The Convoy that United
"It is the Canadian truckers that stand out, and shine brightest. Because it was the Canadian truckers, their boldness, their courage, their determination to stand up to their governments. And it was they who inspired so many others all over the world to finally come together and to be determined to put a stop to governments tearing down the very foundation of our democracies."
The time is now, speak up for freedom, for democracy
News this week
Medical crisis from COVID-19 vaccines while recession looms ...
• Hundreds of healthcare workers declare medical crisis from COVID-19 vaccines. Several hundred healthcare professionals across the world have spoken out about “an international medical crisis due to the diseases and deaths co-related to the administration of products known as COVID-19 vaccines.”
• Dr. Bridle vindicated after Moderna CMO’s confession. A June interview with the Moderna Chief Medical Officer has surfaced where he concedes the spike protein from the COVID vaccine can interact with and damage heart cells, vindicating Dr. Byram Bridle, a Canadian doctor who warned about the vaccine over a year ago.
• Economists warn that recession for Canada is imminent. Tank of Canada (BoC) hiked interest rates to 3.25% as inflation continues to take a toll on the country’s finances. In August the Consumer Price Index fell to 7% down from 7.6% the month prior but the cost of food has spiked by 10.8%.
• Caught on tape: Amazon exec threatened Marketplace shutdown in Canada if competition reforms go ahead. Records also show Amazon has funded some prominent think tanks, which have produced reports critical of antitrust reform.
• A Natural Gas Shortage Is Looming For The U.S. As natural gas demand around the world breaks new records, U.S. shale producers are struggling to keep up with demand. While natural gas prices in the U.S. fell after a railway strike was averted last week, it looks likely that prices both at home and abroad will spike this winter.
Pierre Poilievre confronts Justin Trudeau for the first time as Leader of CPC
Pierre Poilievre faces off against PM Justin Trudeau for the first time in Question Period as leader of the Conservatives. Poilievre grills Trudeau about incoming tax increases on Canadians. Poilievre advises Trudeau to "Ground the jet, park the hypocrisy, and axe the tax hikes". Trudeau can only answer questions with an ad hominem or a straw man argument.
Related news from the Canadian Taxpayers Federation: Canada hikes taxes while 51 other countries provide tax relief: Report. “Ending the tax hikes while Canadians struggle with the pandemic and inflation should have been a no-brainer,” says Terrazzano. “Trudeau could immediately make life more affordable by reducing his tax-take like so many other countries have done.”
News this week
No rationale for mandates while persecution of Freedom supporters continues ...
• Trudeau still doesn’t have any rationale for mandates and restrictions. The dissonance between the Canadian government’s public messaging on vaccination and what their internal risk assessments reveal is highlighted by documents now in the public domain.
• Ottawa Police prosecuting officer for donating to Freedom Convoy. Although OPS asserts that on February 5th Neilson should have known that donating to the Freedom Convoy was supporting an “illegal occupation,” the donation was before law enforcement began cracking down on the protest.
• Justice Centre releases new Report on excess deaths caused by government interventions. The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms released a report on excess deaths caused by government Covid-19 response. The Report concludes that any evaluation of the success of Canadian governments’ responses to the covid pandemic must also thoroughly consider the harms caused by those responses.
• Trudeau Says New Spending Won’t Fuel Inflation. Scotiabank Disagrees. (Bloomberg) -- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a package of measures to help Canadians cope with steeply rising prices, with a major bank and his main rival warning the new spending will only make the problem worse.
• Europe’s Natural Gas Shortage Could Trigger A Food Crisis. About 70 percent of the cost of fertilizer production is solely the price of natural gas, and as the price of energy soars, the cost of making and moving food is increasing alongside it.
• The Alberta Roundup | The Alberta NDP’s “shameless stunt”. Rachel Notley’s NDP knew one of its MLAs hacked Alberta’s vaccine portal causing the system to buckle — and then blamed the UCP government for the system’s failure.
• Former CRTC commissioner says Bill C-11 is a 'power grab over human communications'. “It captures virtually all online audio and video,” Timothy Denton, a former CRTC commissioner and current chair of the Canadian chapter of the Internet Society, told the Senate transport and communications committee. Denton called the bill a “power grab over human communications across the internet and therefore deserves our distinct disdain.”
The WEF in Chrystia Freeland’s own words
Before becoming Canada’s deputy Prime Minister and simultaneously sitting on the board of trustees of the World Economic Forum (WEF), Chrystia Freeland authored a scathing critique of the global organization and the people that attend the annual summit in Davos.
Rupa Subramanya's National Post article: The best critique of the World Economic Forum came from Chrystia Freeland herself.
The left thinks patriotism is “hateful”
What do The Queen, Sir John A MacDonald and the Canadian flag have in common? They’re all symbols of one of the greatest countries in the world that represent equality, individual freedoms and unity… Canada!
But the left sees them as symbols of an empire that espouses hate, colonialism and genocide. This could not be further from the truth. It’s time for a Reality Check.
Jasmine Moulton debunks the hateful rhetoric that the left uses to attack Canadian values and nationalism. From the monarchy to the Freedom Convoy, Jasmine shows us why we should celebrate what makes Canada unique and united under our Maple Leaf.
News this past week
No family doctors, sudden death warnings & the BOC raises rates ...
• Six million Canadians don’t have access to a family doctor: Angus Reid survey. The survey found that six million Canadians were without a family doctor and have been searching for over a year to get access to a general practitioner.
• Ontario school board sends home memo about Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndrome. The Halton Catholic District School Board (HCDSB) has informed parents about the uptick in Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndrome (SADS) in children. And related to that is an older headline: Lewis demands answers on Sudden Adult Death Syndrome. Lewis has received “a steady flow of communications from doctors, nurses and paramedics who are concerned that SADS is indeed vaccine-related.”
• The Bank of Canada increases policy interest rate by 75 basis points, continues quantitative tightening. The Bank of Canada increased its target for the overnight rate to 3¼%, with the Bank Rate at 3½% and the deposit rate at 3¼%. The Bank is continuing its policy of quantitative tightening, and continues to claim that inflation is under control.
• Hurts So Good: Why are so many young women suffering from invisible illnesses? Meet the girls in a world of pain. The author writes about a world of chronic illness sufferers who track their many pains, tests, diagnoses, and doctors visits online. They are the "spoonies", mostly young women, and there appears to be thousands of them.
• The anti-women trans activism movement. Vancouver registered nurse Amy Hamm faces a disciplinary hearing later this month for speaking out – while off duty – about radical gender theory and women’s sex-based rights.
Pierre Poilievre elected Federal Conservative leader
Conservative members have elected Pierre Poilievre as their new leader. Pierre won the federal leadership race on the first ballot with 68% of the vote.
"They don't need a government that sneers at them and calls them names. They don't need a government to run their lives. They need a government that can run a passport office,” @PierrePoilievre says in his victory speech. #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/f8ThuLkMDT— True North (@TrueNorthCentre) September 11, 2022
Queen Elizabeth II
The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon.— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) September 8, 2022
The King and The Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/VfxpXro22W
5 government claims about inflation DEBUNKED
As historically high inflation rates continue to cause the cost of everything in Canada to rise, politicians are scrambling to throw the blame anywhere they can — except themselves.
Conservative Leadership Canada | Dr Leslyn Lewis
Dr. Leslyn Lewis is a Canadian Conservative member of Parliament, taking a stance against Canada's zero carbon goals. Today, she sits down with Dr. Jordan Peterson to discuss climate change, its importance as a movement on a global scale, and how in many ways it has devolved into environmental imperialism.
Among other things Dr. Peterson and Dr. Lewis discuss the road to sustainable enviromentalism, the situation in Sri Lanka and the Netherlands, the fallacy of carbon taxes, and that there is an agenda beyond just protecting the enviroment.
Despite winning votes Dr. Lewis does not receive mainstream media coverage and attention in Canada because "I don't fit their narrative, and their narrative is that the Conservative Party is a white racist party ... and to highlight me would go against the media and the social narrative."
Vaccine mandates: harmful and unnecessary
Last week Western University announced its booster mandate for the upcoming year, after the final date to withdraw without financial penalty.
In this video Andrew Lawton discussed the mandate with infectious diseases specialist Dr. Martha Fulford, law professor Bruce Pardy, ethics scholar Prof. Julie Ponesse, and student activist Kendra Hancock.
Infectious diseases specialist Dr. Fulford advises that the studies unequivocally show that men under the age of 40 are at a higher risk of myocarditis from the vaccines then they are from the [Covid] infection.
News this week
Warnings from Europe and Asia, and Trudeau turns Germany away:
• Spanish Official Warns of “Winter of Great Suffering” A top Spanish official has warned that Europeans are about to endure a “winter of great suffering” as a result of Russia fully suspending gas supplies during the freezing months.
• Covid-style bailouts for energy bills considered as Government warned of civil unrest The UK Government is considering Covid-style bailouts for small companies facing ruin from energy bills, as energy executives warn ministers they fear civil unrest this winter without major interventions.
• Germany's worried about a coal shortage this winter as it scrambles to replace Russian gas "Germany could be knocked by a coal and oil shortage this winter as it seeks to replace Russian gas, its government warns."
• Don’t Count on Canada says Trudeau "Germany’s Scholz leaves Canada with no promises for LNG."
• Canada just missed possibly one of the greatest opportunities in its history "It could well represent one of the biggest missed opportunities in Canadian history: An embattled Europe is clamouring for natural gas, and one of the world’s biggest producers of the stuff can’t sell it to them."
• Let the Germans starve in the dark? "They’re being urged to stockpile firewood, for heaven’s sake. Listening to German Chancellor Olaf Scholtz, one gets the sense they would pay anything, in used non-sequential twenties if necessary, to make sure nobody freezes to death."
• Frequent blackouts, school and office hours cut: Is Bangladesh going way of Sri Lanka? "Amid an extraordinary rise in fuel prices, Bangladesh, one of the world's fastest-growing economies, has resorted to power rationing."
Trudeau, Travel, and “The Science”
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s recent covid mandates - specifically on travel bans for those who choose not to get vaccinated - have arguable basis in science, logic, and precedent. Today Dr. Jordan B Peterson sits down with five experts investigating the matter from all angles, including Rupa Subramanya, one of few Canadian journalists who dared to report an alternative perspective on the now infamous trucker protest that took place in Ottawa. Shaun Rickard and Karl Harrison, represented by lawyer Sam Presvelos, are three proud Canadians currently entangled in a lawsuit with their own government over Trudeau’s travel bans on public transport. Bruce Pardy is a professor of law at Queen’s University and the executive director of Rights Probe.
Farmers & Fertilizer
The Dutch farmers protest continues.
Dutch Farmers: Police Arrest Over 100, as Protestors Vow Continued Resistance Against EU Green Agenda
Dutch farmers are protesting the implementation of EU-based climate rules on the emissions of nitrogen that threaten the livelihoods of thousands and the production of food in the Netherlands. The EU mandates that it's 27 member states must operate in a sustainable manner, both ecologically and economically. But Dutch farms are among the most advanced in the world!
More Misinformation About the Dutch Farm Crisis
Let's watch a Canadian farmer's perspective, the least amount of inputs to get the maximum outputs:
Canada's Travel Ban had No Scientific Basis
Court Documents Reveal Canada’s Travel Ban Had No Scientific Basis: In the days leading up to the mandate, transportation officials were frantically looking for a rationale for it. They came up short.
To review the court documents yourself, visit https://www.fct-cf.gc.ca/en/court-files-and-decisions/court-files and search for Harrison or Court Number T-1991-21. Email the federal court requesting access to the documents.
Dictatorial Powers Without Ratification
Canada's Government used the Emergencies Act to limit Canadian's Charter Freedoms without justification. One of those freedoms is the right to peacefully protest. The emergencies act was never fully ratified (sanctioned), and gave the Prime Minister dictatorial powers without authorization.
Bank Apologizes for Trucker Convoy account freeze
In February 2022, truckers from all over the country converged on Ottawa to protest mandatory vaccinations. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau dismissed pro-freedom protesters as “angry, racist and misogynistic” before invoking Canada’s Emergency Act to punish protesters and those who donated to their cause.