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Tuesday 12-6-22

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12-6-22 Tuesday

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God’s WORD for TODAY!

But when thou doest alms, let not thy left hand know what thy right hand doeth:

Matthew 6:3 KJV

…praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints;

Ephesians 6:18 KJV

Be strong and of a good courage, fear not, nor be afraid of them: for the LORD thy God, he it is that doth go with thee; he will not fail thee, nor forsake thee.

Deuteronomy 31:6 KJV

Thought for today:

Life ends when you stop Dreaming, Hope ends when you stop Believing and Love ends when you stop Caring,

So, Dream, Hope and LoveIt makes life Beautiful!!!

No Right to Vote:

Musk Says Twitter Suppressed Free Speech Under Orders From Government

Elon Musk suggested that Twitter was acting under government orders to suppress free speech, with his remarks coming hot on the heels of the release of a trove of documents that lift the lid on some of the social media platform’s censorship machinations around the 2020 presidential election.

Twitter acting by itself to suppress free speech is not a 1st amendment violation, but acting under orders from the government to suppress free speech, with no judicial review, is,” Musk said in a tweet late Friday.

Musk’s remarks came in the context of Friday’s unveiling of a series of internal Twitter communications that give insight into steps taken by staff at the social media platform around suppressing the New York Post’s explosive Hunter Biden laptop story.

[Armstrong Economics Media]

Musk Says Twitter Suppressed Free Speech Under Orders from Government ‘Free Speech Suppression’

Elon Musk suggested that Twitter was acting under government orders to suppress free speech, with his remarks coming hot on the heels of the release of a trove of documents that lift the lid on some of the social media platform’s censorship machinations around the 2020 presidential election.

“Twitter acting by itself to suppress free speech is not a 1st amendment violation, but acting under orders from the government to suppress free speech, with no judicial review, is,” Musk said in a tweet late Friday.

Musk’s remarks came in the context of Friday’s unveiling of a series of internal Twitter communications that give insight into steps taken by staff at the social media platform around suppressing the New York Post’s explosive Hunter Biden laptop story.

[Elon Musk]

Ron DeSantis:

Go Get 'em!

"I am going to be working with @FLSurgeonGen to hold these vaccine manufacturers accountable. They made claims about the mRNA vaccine that wasn't true, and people were injured as a result." - @GovRonDeSantis


Morning Update:

MPs call for grocery CEOs to face questioning over rising food prices:

A parliamentary committee wants the CEOs of major grocery companies to appear for questioning on record-level food price inflation after representatives for Loblaw and Sobeys said there’s little they can do to prevent passing on costs to consumers.

Last month, the committee had sent invitations to the grocery retailers, asking for representatives to attend the Ottawa meeting on Monday. Loblaw sent a senior vice-president of retail finance, while Empire Company Limited, which owns Sobeys, sent the company’s chief operating officer.

The MPs questioned why the CEOs themselves did not attend. The committee decided to again send its invitations to Loblaw, Sobeys and Metro, but this time specifically requesting the attendance of Galen Weston of Loblaw, Michael Medline of Sobeys and Metro’s Eric La Flèche.

Read more:

· Grocery costs to rise by up to 7% in 2023 as pandemic, Russia’s war fuel increase, report says [The Globe & Mail Media]

Additional Globe & Mail Media – News:

Trudeau says Canada will work harder to stop exports that help Russia wage war: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Ottawa is working to stop exports that help Moscow wage war after an investigation found Canadian-made parts in drones being used by Russia to attack Ukraine.

· Ukraine celebrates third drone attack on Russian airfields

[The propaganda continues]

Ukraine celebrates third drone attack on Russian airfields:

A third Russian airfield was ablaze on Tuesday from a drone strike, a day after Ukraine demonstrated an apparent new ability to penetrate hundreds of kilometers deep into Russian air space with attacks on two Russian air bases.

Officials in the Russian city of Kursk, located close to Ukraine, released pictures of black smoke above an airfield in the early morning hours of Tuesday after the latest strike. The governor said an oil storage tank there had been set ablaze but there were no casualties.

It came a day after Russia confirmed it had been hit by what it said were Soviet-era drones at Engels air base, home to Russia’s fleet of giant strategic bombers, and in Ryazan, just a few hours drive from Moscow. Kyiv did not directly claim responsibility for the strikes but celebrated them.

“If Russia assesses the incidents were deliberate attacks, it will probably consider them as some of the most strategically significant failures of force protection since its invasion of Ukraine,” Britain’s ministry of defense said on Tuesday.

“The Russian chain of command will probably seek to identify and impose severe sanctions on Russian officers deemed responsible for allowing the incident.”

Russia’s defense ministry said three service members were killed in the attack at Ryazan. Although the attacks struck military targets it characterized them as terrorism and said the aim was to disable its long-range aircraft.

The New York Times, citing a senior Ukrainian official, said the drones involved in Monday’s attacks were launched from Ukrainian territory, and at least one of the strikes was made with the help of special forces close to the base.

Ukraine never acknowledges responsibility for attacks inside Russia. Asked about the strikes, Ukrainian Defence Minister Oleskiy Reznikov repeated a longstanding joke that explosions at Russian bases were caused by careless cigarette smokers.

“Very often Russians smoke in places where it’s forbidden to smoke,” he said.

Ukrainian presidential adviser Oleksiy Arestovych went further, noting that Engels was the only base Russia has that is fully equipped for the giant bombers which Russia has used in attacks on Ukraine.

“They will try to disperse (strategic aircraft) to airfields, but all this complicates the operation against Ukraine. Yesterday, thanks to their unsuccessful smoking, we achieved a very big result,” he said.

Russian commentators said on social media that if Ukraine could strike that far inside Russia, it might also be able to hit Moscow.

“The ability of the armed forces of Ukraine to reach military targets deep in the territory of the Russian Federation has a very symbolic and important meaning,” Ukrainian military analyst Serhiy Zgurets wrote on the Espreso TV website.

[The Globe & Mail Media]

Awake Canada VS Facebook! Game on!

Facebook is a terrorist organization under the definition of terrorism in Section 83.1 of the criminal code of Canada.

Thanks to our members, we have successfully registered Awake Canada as a nonprofit corporation.

Our legal name is Awake Canada Civil Rights Association.

Incorporation Number: S0077434 Business Number: 74909 0544 BC0001

We did this so we can move forward as a legal entity in actions against companies or individuals breaking the law.

Our first order of business is Facebook. We are going to serve an injunction against Facebook. Our injunction from our lawyers is going to put an immediate cease and desist on all censorship of members of our Facebook group.

Failure to comply with this is going to result in a class action lawsuit.


If you have been censored in the past few years on Facebook this involves you. If you still have a Facebook account that gets banned, blocked, shadowbanned this involves you.


As a member of our Facebook group and a member of our website, you are included in this injunction.

To get this injunction filed, we need your help in 2 ways.

1. Share the below link.

2. Help us file the injunction.

As a registered nonprofit corporation, we have many further actions to fight to save our Canada, but we will move at one at a time and stay laser focused, and accountable for each action.

So just like I requested help to set as up as corporation, we need your help for the injunction.

1. Share the below link.

2. Help us file the injunction.

I will inform you by email when Facebook has been served, and we will all await to see what our next course of action will be after that.

Bill C-11 has still not passed senate. Even if it does, it does not retro date the laws, meaning Facebook is still accountable for the past few years of censoring board-certified doctors.

If you think getting off the platform is a good idea, I will tell you my personal opinion is this is not enough. If we move from one platform to another, we are in fact allowing them to close the grip on us further. Every single platform that has used unlawful censorship against our bill of rights, must be challenged.

If you think our court systems are too corrupt, you may be right.

But with all the information that is coming out, there might be someone or entity that they will throw under the bus.

Twitter is releasing Twitter files that show that Twitter interfered with election interference in the 2020 United States federal election. This is illegal.

Twitter under Elon's control is opening up free speech again.

Regardless of what any of us think of Elon Musk, he is taking action to restore free speech, and it is time for the people to help!

Twitter has also removed their covid misinformation policy, meaning no posts about covid are censored.

Follow me on Twitter, I have not been banned on there once.

Stay on Facebook too though.

Facebook could be very ripe for the blame. The politicians might see it as a chance to place blame and this could work.

Even if it doesn't, if we can make this campaign go viral, it will show the world how to stand up against Facebook, and the lawsuits will start flying in.

I have said from the beginning my goal with Awake Canada was to wake up Canadians to the fraud that was occurring and to build a big enough group to take action against it.

We are there.

Will you help? [David Cheyne]

Trudeau Gov. does not Pay enough to Media?

In addition to taxpayer dollars, Corus asked for an explanation as to why only print media outlets got taxpayer-funded wage subsidies.

OTTAWA (LifeSiteNews) One of Canada’s largest media companies, Corus Entertainment, whose many subsidiaries were active in pushing COVID measures and the anti-Freedom Convoy narrative, is actively lobbying the federal government for large sums of taxpayer money.

According to Blacklock’s Reporter, earlier in the week Canada’s House of Commons finance committee released details of a petition from Corus Entertainment wherein the media giant has asked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s federal government to subsidize their payroll by 25 percent.

Corus – of which mainstream media outlet Global News is a part – stated in the petition that “Unlike other Canadian news and broadcast content, Canadian broadcast news is not entitled to ongoing, direct financial support from the federal government.”

“Corus urges the federal government to redress this inequity.”

In addition to taxpayer dollars, Corus asked for an explanation as to why only print media outlets got taxpayer-funded wage subsidies.

“While public support for Canadian print journalists is laudable it remains unclear why Canadian broadcast journalists should be entitled to any less support,” wrote Corus managers.

“Respectfully we are unaware of any evidence-based rationale for this policy inequity.” [life Site News]

FBI worse than Mafi:

The FBI has disturbingly broad authority to commit crimes and violence - LifeSite

This article is too long for me to read it all. I skimmed it and copied this part for you to read here, which explains how the FBI justifies their freedom to do whatever they want:

Methods and technologies of secret government entities should be publicized, approved or disapproved by citizens in a democracy

From what is written about those methods, it appears as though they were intentionally developed to be much like bullying or workplace “mobbing” but with more people and for indefinite amounts of time and therefore to be used as a covert method of torture. It brings up the question again: in a Democracy such as the United States, why doesn’t Congress require, or why don’t “law enforcement,” intelligence, or similar local police entities themselves require, their methods and technologies and the true identities of all employees and cooperators to be publicized and approved of by the inhabitants of the United States of America? The answer cannot be “because publicizing the methods and technologies will allow criminals to commit crimes!”

For example, Americans knowing that the FBI, intelligence community, or even local police use technologies that can “see into” buildings or houses and surveil every human action at every moment of their life is not going to make it easier on criminals. (Such technology is likely available.) Knowledge of U.S. government biosurveillancetechnologies which might be able to remotely monitor and forcibly torture the human brain is also unlikely to help criminals.

Instead, one reason why U.S. federal and local government secret police entities require their methods and technologies to be kept secret might be because it allows those secret police entities to get away with crimes, or, as they refer to them, “otherwise illegal activity.” And it is likely that Americans (again, unless they get paid or are employed by the secret policing entities like the FBI) might try to at least make it illegal to use the technologies and methods that are currently in use.

Let me just add that modern technology can also be used to blackmail people by impersonating them. In past emails I sent you some examples of how your voice and face can be superimposed on another person's body in a way that is undetectable. It's the ultimate way to frame someone - even if they just post videos of you doing perverted things. Then pay a false witness or two. Maybe hire someone to kill you after that. [Life Site News Media]

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Here is what is circulating on the Inter-Net:

There is MUCH coming soon!

A different Perspective:

This is out there – floating in the Network… You need to make up your own mind!

The D-Brief:

  • · More strikes inside Russia;

  • · Pentagon altered HIMARS sent to Ukraine;

  • · US voter support for Ukraine flags;

  • · US, SDF BFFs again;

  • · And a bit more

Two more apparent strikes inside Russia are raising questions about Moscow's air defense systems after an airport and an industrial plant were hit by suspected Ukrainian drones Tuesday, about 24 hours after two Russian air bases that host nuclear bomber planes were attacked by exploding Cold War-era drones on Monday.

For the record, no one has taken responsibility for the suspected Ukrainian strikes inside Russia. But a senior official told the NewYork Times on Monday "at least one of the strikes was made with the help of special forces close to the base who helped guide the drones to the target." It's too soon to know much yet about the Tuesday incidents, which involved "an airfield in Kursk, which ignited oil, and the Slava plant in Bryansk," according to Russia-watcher Rob Lee, who shared purported video of the latest developments on Twitter.

Notable: The U.S. military allegedly customized its long-range artillery systems so Ukraine can't use them to attack Russia, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday, citing anonymous U.S. officials. That's for all 20 of the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System launchers, or HIMARS, that the Pentagon has shared with Ukraine this year. The systems have been especially useful preparing for Ukrainian counteroffensives in the east and the south this fall, destroying depots and supply points with much greater accuracy than Ukraine's available artillery.

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Welcome to this Tuesday edition of The D Brief, brought to you by Ben Watson with Jennifer Hlad. If you're not already subscribed to The D Brief, you can do that here. On this day in 1917, the U.S. Navy destroyer USS Jacob Jones (DD-61) was sunk by a German U-boat while traveling from France to Ireland. A team of British divers found the vessel about 400 feet below the ocean's surface this past summer. The New York Times wrote about the find in August, here.

Ukraine's military says it shot down 61 Russian cruise missiles on Monday. That's out of 70 alleged Kh-101, Kh-555, Kh-22, Kh-59, Kh-31P, and Caliber missiles targeting "critical and civilian infrastructure" as well as "residential buildings in Vinnytsia, Kyiv, Mykolaiv, Odesa, and other oblasts," including Zaporizhzhia and Kharkiv. Four Ukrainians died from the missiles that were not shot down, President Volodymir Zelenskyy said in his evening address Monday. Several missiles still hit their targets, and about half of residents around Kyiv are without electricity. More widely, the BBC reports, "The country is now seeing snow and sub-zero temperatures in many regions, and millions are without electricity and running water. There are fears that a number of people may die of hypothermia." Moldovan police reportedly found new missile fragments in the north of the country, close to its border with Ukraine, on Monday. "This once again proves that Russian missile terror poses a huge threat not only to the security of Ukraine, but also to the security of neighbouring countries," a spokesman for Ukraine's Foreign Ministry said in a statement afterward. A similar incident occurred in late October; fortunately no one was injured in either instance. Moldova is struggling to meet its energy needs after outages from Russian missile attacks inside Ukraine—especially since Moldova ordinarily imports an estimated 20% of its energy from Ukraine while deriving about 70% from the Russian-controlled region of Transnistria. Romania just started piping natural gas to Moldova to help ease the pain during the coming winter, Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty reported over the weekend: "The 43-kilometer pipeline, unveiled in 2014 to reduce dependence on supplies from Russia, has not been used until now." Ukraine's president noted the energy crunch in neighboring Moldova, reminding his audience Monday evening that "This once again proves that Russia's ability to carry out such massive terrorist attacks is a threat not only to Ukraine, but also to our entire region." New: Zelenskyy traveled to the war-torn region of Donetsk on Tuesday to visit troops and mark the official formation of Kyiv's armed forces going back to 1991. Zelenskyy hoped to juice morale among troops, and brought a message of hope to the occupied oblast, which Russian forces have inhabited for nearly a decade since their covert invasion in Feb. 2014. "I want to thank you for this resilience and strength. You are an outpost of our independence," he told service members Tuesday in Donetsk, and added optimistically, "I believe that we will meet in our Ukrainian Donetsk, Luhansk, and I am sure that we will also meet in Crimea." Developing: Changing winds in the U.S.? After nearly a month of American officials publicly encouraging Ukrainian peace talks, including perhaps most prominently Joint Chiefs Chairman Army Gen. Mark Milley, recent survey results seem to reflect some fatigue among U.S. voters when it comes to support for Ukraine. That's according to the Chicago Council, whose topline finding Monday declared, "Americans are now closely divided on whether Washington should support Ukraine 'as long as it takes' (48%, down from 58% in July 2022) or whether Washington should urge Ukraine to settle for peace as soon as possible (47%, up from 38% in July)." Researchers presented their findings this week after polling just over a thousand people during a three-day period beginning 18 November. The partisan breakdown: "six in 10 Democrats (61%) continue to favor supporting Ukraine even at cost to the United States, [which is] down from seven in 10 last July (69%)," according to the new report. But Republican sentiment appears to have changed most dramatically, with just 33% now backing U.S. support for Ukraine "for as long as it takes," compared to 50% in July. Now, "a majority of Republicans favor pushing Ukraine to settle for peace to reduce costs to American households," with 63% of GOP voters pushing for that settlement, which is an almost 20-percentage point rise from July when 46% of Republicans said they felt that way. Worth noting: Voter support for U.S. economic and military aid to Ukraine "is still solid," the survey's authors write. And as before, no majorities are interested in sending U.S. troops inside Ukraine to defend against the Russian military. Read over the full report, which has a margin of error at +/- 3.1 percentage points, here. The careful view from Finland: "We would be in trouble without the United States," said Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin Friday at a think tank in Sydney, Australia. "I must be brutally honest with you, Europe isn't strong enough right now," she said. While the U.S. has given a lot to Ukraine already, "We have to make sure that we are building those capabilities when it comes to European defense, European defense industry," Marin said Friday in an echo of a similar message of self-reliance in the face of Chinese semiconductor industrial dominance shared in mid-November. Related reading:

· "Ukraine transparency push shouldn't derail funding, HASC chair says," Defense News reported Saturday;

· "Putin Grips Economy Tighter to Supply Russian War Machine," the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday;

· And see also the Pentagon's readout of Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's call with his Ukrainian counterpart, Oleksii Reznikov, on Monday, wherein air defense needs dominated Austin's concerns.

Israeli system headed to the states? Lockheed Martin and Israeli weapons maker Rafael have signed an agreement for the U.S. company to work on developing "a high-powered laser interception system" called Iron Beam, the Times of Israel reported Monday. Iron Beam works with other systems, like Iron Dome; Lockheed will make a version for the U.S. market.

And lastly: It's game on again for the (ongoing) war on ISIS in Syria, as the U.S.-backed Kurds announced a resumption of joint operations, which had been suspended briefly last week. Reuters reported the halt Friday, and the resumption Monday. Read the latest from the wire service, here.

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