Comments Off on 664 – Re-masking fascism – COVID’s politics of submission
“The masking laws are a means of obedience, a potent prop to ensure obedience and compliance. The scientific community has an avalanche of evidence that masks don’t work.”
So says Canadian Constitutional lawyer Rocco Gilati, who on behalf of a number of plaintiffs, has filed a constitutional challenge in the Ontario Superior Court, seeking declaratory and injunctive relief against the COVID-19 measures.
AMONG the defendants:
Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada Dr. Theresa TAM, Canada’s Chief Public health Officer Marc Garneau, Federal Minister of Transport Doug Ford, Ontario Premier Dr. David Williams, Ontario Chief Medical officer Christine Elliot, Ontario Minister of Health and Long Term Care Stephen Lecce, Ontario Minister of Education John Tory, Mayor of the City of Toronto Dr. Eileen De Villa, Toronto Chief Medical Officer
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) Continue reading »
More than being a demonstrated lifesaving treatment in fighting the COVID-19 virus (SARS CoV-2), hydroxychloroquine has now become a symbol of the fundamental political divide regarding the government-mandated lockdown.
Donald Trump’s recent announcement that he is personally using hydroxychloroquine was a direct challenge to negative mainstream media narratives about the drug. It was also a direct attack against those on the Left determined to keep the COVID-19 lockdown in effect for as long as possible, no matter how many people may die or suffer in the process.
In many jurisdictions around the world, it may appear that the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown is slowly ending, but the reality is that it is incrementally being extended – indefinitely – as politicians seek to entrench their recently exercised undemocratic powers over the rest of us. Political threats to repeatedly shut down areas of the economy on the basis of future COVID-19 statistics means that the economy may never be able to recover.
Tragically, at the root of all the shutdown strategies lies a single priority: the protection of healthcare ‘systems,’ a priority placed above that of protecting the lives of the people forced to deal with those systems. When the pandemic began, ‘flattening the curve’ to prevent hospitals from being overrun was the first and only stated objective of the shutdown. Today, the continued rationale for the shutdown is anybody’s guess, as it can change by the hour, and often does. But the priority hasn’t changed even though politicians insist their motivations are based on ‘saving lives.’
By placing the public spotlight on his use of hydroxychloroquine, Trump boldly demonstrated how ‘saving lives’ is not the goal of the mainstream media or the Left. Once again, Trump brilliantly did what was Just Right: he exposed the hypocrisy of those who claim to be motivated by ‘saving lives’ while simultaneously opposed to the use of that which is life-saving.
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Comments Off on 654 – The ‘not normal’ — still living under the COVID-19 lockdown
What’s being described as a possible post-COVID-19 ‘new normal’ should instead be called ‘the not normal.’
Global vaccine advocate Bill Gates insists that “Normalcy only returns when we’ve largely vaccinated the entire global population.” If so, then normalcy will never return and ‘not normal’ will be a permanent condition under which we will be forced to live.
Despite promises that a vaccine to combat SARS CoV-2 will eventually be developed, there is a growing body of expertise warning that this goal may never be reached. Among them is Doctor Judy Mikovits who works in the field of developing immune therapies: “There is no vaccine currently on the schedule for any RNA virus that works.”
For expressing these and other opinions that do not reflect the official narrative on the pandemic shutdown, many have found their voices being suppressed on social media. For example, YouTube recently removed the video featuring California doctors Erickson and Massihi from its platform, and then later removed the video featuring Dr. Judy Mikovits.Continue reading »
According to CBC News (April 15/20), the Canadian federal government let it be known it was open to new laws to fight ‘pandemic misinformation.’
One instance cited was “the misinformation regarding conspiracy theories about what triggered the pandemic – claims that it was cooked up in a lab, for example.” Ironically, the growing evidence and consensus about the SARS CoV-2 virus is that it was indeed engineered in a lab, though theories of how it initially spread vary greatly.
Another example of ‘misinformation’ that the Canadian government wants to fight, are claims that the drug hydroxychloroquine has demonstrated itself to be effective at treating COVID-19. Again ironically, the growing evidence and consensus about hydroxychloroquine is that it is indeed very effective in treating the COVID-19. Continue reading »
Comments Off on 643 – Canada’s crisis: from alienation to alien nations?
Canada is in crisis. In many ways, that crisis is similar to that faced by the European Union and its recent loss of Britain as a constituent member of that union.
In this, the second part of our conversation with Dr Salim Mansur, professor emeritus of political science at Western University, we discover that the fluid dynamics of the nation-state can easily lead to alienation ‘within’ nations. When interests and common values once shared instead become a source of conflict and cause for national divisions, the resulting alienation may lead to the literal formation of alien nations.
Given the rise and fall of the nation-state throughout history, it is clear that nations are far more fragile than most people generally perceive. The temporary duration of the various political structures under which humankind has been governed or ruled throughout history merits due consideration.
After having considered the state of the unions known as Britain, Europe, and America, our attention now turns to Canada, the country that many consider to be the ‘odd man out’ with regard to the most recent political shifts in the Anglosphere.Continue reading »
Comments Off on 632 – Cherry pickin’ – Top picks about the Don Cherry controversy
It’s remarkable what such an innocuous phrase as ‘you people‘ can tell us about we people.
The termination of Don Cherry‘s career over his concern – and the way he expressed it – about how so few people in Canada today wear poppies on Remembrance Day was less a story about Cherry than about the growing intolerant mindset of Canadians.
This intolerance is particularly applicable to those obsessed with race, open border immigration, and virtue signalling.
The associative train of thought, along with a complete abandonment of context that was necessary to condemn Cherry as a racist and a xenophobe is both outrageous and irrational. According to the logic, ‘you people’ = ‘immigrant’ = ‘people of color’ = ‘racism and xenophobia’ – and whatever else one may subjectively wish it to mean.Continue reading »