• 2023
  • Jan
  • 31

Gaining Steam: Convoy Through the Prairies

Tuesday January 31, 2023

By Tawney Johnson

When the world shut down in March of 2020, I was not immune to the feeling of isolation, despite being surrounded by my amazing family. I’m a married mother of two, and we live in a small Southern Saskatchewan town, where I am the town librarian. As a former member of the Canadian Armed Forces, I possess a certain way of thinking, of acting and of caring for my fellow Canadians. As an Indigenous woman, I’m also attune to a certain way of viewing the environment around me, as we are all part of a greater collective and it’s up to us to live our lives in accordance with the natural laws, if you so choose. The virus had me concerned and wanting to “do my part” and get through the quarantine and keep my family and community safe. Then it seemed like it was going to last longer than originally anticipated, and we were to buckle down for the long haul. As time went on, the feeling of something not being quite right kept growing but I still was fine with being a “good community minded citizen” and continued to do my part as we slowly eased back into work (with the door closed, and no contact between us and the outside community). Then we entered into what felt like a constant rotation of lock-down, open up, lock-down, etc.

As the fall of 2020 loomed, chatter on various Social Media groups and pages started to get busier and busier with the organization of rallies popping up nationally, voicing opposition to yet more lockdowns. As a former reporter, my research propensity kicked in, and I went looking for more details, as I knew that there were always two, if not more sides to a story and the MSM were only concentrating on the one side. It was refreshing to see that there were people out there that had somewhat the same thoughts and beliefs as I do. Then the announcement of a solution (v-a-x) arose and as I looked into those details, it just didn’t sit right with me.

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  • 2023
  • Jan
  • 30

COVID-19: A Pandemic of Medical Malfeasance

Monday January 30, 2023

By Scott D. G. Ventureyra

The COVID-19 crisis has functioned as a Trojan horse for advancing the agenda of the New World Order (a one-world governance). As time passes, the suspicion continues to grow that there was little, if any, justification for the draconian measures taken throughout the world to “curb the spread” of COVID-19. Governments, health organizations, big pharma, big tech, and the legacy media all seemingly acted in lockstep to exponentially advance the World Economic Forum’s infamous Great Reset. Klaus Schwab and co-author Thierrey Malleret make clear in the conclusion of their book, COVID-19: The Great Reset, that the pandemic “represents a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine and reset our world.” I argue in my recent book, COVID-19: A Dystopian Delusion, that all of these draconian and unscientific measures such as lockdowns, mask mandates, vaccine mandates, the unrelenting assault on informed consent, the rollout of experimental vaccines, the mainstream media’s mass fear mongering campaign, and the censorship, punishment and character assassination of effective dissenting voices, were all done to relinquish our rights under the guise of public health. The truth is that none of this was ever about our health; if it were, we would have seen transparency, effective government policy, and decision-making that was focused on our wellbeing. Indeed, many of these “remedies” have been more harmful than the disease of COVID-19.

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  • 2023
  • Jan
  • 29

Monologue with a Mugger

Sunday January 29, 2023

By Jen from 360 Press

In March 2020 The New York Times published a photography exhibit called ‘The Great Empty’. It featured pictures of town squares, subway stations, beaches - public spaces that are usually crowded with people - but all now eerily empty.

The pictures are beautiful, but creepy. There’s something unnatural and dystopian about the empty spaces, the closed shops.

Photography by The New York Times. Click here to see more…

When the truckers rolled into Ottawa on January 29, it was in a state of semi-lockdown. Proof of covid vaccination was required to participate in much of normal society. Businesses were required to operate at no more than 50% capacity. Outdoor skating rinks and trails had a 25-person limit. It had been almost two years, and we hadn’t found a way to relieve the emptiness.

Into this silence and emptiness came the truckers. They flaunted their community in the face of social isolation. They dispelled the sense of fear with their celebrations. And they filled the silence with their horns.

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