Headlines for February 23 --
February 22, 2022
Ontario judge Julie Bourgeois, who denied convoy organizer Tamara Lich bail, ran for the Liberals in 2011 and was appointed to her sinecure by Fidelito in 2015. Does anyone still have any faith in the just-us system?
How rare are vaccine side effects? Not very rare at all.
68,000% Increase in Strokes as FDA and NIH Secretly Study Reports of Neurological Injuries After COVID-19 Vaccines
Former Pfizer VP Warns COVID-19 Vax Program Is Part Of A Worldwide Conspiracy And A "Criminal Manufacture"
Victory for protesters in New Zealand as Jason Ardern announces plans to end restrictions and vaccine mandates
Discrimination is ok as long as it is against Europeans
Trudeau makes protests for whites illegal while exempting refugees, immigrants, ethnic minorities
This opens the door for Irregular Migrants and First Nations protest to demand that all wealth held by White people in Canada be transferred to them along with all their jobs etc., really not limited to anything and they well have full protection of the Government
Global compact for migration
The Natives will also get their fill now as UNDRIP is put in place by force.
Reader--"Essentially now Canada is headed to cesspit of the third world, while elevating for a time the Islamic Society and Indigenous Society, while genociding white Christians in Canada."
Business is booming at funeral homes across the U.S. as death rates creep up, particularly among young, working-age individuals
Ex-Blackrock fund manager Ed Dowd has been analyzing data about mortality rates before and after COVID-19 shots became widespread, and found that death rates worsened in 2021 -- after the shots became prevalent -- compared to 2020
Insurance companies are seeing increases in payouts for death and disability; Lincoln National stated death claims have increased 13.7% year over year and 54% in quarter 4 compared to 2019
Scott Davison, the CEO of insurance company OneAmerica, reported the death rate for 18- to 64-year-olds has risen 40% compared to before the pandemic.
Starting in the early hours last Monday morning, convoys departed from over 40 locations across the small country, from as far as the southern vacation city of Eilat, and the northern town of Metula.
Participants decorated their cars with slogans in Hebrew and some in English. "Freedom", "I want my country back", "Green pass = black stain" and "end the coercion" were some of what was seen plastered along the vehicles in the convoy.
Their destination was Jerusalem, the holy city from where, according to the bible the court is to "proclaim liberty throughout all the land for all its inhabitants," and is now the seat of government of the State of Israel.
The demand was a "repeal of all the COVID and anti-democratic legislation enacted over the past two years, according to their press release.
A total termination of all COVID restrictions and the return to normal life. Including complete cancellation of the Knesset's "Enabling Act" which facilitates the state of emergency in Israel,
Return to a normal routine for all Israel's children without any further school closures, quarantine periods, medical procedures on school grounds or mandatory mask wearing,
Complete opening of the economy and a ban on harassment of employees based on vaccination or testing or masking,
Full disclosure of contracts and protocols which to date have been withheld from public review,
Ending the violation of the individual's privacy through street cameras or other illegal surveillance,
Each individual's dignity and human rights should be respected unconditionally by the government regardless of vaccination status.