Transcription – English – Shawn Buckley

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Shawn Buckley:
Like to thank the panel for the opportunity actually to make this presentation because it's much more important than the subject suggests. Now, I'm going to be using the Pfizer Biontech vaccine as an example for this presentation, but this presentation applies to all of the COVID 19 vaccines. And at the end of my presentation, I'm going to give my opinion on whether or not Pfizer proved safety and proved efficacy. And my opinion is going to be based on analysis that have been done by others on the Pfizer dump, the unprecedented number of adverse reaction reports worldwide, and the information that's now starting to come out that suggests that people that are vaccinated are actually slightly more likely to catch COVID. So actually evidence of of negative efficacy. And before I begin, we just had Deanna MacLeod on. But if you recall, when she was on this morning, she made it clear to the panel that these mRNA vaccines are genetic therapy. And she helpfully put up that the FDA in the states, the recommendation is, is that we would expect 15 years of safety testing before we would allow these this type of treatment on the market. But we've been dealing with approval based on months of data. Yeah. Now, why why is this issue important? We have just gone through unprecedented and relentless pressure to coerce every single one of us to participate literally in what is a human experiment.

Shawn Buckley:
And the pressure has come from all sides. We've had the federal government basically saying, if you want to work for us, you have to get jabbed. If you want to get on a plane or a train, you must take this vaccine. And the provincial governments were no less relenting. I live in Alberta and if you work for the province, you had to get vaccinated. If you wanted to go to a restaurant or go to your kid's hockey game, you had to get vaccinated. And then we had the the private sector jump in with both feet and employer after employer after employer required vaccination as a condition of employment. And then we've got this social pressure. The public messaging was so intense that we found basically two tribes were created that didn't exist before we had the vaccinated and we had the unvaccinated and there was fear and hatred. I heard things as outrageous, says we should put vaccinated people in detention camps. We should confine them to their homes where they're not even allowed out to get essential services. And what was the basis what was the fundamental truth that this vaccinated group relied on for this? And that was the belief that these vaccines were safe and effective.

Shawn Buckley:
Now, think about this for a second. If the public messaging had been truthful, well, we don't really know whether they're safe or not. Call us in 15 years. We're really unsure about whether they work. This truly is an experiment, but you're free to do it. We're making it available. There's no way we could have gone through this experience. So understand that whether or not these vaccines are safe or effective is the bedrock that all of this edifice is resting on. I printed off a couple of days ago this is Health Canada's document on the Pfizer Biontech vaccine. And I printed off because I wanted to read the very first sentence, because why in Canada we believe they're safe and effective is because our regulatory body, Health Canada, has approved it. And we believe that Health Canada only approves vaccines if they're proven to be safe and effective. And this is Health Canada's message. So they they begin on the Pfizer vaccine with the sentence All COVID 19 vaccines authorized in Canada are proven, safe, effective and of high quality. This is an outright lie. This is what we call propaganda in a police state. It's absolutely false.

Trish Wood:
So I just want to stop for a second because I neglected to say you are a lawyer who works in regulatory affairs. Have I got that?

Shawn Buckley:
Yeah, I've for 27 years in my law practice, I've been dealing with the Food and Drug Act and drug regulations. I've lectured on them, I've written on them. I've been called as an expert witness on them.

Trish Wood:
Okay, so go on then. Thank you.

Shawn Buckley:
Okay, so here we are. We believe that these have been proven to be safe and effective and in the normal course of events, that would be true. So these vaccines are called new drugs and they would have to go through what we call the new drug approval process. And just to kind of synthesize that and make it simple, they're basically three things that have to be proven to get through the normal drug approval process. First, you have to prove the drugs relatively safe. Second, you have to prove that it's effective, that it does what you're you want to use it for. And then if you're if you prove safety and if you've proved efficacy, then flowing from that. The third thing is, is this cost benefit analysis. Is this a good idea to put it on the market? We're going to get more benefit than suffer harm. It's really just common sense. Now, people believe that's what's happened for the the vaccines, but that's not what happens. So literally weeks before, not even a month, literally weeks before Pfizer submitted their their application, the federal government came out with an interim order that placed a new test. So Pfizer, all of these COVID 19 vaccines are approved under this new test. And I just want to correct something in the a couple of other presenters have suggested that, yeah, Pfizer was first approved under this interim order test, but then later on got re approval under the drug regulations and that is smoke and mirrors. So Pfizer did get approved first under this test, I'm going to explain to you.

Shawn Buckley:
But then this test was put into the drug regulations only for COVID 19 drugs. So when Pfizer and the other companies then transitioned from the interim approval under the drug regulations to a permanent approval, it's the same test. So make no mistake, all of the Pfizer approvals, both for adults and children. And when you understand this test, I hope your blood runs cool, that we've approved this for kids has been under this single test. There's there hasn't been two separate tests for the Pfizer vaccine. Right. So I'm going to read the test to you now. But before I do that, it is so important that the panel understand this is a mandatory test. If Pfizer can meet this test, Health Canada has to approve even if Health Canada doesn't want to. So Health Canada. Listen carefully. Health Canada could actually believe the vaccine is unsafe. Health Canada can believe the vaccine doesn't work. Health Canada can believe that the benefits don't outweigh the risk. It doesn't matter if Pfizer can meet this test. By law, Health Canada must approve. So keep in mind, this is mandatory. Health Canada has no discretion. If this test is met now, I'm going to read this test in two parts. I'm going to read the first part twice. And the first part really is the test. And then the second part weakens the first part. So and now when I read the first part, the minister, that's Health Canada. But listen for the word conclusion, it's very important.

Shawn Buckley:
So here's the test. The Minister has sufficient evidence to support the conclusion that the benefits associated with the drug outweigh the risks. Again, the Minister has sufficient evidence to support the conclusion that the benefits associated with the drug outweigh the risk. Now there's three important things to pay attention here. Pfizer doesn't have to prove the vaccine safe. It's not a requirement. Pfizer doesn't have to prove the vaccine works. It's not a requirement. And even though we have risk benefit language in this test, Pfizer doesn't have to prove the benefits outweigh the risk. That's not what the says. Listen, the minister has sufficient evidence to support the conclusion. This doesn't have to be the minister's conclusion. It doesn't doesn't see sufficient evidence for the minister to conclude. What this means is, as Pfizer can pull from all this clinical data. Evidence points that would support the conclusion, though Health Canada can come to the opposite conclusion that the benefits don't outweigh the risk. But that's not the test. All Pfizer has to do here is cherry pick evidence to support the conclusion and look at a dictionary. Conclusion is synonymous with inference or opinion. So they just have to do that. And and like I say, Health Canada can totally disagree or Health Canada could be in the position. I mean, think about it. We have not had long term safety or efficacy data. Health Canada is likely in the position where they honestly go, well, I don't know, I'm uncertain. Oh, but the government took care of that. So I'm going to carry on with the test.

Shawn Buckley:
I'll start at the beginning and I'll carry on and how it's undermined. So the Minister has sufficient evidence to support the conclusion that the benefits associated with the drug outweigh the risks. Having regard to the uncertainties. Relating to the benefits and risk. So basically the Government of Canada has directed Health Canada for the first time in drug history. If Health Canada is uncertain ever before, I'm not sure what the benefits are. I'm not sure if this is safe. They don't approve because a company has to prove it. But here the test is well, not only do they not have to prove safety, not only do they not have to prove efficacy. This can all be uncertain and that's okay. So Health Canada, you can be completely unsure. The benefits outweigh the risk, but as long as there's evidence that could support that conclusion, you have to approve. It gets worse. I'll start at the beginning. It's hard to believe it gets worse. The minister has sufficient evidence to support the conclusion the benefits associated with the drug outweigh the risks. Having regard to the uncertainties relating to the benefits of risk and the necessity of addressing the urgent public health need related to COVID 19. So there putting a legal presumption in there of danger. Basically to force Health Canada to approve it. So let's talk about about children, because Health Canada could be in the position when they're assessing, do we approve this for children? Where Health Canada is going? Well, we can't actually find evidence of a single death in North America, let alone Canada, of a healthy child from COVID and Health Canada could be looking at Canada government statistics and go, well, statistically, even if we accept, you know, the COVID deaths for kids that have been reported and just ignore that they weren't healthy kids, a child in Canada, my understanding is it's 53 times more likely to be violently murdered.

Shawn Buckley:
Then to die of COVID and Health Canada could be aware of this, but it doesn't matter because there's a legal presumption of an urgent public health risk. So we've we've had this experience as a nation where we've literally been terrorized to to participate in the human experience with the belief. That it's justified because it's proven to be safe and it's proven to be effective. But Pfizer never had to prove that it was safe. Pfizer never had to prove it was effective. And Pfizer never had to prove that the benefits outweighed the risk. And in my opinion, and I've told you what my opinion is based on, I just simply cannot see that it would be possible at all for Pfizer to ever get through the regular drug approval process, where they'd actually have to prove safety, where they'd have to prove efficacy, and where they'd have to prove or show that the benefits outweigh the risks. So we've basically been in this situation where the emperor has no clothes, where we based all of these actions on a premise without anyone actually looking that the test has changed.

Trish Wood:
I think Preston has really good process questions around this. So do you want to take one precedent about this?

Preston Manning:
It just made a very good argument. And what this indicates and this happens to often politics, the government came to a conclusion first that vaccines were the answer to the COVID crisis and everything else. The regulatory process, the scientific analysis was bent around to come to that conclusion. Isn't that what all that documentation says?

Shawn Buckley:
Preston I view this as not actually a test where a pharmaceutical company has to prove anything. I see this as an invitation for Health Canada to approve something. This I mean, this is an outrageous test. I mean, I wonder if Pfizer had spent the money they spent on these this MMR vaccine trying to get some dish soap solution approved to treat COVID. I can't see how they would fail under this test, and ironically, they might have had better evidence, especially on the safety front. So this isn't a test at all. This is the point. Is this this is a fraud. This is a fraud on the Canadian people and the media. And nobody's picked this up. And yet this truly is the basis if if the truth is this isn't safe and this isn't effective, how do we justify any measures that are directed to try and coerce us to participate?

Trish Wood:
I just I always try to bring it back to the personal level, and that is what I mean. You do make a really compelling case. About what you're saying. But I always bring it back to the people involved. I mean, do the people involved. Do you think it's purely hypothetical, but do they understand what they've done? We have a massive one size fits all vaccine policy for a product by your example. They can't actually have confidence in unless they're sleepwalking through the process. I mean, how do you square those things?

Shawn Buckley:
You know, I have no idea what's happened because it's not just an inn. The ironic thing is, is is Health Canada has not broken the law here because the government handed them the test. The real question is, how is it that the Minister of Health in September of 2020 comes out with publishing this test and then the governor in general and council approves it? So we've got Cabinet approval. How does that happen? And then how does every institution I mean, we've got colleges of physicians and surgeons and colleges of pharmacists that actually have a legal duty. They're committing criminal negligence, causing death or bodily harm if they are directing how their members have to work and they cause harm from it. And yet we we've heard from others and we understand that basically doctors autonomy to basically treat their patients, you know, in a way that they professionally believe is best for their patients that's been taken away from them. And they will lose their right to practise if they don't follow the party line. I mean, how have the police not investigated what's going on? How have the courts basically given deference to this message? How is the media eventually captured? I mean, I understand that the public advertising budget on on COVID is likely just blown the roof off of everything. But surely there has to be a larger percentage of the population that will say, no, I'm not going to I'm not going to go along with this. I mean, how many kids do we have to kill and disable before as a society, we can't take it anymore. And people have to just say no. Like, I don't understand any of this. I keep thinking I'm going to wake up and Rod Stirling's going to be beside my bed and say, Oh, that wasn't really real. You just went somewhere else for a while because I don't recognise my country.

Trish Wood:
Yeah. I think that is a feeling held by many, many people and certainly by the people who are here today. Thank you very much. Was really informative. Thank you.

Shawn Buckley:
Thank you.

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