The (20) Million Muslim March Mainstream Media Missed

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In Karbala, Iraq, millions of Muslims marched against ISIS this past weekend.

“Women, men, elderly, and children made their way to the city of Karbala on Sunday and Monday last week for the holy day of Arbaeen. Arbaeen is the event which marks the end of the 40-day mourning period following Ashura, the religious ritual that commemorates the death of the Prophet Mohammad’s grandson Imam Hussein in 680 AD.”

The central intent of the march was the render ISIS threats useless.

The only ones it seems who were NOT in attendance was the mainstream media.

If you have records of this being reported in your favourite local publication, please post a source below.

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Health: Matters of Choice … Or Not

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It looks like several groups of Canadian physicians are taking to the courts in order to protect their right to object to certain treatments or practices.

The groups include the following:

  • Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada
  • Canadian Federation of Catholic Physicians’ Societies
  • Canadian Physicians for Life

Religious bias against issues like homosexuality, race, ethnicity, abortion, mental health, addiction, medically assisted death and even contraception may all be affected by this court decision.

Meanwhile, the vaccinazis in Ontario have declared that parents who oppose injection of unknown chemicals and toxins into the blood streams of their children are essentially ‘under educated’ in matters of health and wellness and will have to ensure indoctrination seminars from the Ministry of Health.

On May 30, 2017, the Ontario Legislature voted on Bill 87, the Protecting Patients Act, 2017 and passed it into Law. Votes were, 92 Yes, 1 No.  The only MPP who voted against Bill 87 was independent MPP Jack McLaren. The Act also received Royal Assent the same day.

Schedule 1 of the Protecting Patients Act amends the Immunization of School Pupils Act (ISPA) as follows:

  1. To require parents to complete an immunization education session before filing a statement of conscience or religious belief.
  2. To expand the categories of persons who may provide statements regarding the administration of immunizing agents.
  3. To require those who administer immunizing agents to provide information to the local medical officer of health.

The irony and hypocrisy is rich.

Certain doctors can abstain from what they’re sworn to protect – the health of their patients – but I can’t protect the health of my child.

I’ll be watching the former case to see how things ‘evolve’ (a concept foreign to the folks in the aforementioned groups that most likely believe that evolution is a myth).  In particular, if they win, I believe that those who are trying to protect their own health from vaccinazis have a similar case on the grounds that certain health practices offend our bodies.  And our health care budgets.

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Trudeau Sells Out Canada

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Over the last few days, I’ve watched the Trudeau government capitulate to the demands of the Trump Administration.

Canadians will be forced to spend more on military in the coming years to appease the Orange Bloat and his whinyness about countries not keeping up with the massive waste happening in the US and elsewhere.

Not one person ever asked ‘shouldn’t the US be spending less instead of everyone else keeping up with the waste?’

Nope … we’ll just do what we’re told.

Canada’s new defence policy today and here are the highlights:

  • A 70% increase in defence spending over the next 10 years
  • A staggering 62 billion dollar increase over the next 20 years
  • An increase in the number of fighter jets to be purchased from 65 (under Harper) to 88
  • An increase in personnel in both the regular and reserve forces

The Trudeau Liberals did not campaign on, and have no mandate for, significant increases in the defence budget. There has been no change in the international security environment since their election to justify such astronomical increases. The only change has been the election of Donald Trump.

It turns out Justin Trudeau isn’t so special after all.

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June 1, 2017: The US Takes a Back Seat to History

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I don’t have a lot of comment for the story about Donald Trump and the Republicans making the announcement to step aside from the Paris Accord.

I’ll say this: the US began its course of taking a back seat to history as we move forward without them.

All I can do is shake my head at the stupidity of the Trump government and the people propping up this monolith.

In a way, I’m glad. The world will move on and the US will fade from existence and relevance.

It will be a LONG time before they get a seat back at the adult table.

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It’s About The Power

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Back about 120 years ago, the likes of Edison, JP Morgan and others were drooling at the prospect of how electricity would not liberate humanity, but enslave it.

Monthly bills, recurring debts for massive infrastructure projects and other excessive costs that were transferred to government, while profits were distributed to shareholders and creditors.

The key to this was the prospect of bringing light to humanity.

And humanity signed up in droves.

Not much has changed.

Many people today complain that they have to decide on feeding themselves versus paying their power bills.

The cost of grid-based electricity is climbing and massive, bloated, debt-ridden public energy utilities can’t change their industry because of their greed.

Here in Ontario, our government (without permission) privatized part of the Ontario Power Authority (OPA), handing the cash-flow over the private owners, while retaining the liability of the debts and the cost of doing business.

One the other side of the equation:  renewables.

During the same time period as evil, greedy institution makers like Edison and Morgan was the greatest inventor of the 20th centure: Nikola Tesla.

Tesla’s vision was to free electricity and save humanity from carbon-based production while also moving us away from dull and repetitive tasks.

He came close a number of times to accomplishing that dream.  Whether it was Niagara Falls (which has paid for itself a thousand times over), tapping lightning or inventing other machines that could produce nearly perfect repeatable energy without excessive input, Tesla has his mind wrapped around the shaping of the universe.

Unfortunately, the Robber Barrons left him penniless and shamed as he lay dying in a New York hotel room.  But that’s another story.

The point of this article:  we MUST continue to do what we can to cast the yoke of monthly bills that keep us economically suppressed.  Even when the government pretends that it should earn a piece of your production when they’re not involved, as is the case with the person in PEI that built a ‘zero-impact’ home but is still facing a stiff HST charge.

It’s about the power, figuratively and literally.  It belongs to us or them.

Which are you going to choose?

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