We and our colleagues from the UNESCO Chair at the Université de Sherbrooke are conducting parallel research on the various movements against health measures. A core group of people who are part of these movements or who believe in this agenda come from the far right.
During the pandemic, we've seen different movements coming together in anti-health measures groups. These movements are merging and working together in a category that I would call the “anti-authority movements.” My colleague, Ms. Perry, has already published articles on this topic.
Anti-authority movements are often conspiracy movements that question all forms of authority: government authority, health authority and educator authority. According to these groups, educators like me are indoctrinators.
During the pandemic, we've seen that they have—