Trudeau threatens to cut healthcare funding in provinces that refuse Digital Health ID
Tuesday, February 14, 2023 by: Ethan Huff
Trudeau committed to spend just $196.1 billion on healthcare over the next 10 years, an amount far too low, say provincial leaders, to keep people covered. Trudeau’s financial commitment to maintaining the long-term health of Canadians was so low, in fact, that the premiers of Canada’s provinces and territories gave a joint press conference immediately after Trudeau’s announcement.
“One of the things that we did see today is that there wasn’t a lot in the way of new funding that is a part of this package,” said Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson. “To say the least, I think we were a little disappointed in that.”
In order to receive any of Trudeau’s funding, Canada’s provinces and territories must also agree to digital identification data collection, a controversial program that Trudeau is now using as blackmail to try to force Canadians to join.
“Yesterday, in Canada, Justin Trudeau met will [sic] all of our provincial premiers,” explained one person on TikTok about the conditions that must be met in order to receive federal healthcare funding in Canada. “And basically told them that we would not be able to get funding for our healthcare unless the premiers agree to the digital IDs.”
“You will actually not be able to carry a bank account or do anything online regarding financial transactions … For farmers and consumers, you will not be able to get into stores. You will not be able to even sell anywhere. Once they have this system in place, this is where the digital currency will come in … You will not be able to shop online … You will literally need this ID in order to get TikTok, Twitter, or Facebook. No more fake accounts … If you want your taxes done or any sort of government benefits, you will need a digital ID … You will not be able to get an Internet provider without this digital ID, and they will be able to track you. This is basically a hostage situation of our tax money.”