History Lesson in Real Time

If you still believe this is about health, congratulations. You are part of the 30% who will believe anything authority tells you. You also know what you’d do in 1930s Germany.

Oh, what a history lesson we are being given by the Canadian government.

What 30%?, you ask. Read this post (A Solid Explanation of Society’s Behaviour and Mass Formation), and watch the video I discuss. You will learn more about people in that short time than any university course has taught in the past 30 years.

How do you break the spell if you are under it?

Turn off the news. Stop watching all government-controlled media for one week. Veg -out on movies from the 80s, or listen to music you enjoyed as a teen. Take a walk in nature, do a craft, read a favourite book or exercise.

After a week, find alternate news sources. That might be a podcast or news from another country. Listen to those you disagree with.

However, just turning off the news will break the spell. Don’t talk to others about what is going on because they’ll only repeat the lies given by media.

I know, I’ve heard ‘them’ say: If you don’t listen to the news, you’re uninformed.

However, the important part is: If you listen to the news, you are misinformed.

Which brings me to: It is easier to believe a lie than be convinced you’ve been lied to.

Conclusion: It is better to be uninformed. Which is why, ignorance is bliss.

Stay wild and free out there. Canadians are in for a bumpy ride.

Lies are Like Toothpaste

When we accidentally squeeze out too much toothpaste, we don’t bother pushing it back in. We either put it on the brush or wash the excess down the sink. Returning the excess would be messy, and we know even if we tried hard,  we’d never get all the paste back into the tube.

If we were determined, we could break the seal at the opposite end but even then, we know some toothpaste would be wasted, stuck to our fingers, suck around the edge to be cleaned off and thrown away.

That’s how a lie is. Once it enters public space, it spreads and try as we may to correct it, there will ultimately be those who continue to believe the lie because they’ve invested in the lie or because they never heard the truth about the lie.

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Your Fears; My Freedom

Fear is a horrible master. I know because my mother lived in it, and she tried to instill that master within me. I rebelled fearing I’d be enslaved to fear.

All my life, my mother’s greatest fear was someone might ‘grab’ me. That was her word: grab. It meant a man would kidnap, rape and murder me. It didn’t matter where I was going: driving alone to our camp, meeting up with someone to go to the cinema or going downtown to watch a hockey game.

When I went to the Rockies for a winter, her biggest fear was someone would grab me, and I’d never return home. I went anyways, leaving her crying and shaking with grief in the living room chair. I can still see her sitting there, crying, wishing I wouldn’t go.

I don’t know where I drew the strength to fight off the fear she constantly tried to instill. All I know is that by the time I was 16, I rebelled hard against it and if she told me not to do something, I made a point of doing it even if I hadn’t planned to do it.

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Truckers Convoy: Voice of the People

Unless you’re living under a rock or social media ban, you have heard about the estimated 150,000 truckers who are embarking on a journey from their home province to Canada’s capital in Ottawa. Along the way, they are greeted and cheered on by hundreds of thousands of Canadians lining roadways and overpasses. Young and old are waving Canadian flags and holding signs of support. Smiling faces and ‘thumbs up’ give them hope they will prevail in their mission.

No, it’s not our young men suiting up and being transported across the Atlantic Ocean to fight the evil forces to ensure our freedom, but when I watch the videos, it strikes a chord in my heart that feels similar. These trucks aren’t carrying guns and grenades. They’re carrying men and women who are the life line to our supply chain. Without them, all goods stop flowing, store shelves empty and people across the country starve.

They are a force government can’t ignore. Without them, the country collapses.

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Interesting Quote

Stumbled upon this not long ago. It should be on the wall of every government office and on a banner in parliament.

“The most terrifying force of death, comes from the hands of Men who wanted to be left Alone.

They try, so very hard, to mind their own business and provide for themselves and those they love. They resist every impulse to fight back, knowing the forced and permanent change of life that will come from it. They know, that the moment they fight back, their lives as they have lived them, are over.

The moment the Men who wanted to be left alone are forced to fight back, it is a form of suicide. They are literally killing off who they used to be. Which is why, when forced to take up violence, these Men who wanted to be left alone, fight with unholy vengeance against those who murdered their former lives. They fight with raw hate, and a drive that cannot be fathomed by those who are merely play-acting at politics and terror.

TRUE TERROR will arrive at these people’s door, and they will cry, scream, and beg for mercy… but it will fall upon the deaf ears of the Men who just wanted to be left alone.”

Author Unknown

Trudeau and Hate Speech

If the courts don’t stand up for Canadians, we’re screwed.

On January 4th, Peter R. MacIsaac allegedly filed “a formal criminal code complaint against Justin Trudeau”. I assume these complaints stem from the interview this idiot gave on the Quebec television show La semaine des Julie where he called those who rejected the experimental inoculation “racists” and “misogynists” He also posed the question whether or not his Liberal Regime should tolerate these freedom lovers.

I found no notice of this complaint in corporate-funded media. I’m not shocked. There were a few sites that posted notice, but the best source is the man filing the complaint. Here’s a screen shot of Peter R. MacIsaac’s Twitter feed.

This is what is being posted around social media.

Hello Government that serves me,

I’ve got a problem. You’re too involved in my life. You’re supposed to be seen and not heard. Over the past two years, you have put great effort into taking more control over me and other Canadian citizens. While some have knelt to your demands and look to you as a father figure, there are many who just want to be left alone. We don’t need or want you to be a helicopter mom, hovering overhead and telling us what we can and cannot do. We are adults. We like our freedom. Yes, we fall sometimes and bruise our knees, but that’s okay. We understand there are risks to living on planet Earth. One of those risks is dying.

Which brings me to this medical mandate you are excited to impose upon us. While I know many who flat out reject the COVID inoculation (it ain’t a vaccine), I’ll speak for myself, but there are millions of Canadians who feel this way.

I am a healthy individual. Actually, that doesn’t matter. My age, sex or what I do for a living also doesn’t matter. Nothing in my life matters except that I am a Canadian citizen, and as a Canadian citizen…

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Correcting a Quote from Long Ago

I’d rather die on my feet than live on my knees.

In the past year, I’ve heard this quote countless times. I’ve even written it myself. However, not long ago, I heard a different version, one that makes more sense.

I’d rather live on my feet than die on my knees.

To me, this makes more sense. To this I’ll add:

I may be killed while standing on my feet, but those on their knees will die two deaths: one of spirit and one of body, often not at the same time.

Where did the original quote come from? One source is Emiliano Zapata of the Mexican Revolutionary (1879–1919). However, a much older reference has François-Noël Gracchus Babeuf in his defence of the Conspiracy of Equals in April 1797 saying, “Better that we should die on our feet rather than live on our knees.”

Over the past century, it has been used by many people in the same or similar manner. They didn’t see a better way of saying they’d reject authoritarians and slavery. They didn’t know it was better to live on their feet than die on their knees.

HOWEVER, I hope we never have to make that choice. I hope sanity returns to society and forces governments to back off. We demand our freedom.

Words of Wisdom We Need to Hear

Canada is slowly slipping away, but we have the power to save it.

As I watch other countries fall to tyranny (Australia, Austria), I see our government marching in that same direction. “Where will it stop?”, we ask.

“Why doesn’t everyone see the problem?” I ask.

From what I’ve read and heard, anywhere from 70 to 90% of the population are under a spell, hypnotized into complying. They don’t see a problem, only the propaganda.

Wherever you are on the scale, please, watch this video and think about the state of our country. If you’re in a similar situation in your country, perhaps these words will break the spell cast by government, pharmaceutical companies and corporate media.

Why are so many choosing a life in a cage? | Dr. Julie Ponesse

I’ve never heard of Dr. Julie Ponesse before, but she has earned my respect through her words.

I understand the want to be fed instead of free. However, perhaps we could be a little unfed and be more free. Life in a cage is not really a life at all, and it’s certainly not the way I want to live or want my children to live in.

Daily I’m shocked by the continuation of this charade put on by governments around the world. It’s not about our health. It’s about compliance, control and money. Once you see that, you’ll understand why they push the lies so ferociously.

A Solid Explanation of Society’s Behaviour and Mass Formation

In my struggle to understand people in society, I’ve listened more than I’ve spoken. I’ve spent countless hours sitting off to the side in crowds to watch and listen to conversations. Obviously, this is good research for writing characters. Yet, I am often baffled by what I hear because much of it is illogical. Spock makes sense. Fauci does not.

Listening to lectures and conversations given by people of all walks of life in many countries of many cultures and professions, including Carl Yung, Vandana Shiva, Jordan Peterson and Thomas Sowell, have provided perspectives I’d not get in my circle of family, friends and associates.

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Stand for Something or Fall for Anything

This morning, it came to my attention that one of my long-time favourite artists is being ridiculed by major Liberal media outlets. The washed-up and irrelevant Rolling Stones rag, which I’ve never bought nor read, printed this headline: Travis Tritt, Eric Clapton Form Supergroup of Ignorance

Ignorance, you say? Clapton has every reason to question the jab, the shot, the ‘vaccine’ which isn’t a real vaccine but a gene therapy, an experimental, never fully tested shot of poison, a medicine that was developed using aborted fetal tissue. After the first shot, Clapton became so debilitated that he fear he’d never play again.

If he lived in British Columbia, he’d be considered a second-class citizen by the government mouthpiece Ms Bonnie Henry. This monster wouldn’t recognise him or allow him to participate in society if he didn’t risk his life and get the second dose of poison, of which he didn’t because he was thankful to have survived and recovered from the first. The no-exemption policy of BC is horrendous, but so is the jab mandate and medical papers pass that is spreading around the globe.

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Freedom Rally Saturday February 18th

On Saturday September 18th from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at Citadel Hill, a freedom rally will be held in Halifax, Nova Scotia. I believe there are similar events happening across the country, so check your area to see if there’s one near you. To learn more about this event and others being organised, visit Save Canada Army.

Federal and provincial governments are advocating discrimination against citizens who choose their own medical treatment. Whether you’ve received this treatment or not, the fact that a ruling party believes they have the right to bar people who cannot or who choose not to participate in an experimental shot with unknown short and long term side effects is wrong.

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RANT: The Canadian Government Rules on a Slippery Slope

I hate you, Ian Rankin. I hate everyone like you. You believe you have the right to limit the freedoms of Canadians living in Nova Scotia unless they participate in an experimental, untested and unapproved medical treatment, one with unknown short and long-term side affects, one that doesn’t even do what vaccines are supposed to do.

What is a real vaccine? A vaccine protects the person who gets it. Think of the Tetanus vaccine. I got the booster a few years ago. When I stepped on a rusty spike last fall, I was protected. I didn’t bother going to Emergency. I kept the wound clean, disinfected it three times a day and elevated my foot for about a week. It healed with no infection. I wear a suit of armour against rusty objects, and it’s a good thing. Working like I do around nails, wire and other metals, I get scratched and poked a lot.

That’s what a real vaccine does.

A real vaccine doesn’t work for some and not others. It doesn’t leave you unprotected where you can get sick and pass on that sickness to others. It doesn’t do more harm than good to the individual.

Did you get that? Individual. The concern is for the individual, not the collective.

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Freedom to Choose

This is not about writing; it’s about freedom. Freedom is what every human wants and deserves. Without freedom, we are slaves. Without freedom, we do not prosper. Without freedom, we do not have personal rights. I would give up everything for freedom.

Freedom is what my father, my grandfather and all veterans fought for in the great wars. Freedom is what our ancestors sought when they left countries where they were mere peasants under a monarch’s rule. Freedom is the ultimate goal in every society.

Fighting Against Freedom

There’s been horrible rumblings in society over the past ten months about taking away a person’s freedom to choose what goes into their body. I’m going to come right out and say this, and if you don’t like it, too bad.

This is my body. I decide what goes into it and what doesn’t. If you think otherwise and try to go against my choice, you’re in for a fight. I don’t care about your health as much as I care about mine. I’m not threatening my health to appease you. I am NOT responsible for your health – you are!

To think otherwise is foolish. To think otherwise means I have the right to tell you how to live your life to better your health. That means no more cigarettes or recreational drugs. No more three meals a day; you’re down to two. Watching TV for more than four hours a week? Not anymore. You don’t spend a minimum of two hours outside walking or doing another activity regardless of the weather? Get off the couch! Pig out on six donuts? Nope. Drink pop? Not on my watch.

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Why Do I Write?

Why I writeI’ve been asked many questions over the decades concerning writing, but one that often stands out is: Why do you write?

I’ve answered this with a question of my own: why do you fish, why do you build houses, why do you do what you do? The obvious reason is because I want to.

Telling others why I loved fishing was easier than explaining why I loved to write. I mean, to many, writing was school work, which they were thankfully graduated from and wouldn’t have to do again.

Lately, I get this question with an add on: Why do write so much?

Ten years ago, I couldn’t answer this question nor the simple one (why do you write) as accurately as I can at this moment. It’s not that I’ve thought about it any more; the answer simply comes to me when I’m asked.

Why do I write like a mad woman?

The Short Answer

I have stories that need to be told before I die, and I want to live where I love.

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