1. The CHICOM’s gratitude for Trudeau’s treachery on their behalf is rewarded by treachery of their own
Although @CanadianPM expressed adoration for the CCP dictatorship, the CCP state media has now turned on him. The CCP got want they wanted from our Prime Minister-the betrayal of Canada & Canadians. Communism didn’t invade us-we welcomed it. #cdnpoli #wearelivingalie https://t.co/muqjr0MGZ7
— Randy Hillier (@randyhillier) July 4, 2021
2. Bill C-10 is dead. Sing Non Nobis Domine
3. Freedom is in YOUR hands: As Boris Johnson prepares to unveil July 19 blueprint for ending lockdown curbs, he declares it’s time to live with Covid as we do flu… and let Britons use their own judgment
(Let’s hope the gratitude of Britons is not so great that it erases the memory of the facts that ALL the freedoms they lost were wholly unnecessary in the first place, and gratitude at having them returned shows the mentality of a small dog.)
Boris Johnson is to declare an end to most lockdown restrictions today, with social distancing rules, the work from home order, and mask mandates to be ditched from July 19 as he will argue that we must learn to live with coronavirus as we do with the flu.
The Prime Minister will use a press conference this afternoon to confirm a bonfire of virus rules and restrictions from the so-called Freedom Day later this month, in which he will say that individuals will again be able to judge the risks of coronavirus for themselves.
The one-metre plus decree and the work from home order will be dropped, with mask wearing no longer mandatory – while pubs and other venues will not have to collect customer details and will again be able to serve drinks at the bar in a boon for the economy.
4. Here’s a fun comparison. The reasons against taking the mRNA shots Vs. the reasons to take it.
Against: MIT researcher and more, Stephanie Seneff:
Celebrities including the comedian David Walliams and actor Jim Broadbent have called on their fellow Britons to “get back to the rhythm of life”, by getting vaccinated against Covid.
In the film, which is to the tune of a song from the 1966 musical Sweet Charity, Broadbent enters an empty theatre before celebrities including Walliams, actors Asa Butterfield, Colin Salmon, Derek Jacobi and Don Warrington, and singer Nicola Roberts take the stage to perform the song.
Before the launch, Little Britain co-creator Walliams said: “The NHS has done an absolutely fantastic job rolling out Covid-19 vaccines at such speed and, as we do in the film, I want to implore everyone to get their vaccine when called so we can get back to the all-singing, all-dancing, rhythm of life that we love.”
— ??????? ??????? (@BrandonOctober) July 4, 2021
5. A look at Trudeau’s latest addition to his perfectly consistent standard of attacks against Canadians and support of all things islamic, even when it means avoiding mentioning the motives or names of muslim jihadis and killers.
Respectfully, you waited 2 days to pay tribute. But to not mention that an accused man #zameer is charged with first-degree murder is a disappointing omission. @TorontoPolice @TPAca Const. Jeff Northrup was not killed in a line of duty incident but instead was brutally murdered https://t.co/yXyVs7GLSJ
— Joe Warmington (@joe_warmington) July 4, 2021
(Just comparing this to his reaction when an 11 year old girl made up a ludicrous story about an “Asian” (probably meant to say Caucasian) man cut her hijab with scissors and the whole country was subjected to reduction of freedom of speech for what they had to know was a hoax, since cameras, CBC and principles managed to assemble at her school in record speed.)
Thank you Michelle, M., PC., Yucki, TB., Hellequin GB., Johnny U., Olive, EB. and everyone who is willing to try and muck their way out of this maelstrom of real and fake data.