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Tuesday 2-7-23

Tuesday 2/7-23

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

For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.

2 Timothy 1:7 KJV

Vitamin D Is More Effective Than the COVID-19 Jab:

By Colin Todhunter and Dr. John Campbell, February 06, 2023

Instead of recommending vitamin D, it was dismissed. Because if proven alternative treatments had been available, the money-spinning jabs could not have been rolled out under emergency use authorization. The public was locked down, told to wait for the jab and protect the NHS – for which the UK govt now shows utter contempt.

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Canada's 1998 balloon chase:

Ever see the movie The Mouse That Roared?

The time a wayward Canadian balloon caused an international stir — and thwarted 3 air forces.

The Sask. weather balloon survived more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition back in 1998. [Patrick Bestall]

Critical Care Nurse Kimberly Overton recently launched Remnant Nursing after watching nurses and doctors adhere to protocols that are killing Covid patients. Kimberly urges nurses around the country who want to uphold the Hippocratic oath and provide life-saving treatment to patients to join Remnant Nursing, in an exclusive interview with investigative journalist Alicia Powe.

See all of Alicia Powe's content:

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Alex Stein’s Favorite Congresswoman (AOC) Funneled Cash to Chinese Foreign Agent – Jack Posobiec [VIDEO]

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Real news and great shows:

UN Chief Warns of ‘Wider War’; Ted Cruz Slams ‘Evil’ Grammys Act; Only 37% of Dems Want Biden in ’24:

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UN chief Antonio Guterres warned nations Monday that he fears the likelihood of further escalation in the Russia-Ukraine conflict means the world is heading toward a "wider war."

The secretary-general laid out his priorities for the year in a gloomy speech to the United Nations General Assembly that focused on Russia's invasion, the climate crisis and extreme poverty.

"We have started 2023 staring down the barrel of a confluence of challenges unlike any in our lifetimes," he told diplomats in New York. Guterres noted that top scientists and security experts had moved the "Doomsday Clock" to just 90 seconds to midnight last month, the closest it has ever been to signaling the annihilation of humanity.

The secretary-general said he was taking it as a warning sign.

"We need to wake up — and get to work," he implored, as he read out a list of urgent issues for 2023.

Top of the list was Russia's war in Ukraine, which is approaching its first anniversary.

"The prospects for peace keep diminishing. The chances of further escalation and bloodshed keep growing," he said.

"I fear the world is not sleepwalking into a wider war. I fear it is doing so with its eyes wide open."

Guterres referenced other threats to peace, from the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to Afghanistan, Myanmar, the Sahel, and Haiti.

"If every country fulfilled its obligations under the (UN) Charter, the right to peace would be guaranteed," he said.

He added it is "time to transform our approach to peace by recommitting to the Charter -- putting human rights and dignity first, with prevention at the heart."

More broadly, Guterres denounced a lack of "strategic vision" and a "bias" of political and business decision-makers towards the short term. "The next poll. The next tactical political maneuver to cling to power. But also the next business cycle -- or even the next day's stock price.

"This near-term thinking is not only deeply irresponsible -- it is immoral," he added.

Stressing the need to act with future generations in mind, the secretary-general repeated his call for a "radical transformation" of global finance.

"Something is fundamentally wrong with our economic and financial system," Guterres said, blaming it for the increase in poverty and hunger, the growing gap between rich and poor, and the debt burden of developing countries.

"Without fundamental reforms, the richest countries and individuals will continue to pile up wealth, leaving crumbs for the communities and countries of the Global South," he added.

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Star surfer slams new rule allowing men to compete against women:

One of the most well-known female surfers in the world has publicly slammed a recent decision by the World Surf League to allow men to compete as women.

Bethany Hamilton has been participating in international surfing competitions since at least 1998. In 2003, when she was just 13 years old, she lost her left arm after a tiger shark attacked her while she was practicing. Despite the significant setback, Hamilton quickly returned to the surfboard and the competitive circuit. She wrote about her experience and her deep, abiding Christian faith in an autobiography that inspired the 2011 film "Soul Surfer," starring Helen Hunt, Dennis Quaid, and Carrie Underwood.

Over the weekend, Hamilton, now 32 and a wife and mom of three, released a video message on Instagram criticizing the WSL's decision to allow so-called "transwomen" to compete against female surfers so long as their testosterone levels remain at or below 5 nmol/L for at least one year. WSL claimed that the rule change, which passed unanimously, now accords with"Olympic guidelines."

But Hamilton challenged the premise of such guidelines, proffering a series of questions that she believes have not been addressed by those advocating for men in women's sports. "Is a hormone level an honest and accurate depiction that someone indeed is a male or female?" Hamilton wondered. "Is it as simple as this?"

Hamilton also asked, "How is this rule playing out in other sports, like swimming, running, and MMA?"

Finally, she addressed the larger issue at play: Who exactly is "pushing for" these changes and who benefits from them? According to Hamilton, it's not "the girls currently on tour," most of whom do not "support ... this new rule" but who do "fear being ostracized if they speak up."

Hamilton insisted in the video that she has "love for all of mankind, regardless of any differences" and that she thinks the best solution would be to offer "a different division" for so-called "transgender" competitors, "so that all can have a fair opportunity to showcase their passion and talent." If WSL does not create a separate division, Hamilton fears that women's sports may be doomed within "15-20 years."

Because of her concerns, Hamilton affirms in the close of the video: "I personally won't be competing in or supporting the World Surf League if this rule remains." [The BLAZE Media]

9 Banks to test Feds Digital Money pilot program. Controversy erupts over Govt. control of Bank Accounts:

Congress To Revoke the Dollar from Circulation And Replace It With A Government Controlled Digital Coin? Feds Testing Digital Money With 9 Banks

Wired Magazine Says It's: "A Tool for Government Surveillance of Citizensand Control Over Their Financial Transactions."

The world's biggest economies, including the United States, are rapidly ramping up to digitize their currency and end "paper cash."

On the agenda: Eliminate or reduce untraceable, untaxable cash and crypto transactions, and clear the way to establish a national government-controlled digital currency.

Did you know that on March 9th, Biden signed into law something known as Executive Order 14067?

We find some DEEPLY disturbing language hidden in section 4 of this order.

In just a few paragraphs, our current president has set the stage for…

  • · Legal surveillance of all US citizens

  • · Complete control of all bank accounts and purchases

  • · The ability to crush free speech and silence opposing voices.

Yet we discover that this digital currency mentioned here has been in development for TEN years.

The legislation is already on the docket in the Senate. It's the new pro-digital dollar draft, Senate Bill 3571 - Banking for All Act.

You can protect yourself with this Complimentary Protection Guide.

But what they’re doing with this bill is much, much worse.

They’re Going After Your Money.

The goal of this bill is simple.

What Democrats want is nothing more than to make the US dollar obsolete.

They want to do away with paper cash.

THE NEXT STEP; "EVERYBODY" ...Stand in Line and Get Your "FedAccount."

Here are some comments from the news media about Joe's executive order and digital currency: [Unmuzzled News]

Joe Biden’s Attorney General Merrick Garland has a Catholic Student problem:

The Left have become culturally dominant in recent years. That’s why “wokeness” has become so toxic and widespread.

But Joe Biden’s Attorney General now has a Catholic student problem.

The “tolerant” Left struck again as Catholic high school students were asked to leave the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C.

The students’ transgression was wearing pro-life beanies, as they were in town for the annual March for Life.

Students and chaperones from Our Lady of the Rosary School in Greenville, South Carolina were supposedly harassed with expletives from employees at the museum for wearing blue pro-life beanies.

Don’t count on Merrick Garland to launch an investigation:

The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) is representing the parents of some of the students involved on free speech grounds.

One parent on Twitter said that the students were approached by a security guard and told to remove the beanies or leave the museum.

The students said that they were all wearing the beanies so they could easily identify each other and not get lost.

ACLJ Executive Director Jordan Sekulow called the actions of the museum “outrageous” and “abhorrent.”

Sekulow claimed that others in the museum were wearing all sorts of clothes with political messages.

Sekulow added, “This is a clear and egregious abuse of the First Amendment, which protects their right to free speech without government interference, and we are ready to take action…A government institution cannot censor an individual’s speech, much less speech from the inherently Christian pro-life position.”

The Smithsonian receives $1 billion in government funding each year.

It also appears as though the museum knows it made a mistake.

Alison Wood, Deputy Director of Communications for the museum, wrote in a statement, “Asking visitors to remove hats and clothing is not in keeping with our policy or protocols. We provided immediate training to prevent a re-occurrence of this kind of incident, and have determined steps to ensure this does not happen again.”

It’s quite disturbing that the culture has become so left-wing that wearing a pro-life beanie in a government building is grounds for being harassed and escorted out of the building. [Unmuzzled News]

The COVID Brief:

Hospitalizations on a steady decline nationwide:

Your resource for the latest COVID-19 developments in Canada and around the world. Check your email for trusted reporting, fact-checking and updates on the science and socioeconomic impact of the pandemic.

By the numbers (as of 2 p.m. EST Monday, February 6, 2022)

The Outbreak Canada: 4,560,962 cases 50,629 deathsWorld: 671,772,019 cases 6,845,105 deaths

Current Hospitalizations Canada: 3,656 hospitalizations, 191 ICU admissions

Vaccinations Canada: 97,289,110 doses given Total population: 83.1% at least one dose 80.7% at least two doses

5+ population: 86.8% at least one dose 84.5% at least two doses World: 13,260,000,000 doses given 69.4% at least one dose 63.8% at least two doses Here’s what’s been happening in Canada COVID-19 vaccine manufacturer based in Quebec to close down. After operating for more than two decades, Medicago Inc. will be shutting down. Parent company Mitsubishi Chemical Group announced the decision on Feb. 2. The Quebec-based drug manufacturer produced a plant-based COVID-19 vaccine named Covifenz, which was approved by Health Canada in 2022. Click here for more details on why the company is closing. For additional stories on Medicago Inc., click below: Canada not paying for tobacco company stake in vaccine-maker Medicago: ministerNovavax and Medicago: How are their COVID-19 vaccines different from all the others? COVID-19 tests still mandatory for Chinese travellers Passengers flying to Canada from China, Hong Kong and Macao are still required to take a COVID-19 test before boarding their flight. Initially implemented in January, the federal government announced its renewal of these air travel restrictions on Feb. 2. The negative test requirement will remain in effect until April 5. Click here to read more about why the government is extending these measures. For more coverage of Canada’s COVID-19 travel rules and testing, click below: Canadian scientists watching for new COVID variants in airplane wastewater Rule requiring negative COVID test for passengers arriving from China takes effect.

Snapshot across Canada Provinces across the country continue to report decreases in COVID-19-related hospitalizations on a weekly basis. According to data released on Feb. 1, there were 702 patients in hospital with COVID-19 in Alberta, including intensive care unit admissions. This is the lowest number of COVID-19-related hospitalizations reported in the province since July 2022. After several weeks of declines, public health officials in Ontario logged 1,177 patients in hospital with COVID-19 as of Feb. 2. The province’s pediatric hospitals continue to struggle with surgical backlogs following a surge in viral respiratory illnesses. This comes amid the release of a new science brief from Public Health Ontario, which looks at whether introducing a mask mandate in the fall may have eased the burden on pediatric hospitals. According to the report, masking alone wouldn’t have been enough to address the rise in cases. In Quebec, COVID-19-related hospitalizations continue to drop week-over-week as well. Given the number of Quebec residents who have already been infected with COVID-19, provincial health officials now recommend booster shots only for vulnerable people who have never contracted COVID-19. Parts of Atlantic Canada, such as Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick, are also reporting decreases in COVID-19 hospitalizations on a weekly basis. For a closer look at how the provinces and territories are doing, as well as average daily cases in the U.S., check out our interactive COVID-19 tracking map. Click below for more coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada: 'It's a big concern': Private delivery of public health care grows yet again in B.C.Calgary MP says Liberal government wasted millions on quarantine hotel staysN.S. reports three new COVID-19 deaths in current reporting period, decrease in hospitalizationsThe latest headlines In research, reports, and data According to a new study from scientists at Cornell University, one species of deer could harbour COVID-19 variants of concern that are no longer dominant among humans. New research shows widespread infection of COVID-19 variants such as Alpha and Delta among white-tailed deer in 2020 and 2021. Does this mean deer can play a role in transmitting previous COVID-19 variants to the human population? Click here to read what researchers have to say. For more headlines on vaccines, therapeutics, and related research, click below: China's CanSino confident its mRNA COVID vaccine as good as Moderna, Pfizer shotsHealth Canada sticks with Evusheld despite U.S. FDA dropping the COVID drug Around the world Over the last two weeks, the world has seen a steady drop in the seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases and deaths recorded. Following the World Health Organization’s decision to continue viewing the COVID-19 pandemic as a global health emergency, many countries are carrying on with relaxing rules around travel and public gatherings. Starting Feb. 6, most travelers going from China to Hong Kong, and vice versa, will no longer need to provide a negative PCR test before leaving. The daily quota on travellers entering mainland China from Hong Kong via land checkpoints is also being scrapped. Meanwhile, in Belgium, Mardi Gras celebrations are returning to one carnival town after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Lastly, the United States House of Representatives will soon vote on a bill that would lift the requirement for most international air travellers to be vaccinated against COVID-19. For a more detailed breakdown of how COVID-19 is spreading across the world, take a look at our Global Tracker. Click below for more international stories related to COVID-19: Republican-led panel targets U.S. COVID-19 relief dollars for review Hong Kong woos tourists with air tickets and vouchers.

One last thing… On Feb. 7, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will meet with Canada’s 13 premiers to discuss health-care funding. Residents from across the country have been facing overburdened health-care systems for some time now, exacerbated by staffing shortages. In order to meet increased demand for access to doctors, some primary health-care providers in Ontario are offering paid subscriptions for on-demand care. One of these providers is Kinder care Pediatrics, based in Toronto. As my colleague Megan DeLaire writes, the facility allows subscribers to access virtual or in-person appointments on the same day, or the following day. The service comes with a fee starting at $29 per month, or $290 per year. “We are charging a reasonable rate for patients to have access to health-care providers who have the skill set and the licence and the capacity to help," Dr. Dan Flanders, owner of Kinder care Pediatrics, told CTV on Jan. 27. However, Natalie Mehra, executive director of the Canadian Health Coalition, says charging patients for services typically covered by provincial health insurance goes against the spirit of national health-care laws. Other organizations in the province have also expressed concerns over Ontario's plan to invest in private health care,announced on Jan. 16. Read the entire story here. Thank you as always for reading, Jennifer Ferreira, CTV producer Do you have a question about COVID-19? Let us know here. Have feedback about the newsletter? Send your comments here.

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Global Financial Crisis:

· “Confidential Letters”: FTX Demands Politicians Return Millions in SBF Donations.

· Rothschild family to take investment bank private:

Jan. 6 Massacre:

Biden Crime Family:

· Joe Biden repeatedly lied when he said he “never” talked to Hunter about his foreign business dealings. Joe met with Hunter’s business associates at least 16 times.

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