Canada the Latest to Offer Free Coronavirus Vaccines to Poor Third Worlders

Most third world countries do not have a coronavirus problem, because they didn’t have the option of locking down their economy, so they just didn’t bother to do testing. Obviously, even if you believe in this virus, you have to admit that no one knows it exists if you don’t do testing, and thus there is no reason to fight against it.

Africa, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, most of South America – no one is doing this.

The third world countries that are doing it partially are the ones that have already reached a certain level of development and are also closely linked to the West, like Mexico.

Nonetheless, first world countries are obsessed with injecting third world countries with this gene-altering vaccine.

Australia and now Canada are offering free shots.


Canada, which has reserved enough doses to vaccinate residents against COVID-19 several times over, is in talks with other governments about a plan to donate shots to lower-income countries, according to three sources familiar with the matter.

Canada has made deals to buy more doses per capita than any other nation, according to researchers at the Duke Global Health Innovation Center in North Carolina.

It is among a handful of wealthy nations that reserved billions of doses between them before late-stage trial data came in, ensuring they would get access even if only one or two vaccines worked.

Canada could donate extra doses through the World Health Organization-backed COVAX facility, which would distribute them among recipient countries, said a Canadian government source.

Separately, a COVAX source confirmed discussions were going on between Canada and other governments and organizations involved with COVAX, a facility created to ensure equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines.

“We are not going to allow those doses to go to waste,” said a third source.

Sources declined to be identified as the discussions are confidential.

Asked about the issue in a parliamentary committee meeting on Monday, Deputy Procurement Minister Bill Matthews said Canada “would have options” if all seven suppliers had their vaccines approved but that it was “too early” for a plan.

Everyone admits that the vaccine has greater risks than the virus, and even if you don’t do a lockdown, you are not guaranteed to come into contact with the virus.

There is no reality in which it is worth taking the risks involved with this vaccine.

Third worlders probably understand that better than whites, and are just going to pour these shots down the sink rather than risk the side effects of injecting their populations.