Jan. 7, 2022

Enemy In My Own Land

According to the current leader of Canada, my choice not to take an experimental injection means that I am now someone who 'must be dealt with'. This leader has taken it upon himself to assume that I personally, “don't believe in science, am probably a misogynist and certainly a racist.

He expands his assumptions by stating that I “belong to a sect, a small group of people that is taking up space.

This individual goes on to question if Canada should even 'tolerate' my presence because I and the apparently small group to which I belong will block Canadians from doing the things Canadians like to do. (You There! Put Down That Beaver!) (LINK)

This comes tight on the heels of a statement by the leader of the U.S.A. that I and my 'small group' are “...looking at a winter of severe illness and death...for myself, my family, and the hospitals they will soon overwhelm.” (LINK)

Those at the helm of our French strong-hold of Quebec say that because of my position, I 'cannot protect myself' and that the government is going to 'protect me from myself' by denying me access to government business monopolies. (LINK), (LINK)

One of those monopolies is the sale of Cannabis, a natural substance consumed since the beginning of time, without a recorded fatality. It is sadly ironic then that a person is denied access to this until they are injected with an unnatural substance created just months ago which has failed at its stated purpose and has already killed and injured millions.

What goes beyond irony and approaches cruelty is the decision by the Canadian province of New Brunswick to deny access to grocery stores unless a person has been injected multiple times. This 'emergency response' was declared in December of 2021 by the provincial health minister Dorothy Shephard in spite of the fact that the province had less than 100 'cases' of SARS-Covid 19 in a population of more than 750,000.

Of course the great leaders of North America are not alone in their hatred for me and my little group as Macron of France is demonstrating so well when he cries;

I really want to piss off the unvaccinated. And we’re going to keep doing it that way, to the end. That’s the strategy,

Almost all the people, more than 90 percent, have adhered...it is a very small minority that is resistant,
How do we reduce that minority? We reduce it, I’m sorry to say, by annoying it even more.

I am not in favor of bothering the French. I complain all day long about the administration when it blocks them. Well, here, the unvaccinated, I really want to piss them off,

I am not going to put them in jail, I am not going to vaccinate them by force. And that’s why we have to tell them: from January 15, they can no longer go to the restaurant, they can no longer have a beer, they can no longer go for a coffee, they can no longer go to the theater, they can no longer go to the cinema

And just like Dorothy Shephard in New Brunswick, the head of the Leclerc supermarket chain in France has already announced that they will block access to their food stores to the unvaccinated. His announcement has been met with a campaign to boycott the stores, while many people are recalling that during the Second World War the founder of the retail chain was a collaborationist of the Vichy government who denounced members of the resistance, one of whom was a Spanish Republican  (LINK), (LINK)

To me, our wonderful leaders have made their intentions clear. I know they have access to the same medical journals that I and the rest of the world read, and they know all that I have learned these past couple of years. It is apparent to me that their demands are not made in ignorance of current medical and scientific findings on the effects of these injections.

Our glorious leaders know full well that their demands are not being made for 'health' reasons and I pray that you, dear reader might come to understand that also before you become someone who must be 'dealt with' by your own government.

Ted

First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out—because I was not a socialist.
Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out— because I was not a trade unionist.
Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—because I was not a Jew.
Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me
Martin Niemöller