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Sunday 9-25-22

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9-25-22 Sunday



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💥God’s WORD for TODAY!


Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat: because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.

Matthew 7:13-14 KJV


Wait on the LORD: Be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart: wait, I say, on the LORD.

Psalm 27:14 KJV


He that saith he abideth in him ought himself also so to walk, even as he walked.

1 John 2:6 KJV




Today’s thought:

You weren’t created for a life you don’t have time for. So often, the world feels frantic. We wake to the sound of urgent alarms and rush from one activity to the next. Interrupting our busy schedules can feel unthinkable—we worry we’ll fall behind. But Scripture encourages us to pause and turn to God instead.




China's foreign "police" in the West:

https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2022/09/18/communist-china-operating-unofficial-police-stations-in-uk-and-europe-to-hunt-down-blackmail-and-return-criminals-abroad/


Here's the situation in Canada

1. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/politics/article-csis-warns-chinas-operation-fox-hunt-is-targeting-canadas-chinese/

2. China Canada Spychief CSIS

CHINA IN CANADA WARNS SPY CHIEF "I'm making this comment because I think it's a real danger that people be totally oblivious to this kind of issue.... I think there are a number of countries around the world that have ...quite aggressive intelligence relationships against us. A goodly number of countries use every tool at their disposal from diplomacy to spying. My message would be that we need to be aware of this possibility." ~ Richard Fadden, Director of CSIS

Ten months ago [January 2010] a massive statue of Russia's and China's CommunistTyrants -- Lenin and Mao -- was erected in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

There was public protest at the time, but the politicians involved refused demands for its removal and it's still there, symbolically spitting in Canada's face. See CANADA COMMIE LENIN-MAO STATUE & LENIN-MAO MOCK CANADA OLYMPICS


The interview itself is unprecedented, but what he said is even more astounding... Richard Fadden made it clear CSIS is now keeping an eye on those politicians. It all came out during the extraordinary access CSIS gave to our former senior correspondent.... Canada's Security Intelligence Service - CSIS - rarely talks publicly. When it does, people listen. In an exclusive interview with CBC the CSIS Director, Richard Fadden, exposed foreign penetration right into Canadian politics....It's not clear how much the government has been told. The leading intelligence experts were startled by Fadden's timing on the eve of Canada's G20 Summit. It is possible CSIS feels compelled by a sense of profound national danger. Very important principles of the Rule of Law and Government may have been compromised so in that sense it may be that CSIS feels that it wants to let the public know and let those individuals and governments know that they are being scrutinized. It remains to be seen what the government will do now to blunt a growing foreign influence it has yet to even acknowldge....CSIS is profoundly worried at the amount of infiltration there is in this country.... [end quote].

[The Globe & Mail]




Grain Elevators are SHUTTING DOWN [Six in Southwestern Ontario]:

Firm shutting six Southwestern Ontario grain elevators, irking farmers

A Montreal-based company is closing six grain elevators in Southwestern Ontario, a move that affects area farmers and raises concerns about growing concentration in the market, industry leaders say.

A Montreal-based company is closing six grain elevators in Southwestern Ontario, a move that affects area farmers and raises concerns about growing concentration in the market, industry leaders say.

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Sollio Agriculture says it made the “difficult, but necessary decision” to wind down its Ontario Grain operations, closing its elevators in Chatham-Kent and Lambton, Essex, Elgin, Oxford and Wellington counties.

“The decision essentially came about because we were unable to generate return or profit on those business activities,” Casper Kaastra, chief executive of Sollio, said Thursday.

The company’s financial challenges were amplified by “increased volatility in commodity prices” during the last few years, in part caused by the pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a major Grain Producer he said.

“Not having that tie to deeper in the value chain put us in a position where we’re unable to compete or generate a profit any longer,” said Kaastra, who noted Sollio doesn’t have Ontario terminals to export grain directly.

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The agri-business arm of Sollio Cooperative Group, Sollio became the biggest shareholder in the Ontario Grain partnership in 2018. The company plans to continue serving clients during this year’s harvest season at reduced capacity and will “initiate a sale process of its assets with prospective buyers,” it said in a statement.

The elevators closing is in Florence in Lambton County west of Bothwell, Staples in Essex County north of Leamington, Wallaceburg in Chatham-Kent, Talbotville in Elgin County north of St. Thomas, Palmerston in Wellington County north of Listowel and Princeton in Oxford County east of Woodstock.

Ontario Grain’s sudden departure raises concerns about having one less player in an already-concentrated business, some industry observers say.

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“It’s unfortunate that Sollio is moving out. We don’t know who’s coming in so that’s a big concern at the moment,” said Gus Ternoey, the Chatham-Kent director of Grain Farmers of Ontario, an umbrella group for producers.

While he’s hopeful it will be business-as-usual for farmers who have contracts with Sollio, closing all of the company’s Ontario operations raises questions about the fallout, Ternoey said.

“Certainly, moving forward, there’s a lot of concern about what this is really going to mean,” he said. “One less player. Does that mean it will be difficult to deliver grain? We don’t know at the moment.”

Phillip Shaw, a farmer and agricultural economist, sees the move as a “major fracture for farmers” in Southwestern Ontario.


“Anytime that you have the potential to lose outlets for grain and buyers for grain, that makes the industry more concentrated,” he said, adding that can create more problems for those supplying farmers.

As a major player in grain marketing, Ontario Grain’s exit will be felt the most in Chatham-Kent, Essex and Lambton counties, Shaw said.

Other large operators include companies such as Andersons, Cargill, Great Lake Grain and Parrish and Heimbecker.

Typically, when grain companies close, they take down their facilities to avoid selling to competitors, Shaw said. He’s not sure whether Sollio would take the same route.

If Sollio can sell its grain elevators, the hope is a buyer would provide the same services to farmers, Kaastra said. The facilities offer grain drying, cleaning and storing services to farmers.

Kaastra stressed Sollio’s commitment to farmers as it begins to wind down, noting it announced the company is leaving the market now to give growers time to plan for the harvest season.

“We’re trying to do everything we can to provide minimal disruption to the farmer at this time,” he said.

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Referendum in Ukraine:

Russians gather to show support for referendums (VIDEO) — RT Russia & Former Soviet Union

The first results of the five-day vote are expected by Wednesday.

https://www.rt.com/russia/563408-moscow-rally-donbass-vote/

People have gathered across Russia in support of the referendums which will determine if the Donbass republics and the Russian-controlled territories of southern Ukraine officially join Russia.

Thousands have shown up in Moscow near the Kremlin, holding Russian flags, as well as flags of the country’s regions and political parties.

Celebrities, including actors and pop stars, are taking part in the ‘We Don’t Abandon Our Own’ event.

The organizers, the All-Russia People’s Front (ONF), said the gathering “reflects the aspirations of all Russians and will help express the support of Muscovites for the residents of the liberated territories.” Similar events were held in other cities.

The Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics (DPR and LPR), as well as Russian-controlled areas of Ukraine’s Zaporozhye and Kherson Regions, kicked off a five-day vote on Friday on joining Russia. These lands are predominantly Russian-speaking and have historical ties with Russia.

Ukraine, the US, and EU have rejected the referendum as a “sham,” vowing to ignore the results.

READ MORE: Donbass republics, Zaporozhye and Kherson Regions kick off vote on joining Russia

The DPR and LPR broke away from Ukraine shortly after the 2014 coup in Kiev. Moscow recognized them as independent states in February. Kherson Region, as well as large chunks of Zaporozhye Region, were seized by Russian troops after Moscow launched its military operation in the neighboring country. [rt.com/Russia]

What is really going on… They show the same thing in North Korea. Ironically, North Korea is angry about articles saying they are sending weapons to Russia. They literally said this is Western Intelligence trying to make North Korea look bad. I'm not kidding. Can't make this stuff up!


Russia vs USA army recruitment:

This thread explaining why nobody is joining the military is a must-read

The military is in trouble and its leadership has no clue. So, what's the problem, exactly?

In Russia 10,000 couldn't wait to be listed and join the army.

Russia says 10,000 volunteer to fight in 24 hours - RTHK

Plus Ukrainians!

https://www.rt.com/russia/551682-russia-approves-foreign-fighters/


You are about to read a lot of common sense packed into a few short paragraphs. It's a rare thing to see.

Buckle in for some of the best analysis of our military collapse from a veteran.

1. No faith in the administrative state. Come on…Is this one really so hard to figure out. Most combat arms troops generally come from right-wing or conservative backgrounds. You've been spending the last 4-6 years dragging police and military through the mud, most conservative.

You've got a weaponized DOJ, ATF, FBI, CIA, and God knows what else. It's no mystery that they are being specifically used to target Conservatives. Do you really expect a rural Conservative to join a combat arms MOS when you're telling them they are terrorists and extremists?


2. A woke military. I can't believe this one even needs to be mentioned, but isn't it obvious? Like it or not, the military is an environment of alphas who are being trained to kill human beings. The political token of the woke culture has no place in military ranks.

War is a deadly environment, and soldiers need to be focused on their job, not on your made up Marxist bullcrap. Don't even mention soldiers being kicked out over the coof poke. Get out of here with that cowardly BS.


3. 20 years of lies will make you wise. Some of us have been there and bought the T-shirt. You know that the Government is willing to lie to get their way. They don't care who they hurt, or who dies. As long as those military industrial complex checks are wet, they are good.

To make it even worse, we know Dick Cheney lied about WMDs. He lives a comfortable life outside of a prison cell while our troops live on the streets. Experience is the greatest teacher, so obviously why would a young person with half a brain sign up for that?


4. The people who are currently serving are treated like 2nd rate citizens. I mean…would you join the military if you knew the answer to inflation was to "go get on food stamps". That's not a very comforting prospect, is it?

Also, knowing your going to be subjected to woke critical race theory, inclusiveness, and no telling what leftist politically driven "training" is enough to make anyone run the other way.


5. You're not worth dying for. Think about it. Society has spent the last 4-6 years telling us how bad America is, how bad military and law enforcement members are, and how unfair life is in our Country. We've been told our masculinity is toxic and that we are racists.

Society is sitting on their butts and have zero work ethic, and there's a lot of great jobs out there that pay better than the military and don't subject you to loss of life and limb over half of society wanting you dead because of who you are and your political identity.


6. They don't want to fight Americans. Yep…I said it. The writing is on the wall. Many areas are already starting to peacefully Balkanize, if only in the logistical sense of banking, goods, and services. It's happening Geographically, too. Look at the mass exodus from CA.

Depression in our youth is at an all time high. They feel defeated and downtrodden. They feel like society doesn't support them. All they have is their family and friends for support. They aren't dumb, either. Gen Zs are very well educated. They see the turmoil our Gov is causing.

The God honest truth is that Gen Z is more afraid of our own Government than anyone else in the World. Why should they wear your uniform when you support disarming us? Why in the world would they risk their lives for you?


7. Troops from the last 20 years of war are parents now. What do think we are telling our kids? LOL. You're INSANE if you think we are recommending our kids sign up for your endless wars.


8. We are tired of endless wars. I don't think Gen Z is comprised of cowards. I think they are smart enough to realize what they are signing up for. They would rather take their chances with the thousands of GWOT veterans in the streets of America if we are invaded.


Invasion is the only way you'll get a lot of them to be willing to take up arms. In which case, they will have 1,000s of capable GWOT vets to help them survive. Don't worry, we will find equipment. While y'all are playing drag, we will defend the Country.

I could not have said it any better myself. [Not the Bee]


Biden's Plan for a Digital Dollar is a MassiveThreat to Freedom | Opinion:

1. https://pro.paradigmnewsletters.org/p/awn_bidenbucks_newlife_0722/LAWNY754/?cake_s1=09_91017505_93593904-70f9-4b24-ac74-921f39bcd49d&h=true

2. https://www.newsweek.com/bidens-plan-digital-dollar-massive-threat-freedom-opinion-1688803

On March 9, the Biden administration issued a sweeping executive order directing a laundry list of government agencies to develop plans to regulate cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, as well as to produce a detailed plan to study the potential creation of a central bank digital currency (CBDC) for the United States. [Canada is doing the same thing under Trudeau]

If the federal government and Federal Reserve were to ultimately issue a CBDC, it would be the first time in a century that America has released an entirely new currency.

Although the executive order's language leaves the door open for federal agencies to recommend against the creation of a digital dollar, the evidence strongly suggests this will not occur, and that the White House will formally propose a plan for a digital currency by the end of the year. [Debbie Mattson] [Newsweek]



Salim Mansur… My two-week Tour in ALBERTA & B.C.

Patrick Bestall takes the time to SUMMERIZE Salim’s long document…

[Salim’s full account follows]

Referendums for independence:

The big news is that Pastor Artur Pawlowski has won the leadership of the Independence Party of Alberta! I learned about this from Salim Mansur's notes (FOLLOW) recording highlights of his speaking tour through Alberta and BC.


In Calgary we had a surprise. Pastor Artur Pawlowski came to the Southside Victory Church where we were invited to speak after he had won the leadership vote of the Independence Party of Alberta earlier that day, and he spoke ahead of us to a packed hall of highly energized and excited Albertans. Pastor Pawlowski stayed with us at the church for the evening and invited Laura-Lynn, Jim Thompson and myself to come over the next day for coffee before departing Calgary.

Pastor Pawlowski is a charismatic individual. He is tough, courageous, highly intelligent and informed, and has proven that he will not be intimidated in his mission as a Christian preacher and now as a leader of a party that has the potential to do for Alberta, and Canada, what Preston Manning’s Reform party tried and failed to accomplish. I was hugely impressed by the Pastor and the devotion of his family to him. The repeated attempts by local authorities in Calgary and provincial authorities in Edmonton to fine, imprison and shut down his ministry for refusing to abide by the government’s Covid-19 public health orders failed when the Alberta Court of Appeal, in July of this year, unanimously overturned those charges and ordered partial repayments of fines returned to him.

I learned subsequently on meeting with the membership director of the Independence Party of Alberta (IPA) at another speaking event outside of Calgary that the party membership is rapidly growing across the province. I further understand the IPA is an out-growth of the Alberta Prosperity Project (APP), an initiative designed to unite Albertans behind its vision to make Alberta “a new Sovereign Constitutional Republic.” The platforms of both the APP and IPA are inspiring, and they can be found respectively on their websites: albertaprosperityproject.com, and abindependence.com.

If the Independence Party of Alberta wins the next election there will be a referendum to establish the province as a sovereign state, just like Quebec has tried to do, and just like the southern regions of Ukraine did and are ratifying now under the protection of Russia.


I believe it's God's plan to bring us back to the way things were before the age of industrialization corrupted us - and, ironically, that God is using both the IPA and the UN (and other globalist organizations) to bring this about. I quote again from Salim Mansur's attached notes;


Here, I will only note, the science behind the theory of “man-made global warming” that became the all-purpose “climate change” pushed by the UN-IPCC, is unsettled, flawed, and might justifiably be described as a pretext for dismantling the hydrocarbon fueled modern industrial global economy for the presumed benefit of that smaller segment of the world population residing in the global north. Professor Richard S. Lindzen of Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2007 stated:

“Future generations will wonder in bemused amazement that the early twenty-first century’s developed world went into hysterical panic over globally averaged temperature increase of a few tenths of a degree, and, on the basis of gross exaggerations of highly uncertain computer projections combined into plausible chains of inference, proceeded to contemplate a roll-back of the industrial age.”

Ottmar Endenhofer of the IPCC in an interview given in November 2010 said, “We (UN-IPCC) redistribute de facto the world’s wealth by climate policy… One has to free oneself from the illusion that international climate policy is environmental policy. This has almost nothing to do with environmental policy anymore…”

And the man tasked by the UN to organize the first Earth Summit in Rio (Brazil) in 1992, Maurice Strong, a Canadian, who served as under-secretary to 5 UN Secretaries-General (U Thant, Kurt Waldheim, Javier Perez de Cuellar, Boutros-Boutros Ghali and Kofi Annan) was on record stating, “Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn’t it our duty to bring that about?”



In a little while, I believe, we will see Canada break up into territories resembling the land before Confederation, and the USA will go back to more sovereign (independent) states. It fits the scenario Don Brooks, and I [Patrick Bestall] described in our 40-minute video revealing God's puzzle (LINK BELOW) based on the booklet we published in the spring of 2015.

Bestall & Brooks - revealing God's puzzle - watch now:

1. https://youtu.be/9DCPxFzpgkM [Patrick Bestall]

2. https://rumble.com/v17jguy-6-god-made-cycles-of-history.html [Don Brooks]


Salim’s long REVIEW follows”


On my recent speaking tour through AB and BC:

Salim Mansur Salim Mansur Salim Mansur

[This is a long read; however, it is well written and has information about western-Canada that you need to get to know more fully]

I am writing this memo/email homeward bound to London ON after a 2-week speaking tour through Alberta and British Columbia in the company of Laura-Lynn Thompson, Jim Thompson, Sean Taylor, Kaylene Crash and the 2-man band keyboard/vocalist Eliseo Ibarra, drummer Michael Root, with Dr Roger Hodkinson from Edmonton joining us in part of the journey. We spoke to and engaged with Albertans and British Columbians in packed townhalls, churches, and theatres. This has been an exhilarating road-trip starting in Edmonton that took us in a southward bound journey through several towns, including Medicine Hat and Calgary, and through southern Alberta into BC’s interior from Cranbrook, Creston, Trail, Grand Forks into Penticton, Kelowna, and onwards on roads with the most spectacular and majestic scenes of mountains, rivers, lakes, and pine forests that our country has been gifted with by God and nature. I wanted to share with you my preliminary thoughts at the end of this tour.

It will take time for me to sort out the experience of these two weeks on the road and the people I got to meet and spend time hearing their views about the country, and how the lockdowns and mask/vaccine mandates of the past two years and counting have affected their lives. I want to put in writing my first impressions while fresh in my mind, the extent to which I have re-discovered the vastness and beauty of our country, of how much excited I have become with the possibility of change and renewal in Canadian politics due to developments once again in Alberta, and despite the alienation, anger, and frustration of so many in the western provinces with Ottawa there is an abundance of energy among the people I met who now seem resolutely committed to redress the imbalances of Canadian federation that people in the east have so blithely and for so long arrogantly ignored.

Please take the time to read this… it is FACINATING:

The past is never the past, it resurfaces time and time again in new settings and in new garments breathing new life to what seemingly had been forgotten. It should be recalled how western Canada took the news in November 1986 when Brian Mulroney’s majority government of PC Tories awarded the over a billion-dollar maintenance contract of CF-18 fighter jets to Canadair Ltd of Montreal instead of Bristol Aerospace Ltd of Winnipeg with a bid that was below that of the Quebec based company. Prime Minister Mulroney is remembered for winning two back-to-back majority terms by bringing together Quebec nationalists and separatists under his leadership and describing his political savviness as “you dance with those who brung you.” He had his dance, stepped down knowing his politics of con had run its course, and sent his party in a tailspin into oblivion in the federal election of 1993. The Liberals came back under Jean Chretien with a majority and the PC Tories lost their party standing in the parliament with only two members re-elected.

In catering to his Quebec coalition in that fateful 1986 decision of CF-18 contract to Canadair, Mulroney gifted to Lucien Bouchard, his Quebec partner and then opponent after the failed Meech Lake Accord, the role of being the Leader of the Loyal Opposition in the parliament while sitting as the chieftain of the Bloc Quebecois made up of Quebec sovereigntists in Ottawa joined at the hip with the separatist Parti Quebecois. In the western provinces the PC Tories failed to elect any member, as the Reform party surged from barely one seat in the previous parliament to electing 52 members falling short of three that would have made Preston Manning the Leader of the Loyal Opposition instead of Bouchard.

The Reform party was formed in 1987 soon after the CF-18 contract was awarded to Canadair. It was a popular protest party with roots in religious and social conservatism, its strongest support based in Alberta, and its leader Preston Manning successfully flipping alienation and separatist sentiments across the prairie provinces into the more positive and appealing slogan of the “west wants in” to set forth a platform for reform of the Canadian federation. It was a reform package for a triple-E senate (equal, elected, effective), balanced budget, and paying down the national debt that would acknowledge the equal role of the provinces in the federation that remains heavily weighted in favour of central Canada (Ontario and Quebec) with its double majority in both the House and the Senate. The emergence of the Reform party signalled the rising importance of Alberta in federal politics with its abundance of natural resources in oil and gas in a global economy thirsting for hydrocarbon fuel.

Alberta’s fiscal contribution to the well-being of all Canadians under any federal scheme designed by Ottawa in return requires, if not demands, a degree of sensitivity to the views of Albertans that has been sorely missing in central Canada. The federal arrangement for equalization payment, for instance, was written into the Constitution Act, 1982, section 36(2). It states, “Parliament and the government of Canada are committed to the principle of making equalization payments to ensure that provincial governments have sufficient revenues to provide reasonably comparable levels of public services at reasonably comparable levels of taxation.” According to 2017 figures only two provinces, Alberta and Ontario, qualified as “have” provinces with each having fiscal capacity above the average of the 10-province standard; and Alberta’s annual contribution has stood in this equalization payment formula ahead and above that of Ontario in recent years that makes all the other provinces, in particular Quebec, recipients from Ottawa of payments as “have not” provinces.

In the period since 2020 with the “fake” Covid-19 pandemic and its attendant lockdowns and mask/vaccine mandates, Albertans have felt the unfairness of Ottawa’s policies that negatively affected their province’s export revenue from oil and gas. But in a larger sense Alberta’s fiscal contribution as a “have” province to the federal government’s equalization payment scheme has been insufficiently recognized in Ottawa and by other provinces, and again in particular by Quebec, while Albertans are repeatedly made to feel their interests being slighted, ignored, or dismissed. Here again, we may recall that this is not a recent phenomenon of how the western provinces, and especially Alberta, have been treated by the federal governments elected by large majorities of seats won in central Canada. The 1986 award to Quebec of the CF-18 maintenance contract stands out, as it ignited the Reform party movement of the “west wanting in.” But we can go back to Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau’s national energy program (NEP) of 1980 that went down very negatively in Alberta, and Albertans felt stiffed by Ottawa denying resource development and revenue growth in their province that belonged within the provincial jurisdiction as enumerated in the constitutional arrangement of the 1867 BNA Act.

But these frustrations of Albertans pale in the context of the larger picture in how Alberta’s development has been grossly constrained by the alarmism and near hysteria, generated by the left-wing environmental lobby and the adoption by the federal government of the UN Agenda on climate change. To rub salt in Alberta’s wound on this matter, the role of the Conservative party in the politics of climate change has been grievously hurtful to Albertans and their place in the Canadian federation.

Here, I will only note, the science behind the theory of “man-made global warming” that became the all-purpose “climate change” pushed by the UN-IPCC, is unsettled, flawed, and might justifiably be described as a pretext for dismantling the hydrocarbon fueled modern industrial global economy for the presumed benefit of that smaller segment of the world population residing in the global north. Professor Richard S. Lindzen of Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2007 stated:

“Future generations will wonder in bemused amazement that the early twenty-first century’s developed world went into hysterical panic over globally averaged temperature increase of a few tenths of a degree, and, on the basis of gross exaggerations of highly uncertain computer projections combined into plausible chains of inference, proceeded to contemplate a roll-back of the industrial age.”

Ottmar Endenhofer of the IPCC in an interview given in November 2010 said, “We (UN-IPCC) redistribute de facto the world’s wealth by climate policy… One has to free oneself from the illusion that international climate policy is environmental policy. This has almost nothing to do with environmental policy anymore…”

And the man tasked by the UN to organize the first Earth Summit in Rio (Brazil) in 1992, Maurice Strong, a Canadian, who served as under-secretary to 5 UN Secretaries-General (U Thant, Kurt Waldheim, Javier Perez de Cuellar, Boutros-Boutros Ghali and Kofi Annan) was on record stating, “Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn’t it our duty to bring that about?”

Strong’s apocalyptic or cult-like Malthusian belief went back a long way formalized in the Club of Rome’s agenda spelled out in the Limits to Growth (1971) or the Brundtland Commission Report on Environment and Development, Our Common Future (1987). These have been the prelude to what is now become Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum (WEF) stated goals presented in Covid-19: The Great Reset (2020) and are driven by the UN Agenda 2030 and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. This is the grand scheme or ideology, the Globalist Agenda, promoted and being implemented by the EU and those developed economies, such as Canada, whose ruling class has bought into this agenda of depopulation and deindustrialization via net-zero carbon emission policy of which the people around the world and countries of the global south are awakening and repudiating. The accompanying question to the “Great Reset” agenda of the UN/EU/WEF under the slogan of “Build Back Better” is that of the “Great Rupture” in global politics led by the BRICS-plus (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa +) countries and with it possibly the end of the US (petro)dollars as the world’s reserve currency.

But the UN Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals adopted by Ottawa under Liberal and Conservative prime ministers with support from the rest of the political parties represented in the parliament have direct negative consequences for Alberta’s growth and prosperity. And Albertans have been awakened to this “ganging-up” by Ottawa and the provinces of central Canada and the Maritimes against Alberta and the western provinces. The awakening means Albertans have become increasingly aware of how greatly the Conservative party has deceived them through the past decades despite receiving their overwhelming support in federal elections when it came to protecting Alberta’s interests.

In Medicine Hat I hoped I would get to meet Tamara Lich, the Albertan perhaps most responsible for setting in motion the Truckers of the Freedom Convoy 2022 that arrived in February in Ottawa. I tried to connect with her, but I learned on arriving in her hometown that she was still in Ontario after her second arrest for breaching bail conditions. In Calgary we had a surprise. Pastor Artur Pawlowski came to the Southside Victory Church where we were invited to speak after he had won the leadership vote of the Independence Party of Alberta earlier that day, and he spoke ahead of us to a packed hall of highly energized and excited Albertans. Pastor Pawlowski stayed with us at the church for the evening and invited Laura-Lynn, Jim Thompson and myself to come over the next day for coffee before departing Calgary.

Pastor Pawlowski is a charismatic individual. He is tough, courageous, highly intelligent and informed, and has proven that he will not be intimidated in his mission as a Christian preacher and now as a leader of a party that has the potential to do for Alberta, and Canada, what Preston Manning’s Reform party tried and failed to accomplish. I was hugely impressed by the Pastor and the devotion of his family to him. The repeated attempts by local authorities in Calgary and provincial authorities in Edmonton to fine, imprison and shut down his ministry for refusing to abide by the government’s Covid-19 public health orders failed when the Alberta Court of Appeal, in July of this year, unanimously overturned those charges and ordered partial repayments of fines returned to him.

I learned subsequently on meeting with the membership director of the Independence Party of Alberta (IPA) at another speaking event outside of Calgary that the party membership is rapidly growing across the province. I further understand the IPA is an out-growth of the Alberta Prosperity Project (APP), an initiative designed to unite Albertans behind its vision to make Alberta “a new Sovereign Constitutional Republic.” The platforms of both the APP and IPA are inspiring, and they can be found respectively on their websites: albertaprosperityproject.com, and abindependence.com.

Unlike the Reform party and its subsequent name change to Canadian Alliance prior to merger with the PC Tories to form the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) in 2003, the IPA is forthright in its objective of leading Alberta to independence by arranging a referendum for Albertans immediately after forming a majority government in the province. The membership of the IPA under the leadership of Pastor Pawlowski is, as I gathered speaking with some of the members and with Dr Roger Hodkinson, fully cognizant of the hurdles ahead, of the requirements of the Clarity Act of 2000 passed by the Parliament of Canada in response to questions posed to the Supreme Court in reference to Quebec’s secession following the referendum of 1995 in which the province failed to win a simple majority for the second time, and the heightened level of animus, smears, and vilifications that will inevitably be hurled against the IPA from outside of Alberta.

It is, of course, too early at present to predict how IPA will navigate successfully, if at all, through the hurdles and achieve its objective of gaining independence for Alberta. What is striking, however, is the extent of awareness displayed among Albertans of the deceptive nature of both the federal and provincial Conservatives in Alberta. The hoopla behind Jason Kenney’s bid to lead the United Conservative Party (UCP) and become Alberta’s premier after the federal Conservatives were defeated by Justin Trudeau’s Liberal party in the 2015 election did not take long to go bust. Kenney’s resignation in May 2022 from the leadership of the UCP with more than a year remaining in his term as premier illustrates the con game of the Conservatives bent on exploiting Alberta’s place in the Canadian federation against long term interests of Alberta on behalf of the ruling class, the Laurentian elite, ensconced in the triangular set-up of Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto.

The eye-opening message embedded in the APP and IPA platforms is the detailed accounting of how the WEF agenda of The Great Reset was funneled into Alberta by the Conservatives under Stephen Harper as prime minister from 2006 to 2015. The prelude to Harper’s Conservative government in Ottawa was that of Brian Mulroney’s PC Tories from 1984 to 1993. Mulroney signed on to the Convention on Climate Change at Rio’s Earth Summit in 1992, followed by Prime Minister Jean Chretien signing the Kyoto Protocol in 1997, which was ratified by the parliament in 2002. The Conservative party’s deceptive opposition to the climate change agreement (Kyoto Protocol) under Harper at the head of a minority government elected in 2006 was flipped when Harper went along with the Paris Accord on climate change duly signed by the incoming Liberal government in December 2015 under Justin Trudeau. But it is the extent to which Harper’s majority government elected in 2011 rolled over to spread the welcome mat for the WEF agenda at the heart of which is the goal for controlled demolition of the hydrocarbon fueled global economy. Harper became the first Canadian prime minister to proclaim that Canada (Alberta) will phase out its oilsands energy resource in keeping with the WEF agenda. A full record of Harper and the Conservatives engaged in pushing The Great Reset is made available on the IPA website. This record will get full airing in the months ahead as Pastor Pawlowski begins the party’s campaign for Alberta’s provincial election due sometime in 2023.

The evening Pastor Pawlowski joined us in the Calgary church as leader of the IPA, the CPC elected Pierre Polievre as the party leader and Leader of the Loyal Opposition in Ottawa. The media and the CPC handlers have placed a halo around Pierre, as the designated opponent of the most “woke” Liberal leader Justin Trudeau, and seemingly with the right chemistry to oust the Liberal-NDP duo from running the federal government.

My own experience in the CPC goes back to the Manning years, and many of you know my story about being “disallowed” to stand for nomination in my electoral district of London North Centre for the 2019 election. Scheer and his sidekick Hamish Marshall, the national campaign director, expelled me from the party because to them I was an “Islamophobe” and, therefore, had no place in the party since that might or could trigger the Liberal attack on Scheer’s leadership and his inability to push back when Justin Trudeau might paint him as soft on “Islamophobia.” It was soon after in a meeting with some big honchos of the CPC in Toronto who came together, as they imagined, to pacify my “wounded feelings” with gestures of concern and kindness that I had my opportunity to express what I thought would be the electoral result for the CPC contrary to, as they believed, Scheer becoming the prime minister. These folks were convinced that the 2019 election was in the bag, that Scheer, the “dimple-boy” was unbeatable. I told them in the gentlest manner I could that not in my lifetime, nor in theirs, would the CPC ever form a majority government, and forming a minority government would also remain a bridge too far given the party divisions in the parliament.

They looked at me aghast and asked how I imagined such a silly outcome. I explained that winning the barest minimum of 170 seats to form a government was well nigh improbable, if not impossible, for a party that has worked mightily hard to be sold as Liberal-lite in the Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area. I reminded them that the 2011 election, which gave CPC a majority was fortuitous when Jack Layton’s NDP emerged as the Official Opposition by winning 59 out of 75 seats in Quebec and reducing the Liberals to a third party status. The likelihood of this being repeated is slim and unpredictable.

Then I told them about how the once mighty Liberal party in Britain during the reign of Queen Victoria that dominated British politics through the 19th century with Palmerston, Earl Russell, William Gladstone as prime ministers crashed and burned under Lloyd George through and after WWI and since then the Liberal party never formed a government in Britain. What I didn’t say is that this is the legacy left behind by Mulroney and Harper for a party without a soul, without any conviction, and without the courage to defend and keep secure the foundational culture and values that went into the making of Canada. Furthermore, theirs is also the legacy of complicity with Liberals and NDP to dismantle the traditions of pre-centennial Canada through multiculturalism and open immigration, of turning Canada into a laboratory of “wokeism” pushed by the WEF while embracing the UN Agenda of “sustainable development goals” as made-in-Canada policy.

I still maintain the view I expressed that summer day in Toronto ahead of the 2019 election to folks whose identity I must not disclose, as the meeting was privately called. CPC can pile up the popular votes with the support it has enjoyed in Alberta and Saskatchewan, but the score in Toronto is the CPC repeatedly shut out from the 25 seats in the hogtown, and for the 31 seats around the 905-belt in the GTA the CPC has barely made a showing by winning only 8 seats in 2019 and 4 seats in 2021. Pierre Poilevre might do better than Andrew Scheer and Erin O’Toole did. But the bloom is long gone from the CPC in the west, especially in Alberta.

There are 34 seats in Alberta after the 2011 redistribution. In the elections of 2015 CPC took 29 seats, in 2019 CPC won 33 seats, and in 2021 CPC won 30 seats. Going forward, if the APP and IPA cut through the fog of misinformation around the CPC in Alberta, the consequences could likely be the Conservatives losing anywhere between a quarter and a third of Alberta seats, if not more as it occurred in the 1993 election, and this decepticon party will be done for good. CPC will not make up elsewhere for those lost seats in Alberta. This is why the birth of IPA is a game-changer in Canadian politics. Pierre’s effort to distance himself from the Harper-Kenney Conservatives will not wash in Alberta, when he was part of their inner circle and owns their legacy of selling their souls and Canada’s future to the Svengalis of the WEF – Klaus Schwab, George Soros and their ilk.


This is a pivotal moment in Canadian politics as it is in global affairs. The world that emerged after 1945 divided between the East and West blocs through the Cold War years is going through a meltdown right before our eyes. NATO's full-spectrum hybrid proxy-war in Ukraine against Russia to bring about regime change in Moscow has back-fired mightily. There has been no serious discussion in the parliament about this proxy-war that Justin Trudeau and Chrystia Freeland have endorsed and supported with men, money, and material as puppets of the US/EU/WEF, just as there was no opposition in Ottawa nor by the provinces to the WHO designed lockdowns with mask/vaccine mandates Liberals put into effect during the past two years under the pretext of a sham pandemic.

The Canadian federation is only as strong as its weakest link. Alberta is, in the positive sense, the weakest link which can snap unlike the posturings we have seen emanating out of Quebec. Alberta has the resources and the willingness, if the majority of Albertans determine their future prosperity demands independence, to reshape Canada by itself. Pastor Artur Pawlowski and his Independence party are at the cusp of shaking Canadian politics like never before and force the conversation on the nature of the Canadian federation that rest of Canada has assiduously sought to avoid since the nineteen-eighties.

William Wordsworth famously wrote the opening lines of his autobiographical poem, The Prelude, “Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive, / But to be young was very heaven!” My youth is long gone and in the evening of my life I have felt despondent and discouraged by the state of affairs in our country and around the world. And yet, on the road through Alberta and British Columbia meeting people and making friends, I felt a surge of that lively and spiritually charged feelings that Wordsworth felt and expressed so powerfully as a young man with the world around him being transformed while shaken to its foundation by the tumult of the French Revolution and the ideas that ignited it. [Salim]





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