Thursday, February 11, 2021 by: Ethan Huff
(Natural News) International travels who try to enter Canada from elsewhere are learning the hard way that Justin Trudeau’s henchmen are ready and waiting to throw them into Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) internment camps straight from the airport.
This is what happened to 34-year-old Steve Duesing, who upon arriving in Toronto from Charlotte was told that he would have to quarantine for three days at a camp or be arrested and taken to jail.
“I’m in one,” the Scarborough man told the Toronto Sun, contradicting the official narrative that there are no internment camps for the Chinese virus in Canada.
“I was told when I arrived (at Pearson International Airport) Sunday night from Charlotte that it was either three days quarantine or go to jail,” he further explained.
Duesing says he was escorted via shuttle bus straight from the airport to a nearby Radisson Hotel, located on Dixon Road, where he was ordered to stay confined in his room, with guards perched outside to ensure he would.
“I am not allowed to leave the room,” Duesing indicated. “There is a guard at the end of the hall.”
Before being forcibly hauled off to the ninth floor of the Radisson, Duesing was forced to get tested for Chinese germs. A cotton javelin possibly containing a secret vaccine was thrust into Duesing’s nose or anus, after which he was forced to just wait in solitary confinement for the results.
“I was told I can’t order in food,” Steve told reporters on the phone as he looked outside down into the parking lot where there was a Tim Hortons, a Harvey’s, a Subway, and a Swiss Chalet.
Coronavirus is a cover to destroy your civil liberties, make you a government slave
While still in North Carolina visiting a friend, Duesing paid $130 to get a Chinese virus test, to which he tested negative. Upon arrival in Canada, however, Duesing was forced to get tested again because those are the “rules.” And part of those rules apparently allows people to be imprisoned against their will because Chinese germs are just too darn scary to continue allowing freedom and liberty.
“It feels like that,” Duesing said about his jail-like experience living in the Radisson. “I don’t have any say in it.”
The Public Health Agency of Canada was unhappy with the “rapid test” results that Duesing procured upon arrival in Toronto and demanded he take another. In the meantime, he was forcibly detained without probable cause of any crime.
“I was escorted by police to a shuttle bus and taken to this hotel, which is fenced off from the public,” Duesing indicated, noting that the facility had a detention center feel to it. The facility was wrapped in a protective barrier, preventing anyone from coming or going without an escort.
“It’s a lonely, solitary existence,” Duesing lamented. “I should be allowed to leave at 10 pm tonight (Tuesday).”
Even the Toronto Sun was forced to admit that this type of setup hardly fits a supposedly free country. Writer Joe Warmington added that it also “seems punitive,” as if Duesing had committed some kind of crime simply for existing as a potential “carrier” of the Chinese virus.
“If he had a fever or cough, perhaps precautionary measures of some kind could be taken,” Warmington writes, recognizing that this has all gone way too far. “But taking away someone’s liberty is obscene. It feels like a violation of basic human rights in a country that purports to champion such freedoms.” (Click to Source)
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Not by choice.
“I was told when I arrived (at Pearson International Airport) Sunday night from Charlotte that it was either three days quarantine or go to jail.”
So he was escorted on a shuttle bus from Pearson to the nearby Radisson Hotel on Dixon Rd. But this is no normal hotel stay.
“I am not allowed to leave the room,” he said. “There is a guard at the end of the hall.”
So, he must remain in a ninth-floor hotel room while waiting for the results of a COVID test he was forced to take.
Joined by award-winning photographer Jack Boland, I interviewed Steve on the phone from the parking lot as we looked at him through the window of his room where he could see Tim Hortons, Harvey’s, Subway and Swiss Chalet.
He’s effectively incarcerated.
“It feels like that,” he said. “I don’t have any say in it.”
The worst part is before he left from visiting a friend in North Carolina, he got a COVID-19 test as required by new rules.
“It cost me $130,” he said. “I tested negative.”
Duesing said his ordeal began when the Public Health Agency of Canada didn’t accept this rapid test and ordered him detained until the results of their own test were known. The agency did not respond to the Sun‘s request for a comment.
“I was escorted by police to a shuttle bus and taken to this hotel, which is fenced off from the public.”
It definitely has a detention centre feel to it. There is a barrier preventing anybody from coming and going and a security detail checks every vehicle entering the property.
It’s a lonely, solitary existence, added Steve. “I should be allowed to leave at 10 p.m. tonight (Tuesday).”
This doesn’t seem legal in a free country. It also seems punitive. If he had a fever or cough, perhaps precautionary measures of some kind could be taken.
But taking away someone’s liberty is obscene. It feels like a violation of basic human rights in a country that purports to champion such freedoms.
A notice in his room said, “You must remain in your assigned room and are required to limit face-to-face contact with others outside of your immediate room assignment.”
Just like a prisoner, he gets water sent up and a sandwich.
“I don’t have any symptoms,” said Steve. “I am angry, but other than that, I’m fine.”
But he worries about the eight other people taken off his American Airlines flight, and dozens of others, inside this hotel. ”Some cried and said they would lose their jobs or didn’t have babysitters,” he said.
There was no leniency. They were no longer free. They were ordered into government custody.
“It’s very annoying, but I couldn’t imagine going through this with a family or having people waiting for me,” he said.
This big question is, will he have to pay to be forced into this hotel. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said people will have to finance their own mandatory hotel quarantine when travellers land at Pearson.
“I haven’t signed anything, or agreed to pay for anything, and I won’t,” he said. “I think I got lucky and arrived the last day before you had to start paying because Trudeau said people will have to pay $2,000 to $3,000 to stay the three days to cover the cost of security, doctors and food.”
Whatever it costs, it’s not a hotel stay, but a bizarre pandemic rendition into a Canadian COVID containment hotel!