One on One with Michelle | Kassandra Murray: Silent Suffering of Children | National Citizens Inquiry

1 year ago


In this compelling one-on-one interview, Kassandra Murray speaks with #NCI Spokesperson Michelle Leduc Catlin to shed light on the devastating effects of #COVID19 policies on the cognitive health and emotional well-being of school children across Nova Scotia. As a teacher in a private school, Murray felt compelled to share her first-hand experiences with the wider community.

Through Murray's powerful full testimony, we learned of the profound fear and mistrust that has taken hold of our children as a result of the policies and instilment of fear from media. Many of them question whether they have made someone else sick and have lost confidence in themselves. Worse yet, Murray notes that she has seen evidence of cognitive health declines and developmental delays in her students - consequences that will likely impact them for years to come.

To make matters worse, Murray herself faced discrimination for her choice not to be vaccinated. She was segregated in the school and was even recommended to wear a micro-climate helmet. Murray's story is a poignant reminder of the human cost of these policies, particularly on the most vulnerable members of our society - our children.

Kassandra Murray's courage in sharing her story is a call to action for all of us to prioritize the well-being of our young people, and to work together to create a brighter, more hopeful future for them.

#COVID19 #TruthMatters

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