An unvaccinated Canadian who underwent what seemed like a wild goose chase to get out of the country says his homeland has gone “insane,” reiterating he’ll never consider moving back until the current government is axed in its entirety..After making the decision to leave for good six months ago amid what he viewed as an increasingly authoritarian landscape, a man who wishes to go by “RD” chose Costa Rica as the destination for his family to establish a new life..Further details on RD’s effort’s to leave Canada can be read here. Long story short, he was blocked from leaving the country at every turn for two months due to Canadian and American proof-of-vaccination policies, all the while his wife and daughter waited for him in Costa Rica as he was effectively trapped until proven vaccinated..Eventually RD used “government connections” to obtain falsified proof-of-vaccination credentials, thus allowing him to get out of dodge..“I had government connections, but obviously I’m not going to name them,” he told the Western Standard at the time..Once in Costa Rica RD says people kept asking him "What the hell is going on with Canada?" to which he replied, "I don’t know, that’s why I got out.".Now, six months later, the freely-flying RD is back in the country for a few days to address some untied loose ends, an experience he says further reiterated he'd made the right call six months ago..“I rarely heard anything about COVID it until I flew back here,” he said..“And then I’m immediately inundated with people squawking about this COVID garbage. It just brought me back to stress. I can’t wait to get the hell out of here again and back to Costa Rica where there’s normalcy.”.RD highlights he still gets asked by Costa Ricans on a day-to-day basis why Canada has been so "forceful" with its COVID-related policies, further noting he sees nobody wearing masks around his new home and kids “aren’t pressured to be vaccinated" against COVID-19..“My daughter is going to an international school and she loves it. Oh yeah, she loves it and she’s doing great,” he said..“In Canada they’re still pushing vaccines on kids when most of the world has done away with this completely. Especially in BC, the way they’re pushing it, what the heck is going on? Everybody needs to get their third, fourth, fifth shot. Will they keep jamming it into themselves every 90 days for the rest of their lives? It’s insane.”.Warning of a potential fall surge of COVID-19 cases, BC health officials are encouraging all British Columbians five years and older to register for a booster vaccine, and BC healthcare workers working in hospitals, long-term care, and community care settings must be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to work. There's a legal challenge underway to reverse this mandate..Last week a BC Supreme Court Judge threw out four cases challenging provincial vaccine-related mandates, leaving many British Columbians disheartened while others celebrate..READ MORE: Grim week for several of BC's vaccine-related court cases.Reflecting on the country's seemingly radical political and cultural changes in recent years, RD says it’s important to “fix the situation in Canada,” acknowledging not everyone can “pick up and leave the country” as he did..But as he previously told the Western Standard, RD’s first and foremost goal is to provide the best possible life for his daughter. In his eyes, that’s what he’s established in Costa Rica..“We’re now growing corn, zucchini, green beans, tomatoes, cucumbers, fruit trees have been planted, it’s just amazing and I can’t wait to get back,” he said..“We’ve got animals on the property. Goats, sheep, rabbits, chickens. We’ve now got our own water supply and everything is solar. We can live entirely off grid. We don’t need food, we don’t need water, and we don’t need electricity.”. Crops . Goats . Chicken .RD still has family in Canada, including his father who's in a care home, but he says the only way he'd even consider moving back to Canada is if the current government is "eliminated."."These people running Canada now need to be gone. Like gone, gone," he said.