So far there are 27 pieces on the coronavirus planned-emic, (it started at #0). Much of it focuses on the lobbying and corruption that is at the heart of it. Once you follow the money, it becomes quite clear how and why this happening. Very tedious, but it is a wealth of information, very little of it shared by official sources.
2. Media Bias, Lies, Omissions And Corruption
Lies and distortion by the media are nothing new. In order to convince people to undertake extreme measures, it’s often necessary to get them believing the absurd. Here is the series so far on media corruption on the website, a few of them directly related to the CV planned-emic. More examples are surely on the way.
3. Remember: Only Trust The Experts
Anthony Fauci later claimed he only recommended against masks in order to prevent a buying spree which would have left no masks available for health care workers. Motives aside, he blatantly lied to the public. In the third video, he appears to take the mask off as soon as the cameras are off. But remember, trust the experts and official sources.
4. UNESCO Guidelines On Fake News
For the original source of these audio clips, check the page on the UNESCO website. It is creepy the level to which they tell others to ignore contradictory viewpoints.
(1) Only official sources and trusted media outlets are to be listened to. Assume that if it conflicts with the settled narrative, it’s fake news.
(2) Teach your child that if a piece of information on CV is not from an official source, it should not be listed, let alone shared with anyone.
(3) If an “expert” is not from an approved or official agency, chances are they are a disinformation agent whose goal is deceive and mislead the public.
(4) CV information can be created and released in such a way as to be emotionally manipulative. Remember, the only ones allowed to manipulate are official sources. Don’t trust any others
(5) Disinformation is a serious problem. Therefore, the only sources of information that can be trusted are official, public ones. All others are to be viewed with suspicion.
(6) Quality journalism is important, but the only journalists who can be trusted are those reporting the official narrative on CV.
(7) Remember: UNESCO tells you to not like or share any information you see on social media if you don’t know where it cam from. First, you should check with the World Health Organization. If the information conflicts, feel free to post WHO talking points on the other media.
(8) Access to public information is essential. Just remember, the only sources we can trust are official ones. Freedom of the media is our strength.
(9) Apparently this planned-emic is a great opportunity to squash racism and come together as one human race. Unity through diversity apparently.
Remember folks: the only sources of information you can trust are official media outlets, certain organizations, and government officials. Everything else to be met with skepticism, if not rejected out of hand.
It’s interesting that UNESCO doesn’t encourage people to think critically, or try to spot conflicting or illogical claims. UNESCO doesn’t ask people to apply any logic or reasoning and get to the truth themselves. Instead, it is drilled in that only official sources are to be trusted.
Then there are the many ways that journalism can respond directly to disinformation and misinformation. These include resisting manipulation, through to investigating and direct exposing disinformation campaigns. But these have to be accompanied by major efforts to improve journalism in general (see below).
The “major efforts” which Cherilyn Ireton and Julie Posetti list below are chilling. They are absolutely an attack on independent journalism, and against people who don’t tow the line. It’s interesting to note that the authors are not merely acknowledging that this happens. They openly call for it.
Societal responses to ‘information disorder’ and challenges thrown up by social media platforms are varied and take place on multiple levels. Solutions are evolving – some rapidly. Many originate in the U .S., where the social media companies and Google are headquartered. Some evolving tech-related initiatives to address misinformation include:
(a) A commitment to engineering out of search results and news feeds what the company (not without controversy) deems to be fraudulent news
(b) Starving disinformation providers of click-driven advertising revenue
(c) Providing tech-driven solutions for verifying digital content and images
(d) Funding of supportive journalism initiatives that are at the intersection of journalism, technology and academic research
(e) The development and use of technical standards, or trust signals, to help consumers (and algorithms) identify news emanating from credible providers.
This is from page 37 of the book. Techniques to combat what they refer to as “misinformation”. It looks an awful lot like Objective 17(c) of the UN Global Migration Compact.
1. Satire and Parody
Including satire in a typology about disinformation and misinformation, is perhaps surprising. Satire and parody could be considered as a form of art. However, in a world where people increasingly receive information via their social feeds, there has been confusion when it is not understood a site is satirical. An example is from The Khabaristan Times, a satirical column and site that were part of the news site Pakistan Today. 60 In January 2017, the site was blocked in Pakistan and therefore stopped publishing.
From page 46, apparently satire qualifies as misinformation since people can’t always tell when people are being satirical.
In some instances, journalists have been targeted in acts of ‘astroturfing’ and ‘trolling’ – deliberate attempts to “mislead, misinform, befuddle, or endanger journalists” with the sharing of information designed to distract and misdirect them, or their potential sources. Alternatively, journalists might be targeted to trick them into sharing inaccurate information which feeds a false interpretation of the facts or, when it is revealed as fake, diminishes the credibility of the journalist (and the news organisation with which they are affiliated). In other cases, they face digital threats designed to expose their sources, breach their privacy to expose them to risk, or access their unpublished data.
There is also the phenomenon of governments mobilising ‘digital hate squads’ to chill critical commentary and quash freedom of expression.
Cherilyn Ireton and Julie Posetti, on page 109, talk about journalists being targeted for harassment, or having unwarranted attacks on their work. They hypocrisy is obvious, as they promote having viewpoints they deem “misinformation” to be hidden from searches, or have authors bankrupted via ad revenue loss. Furthermore, they suggest bankrolling or subsidizing their competitors, or “trustworthy” media.
6. Parallel Of Coronavirus & Climate Change
(17:50) the speaker talks of how the science is always moving. Yet critics are dismissed when they question official narratives.
(20:00) How to get children to spread the right news.
(30:30) scrolling internet to determine truth is impractical.
(47:00) parallel between CV and global warming.
Of course there are other topics discussed in that video, but those were a few worth focusing on.
UNESCO reminds us to be careful about lies and misinformation, and to only trust official sources for information on the CV pandemic. Don’t share info that contradicts the ever changing narrative.
UNESCO held a webinar on June 22nd, to talk about human rights abuses that had gone on as a result of the CV-19 “pandemic”. This is morbidly amusing, as UNESCO repeatedly recommends that people only listen to and trust official channels and sources. Guess who were the people calling for restrictions of human rights?
Here is a call by UNESCO to support so-called “Digital Cooperation”. What is it, and why is it so bad? UN Digital Cooperation is a program that is already underway, to attempt global internet regulation. It’s a horrible idea, since it would eventually lead to global control of internet activity. Ideas and views that are deemed “inappropriate” for whatever reason could be shut down.
See this piece for a previous review on the topic of digital cooperation. It’s worth noting that the shooting in New Zealand in 2019 has been an excuse to try to bring in a “digital charter“. However, the principle of global internet control long precedes that shooting.
Notice that all attempts to shut down free speech and a free media are done under some guise of “public safety” or of “preventing emotional harm”. Very rarely, of ever, is it admitted that the goal is to eliminate free speech.
From a debate in a 2019 Burnaby South by-election, then Liberal Candidate Richard Lee openly suggested that the United Nations should have a department to regulate the internet. Perhaps he was unaware that this was already in the works.
The scale, spread and speed of change brought about by digital technology is unprecedented, and the current means and levels of international cooperation are unequal to the challenge. Digital technologies make a significant contribution to the realisation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and cut uniquely across international boundaries, policy silos and professional domains. Cooperation across domains and across borders is therefore critical to realising the full social and economic potential of digital technologies, mitigating the risks they pose, and curtailing any unintended consequences.
The High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation was convened by the UN Secretary-General to provide recommendations on how the international community could work together to optimise the use of digital technologies and mitigate the risks. In June 2019, the Panel published their report “The Age of Digital Interdependence” and with it a series of recommendations to improve digital cooperation.
Sounds pretty Orwellian, doesn’t it? Instead of nations determining their own internet policies, there will soon be a “global consensus” on how the internet should be used, and for what purposes. UNESCO presumably supports this all.
The world can only contain the virus and its impacts if every person has access to accurate, reliable information. That’s down to all of us. Verified is a United Nations initiative to encourage us all to check the advice we share. Sign up to receive content you can trust: life-saving information, fact-based advice, and stories from the best of humanity. Look out for the double tick.
Apparently this site is an agent of disinformation, considering all of the effort done to expose the lobbying and corruption behind the vaccine agenda. Remember folks, only trust verified sources of information, and assume all others are lying to you.
10. China Falsified Reporting
China had supposedly brought this to the attention of the World Health Organization in late 2019. However, that was revealed to be a lie. Still, according to UNESCO, we should only trust official sources.
11. UNESCO Is Propaganda Outlet
UNESCO promotes various Un agendas, which is not surprising given that it is part of the UN. In various outlets, the group reiterates that only official and verified sources can be trusted, and that others are to be viewed with skepticism.
The reality is the UNESCO, and the UN as a whole, are not interested in truth or research that contradicts their narratives. Better to smear contradictory sources as “misinformation” than to answer the hard questions they pose.
According to Candice Malcolm, diversity is necessary for a country to be successful. As long as there is some unifying element(s), it doesn’t matter how much you alter the makeup.
1. Mass LEGAL Immigration In Canada
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Yes, this has been out for a few years, and should have been addressed then. However, the lies and misrepresentations are still as relevant today as they were then.
It is truly bizarre that Malcolm accurately identifies many of the problems of immigration and multiculturalism, but still insists that Canada needs to go ahead with it. Her essay reads like a parody of a nationalist: identifying all the problems, but still providing the wrong solution.
True, Malcolm is extremely pointed and critical of Trudeau. However, she is silent on the Conservative Party (and her ex-boss, Jason Kenney), doing exactly the same thing. All that differed was rhetoric. Once this double standard is shown, any semblance of objectivity disappears.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is known for his pithy one-liners and perfect soundbite platitudes. In the face of an illegal border crisis, a bizarre policy to “de-radicalize” and “re-integrate” ISIS terrorists, and growing skepticism over increasing immigration while neglecting Canada’s once-strong integration policies, Trudeau responds with the same simplistic response.
Canada’s once strong immigration policies? This would be a good time to point out that Malcolm worked for Jason Kenney while he was Immigration Minister. So did her husband. Yet it isn’t disclosed anywhere on True North’s website. Nor are their ties to various Koch/Atlas groups mentioned. Nejatian is a director at True North, yet you would have to contact Corporations Canada or Canada Revenue to find that out.
As a press secretary for Kenney, Malcolm’s role would effectively be to act as Kenney’s mouthpiece. This means toeing the line on the (then) record levels of people the Harper Government brought into Canada.
All of these factors would certainly factor into the tone and agenda that True North offers its readers. Yet Malcolm discloses none of it.
“Diversity is our strength.”
What exactly does he mean by “diversity”? What about less desirable types of diversity, such as diversity of core values? Or diverse moral codes, where some Canadians do not value women’s rights or the rights of the LGBT community? What about those who believe group rights ought to supercede the individual rights and freedoms guaranteed through the charter?
. Diversity of core values, beliefs and culture can easily create societal fractures, and put our coveted peace and stability at risk.
Malcolm actually gets it partly right, but misses the bigger picture.
For an awful lot of people, values are derived at least in part from religious beliefs. Topics like equality of women and gay rights do vary considerably by faiths. Yet Malcolm claims that Canadians aren’t defined by religious identity.
She also claims that a diversity of culture creates social fractures, but seems to think there is no connection between race/ethnicity and culture. Culture must be an entirely sociological construct, without any biological basis at all.
Is Canada simply a United Nations of different people with different values and different moral codes? How are we, then, to deal with the corruption that plagues the UN itself, including vile anti-Semitism, a failed consensus on what constitutes basic human rights, and a lack of an agreed upon authority to enforce laws and norms?
Canada’s defacto policy of ever more immigration and ever more diversity was the subject of a now-controversial Twitter essay by Conservative Member of Parliament Maxime Bernier.
If you make it a point to continuously import large numbers of people from all over the world, then yes, it becomes a “United Nations” of different people.
Bernier’s tweeting did make national news. However, he acted as if diversity was something to be celebrated, and that only abstract ideas were what unified us.
Bernier argues that an endless drive for diversity, with no emphasis on what it means to be Canadian, will push us towards division and balkanization. He asks, “if anything and everything is Canadian, does being Canadian mean something?” And he goes on to raise a concern I’ve raised many times — what will happen to a tolerant and liberal society if it welcomes, en masse, individuals with illiberal and intolerant beliefs, practices and traditions?
Despite the predictable pearl-clutching from the Liberal media, and the one-sided rush to condemn Bernier for wrongthink, the Beauce MP raises an important, dare I say obvious, criticism of Trudeau’s open-border mantra and obsession with diversity for diversity’s sake.
While Trudeau’s open love for diversity and globalism is revolting, mainstream conservatives in Canada support much the same thing. They are just more subtle about it. Candice Malcolm and her Conservative Inc. allies support white genocide and population replacement, just as long it is done in an orderly fashion.
If you replace the founding stock of the nation, the nation dies. It doesn’t matter if you celebrate it as diversity or not.
Pluralistic nation-states have long existed, Canada being a prime example. And the basic notions that tie our society together are based not on our differences, which are many, but on the commonalities that unite us.
From an abstract perspective this is fine, but the devil is in the details. Malcolm doesn’t really think that there should be meaningful commonalities to unite us.
Remember: conservatives and civic nationalists don’t believe that ethnicity should be a factor in the makeup of a country. They don’t care that there is no blood bond between people. Cities are divided up that way — and all done voluntarily — but race is a social construct.
Beyond that, they don’t even support cultural homogeneity. Conservatives as a whole support multiculturalism, which instantly leads to parallel societies.
What about a common heritage or traditions? Conservatives don’t even support that. They seem to care little when parks or streets or monuments to foreign bodies get erected in Canada. There is no concern that foreign histories and heritage begin to replace our own.
A common religion? Well Christianity is under attack, while all others are allowed to grow. And considering the connection between faith and values (a link Malcolm denies), good luck getting people to agree on much of anything.
The point is, that when pressed for specifics, conservatives and civic nationalists will eventually admit that they don’t want any concrete bonds between people. Perhaps free markets, the economy, and the constitution are all that we need.
It is our common features — languages, history, traditions, laws, shared culture and values — that form the basis of a pluralistic nation-state. This is the “core identity” of our nationhood. In addition to this basic consensus, individuals and communities are free to engage in their own religion and traditions — all the things that make Canada a wonderful, interesting and unique place to live.
This might be an okay take on “pluralistic nation-state” if it had any semblance of reality. However, multicultural societies don’t share any of these things — except possibly the laws.
In order to preserve things like language, history, traditions, shared culture and religion, some degree of balkanization is required. After all, these things to do exist within a few people, but a society as a whole.
One only needs to look at the Greater Toronto Area (or any “diverse” city), to see it carved up and balkanized along ethnic, cultural and linguistic lines. Saying we have “shared values” sounds great, but people would rather live with people who share a common identity.
This is what conservatives and civic nationalists claim they don’t understand. We can talk all day about values, but it is a common identity that bonds a group.
As for the argument against identity politics, let’s dispel something: a society requires both men and women to function. Period. Promoting globohomo the way it is serves to fracture society. Beyond those 2 examples though, identity is what bonds a group.
In pluralistic societies like Canada, we do not derive our identity from our racial, religious or ethnic origin — unlike most countries in the world. We derive our identity from shared values. And yet, increasingly in Canada, we are forbidden from articulating or discussing what these values may entail.
We used to. The 1971 Canadian Census listed the country as 96% European. Christianity, and its many offshoots were the basis for much of the law and culture here. Canada was effectively, a white, Christian ethnostate. It is only in the last 50 years that “forced multiculturalism” has been brought to the West.
Malcolm pretends this is not the case, and claims that it is abstract values that bond and unite us, a philosophy known as “civic nationalism”. She also conflates identity and values, which are 2 completely different things.
INDENTITY is what the people have in common, which includes things like race, ethnicity, culture, language, religion, customs, traditions and heritage. These are what bind the people, and arguably race is the strongest unifier there is.
VALUES are a set of abstract ideas which hold society together in a civic sense. They include things like free speech, tolerance, or various laws and codes.
Obviously, values are much more fluid than identity, and can change quickly. The result is that society can break down when these values diverge. By contrast, having a common ethnicity, religion, culture, language, etc… society still holds together, even as values and standards change.
But in Trudeau’s diverse, post-national utopia, would there be a shared identity? Would our laws be commonly agreed upon and equally enforced? Without a commitment to nationhood, how would governments command legitimacy, and would our communities live in peace?
This is a good paragraph on its own. And a lot of valid points. One wouldn’t think that Malcolm worked for Jason Kenney (and by extension the Conservative Party of Canada), when Stephen Harper imported the 3rd World in record numbers.
Malcolm seems to have no problems with importing a replacement population when her Conservative bosses are the ones doing it. However, it’s totally wrong when the Liberals do the exact same thing.
As for the scale of this: replacing the old stock has been done by successive administrations. Both are just as guilty in facilitating it.
Pluralism, not just diversity, is our strength, and yet, Trudeau’s vision of a post-national state differs from our current position as a pluralistic nation-state. Remove the nation — the unifying factor — and what are you left with? What is the common cause?
This lack of identity or commitment to shared values is particularly troubling given the Liberal push for immigration on an even larger scale.
Yet, silence when Conservatives do the same thing.
She goes on and on about pluralism being a strength, but never explains how. It’s also never explained how large numbers of people with nothing in common can expect to come without drastically changing the nation.
Worse, it’s become hip among the intellectual avant-garde to argue for open borders and drastic measures to boost Canada’s population, with even some (misguided) conservative intellectuals arguing that Canada ought to intentionally boost its population to 100 million by the end of the century.
The 100 million is probably a reference to Century Initiative, an NGO that does want to boost Canada’s population. Yet Malcolm’s handlers in the CPC have been pushing for near-open borders immigration policies?
If Canada were to open its doors to, say, about a million people per year, for the next 80 years, would Canada continue to be a Western liberal democracy? Would English and French be broadly spoken? Would there even be official languages?
Malcolm seems to be unaware, (or perhaps pretends to be unaware), at just how many people are entering the country annually. 3 Notable programs are: (a) student visas; (b) temporary foreign workers; and (c) those in the International Mobility Program. While these are billed as “temporary” options, there are many options to stay. Since Canada doesn’t even have a proper entry/exit system, who knows how many of those people are still in the country?
For some context: Canada went from admitting 60,000 student visas in 2003 to almost 360,000 in 2018. That is nearly 6 times as large over a 15 year span. Additionally, we went from about 80,000 temporary work visas in 2003 to over 320,000 (TFWP and IMP combined) in 2018.
What kind of values would these hypothetical Canadians posses, and what kind of political leaders would they elect? Would our laws continue to be equally applied, or would there be special caveats and exemptions for cultural and religious communities?
Malcolm raises a great argument in favour of a moratorium on immigration. Changing the demographics leads to irreversible voting shifts, typically to more left-leaning politicians. Except, instead of that, she uses it to claim that a better job has to be done about it.
Could we continue to afford universal social services, including healthcare, education and social welfare? What language would these services be provided in?
Again valid points, and would be great to use to advocate for massive cuts to immigration. But Malcolm doesn’t do that.
Would Canada continue to be a safe, friendly and welcoming society? Would our liberal tolerance be extended to those who are illiberal or intolerant? Would newcomers bring their ancient tribal feuds and hatred with them? Would practices like FGM and forced marriage be permitted? Would we import the foreign wars of the world — Israelis against Palestinians, Shi’ites against Sunnis, Russians against Ukrainians, and so on — into our own backyard?
More great arguments to support the position of slashing immigration. However, Malcolm believes (or claims to believe), that a certain level of diversity is needed to keep a nation healthy.
Would newcomers to Canada be selected based on education and training — Canada’s longstanding practice of skills-based immigration? Or would we simply allow any newcomer who arrives at our doorstep and wants to live in Canada?
About this “skills-based” immigration that Malcolm talks about, why not get into the costs of it? Plenty of college and university graduates can’t find work in their fields because successive governments — both Liberal and Conservative — have flooded market with foreign workers. This is done in a deliberate effort to drive down wages.
This is not restricted to high skilled workers either. The Temporary Foreign Worker Program, for example, was specifically used for entry level work because it allowed employers to ultimately pay less to import foreigners than to hire Canadians.
Malcolm was working for Jason Kenney when the TFW scandal hit in 2013.
Would there be a united Canadian identity? Or would our society splinter into identity groups with the pernicious concept of the “hyphenated-Canadians” — with some other identity coming before being Canadian?
Look at the next section. HUGE numbers of Chinese, Indian, Philippino, Iranian, Pakistani and other migrants are being brought into Canada on a yearly basis. This is white genocide. Malcolm complains now, but had no issue with the practice when working for the Ministry of Immigration.
How long would Canada continue to exist as a political entity? Perhaps Quebec would seek to separate. Or perhaps it would be aggrieved minorities, stateless ethnic groups or religious fanatics who would seek to carve out their own ethno-state.
Yes, all valid points. And Malcolm worked for Jason Kenney and the CPC while they were pushing immigration policies and programs to promote exactly this.
And that’s just the start. It would only be a matter of time before other groups — disgruntled Indigenous tribes, libertarian Albertans, Marxist communes, and any number of religious cults or zealous identity groups — would seek their own self-determination and self-governance.
Yet conservatives support the sort of immigration policies that encourage this. They claim that it won’t change the culture as long as there is “economic benefit”.
What would be the tipping point? 50 million? Or 150 million?
150 million by 2100 is about where we are headed now.
In the past, immigration policies were heavily restrictive, cost prohibitive and were coupled with a strong civil society promoting universal norms and values, conformity, and integration (frankly, assimilation).
The world is freer and more democratic today, thankfully, but that also makes integration all the more challenging.
Why is this change a good thing? Does Malcolm prefer easy immigration over social cohesion, integration and stability?
Trudeau has turned his back on integration, while steadily increasing the amount of immigration and without much concern for selecting those who will be successful in Canada. A casual observer of Europe’s failed immigration experiment can see that this is a toxic combination, and Trudeau’s schemes should be met with criticism and resistance from Canadians of all backgrounds.
Europe’s failed immigration experiment? Perhaps Malcolm has never heard of the KALERGI PLAN, a century old scheme to erase the peoples of Europe and replace them with a single group. Of course there has never been any sort of democratic vote, but all major parties are controlled.
Malcolm pretends that it is ONLY Trudeau who has been jacking up immigration in Canada. She deliberately omits that Brian Mulroney raised immigration rates in the 1980s to the highest they had ever been. Also, omits that Stephen Harper raised immigration to the highest rates ever (at that point)
She also omits being a staffer for Jason Kenney and pushing the mass migration narrative.
Diversity is important. There’s no doubt about that.
We need to challenge one another with new ideas, innovative thinking and differing perspectives in order to grow and thrive, as well as to solve the problems of our day. Societies that are too conformist or homogeneous are not only boring and banal places to live, they’re also destined to fail.
Societies that are homogenous are much more socially cohesive. Maybe Malcolm gets a kick out of driving across town to a “foreign country”, but most people don’t want that. They want societies which are high trust, and safe to live in. Multicultural countries do not offer this.
How is diversity important? Other than homogenous societies being boring? Wanting to change a nation’s makeup because you find it boring is pretty sociopathic.
Look at North Korea — the most homogeneous country in the world; closed to immigration and most trade — where everyone is equal in their misery and nothing meaningful has changed in decades.
Malcolm makes a disingenuous conclusion. North Koreans are miserable because they are closed to mass migration and globalized trade? Yeah, sure. I don’t suppose being a Communist dictatorship would have anything to do with that misery.
Or Japan, which allows little diversity in ethnic makeup or societal norms, and, in turn, the population is aging, the economy is stagnant, and debt is ever-growing. In other words, the society is dying.
Recently, Charlie Kirk of Turning Point USA, promoted the idea that Japan should import a replacement population in order to keep the GDP from falling. Vincent James covers it very well. Malcolm speaks in much the same tone. Instead of preserving the demographics, heritage, culture, and language, both of them think of Japan only in terms of money.
If Japan really needed more people (and it’s already pretty crowded), then perhaps a Hungarian style program of getting couples to have more children would be a better idea.
Spoiler: there is much more to a country than its GDP.
Diversity is necessary. But diversity, in and of itself, is not necessarily a feature. The most diverse empires and countries in the world have fractured, imploded or dissolved, be it the Roman Empire, the Ottoman Empire or the former Yugoslavia. Diversity alone wasn’t the problem, but diversity without a common commitment, in other words, without unity, led to collapse.
This is incoherent. Malcolm correctly identifies that the most multicultural/multiethnic societies that have collapsed, and cites 3 of them. Diversity was not the problem, she claims, but just done incorrectly. Apparently history will be different if only these vastly different groups had some common bond to unite them.
Multicultural states have only ever been able to hold together when it is done by force. And even then, it is not a permanent solution.
Alongside diversity, it’s unity that makes Canada a successful country and a great place to live. And we need to constantly work and strive for this unity, in the face of large-scale immigration, changing demographics and a societal obsession with cultural relativism, identity politics and anti-Western distortion.
Serious question: if it’s unity that makes Canada successful, and a great place to live, why do we need diversity as all?
We need shared laws, shared values, shared traditions, and a shared identity to thrive and succeed. We need pluralism and nationhood.
We need pluralism and nationhood? How exactly does this work? How does importing millions of people who will balkanize Canada lead to a single nationhood?
It’s unity that makes us love our country and fosters patriotism. It’s unity — imbedded within diversity — that is our true strength.
Forget having a blood connection. Forget common culture, language, traditions, etc…. unity is just some abstract sense of being Canadian.
6. Recent Population Replacement In Canada
(Page 18 of the 2004 Annual Report to Parliament)
(Page 24 of the 2005 Annual Report to Parliament)
(Page 18, 19 of the 2006 Annual Report to Parliament)
(Page 19, 20 of the 2007 Annual Report to Parliament)
(Page 21, 22 of the 2008 Annual Report to Parliament)
(Page 16 of the 2009 Annual Report to Parliament)
(Page 14 of the 2010 Annual Report to Parliament)
(Page 18 of the 2011 Annual Report to Parliament)
(Page 15 of the 2012 Annual Report to Parliament)
(Page 19 of the 2013 Annual Report to Parliament)
(Page 16 of the 2014 Annual Report to Parliament)
(Page 16 of the 2015 Annual Report to Parliament)
(Page 10 of the 2016 Annual Report to Parliament)
(Page 14 of the 2017 Annual Report to Parliament)
(Page 28 of the 2018 Annual Report to Parliament)
(Page 36 of the 2019 Annual Report to Parliament)
Note: this is nowhere near the number of people entering Canada every year. Remember to add in hundreds of thousand of students and temporary workers, and various pilot programs.
Even if this were everyone, how exactly is a country supposed to be unified when large numbers of people from very different cultures are imported year after year? How are abstract ideas and values supposed to overcome such fundamental differences?
If Canada were a nation where race, ethnicity and religion didn’t matter, (as Malcolm claims), then it seem very strange that balkanization takes place along racial, ethnic, religious, cultural and linguistic lines. But that’s probably a racist thing to “notice”.
I realize that her prior political ties can make this a tricky subject to navigate. However, True North would be taken much more seriously if they were honest about how destructive multiculturalism really is.
7. Forced Diversity Is Genocide
The Contracting Parties confirm that genocide, whether committed in time of peace or in time of war, is a crime under international law which they undertake to prevent and to punish.
In the present Convention, genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:
(a) Killing members of the group;
(b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;
(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;
(d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;
(e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.
The following acts shall be punishable:
(b) Conspiracy to commit genocide;
(c) Direct and public incitement to commit genocide;
(d) Attempt to commit genocide;
(e) Complicity in genocide.
Persons committing genocide or any of the other acts enumerated in article III shall be punished, whether they are constitutionally responsible rulers, public officials or private individuals.
The Contracting Parties undertake to enact, in accordance with their respective Constitutions, the necessary legislation to give effect to the provisions of the present Convention, and, in particular, to provide effective penalties for persons guilty of genocide or any of the other acts enumerated in article III.
Persons charged with genocide or any of the other acts enumerated in article III shall be tried by a competent tribunal of the State in the territory of which the act was committed, or by such international penal tribunal as may have jurisdiction with respect to those Contracting Parties which shall have accepted its jurisdiction.
Genocide and the other acts enumerated in article III shall not be considered as political crimes for the purpose of extradition.
The Contracting Parties pledge themselves in such cases to grant extradition in accordance with their laws and treaties in force.
Serious question: how are forced diversity, multiculturalism and pluralism, not forms of genocide? After all, they are calculated to bring about the destruction of a group, specifically, Europeans.
8. Malcolm Just Another Barbara Spectre
When rereading this essay from Malcolm, my mind instantly went to Barbara Lerner Spectre. She became infamous for saying that Europe had to adopt multiculturalism in order to survive.
How is Malcolm calling for pluralism any different than this? How is forcibly remaking the host culture — without a democratic mandate — not a form of genocide? Importing hundreds of thousands of people (now totally a million annually in recent years), completely remakes the demographics, culture, and traditions of the society. Yet Malcolm argues this is necessary, but gives the flimsiest of reasons.
It’s interesting how “conservatives” are so willing to jump on people like Trudeau for his immigration policies, but remain silent when their own people do much the same thing.
Of course there is an awful lot that True North Canada does not disclose to its readers. Rather than give real insight and research into immigration in Canada, it serves to post anti-Trudeau talking points.
Malcolm calls for essentially the same policies that will lead to the demise of Canada. But like other conservatives, she supports a more “patriotic” version of the same thing.
CLICK HERE, for #1: series intro and other listings. CLICK HERE, for #2: suing for the right to illegally enter U.S. CLICK HERE, for #3: the U.N.’s hypocrisy on sexual abuse. CLICK HERE, for #4: fake refugees gaming the system. CLICK HERE, for #5: various topics on subject. CLICK HERE, for #6: Islamic sexual violence, women/children. CLICK HERE, for #7: UNHCR party to S3CA, consultations req’d. CLICK HERE, for #8: UN Blurs Line Smuggling/Irregular. CLICK HERE, for #9: More UN Research Into Smuggling. CLICK HERE, for #10: allowing illegals violates int’l treaties. CLICK HERE, for #11: orgs in court to open CDA’s borders. CLICK HERE, for #12: the Zionist roots of Amnesty Int’l. CLICK HERE, for #13: Canadian Council of Refugees NGO. CLICK HERE, for #14: Roxham Rd. crossings coordinated. CLICK HERE, for #15: Ex-Israeli Ambassador David Berger. CLICK HERE, for #16: NGOs repeatedly undermine borders. CLICK HERE, for #17: reduced penalties for child sex crimes. CLICK HERE, for #18: does CDN Gov’t support trafficking? CLICK HERE, for #19: politicians deliberately keep border open. CLICK HERE, for #20: Soros, lawfare, funding, population replacement. CLICK HERE, for #21: DNA testing to spot smuggled/trafficked children. CLICK HERE, for #22: pushing gay/trans agenda on young children.
2. Media Bias, Lies, Omissions And Corruption
CLICK HERE, for #1: Unifor in bed with Federal Gov’t CLICK HERE, for #2: Global News’ selective truth on TRP granted. CLICK HERE, for #3: Post Media owning most Canadian media. CLICK HERE, for #4: conservative content dominated by Koch/Atlas. CLICK HERE, for #5: origins of Malcolm’s “charity” True North Canada. CLICK HERE, for #6: the people running the Post Millennial. CLICK HERE, for #7: how to do research, investigative journalism. CLICK HERE, for #8: Koch/Atlas both sides, AB court challenge. CLICK HERE, for #9: picking up on predictive programming. CLICK HERE, for #10: Trudeau Foundation & media embeds. CLICK HERE, for #11: Trudeau swapped out for body double? CLICK HERE, for #12: Shanifa Nasser, racism narrative, FHA. CLICK HERE, for #13: George Floyd “murder” was staged psy-op. CLICK HERE, for #14: culture shift to make face masks normal. CLICK HERE, for #15: response times, crisis actors, dummy swap. CLICK HERE, for #16: Trudeau Foundation wields power in Canada.
3. Context For This Article
True, this story broke last year. However, it is worth recounting the media coverup and reluctance to address it, despite all the evidence available.
The coronavirus pandemic and the recent race riots have provided quite the distraction from what should have been an ongoing and consistent investigation. Almost as these events were planned to cover up this story.
This isn’t about rehashing the entire story on Jeffrey Epstein, and his child sex trafficking ring. Instead, the focus is on the efforts to keep the story out of the public eye, and to divert attention.
4. ABC Sits On Story, Whistleblower Fired
In November 2019, Project Veritas released a recording of Amy Robach of ABC talking about how the network had refused to air an interview with Virginia Giuffre (Roberts) implicating Jeffrey Epstein, Bill Clinton, and others.
However, when this “hot mic” moment was released publicly, there was pressure to get the whistle-blower fired. The pressure wasn’t to ask why the story wasn’t aired, but why the news of it not being aired was leaked. But as it turns out, the person who got the ax was the wrong one.
Also chilling is the attitude Robach seems to have. No concern for the victims, but rather that someone else pushed the story that ABC had. She was scooped. It’s telling how being able to continue to interview Will and Kate (for tabloid material) was more important than bringing this story to light. Very messed up priorities.
5. Media Silence Helps 2016 Clinton Campaign
Keep in mind, the “hot mic” moment with Amy Robach happened in the fall of 2016. She mentions how she had the goods on everyone, including Bill Clinton, 3 years ago. (see 4:20 in the video)
What was happening 3 years ago? It was 2016, and Hillary Clinton was running to become U.S. President. Had ABC broken the news about Virginia Guiffre (which implicated her husband, Jeffrey Epstein, and many others), what would have happened to the Clinton campaign? Would it have sunk it? Or, had Clinton won, would ABC have been in the awkward place of having made allegations against the husband of a sitting President?
Now let’s take a look at some examples of the media being far too close to politicians. This doesn’t serve the public interest in any way.
6. Claire Shipman & Jay Carney
Claire Shipman is a former White House Correspondent (with NBC), and now an ABC senior national correspondent for 19 years. Jay Carney was a communications advisor for 2 years (for then Vice-President Biden), and then spent the next 2 years as White House Press Secretary. Carney has frequently appeared on ABC. Shipman and Carney are married.
7. Ben Sherwood & Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall
Ben Sherwood was named President of ABC news in 2010. His sister, Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, was a fomer adviser to President Barack Obama, and in 2013 was moved to National Security Staff.
8. David Rhodes & Ben Rhodes
David Rhodes is a former President of CBS News, and a former Vice-President of Fox News. Ben Rhodes is a former advisor to Barack Obama and co-chaired an NGO called “National Security Action”. The men are brothers.
9. Virginia Moseley & Tom Nides
Virginia Moseley was named Vice President of CNN in 2012. Her husband, Thomas Nides, was at a time Deputy Secretary of State under Barack Obama.
10. Chris Cuomo & Andrew Cuomo
This one is pretty well known, but CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, and New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo are brothers. Their father, Mario Cuomo, is a former NY Governor. The Cuomo family was openly supportive of Hillary Clinton’s Presidential campaign.
The above examples are just a few instances of the media not being independent of the politics they cover, despite claims to the contrary. There are more of course.
11. Alexander Acosta: Labour Sec, Pedo Lawyer
Alexander Acosta was at one time the Secretary of Labour for Donald Trump. As a prosecutor, he helped hide the plea agreement that sent Jeffrey Epstein to prison for a very short term.
12. Alan Dershowitz, Trump Defense Team
Alan Dershowitz, a well known lawyer, has also taken trips to Epstein’s Island. His name is among those on the Lolita Express. Currently, he is involved in the defense of Donald Trump against impeachment. A cynic might wonder if he is just trying to make himself useful to lessen potential damages that will come later on.
13. Ghislaine Maxwell At Clinton’s Wedding
Though not reported by major networks, Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s (alleged) accomplice, attended the wedding of Chelsea Clinton. Yes, the daughter of Bill and Hillary Clinton.
Curious to know what sort of relationship with a former President would warrant an invitation to his daughter’s wedding.
This is (allegedly) Bill Clinton with a 15 year old Rachel Chandler. There are plenty of compromising photos of Clinton available with a quick search, but won’t be shown here.
Mitt Romney ran for President twice, in 2008 and again in 2012. In 2012, he was embarrassed when the true story of his rise to wealth was widely published. He had had $2 million invested in his private equity fund from Robert Maxwell and Jack Lyons. It wasn’t hard work that made Romney wealthy, it was the right investors. Romney’s story is long and beyond the scope of this article.
But it is worth pointing out that the man who helped make Mitt Romney extremely wealthy had a daughter. Her name: Ghislaine Maxwell. Had Romney become President (either in 2008 or 2012), what favours might he be expected to perform?
15. Bill Gates Visiting Epstein
Bill Gates apologized on Wednesday for his association with financier Jeffrey Epstein, making his first public statements since news surfaced that he had met with Epstein, a convicted sex offender, more often than previously believed.
“I made a mistake in judgment in thinking those discussions would go to global health … that money never appeared,” Gates said during a panel discussion hosted by The New York Times Dealbook series.
“And I gave him benefit of my association,” Gates said.
The Microsoft cofounder has maintained that he believed meeting with Epstein would lead to investments in charities supported by Gates, who along with his wife, runs one of the world’s largest philanthropic organizations, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Admittedly, this quite the interesting alibi of Gates to offer. They didn’t meet to discuss underae sex trafficking. They met to discuss the financing of Gates’ efforts to depopulate the world using vaccines.
16. Prince Andrew’s Denial Of Events
This has been ridiculed and mocked by nearly everyone watching the interview. Worth a watch, as the Prince is not convincing in the slightest. He struggles to give any straight answers to questions. Whatever one may think about Virginia Giuffre’s claims, few, if any believe the Prince.
17. ABC, Other Outlets, Owned By Disney
In August 1996, prior to Disney’s acquisition of ABC, Inc., Braverman was named senior vice president and general counsel, ABC, Inc. In October 1994, he was promoted to vice president and general counsel. He joined ABC, Inc. in November 1993, as vice president and deputy general counsel.
Braverman joined Capital Cities/ABC, Inc. from the Washington, D.C. law firm of Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering, where he started in 1976. He became a partner in 1983, specializing in complex commercial and administrative litigation. Before joining Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering, Braverman was a law clerk to the Honorable Thomas W. Pomeroy, Jr., Justice, Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Going through the management list of Disney, there are several executives who were with ABC prior to it being taken over by Disney in the 1990s. Holdouts from the old days.
It’s been out for a while, but plenty of Disney employees have been arrested in recent years for child sex offences.
This is believed to be legitimate copies of flight logs from Epstein’s Lolita Express. Although many passengers are just listed by initials, there are full names in there as well. Note: this isn’t all the names.
19. Why Write This Now?
Yes, the Epstein story was big in 2019. However, just because he “committed suicide”, doesn’t mean the case is over. There are many accomplices who have not been brought to justice. Plenty of questions that still need to be answered.
Whether intentional or by accident, the coronavirus “planned-emic” and the recent race riots have had the effect of making the story disappear from most people’s memories.
CLICK HERE, for #1: Unifor in bed with Federal Gov’t CLICK HERE, for #2: Global News’ selective truth on TRP granted. CLICK HERE, for #3: Post Media owning most Canadian media. CLICK HERE, for #4: conservative content dominated by Koch/Atlas. CLICK HERE, for #5: origins of Malcolm’s “charity” True North Canada. CLICK HERE, for #6: the people running the Post Millennial. CLICK HERE, for #7: how to do research, investigative journalism. CLICK HERE, for #8: Koch/Atlas both sides, AB court challenge. CLICK HERE, for #9: picking up on predictive programming. CLICK HERE, for #10: Trudeau Foundation & media embeds. CLICK HERE, for #11: Trudeau swapped out for body double? CLICK HERE, for #12: Shanifa Nasser, racism narrative, FHA. CLICK HERE, for #13: George Floyd “murder” was staged psy-op. CLICK HERE, for #14: culture shift to make face masks normal. CLICK HERE, for #15: response times, crisis actors, dummy swap.
2. Context For This Article
In order to fairly and accurately report on political and social events, the media has to have a certain level of detachment from the situation. Understandably, one cannot be a part of an organization, yet do any real investigative work on it. There is an obvious conflict of interest.
But that is exactly the case with the Trudeau Foundation. Many prominent members of the media (and former members) are part of the Foundation. This becomes a problem since they do little to hold the Foundation, or the Trudeau Family, to account for anything.
It must be mentioned, however, that Koch/Atlas cronies are prominent in so-called conservative media. Also, Post Media is the parent company of not only mainstream publications, but many alternative ones as well.
What is the result of the media being in bed with the Trudeau Foundation? For starters, they don’t seem to care about how many politicians or judges are also part of the group. Again, the conflict of interest is clear for everyone to see.
4(a). Ed Broadbent – NDP Leader
4(b).Philippe Couillard – QC Premier
4(c). Raymond Chretien – Ambassador
4(d). Michael Fortier – Senator
4(e). Michael Harcourt – BC Premier
4(f). Megan Leslie — NDP Deputy Leader
4(g). Wade MacLauchlan – PEI Premier
4(h). Elizabeth May – Green Party Leader
4(i). Anne McLellan – Deputy PM
4(j). Ed Roberts – NFLD Lt. Governor
4(k). Roy Romanow – Saskatchewan Premier
4(l). John Sims – Deputy AG
4(m). Chuck Strahl – Privy Council
Yes, politicians across the spectrum are also involved with the Trudeau Foundation. Makes one wonder how ideologically divided they are if membership in this group (named after a former Prime Minister), is no big deal for any of them. And things are about to get even worse still.
of course, many of these people have left their positions, but still.
5(a). Thomas Cromwell – SCC Justice
5(b). Marie DesChamps – SCC Justice
5(c). Louis LeBel – SCC Justice
5(d). Beverley McLachlin – SCC Justice
5(e). Lynn Smith – BCSC Justice
Three former Supreme Court of Canada Justices, and 1 BC Supreme Court Justice are also members of the Trudeau Foundation. This won’t help with the impression that the judiciary is independent of the executive branch of government.
6. Jacques Bougie – SNC Lavalin
This person being with both Trudeau Foundation and on the SNC Lavalin Board of Directors wouldn’t have anything to do with how Lavalin got its deferred prosecution agreement, would it? No, didn’t think so.
Of course let’s not forget John McCall MacBain, head of the European Climate Foundation, or Roy Heenan, co-founder of the law firm Heenan Blaikie.
7. Are They All Involved?
Why is the mainstream media in Canada so hesitant to report on topics like the Trudeau Foundation, and why won’t they go into depth when they do? Consider the makeup of past and present members of the Trudeau Foundation:
Prominent members of the media
Politicians of all parties
Supreme Court Justices
Members of academia
What you see is an organization that has members of: (a) the media; (b) politicians; (c) the courts; and (d) universities, all under the same umbrella. There is no independence here, no checks and balances.
Oblivious people seem to think that Derek Chauvin (left) is the man shown in the video (right). The entire event and arrest were preplanned and staged.
1. Media Bias, Lies, Omissions And Corruption
CLICK HERE, for #1: Unifor in bed with Federal Gov’t CLICK HERE, for #2: Global News’ selective truth on TRP granted. CLICK HERE, for #3: Post Media owning most Canadian media. CLICK HERE, for #4: conservative content dominated by Koch/Atlas. CLICK HERE, for #5: origins of Malcolm’s “charity” True North Canada. CLICK HERE, for #6: the people running the Post Millennial. CLICK HERE, for #7: how to do research, investigative journalism. CLICK HERE, for #8: Koch/Atlas both sides, AB court challenge. CLICK HERE, for #9: picking up on predictive programming. CLICK HERE, for #10: Trudeau Foundation & media embeds. CLICK HERE, for #11: Trudeau swapped out for body double? CLICK HERE, for #12: Shanifa Nasser, racism narrative, FHA. CLICK HERE, for #13: George Floyd “murder” was staged psy-op. CLICK HERE, for #14: culture shift to make face masks normal.
CLICK HERE, for most recent in CV planned-emic series.
3. Context For This Piece
The content here will read like a wild conspiracy theory, but it is an attempt to explain what happened in the George Floyd death.
The police had been called on George Floyd supposedly for passing a counterfeit $20 bill, and it was mentioned he may be drunk. The first police car responded in 7 minutes. While this sounds okay, you have to keep in mind that the average response time for non-serious matters is much closer to half an hour.
As was outlined in this previous article, the man who allegedly did this is not Derek Chauvin. It is someone pretending to be him, and not even a very convincing double. (see photos at the top).
The actual George Floyd might have died a few years ago.
The video compilation appears to show George Floyd being put in the back of the police car via the driver’s side door. He is then pulled out via the passenger side door. If he was already in the car, immediately removing him makes no sense at all, unless it was a ruse to place a switch.
The behaviour of the (allegedly) Derek Chauvin is comically evil. He doesn’t appear to care that all of this is being videotaped. Anyone with an instinct for self preservation would put a stop to it. Did none of the four think that this might be a bad idea?
Disclaimer: this is not 100% certain, but a good faith effort.
4. Minn Not Getting Calls Answered
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Thousands of 911 calls are going without an immediate response in Minneapolis. That’s according to new numbers taken from the Minneapolis Emergency Communications Center.
That was when the original estimate of priority one 911 calls going without an immediate police response was 1,251– between July 1, 2018 and June 30th, 2019. New data released over the weekend shows the real figure is more than five times that.
“There were 6,776 priority one calls that were made that we didn’t have an officer immediately able to respond,” Minneapolis Police public information officer John Elder said.
Those emergency calls include homicide and rape. Elder says the data renews the Chief’s call to add 400 more officers to the force over time. The Minneapolis Police Department currently employs around 600 patrol officers.
“We need additional staff to properly serve the residents of the city,” he said.
In this CBS Minnesota article from 2019, it is reported that Minneapolis Police Department isn’t answering calls (even serious ones) in any sort of timely manner. There have been calls to add another 400 officers to the ranks of the PD, something that Mayor Jacob Frey says is quite unrealistic.
Why is this important? Because, according to the New York Times video above, the police were called at 8:01pm, and the first car arrived at 8:08pm, just 7 minutes later (if it’s been pieced together accurately). While not impossible, it seems like this fairly minor alleged crime was responded to very quickly.
According to the transcript of the 911 call, Floyd had allegedly passed a counterfeit $20 bill, and may have been drunk. That seems pretty low down on the scale of seriousness, but the police were there in 7 minutes.
5. Call Response Times Continually Bad
Minneapolis police officers have been slower to arrive to emergencies so far this year, continuing a trend that some city officials say is a downside of community-style policing.
Between July and September, the department’s average reported response times for the most urgent 911 calls — “unstable scenes” with an imminent threat to life or property — were 10 minutes, 45 seconds, Minneapolis Police Department figures show. That’s 42 seconds longer than the same period last year and continues a steady lengthening of response times over the past four years.
Callers who reported situations without an immediate threat of harm, dubbed “Priority 2,” had to wait an average 36 minutes, 47 seconds to see a squad. That’s up from 34 minutes, 26 seconds during the same span in 2016.
Sgt. Catherine Michal, a police spokeswoman, said that officers are being asked to spend more time at crime scenes or in some cases are getting stuck in traffic jams around ongoing construction around the city.
This review is from 2017, and a good reference point. Priority 2 calls had an average wait time of over 36 minutes. Presumably, the call on Floyd would have been a Priority 2. So despite an average of over half an hour on these types of calls, the Minneapolis Police was able to respond to this one in just 7 minutes. Very interesting.
6. More Recent Call Response Data
In Minneapolis, once dispatchers get basic information from 911 callers, they label calls in a computerized queue based on the type of emergency — a system that patrol officers can also see via dashboard computers in their squad cars or listen to over the scanner. A significant chunk of 911 calls in Minneapolis receive a “Priority 1” categorization, while another large portion are “Priority 2” calls, which could be reports of property damage, a suspicious person or situations that don’t pose an immediate threat to public safety.
Once officers see a new 911 call with its code in the queue, they weigh whether they should drop what they’re currently doing to respond to the new emergency, or if other officers should help out. That period of time — from when a dispatcher codes a call and officers claim it — in the majority of cases averages about 3 minutes for Priority 1 calls, 25 minutes for Priority 2 calls and 28 minutes for Priority 3 calls, which include reports of illegal parking, thefts or cases where conditions are safe at the time of the call.
This Minn Post article has Priority 2 calls at an average of 25 minutes. Considerably better from the last one, but still a long way off from the 7 minutes it took to respond to Floyd allegedly passing a counterfeit $20 bill.
One caveat, these times are not necessary when the call is made, but when an officer takes it from dispatch. So the times will be a little (or a lot) longer, depending on availability.
Yes, in spite of all this, 3 cars responded to George Floyd passing a possibly counterfeit $20 bill in just 7 minutes. And what was Floyd doing the whole time, just sitting and waiting?
7. George Floyd’s Various Tattoos
A 42 cm maximum dimension monochromatic blue tattoo of an eagle holding a rifle spans the upper chest, from shoulder to shoulder and from the inferior neck to the distal sternum.
An 11 cm maximum dimension monochromatic blue tattoo of a pair of praying hands is on the epigastric abdomen.
A 9 cm maximum dimension monochromatic blue tattoo of the name “LAURA” is on the right upper abdomen. A 10 cm maximum dimension monochromatic blue tattoo of the name “CISSY” is on the left upper abdomen.
A 28 cm maximum dimension monochromatic blue tattoo of the name “FLOYD” spans both sides of the abdomen just superior to the umbilicus.
A 10 cm maximum dimension monochromatic blue tattoo of what appears to be a gravestone with some letters and numbers and the letters “R.I.P.” is on the anterior right forearm.
A 12 cm maximum dimension monochromatic blue tattoo of two stars and what appears to be the name “Brittney” and the letters “R.I.P.” is on the proximal anterior left forearm.
A 20 cm maximum dimension patterned monochromatic blue tattoo spans the anterior, lateral, and posterior aspects of the left forearm.
Information is quoted from the Autopsy Report issued by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner.
This has to be asked: is that an illuminati tattoo on an eagle on Floyd’s chest? Was this event a sacrifice, or a staged death altogether?
8. Available Footage Makes Little Sense
(The first video is from a New York Times investigative report that was recently released. The second is supposedly the unedited footage from one of the witnesses’ phone camera.
Admittedly the quality of the video is not great, but for a moment, it looks like Floyd has no legs when he was being moved. See 5:58 mark in the second video. Yes, this is going full conspiracy theory here, but it looks as if he has no legs.
What may have happened here: the officers put a man into the back of that police car (on the driver’s side), but then pulled a mannequin or crisis dummy out from the passenger’s side. This means the man — whoever he is — remained hidden in the back seat the entire time. This was a very elaborate ruse.
Man goes in ==> Driver’s side
Dummy comes out ==> Passenger’s side
The New York Times video accurately picked up that that he entered on one side, and then “he” was pulled out from the other side. However, they missed the connection as to why.
The “paramedic” here appears to be wearing a bullet proof vest, which seems very odd for an EMT worker. Another accomplice perhaps.
This is another moment that makes you wonder. Supporting his neck seems to be an afterthought, and only at the outrage of people watching. Keep in mind, the police and EMT knew full well that people were watching and videotaping it. There’s no reason to be so half hearted about it — unless the goal was to generate outrage.
Once more, here is George Floyd, with what appears to be no legs at all. It’s not so much that the video quality is grainy, it’s that it looks like he has no legs at all.
Right after the image of apparently a legless George Floyd, the camera turns to Tou Thao, the officer standing guard. It could be that he moved to keep onlookers from advancing. It could also be that he wanted the camera’s attention diverted while something else was happening.
Lo and behold: George Floyd has legs again. At least that’s what it looks like. Were there some extensions available in the stretcher, then attached while Tou Thao was diverting attention away?
9. Innocent Man Framed For This
Yes, these were shown before, but worth showing again. Derek Chauvin is not the man who was crushing George Floyd’s neck. Contrast mug shots with screen shots from the video. It’s clear as day, yet the media doesn’t report on this.
10. Floyd Gets Several Memorials
Even heads of state don’t get this kind of treatment, or this level of people coming out. This is absurd, unless of course it was pre-planned from the beginning.
Things just wouldn’t be the same if Al Sharpton wasn’t around to race bait. Endless grandstanding about pain and loss in the black community.
This is really strange. It’s like the coronavirus psy-op has crossed paths with the George Floyd psy-op. It was previously mentioned that a major goal in the shifting of media narratives is to “move on” from legitimate questions about this so-called pandemic, and now get to systemic racism. It seems to have worked very well.
11. Coordinated Riots, Anti-Racism Campaign
Yes, this one murder resulted in random, spontaneous protests and riots across the globe. It caused “systemic racism” to be the new catch phrase and crisis to deal with.
Note: I can’t independently confirm this, but there are rumours circulating that the actual George Floyd may have been dead for up to 3 years when this murder was supposed to have happened. While this would be incredibly messed up to do, it doesn’t seem that far fetched in context with other recent events.
13. Nothing Is What It Seems
On some level it would be fine to accept the official narrative about George Floyd, it’s impossible to take everything at face value. Consider some very questionable details in this story, things that just don’t seem to add up.
Floyd is sporting an illuminati tattoo on his chest
Floyd “may” have been dead for 3 years
Derek Chauvin isn’t the man who did this
The police arrived bizarrely fast on scene, for a minor offense
Floyd was put in the car, then pulled out from the other side
The police act comically evil in these videos
Paramedics apparently wear bullet proof vests
Floyd appears legless at one point
Floyd is given closed casket funeral
Floyd generates global protests/riots
Anti-white racism flares up globally, is coordinated
Lost in the mix is real questioning about the coronavirus. Remember, there is supposedly still a pandemic. Yet the narrative seems to be: shut up, wear your mask, and move on. The Floyd incident has been quite effective at neutralizing opposition. Large gatherings are now allowed, provided it’s protesting for woke causes.
Civil war is coming, and these are just the crisis actors.
What do these women have in common? They are all wearing mind control devices on their heads. It’s meant not just to control their thoughts and actions, but that of those around them, demonstrating their submission. Also see this and see this for those articles. More on the Muslims at the end.
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2. Other Articles On CV “Planned-emic”
CLICK HERE, for #0: Theresa Tam; archives; articles; lobbying. CLICK HERE, for #1: piece on Bill Gates, Pirbright, depopulation. CLICK HERE, for #2: Coronavirus research at U of Saskatchewan. CLICK HERE, for #3: Gates; WHO, ID2020; GAVI; Vaccines. CLICK HERE, for #4: Gates using proxies to push vaxx agenda. CLICK HERE, for #5: Crestview Strategy, GAVI’s lobbying firm. CLICK HERE, for #6: people GAVI/Crestview lobbied follow Gates. CLICK HERE, for #7: M-132, Canada financing pharma research. CLICK HERE, for #8: Canada/WHO & “vaccine hesitancy” research. CLICK HERE, for #9: Raj Saini, lobbied by big pharma (M-132). CLICK HERE, for #10: pharma lobbying in Alberta legislature. CLICK HERE, for #11: ON Pharma; Bill 160 Not Implemented. CLICK HERE, for #12: 2006 report recommends surveillance/vaxx. CLICK HERE, for #13: more on who Theresa Tam really is. CLICK HERE, for #14: AbCellera gets $175.6M from Ottawa. CLICK HERE, for #15: refusing forced medications and vaccinations. CLICK HERE, for #16: Koch/Atlas, both sides in AB court challenge. CLICK HERE, for #17: the CV industry emerging in Canada. CLICK HERE, for #18: buying “vaccine bonds”; GAVI/GPEI grants. CLICK HERE, for #19: the Vaccine Confidence Project. CLICK HERE, for #20: aborted babies used for vaccine development. CLICK HERE, for #21: Gates’ many allies in pharma lobbying.
This should go without saying, but I don’t know 100% that this is what they have in mind. Am trying to make sense of otherwise bizarre and random series of events. So take everything you read from that perspective.
5. Why Cover This Subject?
This may come off as alarmist, but will address it anyway. After seeing events unfold, it’s impossible to believe that events unfolding are not being done for public SAFETY, but for public CONTROL instead.
It’s really brilliant strategy. Shut down entire sectors of society and strip away civil rights. Inflict mental, financial and psychological stress to such a degree that people will be desperate to end it. BY end it, this means go back to the “new normal” as they call it, but ceding that certain rights will be gone forever.
Why do this? If people are willing to wear masks full time (and accept the health risks associated with them), then they will submit to nearly anything. Seeing widespread use in public will have the psychological effect of convincing doubters that there is a real health emergency.
Of course, there is a self-fulfilling prophecy element here. Wearing masks for a long time can cause breathing problems, or make existing ones worse. As such, it may be reported that more people are getting sick, presumably of this virus. Hence the need for more draconian measures.
When other more drastic events happen, such as protests over “systemic racism” across the Western World, the mask issue will get lost in the noise. This of course is done on purpose. Although no government official came out and said publicly this will be permanent, the end result is that it will be. That is of course, unless people stand up to it, and soon.
This is not about public safety, but about public control. And if people are willing to accept a “culture shift” where this becomes normal, what else would they accept?
Does this sound paranoid? Perhaps, but consider the following sections and topics before you decide.
6. Real Reason Tam Flip Flopped
Theresa Tam had been questioned why this change of heart happened. Cynics suggested she downplayed the situation to buy time so that China (where she’s from) could purchase Canadian supplies. While plausible, there is another possible motive, a psychological one.
If face masks had been made mandatory early on, there would likely have been public backlash. This is especially true since the death waves didn’t materialize. So the opposite approach was taken.
By intentionally causing a shortage of PPE, the Canadian Government can cause a panic in claiming that more cases are coming. This takes longer, but makes the shift a lot less obvious. Of course, people are desperate to get their livelihoods back after months long shutdown.
People can get back to work, but only if they wear a mask. And only if they accept other conditions, and conditions to be named later.
7. Culture Shift Is A Major Goal
OTTAWA — Ottawa’s top doctor suggests a “culture shift” is needed to accept people wearing masks or face coverings during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Medical Officer of Health Dr. Vera Etches has been recommending Ottawa residents wear masks to protect themselves from COVID-19 for several weeks.
Now, Ontario’s Ministry of Health and Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam are recommending Canadians wear non-medical face masks when maintaining a two-metre distance isn’t possible.
During a Town Hall with Ottawa’s Board of Trade on Wednesday afternoon, Dr. Etches suggested a “culture shift” is needed to accept wearing a face mask to protect yourself and others from COVID-19.
Speaking on Newstalk 580 CFRA’s Ottawa Now with Kristy Cameron, Dr. Etches said wearing a mask or face covering is a “new behaviour” Canadians have never been asked to do before.
“It’s a new behaviour that we want to make more normal. So shifting the culture,” said Dr. Etches.
“Typically, previously before if we saw someone wearing a mask we’d wonder ‘oh, are they sick’ and be kind of concerned. I think what we’re looking for now is to recognize that people are wearing masks to protect others.”
Ottawa’s Emergency and Protective Services General Manager Anthony Di Monte told reporters on Wednesday afternoon that OC Transpo and Ottawa Public Health are working together on developing a policy for masks on OC Transpo buses and the O-Train.
Di Monte added he doesn’t think the city wants to explore a bylaw mandating people wear face masks in public places and businesses.
The Chair of the Board of Health, Councillor Keith Egli says Ottawa wants to get “buy-in” from the public on wearing masks, just like how everyone bought in to the need for physical distancing to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
“We’ve seen from the actions of our citizens in the past that they get the importance of physical distancing, and I’m confident they’ll get the importance of wearing a mask when that’s impossible.”
You heard it straight from the source. The goal is “shifting the culture” so that Canadians get used to wearing a mask in public. They would rather not push a law to mandate it, but instead get people to accept it internally.
Perhaps we are just animals who need to be trained in a new behaviour. Seems to be where things are going.
Why they would prefer to “shift the culture” as opposed to making such things mandatory? Quite simply, less backlash or chances to be challenged if the masses can be manipulated into doing it willingly.
8. Provinces Jump On Board
She said Public Health will be posting the updated recommendations on medical masks online today, noting that the recommendation isn’t mandatory and will allow for public health officers across Canada to consider their area’s needs.
In the hours after her announcement, public health officers from various provinces began echoing the recommendation. Dr. David Williams, Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, said that as people continue to enter public settings they should be wearing non-medical masks.
“In certain situations such as transit where you cannot be assured that you’ll be able to guarantee that two metre or six foot distance, and we are recommending, strongly recommending the use of [a] facial covering, non-medical, in that time so as to prevent any further transmission to others and to respect their space as well as your space in that regard,” Williams said.
Quebec’s Deputy Premier Genevieve Guilbault also encouraged her province’s residents to adopt the habit of wearing a non-medical mask when in public.
“It’s a new habit that we’re going to have to develop and cultivate. It’s not instinctive for us and perhaps doesn’t come naturally for us yet to wear a face covering when you leave your home, but we must absolutely develop that habit,” she said, speaking in French.
Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Abdu Sharkawy said the latest recommendation is a prudent one, but cautioned that Canadians should not ease up on other public health efforts.
Whether they are complicit in the scam, or just useful idiots, Provincial politicians and officials are once again parroting the talking points of Theresa Tam. This comes despite her repeatedly giving contradictory information.
Forget the conflicting advice. Forget the computer modelling that has been laughably wrong. Forget about the people who have recovered and internally developed antibodies. Don’t stop to think that if this virus (assuming it exists) was anywhere near as deadly as predicted, people would be dropping like flies.
9. Alberta Begins Mask Program
Quebec is asking its residents to wear a mask if they leave their house. Alberta’s chief medical officer of health Dr. Deena Hinshaw said her recommendation is for Albertans to wear a mask if they are going somewhere where they will be two metres from another person.
Hinshaw also stressed that wearing a mask does not replace public health measures.
“Even if someone is wearing a mask, it’s still really important to try and maintain that distancing as much as possible. There may be a mistaken impression that if a group of friends want to get together and have a party, as long as everyone is wearing a cloth mask, they can do so and there’s no problem at all,” she said.
Yes, people should be wearing masks, but don’t assume you would otherwise still enjoy your freedoms.
10. Quebec “Strongly Recommends” Masks
Premier Francois Legault, his health minister and the public health director all donned masks as they entered a media briefing in Quebec City – the first time they have done so. “A good way to greatly reduce the contagion is to wear a mask,” Legault said. “We strongly recommend that you do so.
But Legault said the province won’t make masks mandatory for now, unlike such places as France and New York State, where they are required while using public transit.
Legault said the government doesn’t want to discriminate against those who are unable to buy or make their own masks. Legault also said it would be difficult legally to order that masks be worn, because they haven’t been proven to be 100 per cent effective in stopping the spread of the virus.
But Montreal civil rights lawyer Julius Grey said the mask doesn’t need to be perfectly effective to be made mandatory. It is enough that the benefit be “reasonably probable” to gain an exemption under Section 1 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms – which outlines a balance between the rights of the individual and the interests of society, he said.
Grey said forcing people to wear masks might infringe on individual rights but it would be considered a “reasonable limit” as long as the mask rules were not too draconian.
“It’s only common sense,” Grey said. “These are charter rights, but they can be limited for something as serious as COVID.”Grey noted that the Quebec government’s own secularism law prohibits certain public servants deemed to be in positions of authority – including teachers, judges and police officers – from wearing religious symbols, such as turbans, kippas and hijabs.
“How is it they can prohibit the hijab, but they can’t mandate and enforce the mask for public safety?” Grey asked with a laugh.
Grey noted that most physical distancing measures introduced since COVID-19 raise charter issues. He said that’s likely to repeat when a vaccine for coronavirus emerges, given there are many opposed to vaccination despite the need to protect society as a whole.
Quebec’s public health department last month began offering instructions for homemade masks. And last week, Montreal’s transit authority announced it would distribute 600,000 masks in the coming weeks to transit users, saying they would not be obligatory because it wouldn’t be able to enforce the rule.
Quebec public health director Dr. Horacio Arruda said Tuesday he wouldn’t hesitate to make masks compulsory if necessary. “But when we make it mandatory, we will make sure that people who cannot afford them cannot be discriminated against compared to those who can,” Arruda told reporters.
So it’s not being made mandatory in Quebec, at least for now. However the goal is to apply social pressure to people into conforming, to get the public to force skeptics into compliance.
Masks are being given out for free. Of course they are. If you want someone to submit to absurd demands, then make it as easy as possible for them to do so.
Interestingly, this puts Quebec in the strange position of proposing mandatory masks for health reasons, even as they banned face coverings for being a security risk, and diluting their culture.
It’s rather disturbing to see this article. While it is cloaked in the language of “strongly recommended”, it also clearly talks about making it mandatory, and whether it would survive a Charter challenge in court.
11. New Brunswick & Mandatory Masks
The province also announced new rules for wearing face masks.
“When outside of the home, and in any location in which physical distancing of 2 metres is not possible, people must wear a face covering that covers their mouth and nose,” the government said in a news release. “Effective June 9, everyone entering a building open to the general public must wear a face covering. Children under the age of two, children of any age while attending licensed early education and childcare facilities, and those unable to wear face coverings due to medical issues are exempt from these requirements.”
On June 5th, the New Brunswick Government announced that masks would be mandatory for entering any public building as of June 9th. That was reversed a day later, which sounds great. However, the reversal was not one of principle, but of putting extra burdens on people. Potentially it could still happen later.
11. Cities Implementing Mask Use
Toronto Mayor John Tory has given consideration to the idea, but hasn’t made it law yet.
MONTREAL — A municipality on the island of Montreal is boasting that it has become the first jurisdiction in Canada to make wearing a mask mandatory for anyone entering a business or a city-owned building.
Cote St-Luc Mayor Mitchell Brownstein said his council passed the bylaw on Monday, and businesses have two weeks to comply. Fines for businesses and individuals who violate the bylaw range from $100 to $500, he said.
Brownstein said all business owners will be required to post a sign provided by the city alerting clients to wear a mask upon entry. He said exceptions will be made for people with asthma or other health conditions or disabilities preventing them from wearing masks.
He said his office researched the situation across the country and found no other town or province that has gone this far. “We want to make Cote St-Luc the safest place for people to shop, and hopefully the provinces in Canada will follow,” Brownstein said in an interview Tuesday.
On Monday, Ottawa’s transit commission voted to make mask-wearing on public transit mandatory starting June 15, but officials said they will not prohibit unmasked people from boarding.
Cote St-Luc has gone further and made masks mandatory. Let’s see how long this lasts.
Even within businesses, this mind control can be implemented. By denying people access without masks, such as Whole Foods, Longo’s, it makes submission more and more likely
Granted, retailers may ease up. However, it’s chilling to see them risk losing customers to this hoax. But as long as the businesses are doing it voluntarily, it’s not government overreach.
An article by VICE inadvertently looks at the issue in a different light. Could demanding your own subjugation be viewed as a human right worth striking over?
And no, this is by no means limited to Canada. Parts of the United States and other countries are also implementing various degrees of the same program.
That one is from New Mexico, but the same idea applies.
12. Mandatory Masks On Travel
COVID-19 is a global public health challenge that has changed the daily lives of people around the world, and ensuring the safety and security of Canadians remains the Government of Canada’s top priority.
Today, the Minister of Transport, the Honourable Marc Garneau, announced new measures requiring all air passengers to have a non-medical mask or face covering to cover their mouth and nose during travel. These measures come into effect at noon EDT on April 20, 2020.
Domestic travel has now been somewhat reopened. The catch? Submitting to wearing a mask. This on top of the other nonsense that is pushed on passengers.
Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown, who “identifies” as a conservative, announced on June 3rd that face masks will be mandatory for public transit. It was such as urgent matter it won’t actually be implemented until July 2nd.
This is problem isn’t just in Canada. Take a look at our Southern neighbour, and you will see some of the same behaviour.
Certainly images like this (forcing people off buses), create bad optics for officials, but there are other ways to achieve the same goals.
Not only have Canadian officials been laughably incompetent, but so have the American ones. Fauci of course is the public face, but the Surgeon General seems to toe the line. However, one might ask if this had been calculated ahead of time: to appear to be unprepared in order to frighten the public.
Dr. Anthony Fauci now says that a second wave of COVID-19 may not even happen and that wearing a mask is largely symbolic at this point.
In a Wednesday interview with CNN’s “Newsroom,” Fauci — member of the White House’s coronavirus task force — said that a second COVID-19 wave is not necessarily inevitable.
“We often talk about the the possibility of a second wave, or of an outbreak when you’re reopening,” Fauci explained. “We don’t have to accept that as an inevitability.”
Anthony Fauci has finally admitted that masks really are just symbolic, and that the dreaded “repeat waves” were just speculation. So the U.S. was largely shut down on guesswork.
14. Press Briefings Are Hoax
These press conferences are a farce in the sense that the reporters are wearing masks strictly for show. They take them off as soon as the camera is off. And the President doesn’t even bother.
Despite the obvious signs that this is a hoax, on the state level, mask requirements are piling up. The site, MASKS4ALL.CO tracks it by state level. So far, 14 have statewide orders. The website also recommends contacting your Member of Congress to push for wider laws.
To long to go into here, but the computer modelling used to make these predictions has been debunked. In fact, the researchers have a long history of overinflated predictions. To be clear, modelling isn’t proof of anything — it’s guesswork. Yet major decisions are made because of it.
For a great summary of this, Jill Colton did a video on it. She drops a lot of truth bombs in it.
16. Shift To Race Riot Psy-Op
The murder of George Floyd by Derek Chauvin made international news. The video is still widely available online, which is strange considering the censorship levels that YouTube and other outlets engage in.
Another obvious thing: it wasn’t Derek Chauvin that did this. Look at the side by side pictures (one of the perpetrator, the other of Derek Chauvin’s mugshots. They look nothing alike, yet the media is being silent on it. Chauvin isn’t the man responsible, and in retrospect, we don’t even know that Floyd is dead, or that it was even him.
One would think that having the police department burned down would cause someone to speak out publicly that the man who allegedly killed Floyd wasn’t the officer in question. If telling the crowd that “it wasn’t one of our people” doesn’t work, what approach would you take?
Of course, don’t expect the mainstream media to cover this story properly. Here is Jennifer Mayerle perpetuating the coronavirus psy-op with her mask, while she covers the George Floyd psy-op in her talk. Mayerle clearly has trouble breathing with her mask on (just listen to her), but the act must keep going.
This is from NBC News. How messed up is it to be forced play along with the “pandemic” psy-op, while being charged with serious crimes resulting from the Floyd psy-op?
See how effective this has been? By intentionally shutting down entire sectors of society, governments have made people desperate to return to normal. And they can, if a few freedoms are permanently given away.
Now that the media attention is focused on rioting (from the psy-op listed earlier), the media has a new crisis to focus on. Wearing masks is “the new normal”. We need to move on and focus on the systemic racism that is breaking our nations apart.
Forget all that “social distancing” that was all the rage before. Forget about staying at home whenever possible, and avoiding crowds. None of that matters anymore. Protesting is totally fine, just WEAR A MASK.
18. Protesting Exemption For Racism
This is disturbing on many levels. Then man pretending to be Trudeau, and his adoring public, are wearing useless masks to protect themselves from a fake pandemic. While doing that, they are taking a knee to atone for the non-existent problem of systemic racism. Of course, the real Trudeau has worn blackface several times, and openly calls Canadians “racist”.
It’s hard to tell how many people actually are taking this seriously. Nonetheless, it is chilling to see Canada, or anyone, go down this path.
Nonetheless, there has been a very successful bait and switch performed here. The “planned-emic” started out in slow motion, but then more and more rights were taken away. The economy is slowing being allowed to reopen, but in a controlled fashion. The new normal is one where face coverings will be expected, if not required or legislated.
Of course the obvious question has to be asked: why in the world would Tam, or anyone RECOMMEND that people attending protests on these loaded subjects conceal their faces? Is the goal to create anarchy and chaos?
19. Make Public Submission Easy/Affordable
Alberta plans, at least for now, to make free masks available virtually everywhere to encourage their use. Make Albertans think these free gifts are for their benefit.
There’s actually a trend that is emerging: deny a person access to a place of business, but provide free masks at the entrance. The reason? To make it “easier” for people to go about their day. Just one catch: they must agree to a face covering.
The plan of course being to change behaviour and culture in the long term.
20. Parallel With Islamic Head Coverings
Okay, we finally get to the topic of contrasting the forced wearing of face masks with forcing girls and women to wear the hijab. There are a lot of the same techniques at play here.
Wear a hijab as part of 1 world vision
Wear a hijab to show you’re not a bigot
Wear a hijab as an act of solidarity
Wear a hijab to avoid harassment/rape
Wear a hijab to avoid being arrested
Wear a hijab to avoid being killed
World Hijab Day is a real thing: it’s to celebrate the head coverings, even for people who aren’t Muslims. Of course, this all looks fine and dandy. Never mind the very real fact that in many countries, women don’t have the choice, but are forced to wear one.
Then there is this approach: if you won’t wear a hijab in order to avoid harassment or sexual assault, do it to avoid Islamophobia and show tolerance. Remember, not all Muslims are bad people, and you should be more accepting of them.
Yes, wearing a hijab to show solidarity with the group is something that has been suggested by both Muslims, and non-Muslim useful idiots.
According to the EU Times, even in 2016, Austrian girls were putting the hijab on to prevent assault and harassment from Muslim men. Despite the girls not being Muslim, or having anything to do with that culture, they WILLINGLY put the headscarf on in order to protect themselves. Many would say that not allowing such incompatible people in would be a great idea. Many would support deporting such people. Instead, the pressure is put on locals to conform for their own safety.
In other countries, women are actually arrested for refusing to wear the hijab. Punishment can come in the forms of a fine, lashings, imprisonment, or a combination thereof. Remember, in the West, people are told to embrace the hijab as empowerment.
Not the first honour killing to happen. A 16 year old was killed by her brother and father, at least partially, for refusing to wear a hijab. This happened in Canada.
Many women will say they wear it willingly, but are they really? Some will yes, but is fear of harassment, abuse, rape, or arrest contributing to many more wearing it? Is it really a choice when it is made under duress? How much is due to family pressure?
21. Consequence Of Mask Refusal
The comparison of face masks to the Muslim head scarf may seem absurd on the surface, but consider what is happening already in parts of the West.
People are being fined for refusing to wear one
People are prohibited from taking public transit
People are prohibited from flying without a mask
People are prohibited from entering certain stores
Certain jobs now require a mask at all times
Certainly, there isn’t an exact duplication, but there are parallels. Even in the West, women began “willingly” wearing the headscarf to avoid physical and emotional attacks.
The virus mask, on the other hand, seems to be enforced with a more Chinese style “social credit” type of way. Restrict things that the public is allowed to access without it.
In both cases, mental manipulation is required to sustain it.