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Wife, Homeschool Mom, ran a couple freedom marches advocating for life with opportunities without government overreach.

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Thank you to everyone who has been contributing to my Give-Send-Go concerning the Aylmer Freedom rallies in 2020. This burst of support is such an honour! Today I posted an update with more information:
Courage begets courage. Thank you for yours!
I'm really thankful for lessons like these! Could have used this knowledge 3 years ago.
Forwarded from Ron Paul
Media is too big
Trump Was Right -- They Were Spying On Him!
Dr. Mike Yeadon, a former vice president at Pfizer: "There never was a viral pandemic of a novel pathogen... The deaths that we saw were medical malpractice at best, and murder at worst. I don't believe there's been a novel cause of significant illness and death other than our government's responses to the fake pandemic."

"We're in danger of losing the free world... If I perish attempting to avert this, it will be fine. It's about my children and grandchildren."
Amazing. Who knew. 🙄
An “extensive,” two-year review of COVID-19 in schools and daycares has revealed that these settings were not a significant source of transmission of the virus when infection prevention and control measures were used, researchers at McMaster University have found.

The review was published Thursday in The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health and examined more than 34,000 references, including databases, websites, and studies, related to transmission in child-care settings and schools across the globe.
Another piece of work.
Forwarded from Rebel News
Premier who jailed pastors, shut churches during COVID set to speak at religious persecution event

Former Alberta premier Jason Kenney will be a featured guest at an event discussing religious persecution in March.

People just don't realize that they love freedom. They need to be educated in how the world works with small local government and keeping personal responsibility. Once they understand they will see that freedom is so much better than authoritarianism.
The Department of Health was unable to provide any evidence used. In fact, any hard evidence that may have been used was disposed of and no one knows why.

The Department of Health said it could not “provide a fulsome and detailed list of all of the evidence consulted,” the auditor said in his report, “People want to know… there was no political interference. I have no evidence that there was or wasn’t. The evidence isn’t there.”

Despite faulting the health department for not properly retaining records, Mr. Martin lauded the “numerous systems and procedures” it had in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
One-third of doctors and over half of nurses were reluctant to take the COVID-19 vaccine because they feared potential side effects, according to in-house research by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC).

“Fifty-nine percent of health-care workers reported some degree of hesitancy in their decision to get vaccinated,” said the report, which added that 31 percent of doctors and 54 percent of nurses surveyed admitted “some level of hesitancy.”

According to the report obtained by Blacklock’s Reporter, one health-care worker questioned during the survey said of the vaccines “You had to get them to keep your job.” Another said the vaccines were “developed in a matter of a couple of months that’s being handed out like candy.” A third worker said, “I have a family and a mortgage. I was like, what would I be able to do to make the same amount of money and provide for my family?”

The research found that despite many health workers being reluctant, 89 percent received the vaccines, with the most commonly reported reason being a fear of job loss.

According to the federal government’s Health Infobase, 80.4 percent of people across Canada, or around 24.3 million people, completed their primary series of COVID-19 vaccines by November 2022, based on data as of Nov. 6 that year.
While health-care workers “generally expressed strong support for vaccination in general,” when it came to COVID-19 vaccines specifically, they had lower perceptions around safety and effectiveness. Those lower perceptions were found particularly among nurses and “allied health workers” (ALHWs), the latter being workers such as medical laboratory technologists, dental hygienists, paramedics, respiratory therapists, and dentists.