario man Garnet Harper, a thirty-five-year-old father of five, died after medical authorities refused a kidney transplant because of his non-vax status, despite his own brothers offering to donate their organs.
Harper was diagnosed with stage five kidney disease in February 2022 and died in May, 2023.
Slater shared the video, below, along with the comment, This is criminal, Canada” and tagged Trudeau.
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Slater, who suggested the term condition “Stockholm Syndrome” where hostages develop a psychological bond with their captors be renamed Melbourne/Australia Syndrome following after that country’s heavy pandemic laws, has long pleaded the case for bodily autonomy as well as the danger of pushing relatively untested vaccines onto populations.
Slater has told of friends dying from the vaccine, either from side-effects of suicide. Even his mum Judy Moriarity “thought she was dying and fears her quality of life has changed in the past few days for good,” wrote Slater.
He added, “And for people saying listen to the doctors, I’m positive I know more about being healthy than 99% of doctors, but I wouldn’t trust me. But most of my covid info comes directly from doctor friends, many of them in disagreement with the official ‘science’.
His stance hasn’t been popular, the Champ regularly attacked by the mainstream press.
Peter FitzSimons, a star columnist for broadsheet The Sydney Morning Herald, mauled Slater in a brutal opinion piece.
A few of the choicest cuts,
Ummm, Kelly. Do you get this is not just about you, but about the community you are a part of? That getting the vaccine is not just about keeping yourself safer, but also limiting the likelihood of you passing it on to those less healthy than you.
You don’t get that? OK, if you must, do go on.
If something happens to me it’s on me, not someone else.”
(See above. You risk passing it on! Seriously, how hard is this?)
The next bit from Slater is all about how 99.7 per cent of all people who get COVID are fine, so what is the big deal, particularly when “this is clearly a disease of obese, unhealthy, and elderly”.
This is too obvious a nonsense to spend any time on it. The healthy people who go down to COVID are too myriad to dwell on.
And as to 99.7 per cent being fine, that is just – what that’s word again? – bullshit. In fact, globally, a little over two per cent of those who contract COVID die from it – so you’re about 700 per cent out. But it is not just those who die that count. What about those, having survived, who are still suffering from it, including fatigue, foggy brain, and difficulty in breathing!
Anyway, let’s get back to Kelly Slater so he can unload this pearl.
“And for people saying listen to the doctors, I’m positive I know more about being healthy than 99% of doctors, but I wouldn’t trust me. But most of my COVID info comes directly from doctor friends, many of them in disagreement with the official ‘science’.”
Hello, United Nations? World Health Organisation? The medical establishment around the world?
Yeah, look. Call off the jam. Despite the 735,000 now dead in America from COVID and the millions around the world, turns out it’s no big deal at all! Yes, you heard me! Kelly Slater the surfer knows more than 99 per cent of all of you, and he not only won the world surfing championship 11 times – so he should know a lot about medicine, I think? – but is supported by some doctor friends! So I guess it’s all a hoax after all!
I know. Go figure.
Enough. I am not sure I can stand repeating any more of his staggering hubris.
Ironically, Slater has since been proved largely right.