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6-3-22 Friday

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💥Thoughts for TODAY!

Righteousness keepeth him that is upright in the way: But wickedness overthroweth the sinner.

Proverbs 13:6 KJV

For to be carnally minded is death; but to be spiritually minded is life and peace.

Romans 8:6 KJV


United we get noticed. Divided we fall out of sight.

Review the RESULTS following…

[Patrick Bestall]

How Media Crucified Sloan and the Party of Faith:

What happened to the Ontario Party last night? You don't have to look much further than your local newspapers in Ontario which published a hit piece on June 1 describing Sloan and other Christians in the party as hate-mongers.

Here is how the damage was accomplished:

Through his support for the so-called “Freedom Convoy” and associated movements, Sloan has expanded his support beyond social conservatives by positioning himself as a defender of free speech and a protector from the government tyranny of COVID-19 lockdowns, while burying the more hateful elements of his platform in bureaucratic terminology, according to Roback.

“In terms of his ties to the far-right and to hateful movements, I don’t think you need to look much further than his platform,” Roback said. “Derek Sloan has a good understanding of the kind of optics that you need in order to be successful in politics, and so he tends to stay away from specific, obvious groups. But if you look at (the Ontario Party) platform, there’s stuff about ‘Fighting indoctrination in schools,’ ‘There’s only two genders,’ ‘You shouldn’t be ashamed of your race or sex,’ that ‘Canada is not a fundamentally evil country.’ All dog whistle policies designed to appeal to a far-right audience.”

...While Sloan maintains that his anti-immigration position is not rooted in racism, he acknowledges that it is a position popular among racists and voices no issue with the association — including groups such as Canada First, an online neo-Nazi network that has previously demonstrated admiration and reverence for Sloan.

“Probably those guys don’t like (immigration) because they’re racist. But for me, I have legitimate economic and policy reasons why I’m against it,” he said.

While Sloan himself is not a member of Canada First, its admiration for him is well documented, with their main chatroom being called “the Sloanzone.” He has since fallen out of favour with the group.

Pa. Court Orders Contested Ballots Counted in Senate Primary:

A state court agreed Thursday night in a ballot-counting lawsuit with the campaign of David McCormick, who is in a neck-and-neck Republican primary contest for the U.S. Senate against celebrity heart surgeon Dr. Mehmet Oz.

In the decision, Commonwealth Court Judge Renee Cohn Jubelirer ordered counties to count the ballots in question, although her decision could be reversed, depending on what the U.S. Supreme Court does in the coming days on a separate case.

Because of the high court’s involvement, Jubelirer ordered counties to keep the undated ballots separate from other ballots and to count them separately.

The ballots in question are roughly 880 mail-in ballots that lack a handwritten date on the envelope.

Jubelirer’s decision comes as the race between McCormick, a former hedge fund CEO, and Oz is in the midst of a statewide recount.

Roughly 900 votes separate McCormick and Oz in the May 17 primary, out of more than 1.3 million ballots cast.

Even if the ballots are counted, many Republicans believe McCormick would be unable to make up the gap with Oz in a recount.


Canada’s Big Five Banks move away from Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccine Policy

Nine months after imposing them, all of Canada’s Big Five banks have suspended or removed mandatory vaccine requirements for staff, amid the broader lifting of COVID-19 restrictions across the country.

Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of Nova Scotia, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Bank of Montreal and Toronto-Dominion Bank all lifted their compulsory vaccine policies for employees over the past six weeks, allowing unvaccinated people to work in offices and branches without being subject to additional safety measures such as rapid testing.

All of the five largest banks took a firm stand on vaccines last August, requiring staff to attest that they were fully vaccinated by a certain date in order to enter any bank premises. Some, such as CIBC and BMO, made it compulsory for all employees, even those who worked from home, to be vaccinated.

But public-health restrictions, such as gathering limits, masking and vaccine mandates across provinces, have since eased, and banks appear to be changing their policies accordingly.

“It was becoming increasingly more challenging to have a higher standard of what was required from employees in the workplace, than what was in broader society,” said Helena Gottschling, RBC’s chief human resources officer, in reference to the easing of COVID-19 restrictions.

RBC suspended its vaccine requirement on May 23 for American and Canadian staff after consulting with public-health officials, Ms. Gottschling said. [The Globe & Mail]

Further Canadian / Global News:

1. The Candice Malcolm Show: Trudeau’s Wokest Week (Ft. Andrew Lawton)

2. Ontario gives Ford’s PCs a second majority government

3. Former Ottawa police chief says department never requested Emergencies Act

4. Ohio urges US feds to place Canada on religious freedom watch list

5. Alberta Medical Association worries about children’s mental health after supporting lockdowns

I'm not surprised:

As sanctions fail and Russia advances, Western media changes its tune on Ukraine — RT Russia & Former Soviet Union

As sanctions fail to work and Russia's advance continues, Western media changes its tune on Ukraine

Western media outlets, once cheerleaders for Kiev, are increasingly warning sanctions are redundant and Ukraine needs to make peace.

Even as the collective West continues to insist – against all observable reality – that the conflict in Ukraine is going well for Kiev, major media outlets are becoming increasingly uneasy with the situation on the economic front. More and more observers are admitting that the embargoes imposed by the US and its allies aren’t crushing the Russian economy, as originally intended, but rather their own.

Meanwhile, some major publications have begun to report on the actual situation on the frontlines, rather than uncritically quoting myths like the ‘Ghost of Kiev’ or the ‘Snake Island 13’ propagated by Volodymyr Zelensky’s office, as they did early on. There have even been hints, however vague, that the West should perhaps stop unconditionally supporting Kiev and promote a negotiated peace instead.

“Russia is winning the economic war,” the Guardian’s economics editor Larry Elliott declared on Thursday. “It is now three months since the west launched its economic war against Russia, and it is not going according to plan. On the contrary, things are going very badly indeed,” he wrote. [RT – Russia]

[Patrick Bestall]


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The following information is found on the internet and is usually not referenced by the Mainstream media [MSM]. It is my intention to present this information so that one has a better knowledgebase from which to make judgements. These are not necessarily my views; however, they need to be considered if one is not to become biased as only one side of a discussion is presented. Much of the content of this BLOG is re-printed Material. Consider, do your own research, and make up your own mind.


Here is what is circulating on the Inter-Net:

Global Food, Fuel and Goods Shortages:

· 2/3 of US Faces Blackouts This Summer:

· Food, Fuel, & Inflation Crises All Stem From Globalist Policies for their De-population Agenda:

· UK officials have raised concerns over the danger of winter blackouts, as many as six million British households could face power cuts if Russian gas supplies to Europe stop.

· Two-thirds of the US face the prospect of blackouts this summer, a report by the North American Electric Reliability Corporation says:

· On 29 May 2022 tens of thousands of chickens burned down on a farm founded in 1918 that sold more than three million eggs a day to some of the country’s largest retailers.

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