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Reading The Canadian Sex Stats

 


Statistics can be used in many ways to make observations.
While there can be a margin of error, numbers help us to organize, prioritize
and identify trends, anomalies, and patterns. In Canada, we have a census that
gathers many kinds of data on Canadians. The Statistics Canada website is
available for those of us who want to know what the number is and possible
changes over time.

 

For instance, did you know that Canada surpassed forty
million inhabitants in 2023? October 1st has an estimate of
40,528,396?
[1]

 

The Windsor CMA (Census Metropolitan Area) which extends
downriver to Amherstburg and communities along the 401 until Tilbury has a
population of 359,672 as of 2022.
[2]

 

Did you know?

  • Canada is home to
    approximately 1 million people who are LGBTQ2+.
  • An estimated 1 million
    people in Canada are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or of another sexual
    orientation than heterosexual – representing 4% of the Canadian population
    aged 15 years and older. Among this population, about 52% are women, 44%
    are men, and 3% are non-binary.
  • Looking specifically at
    gender diversity, about 100,815 people in Canada are transgender (59,460)
    or non-binary (41,355), accounting for 0.33% of the population aged 15
    years and over. Among transgender people, 53% were women and 47% were men.
    [3]

 

Percentages are how we establish majority and minority
designations. The truth of the Canadian numbers is that 4% of people identify
as someone other than a heterosexual man or woman and 1/3 of 1% identify as
transgender and/or non-binary.

 

Without making any derogatory inference, 4% is a minority
group. LGBTQ2+ altogether are sexual minorities. That also means that 96% of
the population over age 15 identify as male and female heterosexuals.

 

Characteristically, minority populations are outnumbered and
have a different experience from the majority. How the majority acts and feels
toward the minority is as varied as how the minority acts and feels toward the
majority.

 

So, moving beyond numbers, what is the vision for the
Kingdom of God and how does that shape the relationship that Christians are to
have with the rest of the world?

 

 

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The End of Snow As We Know It

Among the curiosities of the winter of 2023-24 thus far, it has seen a lot of snow cover in the Northern Hemisphere, with both Environment Canada and the Rutgers Snow Lab reporting levels above the average for the last quarter-century in Canada and the last half-century in the U.S.

Principia Scientifica is an interesting site with some good finds. It generally passes Cogny's "smell test." Read more here: https://thecognitiveman.com/feed/the-end-of-snow-as-we-know-it/

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HRSA continuing to throw the C19 vax injured under the bus

Canada has paid out over $11 million compared to $41,000 in the US

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As U.S. Bank Deposits Resume Outflows, How Quickly Will The U.S. Dollar Collapse?

Reprinted from NOQ report.

While it has been a relatively quiet week in the financial sector, it may not be long before the economy takes over headline news again.

ZeroHedge News reported today that U.S. banks are experiencing more runs on deposits.

US Bank Deposits Resume Outflows, Led By Large Institutions; Small Bank Loan Growth Slumped

It’s late on a Friday afternoon, but there’s still more things to worry about as The Fed’s H.8 (commercial bank deposit data) just dropped.

After yesterday’s report showed the Fed balance sheet shrinking but bank bailout facility usage higherUS commercial bank deposits (ex-large time deposits) unexpectedly resumed their freefall (during the week-ending 4/12), tumbling $68.66 billion to the lowest since April 2021…

Pam Martens of Wall Street on Parade addressed the current “credit crunch” that was revealed this week with the release of the Federal Reserve’s “Beige Book” report.

Fed’s Beige Book: The Credit Crunch Has Arrived in New York, California and Texas

On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve released its Beige Book, a compilation of current economic conditions in each of its 12 Federal Reserve districts. The information that was collected in each of the regional reports was gathered on or before April 10 – so it is relatively current.

It is not a good sign that three of the Fed districts that pump out a significant chunk of U.S. GDP reported that bank credit had tightened noticeably, ostensibly as fallout from the banking collapses in March and depositor runs.

The New York Fed reported that credit conditions in the Second Fed District, which includes New York state, the 12 northern counties of New Jersey, Connecticut’s Fairfield County, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, “deteriorated sharply.” It summarized the situation as follows:

“Conditions in the broad finance sector deteriorated sharply coinciding with recent stress in the banking sector. Small to medium-sized banks in the District reported widespread declines in loan demand across all loan segments. Credit standards tightened noticeably for all loan types, and loan spreads continued to narrow. Deposit [interest] rates moved higher. Finally, delinquency rates edged up on residential and commercial mortgages.”

Almost everyone now in the corporate news media financial sector is admitting that the U.S. Dollar’s decline is a foregone conclusion in the future.

The only question left is, how quickly will it collapse?

Alasdair Macleod of Goldmoney has written the best analysis of the current U.S. Dollar situation that I have read so far, and it was republished on ZeroHedge News as well.

This is a bit of a long read, but it is well worth it to understand what is probably in store for the U.S. Dollar in the future, as he tackles the question: “How quickly will the dollar collapse?”

If you want a spoiler statement from this article, it would be this:

Assuming that foreign holders reduce their dollar exposure and at the margin buy renminbi (Chinese currency), the fall in the dollar relative to the renminbi could be unexpectedly sudden and substantial.

How Quickly Will the Dollar Collapse?

This article looks at the factors behind the growing rejection of the dollar for trade settlement purposes by non-aligned nations around the world. They no longer fear political or economic reprisals from America.

The dollar’s monopoly was notably challenged by Saudi Arabia, which removed itself from the US’s sphere of influence to that of China and Russia. Consequently, peace has broken out throughout the Arab lands.

But rising interest rates have destabilised western banking systems, which have added to the attractions of payment in China’s renminbi relative to maintaining bank deposits and investments in the currencies of the western alliance — particularly of the dollar. Foreigners hold $7 trillion of deposits and short-term bills and $24.5 trillion in bonds and equities. These balances are becoming surplus to their needs.

The outlook is for US bank credit to contract further, which will drive interest rates even higher. More banks can be expected to fail. Foreigners are bound to become increasingly reluctant to hold dollars, which they will sell. Therefore, the question now is not how much will the dollar decline, but how rapidly. 

Introduction

We know that the Russia and China’s desire to do away with the dollar is coming true, due to factors beyond their immediate control. Increasing numbers of nations are now committing to accepting payment for cross border trade in currencies other than the dollar, despite US insistence that the only currency for pricing commodities, settling international trade, and therefore the reserve currency must be its own.

We also know that since the Second World War, the US Government has acted robustly against dissenters to enforce its currency monopoly. Libya’s Ghaddafi and Iraq’s Saddam Hussein both proposed new currencies to free themselves from the dollar and came to a sticky end. But all monopolies eventually fail. Encouraged by signs that the dollar’s has now run its course, increasing numbers of nations are abandoning it.

When the US was the world’s policeman, very few countries would have dared to challenge the mighty dollar. American foreign policy was driven by its battle against communism, protecting economic freedom for nations in its sphere of influence. But for the ruling elites around the world, America created distrust and resentment. These are the world policeman’s legacy.

A seminal event, which westerners have mostly forgotten about, was the Asian crisis of 1998. China believes it was planned by the Americans for their own benefit. Here is an extract from an important speech by Major General Qiao Liang, strategist for the Peoples’ Liberation Army, to the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Committee in April 2016, when he laid down what has become China’s version of events:

“What was the hottest investment concept in 1980s? It was the “Asian Tigers.” Many people thought it was due to Asians’ hard work and how smart they were. Actually, the big reason was the ample investment of U.S. dollars.

“When the Asian economy started to prosper, the Americans felt it was time to harvest. Thus, in 1997, after ten years of a weak dollar, the Americans reduced the money supply to Asia and created a strong dollar. Many Asian companies and industries faced an insufficient money supply. The area showed signs of being on the verge of a recession and a financial crisis.

“A last straw was needed to break the camel’s back. What was that straw? It was a regional crisis. Should there be a war like the Argentines had? Not necessarily. War is not the only way to create a regional crisis.

“Thus, we saw that a financial investor called “Soros” took his Quantum Fund, as well as over one hundred other hedge funds in the world, and started a wolf attack on Asia’s weakest economy, Thailand. They attacked Thailand’s currency Thai Baht for a week. This created the Baht crisis. Then it spread south to Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and the Philippines. Then it moved north to Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, and even Russia. Thus, the East Asia financial crisis fully exploded.

“The camel fell to the ground. The world’s investors concluded that the Asian investment environment had gone south and withdrew their money. The U.S. Federal Reserve promptly blew the horn and increased the dollar’s interest rate. The capital coming out of Asia flew to the U.S.’s three big markets, creating the second big bull market in the U.S.

“When the Americans made ample money, they followed the same approach they did in Latin America: they took the money that they made from the Asian financial crisis back to Asia to buy Asia’s good assets which, by then, were at their bottom price. The Asian economy had no capacity to fight back.

“The only lucky survivor in this crisis was China.”

Whether Qiao was right in his assessment is not the point: this is what the Chinese leadership believes. And in early 2014, they became aware of US plans to stoke up dissent in Hong Kong, which led to student riots later that year. While America has tried several times to provoke China since then (trade tariffs, technology bans, the Huawei saga, Taiwan…), the only action China has taken is to defensively impose greater control over Hong Kong which was demonstrated by American action to be her weak point.

Finally, China’s patience over the dollar appears to be paying off. It has not interfered with America’s global plans, beyond ensuring with Russia that the Asian continent is their joint fiefdom.

But China’s economic tentacles are not confined to Asia. It trades everywhere, and its business and investment plans offer better prospects for all Africa, South America, and even Mexico. If it wasn’t for fear of American reprisals, their support for China and willingness to take its currency in payment would have already happened. But then America took a step too far in sanctioning Russia and leaning on Brussels-based SWIFT to cut Russia out of the dollar-based global payments system.

NATO and the EU fell in line with the Americans, while Asia, numerically far larger in population, backed Russia. The Americans had miscalculated, and for Russia it was business almost as normal while the western alliance suffered soaring energy, commodity, and food prices. This triggered rising interest rates and now credit contraction, leading to an initial banking crisis six weeks ago with the failure of Silicon Valley Bank and Credit Suisse in Europe. In the last six months, the dollar’s trade weighted index has fallen 11%.

Not only has America now demonstrated to every non-aligned nation that its dollar’s power is overrated, but by imposing sanctions on Russia it ended up destabilising its own financial system. And now, non-aligned nations have a free choice: stick with America, its dollar, and its discredited financial system, or deepen ties with China with her credible economic plan and whose economy is now growing.

While there is an element of short-termism in this choice, for the longer-term China offers something which America, its World Bank, and regional network cannot. The World Bank dishes out some charity, which allows it to fill its glossy handouts with tales of doing good. But any emerging nation seeking credit gets it in dollars (which it has to repay, thereby maintaining demand for it) and has to satisfy a business-cum-political case for the loan.

Dealing with China is different. Because her commercial interests align with those of her trading partners, China invests in infrastructure directly on its own or in partnership, building railways, highways, and communications. China can afford to do this because she has a savings driven economy. Furthermore, there are two currencies, onshore and offshore keeping offshore credit from migrating onshore. Therefore, the consequences for consumer price inflation of credit expansion are minimised.

Arguably, a shaky banking system is proving to be the dollar’s final undoing. Nations who hesitated before settling trade in renminbi are no longer doing so, understanding that their dollar reserves and balances are now at risk. There is additional safety in their numbers, because there are too many of them to be picked off by America individually. And if the US banking system continues to crumble, the interconnectedness with the other western alliance currencies is also at risk.

Other than those in the American camp, central banks are also re-evaluating their reserve policies. We have seen them add to their gold reserves, which is the same thing as selling dollars. According to the IMF, total foreign reserves fell by the equivalent of one trillion dollars in 2022, with the dollar content alone falling by $600bn. Renminbi in reserves at the year-end were only $298bn equivalent, so presumably they will be added to.

But is there really a need for currency reserves? The only case that can be made is for exchange rate and crisis management. Extending swap lines is inflationary, and a tool deployed only between the six major central banks — the Fed, Bank of Canada, Bank of England, the ECB, Bank of Japan, and the Swiss National Bank. It’s an elite arrangement that excludes the other 149 central banks.

They only need credit liquidity to settle their trade in other currencies. Therefore, a large proportion of dollar reserves held by central banks, which the IMF puts at $6.471 trillion, is becoming available for sale. To this must be added dollars held by private sector actors in the nostro/vostro correspondent banking system.

The end of the petrodollar’s monopoly

In so far as the public is aware, the dollar’s hiatus kicked off last December, when President Biden visited Saudi Arabia, followed by President Xi. The difference in their reception said it all, with Biden accorded a low-key welcome while Xi was honoured with all the Arab pomp and ceremony Muhammad bin Salman could muster. It was at Xi’s meeting that the Saudis agreed to accept payment for oil in renminbi.

These were merely the latest in a long line of developments. In 2014, a director of one of the major Swiss gold refiners told me that they were working round the clock recasting LBMA 400-ounce bars into the new 99.99 Chinese kilo standard. Bars from the Middle East, many of which appeared to have come out of long-term storage, were being returned to their owners recast to the new kilo standard. The only conclusion is that nine years ago the Arab world saw the future for their wealth being bound up more with China and Asia than with the Europeans and Americans. Coincidently, that was when America was believed by China to be stoking up trouble in Hong Kong, and provoking Russia into taking Crimea.

Further confirmation of how the geopolitical plates were shifting came in 2018 when President Putin and MBS high-fived at the G20 conference in Buenos Aires. From their body language it was clear that there was a confidential understanding between the two leaders and that they were working together. And in the five years since, the determination of Europe and North America to ban fossil fuels entirely has confirmed the foresight of the Arabs who nine years ago were recasting their gold bars into the Chinese standard.

By promising to do away with oil and gas on a rapidly shortening timescale, the West has offered the two Asian hegemons an open goal. Russia, Iran, and Saudi Arabia between them have nearly all the cheap cost oil and have a high degree of price control over global energy markets.

You can tell that America has now lost its influence over the Middle East because peace has returned to the region. Saudi Arabia is mending fences with Iran, Assad of Syria is expected to visit Riyadh shortly, Qatar and Bahrain are resuming diplomatic relations, and the first round of Yemeni peace talks have been successfully concluded. But America is not happy. William Burns from the CIA recently flew to Riyadh seeking a meeting with MBS, presumably to see where the CIA stood in the light of developments and to reconnoitre the situation. The nuclear attack submarine USS Florida transited Suez, in support of the Fifth Fleet and is presumed to be on its way into the Gulf.

Clearly, America’s intention is to escalate tensions, with a threat to attack Iran, whose nuclear programme is well advanced as the excuse. But realistically, the Americans are powerless. And if they do decide to attack Iran, they would also make enemies of the entire region — as MBS surely made clear to William Burns.

Other than security matters, the big issue is over currencies. Of course, the Gulf Cooperation Council members will still accept dollars. But America now has a banking crisis, the Fed itself is deeply in negative equity along with the other major central banks, and foreign holders of dollars have too many for future trade conditions.

The alternative is China and renminbi

It was reported this week that China’s GDP grew by 4.5% in the first quarter of this year, headlined by a recovery in consumer spending with retail sales growing by 10.6% in March alone. And while the west’s financial analysts’ attention is usually directed towards consumer activity first and foremost, everyone else knows that China has a savings driven economy, which allows credit to drive industrial investment without consumer prices inflating. 

There is an understandable fear that China’s demand for commodities will keep prices high at a time when America and Europe will enter recession on the back of contracting bank credit. Furthermore, there has been a lack of new mine discoveries and capital investment in commodity extraction, suggesting that commodity and energy supplies will remain tight. But as yet, in China statistical evidence that credit is driving capital formation is yet to emerge. 

Indeed, the pause in overall capital investment is consistent with China switching its strategic emphasis from its export trade to America and Europe to developing Asian markets. Furthermore, American manufacturers are reassessing their supply chain arrangements in the current geopolitical atmosphere.

But when it comes to choosing currencies, all the non-aligned nations supplying China know that her plans go far beyond domestic manufacturing with an ambition to bring about an industrial revolution throughout Asia. That is in their minds when they contrast receiving payment for exports in dollars to be lodged in the unsafe US banking system, compared with renminbi lodged in a state-guaranteed Chinese bank. And it is also in their minds when they compare the economic prospects for China compared with those of America and its close allies.

Even America’s allies are becoming unsure of their commitment to dollars. France recently accepted payment in renminbi for liquid natural gas. Other members of the European Union are plainly sitting on the fence, aware that to cut themselves off from the largest economy in the world which is growing while America’s is not, is ill-advised.

Furthermore, Europe has direct rail links across the Eurasian continent not just to China, but also to the entire continent. Shortly, they will connect directly to the Indian sub-continent as well, which is now officially the world’s most populous nation. Even the British cannot afford to follow Washington’s lead and restrain trade relations with China.

Trade imbalances are set to increase for America and much of Europe anyway. National accounting identities tell us that in the absence of changes in savings behaviour, a budget deficit leads to a matching trade deficit — the twin deficits syndrome. As contracting bank credit undermines the US economy, the US Government will face declining tax revenues, increasing welfare costs, and soaring borrowing costs.

The deficit on trade will increase in lockstep with the budget deficit— only this time, the balance of payments will almost certainly increase with the trade deficit because foreign exporters are unlikely to retain their dollar payments.

For the US Government and us all, it is likely to become a two-pronged headache. The first is that foreign demand for US Treasuries will not only disappear, but they will turn sellers when the funding requirement is rising.

Secondly, with global trade payments migrating to renminbi and China’s export trade continuing to thrive on filling America’s increasing trade gap, she will be cast as the villain of the peace. And any attempt by the US Government to introduce yet higher trade tariffs and bans on Chinese technology will not remedy the situation.

It must be acknowledged that a consequence of China’s economy expanding while America’s slumps could turn America’s current sabre-rattling over Taiwan into outright conflict.

Assessing the impact of dollar liquidation

There are two elements of dollar liquidation to consider, commencing with liquid bank deposits, certificates of deposit, Treasury, and commercial bills etc. with maturities of less than one year. According to the US’s Treasury International Capital statistics, at end-December these amounted to $7,074bn in credit liabilities due to all foreigners. This is the immediate amount that potentially hangs over foreign exchange markets.

At the same time, US residents have liabilities to them in foreign currencies of the equivalent of only $384bn. The ratio of foreign owned dollars to US owned foreign currency is 18.4 times. Put another way, this is the approximate imbalance between potential dollar selling by all foreigners and the ability of US buyers to absorb it by selling their foreign currency in return for dollars. On the face of it, this differential could fuel a rapid fall in the dollar’s exchange rate against foreign currencies.

It is also possible that a bank will buy in dollars for its own book and creates credit in a foreign currency in favour of the dollar seller. But that activity is likely to be limited to branches of foreign banks in New York with access to the relevant foreign wholesale credit markets and assumes they would wish to buy dollars.

But the most likely method to stop a sliding dollar would be either for the exchange stabilisation fund to intervene, which would reduce broad money supply when the Fed would be struggling to stop it contracting further; or for the Fed to seek cooperation from its swap line partners to buy dollars and sell their own currencies in return, which is highly inflationary.

This leads us to consider the outlook for interest rates and how foreign perceptions of financial risks might change, particularly with regard to systemic risk in the US banking system. We know that a weakening currency tends to lead to higher interest rates. And that rising interest rates might be expected to support the dollar’s exchange rate.

But there is the danger of a negative feed-back loop, whereby risks to the dollar’s exchange rate increases along with interest rates. This is because rising interest rates will destabilise the US economy and government finances, leading to higher budget and trade deficits. And portfolio assets, defined as being of more than one year’s maturity will fall in value.

The chart above shows how foreign holdings of long-term securities have been inflating in recent years on a quarter-to-quarter basis, mainly due to an increase in foreign private holdings. In January, private and public sector holdings totalled $24,548bn. And though choppy, there now appears to be a declining trend. These figures are in addition to foreign owned non-financial assets, such as real estate, farmland, factories, and offices.

US ownership of foreign long-term securities totals $14.263 trillion, of which $10,875bn is in corporate stocks. It should be noted that in the majority of cases, foreign securities are held in dollar-priced American Depository Receipts (ADRs), so that their disposal does not result in foreign exchange transactions, unlike a foreign disposal of a dollar-based asset which does.

But commercial bank credit in major jurisdictions has stopped growing or is even contracting while demand for credit continues to increase. The consequence is that interest rates will continue to rise, due to this imbalance of supply over demand. There is little that central banks can do about it without debasing their currencies.

And because they are under pressure to ensure the funding of their governments’ increasing deficits, they will be forced to accept the market’s pricing of credit. That was the experience of the 1970s.

While everyone’s attention is being misdirected to forecasts of CPI inflation, they appear to be unaware that inflation is not the immediate issue. It is the shortage of bank credit, which is now driving interest rates, not inflation expectations. Accordingly, the outlook is for yet higher bond yields which means that all financial asset values will fall further.

And as they fall, the highly financialised US banking system will be undermined by both investments held on their balance sheet and by collateral held against loans. But this outlook is not confined to dollar markets and is shared by all other western financial centres. As these dynamics become obvious to investors, a global liquidation of financial assets is bound to accelerate, with the exception perhaps of China’s financial markets which are set on a completely different course, and Russia’s which have been completely cut off from global investment flows.

In a general portfolio liquidation, the imbalance between foreign investment in long-term assets and the US ownership of foreign investments will drive relative currency outcomes. In dollars, it is a ratio of $24,548bn to $14,263bn, or approximately 1.72 times. But for foreign exchange purposes, probably less than a trillion dollars are being held denominated in foreign currencies, with the balance in ADRs.

When an ADR is sold, there is no foreign exchange transaction involved, unlike selling of foreign owned US securities. Therefore, a general portfolio liquidation would see an overwhelming excess of dollar selling by foreigners compared with foreign currency liquidation by Americans.

Assuming that foreign holders reduce their dollar exposure and at the margin buy renminbi, the fall in the dollar relative to the renminbi could be unexpectedly sudden and substantial. At least some of the dollar liquidation is likely to fuel energy and commodity prices, whose supply is in many cases too limited to support stockpiling on any scale.

Gold which is likely to be bought because it is still legal money in nearly all foreign jurisdictions. It would mark a foreigner-driven flight out of unanchored credit into physical commodities due to increasing counterparty risk.

The only offset to these negative implications for the dollar’s future is likely to come from other members of the western alliance. As major foreign holders of US Government debt, they can be relied upon to attempt mutual currency support. Doubtless, the Fed and its five partner central banks will increase their swaps to that end as well as to shore up the dollar itself.

But these actors are in the minority measured by the quantities of dollars held, and their attempts to rig foreign exchange markets will only make things worse.

We must therefore conclude that with the evidence pointing to foreign selling of the dollar, that this selling could quickly escalate. Consequently, dollar liquidation by foreigners will lead to significantly higher interest rates which can only be lessened by the expansion of central bank credit.

And that expansion can only come from the Fed because commercial banks are tapped out, seeking to contain their losses and reduce their balance sheet leverage. And if the Fed resorts to the printing press through currency swaps or by other means, the dollar will have had it anyway.

Russia’s position

The Russian economy appears to be doing remarkably well during the current conflict with Ukraine. Taxation and government debt are lower than in any other major economy, and with a few workarounds, the export trade continues in surplus. The conflict in Ukraine has been a financial burden, but not enough to destabilise Russia’s economy.

Payment flows have been diverted from dollars into Chinese yuan, permitting Russian ex-pats around the world to continue to use their credit cards. And Bangladesh has been paying Russia for its Rooppur nuclear power plant construction in yuan via a Chinese bank with access to China’s cross-border interbank payment system. As we have seen so many times in previous cases, sanctions against Russia are proving to be utterly pointless.

While the yuan payments route deals with the current situation, we can be sure that Russia will want to have a payment medium under its own control. It is to that end that on Putin’s behalf Sergey Glazyev is working on a proposal for a new trade settlement currency for the Eurasian Economic Union. The indications are that it will be based on gold, and it is likely from what Glazyev has publicly written that the rouble will move onto a gold standard of sorts as well.

The immediate benefit to Russia’s business community is that current interest rates of over 10% will fall substantially. It compares with a consumer price inflation rate of 3.5%, but that is heavily distorted by previously high CPI inflation rates. Nevertheless, anything that reduces interest rates in this lower inflation environment will encourage the growth in credit to maximise economic potential.

The key to it is for the value of credit to be anchored to gold to introduce permanent price stability. Only then can rouble interest rates decline to a few per cent permanently. 

The rouble would then be in a position to challenge a fiat yuan as a payment medium. And with Russia’s new relationship with the Gulf Cooperation Council members, no doubt a gold-backed rouble would be readily accepted by the Saudis and others for energy payments, even in preference to yuan.

The negotiations between Russia and China on this point are likely to be tricky. But given that we know China has massive undeclared gold stocks anyway, talks can be resolved in the interests of a stable monetary relationship between the two hegemons. Of more importance perhaps, is the question of at what gold value the rouble will be exchangeable for notionally or actually, given that Putin’s unfriendlies face a financial, banking, and fiat currency crisis likely to drive fiat values for gold considerably higher as they rapidly lose purchasing power.

Read the full article at Goldmoney.com, cross-posted from Medical Kidnap.

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NOTE: The opinions expressed in the NOQ REPORT are not necessarily those of "Cogny Mann." But it is certain that we share a lot of overlap in our philosophies and worldviews.

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Greenhouse Churches Are Intrapreneurial


Some churches are good at cultivating ‘corn and wheat’
Christians. Everything in church life is designed to create a particular growth
suited for the climate in which it finds itself. But you do not cultivate and
nurture cherry tomatoes or eggplant with the same methods as the big field
crops.

 

Greenhouses excel at being able to grow high value produce
that would not grow successfully in the field of that particular region.

 

If you are planting a field of wheat, corn or soy, there is
a particular science and methodology to yield a harvest. You are still largely
dependent on natural elements and a measure of predictable risk.

 

In a greenhouse, you can fine tune the natural elements to
increase the result. It takes a different set of skills and knowledge to
maintain a field than it does a greenhouse. While the source material of light,
heat, soil, moisture, and nutrients are consistent, the greenhouse farmer
thinks more about adaptations to facilitate specific growth. The greenhouse
farmer may have a wider berth for experimentation, research, and development.
The field farmer is more dependent on successful methods.

 

In business, we describe an innovator that develops new
products and methods as an entrepreneur.

 

One who takes the initiative to create a product or
establish a business for profit; generally, whoever undertakes on his own
account an enterprise in which others are employed and risks are taken.
[1]

 

Not everyone is an entrepreneur. There are more people that
prefer to work for someone else that will worry about the company, develop the
products, and determine markets.

 

In church life, entrepreneurs may surface as church
planters, ministry founders and Mission Canada workers. The truth is that the
Pentecostal Assemblies Of Canada creates lanes for entrepreneurs to belong and
add value to God’s Kingdom work.

 

PAOC is intrapreneurial meaning that the organization
celebrates innovation and helps facilitate those who have a different idea on
how to make disciples.

 

A Greenhouse Church has an intrapreneurial ethos. As a
church, the leadership welcomes innovators to experiment and grow disciples
beyond the corn and wheat models of spiritual formation.

 

 



[1] The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language,
5th Edition.

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The Amazing Health Benefits Of Chlorine Dioxide Therapy

A hard look at the benefits of Chlorine Dioxide therapy - from the "establishment" perspective and that of the alternative health care community.

Chlorine dioxide therapy recently came across my radar as a potential treatment for all kinds of health issues.

I’ve written elsewhere of the benefits of vitamin C, selenium and magnesium chloride as an “antidote” of sorts to the Covid mRNA vaccines. And many of my readers are already aware of the benefits of Ivermectin and hydroxichloroquine in improving the outcomes of fighting Covid.

There are also some great natural foods like elderberry, shiitake/maitake mushrooms and supplements derived from them that are wonderful immune system boosters.

Had Covid? Concerned about effects from the vax? Been exposed to someone else with covid or who has been exposed to the vax? Concerned about shedding? See the review of "SPIKE SUPPORT," a supplement specifically optimized for dealing with the affects of the spike proteins that might be affecting your system.

But there is something that came across my radar lately – the benefits of chlorine dioxide therapy as a tool for treating many diseases. I’m not a medical professional, but based on what many of them have said, this is definitely worth a good look!

First, let’s be aware of all the warnings regarding “chlorine dioxide therapy” (of course…..)

I am not a doctor. Nor am I a medical professional of any kind.

I do research and I have opinions about health, healing and natural medicine. But as per any web site, I will say that I am NOT OFFERING MEDICAL ADVICE OF ANY KIND. 


ALWAYS consult with your doctor or health care professional before embarking on ANY course of treatment or therapy. I do not assume any liability for any results if you should choose to follow the advice you find here that I've uncovered from these medical professionals.


In the end, YOU are responsible for the actions you take and the medical choices you decide to pursue with the advice of YOUR health care provider.

Look. This is an alternative medicine therapy. And there is a lot of quackery out there. But then again, there are a lot of things that have been discouraged or even rejected outright by the mainstream western medicine world that work. (Consider the war on Ivermectin, in spite of the fact that the National Institute of Health has not one, but two different web pages dealing with Ivermectin and showing that it is, in fact, effective in treating Covid. Check HERE and HERE to see what I mean.

So pardon me if I’m skeptical of the current western medical establishment. But having said that, you need to know that the warnings about this therapy pretty much come down to one thing.

If you're into natural approaches to health, you should study NAD and NMN. These are building blocks your body uses to repair cell damage and maintain vitality.

They will tell you that chlorine dioxide is bleach. And bleach will kill you. So they say….

Examples of the warnings: From Web MD… “Be careful not to purchase chlorine dioxide supplement products. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned consumers not to use these products due to the risk for serious safety issues and death.”

From Health Desk… “its use can be dangerous to human health. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has warned that risks of ingesting chlorine dioxide include: severe vomiting, severe diarrhea, low blood cell counts and low blood pressure due to dehydration, respiratory failure, changes to electrical activity in the heart that can lead to potentially fatal abnormal heart rhythms, and acute liver failure.”

Consider this video as representative of the standard "establishment" party line on this stuff.

This video comes from a Canadian television show. On issues like this, Canada and the US are very much in lockstep if you compare Health Canada philosophies and those of the FDA. And to be honest, there are some cautions in here you might want to consider if you're evaluating this as a potential treatment for something.

Mark Kelly on the Miracle Mineral Solution as seen on "The Fifth Estate."

But “they” also have NO CLUE why you (and I) are reluctant to take an mRNA vaccine. So opinions vary on the quality of “their” opinions.

I actually wrote a post about the video where Franklin Graham interviewed the head of the NIH about Covid vaccines and vaccine reluctance and the head of the National Institute of Health seriously seemed to have no clue why the “covid vaccine-hesitant” are vaccine hesitant.

They seem to have a very focused and in-depth frame of reference around part of the whole body of facts out there. And when it comes to alternative therapies and natural medicine, they don’t even seem to be able to wrap their heads around it.

Consider it an alternative worldview with disastrous consequences (since they hold most of the money and the power).

So just how much can chlorine dioxide do? Can it really even cure cancer?

I will make it clear: I am not a health care professional. I will only present information that I have found from others and you will have to decide what to do with this information and what, if anything, you may want to try or seek professional advice for. But having said that, there are some medical professionals who believe there is good reason to think that chlorine dioxide may, in fact, be very helpful in combating diseases as serious as certain kinds of cancers.

Consider, for example, this, from The Journal Of Cancer Treatment And Diagnosis.

A first patient with metastatic adenocarcinoma of the pancreas has decided, on his own, to refuse chemotherapy but to treat himself with lipoïc acid, hydroxycitrate combined with oral ingestion of chlorine dioxide. His blood tests and radiological examinations have almost normalized and the disease is stable at 18 months. Another patient with hormone resistant metastatic prostate cancer has experienced a sharp drop in PSA level as well as improved medical condition. From extensive literature review, the mechanism of action of chlorine dioxide is unknown. It is our hypothesis (albeit unproven) that chlorine dioxide results in tumor cell acidification of the alkaline pH of cancer cells.

From the abstract of an article on The Journal Of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis

And Covid? Can it cure Covid?

Well, anecdotal evidence is a funny thing. Sometimes you can find what you’re looking for, even when it’s not there. And the “gold standard” always seems to be the “double blind study.” But sometimes, there’s not enough time for that with all the dying from a new disease and all.

But to give you an idea of what others have done with this stuff and the results they believe they’ve found from it, take a look at this video to understand what they did in Bolivia to deal with Covid by using this treatment, and the results they had.

The SCIENCE of chlorine dioxide as used in Bolivia

In the end, it seems if you stack up enough anecdotal evidence, it starts to look like it shows some statistical probabilities, if you know what I mean....

So what is chlorine dioxide and what can this therapy do for you?

Rather than reinventing the wheel, I’m linking here to a video series developed by someone who has done a deep dive into this therapy and what his findings are. I’m not a medical professional and so I don’t make medical recommendations.

But I sure think what this guy has to say is worth consideration. See if it makes sense to you.

As the author of the video says,

“In this video, I want to share my two year journey of discovery with you so that you can save yourself some time and effort. I’m not saying that you shouldn’t do your own research, but I am saying that I have done a significant amount of unbiased research, and I was willing to go either way with regard to accepting the claims of chlorine dioxide.”

from the intro to the video

First video: Getting Started

Next: The Universal Antidote Documentary - The SCIENCE of Chlorine Dioxide

USEFUL LINKS:

Here are some links provided by the person who sourced the video, above. Check them out and make your own judgement.

As I said, I'm not a medical professional and I don't give medical advice. But I do like to point to advice given by others so people can make their own judgements about them. Check the links below for more info....

Reference Guidebook [save/download/print]

Suppliers Worldwide [save/download/print]

1988 NASA Archive Article

● Telegram Channel: t.me/TheUniversalAntidote

● [US] Blog post regarding CO2: https://www.uncensoredstorm.com/co2

● Follow [US] on FB: https://www.facebook.com/uncensoredstorm

● [US] Patriot Merch & Blog: https://www.uncensoredstorm.com

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Australia is talking about $500,000 fines for publishing misinformation online
Current Events, NEWS CURRENT EVENTS

Australia To Fine People Up To 500,000 Dollars For Posting “Disinformation” Online

It could soon become very expensive in Australia to say things that the government says are not true.

Talk about George Orwell and 1984. You think it's getting bad in Canada and the US? Check this out.

A bill currently before Australian parliment could see Australians "jailed and fined for up to half a million dollars if they put something on social media: their Facebook page or put out a tweet whatever it is, deemed harmful to minorities, harmful to the environment, harmful to people's health."

Quick Question: WHO gets to decide just what is "misinformation?"

I guess we all know the answer to that. Sorry to digress.

The US court recently saw some sense and made some serious rulings in the direction of enforcing free speech rights. Not so in Australia, though.

They're moving the other way.

Watch this. Chilling "big brother" attempts at censorship, to say the least.

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Are the WEF and the UN transforming our cities from within city leadership
Analysis, Current Events, NEWS CURRENT EVENTS

Is The UN Subverting Municipalities

UN Takeover Of Municipalities

I get a lot of feeds from all kinds of sources. Sometimes, too much. This post comes out of Canada, on Facebook, and it is discussing the UN takeover of our cities.

The US has been going down this rabbit hole for a while. But unlike the US, part of the problem for Canada is the same problem that plagues much of the rest of the world.

The right to bear arms is a fundamental right in the US. Take that and they take your ability to keep them in check.

Take note of the coverage here of a meeting with concerned citizens speaking up at a city council meeting in a city called Peterborough, Ontario (a few hours east of Toronto).

These people can only do what they do if we don't move to expose them for what they really want.

In the end, they want us to own nothing, eat bugs and be happy.

I'm not up for that. I think we need to make our voices be heard loud and strong.

I'm posting (for now) the Facebook post, as it was given. I will follow up with revisements and edits as I have opportunity to do so.

EMAIL TO PETERBOROUGH TOWN COUNCIL

Follow Up After June 26th, Meeting

A restructuring of Canadian "mayors" by the United Nations started in 1992. This is a fraud of public/private partnerships.

A summary: CANADA was signed on to U.N. Agenda 21 in 1992 by Brian Mulroney. A total of 178 countries agreed because this international agreement promised them "big money" to go "green."

Once signed, CANADA became a U.N. Member State (Nation State) & no longer a "sovereign country" under the rule of law & the supremacy of God. Any country signed on to U.N. Agenda 21 ceased to be a "nation," and all their governments restructured as the U.N. MEMBER STATES. All towns were to be abandoned or merged to form UN CITY STATES.

By 2000, we saw countries being "governed" by directions of the United Nations, G7, G20, Council of Foreign Relations, World Bank, World Economic Forum (WEF), World Health Organization, International Council on Local and Environmental Issues (ICLEI) etc...

Instead of following parliamentary procedures for law changes, the Municipal Primer was sent to all of our local towns in 1994 & it outlined how they were to restructure their governments.

-Our public officials/office - which is our elected mayor and councillors - were "partnered" with a private corporation (CITY OF PETERBOROUGH) that would "help" the local agenda implement these global goals HERE in Peterborough.

-Chief Administrative Officers (CAOs) were brought into every town to "work" with the mayor to implement the global agenda instead of a local one and to commit local public funds to private sustainable development goals & foreign investors. Under the guise of "saving the planet." (CAO tells the mayor what to do.) They also brought ICLEI into our town. ICLEI is the United Nations.

Government restructuring included rewriting our local laws & this became the Municipal Act, 2001.

This initiated amalgamation, regionalization & incorporation of independent, autonomous local towns into a private 'governing' environment.

The Municipal Act converted the public mayor (head of local government) to a private Head of Council (for the CITY), making him answer to a BOARD & controllable.

The BOARD determines their own "Code of Conduct,".... which means ZERO liability for ALL of this, while the United Nations/ICLEI steals everything.... right in your town. This is a "corporatocracy" - where the corporations/partnerships (The CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF PETERBOROUGH)/ International Council on Local and Environmental Issues-ICLEI) CONTROL EVERYTHING, and we no longer have a say.... and we no longer have a local government protecting us.

Now let's look at your reports,

Firstly, Report, PEAC 23–010

Here, a linked plan identifies the actions required to achieve NetZero by 2050.

-Measures include a vague reference to "targeting mobility."

-This report is to nominate one of you to sit in on an upcoming advisory working group hosted by an unnamed "project consultant" to launch this July.

-This project consultant is no doubt connected to ICLEL.

The PEAC 23–002 report states

-Peterborough declared a Climate Emergency in 2019. There was no local event that triggered this declaration. This declaration came into effect through the U.N.'s global agenda and not the local agenda of the residents of Peterborough.

-This report states that the city participated in ICLEL Canadas, Advancing Adaptation Project and received a grant of $15,000. "Big money for going green."This is a small fraction of the money Peterborough has received from ICLEL since 1994.

-Most disturbingly, the report you accepted states that the recent reductions in GHG emissions were PRIMARILY the result of the COVID-19 pandemic "modifying our travel patterns," and is repeated in report PEAC 23–009

When you put this together with the previous statement on "targeting mobility," the question of whether the SACRED mobility rights of residents of Peterborough are at stake and if your participation in the furthering of this agenda is not in violation of your oath to uphold the constitution of Canada along with the Bill of Rights.

I, Maggie Braun, gave a verbal notice that if you accepted these reports, a Notice of Liability would be issued to each of you individually.

Before I proceed with such actions, I will remind you that every man and woman is responsible and can be held personally liable for their actions. Positions of authority, such as a seat on the town council, do not protect you from liability.

I CONFIRM ALL COUNCILLORS AND THE MAYOR ACCEPTED THE REPORT WITHOUT QUESTION OR DISCUSSION.

As promised, the founding and local document references are listed below.

IMPORTANT LINKS

A global agenda

United Nations: Sustainable Development Goals- https://www.un.org/sustain.../sustainable-development-goals/

Canada is implementing Agenda2030- https://www.canada.ca/.../emplo.../programs/agenda-2030.html

World Economic Forum (link 404)

U.N. Sustainable Development – Agenda 21 -

https://shelaghformayor.webcatt.ca/.../10/Agenda21-1.pdf

A Guide to Agenda 21 for Canada - https://shelaghformayor.webcatt.ca/.../canadaguidetoagend...

U.N. General Assembly: Transforming Our World - https://shelaghformayor.webcatt.ca/.../ungeneralassembly2...

Implemented Locally

A Municipal Primer on the U.N. Conference -

https://shelaghformayor.webcatt.ca/.../municipal-primer...

https://www.peterborough.ca/.../city-climate-change-plans...

https://sustainablepeterborough.ca/.../City-of...

https://sustainablepeterborough.ca/.../Chapter-1-City-of...

https://www.greenup.on.ca/green-economy-peterborough/

https://www.peterborough.ca/.../climate-action-in...

https://sustainablepeterborough.ca/.../Chapter-1-City-of...

https://www.peterborough.ca/.../municipal-climate-action...

https://www.peterborough.ca/.../municipal-climate-action...

Summarization of Shelagh McFarlane Mayoral Candidate in Guelph ON -https://shelaghformayor.webcatt.ca/?page_id=293

…implemented locally…

CITY OF GUELPH is implementing Agenda2030 - https://guelph.ca/plans-and.../climate-adaptation-plan/

ICLEI Local Sustainability 2012 review - https://shelaghformayor.webcatt.ca/.../iclei2012-review.pdf

ICLEI Local Agenda 21 Planning Guide - https://shelaghformayor.webcatt.ca/.../icleilocalagenda21...

Guelph Cease & Desist + Trucker Convoy Summary - https://shelaghformayor.webcatt.ca/.../Guelph-CeaseDesist...

Guelph Flyer 2022 - https://shelaghformayor.webcatt.ca/.../guelph-flyer-2022.pdf

A Municipal Primer on the U.N. Conference -

https://shelaghformayor.webcatt.ca/.../municipal-primer...

Guelph Mayor Served - https://shelaghformayor.webcatt.ca/.../Guelph-Cam-mar22...

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OPERATION TAKE BACK OUR TOWNS

This can be imitated across the country...

- Go to your municipal website.

- Review their Environmental Committee Agenda/Reports and the Town Hall Agendas.

- Look for ICLEL and anything climate-related.

- Call the Town Clerks' office and get on the agenda to speak as a delegate when they are passing any “environmental” reports or motions.

- Take the information below and localize the content for your 5-minute speech.

- Afterwards, send this information to your Mayor and Councillors

- Utilize Stand4Thees Notices of Liability to serve the Mayor and Council.

Video and link for NOL - https://www.facebook.com/groups/Stand4THEE/permalink/2243130545870820/?mibextid=S66gvF

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Canada is getting gruesome regarding organ donation
HEALTH WELLNESS, NEWS CURRENT EVENTS, SCIENCE AND TECH

Canada Is Getting Downright Gruesome Regarding Organ Donation

Canada is heading over a moral cliff regarding organ donation with little regard to the donor

Dr. Roger Hodkinson recently posted an article from the National Review documenting the grim state of moral affairs the Canadian medical landscape has become.

From the article regarding organ donation in Canada:

Canadian Medical Journal Offers Guidelines for Euthanasia/Organ-Harvesting Non-Terminally Ill Patients

A new Canadian Medical Association Journal article updates recommendations for doctors to apply when euthanizing and organ harvesting non-terminally ill patients. The article was published in the wake of Canadian law now allowing patients who are not dying to ask for euthanasia — called “Track 2” patients in the article. (Track 1 patients, those whose deaths are “reasonably foreseeable,” have even more relaxed policies than Track 2.)

... From, “Deceased Organ and Tissue Donation After Medical Assistance in Dying”:

All Track 2 patients who are potentially eligible for organ donation should be approached for first-person consent for donation after MAID

Once MAiD eligibility has been confirmed, regardless of when their eligibility for MAID is confirmed within the 90-day assessment period. (New recommendation).

In case you're not tracking with this here, the guideline says once they have confirmed the patient's eligability for "Medical Assistance In Dying," (MAID), they should approach the patient about the possibility of donating their organs.

The death doctor is to contact the organ-donation association, which, in turn, will contact the suicidal patient and ask for his or her organs (which already happens in Ontario). Note: The patient is not offered suicide prevention but is offered the option of becoming an organ donor

So Canada is not offering counselling with regard to perhaps changing the patient's mind about the assisted suicide. But they ARE given the option of donating their organs.

The recommendations also suggest allowing a patient to direct the donation:

Organ donation organizations and transplantation programs should develop a policy on directed deceased donation for patients pursuing MAiD, in alignment with the directed donation principles and practices that are in place for living donation in their jurisdiction. (New recommendation) . . .

Directed donation should not proceed if there is indication of monetary exchange or similar valuable consideration or coercion involved in the decision to pursue directed donation.

The intended recipient in a directed deceased donation case should be a family member or “close friend” — an individual with whom the donor or donor’s family has had a long-standing emotional relationship . . .

The intended recipient must be on the current transplant waiting list or meet criteria for the same . . .

Transplantation will proceed only if the donor organ is medically compatible with the intended recipient

Think about this. The need for a transplant by medically compatible loved one could become the motive for asking for euthanasia. This applies to the non–terminally ill Track 2 as well as Track 1 patients.

...Euthanasia dehumanizes people deemed killable under the law. Once accepted for death by medicalized homicide, the patient is diminshed — in at least some sense — to a natural resource ripe for the harvest.

As Doctor Hodkinson says,

Canadian medicine has become an ethics horror. Those with eyes to see, let them see.

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Covid-19

Ontario Police Pushing Back On Government Over Lockdowns

But for the highlight reel, the lawsuit alleges the following:

  • Quarantine is a federal jurisdiction, and “stay at home orders and curfews are acts of martial law and therefore federal jurisdiction
  • masking, social distancing, PCR testing and lockdowns, stay-at-home orders are not scientifically based
  • they are based on false and fraudulent use of the PCR test resulting in 96.5% false positivies
  • that these rules are all based on the 96.5% false positives
  • that the PCR test cannot distinguish between live virus and dead fragments
  • That isolaton and self-quarantine are cruel and unusual treatment
  • prolonged use of masks is HARMFUL, especially to children

Actually, it’s not just the police. It’s also being done by some of the members of provincial parliment.

As reported over at 6ix Buzz, one Ontario member of parliment is now suing the government over the lockdown restrictions.

“I am suing the attorney general of Ontario for our right to protest, pray and gather outdoors,” Baber wrote in a tweet which he posted Thursday afternoon.

“The risk of outdoor transmission is negligible, but the government enacted heavy-handed regulations that deny Ontarians their fundamental freedoms.

This is a good thing. The lockdowns are both unlawful and violate the Canadian Charter of Rights. This was supported recently in a decision in federal court.

As 6ix reported,

In his 14-page legal action document, which Baber filed on Wednesday with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the politician argues that the lockdown violates the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, specifically the free expression of ideas and peaceful assembly, including for protests.”

But Roman Baber is not alone. Let’s get back to the fact that the POLICE are suing the province regarding the overreach.

As of the writing of this post, this hearing is today. And you can tune in to watch LIVE COVERAGE if you wish.

Right now, the link is on the home page over at Wholehearted Media. Click this LINK to go to their website and you can see live coverage of the action.

The suit is being filed by the Constitutional Rights Center of Canada.

Police take Court Action against Ontario Government over COVID Measures Enforcement Duties

PUBLISHED: APRIL 29, 2021 | by the Constitutional Rights Centre

PUBLISHED: APRIL 29, 2021 | by the Constitutional Rights Centre

– PRESS RELEASE –

Ten (10) active, and five (5) retired, Police officers have launched an Application in Ontario Superior Court, to seek clarification, and challenge, the Province’s Covid-measures, and their enforcement, as breaching and violating their Police Oath which Oath includes upholding the Constitution.

Their Notice of Application can be viewed on the Constitutional Rights Centre website at: constitutionalrightscentre.ca

Some of the Applicants will hold a brief press conference, along with their legal counsel, on: Thursday, April 29th at 4:30 p.m. EST

You can join in at: www.wholeheartedmedia.ca

Any questions may be directed to legal counsel at: Rocco Galati

Rocco Galati Law Firm Professional Corporation
Tel: (416) 530-9864
Email: rocco@idirect.com

Thank you for your continued and kind support of the CRC

Canada has a charter of rights and freedoms similar to the United States Bill Of Rights. But Canadians need to stand up against the tyrannical who will always want to strip their rights away.

Please make as many aware of this today as you can. In the end, it is only NUMBERS that make a difference.

For reference, you can view the document HERE or view the highlights below….

  • Quarantine is a federal jurisdiction, and “stay at home orders and curfews are acts of martial law and therefore federal jurisdiction
  • masking, social distancing, PCR testing and lockdowns, stay-at-home orders are not scientifically based
  • they are based on false and fraudulent use of the PCR test resulting in 96.5% false positivies
  • that these rules are all based on the 96.5% false positives
  • that the PCR test cannot distinguish between live virus and dead fragments
  • That isolaton and self-quarantine are cruel and unusual treatment
  • prolonged use of masks is HARMFUL, especially to children

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