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In an exclusive interview for RAIR Foundation USA, former Canadian Forces soldier James Formosa revealed how he believes the military is issuing vaccine exemptions according to rank rather than on a case-by-case basis according to merit. Formosa, a captain in the 3 rd Canadian Division, a regiment posted in Western Canada, served from April 2017 to July 2022, when he was formally discharged due to his decision to apply for a religious exemption from the vaccine mandate, which was denied. Due to his refusal to comply with the mandate, which came into force in October 2021 and was officially put on hold in June 2022, Formosa received an honorable discharge from his military career and has appealed his dismissal. Under new rules, it will no longer be compulsory for military personnel to declare vaccine status.
However, on his way out, Formosa discovered some startling statistics that again indicate one set of rules for the little people – you and me and the lower ranks of the military – and another for those in charge. Justin Trudeau is a good example, perhaps, with his recent maskless flight to Costa Rica for a holiday, while travelers aboard planes leaving and arriving in Canada must wear a mask.
Using the army intranet, accessible to anyone with a military email address, Formosa tracked exemption requests according to rank and geography. He discovered that there was a 14.6 percent approval rate among military captains. For majors, the rate climbed to 55 percent, and for Lieutenant-Colonels, it was 100 percent. Rank has its privileges. But it also seems that geography plays a part too.
He discovered that certain postings, such as those to the Policy Branch and 1 st Division Air HQ in Ottawa, meant that exemption requests were 3,000 to 5,000 percent more likely to be approved. […]
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