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Thursday 2/9-23

Verse(s) for today:

And not only so, but we glory in tribulations also: knowing that tribulation worketh patience; and patience, experience; and experience, hope: and hope maketh not ashamed; because the love of God is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us.

Romans 5:3-5 KJV

Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye stedfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord.

1 Corinthians 15:58 KJV

Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers.

Ephesians 4:29 KJV



Regarding Schools:


Please find attached an URGENT Call to Action. Fight for our children. We hope to get lots of participation in this. Feel free to forward this to everyone you know too. We need this to go viral and overload the school boards with emails/calls from concerned parents and community members.

Lynn Grushka


Sign now!

Send a message to Health Canada to pull the abortion pill due to 19-year-old girl’s death:

A 19-year-old girl has died in Canada due to the abortion pill Mifegymiso (also known as RU-486).

She would be alive today if Health Canada had not approved the chemical abortion pill as “SAFE” in 2015. Mifegymiso, designed to kill preborn babies, also has known deadly risks to the mother’s life.

This 19-year-old girl died on July 4, 2022. Her death was first reported to the Government of Canada's public database that tracks adverse reactions to drugs.

This young woman did not deserve to die. She had her whole life ahead of her.

Unfortunately, this is not the first death of a woman in Canada from the abortion pill. In 2001, a 26-year-old woman suffered a similar fate as this 19-year-old during a clinical trial of the drug.

Despite this, Health Canada went on to APPROVE Mifegymiso for its “SAFETY, efficacy, and quality.”

BANNING Mifegymiso in Canada will save women’s lives and the lives of their preborn children. How many more lives will this drug claim before Health Canada decides that it is time to act?

CitizenGO is partnering with Campaign Life Coalition (CLC) to demand that Health Canada bans Mifegymiso. We need your voice to pressure Health Canada and Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos to take action in protecting the health and well-being of Canadian women and their preborn children.

With your help, we can pressure Health Canada to act now to protect maternal and infant health and prevent further tragedies.

Gregory Tomchyshyn and the entire CitizenGO Team

P.S. It is truly tragic that a 19-year-old girl has died from taking the chemical abortion pill. Canada’s Minister of Health, Jean-Yves Duclos, and Health Canada need to stop this human pesticide from taking more precious human lives.

Together, we can move Canada toward a brighter future, where chemical abortion no longer takes the lives of women and their preborn children.

More Information:

Toxic Shock Syndrome Due to Clostridium sordellii: A Dramatic Postpartum and Postabortion Disease


Life Action Letter to Congress

Campaign Life Coalition website Gregory Tomchyshyn, CitizenGO

Mike Lindell:

What is Ron DeSantis Thinking?

I only see stuff like the following from Mike Lindell directly. If true, the following about Gov. DeSantis is not good. In fact, I don’t understand it at all. I am staying loyal to Donald Trump; but had hopes for DeSantis in the long run. I just don’t get it… Dave Strock

What is going on? Patrick Bestall

Direct from Mike Lindell

It's official! Gov. Ron DeSantis has lost his mind.On his new streaming platform, Gov. DeSantis hosted a roundtable of lawyers, where he praised attorney Libby Locke, of ClareLocke firm, THE Dominion Voting Machines ATTORNEY who is literally going after me and my company! Libby Locke is the exclusive lawyer targeting conservatives like Rudy Guilianne, Joe Oltmann and other leaders, throwing defamation lawsuits at them for their statements against the Dominion voting systems! It seems impossible that Gov. DeSantis is propping up this attorney who has used her firm to silence those talking about elections and calling it libel!If Gov. Ron DeSantis is really running for president, his campaign just ended before it started! As we show in "Unmasked: Has the truth about the 2020 election been uncovered?," Dominion's voting machines played a major role in the wild statistical abnormalities of the 2020 election, which resulted in Joe Biden's supposed "victory." Wisconsin, Georgia, and Michigan saw ridiculous vote spikes that conveniently put Joe Biden in the lead in the middle of the night on Election Day, even though vote counting had supposedly stopped. Things were so suspicious that many Democrats now believe Donald Trump's 2020 election was stolen from him.

Cyber security experts signed sworn affidavits stating that Dominion's faulty machines used an unencrypted VPN to transfer data and were being monitored, in real time, by China! Dominion machines were connected to the internet. We can’t allow this interference anymore. This is disgusting watching Governor DeSantis work with Dominion's legal team to silence our first amendment rights! I’m watching him work on behalf of Dominion and their targeting of good people to silence them. Is Desantis really going to help them sue regular people for defamation- removing their first amendment protection of free speech? What is DeSantis doing?We started the Lindell Legal Offense Fund to have world-class lawyers and election-law experts fight on the ground to stop stolen elections. We’ve hired the best cyber experts in the world. We are seeing great results of our long 2 year battle!

*We are leading the charge in every state to end the illegal voting machines that are being connected to the internet.

*We are supporting grassroots mobilization in every state through Cause of America.

*We are supporting grassroots mobilization in every state through Cause of America.

Please consider making a generous monthly donation to the Lindell Legal Offense Fund today. Help us fight Dominion voting machines and defend every American citizen's right to vote!

No monthly donation is too small, but we need to hear from you now!

Mike Lindell

Lindell Legal Offense Fund

This documentary is 2 years old. I posted it on my Rumble channel (ElectionFraud2020Archives) when it was released. But I'm glad FrankSpeech is sharing it again because it is still very relevant. To see the REAL smoking gun, though, watch Rumble channel "Enigmaintel" for proof of the algorithms in the Edison data in 30 states. Once you see it, you will never unsee it and have your biggest red pill of your life. The CIA, or CCP or some other state actor is totally rigging our elections. There is no doubt anymore about it. Won't post links here because I think they get flagged. Just search Rumble for the channel. Mike Wallace a day ago

Health Care Funding Trick:

We're being had. The provinces are about to accept a modest increase in health care transfer money from the globalist Liberals but with long strings attached to the World Health Organization (or should I say chains). The increased dollars must be spent on specific areas, including mental health (gotta love that one), and "modernizing the health system" (whatever that means). You can be sure there will be oversight and firm "guidance" from above through international treaties and WEF directives from the UN as well. Bye bye constitution of Canada that delegates health care to the provinces alone.

P.S. The World Health Organization says mental health issues are now the second leading cause of disability after heart disease. They want "trained" mental health workers in the work-place, in schools HELPING TEACHERS, everywhere!

[Patrick Bestall]

The conflict between Russia and Ukraine reveals Biden's Security Team's inability to Plan-Ahead:

As Europe's largest war approaches its one-year anniversary, it is clear to all that President Biden and his security team have failed in their ongoing planning for Ukraine.

The White House and the Pentagon's current thinking revolves around providing Ukraine with the "right kit" - first Stingers and Javelins, then HIMARs, Patriots, Bradleys, and now Abrams tanks, according to Rebekah Koffler of Fox News.

The former DIA intelligence officer, and the author of  "Putin’s Playbook: Russia’s Secret Plan to Defeat America" asserted that is this never-ending barrage of high-tech military hardware supposed to force Vladimir Putin to surrender. Here are three reasons why the Biden administration's inability to develop a serious strategy based on realistic goals and affordable costs endangers us all.

The analysis went on, saying President Biden clearly understands the risks of becoming increasingly involved in what appears to be an unwinnable war. When criticized for his lackluster response to Putin's assault on Ukraine last February, Biden stated, "That's a world war when Americans and Russia start shooting at each other."

Biden also demonstrated a clear understanding of the dangers of arming Ukrainians to the teeth in an October speech to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.

What appeared to be off-limits just a few weeks ago is now on its way to Kyiv. Biden announced the delivery of 31 Abrams tanks a day after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy promoted "big business" opportunities to US and international investment firms at the National Association of State Chambers meeting in Boca Raton, Florida.

After receiving his tanks, Zelenskyy is now requesting F-16 fighter jets, which the president has so far denied.

What motivates Biden's reckless behavior? Is this another sign of his mental health deterioration? There is certainly some concern about this.

Last July, 54 House Republicans signed a letter to the president requesting that Biden take a cognitive test, which the president has yet to do. First lady Jill Biden has been hustling to "shield" her husband from journalists hounding him about the mishandling of classified documents in an effort to protect her failing husband from mounting pressure.

The unexpected Abrams decision came after German Chancellor Olaf Scholz refused to send Leopard tanks to Ukraine until Washington supplied its own tanks. Is it yet another example of this administration's blatant lack of strategy?

Regardless of the motivating factors, Biden appears to be on shaky ground, especially at a time when the conflict in Ukraine is likely to escalate into a larger war in Europe, potentially dragging the United States into it as well.

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[The American Digest]

Donald Trump denies Chinese balloons crossed into US airspace when he was President:

Former President Donald Trump has refuted claims that Chinese balloons flew over U.S. airspace during his presidency, with at least one Trump administration official agreeing.

Former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe stated that no Chinese balloons flew over America during his tenure in under Trump from 2020 to 2021.

Trump denies accounts of Chinese balloons entering US under his watch

— THATISABSURDITY.COM (@AuthorofAbsurd) February 6, 2023

The remarks

"I can refute it. It didn't happen," Ratcliffe said on Fox News's Sunday Morning Futures, before adding that "the damage is incalculable."

He continued, "Every time something goes wrong in the Biden administration, there's one of two responses. They either find a way to blame the Trump administration, or they try and find a way to say the Trump administration did it too."

"I can refute it. Former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper refuted it yesterday. Former Secretary of State and CIA Director Mike Pompeo has refuted it."

WATCH: Former DNI John Ratcliffe debunks the claim that Chinese spy balloons occupied airspace during the Trump administration.

— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) February 5, 2023

The background

"The Pentagon and other U.S. officials say it was a Chinese spy balloon — about the size of three school buses — that moved east over America at an altitude of about 60,000 feet (18,600 meters). The U.S. says it was being used for surveillance and intelligence collection, but officials have provided few details," the Associated Press reported.

"U.S. defense and military officials said Saturday that the balloon entered the U.S. air defense zone north of the Aleutian Islands on Jan. 28 and moved over land across Alaska and into Canadian airspace in the Northwest Territories on Jan. 30. The next day it crossed back into U.S. territory over northern Idaho. U.S. officials spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the sensitive topic," it added.

What in the world is that thing?

— The Associated Press (@AP) February 4, 2023

The U.S. military shot down the balloon, but not until it was over the Atlantic Ocean after passing through South Carolina.

The device had traveled across the entire continental U.S. by that time. Many have argued that the Biden administration displayed great weakness by not responding earlier.

Military personnel have since sought to track down the remains for evaluation. Much remains a mystery about the balloon, but it's clear that President Joe Biden was not too worried about it.

Trump is using the incident to argue that Biden's approach to China and national defense are weak, ramping up his own strong rhetoric as he campaigns to make America great.

Many Americans are concerned about what the future holds concerning China as the communist nation seems to advance its plans against the U.S. and the West. [American Digest]

Seymour Hersh blows the lid on Nord Stream explosion:

The New York Times called it a “mystery,” but the United States executed a covert sea operation that was kept secret—until now

That's got to be illegal, or an act of war or something. [Patrick Bestall]

Prediction of a Disenchanted WorldInside the Iron Cage”:

“No one knows who will live in this [iron] cage in the future….” – Max Weber, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism

I would prefer not to relay the following very strange story given to me by a fellow sociologist, but he had done me a number of favors, and since he asked me to do him a favor in return, I feel obligated. I don’t know what to make of the whole thing. Following this brief introduction, you will find the manuscript he handed me. I realize you are getting this third hand, but there’s nothing I can do about that. I don’t know his friend. When he asked me to print it for him, I told him I would prefer not to, but then guilt got the best of me, so here it is.

This is one of those stories hard to believe. When I first heard it, I thought it was a joke, some sort of parable, and my friend who was telling it to me had had too much to drink or was just pulling my leg. I’m not sure. Like so much in today’s world, the difference between fiction and fact has become very blurry.

Let me call him Sean, since these days holding a strong dissenting opinion can cost you your job. He is a professor who, like the character David in John Fowles’ story, “The Ebony Tower,” teaches art history. And like Fowles’ character he is a very frustrated academic. In Sean’s case, he has had to contend with the transformation of his college from a place of learning to a place where “Woke” ideology stifles dissent. Perhaps more importantly, he has suffered from extreme writer’s block. He had just been telling me how, after years of writing copiously in his private journals, he had grown nauseated by it because it seemed so self-involved, concerning self and family stuff he was sick of. He wanted to write articles and books, yet when he tried, he couldn’t. All his energy had been going into his futile daily journals, where he felt trapped by family matters. Until one recent day at the bar where we regularly meet, he heard this strange story. It jolted him.

Here is what he told me over beer at the tavern. I am paraphrasing, but because his tale was so startling, I know I have the essentials right.

He said: “It was late in the afternoon last Wednesday when I came in here for a beer. I was feeling very tired that day, though depressed would be more accurate. The teaching routine seemed absurd to me. I wasn’t writing. I felt at a dead end. I guess I was. Anyway, you know that guy Tom whom we’ve talked to here before? Well, he was here and we got talking. The place was empty. It turns out his last name is Finn – Tom Finn. His father was Russell Finn, the famous painter, you know, the one the mainstream media gush over. A realistic sentimentalist is the way I’ve heard him described, although I would say he was a sick fabulist trying to repaint history for Hallmark Cards. Anyway, so this Tom Finn had had a few beers, and as he got talking, the both of us had a few more. It became obvious that he was obsessed with his father. He didn’t say that exactly, but I could guess it from the snide remarks about him he’d laugh out of the side of his mouth. I asked him about a big traveling exhibit of his father’s paintings which I had recently read about in the newspapers; had he seen it? ‘No,’ he said, ‘I don’t go to that kind of crap. That’s his bag of marbles.’ Things like that.

“It turns out the son is also a painter, but he said nothing about his own work, just that he painted. He talked all about his father’s work, how his father stole ideas, wasn’t very good, etc. I told him I agreed that his father’s work was overhyped and mediocre, but that my experience studying art taught me that was true for every era. I was trying to be nice, something I tend to overdo. I got the impression he turned to painting by default, it being some kind of knee-jerk reaction to his father, some kind of Oedipal contest.

“It turns out his real obsession is toys, no shit, and he got very animated as he talked about them. He wanted me to come over to his house to see his vast toy collection. The invitation was so weird, and with the beer’s effects, I couldn’t refuse. It was nearly dinner time, so I called Sara and told her I’d be late. I was actually interested in what made him tick. I mean, why would a grown man – I’d say he is in his mid-forties – collect fucking toys? And weirder still, he said his specialty was tiny plastic figures of all sorts. Of these he had more than 25,000 – for some reason he emphasized that number – that he’d periodically put on display at local libraries. “So, I followed him over to his house which is on that street adjoining the university where a number of art history professors live. Oak Terrace, I think it is. I couldn’t help laughing when I saw all those abstract sculptures decorating their lawns. It was getting dark and they were spotlighted. What a juxtaposition – so perfect – so-called realism and cerebral abstraction side-by-side. And both utter bullshit. I was reminded of a description of Russell Finn’s paintings that I once read: “Cute wallpaper for readers of Reader’s Digest”.

“Actually, Finn’s house is quite cute itself. When we were going in, I had to restrain myself from saying to him, ‘Life’s cute, isn’t it?’ I don’t think he would have appreciated that, although it’s very possible that he wouldn’t have known what the hell I was getting at. He’s a toy collector after all and what’s cuter than that.

“I’ll tell you this. I wasn’t prepared for what he showed me. He took me down to his finished basement, which he called ‘the laboratory.’ When he switched on the lights the room was empty except for the walls. They were covered with shelves about six inches apart that ran from wall to wall and ceiling to floor. It gave the large room this incredibly bizarre look as though it were a prison cell. There were even spotlights that illuminated the shelves, upon which, right along the outer edges looking out, he had lined up his collection of little figures. As we stood in the middle of the room, it was as though thousands of little people were staring at us, the giants. I felt as though I was hallucinating. Finn just chuckled when I said, ‘Pretty fucking amazing!” Then he said, ‘I like the perspective, don’t you?’ I knew he didn’t expect an answer and I could only chuckle in response, even as I felt a chill on the back of my neck. It was so eerie that I had to contain a shudder. For a brief moment I had the feeling that the door we had entered was going to shut and be bolted and that something terrifying was about to unfold.

“But at that moment he gestured to me to follow him to another door, over which a sign read, ‘The Family Fun Room.’ ‘This is my favorite,’ he said with a smile.

“In the middle of this pink painted room there was a cage that extended from floor to ceiling, and in the cage, sitting on stools, were two life-sized and very realistic figures of a man and a woman. They were both dressed in those black and white stripped prison uniforms you’ve seen in old movies. The woman was facing away from the man. I couldn’t tell who the woman was, but I immediately recognized the man. It was Finn’s father, down to the most realistic detail. He was holding a small toy figurine and was looking into its face. The door to the cell was padlocked shut. ‘That’s to make sure they can’t escape,’ Finn said with a straight face. ‘Now that I got them where I want them, I can’t take any chances. They’re dangerous and can cause me a lot of grief.’

“He then closed the door, and we went upstairs. Neither of us said a word. He offered me a beer, but I declined. I felt spooked, some dreadful feeling in my gut. I told him I had to be leaving, which I did. On the way out I noticed a framed photograph in the foyer. It was a picture of Finn at about the age of nine or ten with his parents and sister. They are sitting together on a couch, the two kids caught between the parents. No one is smiling. Behind them on the wall is the father’s famous painting of a family of four sitting on a couch. In that one, everyone is smiling and the father in the painting is Finn’s father. As you probably know, that was one of his father’s favorite techniques – to put himself in his paintings. Such a cute double-message: I did it, of course, but how could I have done it when I’m in it. You’re left wondering: who really did it? Who executed the painting of these happy people. But since it’s all supposed to be so amusing, you’re left to chuckle, to think, how cute, how tricky. You’re supposed to smile. But no one was smiling in the picture on the wall. It seemed like a house of smoke and mirrors, and I was damn glad to leave.

“As I drove home, I sure as hell wasn’t smiling. There was something terribly disturbing about it all. I felt nauseated, disgusted, really disturbed. Maybe it seems obvious, but I felt there was a connection between this weird experience and myself. A, double connection, actually. I won’t go into all the details now, and you know about my writer’s block, but this bizarre experience has left me with a new sense of freedom, some kind of opening to a new way to write that at the time I couldn’t put my finger on. I’ve come to think of it as writing beyond a cage of categories.

“I thought about all the stuff we talk about, the political propaganda about everything, the loss of a sense of reality, the illusions and delusions with the digital technology, the warmongering by the U.S against Russian, the covid bullshit, all of it, all the stuff we share over beers. Especially the disconnect between the private and the public and the two-faced nature of a way of living that is so fucking phony. I realized why I had been hiding in my notebooks, how they had become my cage.

“To top it all off, when I got home and told Sara about my experiences with Tom Finn, the cage and all, she didn’t believe me. She accused me of having drunk too much, which I had to admit I did. She said I was scaring her with such a ridiculous tale and that I was sounding like a deluded conspiracy nut.

“Anyway, I’ve told no one else about Finn. I’m afraid they wouldn’t believe me either. You’re a sociologist and know all about Max Weber’s prediction of a coming disenchanted world with its iron cage. Shit, I feel like I had a small glimpse of it. Do you think anyone would believe me if I told this story?

“Do you?”


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This article was originally published on the author’s blog site, Behind the Curtain.

Edward Curtin is a prominent author, researcher and sociologist based in Western Massachusetts. He is a Research Associate of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG). [Global research News Letter]

Trudeau's "Ouch" handshake with Alberta Premier Smith:

OTTAWA (LifeSiteNews) – Alberta Premier Danielle Smith gave Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a frosty reception in their first public face-to-face meeting yesterday, telling him bluntly that oil and gas are here to stay and that her province will not allow attacks on its energy industry to continue through his “just transition” green energy agenda.

“I did write a letter to the Prime Minister a couple of weeks ago expressing concern about some of the major initiatives that have been announced without much consultation with Alberta that stand to have a huge impact on our province of a ‘just transition,’” Smith said yesterday while meeting with Trudeau.

“It (the ‘just transition’ law) gives the impression that the energy sector is going to be phased, it’s not going to be phased out.”

Trudeau nodded his head the entire time while Smith was talking but did say before she spoke that he was looking to “support” Alberta energy workers, adding that the “world needs” Alberta energy.

Smith told Trudeau that any talk of an “early phaseout of natural gas” is not going to result “in a viable option for our province.”

She said to Trudeau that she was hoping to find some “common ground” on issues related to the province’s oil and gas sector.

Perhaps more tellingly that Smith was not pleased with how the Trudeau federal government has treated Alberta’s oil and gas sector was the handshake between the two that preceded their meeting.

Smith was clearly not interested in giving Trudeau attention, as could be deduced from their handshake.

A video of the awkward handshake has gone viral on social media. It shows Trudeau go to shake Smith’s hand, but then she can be seen backing her hand down and away before he forced his thumb on her hand.

Commentators were quick to come to Smith’s defense for the handshake after some left-leaning Twitter users complained she was not giving Trudeau respect.

“If Alberta Premier Danielle Smith had completely left Trudeau hanging during ‘the handshake,’ it would have been truly epic. However, I give her ‘I don’t want to do this, and where’s the hand sanitizer’ look a solid B+, since she still conveyed a message,” tweeted Alberta political commentator Paul Mitchell.

Dr. Jordan Peterson was quick to defend Smith’s handshake.

“Give ’em hell, Danielle @ABDanielleSmith,” Peterson tweeted.

Smith, along with all the other premiers of Canada, met with Trudeau to talk about healthcare funding for the provinces from the federal government.

Canada’s premiers collectively asked the federal government to live up to its end of the bargain in healthcare funding after the total amount dropped from 35% to 22% in recent years.

The meeting resulted in Trudeau offering a lower amount than the premiers had asked for in healthcare funding.

Alberta demands Trudeau’s ‘just transition’ plan do away with calls for ending oil and gas

A mid-January article from Blacklock’s Reporter reveals how Trudeau Liberals’ “Just Transition” plan could impact and threaten the jobs of some 2.7 million Canadians.  

The “just transition” green energy plan was announced in Januaryby Canadian Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson, who informed citizens the federal government will be moving ahead with what it calls “just transition” legislation.  

The so-called “just transition” legislation will be designed to coerce workers in the oil and gas sector to transition into “green” jobs.  

Yesterday afternoon, Smith met privately with Trudeau for an additional 30 minutes after their initial public meeting.

The Alberta government noted in a statement that at that meeting Smith outlined her province’s “expectations as to what must and must not be included in any future federal legislation.”

One expectation was that any terminology suggesting a phaseout of the province’s oil and gas industry be scrapped.

The government noted that Trudeau appeared to express a “willingness to explore” Alberta’s own oil and gas” strategy with the Premier through their respective ministers and the Premier will be following up with further correspondence regarding proposed next steps in the near future.”

Last month, Smith said Trudeau’s “just transition” green energy agenda is really a scheme to “radically” restructure “societies” to redistribute wealth.  

She has promised to use “every tool at her disposal to stop Justin Trudeau’s” attacks on Alberta’s oil and gas industry.  

Alberta is not just home to the largest oil and gas reserves in Canada but also ranks fourth in the world for such reserves, behind only Venezuela, Saudi Arabia and Iran, making the sector integral to the province’s economy and way of life.   

At this year’s World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland, which Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland attended, the Canadian government announced it will join the global “First Movers” climate coalition, a WEF-linked initiative started by U.S. President Joe Biden. 

Since becoming prime minister in 2015, Trudeau has pushed a radical “climate change” agenda that has increased costs for many products, primarily due to his imposition of a punitive and ever-increasing “carbon tax” on gas and diesel.   

The raising of fuel-related taxes has come in conjunction with the Trudeau government’s decision to join a variety of global initiatives, including the United Nations’2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development,which involves phasing out or reducing the use of coal-fired power plants, nitrogen-rich fertilizers and natural gas. 

None of this has been done without criticism, however, as even a former Liberal Party MP has blasted Trudeau’s efforts as “beyond farcical” and “irresponsible.”   [Life Site News]

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Even the apocalypse should still be fun


17 minutes with great people at the United Health Conference

"Even the Apocalypse Should Still Be Fun"

On February 4th and 5th, 2023, there was a great gathering of smart and loving people at the Sheraton Center in Toronto. We were there for the United Health Conference: a fundraiser for Justice For The Vaccinated.

We had some laughs and prayers. We stood on the truth; and strategized towards justice and dignified survival. I hope you receive some clarity, solace, and enjoyment with this clip.

[Dr Mark Trozzi]

Rumors: Rumors: Rumors: Rumors: Rumors: Rumors: Rumors:

This is just ‘Informational’ and YOU

must make up YOUR OWN MIND!

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