1.From another honest doctor, if Ivermectin didn’t work, why is there a war against it?
aaand… another massive attack. PLEASE realize there is literally a global war on ivermectin. If it didn’t work, you wouldn’t see this level of heinous ferocity trying to kill it. I worry so few realize what has happened to US society. They are literally trying to kill us for $ https://t.co/wXJQXPxS0X
— Pierre Kory, MD MPA (@PierreKory) October 16, 2021
2. Medical staff escorted from hospital for refusing to be experimented on by a substance they know to be harmful
3. French leader Macron, who was the first to force awful vaxx mandates and passports, even preventing the unvaxxed from buying food locally at one point, celebrates something or other in a crowded room with no masks or social distancing.
The shoplifting problem has escalated to prescription drugs. Santa Ana, California ??pic.twitter.com/HogiGtyNs7
— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) October 11, 2021
(It’s voluntary. For now.)
A way for renters, homeowners, and businesses to pay back for living and working on unceded lands
The people behind Reciprocity is working at “decolonizing our backyards.”
What does that mean?
“Essentially, Reciprocity was born to give people a clear and simple way to recognize Indigenous rights,” Sarah Reid, the organization’s program director, tells Vancouver Is Awesome.
Specifically, it’s a way for people living on the historical lands of B.C.’s First Nations to financially recognize that fact. Reid calls it a way to decolonize our collective backyard without waiting for government action.
The mechanics of it are fairly simple. Reciprocity will run different trust funds based on different regions; right now they’re focusing on launching the South Island Reciprocity Trust with a Lower Mainland Reciprocity Trust also in the works (which would include Metro Vancouver).
People will voluntarily choose to pay into the trusts as something akin to rent.
“Through Reciprocity Trusts, British Columbians can start saying thank you for over one hundred and fifty years of rent-free living by paying a little back each year,” states Reciprocity’s website. “These annual payments will go directly to participating Indigenous Nations, who have control over where they accept payments from and what priorities they go towards.”
(I wonder how the ethnically Chinese, who make up a sizeable portion of Vancouver’s land owners will view this program?)
Thank you all who contributed to this and all posts this weekend.