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Summary as I am able:

3-2-22 Wednesday

Thoughts for TODAY!

A Dangerous Buzzword:


A word that has been gaining popularity in recent years is socialism. The promise of free education, free groceries, free healthcare, and free cell phones has an appealing draw to today’s generation.

How should today’s Christian feel about socialism? Isn’t it a good thing for everyone to have a good education, medical care, and food? Wouldn’t Jesus want the poor and underprivileged to be taken care of?

Let me put it this way: Just because something should be done, it doesn’t mean the national government should do it.

The idea of socialism deliberately circumvents the church’s privilege and duty to show the generous love of Christ to a world in need. And history has repeatedly shown that under the guise of helpfulness, governments capitalize on crises to consolidate control. The idealist “utopia” of socialism always erodes into loss of personal liberty. [Pastor Jack Hibbs]

Verse(s) for today:

Seek ye the LORD while he may be found, call ye upon him while he is near: let the wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts: and let him return unto the LORD, and he will have mercy upon him; and to our God, for he will abundantly pardon.

Isaiah 55:6-7 KJV

The fear of man bringeth a snare: But whoso putteth his trust in the LORD shall be safe.

Proverbs 29:25 KJ


Parent Wins Case to NOT have Kids Jabbed:

Superior Court Judge RULES in Favour of PARENTS:

Here is the Ruling:

J.N. v. C.G., 2022 ONSC 1198 (CanLII)



File number: 987/18


J.N. v. C.G., 2022 ONSC 1198 (CanLII), <>, retrieved on 2022-03-01

Please spread the ‘Good News’ to any Parents you know[Dianne Dawson]

NOTE: This Document will be ATTACHED to my NOTICE of my BLOG being issued

West pounds Russia with crippling economic sanctions:

Western governments unleashed an unprecedented barrage of sanctions yesterday against Russia in response to its invasion of Ukraine. In an effort to punish the Russian economy, the United States, the European Union and allies such as Canada froze the Russian central bank’s foreign exchange assets and barred several Russian banks from the global financial system’s primary mode of communication.

The moves had an immediate effect as the value of the ruble collapsed to a record low, forcing the Russian central bank to double interest rates, and the value of Russian companies trading on foreign markets plunged.

Meanwhile, Russian forces have mounted a major new offensive, shelling Mariupol, surrounding Kherson, killing dozens of soldiers in Okhtyrka, striking a government building in central Kharkiv with a missile and advancing on Kyiv with a 65-kilometre long military convoy that has reached the outskirts of the capital.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, in an overnight video address, accused Russia of seeking “to break our national statehood.” He accused Russia of committing military crimes and a “conscious destruction of people.”

He called for an internationally enforced no-fly zone and an end to the purchase of Russian energy.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced yesterday that Canada is sending anti-tank weapons to Ukraine to help Kyiv fight Russia’s invasion. Trudeau also said that Canada will be ready to take in refugees from Ukraine. According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, more than 500,000 Ukrainians have now fled the country. [Globe & Mail]

Read more from The Globe’s correspondents:

China’s Coronavirus Vaccine Peer Reviewed Study Results SHOCK the WORLD:

Two years into the coronavirus “pandemic,” everyone should now be asking themselves why Big Pharma responded the way they did to what basically amounts to a new type of flu. Why? Why did they toss out nearly 100 years of immunology research and knowledge in order to foist an experimental gene serum on Western nations, rather than simply developing a real vaccine?

The Chinese developed a real vaccine for coronavirus – called ChinaVac. And now in the first peer reviewed study of the Chinese vaccine, we learn that it turns out an old-school vaccine is much better at staving off coronavirus than these experimental medicines we’re stuck with here.

The study suggests that the Chinese vaccine offers much longer-lasting protection against COVID than the experimental jabs that Pfizer and Moderna rushed to market.

The experimental gene serums from Big Pharma force the body’s cells to suddenly make huge amounts of spike proteins – the spike that sticks out of the shell of coronavirus cells. A major problem that leads to a host of negative side effects from this happens when those spike proteins get into the bloodstream and spread to organs throughout the body.

Autopsies of people who have been killed by the jabs show heavy concentrations of spike proteins invading the heart, lungs, brain, ovaries, uteruses and testes of victims, to the point where they’re overloaded and die from some disease that was rare two years ago (or women have miscarriages).

Once that spike protein presents itself in the body, the Pfizer and Moderna shots produce anti-bodies against the spike protein – NOT against coronavirus itself. [The Right News]

Freeland caught holding pro-Nazi banner at Ukraine protest:

Deputy Prime Minister and former Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland was photographed on Sunday with a scarfpromoting a far-right Ukrainian Nationalist movement linked to Neo-Nazis and extremism.

Remarkably, Freeland (or more likely, a member of her staff) posted the photo to her own official social media accounts, apparently ignorant of the radical far-right movement the scarf represents. Freeland posted the photo, which also shows Toronto Mayor John Tory, to her Twitter and Instagram accounts on Monday morning. These posts were deleted, without any comment or acknowledgement of why they were taken down. [True North]

Fauci - Recommendations for Nuclear Fallout:

Can you believe this – He suggests THREE MASKS be Worn

[Don Hill]

Chaos and anarchy in Kiev: source say armed bandits are looting and murdering:

People are more scared of the armed citizens than the Russian military,” said the source.

The source, a senior who lives in the city center, said he and his wife are “more scared of looters with guns right now.”

The man has his old military rifle out, just in case, the translator noted.

The source sent photos of several dead bodies piled on the side of the street in Kiev, noting that it depicts “a family that got killed when they were mistaken for a military vehicle.”

Ukraine's parliament passed a law allowing citizens to carry firearms:

On February 23, in the face of an impending attack from the much larger Russian army, the Ukrainian Parliament declared a state of emergency and passed a law allowing citizens to carry weapons in public.

· The Ukrainian parliament passed a law on Wednesday which allowed citizens to carry guns in public.

· Previously, citizens could only have firearms in private.

· According to the Guardian, gun stores in Kyiv are selling out following the news. [Patrick Bestall]

Nations to empower WHO:

A paper titled “Multilateralism in times of global pandemic: Lessons learned and the way forward” was published by the G20 in Decemeber 2020.

It details all the problems faced by international multilateral organizations during the “pandemic” [emphasis added]:

Individual states cannot effectively manage global public threats such as the COVID-19 pandemic on their own […] overcoming the current health crisis and rebuilding livelihoods can only be achieved through multilateral action on both the economic and social fronts […] The COVID-19 pandemic and its economic consequences have revealed the weakness of the current arrangements for multilateral cooperation. International organizations with the mandate to play leading roles in dealing with international crises have not functioned effectively.

And goes on to propose several solutions, including…

The G20 should reinforce the capacity of the World Health Organization. A stronger and more responsive WHO can help the international community manage pandemics and other health challenges more effectively. It can provide early warning systems and coordinate rapid global responses to health emergencies.

Earlier this month, the UN Commission for Social Development met for the first time in 2022, with an emphasis on “Strengthening multilateralism”.

Multilateralism in times of global pandemic: Lessons learned and the way forward

November 26, 2020 | Last updated: December 10, 2020 [Patrick Bestall]


HI$ RULES? (1 Min)

DOES This DISTURB U? (14 Min)


Planes: NEW PHYSICS (7 Min)

The WEST is a Victim Waged by THe WEF (8 Min)

Hug000 TALKS:

Is This REAL Life or Is it Just FANTACEY (9 Min)

Faking it AGAIN (12 Min)

RE-P0ST: Who's Pulling the Strings? (9 Min)


Ukraine MK: 'We are Fighting for The New World 0rder' (1 Min)

NOTE: L00KS Like she said it.

Conversion (5 Min)

SONG: N0 Amount of Evidence (6 Min)

Corbett Report : Give Send Gone! (67 Min)


ZOOM MEETING This Thursday

Kevin Derbyshire:

Hello. We are having a very special ZOOM guest this week. Here is the Zoom link for my CSA6 group meeting with Sandy Glaze. The meeting starts at 7pm on Thursday night. The password is: Glaze

Here's Sandy's interview with Stew Peters:

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