Open letter to Canada’s Governor General

The Governor General of Canada,
Her Excellency the Right Honourable Mary Simon
Rideau Hall
1 Sussex Dr.
Ottawa, ON,
K1A 0A1

Dear Madam:

In Ottawa today, a great violence is being done to the Constitution of Canada. Peaceful truck drivers protesting Prime Minister Trudeau’s coercive “vaccine” mandate are being subjected to harassment and persecution by Ottawa city police. At issue is the truckers’ refusal to be coerced into taking an mRNA “vaccine”, and given that it is manifestly illegal to compel a person to take an experimental drug against his or her will, why have you not dismissed Justin Trudeau as prime minister under the powers granted to your office by the 1947 Letters Patent of King George VI?”

As you know, these powers, among other things, are to be used to protect the country against those who would abuse their office to the detriment of Canada and her people. Yours is not a ceremonial position; it has real power, as specified in Paragraph V:

“And We do further authorize and empower Our Governor General, so far as We lawfully may, upon sufficient cause to him appearing, to remove from his office, or to suspend from the exercise of the same, any person exercising any office within Canada, under or by virtue of any Commission or Warrant granted, or which may be granted, by Us in Our name or under Our authority” (my emphases).

I cannot believe that you are oblivious to this power or to the malicious harm that Trudeau is doing to this country, or that you are unaware that Trudeau’s conduct is transparently, deliberately, unapologetically unconstitutional. I refer not simply to errors in judgment or ineptitude; but rather a conscious, willful attack on the very nature of Canada and the rule of law. At what point, madam governor-general, do you acknowledge that the man you appointed to be prime minister has betrayed his country and is unworthy to hold office?

Let us suppose for a moment that a foreign army invaded Canada, overthrew the elected government, paraded its military through the capital, and installed an occupation regime that proceeded to repeal civil liberties, suppress workers’ rights, and indenture the country to foreign corporations and governments. How, exactly, would this hypothetical scenario differ from the one we have today?

Citizens have a right not to be manipulated into harming themselves just to satisfy an uninformed federal edict. These drugs are not vaccines by definition: they do not contain dead virus and they do not confer immunity, as admitted by Pfizer. In an open letter to the British Health Minister Matt Hancock, Michael Yeadon, a former vice-president and chief scientific adviser at Pfizer wrote, in part:

"If any such vaccine is approved for use under any circumstances that are not EXPLICITLY experimental, I believe that recipients are being misled to a criminal extent. This is because there are precisely zero human volunteers for whom there could possibly be more than a few months past-dose safety information”

The Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke famously said, “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” You, madam, are a good person, yet why should history not condemn you if you permit this gross attack upon civil liberties to continue? You have the plenipotentiary power to act. Do not sit by and with equanimity watch Canadian democracy be eviscerated. Trudeau’s “mandate” has no basis in fact and no basis in law, so there are no grounds for harassing the truckers or imposing emergency measures.

The country, and the world, is looking to you to put an end to Trudeau’s tyranny.

Will you do it?

Yours sincerely,

Greg Felton