In a passionate speech delivered at a People’s Party of Canada rally in London, Ontario Pastor Henry Hildebrandt, who continued church services in defiance of Ontario’s lockdowns, explains the reasons for his civil disobedience.
Speaking truth to power takes courage. And that courage was in full display at the People’s Party of Canada’s (PPC) ‘Ice Cream Rally’ held in Basil Grover Park in London Ontario where those speaking out against the pandemic of fascism included the London-area PPC candidates Kyle Free, Marc Emery, and Mike McMullen.
At the same August 31 event, also speaking out against tyranny were University of Western Ontario student Hannah Salamon-Vegh, Church of God Pastor Henry Hildebrandt, and Kristen Nagle, the registered nurse who was fired for objecting to the ‘Covid vaccination’ for children. It should not be surprising that these people of principle should be found in the PPC camp.
As Canada’s only federal party on the Right (where freedom is to be found), the PPC is the only party opposing the Covid lockdowns, censorship, mask mandates, and above all, forced ‘vaccinations.’ These are fascist policies so evil to their core that it boggles the imagination that Liberals, Conservatives, New Democrats, and Greens are in full support of them. Together, these parties have established a tyranny unlike anything ever experienced in Canadian history.
When our interview last week with New Brunswick PPC candidate Jack Minor was removed from our YouTube channel, Just Right Media was also served with a notice (and penalty) informing us that we had violated the platform’s ‘Community Guidelines.’ Those guidelines explicitly prohibit any discussion opposing any fascist narratives about ‘Covid-19 vaccinations’ being spouted by the World Health Organization.
“Don’t forget to take your vitamins today. I took mine but they won’t work unless you take yours.” Silly, yes. But such is the non sequitur being used to promote and mandate dangerous ‘experimental’ injections into the arms of every man woman and child on the face of the planet.
The cognitive dissonance required to accept this kind of logic as a reason to ‘get a jab’ or to sacrifice one’s individual freedom is a subject that deserves our attention, especially since a significant portion of the population actually thinks this way. Many of them would not see the humor in our opening ‘vitamin’ example.
For those who still don’t get the joke, taking vitamins (or any medicines) works for the person taking them even if no one else takes vitamins. Seriously. That’s actually a fact. Similarly, getting vaccinated works for the vaccinated even if no one else gets vaccinated. Seriously. That’s what being ‘vaccinated’ means. Otherwise, it’s not a vaccine.
Not only that, but being ‘vaccinated’ means being vaccinated ‘against’ something. Yet, according to the manufacturers of the injections themselves, the so-called ‘Covid’ vaccines do not even protect against ‘Covid’ or prevent the spread of any viruses that may cause ‘Covid.’ Still, despite these glaring admissions, there are people who take the jab under the exact opposite expectation, oblivious to what they have been told.
But the cognitive dissonance doesn’t end there. Many take the ‘vaccine’ in the hope of regaining some limited freedom of mobility. But again, officials have already told us in no uncertain terms that whether vaccinated or not, mask wearing, lockdowns, and more forced ‘vaccinations’ will continue unabated. Consider the sheer lunacy of it all.
“I hate politicians” declared Canada’s most popular voice for “united non-compliance,” Chris Sky. “I don’t like the idea of having to become a politician just to reach the people and get them to realize they don’t need a politician to save them.”
And on that premise Chris Sky has recently been making enemies of many who support his message, but who choose to fight for freedom on a political platform. On Canada Day (July 1) at an Ottawa rally against the lockdowns, its organizers accused Sky of disrupting their event. Sky responded by calling the organizers “liars” and by insisting that he had been invited to speak.
The dispute was brought to the attention of American and international audiences when Sky appeared on the Stew Peters Show critical about how he had been treated in Ottawa. Sky’s narrative was then immediately countered by Mark Friesen, who debated the issue with Sky on a subsequent Stew Peters program.
Consequently, what at first appeared on the surface to be a ‘tempest in a teapot’ over mix-ups in scheduling, proved to be disturbing evidence of a much deeper brewing problem.
“For those who do not want (a vaccine) I believe mandates at the local level need to be done,” announced Anthony Fauci to the media. “Government won’t do mandates. I hope within the next few weeks you will see the empowerment of local enterprises giving mandates – colleges – universities – places of business – a whole variety – and I strongly support that.”
Meanwhile, Joe Biden condemned the governors of Florida and Texas for banning forced vaccinations and announced: “If they are unable to do the right thing, they should allow businesses and universities who want to do the right thing to be able to do it.”
Tragically, the right to property has become twisted into a ‘wrong to property’ by those calling on the private sector to implement government objectives. Both Fauci and Biden have called on private institutions and businesses to do the government’s dirty work for them by mandating ‘vaccines’ to their employees and customers.
They’re counting on private institutions to invoke their ‘private property rights’ and ‘freedom of association’ as grounds to discriminate against the unvaccinated – something the government cannot so easily do given its ‘public’ status. This has become the political reality in all the Western nations dealing with the government imposed vaccine crisis.
In mid-July, Ontario Premier Doug Ford suggested that Ontario would not be implementing a so-called ‘vaccine passport’ despite his government’s having previously suggested otherwise. But at the same time, private businesses and retailers in Ontario have been implementing their own versions of this divisive concept, some insisting that only those vaccinated may enter their premises, while others insist that those vaccinated may not enter their premises.
Either way, these establishments are guilty of discrimination and should be held accountable for these discriminatory practices. So says our guest Paul McKeever in a position paper developed for the Freedom Party of Ontario.
“Outlaw vaccination discrimination now!” suggests Paul, applying arguments and principles rarely heard (or understood) in the discussion of this very serious controversy. Up till now, the issue has been polarized and argued in an intellectual, moral, and philosophical vacuum, with each side blind to the strict context within which such a discussion is valid – the context of free trade.
Maxime Bernier’s arrest in Manitoba on June 11 was unprecedented in Canadian history and yet went virtually unreported by the legacy Canadian media. In this interview with Robert Vaughan, Mr. Bernier describes how he has been cancelled by the media for political reasons.
Also discussed is his insulting treatment by the RCMP, the recent federal court decision on the constitutionality of Justin Trudeau’s quarantine hotels, the New Brunswick government’s admission that they are indeed infringing on peoples Charter rights, and Mr. Bernier’s promise of a Royal Commission into the handling of the pandemic should his People’s Party of Canada be elected to Parliament.
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