TORONTO, Ont., April 28, 2003 ( – Most Toronto citizens, who are going about their lives quite normally, are puzzling over the fear and paranoia of people outside the city who are afraid to travel to Toronto and many within the city who are needlessly worrying themselves sick over what they are hearing on television and reading in some newspapers.  It is actually extremely rare to encounter someone who personally knows anyone who has been infected by this latest form of influenza.

Financial post editor Terence Corcoran, an astute observer of UN shenanigans for many years, ripped into the World Health Organization’s Toronto travel advisory over SARS. He wrote, “All I can say is welcome to the wonderful world of the WHO, global headquarters for the world’s worst intellectual virus: junk science.”  Corcoran emphasized that “in any reading of the facts, Canada and Toronto have SARS under control… the risks of contracting SARS in Toronto are now infinitesimal.”

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