1. Free at last? No so fast: 3rd wave of lockdowns in the peak of spring “inevitable” thanks to mutations. As if all viruses didn’t mutate constantly. This being CTV news it is no surprise there is not a single question on the narrative of this thing whatsoever. Its all vaccine vaccine vaccine and remove our rights for our own good.
One of Canada’s chief propaganda agents covers the message of Canada’s chief public health officer: New variants could mean (will mean) MUCH harsher restrictions cause new mutations.
Neither network bothered to ask any of these experts why South Dakota has no cases or near zero, and Sweden seems to be just fine and neither one did any lockdowns. No one questioned why travel restrictions seems to be the only option and lock downs when lots of places didn’t do them and seem to be just fine. They lie about Australia as well. Victoria is into its THIRD major lockdown. Still waiting for an answer to see if Canada is still getting daily flights from China with no obstacles and if people are still walking in at Roxham Rd. All I can find out so far is some journalists that tried to find that out got thrown out of Toronto airport. So I guess we can take that as a yes.
Saddled with hundreds of failed state companies in an economy barreling over a cliff, the Venezuelan government is abandoning socialist doctrine by offloading key enterprises to private investors, offering profit in exchange for a share of revenue or products.
Dozens of chemical plants, coffee processors, grain silos and hotels confiscated over the past two decades have been transferred — but not sold — to private operators in so-called strategic alliances, nine people with knowledge of the matter said. Managers cover payroll and investments, and deliver products and a percentage of their income to the government.
“We believe this is positive because it is the synchronization of the public sector with the private sector,” said Ramon Lobo, a legislator with the ruling socialist party and former finance minister. “The state acts as a supervisor and receives compensation.”
The shift is pronounced in agriculture, part of President Nicolas Maduro’s effort to feed a hungry population after seven years of economic and social collapse. It isn’t clear how much money is brought in by the new policy, which follows last year’s passage of an “anti-blockade” law seeking to reduce the impact of U.S. sanctions and encourage investment. The government now allows dollar remittances to flow and private enterprise to flourish in small pockets.
3. Interesting tweet by a Canadian medical doctor:
It’s sad how many fellow colleagues are seriously considering leaving ??forever due to the catastrophic, unscientific & unconstitutional lockdowns/restrictions. The fact that some Cdns still don’t see how our once great True, North, Strong & Free has fallen is even more alarming.
— Kulvinder Kaur MD (@dockaurG) February 13, 2021
At least 11 people have been arrested after a Black Lives Matter protest turned violent in Manhattan on Friday night.
Around 100 people assembled in Times Square in the early evening for a ‘F**k 12’ anti-police march, according to local news outlets.
Authorities reported that the initial demonstration was peaceful, with video shared to Twitter showing several activists burning a ‘Thin Blue Line’ flag as cops watched on passively.
However, the situation soon escalated after a protester was reportedly arrested on nearby Sixth Avenue, appearing to anger other members of the crowd.
(Lots of photos and video at the Daily Mail linked above)
5. Trump’s lawyer speaks after his victory at the 2nd impeachment attempt. We learn about how President Trump has been treated since he left office. Trump’s Lawyer, his family and firm are under siege right now. This tells us a great deal about the left, and its values.
President Trump has a few things to say about these events. And MAGA, has just begun.
Thank you Sassy, M., Wrath of Khan, and MANY more who have been working in front, on top of, and behind the scenes for all of us day and night.