Under Cover of COVID Bibles no longer available in Courtrooms in British Columbia http://cafe.nfshost.com/?p=5677

Bibles no longer available in Courtrooms in British Columbia

Below is the URL to the official Announcement of protocol in Her Majesty’s Courts in British Columbia,   a textbook example of how the antichrists move the ancient guide lines …

A wave of the hand and the word “covid” is now  catch-all excuse for eliminating the traditions of the last thousand years’ of British jurisprudence 

see para. V Oaths or Affirmations


Gordon S Watson
Justice Critic
Party of Citizens Who Have Decided To Think for Ourselves & Be Our Own Politicians

Dave Lindsay, C.L.E.A.R. Kelowna END THE LOCKDOWN Rally Leader Fined $9,000

Kelowna man fined $9,000 for COVID charges says goal is to “make an example” of him


Good move David—you have been fighting for all of us for such a long time—’tis time to take a moment to be helped!!!!—& these are the folks that will!!!

If You Never Made It to Police State East Germany Under the STASI or North Korea, Welcome to the Medico-Stalinist Tyranny of Ontario: Gatherings in YOUR Home Banned; Churches & Most Businesses Closed. The “Reopening Ontario Act” is a scam — It’s About Shutting it Down!

If You Never Made It to Police State East Germany Under the STASI or North Korea, Welcome to the Medico-Stalinist Tyranny of Ontario: Gatherings in YOUR Home Banned; Churches & Most Businesses Closed

Here are the fines people could face for violating Ontario’s coronavirus shutdown laws Ontario entered a provincewide shutdown on Saturday in a bid to slow the spread of COVID-19. It’s the second lockdown for the province since the pandemic began, with the first widespread measures having been in place during the spring. targeting social gatherings and businesses are among measures implemented as part of the shutdown.

A list of the restrictions currently enforceable throughout Ontario by provincial law are detailed under this section of Reopening Ontario Act, a spokesperson from the solicitor general’s office said. Among them are:

A ban on indoor social gatherings with anyone outside of your household. There is an exception for a person who lives alone and visits a second household.

A ban on outdoor social gatherings of more than 10 people.

The closure or limitation on operations of some businesses, including the closure of personal care services, limitation on retail sales, and restricting restaurants and bars to take-out, delivery, or drive-thru services only.

The restrictions are expected to be locally adjusted as regions move out of lockdown next month and the province moves back to its colour-coded response framework.

Depending on the violation of an emergency order and the discretion of an officer who observes an offence, the type of charge laid as well as the resulting fine can vary.

In general, anyone who violates an emergency order could face a fine of $750, while a person who obstructs someone exercising power or performing a duty in accordance with an order could face a fine of $1,000. Current Time 0:32/Duration 9:060Trudeau looks back on 2020: ‘Lots of things we learned that we could have done differently

However, a person who violates an emergency order could also be issued a summons in which the court would determine a penalty upon conviction, that could include a fine of up to $100,000 and a year in jail.

The province has also set up a minimum $10,000 fine for hosts or organizers of parties in violation of gathering laws.

Meanwhile, corporations which violate an emergency order could face a fine up to $10,000,000 upon conviction.

Fines could be increased even higher “by an amount equal to the financial benefit that was acquired.”

It’s important to note that municipalities may also impose additional restrictions beyond those implemented by the province, which could include additional fines.

Adamson BBQ Legal Defence Fund Reaches $310,209 — Organizer Refuses Leftists’ Ploy of Dividing & Criticizing Supporters & Resists Censors’ Efforts to Pressure GoFundMe to Shut Down These Freedom Fighters

Adamson BBQ Legal Defence Fund Reaches $310,209 — Organizer Refuses Leftists’ Ploy of Dividing & Criticizing Supporters & Resists Censors’ Efforts to Pressure GoFundMe to Shut Down These Freedom Fighters

Good morning folks,

Well, here we are at $303,000!

Thank you sincerely for all that you have done to make this effort a success.

Now, over the past days, I have been asked to comment on various rumours and perceived controversies.

Well, I won’t do it.

From the beginning I have asked you to fund the fight to challenge asymmetric COVID regulations in the courts.

I have asked you to do that by contributing to the Adamson BBQ Legal Defence Fund.

And you have all responded in kind.

Today I want to stand by that ask.

And thank all of you for your extremely generous support, with the utmost sincerity.

During my career, I have found myself outside the good graces of the compact majority.

Not often, but enough for it to matter.

It is the nature of having a successful career in politics and policy. Well, any successful career really.

I have been the subject of rumours, media scrutiny and even legal claims that were, at the end of the day, exposed as utter bullshit and were withdrawn without prejudice.

But not before they took their toll on my interpersonal relationships with my children, my spouse, my friends, my colleagues and my clients.

And I will never use any platform to do that to another man.

Nor will I use any platform to perpetuate those claims.

Why? Because at the end of the day, they exist to weaken our resolve and encourage us to just give up.

Public relations is war. Right now, we are engaged in a war with the most powerful adversary there is— government.

This is an institution with the power to use our own money against us.

So today I want to express to you all that I stand by Adam in his fight for the fair treatment of small business.

Really, if we do not have the courage to stand by our convictions when the going gets tough, then we have no business in the fight.

I will be ceasing the campaign within the next week.

Before I do, I would really love for us to hit that $350,000 target.

This is going to be a tough battle and I would hate to see it stall out for lack of resources.

For those of you, like me, whose resolve has only been strengthened by the recent petition campaign to “defund” our fight, I hope you will give one last time.

If each of us who receives this update contributed just $7 today, we would reach our goal.

Are you with me? Do you #standbyadam?

More Medico-Stalinism: Prince Albert Pastor Fined $14,000 for Singing

, Pastor Vern Temple does what other people won’t do. He helps the lowest of the low — homeless people, hungry people. He’s up in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, so a lot of his work is with people from the nearby Indian band.  It’s one of the poorest churches I’ve ever seen, and I’ve seen the churches in Iraq that ISIS torched. But the local mayor, a bully named Greg Dionne, just can’t stand the church. He’s always after it for something. And he finally found a way to try and bring it down — a ludicrous $14,000 fine for singing. I’m serious. For singing in a church. Here, watch Pastor Vern tell you himself:

No-one can afford a $14,000 fine. Certainly not one of the poorest churches in Canada, one that already spends every dollar it has to feed the poor and house the homeless. Imagine the moral compass of a mayor who permits a casino to stay open during the pandemic, but cracks down on a church for doing the same. Pastor Vern and his congregants can’t afford the fine. They can’t afford a lawyer, either. He’s between a rock and a hard place.

But that’s where we come in — you and me. Rebel News has hired a great lawyer for Pastor Vern — a freedom-fighting civil liberties lawyer named Sarah Miller. I almost feel bad for that bully mayor. He’s not going to know what hit him! We’re not going to pay the fine. We’re going to fight the fine.

And if you want to support our fight, go to www.FightTheFines.com and chip in to help us crowdfund this top-notch lawyer. That’s where you can check out our other cases, too! If you know someone who needs a lawyer to fight a pandemic fine, tell them to go to our site and fill out the form — we’ll try to have a lawyer reach out and help them. And if you don’t know someone who needs help, maybe you can be someone who gives it by joining our crowdfunding campaign and pitching in a few dollars. On behalf of Pastor Vern — thanks.

Yours truly,

Sheila Gunn Reid
Chief Reporter,

Rebel News P.S. Have you noticed how the lockdown bullies seem to be picking on Christian churches? Not on casinos, liquor stores, cannabis stores, or even Wal-marts and Costcos. They’re picking on churches. In this case, they’ve issued the largest fine in Canada — a whopping $14,000. Time to fight back!

Randy Hillier as part of ‘nomorelockdowns.org’ 3

Randy Hillier as part of ‘nomorelockdowns.org

Our fundamental rights and freedoms are under attack and must be defended. It’s not enough to be found not guilty of violating these unlawful measures, I am determined to have these unlawful #COVID19 laws struck down, never to be implemented again. They will not hold up in court, and we are going to prove it.Nomorelockdowns.org has started a legal defence fund to help fight these authoritarian lockdowns in court.

’m thankful for everyone who has helped me fight in the court of public opinion, but now I need your help to fight in the court of law

consider making a donation at NoMoreLockdowns.org/Legal_Defence to help put an end to these intrusive and unconstitutional lockdown measures.Together we will assemble a top notch legal team to beat the government in court, restore our businesses, bring our families back together, and return Ontario and the country back to normal.#onpoli#cdnpoli#nomorelockdowns#fordfailedthepeople

Manitoba’s “Conservative” Gov’t Hires Private Security Firm G4S to Fine Citizens & Harass Freedom Fighters: The STASI Comes to Manitoba

Manitoba’s “Conservative” Gov’t Hires Private Security Firm G4S to Fine Citizens & Harass Freedom Fighters: The STASI Comes to Manitoba

Manitoba hires private security firm to crack down on COVID-19 rule breakers starting this weekend

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Province also filing charges against Steinbach protesters, Manitoba premier says

Sarah Petz · CBC News · Posted: Nov 17, 2020 9:20 AM CT | Last Updated: November 17

Premier Brian Pallister says a private security firm will enforce Manitoba’s public health orders starting this weekend. (Gary Solilak/CBC)

Private security officers will crack down on rule breakers after shoppers crowded into big-box stores, where many bought non-essential goods during the first weekend of the province’s latest lockdown.

The province has hired security firm G4S Canada to boost its enforcement of COVID-19 regulations, and their personnel should be handing out tickets by this weekend, Premier Brian Pallister said Tuesday. 

The province is also filing charges in addition to levying fines against those who took part in a rally in Steinbach this past weekend where protesters flouted COVID-19 regulations, Pallister said.

“I believe Manitobans want to see deterrents to the kind of behaviour they saw on the weekend, and we’re going to make sure those deterrents exist,” he said. 

Pallister said he respects people’s right to peaceful protest, but those who took part in that protest put people in danger. 

“You don’t have to believe in COVID, COVID already believes in you,” he said. 

Personnel from G4S Canada are in orientation right now and will be working this weekend, Pallister said.

The staff at the security company are skilled at dealing with confrontation, which is part of the reason they were hired, Pallister said. 

“It’s a company that has people who are used to dealing with situations where, let’s just say, it’s not always pleasant … as opposed to a lot of our government employees that don’t have that experience personally,” he said.

WATCH | Premier Brian Pallister explains why G4S was hired: 

Private security company to support COVID-19 rule enforcement

20 hours agoVideo1:01Premier Brian Pallister says a private security firm will enforce Manitoba’s public health orders starting this weekend after protest drew more than 100 to Steinbach. 1:01

Band-Aid solution: MGEU

All of Manitoba was put into code red restrictions last Thursday, forcing most non-essential businesses and services to close, as the province’s caseload continues to soar. 

Essential products include groceries, personal hygiene items, hardware and household appliances.

A total of 32 tickets were issued for various offences over the last week, including for large gathering sizes, failure to quarantine and a northern travel violation, says a news release from the province.

Michelle Gawronsky, president of the Manitoba Government and General Employees’ Union, called the hiring of G4S a Band-Aid solution, and said the province should have done more to invest in its own workforce. 

“Though civil servants are more than willing to do their part in the fight against COVID-19 and will continue to do so, simply adding unfamiliar pandemic enforcement duties to existing staff workloads is not a sustainable solution,” she said in an email.

“Having stripped the civil service to the bone and having failed to prepare for the second wave [of COVID-19], this government is scrambling to bring in temporary support for enforcement on an urgent basis.”

Manitoba NDP Leader Wab Kinew said that he thinks more enforcement is needed, but that it should have been prioritized months ago, when the province first started seeing signs of increased community spread. 

While the rally in Steinbach on the weekend was upsetting to a lot of people, what is more upsetting is what’s happening in Manitoba’s hospitals, the Opposition leader said.

“What really upsets us even more than that is a potential crisis unfolding in our hospitals and in our personal care homes,” he said. 

Restrictions for big box stores being looked at

A new daily record was set on Sunday, when 494 more COVID-19 cases were announced. Another 392 cases were announced on Monday, and 270 more on Tuesday.

The total number of deaths in the province due to the pandemic is now 179. Of those, 110 deaths have come since the start of November.

On Monday, Pallister said the government was considering imposing tighter restrictions on big-box stores, suggesting they are flouting the spirit of the lockdown orders. 

Places like Walmart, Costco and Superstore have been allowed to remain open because they are deemed essential retailers, providing groceries and pharmacies.  

Long lines of customers have been seen waiting to get inside those stores, where they are able to purchase non-essential goods like toys, books and furniture. 

Some people have also complained that stores like Ikea and Best Buy have also remained open.

Smaller independent businesses that don’t carry a wide range of products have been forced to shutter during the lockdown.

Preventing big-box stores from selling products not considered essential is clearly “one element that has to be looked at,” Pallister said on Monday.

Covid1984 and The Emperor’s New New Clothes

Covid1984 and The Emperor’s New Clothes

Parallels With Children’s Tale That Warns of Mass Deception.

The emperor who gets scammed by a pair of con-artists is a cautionary children’s tale about a swindle which, like all scams, relies upon the psychological manipulation of the target. It is a story in which the swindle permeates down from the king, through his courtiers and into the general population. When the truth is revealed by a boy crying, “Look, the king is as naked as the day that he was born!”, the people snap out of the mass hypnosis.

The Covid1984 psyop is a darker version of the classic fable in which the king (emperor) and his advisors fall prey to a scam. The scam being that only he and his cohorts are capable of appreciating a tailored set of clothes which do not factually exist. In the tale, the swindlers emphasise that only those with intelligence can see the garments.

In the UK’s Covid1984 version of the fable, the lies of the false narrative are peddled by the majority of the 650 members of parliament via press conferences and a compliant media that simply regurgitates the lies. All of it is to the detriment of the people’s psychological health. This is deliberate. 

It is psychological manipulation, #GasLighting – whereby the target (the people) is slowly but surely being driven mad by the lies of the psychotic perpetrator (UK ‘gov’ who are under the instruction of the ‘tailors’, those who stitch together the material falsehoods of the narrative that there is a ‘pandemic’).

Matt Hancock, Boris Johnson, Dominic Cummings, Patrick Vallance and Chris Whitty are those courtiers who perpetrate the lies of the shadowy ‘tailors’. Whenever any of those mouthpieces for their globalist masters opens his mouth he ignores the facts and spouts on oblivious to the truth. In a way, it is a form of Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NDP), a pathological mental condition that requires a fake narrative, as produced by the mind of the narcissist himself. It is a fake state of mind in which the individual falsely believes his understanding is correct and not open to any kind of healthy debate. 

Who are the tailors? In the case of Covid1984, it is a case of following the money. The international banks are behind the lockdown and the masquerade. For the perfect exemplar, the president of Belarusia was apparently subject to a bribe from World Bank, IMF : introduce these measures and you will qualify for a ‘loan’ of over $900m: