1. This woman, @Angelaisawake, appears to be an agregator of serious mRNA jab reactions. Its an interesting follow for those curious about how this is going.
It looks like Deb spoke a little too soon…
— Angela Nashville (@Angelaisawake) April 27, 2021
Sara Stickles was a 28 year old healthcare worker who passed away after her [email protected] due to a brain aneurysm. Although many may be aware by now of her passing away in February, Sara’s brother has created a “go fund me” for Sara’s 8 year old son. pic.twitter.com/fbEXEZUxD6
— Angela Nashville (@Angelaisawake) April 26, 2021
The Liberal-dominated House of Commons Heritage committee has cleared the way for the federal government to regulate video content on internet social media, such as YouTube, the same way it regulates national broadcasting, under a new amendment made to a bill updating the Broadcasting Act.
Critics denounced the move to give the country’s broadcast regulator the ability to oversee user-generated content, and said it amounted to an attack on the free expression of Canadians, particularly in light of Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault’s recent plans to give Ottawa power to order take-downs of online content it deems objectionable.
“Granting a government agency authority over legal user generated content — particularly when backed up by the government’s musings about taking down websites — doesn’t just infringe on free expression, it constitutes a full-blown assault upon it and, through it, the foundations of democracy,” said Peter Menzies, a former commissioner of the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission.
(The man behind this new power is an eco-terrorist who spent time inside for climbing the CN tower in Toronto for some cause or other)
3. Italians fight the tyranny Hollywood style
4. What’s Her Face does another killer video
She is wrong about one thing though. The best evidence of Trudeau’s communist ideology is not his admiration of China. Its when he said he was in 2006:
Emmanuel Macron has threatened to punish generals who signed an open letter warning that the country is heading for ‘civil war’ because of radical Islam.
Twenty retired generals, as well as several serving soldiers, signed the letter which warned that failure to act against the ‘suburban hordes’ – a reference to the predominantly immigrant population of the housing estates which surround French cities – will lead to deaths ‘in the thousands.’
The government strongly condemned the letter, which was published on the 60th anniversary of a failed coup d’etat by generals opposed to France granting independence to Algeria.
These are unacceptable actions,’ Defence Minister Florence Parly said Monday, adding that serving military members had flouted a law requiring them to remain politically neutral.
(Several years ago, the former General who was head of the famed, French Foreign Legion, spoke out against the invasion of Islam to France. Many mysterious maladies befell him and he had to walk things back and forward again. We covered all that on Vlad at the time.)
General Piquemal: The problem is Islam
Thank you EB., M., Johnny U., Richard, PC., RVS., Debbie, Malca, Hellequin GB., Miss Piggy and MANY more who have been focused and brave enough to recognize old and trusted ideas may be betraying them.