Day after day, we lose more people to covid-19. Seemingly the majority of Canadians are under the impression there’s not much we can do when we catch covid other than hope we don’t get incredibly ill. Most do not realize some doctors are treating covid patients and having astounding success. There is a shocking and criminal lack of knowledge about medical treatments for covid. Doctors are confused and intimidated by directives insisting they NOT EVEN TRY to use repurposed drugs the way they’ve always done. Unfortunately that’s been enough to stop treatment for millions.
Even more shocking is that many of the richest and most well informed nations remain unaware of the incredible success of medical treatments on covid in countries like India and Japan. India and Japan were in the middle of desperate surges in cases when their governments decided to allow doctors to do whatever they could to save lives. The doctors went to work and have completely turned their situations around.
You may not realize it but there are a few brave doctors in every region of Canada using treatments. They don’t dare do this publicly as they’d be quickly punished as was shown by the AHS punishment of visiting doctor Dr Daniel Nagase after he successfully treated three desperate patients with Ivermectin, and Hydroxychloroquine. The news stories somehow left out the most important information of all in that situation. Of the three patients treated, the two patients in their 70’s as well as one in her 90’s all recovered.
In early November, hundreds of doctors who are treating covid gathered in Ocala, Florida for weekend conference called The Global Covid Summit. There a number of their sessions were recorded and can be found online. In his session Dr. Pierre Kory outlined up the nearly twenty medical treatments which are being used as well as the studies showing their efficacy. Here’s that amazing address.
Restrictions continue to take a toll on our economy, our mental health, and our way of life. Countries with among the highest vaccination rates are continually battered by wave after wave of covid. It’s clear that treatment combined with available vaccines are the answer. The question is, when will our public health officials and our politicians act on this LIFE SAVING information.
This is not just another protest – Freedom Convoy is heading to Ottawa
To our Fellow Canadians, the time for political over reach is over. Our current government is implementing rules and mandates that are destroying the foundation of our businesses, industries and livelihoods. Canadians have been integral to the fabric of humanity in many ways that have shaped the planet.
We are a peaceful country that has helped protect nations across the globe from tyrannical governments who oppressed their people, and now it seems it is happening here. We are taking our fight to the doorsteps of our Federal Government and demanding that they cease all mandates against its people. Small businesses are being destroyed, homes are being destroyed, and people are being mistreated and denied fundamental necessities to survive. It’s our duty as Canadians to put an end to this mandates. It is imperative that this happens because if we don’t our country will no longer be the country we have come to love. We are doing this for our future Generations and to regain our lives back.
Sunday morning in Vancouver
Sunday morning outside Vancouver
Sunday morning at Abbotsford, BC. Amazing turn out In Abby this morning! Video from Shari Decker
Freedom Convoy to Ottawa coming through Langley, BC, at the crack of dawn on Jan 23, 2022. Video from Jacob Lequijt
Highway 2 North Lacombe overpass just after 10 PM Sunday night
Joining the convoy from Aluc, New Brunswick on Sunday afternoon. Video from 91.9 The Bend
A message from Ontario police Constable Erin Howard representing “Police On Guard”
From Acheson, Alberta (West Edmonton)
Leaving Calgary Monday morning.
Corporate Capture & Youth Checkout: The Covid Scorecard
The decade past has witnessed a Great Realignment. (Mind we said realignment, not reset.) The election of Barack Obama through Donald Trump and Covid-19 has seen a tectonic shift in the plates beneath society. Alliances have been broken. Power has shifted. Loyalties have disappeared.
The result is a new coalition, a cult alliance of tech, knowledge-based industry, culture and corporatism. Under cover of social unrest and virus paranoia these former antagonists found common cause in punishing the middle and lower classes of society for not acknowledging their elevated, superior status. (Translation: they voted for Trump.)
These woke apostles are unapologetic. Through censorship, cancel culture and financial, leverage they’ve created an oligopoly unabashed in bare-knuckled self-interest. And to constantly remind you that they’re in charge.
To understand how revolutionary this alliance is one need only recall the dirigiste fervour of the 1960s. While it seemed to everyone at the time that society might tip in the maelstrom of riot and protest, the corporate side never blinked. They viewed the Weathermen and the Red Brigade as fringe outfits that would never see power. They held to the status quo (or privilege in today’s CRT newspeak.)
That has changed, because of writers such as French socialist economist Thomas Piketty. Thanks to him Corporate America is now obsessed with Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), not shareholder value. It is dominated by HR departments deeply committed to radical notions of social justice and racial equity. Inspired by the example of Michelle Obama, they’ve made Wall Street into Woke Street.
As we wrote in February of 2021 “the New Left now ruthlessly employs Big Tech, Wall Street and the media against its idealogical enemies— including some of its former allies… the Democratic Party of 2021 has morphed from brave to slave, dedicated to intellectual conformity, not contrary opinions. Gone are the civil libertarians like (William) Kunstler. In their place are AOC and her brigades of SJWs purveying hate-speech laws and attacking deniers of the “true climate religion”. First amendment rights have been replaced by cancel-culture indictments.”
Jordan B. Peterson, who recently resigned his tenured position at University of Toronto, describes the corporate submission: “What in the world is wrong with you? Can’t you see that the ideologues who push such appalling nonsense are driven by an agenda that is not only absolutely antithetical to your free-market enterprise, as such, but precisely targeted at the freedoms that made your success possible?
“Can’t you see that by going along, sheep-like (just as the professors are doing; just as the artists and writers are doing) that you are generating a veritable fifth column within your businesses? Are you really so blind, cowed and cowardly?”
While this corporate surrender has transpired, another schism has developed under cover of the Covid-19 pandemic panic. Its effect could be just as enduring. This one is based on age.
The group in society most vulnerable to the ravages of the pandemic is the 55+ cohort, the aging Boomers— the same one orchestrating the reaction to the virus. They are also the most afraid of its impact on them personally. It would be no exaggeration to say those health concerns have been reflected in the overbearing lockdown, mask, distancing and detention policies used against the virus. The generation that once worshipped free speech was quick to abandon civil liberties in its panic to save its own hide.
But younger generations who are far less vulnerable to the virus are tired of being participants in the psycho-dramas of aging the Boomers and their death phobia. And they’ve reached their end. They now flock to clubs, arenas and stadiums to see their friends. They know some of them will get sick, but 99.99 percent of them will be fine even if infected.
They are dismissive of the political shell game of their elders and the autocrats of Big Health. And, as we can see from one of the major sports, they’re headed in a new direction.
NHL players, God bless ‘em, have recognized that old people’s worries are not their worries. For months the league has gone with the Covid catechism to please politicians. Players were ordered to be vaccinated. Anyone testing positive from the wonky PCR test was sidelined. Even asymptomatic players. Games were played with undermanned rosters.
With 100 percent vaccinated, the league still saw 70 percent of players test positive. So the NHL now says “No more”. Only players who show symptoms will be removed from play. Excellent athletes are not 81-year-old U.S. senators shaking in their Depends.
With the accepted narrative now collapsing— Britain has abandoned the mask and lockdown mandates— more jurisdictions will do contrition for overshooting the mark. Dottering Joe Biden can talk about belatedly sending out 400 million masks, but he’s lost the room. Under 50s have moved on.
The only question is how long the ESG folks propping him up will wait before he’s sent overboard. While health is important, everything is second to their power.
Bruce Dowbiggin @dowbboy is the editor of Not The Public Broadcaster (http://www.notthepublicbroadcaster.com). The best-selling author was nominated for the BBN Business Book award of 2020 for Personal Account with Tony Comper. A two-time winner of the Gemini Award as Canada’s top television sports broadcaster, he’s also a regular contributor to Sirius XM Canada Talks Ch. 167. His new book with his son Evan Inexact Science: The Six Most Compelling Draft Years In NHL History is now available on http://brucedowbigginbooks.ca/book-personalaccount.aspx
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