JustWatchMeTravel.com is designed to dismantle the PCR requirements for citizens to travel unencumbered both inside and outside of Canada.
Freedom of movement is ultimately the responsibility of men and women, not their government. The right to exercise this freedom requires us to:
Uphold Section 6 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Lay claim and uphold our rights to refuse, without consequence or penalty, involuntary:
as enshrined in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and The Nuremberg Code .
Foundational information on PCR testing
The chain reaction of events that may follow if we do not act now
How you can begin to take action
Opportunities for future legal action
If you want to know how to take action + travel freely
Challenging the degradation of our civil liberties requires not only men + women to take a stand, but also a community of legal professionals willing to stand for them in a court of law.
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We will be launching a crowd funding campaign for the attorney, expert witness and other professionals
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History is repeated until the lessons are learned.
We have been here before. In Canada, our civil liberties were suspended by Pierre Elliot Trudeau in October, 1970
Our government has historically invoked violence, oppression and the removal of civil liberties to maintain power and control. Most fail to remember or recognize the removal of rights as these events are typically marketed as “for your own safety” or “in the best interest of the people”. The end result is always the stripping of our civil liberties.
Governments never fully restore rights we surrender.
"Just watch me" is a phrase made famous by Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau on October 13, 1970, during the October Crisis.
When questioned by CBC reporter Tim Ralfe on how far he would go in the suspension of civil liberties to maintain order, Trudeau replied "Well, just watch me."
Three days later, he invoked the War Measures Act,.