(What a great opportunity to get government out of our rituals)
If you’re looking to get married in the town of Oakville, Ontario, you now have to show proof of full vaccination in order to obtain a marriage license.
As part of Oakville’s vaccine requirements that started on September 22, those making “any new appointments for marriage licenses and ceremonies” will be required to show proof of full vaccination prior to make an appointment. The town does note though that “appointments for marriage licenses and ceremonies that have already been pre-booked [prior to September 22] do not require proof of full vaccination”
“The town’s requirements exceed the province’s proof of vaccination regulations in an effort to provide added protection to our community and town staff from COVID-19,” the town states.
(It’s an odd feeling to want to find a woman and get married, just to spite a small town government)
2. This Reuters article has quite a bit of counter-narrative facts even if its mixed with the usual consensus statements on what we are told to believe.
Delta does not appear to make children sicker; Secondary immune response stronger after infection than after shot
Oct 8 (Reuters) – The following is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. They include research that warrants further study to corroborate the findings and that have yet to be certified by peer review.
Delta variant does not appear to make children sicker
The Delta variant of the coronavirus does not appear to cause more severe disease in children than earlier forms of the virus, a UK study suggests. Earlier this year, the research team found the Alpha variant of the virus did not appear to make children sicker than the so-called wild, or original, form of the virus, first seen in China. New data suggests that kids also do not get any sicker from Delta than they did from Alpha. Researchers compared two groups of school-age children with COVID-19: 694 infected with the Alpha variant between late December 2020 and early May 2021, and 706 infected with Delta between late May and early July. As reported on Thursday on medRxiv ahead of peer review, children infected with Delta had slightly more symptoms. But in both groups, very few children needed to be hospitalized and long periods of illness were uncommon. In both groups, half of the children were sick for no more than five days. The researchers lacked information on differences between the groups that might have influenced the results, such as whether lockdowns were in place, and the effects of different seasons. “Our data suggest that clinical characteristics of COVID-19 due to the Delta variant in children are broadly similar to COVID-19 due to other variants,” the researchers concluded. That appears to jibe with data reported by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). “Although we are seeing more cases in children … these studies demonstrated that there was not increased disease severity in children,” CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said of the Delta-driven wave in a statement. “More children have COVID-19 because there is more disease in the community.”
Secondary immune response stronger after infection than vaccination
3. Australian enemy propaganda channel 7: Victoria police start to quit over mandatory injection of experimental mRNA
4. Let’s hope we see some politicians and police up on these charges:
176(1) Every one who (a) by threats or force, unlawfully obstructs or prevents or endeavours to obstruct or prevent a clergyman or minister from celebrating divine service or performing any other function in connection with his calling, or (b) knowing that a clergyman or ministeris about to perform, is on his way to perform or is returning from the performance of any of the duties or functions mentioned in paragraph (a) (i) assaults or offers any violence to him, or (ii) arrests him on a civil process, or under the pretence of executing a civil process, is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years.
176(2) Every one who wilfully disturbs or interrupts an assemblage of persons met for religious worship or for a moral, social or benevolent purpose is guilty of an offencepunishable on summary conviction.
5. Police in Oz go to a man’s house in the middle of the night because he criticized lockdown policy on Facebook
Armed police show up at a man’s house, in the dead of night, to ask him about his anti-lockdown Facebook posts six months ago. pic.twitter.com/BW8jIWqU5w
— Ezra Levant ? (@ezralevant) October 10, 2021
At last someone asks these state thugs the right questions.
Thank you all for your continued observances and efforts today, and over this long weekend.
The only thing that matters: