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April Fool's Day

Saturday 4-1-23

Verse(s) for today:

For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.

John 3:17 KJV

Iron sharpeneth iron; So, a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend.

Proverbs 27:17 KJV

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

John 3:16 KJV

Thought(s) for the Day:

Salim Mansur:

A Reply to Mr. Brian Peckford’s Response on reading my paper “Canada is constitutionally broken”:

NOTE: [Readers please note, Mr Brian Peckford’s response in full is linked below, if you wish to read him before, or after, reading my reply to him.]

As this is a long essay, I had [AI] type up a short summary as follows:

Thank you for the thoughtful and lengthy response. I appreciate you elaborating on your views and clarifying where you differ from Mr. Peckford’s perspective and criticism of your original essay. It is clear that this is an issue you care deeply about and have studied closely based on the historical references and arguments you have made. While I do not have the expertise or authority to definitively say whose perspective is more reasonable or realistic here, I can understand perspectives on both sides. Mr. Peckford has the unique experience and knowledge as an author of Canada’s constitution, so his views merit consideration. However, your arguments also seem well-reasoned and supported based on the scholarship and facts you have cited regarding the original intent, spirit, and evolution of the constitution and charter. Reasonable people can disagree on complex issues of constitutional law, history, and policy. There are valid concerns on multiple sides here regarding sovereignty, rights, limits, judicial overreach.

Salim’s Essay:

I was somewhat happily surprised that the Honourable Mr. Brian Peckford, former Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, would go to the extent of writing over 2,600-word response to my essay – “Canada is constitutionally broken, and by the will of the people it can be fixed” – published in substack on March 14. Mr. Peckford published the response in his blog on March 23 under the heading “Unrealistic.”[1] My essay was not directed to Mr. Peckford, whose sign off under his name in blogposts is “Only Living First Minister Who Is A Signatory To The Patriation Agreement 1981–The Constitution Act 1982.” I could not have imagined when writing my essay that I would receive a public response from the last living member of the ten first ministers – (the eleventh first minister, premier of Quebec dissented) – from 1981-82 who were together responsible for bringing home the BNA Act of 1867 with an amending formula and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

I published the essay after Justice Paul Rouleau, head of the Public Order Emergency Commission, released the Report on the Emergencies Act invoked by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on February 14, 2022, and offered my view on why I consider our country is constitutionally broken and how the people might take it upon themselves to fix it. I mentioned Mr. Peckford in the essay by quoting from remarks he made in Ottawa at the Freedom Convoy rally two days before the Emergencies Act was invoked in February 2022, and then quoting from his open letter of February 21, 2023 addressed to “Our Federal Parliamentary Leaders” published in his blog after Justice Rouleau released the POEC Report. Mr. Peckford’s remarks at the Freedom Convoy rally in Ottawa and his open letter seemed to me a passionate heartfelt expression from the former premier in defence of the Charter rights and freedoms of Canadians that had been violated by the government of Canada and found by the Commissioner, Justice Rouleau, not to have been improper. I felt that mentioning Mr. Peckford and quoting him was most fitting, since given his historic connection with the Charter he had taken a most admirable public stand in defending Canadians exercising their rights and freedoms against their governments, federal and provincial, for overriding them with restrictions of the COVID mandates and the courts upholding the authority of governments. And because of his admirable stand I took the time to read his memoir, Some Day the Sun Will Shine and Have Not Will Be No More, so that I may know his version of how the final constitutional package was agreed upon and ratified in November 1981.

I had no reason to believe that Mr. Peckford, if he got to read my paper, would embrace it in whole or in part. What astonished me however on reading his response was not merely his brusque dismissiveness of the paper, but the umbrage that accompanied it.

Right at the outset of his reply, Mr. Peckford’s dismissiveness is stated as follows,

Unfortunately, the academic world is often a world of theory… realism takes a back seat.

…One almost gets the impression from the Professor that this constitutional change thing is a very simple endeavour if the people have the will and just insert seven words (and by the will of the people) in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms all will be fine.

Mr. Peckford then points out that the paper suffers from “three major flaws”:

(i) that “changing the Constitution is no easy matter” given the requirement for meeting the amending formula of 7 provinces representing 50 percent of the population plus the two branches of the federal parliament agreeing to any proposed change; in addition, there is little appetite – (presumably among the first ministers, since Mr. Peckford does not explicitly state among whom the “appetite” is lacking) – to engage in any constitutional negotiation “due in large part to the fact that the functioning of the country in the last several decades has seen the Federal Government, with the willing consent of the Provinces, morph into a condition of a disfigured Constitution,” and he then goes on to list a series of issues, such as federal transfer payments in the areas of health, social service, education, and equalization payments that “sanctions the status quo” none of the Provinces would venture jeopardizing;

(ii) that my suggestion of adding seven words in the preamble of the Charter is “naive at best, pure fantasy at worst. Recent judicial decisions during the covid era have shown how the meaning of words in the Charter are changed or ignored as the Court sees fit” (emphasis added);


(iii) that the Canadian Judiciary in adopting the ‘living tree’ doctrine as the basis of interpreting the constitution has led to the sort of judicial activism whereby “the plain meaning of what is written becomes irrelevant.”

My suggestion of adding seven words to the preamble of the Charter (viz., “derived from the will of the people”) comes at the end of the paper in which I discuss and analyze why the country is constitutionally broken. This “why” Mr. Peckford is unwilling to contend with and therefore he dismisses it as “theory” and lacking in realism. And in being brusquely dismissive, Mr. Peckford shows either his inadequacy in rebutting my argument, or defensiveness in protecting his legacy role of proposing in 1981 “to the provinces for a charter of rights and freedoms and a patriation act”, as he claimed in his speech at the Freedom Convoy rally in Ottawa in February 2022, that was ratified “to become the Constitution Act of 1982”[2], and now following the COVID restrictions and the use of the Emergencies Act we find the Charter proven useless.

No serious student of Canadian history, politics, and the constitution is naive, or given to fantasy, as Mr. Peckford describes me for thinking amending our constitution is a simple proposition. On the contrary, his dismissiveness of my proposal based upon a historical and theoretical reading of what another professor, Peter H. Russell, described as our “constitutional odyssey”, a phrase that I may assume Mr. Peckford having been an English teacher would appreciate for what it suggests, indicates the mind-set of log-rolling deal-making politicians not wanting to be distracted or derailed by confronting in our situation what might well be, if not undeniably is, the fundamental defect in our constitution.

The fundamental defect in our constitution, as Sir Alexander Galt wrote in his letter of October 25, 1858 to Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton, the Colonial Secretary in London, and which I cited in my paper is that “It does not profess to be derived from the people but would be the constitution provided by the imperial parliament” (emphasis added).[3] And, as I discussed both the historical and theoretical meaning of Galt’s letter, a hundred and sixty-five years later what remains missing in the constitution is any reference to the people. This means, as Peter H. Russell indicated, “at Canada’s founding, its people were not sovereign, and there was not even a sense that a constituent sovereign people would have to be invented.”[4] From this fundamental defect – it obviously would not, and did not, register in the thinking of mid-19th century Empire Loyalists in British North America petitioning the Imperial Parliament to fashion out of the provinces a confederation to be known as the Dominion of Canada – follows the rest. This history, or constitutional odyssey, given Mr. Peckford’s response to my paper, has no relevance in his thinking, if at all, of why our country is constitutionally broken. His silence on this core issue, which is at the heart of our constitutional dilemma, speaks more loudly than all else he writes in response to my paper as “unrealistic.”

But Mr. Peckford is not alone in giving a shrug of indifference to the fact that the Constitution of Canada does not explicitly, nor implicitly, acknowledge the people. It is just about every politician across the country with his mind-set elected as members to the legislatures and parliament are there for themselves at the expense of the people, and they demonstrated this during the past few years of the COVID mandates.

For one hundred and fifteen years, 1867 to 1982, Canada was governed, as the BNA Act of 1867 stated, under a “Constitution similar in Principle to that of the United Kingdom.”

And what is this Principle?

It is the supremacy of parliament, as Sir William Blackstone famously explained in his Commentaries on the Laws of England, with its power and jurisdiction “so transcendent and absolute, that it cannot be confined, either for causes or persons, within any bounds.” In other words, the Parliament in the English system of democracy is sovereign and the monarch, following the execution of Charles I in 1649 that ended the dispute over sovereignty between the monarch and parliament, is the titular face of the Parliament. Once we undress the niceties of conventions that provide for the spectacle of politics as high drama to keep the public awestruck and distracted from paying attention to the brute facts of power, we find the parliament as institution is sovereign and the people are, therefore, subject. It was this constitutional system imported into the making of the Dominion of Canada. And this is not “theory”, as Mr. Peckford dismissively writes that “the academic world is often a world of theory; one where ideas are debated and tested.” Where sovereignty resides and how it is executed, is more than a matter of mere theory, it is about practical understanding and dissecting of power that is the fundamental issue in politics.

The American revolution of 1776 was paid in blood to redress this imbalance in power within the English constitutional system and to establish instead the people as sovereign within a federal republic, and in which the will of the people was translated into the making of rule of law in a free society. In contrast to the American experience, ours has been one of avoiding discussing the nature of Canada in constitutional terms, as I pointed out in my paper, “by occluding the history of the making of Canada before and after 1867.” But an opportunity arose for Canadians when Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, following the May 1980 referendum held by Parti Quebecois to negotiate the place of Quebec within Canada in terms of sovereignty-association and which premier Rene Levesque lost to the federalist forces within the province, pushed for the patriation of the BNA Act including an amending formula and a charter of rights and freedoms with or without the consensus of the provinces.

The conferences that preceded the eventual patriation of the constitution in April 1982 provided that rare historic opportunity when the eleven first ministers could have peacefully redressed for Canada the imbalance in the English constitutional system that we inherited, which the Americans paid for in blood, by explicitly mentioning the people in the Charter’s preamble. Instead, what the people got from the eleven first ministers was the absence of statesmanship and another display in retail politics, or to quote Mr. Peckford “the cut and thrust of Constitutional Change and negotiation.”[5] In the process, the people were set aside and the inherited English constitutional system was repackaged by the addition of the charter wherein the supremacy of the parliament/legislatures remained unaltered. This package was sold to Canadians by high-lighting the merits of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms as part of the Constitutional Act 1982.

Four decades later and with two generations of Canadians who came of age during this period believing that their Charter rights and freedoms were constitutionally guaranteed and secured only to be rudely and brutally awakened by the Emergencies Act to the fact that their belief was hollow, that there was no such guarantee. At the Freedom Convoy rally in Ottawa in February 2022 Mr. Peckford spoke to the “Charter Canadians”. He said,

[T]he governments of Canada are trying to say that they can override those rights through Section 1. I want to tell them that I was there: Section 1 was to be only used in war, insurrection, or the threat or peril to the state… Section 1 is being used illegally by the governments of Canada.[6]

But Mr. Peckford and the other six first ministers – the “gang of eight premiers” with the exception of the premier of Quebec – did not when they were writing and/or over-seeing the drafts of the Charter before ratification specifically add those words, “only to be used in war, insurrection, or the threat or peril to the state”, so that no other meaning might be read into Section 1 as “the limitation clause” to override the Charter rights and freedoms. They did not do what was needed to be done, if “Charter Canadians” are being persuaded as Mr. Peckford tells the story forty years too late that Section 1 “is being used illegally by the governments of Canada”, because given the mind-set of the premiers either they were preoccupied in getting agreements on the patriation act and the amending formula as their priority, or they wanted to sufficiently dilute the charter rights and freedoms that was an obsession of the prime minister in order to maintain the supremacy of parliament and legislatures as sovereign consistent with the English constitutional system to which they were attached.

Indeed, in his memoir Mr. Peckford makes no mention of the people and the Charter that he might have conceived as a “people’s package,” or of his inclination or support for the notion that the fundamental rights and freedoms of Canadians should be protected by high walls that cannot be breached by parliament and legislatures with merely simple-majority votes, just as amending the constitution requires super-majority votes in accordance with the amending formula. On the contrary, Mr. Peckford writes in his memoir that the provinces, such as his, were “concerned about, especially how such a charter over time would affect the division of powers, property rights, the ongoing powers of Parliament and legislatures versus the judiciary.”[7] It was again this mind-set that drove the premiers to draft Section 1 (“the limitation clause”) and Section 33 (“the notwithstanding clause”) to eviscerate the fundamental rights and freedoms sections of the Charter (Section 2 and Sections 7-15).

What Mr. Peckford and the premiers therefore did in November 1981 was preserve the sovereignty of the parliament and legislatures in accordance with the Laws of England, and dressed it up with the charter rights and freedoms as baubles in the form of grants and privileges to be given, limited, or withheld at the discretion, or whim and caprice, of the governments. The result is what I have called a “hybrid-constitution”, which masks the reality of the people unacknowledged in the Constitution of Canada being subjects of those holding the reins of power in Ottawa and the provincial capitals.

When the full story is read or told of the negotiations preceding the patriation in April 1982 of the BNA Act of 1867 with the amending formula and the charter and the passage of time since then, Mr.Peckford’s selective recall of Section 1 “used illegally” to override the Charter’s rights and freedoms during COVID restrictions and the invocation of the Emergencies Act begs the question, did he similarly protest the probable improper use of Section 1 by the Supreme Court of Canada to abridge or violate Charter rights on appeal by plaintiffs or the lower courts in cases when there was no threat of war, insurrection, or direct existential threat or peril to the state?

There have been a number of cases since 1982 in which the SCC used Section 1 of the Charter in delivering its majority decision. Here are just a few of such cases:

1. R. v. Oakes (1986) – this case established the framework for analyzing whether a limit on a Charter right can be established under Section 1.

2. R. v. Edwards Books and Art Ltd. (1986) – the SCC used Section 1 to uphold a municipal bylaw that restricted the location of adult bookstores.

3. R. v. Keegstra (1990) – in this case, the SCC upheld the constitutionality of hate speech provisions in the Criminal Code, finding that the limits on freedom of expression were justified under Section 1.

4. Chaoulli v. Quebec (AG) (2005) – in this case, the SCC considered the constitutionality of Quebec’s prohibition on private health insurance for medically necessary services. The Court used Section 1 to justify the limits on the right to life, liberty, and security of the person, finding that the objective of ensuring access to publicly funded health care was pressing and substantial.

The case most troubling for many “Charter Canadians” and people of faith is that surrounding Henry Morgentaler convicted for defying the abortion laws in the seventies, tried in court three times and on each occasion acquitted by jury. The province (Quebec) appealed, and the Quebec Court of Appeal overturned the jury acquittal. Morgentaler appealed his conviction to the SCC and lost. Morgentaler went to jail. His case went back and forth, as Morgentaler unsuccessfully sought to overturn Canada’s abortion law. But once the Charter of Rights and Freedoms was enacted in 1982, he found reprieve. Morgentaler’s appeal to the SCC was heard in 1988 and the original jury acquittal was upheld. Moreover, the SCC found the abortion law violated Section 7 (“Life, liberty and security of person”) of the Charter.

In the years since 1988 abortion on demand became a new normal; Morgentaler became a celebrity and named a Member of the Order of Canada; the safest place for an unborn in mother’s womb became the most perilous; any attempt to put together an abortion law protective of both pregnant woman and unborn infant became politically futile and abandoned; and Canada became the only G7 country without any abortion law, and abortion on demand at any stage of pregnancy became permissible. Those “Charter Canadians” and people of faith troubled by the immorality of the unrestricted “war” on unborn infants are left to wonder why Section 7 cannot also be used on behalf of the unborn, or Section 1 be used to set “reasonable limits” for abortion on demand.

We, the people, did not hear from Mr. Peckford during these past four decades since 1982 on the use, abuse, or non-use of Section 1 by the parliament, legislatures, and the courts until the use of Emergencies Act to override the Charter’s rights and freedoms. If I am correct, then Mr. Peckford’s decrying the illegal use of Section 1 for COVID mandates and the Emergencies Act is selective.

At the Freedom Convoy rally in Ottawa, Mr. Peckford said, “This is our first big test as a democracy. This is our first big test of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.”[8] I disagree. The big test for Canadians since 1982 was and remains, as a democratic nation and, even more importantly, as a moral nation, to protect the most vulnerable among us, the unborn in mother’s womb. The failure to do so has been extended by governments in the health care system to promote euthanasia and medically assisted suicide as public policy, driven as much by budgetary constraints as by hollowing out over the past half-century or more the foundational ethics and morality of Canada as a Christian nation.

I have not proposed naively that adding the seven words, “derived from the will of the people” to the preamble of the Charter will come easy, nor expeditiously turn the country around from its moral and ethical decline. If these words get to be added, it will take an immense amount of fortitude and perseverance by Canadians to meet the requirement of the amending formula and overcome the resistance of the establishment politicians with their supporters in all of the major public institutions in the country funded by governments. And despite the odds, if this gets done due to the unbending resolve of Canadians it will mean that they will for the first time along with the original first nation as its core constituent become truly a sovereign people and nation, independent and responsible to take back their constitution and country from those, the log-rolling, deal-making, and unethical politicians who speak of Canada, as does the current prime minister, being a post-national state having no core identity. The taking back of the country by a sovereign people might then well begin with the repeal of Sections 1 and 33, and thereby secure their rights and freedoms from the easy overreach of governments.



[1] Brian Peckford, “Unrealistic – My Response To Salim Mansur Essay on Constitutional Change entitled ‘Canada is constitutionally broken, and by the will of the people it can be fixed.”

[2] Brian Peckford, “Last Living Premier Who Signed Canada’s Charter in Speech to Freedom Convoy: Section 1 of Charter Being ‘Illegally’ Used by Governments,” The Epoch Times, February 13, 2022.

[3] See my essay published in substack, “Canada is constitutionally broken, and by the will of the people it can be fixed.”

[4] Peter H. Russell, Constitutional Odyssey, Third Edition, p. 33. Toronto: Universitiy of Toronto Press, 2004.

[5] See Peckford, note 1.

[6] See Peckford, note 2.

[7] Brian Peckford, Some Day the Sun Will Rise and Have Not Will Be No More (e-book), pp. 222-223. St. John’s: Flanker Press Limited, 2012.

[8] See Peckford, note 2.

[Salim Mansur]

The Daily Brief:

Feds Ram Internet Censorship Bill through Parliament:

The Liberal government struck down debate in the House of Commons on the internet censorship law, Bill C-11, to ram the legislation through parliament. The bill was passed in the House of Commons on Thursday evening and will now head back to the Senate for debate.

Plus, the Carousel Theatre for Young People in Vancouver is advertising a “Junior Drag Camp” for kids aged 7-11 and a “Teen Drag Camp” for ages 12-17 this summer.

And former Conservative leader Erin O’Toole has announced he will not seek re-election in the next federal election.

These stories and more on The Daily Brief with… [Rachel Emmanuel] and [Andrew Lawton]!

Alberta - the glow is on:

Ontario reported the largest share of residents ditching their home province for Alberta in 2022. Of last year’s top 10 provincial migration patterns, Ontario found itself on the list six times — in each instance, as residents fled for another province.

A net of 22,921 Ontarians moved to Alberta, marking the highest provincial migration shift among all provinces. Alberta was followed by Nova Scotia, with 10,464 Ontarians calling the province their new home.

BC residents are also leaving for Alberta — 10,418 more than Albertans who moved to BC.

Rents are low in Alberta, and they're going to stay low so long as they don't try and adopt rent controls in Calgary. "Rent control measures simply create disincentives [for developers] to add to that supply."

[Patrick Bestall]

Tell Chrystia Freeland:

Stop the Pay Hike:

Canadian Members of Parliament will get a pay raise on April 1st, which is the same day that the government will hike the Carbon Tax. Sign our petition calling on Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland to Stop The Pay Hike!

Here is a summary: Canadian Members of Parliament will get a pay raise on April 1 while also hiking the carbon tax. The government is increasing their own paychecks on the same day they implement tax hikes and spending increases that will burden struggling Canadians even further. MPs have received a pay raise four times since the pandemic began in 2020 despite the financial hardship Canadians are facing. Inflation is high, a recession looms, and the budget deficit will grow to $175 billion over six years according to the finance minister’s own budget. Canadians are using food banks at record rates, paying 45% of their income in taxes, and 80% oppose the MP pay raise. Yet the Liberal government sees increasing their own pay as a solution to the crises they have created. The opposition and taxpayers’ groups are demanding the deputy prime minister pause the pay raise and excessive spending. Struggling Canadians should not have to fund an “out of touch” bureaucracy!

Summary was completed by AI… if you want the details, just keep reading the Article… [Don Brooks]

Canadian members of Parliament will get their yearly pay raise on April 1, the same day that same government will hike the carbon tax meant to somehow save the planet, and it’s not a sick April Fools Day joke.

Instead, the joke appears to be on struggling Canadians who continually oppose more funding to an increasingly out of touch and irresponsible bureaucracy, as they struggle to feed their families and heat their homes.

Canada is facing a looming recession amid unprecedented inflation that many economists warned about when hysterical global supply chain shut downs were sanctioned by governments to “stop the spread” of a seasonal respiratory virus.

Yet in a mere few days, the yearly pay hike will be the fourth time that MPs show they do not care about the havoc that they have wreaked on the livelihoods of every-day Canadians. Again, this is fourth time these “public servants” receive this self-sanctioned raise since the COVID-pandemic was declared back in March 2020.

That is why Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland is being immediately called on to respect the financial dignity of Canadians and pause this annual pay raise amid extraordinary financial turmoil.

Leader of the Opposition Pierre Poilievre is calling the newly-released 2023 federal budget an attack on the paycheques of hard-working Canadians.

Prior to the release of the budget, Franco Terrazzano, director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, called on the feds to stop the parliamentary pay raise at a press release on Parliament Hill.

After the budget release, Terrazzano criticized Freeland for spending $18 billion over her own budget in 2022 and is now increasing spending by an additional $20 billion in 2023.

According to the National Post,“The latest budget projects a $43 billion deficit in 2022-2023 that will gradually tumble to $14 billion in 2027-2028, a far cry from the projections in the 2022 fall economic statement. The budget predicts a $175 billion deficit over the next six years.”

Apparently, you have to spend money to save it if you’re Canada’s finance minister who authored a book about the rise of the super rich and the fall of everyone else… as we watch the disappearance of the middle class in real time.

As more Canadians using foodbanks than ever before — an increase that is not letting up anytime soon — the stats show that grocery prices continue to outpace inflation.

The Fraser Institute discovered that “the average Canadian family currently pays 45.2% of its income to the federal, provincial, and local governments,” and that “74% of Canadians polled feel that the average family is being over-taxed” by the same.

A recent Leger poll confirmed that 80% of Canadians do not support this annual pay raise.

Yet these out of touch Liberals have decided that in order to combat the suffering of average Canadians at the helm of government mismanagement, the government must give itself a yearly raise on the same day as they hike the infamously ridiculous carbon tax and institute additional taxes on things like alcohol.

Tell Chrystia Freeland no at That is, if they even show up to work.

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Canadian Members of Parliament will get a pay raise on April 1st, which is the same day that the government will hike the Carbon Tax. Sign our petition calling on Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland calling on her to Stop the Pay Hike!

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  • Collapse of the Global Financial System, Ben Fulford:

  • · The collapse of the Western financial system is a mathematical certainty because recent rate hikes created at least an $8 trillion loss for financial institutions. Governments have been trying to foist this on the people. Revolution will be the result. This is why unprecedented unrest is overtaking France, Germany, Pakistan, Israel and many other places.

  • · There is also a global awakening to the fact the so-called “rules-based world order,” means rule by genocidal, Satan-worshipping criminals. This means mass arrests and war crimes tribunals are inevitable.

  • · The question now is which Khazarian mafia puppet leader will be first to fall, Emanuelle Macron of France or Benyamin Netanyahu of Israel? Whoever it is, they will be followed in short order by the fake President Joe Biden in the US, Justin Castrudeau in Canada, Olaf Scholz in Germany and Ursula von de Leyen of the EU., Other dominoes to fall will include the fake Pope Francis, and puppet leaders in Pakistan, South Korea, Japan etc.

  • · Since the bankruptcy of the Western Khazarian mafia ruling class is the cause of the political turmoil, let us first look at the latest developments on this front. The basic story is that no matter how hard you try to avoid reality, eventually, it finds a way of catching up. The KM started avoiding reality first by allowing banks to lend $100 for every $8 they have; these are the so-called “BIS rules.” This is dangerous because it means more than ten times leverage. Then, since this was falling apart, Bill Clinton Rockefeller upped the ante by allowing 1000 or more times leverage, This turned most of the Western financial system into a giant hallucination known as derivatives with countless $ gazillion (an imaginary but very large number) being batted around inside bank supercomputers.

  • · The Rockefellers, Rothschilds etc, began extorting even more money from the European and American people,

  • · For example, they blew up the Nordstream pipeline to force Europeans to buy LNG from the US at four times the price they paid Russia. That is why the EU’s total LNG imports from the US increased 154 percent in 2022 compared to 2021. Needless to say, European living standards dropped accordingly. This is one of the reasons why Europe is now in flames (more on that later).

  • · The biggest extortion now is coming from the privately owned FRB hiking interest rates. As a result of recent rate hikes, the Indian Express Newspaper estimates US banks have lost at least $2 trillion while banks outside the US have lost $6 trillion in investments in interest-sensitive assets since 2022.

  • · Against this conservative $8 trillion loss estimate US banks insured by the FDIC have nearly $24 trillion in assets while the FDIC only has $125 billion in its war chest. Even this $125 billion is gone because US banks borrowed $153 billion at a punitive 4.75% against collateral at the discount window. This is more than during the Lehman crisis of 2008. This does not even take into consideration the $ quadrillions losses the banks have on derivatives gambles. In a sign this time even central banks are going down, the Dutch central bank lost close to half a billion euros last, year, its first loss since the great depression of 1931. This is just the beginning.

  • · This financial crisis will lead inevitably to the collapse of the World Bank, the IMF, the BIS and most international financial institutions as well as many governments.

  • · What is happening now has never happened before in human history. We are witnessing the first-ever world revolution. The riots in France, the US military disobedience of fake President Joe Biden, the unification of the Muslim people, the collapse of Credit Suisse and many more events around the world are all interconnected signs of this. It is all part of the overthrow of a hidden ruling class that has presided over the planet for thousands if not tens of thousands of years. The final result will be both mind-boggling and liberating for humanity and earth life in general.

  • · In the Middle East, for example, the various countries of the region, including Egypt, Turkey, Iran and Saudi Arabia have decided to stop handing over their oil to the Khazarian mafia in exchange for numbers on bank computers. That is why fake President Joe Biden has been forced to drain the strategic oil reserve.

  • · The same is happening with China and other Asian countries who are now demanding payment in real things like gold and physical products from the United States and other Western countries.

  • · In Africa, a large group of countries has asked for Russian help to stop the French Rothschilds etc. from stealing their resources.

  • · This Alliance between the global south, the global east and Western White Hats is leading to an implosion of the Western financial system and regime change in a variety of countries.

  • · The collapse of Credit Suisse is a reflection of this. Notice how none of the so-called mainstream news articles about Credit Suisse talk about the real reason why it is collapsing and why take over by UBS and a Swiss government bail-out will fail. Let there be no doubt, it will fail and bring down with it the Federal Reserve Board, the BIS, the IMF, the World Bank, the UN etc.

  • Israel is Last

  • · The war between Dark and Light is the war between Satan and God. Between the reptilian bloodline of Satan and the human bloodline of Jesus.

  • · Israel is last because Covid exposed the corruption in our health care and political systems, Israel will expose the root of all corruption and evil in our religion systems. The revelation of the hijacking of scripture by Satan centuries ago. The light on this planet was dimmed by the false light of darkness.

  • · The snake entered the Garden of Eden and went undercover in the snake pit. The head of the snake in the Vatican, the body of the snake formed Silk Road leading to Wuhan where it spread out it’s venom. Hiding in the Snake pit in Israel; where Satanism hijacked parts of scripture and became the false light that fooled humanity in evil frequencies of fear, shame and guilt.

  • · Separated from God and the Love we all are separated in religions, race, politics creating dark for centuries. Separated by a small group who benefited from the controlling of the energies and the people. This small group the satanic Elite, the Illuminati, the Cabal.

  • · All the ROYAL families of Europe and the Baltic and Russian countries claim their ancestor as WOTAN or ODIN. WOTAN or ODIN was a PENDRAGON – SERPENT – SNAKE – REPTILIAN. 13 ROYAL families are REPTILIAN hybrids who are shape-shifters posing as HUMANS

  • · Serpent symbolism is all over the Catholic religion. In St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican the Pope literally sits in the mouth of a serpent as the tongue and preaches deception.

  • · The Druze bloodline of Jesus were the descendants of “Jethro,” the Priest of Midian in The Bible & “Torah” (Exodus 2:18).

  • · The 16th President of the United States of America, Abraham Lincoln, descended from The Kahlooni family.

  • · In 1855 ISIS was formed by Kings of Morocco & Libya [HASSAN Family], together with the Royal British family, signed in the Mohamed Law which was to kill the Bloodlines of Jesus Christ [DRUZE]. 6 Yrs later they merged with Skull n Bones: Rothschilds, Schiff, Rockefellers, Scherff aka Bush, Kissingers, etc. Skull n Bones ISIS Assassinated JFK.

1855 – ISIS Formed by Sanussi Family linked too UK Royals (Khazarians)

1861 – Merged with 322 Skull n Bones (Khazarians)

1870 – 1930 BIG PHARMA (Khazarian)

1871 Act of England (Secret Constitution placed by Secret Societies) Khazarians

1912 Titanic/Olympic Sinking

(Who was onboard, what really happened)

1913 Federal Reserve

1917 – 1923 Bolshevic Revolution

1945 – 1959 Operation Paperclip/Mockingbird.

1948 – Israel Formed (Khazarian/Bolshevic Govt)

1949 – Mossad = CIA Formed

You need to give yourself more credit. Yes YOU. …JFK Secrets on Telegram

  • · Some of you, today are doubting what you’ve done to fight this fight.

  • · Some of you, today, are wishing you’d stepped up sooner. Pushed back harder. Fought more battles.

  • · I’m telling you; you need to give yourself more credit.

  • · You’re here.

  • · You didn’t get the vaccine.

  • · You stopped wearing the masks.

  • · You told your friends and family what you REALLY think.

  • · You tried to help them see things too.

  • · You might’ve lost friends.

  • · Some of you lost spouses.

  • · Some of you haven’t spoken to your children in far too long.

  • · Some of you haven’t spoken to your siblings or parents in far too long.

  • · Not because you chose to, but because they left you.

  • · They thought you’d lost your mind. That you supported a “racist”. That you peddled conspiracy theories. That you were endangering their lives.

  • · You’ve been kicked off platforms.

  • · Some of you have lost your jobs or been pushed so hard you had to find new ones.

  • · Some of you have been fined, harassed, and even assaulted.

  • · Yet you’re STILL here.

  • · You’re still here.

  • · You’re fighting for the truth. You’re searching for the truth. You don’t care how ugly it is. No subject is off limits for you. All you want to do is know what’s true and to be left TF alone to live in your God given freedoms.

  • · You pray. Not just for yourself, but for your enemies too.

  • · Your heart cries out in pain because you FEEL. You still feel and you see the world suffering.

  • · Give yourself credit.

  • · You may not have gone to a protest. You may not have called a congressman. You may not have gone to a school board meeting. You may not have sent money to someone in need.

  • · But you ARE still here. And you need to know that you matter, and you are still making a difference. Give yourself credit for that.

  • · Just don’t go back to sleep. Don’t tune everything out. Don’t get the jab. Don’t wear the masks. Stand your ground in the ways you’ve ALREADY done. You’ve PROVEN you can do it. Keep doing it.

  • · You know you’re on the side of truth and guess what? That’s God’s side. God made it clear that we must always seek what is true. Do you doubt the truth?

  • · You know you don’t.

  • · So don’t doubt yourself either. You’ve got this. We’ve got this. But most of all, GOD’S got this!

  • · Don’t give up now. Keep your head up warrior. You’ve done more than you give yourself credit for.

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