1. Brave parent from Mao’s China compares modern US to the Cultural revolution in China
Watch a brave parent who grew up in Mao’s China point out all of the identical traits b/n the Cultural Revolution and what LCPS, and really every school system, are doing through the use of CRT. pic.twitter.com/zH7XuyBmW6
— The Virginia Project UAC (@TVPUAC) June 9, 2021
The article is only interesting because it is people who explain that Ms. Dover is alive and well. But no actual statement from her at all. The comments however are much more revealing. The sceptics politely ask for proof, hoping that she is well, but suggesting she produce a video of herself to put to rest all the speculation about her death subsequent to the fainting episode. The people who insist she is well though, they take a dramatically different approach. They heap scorn, contempt and insults on anyone that politely asks for proof, calling them primitive or “anti-vaxxers” and of course, Trump supporters. The anti-vaxxers one is always revealing because calling someone skeptical of a global coerced mass vaccination campaign with an experimental new gene therapy someone who is ideologically opposed to vaccines, would be a perfect equivalent calling someone who is opposed to giving pregnant women thalidomide, “Anti-medicine”.
3. Police thuggery in Melbourne Victoria
4. Montreal: One begins to wonder why you cannot place a police-person under citizen’s arrest for assault when they are clearly guilty of it.
Couple shared information, virus samples from high-security lab with Chinese institute
China says its scientific co-operation with Canada should not be politicized, responding to questions about two scientists fired from Canada’s only Level 4 lab — a case that has led to an RCMP investigation, demands for details in Parliament and concerns about Chinese espionage.
Very few people know why Dr. Xiangguo Qiu and her biologist husband, Keding Cheng, were marched out of the Winnipeg-based National Microbiology Lab (NML) two years ago and stripped of their security clearance. They were officially fired last January.
However, two national security experts believe the case of the scientists raises the possibility of Chinese espionage.
“It appears that what you might well call Chinese agents infiltrated one of the highest prized national security elements when it comes to biosecurity and biodefence,” said Christian Leuprecht, a security expert and professor at the Royal Military College and Queen’s University.
(If CBC is willing to say this much, the truth must be utterly horrifying.)
(Of course fall is when Flu season starts, so they can extend it again till spring. Anyone still falling for this deserves what they get. “Delta Variant” or no.)
Toronto city bylaws requiring people to wear masks in public and keep a six-foot distance from others will be extended to October, council voted Wednesday.
Council also voted to extend the amendments to Toronto’s municipal code that require bars and restaurants serving food and drink to screen staff for COVID-19, limit the number of patrons, including the number of people at each table, and to continue maintaining customer logs.
Dr. Eileen de Villa, the city’s medical officer of health, will review the bylaws on a monthly basis and make changes as needed, council decided.
On a motion by Coun. Joe Cressy (Ward 10 Spadina-Fort York), council also agreed to urge the Ontario government to prioritize and increase vaccine supplies for the second dose of COVID-19 in hot spot communities in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton area and across Ontario.
So far, 72 per cent of Toronto residents have received a first dose and 11 per cent have received a second dose.
While COVID-19 infection numbers are in decline provincially and in Toronto, there is concern that the new, more contagious Delta variant, first identified in India, could stall that progress or turn it back.
(So this bylaw is for a new variant we don’t have. And are they admitting then that the ‘vaccines’ are not effective against this variant? Which is a safe guess as they clearly are not effective against any form of the disease if the Seychelles and other highly vaccinated locations are to be examined.)
Thank you M., KAF., Johnny U., Pauline, Richard, Blazing Cat Fur, Hellequin GB., MissPiggy, HeHa and MANY more for your attentiveness and intellects.