Cancel Culture Claims Another Victim — Mike Stafford

Cancel Culture Claims Another Victim — Mike Stafford

The Red Guards of cancel culture claim another victim. The longtime AM 640 radio host Mike Stafford was fired almost immediately after using what is described as a “racial slur” (probably Paki) for East Indians in a PRIVATE employee chat group. He didn’t use the term on air

Penticton Rallies and planning meeting, CLEAR Kelowna MEGA Rally

 

Penticton Rallies and planning meeting, CLEAR Kelowna MEGA Rally

Events Calendar

Penticton

Sundays, noon to 2CLEAR Penticton Rallies

Warren Avenue and Main Street

Volunteer updates from 11:30 to noon. Arrive early. Get more involved!

Invite two friends!

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Monday, June 21.  Penticton Activists Planning meeting

Wild Scallion Restaurant, 75 Front Street, Penticton

You are encouraged to join us for dinner at 6:45 or 7 p.m.

followed by a productive planning hour from 8 to 9

and the option to stay until 10 for networking and to make signs and posters for upcoming rallies.  Focus – how to keep increasing our numbers.

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Kelowna

This Saturday, June 19 at Noon – CLEAR MEGA Rally

Stuart Park, Kelowna

Not to be missed!

Music at 11:30 featuring Jacquelyn Rose

A great line-up of speakers at noon:

~ Ted Kuntz ~ Vaccine Choice ~

~ Tanya Gaw ~ Action4Canada ~

~ Danielle Kinchella-Pistilli ~ Freedom Organization ~

~ Laura-Lynn  Tyler Thompson ~ host of Laura-LynnThompsonlive.tv ~

~ Bert Mayo ~ retired Deputy Sheriff, PoliceOnGuard.ca ~

Wow!

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I’ll see you at the rallies!

  Mary Lou

Action 4 Canada, Vancouver Meeting — Special Guest Derek Sloan, MP

Action 4 Canada, Vancouver Meeting — Special Guest Derek Sloan, MP
Protecting faith, family and freedom
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 Special Guest – Derek Sloan

You are invited to join the Action4Canada Team’s weekly Wednesday night meeting to learn how you can be involved and take action in your community. This week’s special guest is Derek Sloan MP.

Derek was a lawyer who decided to run for office as he felt he could be more effective as an MP. Derek was elected in October 2019 for the Conservative Party of Canada, as the Member of Parliament (MP) for the Ontario riding of Hastings-Lennox and Addington. Shortly after the election Andrew Scheer stepped down as leader and an election for the Conservative party leadership quickly followed. Derek ran but Erin O’Toole won.

After controversy over allegations of unsubstantiated racism and other nonsense Derek was removed from the Conservative Party and became an Independent.

Derek has much support from conservative-minded Canadians for his strong stand in defending the Canadian Constitution, Charter of Rights and Rule of Law. Derek is also a leader committed to protecting faith, family, and freedom. He is married and has three children.

This week’s meeting is on Wednesday June 16th, 2021 at 5.45pm Pacific/ 8.45pm Eastern.

Please register in advance for this meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information on how to join the meeting.

Please consider a donation as we are a not-for-profit and rely solely on the contributions of our donors to support the work we are doing. Thank you, The Team
@ Action4Canada

CLEAR KELOWNA MEGA RALLY – 19 June, 2021

 

CLEAR KELOWNA MEGA RALLY – 19 June, 2021

Music will begin @ 11:30 with Jacquelyn Rose and Speakers will begin at 12:00 noon until approximately 1:15 pm, after which we will have our march through Kelowna’s downtown core to end on Hwy 97

*** download We are so fortunate to feature one of Canada’s most trusted and knowledgeable persons actively involved in filing the most comprehensive constitutional challenge to the COVID-19 lockdown and restrictions, Tanya Gaw.

*** Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson – Host of Laura-Lynnlive.tv. Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson, the former co-host for the national daily show, The 700 Club Canada, is both energetic and funny but she is best known for her passion and compassion, with those around her.

*** photo 2021-05-16 22-36-40 Kelowna’s very own Ted Kuntz from Vaccine Choice Canada
A father, activist, speaker, author and educ

*** Danielle Kinchella-Pistilli, a powerful and engaging speaker who backed the Freedom Rally World event at the Vancouver Art Gallery, promotes apposing lock down through her Freedom Organization

*** download 3 Bert Mayo, opposed to the lock down, is a retired deputy sheriff after 27 years of service. He honours the oath to uphold the constitution and will be sharing information about the lock downs. You can find out more at policeonguard.ca ***


*** CLEAR is looking for volunteers, sincere ones at that! If you would like to work for the good guys and like what you have seen so far, please share your talents and gifts with us. We need some hi level tech skills, graphic designers, security, and more. Thank you for your support and consideration. Please contact David directly at clear20

Political Prisoner Kevin J. Johnston Denied Bail Again: How A Repressive System Keeps Non-Violent Dissidents in Jail by Denying Bail

Political Prisoner Kevin J. Johnston Denied Bail Again: How A Repressive System Keeps Non-Violent Dissidents in Jail by Denying Bail

Calgary mayoral candidate Kevin J. Johnston denied bail again

Mon., June 14, 2021, 1:52 p.m.

Kevin J. Johnston must remain behind bars until his trial on July 12, a second judge has ruled. Johnston, a mayoral candidate in Calgary, is charged with causing a disturbance for refusing to wear a mask and becoming verbally abusive to mall employees, police have said. (Kevin J. Johnston/Facebook - image credit)
Kevin J. Johnston must remain behind bars until his trial on July 12, a second judge has ruled. Johnston, a mayoral candidate in Calgary, is charged with causing a disturbance for refusing to wear a mask and becoming verbally abusive to mall employees, police have said. (Kevin J. Johnston/Facebook – image credit)

Calgary mayoral candidate and anti-masker Kevin J. Johnston has been denied bail a second time and will stay behind bars until his trial on July 12.

Johnston is in custody in connection with charges of causing a disturbance and breaching a court order after he showed up at the Core Mall in downtown Calgary on May 22 and tried to enter stores without a mask.

When asked to put one on, he became verbally abusive to employees, police said.

Days after his arrest, a provincial court judge denied bail to Johnston, finding he was too high a risk to reoffend.

On Monday, Johnston’s lawyer asked Court of Queen’s Bench Justice David Gates to release his client, but the judge denied the application.

Defence lawyer Ian McCuaig argued that by the time his client’s trial begins, Johnston would arguably have served more than a fit sentence.

But Gates disagreed, suggesting the “very unique circumstances” of the alleged crimes taking place during a pandemic, at a time when Calgary was seeing some of the highest infection rates in the world, was an aggravating factor.

The judge also pointed out that Johnston and three others, who are his roommates, according to McCuaig, were filming their interactions with store employees.

“This was not an innocent shopping trip with his four roommates,” said Gates.

AHS suing Johnston

Johnston is also facing an assault charge in B.C. and a hate crime charge in Ontario.

In December, Johnston moved from Ontario to Alberta and began a campaign of denying there was an ongoing pandemic and railing against public health restrictions.

Aside from his criminal charges, Johnston is also facing a civil contempt charge for promoting large gatherings against Alberta Health Services (AHS) orders, which require physical distancing, masking and limits on gatherings.

Johnston’s contempt hearing is set to take place Wednesday.

He has also been served a $1.3-million lawsuit for more than a dozen videos posted threatening AHS employees.

Last week, AHS served Johnston with the defamation lawsuit following months of threats against its employees on various web broadcasts and online video streams.

The statement of claim notes 15 times Johnston posted hateful commentary about two health inspectors in particular, including “suggesting the plaintiffs would likely be ‘stabbed’ or put in a ‘wheelchair’ and would deserve it.”

Loss of Freedoms & Canada’s End the Lockdown Movement

Loss of Freedoms & Canada’s End the Lockdown Movement

[On May 17, the Globe and Mail published an opinion piece co-authored by Bernie Farber smearing the END THE LOCKDOWN rallies. For several days, I sought to reach the editor and Opinion Page editor of the Globe. They are unreachable by phone.  I sent an e-mail proposing a rebuttal piece. I got no answer. I submitted a response which forms part of the article below. I received no answer. The Globe happily publishes smears by one of Canada’s most notorious opponents of free speech, but permits no reply. Here is the Farber hatchet job: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-the-overlap-between-lockdown-agitators-and-hate-groups-is-a-threat-to/]

            Since mid-March, 2020, End the Lockdown rallies have been a regular weekly occurrence in cities across Canada. At first, most of the press ignored them or dismissed them, as Ontario’s Premier Doug Ford did, a “a bunch of yahoos.” However, their staying and spread across the Dominion have made them impossible to ignore.

            So, many in the elite have changed their tune.

            Calgary’s mayor Naheed Nenshi is a Moslem who alleges that the End The Lockdown Movement is a vast rightwing conspiracy. “They are people who are marching in thinly veiled white nationalist supremacist anti-government protests,” he said. His accusations were echoed by Jagmeet Singh, he of the rainbow coloured collection of turbans, the $2,000 suits, the BMW Coup, hailed by BuzzFeed  as the “most stylish politician in Canada”. He is a supporter of the radical Sikh Khalistan movement and, in 2013, was banned from India. He heads the socialist New Democratic Party in the Dominion Parliament. Recently Singh said the protests are part of “extreme right-wing ideology.” He complained “To brazenly not follow public-health guidelines puts people at risk and that is something that we’ve seen with extreme right-wing ideology, ”

            And Bernie Farber, long one of Canada’s fiercest opponents of free speech weighed in. Writing in the Globe and Mail (May 17, 2021)he alleged: “The principal actors of the anti-lockdown movement have either been or rubbed elbows with some significant haters on the scene. Vancouver neo-Nazi Brian Ruhe, Quebec’s far-right conspiracy streamer Alexis Cossette-Trudel, a big name among France’s QAnon following, is an important mouthpiece of the francophone anti-lockdown movement. Neo-Nazi Paul Fromm is a fixture at rallies in both Ontario and in Kelowna, B.C. Antimask activist Chris Saccoccia’s social-media feeds feature Holocaust denial and racist posts.” Farber was for years the CEO of the Canadian Jewish Congress, whose lobbying brought about Canada’s notorious Sec. 319 of the Criminal Code, the “hate law”. Farber lobbied mightily to have me fired from my 25-year teaching position as an English instructor in Peel County. He now heads the Canadian Anti-Hate Network (CAHN), funded by federal government grants and a huge donation from the Bank of Montreal.

            The CAHN tosses around the smear “neo-Nazi” promiscuously. Farber’s fellow board member at the Canadian Anti-Hate Network Evan Balgord elaborated on the conspiracy theory: “We have two pandemics: We have the actual pandemic and then we have this pandemic of hate.Things are kind of getting worse both online and offline … with maybe one pandemic, we have kind of a solution for, but the hate thing, we don’t have a vaccine for that.” The Toronto Star (May 10, 2021) quoted Balgord: “Balgord said such events make for ‘fertile hunting’ for new recruits because hateful ideas are not being policed, and once someone believes in one conspiracy theory, it’s easy to believe in others. ‘We now have a greatly increased number of people who are coming into close contact with racists and bigots of all stripes with more conspiracy theories.'” he said.

            As early as last December, Canada’s censorship lobby was sounding the alarm. The Kelowna Courier (December 18, 2020) reported: “Anti-mask and anti-lockdown rallies in Kelowna have caught the attention of anti-hate groups across Canada because of what they say are ties to a known Canadian white supremacist. According to Elizabeth Simons, deputy director of the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, the presence of Paul Fromm at several local rallies dating back to the spring, and his association with rally organizer David Kevin Lindsay, are troubling.

            Fromm has been described by anti-hate groups as a known neo-Nazi. According to Simonds, far-right and white-nationalist groups and supporters are directly involved in organizing many similar rallies across Canada. ‘It’s hugely concerning seeing this trend right across the country,’ she said.”

            Jewish lobby groups have, in the past, been adept at “divide and conquer”, decreeing who may associate with whom or meet with whom without being tainted.

            However, with Canada’s End the Lockdown movement, the old tactic is just not working. That’s because of the nature of the movement, as I shall explain. If the End the Lockdown movement is not a vast rightwing conspiracy, then what is it? As they say on the dating sites: “It’s complicated.”

            On  May 17, the Globe ran an opinion piece by Bernie Farber and David Fisman entitled “Overlap between lockdown agitators and hate groups is a threat to us all” which caricatured the END THE LOCKDOWN rallies that have occurred on a weekly across the Dominion.

            A reader, uninformed by information available on the Internet or his own experience at a local rally, might conclude these rallies comprised people strutting around in funny armbands or earnest conspiracy weirdos with tinfoil hats. Nothing could be further from the truth.

            Attend one of these rallies and, although the attendees are angry at the job killing lockdowns, and  the loss of freedom to gather to worship, you find a happy atmosphere, reminiscent of a 60s love-in. Far from being a “hate group”, these rallies are joyous events, often with people dancing to boom box music and songs like Twisted Sister’s “We’re not gonna take it anymore” or Rolling Stones Mick Jagger’s new anti-lockdown song “Easy Sleazy”. No one wears a mask — well, occasionally, some wit wears one of those mediaeval doctor’s masks that looks like a bird’s beak. People embrace and hug complete strangers. Everyone is welcome. Indeed, one of the groups participating in many rallies is called Hugs Over Masks. In Toronto, a Chinese lady circulates through the crowd offering a tray of her home-baked treats free to fellow “freedom fighters.” Sadly, this elegant lady, in high heels and a fashionable dress,  was handcuffed and arrested on May 8 for being in possession of a megaphone.

            The END THE LOCKDOWN rallies are a political protestof a sort unseen since World War II. They started in Vancouver in mid-March 2020 The next weekend, they spread to Toronto. Those calling for an end to the crippling lockdown were sniffily dismissed by Premier Ford as “a bunch of yahoos”. Ironically, many of these people had been part of his populist “Ford Nation.”

            Since then, the rallies have spread right across the country. The remarkable fact about these protests is their regularity and consistency. They occur weekly in cities large and small. Movements in the past have staged mass rallies but not weekly and not right across the country. In the late ’60s, the left organized large anti-war demonstrations in major cities opposing the war in Vietnam twice a year. Similarly, in the mid-80s, the left staged large demonstrations against President Reagan’s star wars programme. Although these demonstrations were large, they were not weekly. Other groups have organized large protests but only on occasion like Right to Life’s annual pro-life rally in Ottawa  and demonstrations against specific legislation like more stringent gun control.

            The consistency and persistence of the END THE LOCKDOWN rallies are remarkable and they have spread and become a weekly occurrence from Kelowna to Penticton to Kamloops to Calgary to Edmonton to Fort McMurray to Saskatoon to Brantford and many other places. These rallies are really like ’60s “happenings.” The word goes out, usually over the Internet and concerned people show up, often with little advance notice and usually with little media attention. For instance, on May  14, over an estimated 50,000 END THE LOCKDOWN supporters gathered in Queen’s Park and heard speakers like Maxime Bernier, leader of the populist People’s Party of Canada. The rally and Mr. Bernier’s message went all but uncovered in the mainstream media. That evening, a smaller demonstration estimated at about 5,000  people supporting Palestine had sporadic clashes with a smaller group supporting Israel at Nathan Phillips Square. That was the event that got all the media attention.

            Participants hail from a wide range of backgrounds. I have talked to participants who voted Liberal, NDP, Green, Conservative or People’s Party in the last election. Mr. Farber, who, I suspect, has never attended an END THE LOCKDOWN rally, alleges participants are dedicated to “an anti-public health agenda aimed at undermining the Canadian economy and the health and well-being of Canadians”.

            What unites these people, young and old, working class, middle-class, rural, urban, is a passionate attachment to freedoms they see being vacuumed away in government lockdowns and restrictions. Far from undermining the economy, they want the economy re-opened and the job and business crippling lockdowns ended, perhaps like the state of Florida which is wide open, with businesses open and no enforced mask mandate and an infection rate slightly lower than Ontario, which has been locked down since November.

            Some from the start some feared that enforced masking was a dry run for forced vaccination. Now, there is widespread talk of some sort of proof of vaccination being a requirement for air travel, attendance at sporting event or entry to certain jobs.

            Many are appalled by the loss of religious freedom. Three Alberta pastors have been handcuffed and jailed for holding Sunday services. Yes, in Alberta, not North Korea. A ban or severe limitation on gatherings essentially cancelled Christmas and Easter worship. Religious folk and many civil libertarians are horrified at the padlocking of defiant Christian churches as has happened to Pastor Henry Hildebrandt’s in Aylmer and Pastor James Coates’ in Edmonton.

            The essential spirit of the END THE LOCKDOWN rallies was captured at a mass protest on a scorching July 1, Canada Day, on Parliament Hill. A sea of Canadian flags and some old Red Ensigns is one section set up a booming chant of “Freedom, Freedom” to be answered by a sea of Quebec Fleur de lys flags and a few flags from the Revolution of 1837 in another section and their chant “liberte, liberte”. — Paul Fromm

groups participating in many rallies is called Hugs Over Masks. In Toronto, a Chinese lady circulates through the crowd offering a tray of her home-baked treats free to fellow “freedom fighters.” Sadly, this elegant lady was handcuffed and arrested on May 8 for being in possession of a megaphone.

            The END THE LOCKDOWN rallies are a political protest unseen since World War II. They started in Vancouver in mid-March 2020 The next weekend, they spread to Toronto. Those calling for an end to the crippling lockdown were sniffily dismissed by Premier Ford as “a bunch of yahoos”. Ironically, many of these people had been part of his Ford Nation.

            Since then, the rallies have spread right across the country. The remarkable fact about these protests is their regularity and consistency. They occur weekly in cities large and small. Movements in the past have staged mass rallies but not weekly and right across the country. In the late ’60s, the left staged large anti-war demonstrations in major cities opposing the war in Vietnam twice a year. Similarly, in the mid-80s, the left staged large demonstrations against President Reagan’s star wars programme. Although these demonstrations were large, they were not weekly. Other groups have staged large protests but only on occasion like Right to Life’s annual pro-life rally in Ottawa  and demonstrations against specific legislation like more stringent gun control.

            The consistency and persistence of the END THE LOCKDOWN rallies are remarkable and they have spread and become a weekly occurrence from Kelowna to Penticton to Kamloops to Calgary to Edmonton to Fort McMurray to Saskatoon to Brantford and many other places. These rallies are really like ’60s “happenings.” The word goes out, usually over the Internet and concerned people show up, often with little advance notice and usually with little media attention. For instance, on May  14, over an estimated 50,000 END THE LOCKDOWN supporters gathered in Queen’s Park and heard speakers like Maxime Bernier. The rally and Mr. Bernier’s message went all but uncovered in the mainstream media. That evening, a smaller demonstration estimated at about 5,000  people supporting Palestine had sporadic clashes with a smaller group supporting Israel at Nathan Phillips Square. That was the event that got all the media attention.

            Participants hail from a wide range of backgrounds. I have talked to participants who voted Liberal, NDP, Green, Conservative or People’s Party in the last election. Mr. Farber, who, I suspect, has never attended an END THE LOCKDOWN rally, alleges participants are dedicated to “an anti-public health agenda aimed at undermining the Canadian economy and the health and well-being of Canadians”.

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            What unites these people, young and old, working class, middle-class, rural, urban, is a passionate attachment to freedoms they see being vacuumed away in government lockdowns and restrictions. Far from undermining the economy, they want the economy re-opened and the job and business crippling lockdowns ended, perhaps like the state of Florida which is wide open, with businesses open and no enforced mask mandate and an infection rate slightly lower than locked down Ontario.

            Some from the start some feared that enforced masking was a dry run for forced vaccination. Now, there is widespread talk of some sort of proof of vaccination being a requirement for air travel, attendance at sporting event or entry to certain jobs.

            Many are appalled by the loss of religious freedom. Three Alberta pastors have been handcuffed and jailed for holding Sunday services. Yes, in Alberta, not North Korea. A ban or severe limitation on gatherings essentially cancelled Christmas and Easter worship. Religious folk and many civil libertarians are horrified at the padlocking of defiant Christian churches as has happened to Pastor Henry Hildebrandt in Aylmer and Pastor James Coates in Edmonton.

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            The essential spirit of the END THE LOCKDOWN rallies was captured at a mass protest on a scorching July 1, Canada Day, on Parliament Hill. A sea of Canadian flags and some old Red Ensigns is one section set up a booming chant of “Freedom, Freedom” to be answered by a sea of Quebec Fleur de lys flags and a few flags from the Revolution of 1837 in another section and their chant “liberte, liberte”. — Paul Fromm

We Iconoclasts as Barbarians Against the Globalist Order

We Iconoclasts as Barbarians Against the Globalist Order

I read the excellent essay “Stand up to the mob : Statue wreckers and their Establishment enablers..”  just now     *     URL below
attached find a photo  the Red Ensign on me … the flag our parents fought under. 
I make a point of wearing it at the GATHERINGS to    END the God Damned LOCKDOWN

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front page story on the Timely-Colonic  ( Victoria’s pathetic excuse for a newspaper )  on Saturday, was, about the statue of Queen Victoria on the precinct of the Legislature,  being vandalized.  Yesterday, we gathered on the grounds as part of our weekly  END the God damned LOCKDOWN protest, immediately beside that statue. I spoke with the Sgt. of the Leg. protective services. He told me they have photos of the perpetrators / names of 2 of them. The perps were members of the 200 + group which had occupied the grounds, the previous day, protesting  logging at Fairy Creek. No mere co-incidence that  a couple of assholes disgraced the whole crowd. A perfect example of what Gerry T Neal’s essay explains.   The Victoria police are investigating and preparing to lay charges of criminal mischief

I was tossed in to the anti-abortion thing, in 1991.  The Everywoman’s Court case had originated   in 1988. 104 and more anti-abortionists were charged for contempt of the Court Order then in place.  As I educated me-self on that topic via 4 court actions … I discovered that,  up til early 1988, the Pro-Lifers   had been peaceful and respectful. Deliberately making way for public travel on the public sidewalk outside the abortuary. Along came KENNETH LLOYD BRIDGES and another guy. From first-hand conversation with a few folks who’d been on the scene then,  I learned that Bridges / the other guy, had rolled in to town, un-known to any of the other genuine Pro-Lifers.  Bridges / the other guy, then stoked up the protesters to block the doors of the abortuary as was the fad in the US of A.  When about 104 of them got arrested, Bridges / his sidekick were long gone.  No doubt in my mind but that they were agents provocateur,  sent in to frame up the issue the way it was down south.

the peaceful protesters … nearly all Christians … were sabotaged/ betrayed as well as mis-led by their own naive leaders.    From that moment on, anti-abortionists were portrayed as the bad guys…. even “domestic terrorists”.  One of these days I will put out a book about my experience “About a Decade”.

Gordon Watson

And you Still Think Masks & Social Distancing Are Good? The Bigs Boys & Girls No It’s All Social Control Bullshit

And you Still Think Masks & Social Distancing Are Good? The Bigs Boys & Girls No It’s All Social Control Bullshit

The 95 year old Queen with G-7 leaders today. They entered UK without quarantine, no social distancing, no masks. The pandemic rules & restrictions are only for us peons! What a BULLSHIT fiasco this pandemic management & shutdowns are with these jackasses pushing this agenda!

Free Max!

Free Max!

O sick Canada—sick country just plain SICK



People’s Party of Canada Leader, Maxime Bernier was arrested in Manitoba Friday!

After the first stop on his “Mad Max Manitoba Tour” in the small town of Niverville, he had been fined and threatened with arrest.

Just an hour later, RCMP officers arrested him outside the village of St-Pierre-Jolys, where he had just spoken to a crowd of supporters.

Maxime knew that by going to Manitoba he was going up against the provincial despot Brian Pallister, and that arrest was a real possibility.

He still did it, because Maxime deeply believes in freedom.

He has shown he has the courage and bravery to do what’s right.

Maxime Bernier, a political leader, was wrongfully arrested on charges that violate his constitutional rights as a Canadian citizen.

Section 2(c) of our Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the right to peaceful assembly.

This isn’t about COVID-19 anymore. It’s political oppression.

He was arrested for opposing the unjustified, unscientific, and disastrous lockdown measures that have been imposed on Canadians for over 15 months.

That’s the kind of stuff countries like China and Russia do.

Did you ever think Canada would turn into a place where there are political prisoners?

This is not the Canada we know and love.

Ted, we’re the only political party in Canada fighting for your freedom!

Will you help our cause with a donation of $20 today, or whatever you can afford, for the sake of this country?

Thank you for your continued support!
-PPC Team

P.S.: It’s possible that Maxime will be in jail for several days. Check our social media accounts for regular updates on Maxime’s situation in the coming hours and days.

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