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6-12-22 Sunday

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💥Thoughts for TODAY!

Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in honour preferring one another;

Romans 12:10 KJV

For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them.

Ephesians 2:10 KJV

When the Famous quote the Famous who quote other Famous...

Lew Rockwell quotes The Best of Linda Schrock Taylor who quotes Dr. Martha Stout's book The Sociopath Next Door which quotes William Ralph Inge writing early in the twentieth century:

In her excellent book, The Sociopath Next Door, (a book I strongly recommend that Everyone read as a prophylactic against the “1 out of 25” dangerous persons who populate our families, our neighborhoods and our world, disrupting and damaging our lives), Dr. Martha Stout quotes William Ralph Inge, speaking early in the twentieth century,

“The proper time to influence the character of a child is about 100 years before he is born.”

Since I am a person who believes that I was born at least 100 years too late, I paid special attention when I read that.

While many are discussing the cultural problems of visual-to-behavioral violence; the breakdown of the family; the delegation of parental roles to visual media; and the loss of a national moral compass, I would like to also direct attention to the schools. As a baseline for our thinking, let us consider this: When my husband (born 1941) attended school in small town Iowa, he and many other boys carried their guns to school and stored them in unlocked lockers. Teenage boys; Unlocked lockers; Possibly dozens of guns in the school building. A massacre in the making? Not at all. The daily outcome was that the boys…as soon as school let out…went hunting so that families might have fresh meat on their tables for evening meals.

In those days, character and values were formed by wisdom that had come down through the culture from …oh, about 100 years prior. Now, our culture treats individuals as though we are all still small enough, and dumb enough, to put beans up our noses. Rampant stupidity causes our do-gooders and tunnel-visioned leaders to erroneously conclude that outlawing beans must surely be the answer. [Patrick Bestall]

Biden Overrules Trump Palestinian Policy:

By establishing a “US Office of Palestinian Affairs” in Jerusalem, the Biden administration announced a dramatic but partial reversal of Donald Trump’s closing of the Palestinian consulate there.

Some see Biden’s move as a reward for Palestinian leadership following a wave of terrorism in which two Palestinians with an ax and knife murdered three Israelis in Elad in May according to Fox News.

Raad Hazem, a 28-year-old Palestinian gunman from Jenin, killed three people and injured six others in a busy Tel Aviv club the month before.

The elevation of the Palestinian Affairs Unit, which was previously part of the embassy in Israel, is seen as a setback for the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians, according to a top former Trump official.

“We had a consul-general in West Jerusalem for decades dedicated to Palestinian affairs, which meant Palestinians had to cross into West Jerusalem for any consular affairs related to the United States,” Victoria Coates, a former deputy national security adviser for the Middle East and North Africa under Trump, told Fox News Digital.

“Since 2018, their affairs have been handled by a proper U.S. Embassy, which also happens to be in West Jerusalem. This unnecessary change with the Palestinians will only prolong the stalemate between them and Israel and will not bring us any closer to peace than the old ConGen [consulate-general] did [before Trump].”

Failed” practices:

Israel’s former Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon also weighed in, saying that the administration was falling back on failed” practices.

“The Biden administration is reverting to past failed practices,” Danon told Fox News Digital. “Although the announced changes are essentially bureaucratic in nature, with amendments to names and reporting lines, it is the symbolism of the move which hits home for some. It signals an upgrade in relations with the possibility of more fruitless promises to come.

“The Abraham Accords moved beyond broken paradigms and looked for new solutions,” added Danon, who is also chairman of World Likud. “This new path has been astoundingly successful. It is perhaps time for the current U.S. administration to cast aside past failed policies and look to set new, sound strategy.”

During his tenure in office, the Trump administration assisted with negotiations of agreements that helped normalize diplomatic relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan, and Morocco.

There has been consistent opposition from the Israeli government about reopening the Palestinian consulate in Jerusalem as the nation says it undercuts the holy city as an undivided capital of Israel.

More information:

Fox News Digital sent questioned the U.S. State Department, Thursday about the issue and an emailed response from a spokesperson stated that “The former Palestinian Affairs Unit is now called the Office of Palestinian Affairs (OPA). It continues to be led on the ground in Jerusalem by the Chief of the Office, George Noll.”

The statement concluded, “The OPA operates under the auspices of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, and reports on substantive matters directly to the Near Eastern Affairs Bureau in the State Department”. [Conservative Institute]


A- Historical Precedent set based on a Misunderstanding:

On May 19th Marco Mendicino, the Minister of Public Safety, confirmed that he stood by his statement in Parliament on May 2nd that “on the recommendation of law enforcement we invoked the Emergency Act”.

We now know that the police did not make this recommendation.

  • · RCMP didn't ask for Emergencies Act to be invoked, commissioner tells Commons committee National Post, May 10, 2022

  • · Ottawa interim police chief Steve Bell didn’t ask feds to invoke Emergencies Act Global News, May 17, 2022

  • · Former Ottawa police chief Peter Sloly says he didn't ask Liberals for Emergencies Act National Post, Jun 02, 2022

The Liberals are now backpedaling, with the Deputy Minister of Public Safety saying that their minister was just misunderstood”.

There is no room for being misunderstood when setting historical precedents.

B- The Emergencies Act

Gave the government unlimited powers, gave police the ability to bypass due process, and gave the banks authority to freeze the bank accounts of Canadian citizens.

Conservatives gave the minister multiple opportunities to clarify his statement, and he repeatedly stood by it.

The Liberals must disclose their Cabinet documents, waive Cabinet Confidentiality and allow Justice Rouleau full access to the Liberals’ decision-making behind invoking the Emergencies Act, an inexcusable overreach into every Canadian’s right and freedom.

By strengthening our voice, we will be able to clearly demonstrate that this was an unjustifiable error, and reverse this historical precedent set by the Liberals. [M.P. Raquel Dancho]

Late Tuesday night the federal government issued the regulations outlining in more detail what new powers are being enacted though the Emergencies Act aimed at ending the trucker convoy protests and blockades. scoured the fine print and here are five notable elements you should know about.

1. Safeguarding vaccine clinics: Among the locations the federal government is considering critical infrastructure are hospitals and “locations where COVID-19 vaccines are administered,” which right now in this country presumably includes pharmacies and certain big box stores. Other examples of critical infrastructure are airports, harbours, railways, utility and power facilities, and international border crossings.

2. No kids at protest sites: The prohibition on bringing children to sites where these protests and blockades are occurring specifies that a person cannot “cause a person under the age of eighteen years to travel to or within 500 metres” of these demonstrations. There are exemptions for people who live, work, or are moving through these areas for other reasons.

3. Protecting war memorials: Among the locations the federal government is considering protected places are war memorials, in light of the acts of desecration seen in Ottawa. Specifically, that’s “any property that is a building, structure or part thereof that primarily serves as a monument to honour persons who were killed or died as a consequence of a war. Among the other protected places is the entire parliamentary precinct which includes several federal buildings and office spaces, official residences such as Rideau Cottage, and defence buildings.

4. Complying with orders: As for directing essential services, for example tow truck drivers, the order can be made verbally or in writing and the person “must comply.” The regulations also note that the compensation “must be equal to the current market price for those goods or services.”

5. Civil litigation immunity: There is “immunity” for those who follow the orders under the act, which could mean banks moving in to freeze funding or tow-truck drivers won’t face attempted civil action later on. The regulations specifically state “no proceedings under the Emergencies Act and no civil proceedings lie against an entity for complying with this this order.”

Further details on what is prohibited, and what the next steps are.

· Using force to end protests is up to police, PM says, amid concerns over what’s next in Ottawa · Latest updates: Third day of police action against Ottawa protest · Ottawa police board hired new chief without competition: sources · Children's Aid Society urges Ottawa convoy protesters to make arrangements for kids' care · 'Focused on getting this job done': Ottawa police prepared to end convoy occupation · Conservatives not backing Emergencies Act, MPs to debate motion Thursday · Kenney, Moe, join U.S. governors urging end to trucker COVID-19 vaccination rules · N.B. politicians speak out against racist symbols seen during Fredericton protest · Bringing minors to protests, supplying fuel can be prohibited under the Emergencies Act · The Emergencies Act has been enacted. Here's what that means · Towing industry concerned for safety, business if told to help under legislation · Blockade protesters leave Emerson border with police escort · Interactive map shows environmental impact of Ottawa trucker protest · Emergencies Act: 5 notable new powers enacted by the government · Who is who? A guide to the major players in the trucker convoy protest

Left-wing outlet tries to shame Tucker Carlson over Jan 6th coverage — it backfires SPECTACULARLY:

As media channels across the board dutifully ran the same feed from the carefully-produced Jan. 6 committee presentation, Fox News chose not to join the "totalitarian regimes that, ya know, broadcast lies into the homes of the population that they can't turn off,"according to Fox News host Tucker Carlson.

It's worth noting that the network did cover the hearings on Fox Business hosted by Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum, but Fox News opted to stick with its usual prime-time lineup. "The Recount" — a liberal media outlet dedicated to "reshaping the news," according to their website — thought they'd shame Fox News and Tucker Carlson for their non-compliance with the left-wing narrative. [Fox News]

Connecticut Reports 2022’s First Fatality of Powassan Virus due to Tick Bite:

Is this the next PANDEMIC?

Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) recently announced the state’s second case of Powassan virus infection (POWV) and first fatality in 2022 due to the virus that typically has a 10% fatality rate.

News of the fatality broke in a press release from the Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) where they outlined the start of the season, and what will likely not be the last of the cases this year.

“This incident reminds us that residents need to take actions to prevent tick bites now through the late fall,” said Dr. Manisha Juthani, who is the commissioner of the state’s DPH.

“DPH stresses the use of insect repellent this summer and avoiding high-risk areas, such as tall grass, where ticks may be found.

“It’s also important to check carefully for ticks after being outside which can reduce the chance of you and your family members being infected with this dangerous virus.”

The deceased was female from New London County and was the state’s second reported case and reported to be in her 90s at the time of her death.

“She started to not feel well in early May, then was later admitted to a local hospital complaining of fever, altered mental status, headache and chest pain, but became unresponsive over the next two weeks and died on May 17.

“Testing performed at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed the presence of antibodies to POWV.

“12 cases of POWV associated illness were reported in Connecticut during 2017 to 2021, including two which were fatal.” [Main Street Gazette]

Pro-Abortion Group hints at Targeting Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett's Children, Church, and Home:

Far-left activist group Ruth Sent Us implored its followers to unleash protests at the church and home of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett. The pro-abortion activist group hinted at targeting Barrett's children.

Ruth Sent Us – the far-left activist group named after late liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — is targeting Justice Barrett over the possibility that she would vote to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Ruth Sent Us organized protests last month against Supreme Court justices – which the group described as "six extremist justices."

This week, Ruth Sent us called for more protests against Justice Barrett.

"If you’re in the DC metro area, join us," the group wrote on Tuesday. "Our protests at Barrett’s home moved the needle to this coverage."

The far-left group highlighted Barrett's daily schedule and the school where her children attend.

"Falls Church is a People of Praise stronghold," Ruth Sent Us stated. "She sends her seven kids to a People of Praise school that she sat on the Board of Directors for. She attends church DAILY."

Ruth Sent Us also sent a "special message" to Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's wife and children at their school this week.

The pro-abortion group posted the addresses of conservative-leaning Supreme Court justices on the internet in May.

Federal prosecutors said Nicholas John Roske – the California man who allegedly wanted to assassinate Justice Kavanaugh found the Supreme Court justice's address online. [The Blaze Media]


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Uvalde Shooting HOAX 2022 Documentary (38 Min)

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Is NASA Really just Disney? (2 Min)

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Intense bodycam video shows the moment Police Sniper takes out Armed Man holding Baby Hostage:

Intense bodycam video shows the moment that a police sniper neutralizes an armed man on the run who took a baby hostage.

On Feb. 17, law enforcement was in search of Oscar Alcantara for an incident where a weapon was brandished in St. George, Utah.

Police pulled over Alcantara's vehicle, and a woman exited the car. The woman informed police officers that Alcantara had kidnapped her baby. Alcantara sped away from police and took them on a 30-mile car chase near Beaver Dam, Arizona.

Once the vehicle was stopped, a police officer yelled to Alcantara, "Put the child down on the ground, we will not pursue you!"

Alcantara didn't take the offer, then grabbed the infant and ran into a desert area. He then pointed the gun at the baby he had taken hostage.

A cop screamed, "Oscar stop! We don’t want to hurt you!"

Alcantara – while hiding behind vegetation – then pointed his gun at law enforcement during the hostage standoff.

A police officer is heard shouting, "The gun is pointed right at us! Gun pointed at us!"

Body camera video obtained by KUTV shows law enforcement moving in on the armed man.

A cop stressed, "We've only got one shot at this!"

A police sniper then fired on Alcantara – which killed the suspect while he was holding the baby.

Police rushed toward the 30-year-old suspect.

"I got child, I got child, come here baby," an officer exclaimed.

The baby was unharmed and taken to safety.

The shooting remains under investigation, according to KUTV. The Mohave County Attorney’s Office is still reviewing the hours of video from the deadly incident and interviewing dozens of officers and witnesses. [The Blaze Media]



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.


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