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henrymakow.com — Apr 27, 2021
After he was hired by Canadian Natural Resources in Northern Alberta, Corey Hagopian was deceived, tested and quarantined in depraved conditions, against his will.
by Kinsey Nordlund – (henrymakow.com)
Imprisoned – blacklisted – unemployable – lines – mind games – terror tactics – lies – nondisclosure agreements – rotten food – submit – signing documents under duress – you don’t have a choice – snitches.
What do these words have in common? A worksite in Northern Alberta.
I had the pleasure of speaking with a wonderful young man last Sunday.
Corey Hagopian and his girlfriend sold everything they owned in Ontario for the promise of a better future in Alberta.
What he encountered at on a job site in Northern Alberta was nothing short of a nightmare. Trained in electronics engineering as a technician with a specialty in non-destructive testing and ultrasonics, he was hired to work at a Canadian National Resources (CNQ) site in Northern Alberta.
He was told he would be working 40 minutes from Edmonton; they failed to mention that was by plane. When Corey found out he would be flying into camp he asked about being Covid tested. He was told no he wouldn’t be tested; that they could not force him to be tested.
He got on the plane and at the other end of the ride, he was told to line up for a test. He managed to avoid being tested then but they came looking for him the next morning demanding he be tested.
He managed to escape that test to get into the field to work but that evening his trainer insisted he needed to be tested. Corey responded by repeating that he was told he wouldn’t be forced to test.
The trainer said that he couldn’t force Corey to test but they could force him off the site if he refused. Corey thought about it and decided that if he was going to be forced to test then he didn’t want to work there.
He was told he couldn’t get off the property by bus, car, or plane without being tested. He was trapped. He agreed to the first test; he spoke to the nurses explaining he had a sinus issue and to please be careful. The nurse was anything but careful, the next morning when he bent to tie his shoes his nose began to bleed and proceeded to ooze blood for the next few days.
Although he was upset and angry about the violation of his person and his personal rights it appeared to be a one-time thing and he could get his months shift in and go home.
Before the first week was out the one-time test turned to every 72 hours; then every 48 hours, then by the end of the week it was everyday.
Not agreeing with their protocols, he said once he was paid for the first week he was leaving. That first weeks pay was withheld. He continued to put up with procedures trying to get to the next payday so he could leave.
On the 11th day in camp being tested everyday, he was told he had a positive result. When he asked to see the results, he was denied.
He was ordered to pack his things he was being moved to an isolation unit.
INCENTIVES TO VICTIMIZE PEOPLE