From Florida to Australia: Links 2, December 26, 2022

1. DeSantis discusses mask, vaxx and covid lies

2. Various Canadian Doctors treat us with The Twelve Lies of Covid.

Normally there is a temptation to skip over this sort of thing, but this one is rather clever. The names will be familiar to Canadians, and Charles Hoffe deserves to have a statue built to him in every Canadian city.

I was considering linking the book of Job to my mention of Charles Hoffe, but it isn’t a perfect match. There is a butchered version of a biblical quote in the movie, Pulp Fiction which is, while not biblical, rather excellent for many situations and certainly fits Hoffe and Mary O’Connor and many many other (although by a country mile not enough) amazing people who stood up to tyranny and dealt with reality for the benefit of all mankind and paid an enormous price for it. No wonder the story of Jesus, Prometheus and a few others are so archetypal. The Pulp Fiction quote which claims to be taken from: Ezekiel 25:17, is actually Quentin Tarantino’s own work except for the last lines which really is from Ezekiel. “The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he who, in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of the darkness, for he is truly his brother’s keeper and the finder of lost children.

The Pulp Fiction character ends with an actual bible verse which he ties to the fiction above: “I will carry out great vengeance on them and punish them in my wrath. Then they will know that I am the LORD, when I take vengeance on them.” 

But the part about being beset on all sides with horrors launched by selfish and evil people we have all witnessed against people like Charles Hoffe and also has suffered some of the losses of Job, and all because he told the truth about some Amer-Indians in his medical care who got seriously injured or died from taking the experimental DoD mRNA shots. And others for helping people not get them without losing everything they own and have worked for.

3. ‘Unity’ Freedom Convoy to gather in Winnipeg in 2023

The second iteration of the Freedom Convoy, dubbed the “World Unity Convoy” will gather in Winnipeg, MB from February 17 to 21 to celebrate the Freedom movement’s achievements of the previous year.

“We will be inviting groups from all over the nation to join us in unity for a better future for children across the world and within Canada,” announced convoy organizer ‘BigBear’ during a Facebook livestream on Christmas day.

The FaceBook video announcing this gathering is here.

Related: Interesting interview with Ottawa Convoy organizer, Brian Dichter

4. Four power substations vandalized in Washington state, over 14K lost power

(What was that about omelettes and eggs again?)

The search continued Monday for vandals who targeted four power substations on Christmas Day in Pierce County, Washington, setting fire to at least one of the facilities and knocking out power to more than 14,000 utility customers, authorities said.

Two of the break-ins were at Tacoma Public Utilities substations and two others were at a Puget Sound Energy station, according to the sheriff’s office in Pierce County, which encompasses Tacoma.

No arrests have been announced.

The vandalism came amid a string of similar sabotage incidents across the country, including several in the Northwest, and follows a bulletin issued last month by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security warning that critical infrastructure could be among the targets of possible attacks by “lone offenders and small groups motivated by a range of ideological beliefs and/or personal grievances.”

“It is unknown if there are any motives or if this was a coordinated attack on the power systems,” the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.

(So interesting that the beliefs themselves are not mentioned unless even in the most abstract way, they can tie it to “Right Wing” or “White supremacy”.)

5. Hilarious moment BBC reporter is hit in the face with sudden snow drift in broadcast

The article details that the story was about the protest on Jan. 6 which of course, they turn into the second American Civil War, and Trump supporters protesting an obviously stolen election are the South. When she gets hit in the face by some blowing snow, it isn’t particularly funny, as the headline suggests. Closer to a response to all her hot air.

Thank you all for trecking along with all this. 

Meanwhile, in Australia…

 

 

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

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