Journalist who pushed concentration camps for unvaccinated dies suddenly

 March 6, 2024

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

A COVID-19 shot activist, a journalist who insisted on concentration camps for those who wouldn't take the experimental injections, has died suddenly at age 33.

A report at Slay News confirms the death of Ian Vandaelle.

He was blunt in his demands: "Take the jab or resign." … "Require vaccination to do, uh, non-essential things. Wanna go to a bar to watch the game? Passport."

And, he said that unvaccinated members of the public should be taken away to concentration camps.

The report said Vandaelle, a Canadian business journalist who worked for the Financial Post, was hospitalized suddenly and was then "declared neurologically dead."

The report said, "Vandaelle advocated for vaccine passports and mandates and called for the firing of anyone who refused the injections. He also suggested that unvaccinated people should be arrested and taken away to concentration camps by their governments."

Stephanie Hughes, Vandaelle’s partner, said in the report he was taken off life support after being declared dead.

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