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CBC did have an article about National Citizen's Inquiry, in Manitoba only though. Deadline for debate on new WHO powers is this week! You want Digital Dollar?
Your Action items for the week, and other related news
Happy Mother's Day! The word "mother" carries a significant and cherished meaning. I have heard that in some schools in Quebec, due to LGBTQ advocacy, there was a decision to no longer celebrate this day. However, thanks to the intervention of Quebec government officials, the holiday was eventually reinstated on the school calendar. It may seem unbelievable, but this is the reality we currently experience in Canada and other "developed" countries.
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News 1: Digital currency (not) coming to Canada
The major news of the week is the Bank of Canada's launch of a portal to gather feedback from citizens on central bank digital currency (CBDC), also known as digital Canadian dollar. Make sure you provide yours at https://survey.forumresearch.com/SE/1/BCA1/ - The deadline is June 19th, 2023.
If you are uncertain about the implications of the Bank of Canada's decision to move from cash to digital, consider the statement made by our Prime Minister quoted in my previous issue. He mentioned that he never coerced anyone into getting vaccinated but only "provided incentives." The ability to control how and when you use your money appears to be a highly effective "incentive," does it not?
News 2: CBC about NCI
Following my previous statement that there is absolutely no coverage of the ongoing National Citizen's Inquiry (NCI) in any of our mainstream channels, I was informed that CBC actually published an article about NCI in Manitoba back in April, during its occurrence there. It is highly recommended that you give it a read! You can find the article at this link: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/national-citizens-inquiry-covid-19-1.6810121
However, I still find it perplexing that other CBC channels remain silent on this matter. NCI is scheduled to take place in Ottawa next week. CBC, Ottawa Citizen, CTV—where are you? It would be greatly appreciated if you could cover this event and share the story with your audience.
News 3: The debate regarding the new powers that the WHO seeks to acquire continues in the UK parliament. Sign petition now, if you have not done it yet!
Watch the next two video clips to discover the extent of control that the WHO seeks to exert over all countries, while disregarding oversight, accountability, and the absence of remorse for its numerous previous erroneous recommendations and predictions. You will be left speechless after watching them .
Here’s another video clip (of 16th Mat 2023) with more detail. The list of proposed changes to the WHO International Health Regulations (2005) is here: https://apps.who.int/gb/wgihr/pdf_files/wgihr1/WGIHR_Compilation-en.pdf
Do have a look and share around. It is really concerning that the WHO aims to eliminate the clause mandating "full respect for the dignity, human rights, and fundamental freedoms of persons," enforce binding recommendations, and assume complete control over the exchange of information.
Article 3 Principles - PROPOSED TO BE REMOVED
The implementation of these Regulations shall be with full respect for the dignity, human rights and fundamental freedoms of persons
I eagerly anticipate our Canadian Parliament exhibiting the same level of scrutiny regarding the new WHO proposal as seen in the UK currently. To ensure this happens, please take a moment to sign the petition at https://petitions.ourcommons.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-4401. The deadline for signing is approaching this week: May 20, 2023.
In the meantime, while we await a comprehensive debate within our own Canadian Parliament regarding the successes and failures of the pandemic response and the extent to which WHO recommendations contributed to any missteps, Canadians can turn their attention to the ongoing National Citizen's Inquiry (NCI). Hopefully, CBC and other channels will expand their coverage of this important event.