PB to gov’t bureaucracy: I am an independent reporter and genocide researcher. The plandemic is a genocide — see material on my blog, for example. You are colluding in this mass crime, risking Nuremberg2 trials. .
You have just confirmed that White non-English speaking Canadians are discriminated, They have to rely on a translator who is equally corrupted/ignorant, thus deceiving people who might inquire with a crime group called BC gov’t, lackeys of the Pharmafia.
Polish Canadians who understand the scamdemic turn to my Polish blog for material they need to understand the criminal plandemic.
Re. “finding a staff member”. RCMP delegated a Polish-speaking offcer (as if I could not comprehend English!) to enlighten me that “internet” is not the source of info. Earlier, his colleague handed me “guidelines” for treatment of mask cases, printed from the internet, after accompanying me to talk to his friend, a nurse in charge of acute “covid” ward in a regional hospital. She admitted she uses “guidelines”. I know these from BC CDC, Health Canada and WHO websites. They are based on fabrications, lies and science fraud.
I hope not to see you and your supervisors at Nuremberg2.
On Thursday, June 10, 2021, 12:07:13 PM PDT, FIN REV ITB BCRBPinfo FIN:EX <[email protected]> wrote:
Thank you for your enquiry regarding the B.C. Recovery Benefit.
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Why is my language group (Eastern European) discriminated? There is no ready translation to read on the covid relief website, for example.
Further, I do not have a mobile phone nor the time to wait for a live phone agent.
That’s discrimination, too.