First major world politician apologises for vaccine mandates
Danielle Smith, the Premier of Alberta, Canada, has become the first senior elected politician in the world to issue an apology to the unvaccinated for the discrimination they suffered at the hands of the government during Covid-19 lockdowns.
Premier Smith was direct and forthright in her statement, saying:
“I can apologise right now. I’m deeply sorry. For anyone who was inappropriately subjected to discrimination as a result of their vaccine status, I’m deeply sorry.
“For any government employee that was fired from their job, because of their vaccine status, and I welcome them back if they want to come back.”
The news is a welcome breakthrough in the fight for justice, not only for those who were victimised and ostracised by the vaccine mandates, but also those who have suffered medical harm as a result of the vaccine.
It begs the question – when will a member of the Australian Government be brave enough to do the same?