I find it quite disturbing at this time in B.C.’s political landscape to find that 37 of B.C.’s mayors will be returning to office because no one ran against them. The following mayors (taken from the Province article above) have all won by acclamation:
“B.C. mayors who won by acclamation this year include: Dennis A Buchanan, Alert Bay; Joe Craner, Armstrong; Barbara H Roden, Ashcroft; Ward Stamer, Barriere; Mike Hurley, Burnaby; Ryan Windsor, Central Saanich; Ruth Hoyte, Coldstream; Nicole B. Minions, Comox; Michelle P. Staples, Duncan; Sarrah A Storey, Fraser Lake; Steve J Morissette, Fruitvale; Linda J McGuire, Granisle; Ken Williams, Highlands; Shane Brienen, Houston; Allen Miller, Invermere; Maureen Pinkney, 100 Mile House; Sylvia Pranger, Kent; Don McCormick, Kimberley; Phil Germuth, Kitimat; Aaron Stone, Ladysmith; Sheri A Disney, Masset; Alan Raine, Mountain Resort Municipality; Tom Zeleznik, Nakusp; Kevin Murdoch, Oak Bay; Martin Johansen, Oliver; Nicole MacDonald, Pitt Meadows; Scott Cabianca, Port Clements; Brad West, Port Coquitlam; Mark Baker, Sayward; Cliff McNeil-Smith, Sidney; Colin Ferguson, Silverton; Christine A Fraser, Spallumcheen; Sean Bujtas, Terrace; Dan B. Law, Tofino; Owen M. Torgerson, Valemount; Ed Coleman, Wells; Julie Colborne, Zeballos.”
My consternation with this stems from the fact that ever since the Covid-19 scandemic of 2020 B.C. and every other province and territory in the country has basically been under the rule of politicians at every level of government who have NEVER stood up to all the draconian, unconstitutional, inhumane mandates and restrictions that were imposed upon their provinces.
Here in the Cariboo we have two locations (Wells and 100 Mile House) where the local citizenry doesn’t appear to be concerned about the loss of freedoms and the horrendous repercussions that have resulted from all the forced vaccinations and the false mask mandates, etc.
Coupled with this disturbing issue is the fact that back in the 2018 civic elections held on October 22nd out of an estimated total of 7, 500 people entitled to vote in the City of Quesnel only 1,909 ballots were cast which, when translated into a percentage, meant that around 74% of voters were too apathetic to get off their butt that day and do their democratic duty for what was still (at the time) QUESNEL – Gold Pan City.
For those voters who’ve endured the slings and arrows of outrageous mismanagement and misfeasance by the previous Mayor and the majority of City Councillors it’s now clearly imperative that action is necessary to challenge the old regime and to light a fire under the 75% of potential voters who let their lines go slack back in 2018.
It’s time for the people to rise up and replace the old guard and elect those who are willing to stand up to all the feigned ‘authority’ that we’ve witnessed over the past 4 years and the best place to begin will be to support former City Councillor Ron Paull in his bid to be Quesnel’s next Mayor.
Editor’s Note: While covering the Quesnel Freedom Convoy on January 29th, 2022 I was most pleased to see the community spirit and support exhibited by Quesnel’s newest gas station and convenience store on 2 Mile Flat – Canco. When I passed by the long line of trucks and other vehicles going past Canco I observed the Owner/Manager Gill Singh running along Hwy 97 from vehicle to vehicle faster than Chester himself passing out cartons of their yummy Chester’s Chicken to the convoy participants.
It’s this type of support and patriotic concern for Canada and for our freedom as a nation by local businesses that make people stop and think about the actions of our governments and the depth of despair and unrest that have been created over the past 2 years of mandates, lockdowns, masks and forced “vaccines”.
It therefore behooves each and every one of us who believes in freedom and democracy to make a special effort to support any business who has the courage and foresight to stand up for their nation. So if you’re passing by Canco check your fuel gauge and your appetite and if either of them require filling up then please stop and support those who support the truckers and all that they stand for.
[UPDATE: (Thurs. Jan 6 11:47 PM) A number of people have replied to an email send out stating that the url to this story is malfunctioning. I’m still trying to figure out what the problem is. More importantly though the Cariboo Sentinel received the following email from Dr. Hoffe:
Dear Arthur, Unfortunately, for personal reasons, I have needed to stand down from the northern section of our doctor’s speaking tour. So unfortunately I will not be coming to Quesnel. Thank you for your part and our fight for freedom and truth. Kindest regards,Charles Charles Hoffe MD email@example.com +1-778-538-2183
I will continue to post further information on whether Dr. Malthouse will be on the tour when I find out out.]
[Editor’s Note: Upcoming candidate for Mayor of Quesnel in 2022 Tami Viktil has announced on her fb group Rise Up Quesnel that Dr. Hoffe and Dr. Malhouse, who are currently on a Speaking Tour, will be coming to Quesnel on Saturday, January 15th, 2022 to speak on issues related to BC’s Vaccination program.
The location for the Medical Information Session will be announced as soon as a venue is confirmed. I will post the location here on the site when it has been established. Please share this post with as many of your friends and relatives and associates as you can. Thanks]
A Critique of Customer Service in Quesnel, B.C. Canada
November 22, 2021
A couple of weeks ago on November 7, 2021 I was in Quesnel to do some shopping and one item on my list was to stop off at Canadian Tire and pick up another 5 gallon pail of Shell Rotella T4 15W-40 oil for my Ford diesel pickup. I’d been purchasing it there since I bought the truck and have always been satisfied with the service even though during these heady times of covid mania I’ve become a lot more skeptical of the big box stores like Costco, Walmart and Canadian Tire.
Being adamantly opposed to all the NDP government’s bullshit “mandates” and “lockdowns” propaganda I usually do my shopping in outlets who don’t make a big fuss over normal folks who prefer to not wear a diaper over their face while doing business in town. Having been my own mechanic since I first started driving 58 years ago I’m well aware of the fact that it’s not a healthy practise to breath in exhaust fumes from one’s engine and so by simple extrapolation (or deductive logic if you will) it’s also not advisable to block off your ability to expel your own CO2 exhaust fumes by placing a rag over your nose and mouth.
But also because of Murphy’s Law on Unexpected Fecal Fulmination: Corollary #1 – “Shit Happens!” I usually wear my bandana in town for those extra special occasions when logic, reason & common sense cease to be effective (see image above).
As I said I’ve purchased my oil at Canadian Tire before so when I entered the store via the Automotive Parts Dept. entrance I walked past the service counter where a couple of employees were standing talking to each (with their masks on) and proceeded down the aisle to where the oil was. When I got to the spot I was relieved to find that there was still one pail left of the regular oil. The synthetic brand was double the price and out of my budget at the time. I proceeded to pick up the pail and then carried it down to the service counter. The two clerks were still engaged in conversation so I sat the pail on the floor and waited until they were done talking. A couple of minutes later one left to go into the garage and the other fellow fellow turned and saw me and asked me if he could help. I wanted to make sure of the price so I told him the make and model of my vehicle and he looked it up in the book and said it was the right oil and gave me a price. I said “great” and picked up the pail and carried it down to where the guy’s cash register was and sat it down so he could scan it.
As he was doing the scanning and I was getting my wallet out to get my debit card he started chatting with me and we carried on like that until I’d paid for the oil and got my receipt. Once the transaction was completed he then offered to carry the pail out to my truck for me but I declined saying that I was a placer miner and used to carrying heavy objects and it wouldn’t be necessary. I thanked him for his help, picked up the pail of oil and exited from the store and put it in the back of my pickup. At no time throughout the whole process was I wearing my bandana and at no time did the sales clerk ever make so much as a hint that I ought to be wearing a mask.
I was about to get in the truck when I remembered that I also wanted to check on another item in the store. Some years back I had bought a flashlight there. It was one that you can carry in your pocket the brand name being “Coast G20”. It’s about 6 inches long and about 5/8” in diameter. It’s been a mainstay for me and living out in the country I’m never without it as it comes in handy for so many different occasions when you need to shine a beam on something to either open a lock or check out some dark corner in one of your outbuildings or even find your way around the house at night when you’re stumbling down the hallway to let the dog out to its thing. I thought to myself maybe they still sell this particular model and mine was beginning to act up whenever I would push the rubber button to turn it on. I recalled that it was guaranteed for life but I didn’t have my original receipt with me but I figured it wasn’t that costly an item so what the heck why not check and pick up a new one.
I walked back into the store through the main doorway and proceeded to go down to the isle where I remembered the flashlights were. Much to my surprise and satisfaction they still had the same model and it was priced at around $15.00 so I decided to purchase a new one. When I went to take one off the horizontal hook I realized that they were locked on with a tab that required a key and when I turned to my left toward the main isle there was a clerk walking by so I asked him if he had a key for the lock. He kept walking and said no but he’d let someone know down at the paint department counter and they’d come and open it up.
While I was waiting I happened to glance down the main isle to the south end of the store and it was then that I saw Don walking about where the guns and ammo section were located. I already knew that was his department because he is a neighbour of mine who lives out in Cottonwood on the Barkerville Hwy where I do. I gave him a wave and he waved back.
When I turned to see if the clerk with the key was coming from the other direction I saw an older, fairly big man with his red Canadian Tire shirt on approaching me. He walked right up to me and stopped about 2 feet away and immediately asked me if I had a mask. In his left hand he was carrying a box of the standard blue masks. I told him I didn’t and that I don’t wear the blue masks because they’re laced with magnetic particles of graphene that aren’t healthy for people. In like a split second he literally jumped back from me to what I imagined would be the 2 meter social distance requirement as if he’d suddenly realized I was hold a chunk of plutonium in my hand and he was in grave danger of losing his life! As I observed his behaviour and countenance I could see that he was going to be a problem. He then immediately responded to my remark about the blue masks with a haughty half shriek of exasperation and told me in no uncertain terms that he couldn’t serve me and that I would have to leave the store IMMEDIATELY OR ELSE HE WOULD CALL THE COPS!
There wasn’t anyone else around us in earshot and I looked at him and said, “Oh for fuck sakes man just open the lock and I’ll buy my flashlight and leave.” The fact that I used the “f” word only intensified his already overly, in-your-face, aggressive response to my refusal to kowtow to his demand to obediently put on the little blue diaper and do what I was told. He then came closer to me again demanding that I leave NOW.
Around that point my neighbour Don, seeing that things were going awry, came walking up from the gun department with the likely intention of trying to settle whatever was going on. He walks right up to me and stops no more than two feet away and says to me that I should just put on a mask and not start any trouble. As he’s telling me this I’m observing him as well. There he is well within the “safe” 2 meter distance standing directly in front of me with his mask dangling off the end of his lower chin. His mouth and nose are totally uncovered. I say to him, “You gotta be kidding me Don. You’re standing here right in my personal space, practically face to face, with your mask hanging off your chin and telling me that I should put a mask on!?” He replied by saying something about how they are only following orders.
Meanwhile Bozo Bill is standing there fuming like a volcano ready to blow its top and coming closer demanding that I leave before he calls the police. At that point I decide that the best thing to do would be to just calmly walk away and depart without my new Coast G20 flashlight. As I’m walking back up the main isle Bozo Bill is right behind me making sure I don’t dash down another isle and escape. I stop and turn and ask him if he’s been jabbed adding that I have found that people who’ve been given the bio-weapon tend to become more aggressive as the poisons in it work their wonders on the body. He proudly declares to one and all (by then some other staff are around him and a curious customer or two) that he’s had his two shots and his booster to boot! Gad zooks I’m thinking to myself as I continue walking away this fellow is likely shedding spike proteins by the bucket full by now given his state of agitation.
As I walk out my neighbour Don follows me through the check-out counter and out to the front exit making small talk about event that just occurred. As I’m leaving I turn to him and ask him if he’s been jabbed too. He tells me that he’s had his first two shots. I look at him and say, “Take care Don and good luck” and continue walking slowly to my truck which is parked directly ahead of me across from the main entrance. I turn to look back and I can see a small crown of staff and others milling about near the front entrance. Whether Bozo Bill actually called the cops or not I don’t know as they never showed up before I left. I opened the door to the truck and reached into my camera bag and took out my Nikon and then walked a bit closer to the store and took the photo that you see in the header accompanying this article. I then departed to Extra Foods where I knew that I would be welcome to shop in peace without a mask and be treated like a normal human being.
Due to other work commitments I didn’t get around to finishing this article for close to two weeks but just a couple of days ago on Saturday, November 20th I had a rather unusual email from a local friend of mine that became the catalyst necessary to complete the story. He had sent me a video titled “Will you fight?” which I posted on my social media FB page. That wasn’t anything unusual as I get multiple people sending me videos on a regular basis both on FB and via regular email.
Inside the body of the email was the url to video and a short text message that read: “Was in Canadian tire this afternoon. Someone was in there without a mask and he asked them to call the cops [he didn’t want to leave]. Getting crazy. Some people have had enough!” When I read the message I chuckled to myself and immediately thought he was referring to my little run in with Bozo Bill back on the 7th of November. I wrote him back and told him to call me thinking that he didn’t know who that “someone” was.
He did call and when I told him about my experience there he was flabbergasted and said, “No! Really? Well, that’s pretty weird because I was referring to an incident that took place today the 20th of Nov. and then proceeded to tell me that he was in Canadian Tire shopping when some person came into the store and headed down toward the paint department. The person was a male and dressed in overalls and looked like he was working somewhere and likely needed some supplies and that’s why he was there. He then went on to describe what happened and it was basically a replay of the same scenario I describe above. It was even the same bad actor Bozo Bill who was harassing this worker and threatening to call the police. The man apparently responded to the threat by telling Bozo B to go ahead and then quoting something to him about the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. When I heard the story I realized that incidents like the ones I’m now relating are likely occurring on a regular basis in the Canadian Tire store in Quesnel and because no one is reporting them on social media or via the alt media the general public is oblivious to the fact. It’s a definite for sure that local residents won’t be reading about incidents like this in Quesnel’s Cariboo Observer.
What were seeing here in the Canadian Tire example is a case of one department in the store (the Automotive Dept.) behaving in a civilized manner toward its customers and then in a different department seeing employees behaving like bullying, undisciplined goons toward customers who, for whatever reasons, are unwilling to wear the tainted, poisoned blue masks that the company is so quick to offer to them. At no time throughout my encounter with Bozo Bill did he ever ask me whether or not I had an exemption card or anything to that effect.
What therefore does this signal to the general public? Are we dealing with schizoid, power-tripping personalities working in some areas of the store and in other areas mature adults with common sense who are treating their unmasked customers with the same respect that they do the masked ones? One thing for certain that’s becoming plainly evident is that the disgraceful, disgusting, aggressive behaviour on the part of the Bozo Bills working for Canadian Tire sure as hell aren’t helping the company to make a profit and stay in business and be competitive. After what I experienced trying to buy a $15.00 flashlight after just spending a hundred bucks on another product with no issues attached there’s no way that Canadian Tire will ever get another penny out of me and no way that I’ll ever be able to offer anyone positive advertising were they to ask me whether or not Canadian Tire was a decent place to spend their hard earned money.
Large corporations like Canadian Tire may see individuals like myself and the fellow in the work coveralls as merely collateral damage and chances are they’ll likely ream out the good staff members in the Automotive Department for not demanding that I wear a poisoned rag in their establishment while shopping. If they threaten them in any way I do hope that they’ll contact me and let me know about it.
It’s long past time to end the lockdowns and the illegal mandates and the forcing of untested jabs of poison on the populace be they adults or young children. If these draconian measures don’t end soon I imagine that one day I’ll be driving by the store on my way to Extra Foods and the sign over the door will be reading “COMMUNIST TIRE” instead of CANADIAN TIRE.
Update on Nov. 25. A commenter sent me the url to the incident that took place in a Canadian Tire store awhile back in Vancouver. I’ll post the url to the story here:
Editor’s Note: With the federal election of September 20, 2021 now a part of Canadian history and the country resuming its former chaotic state of dissension TheCariboo Sentinelcontacted the Peoples Party of Canada candidate for the Cariboo-Prince George riding, Jeremy Gustafson and ask him if he might provide its readers with a short interview. Jeremy told The Cariboo Sentinel that he would be happy to do so. As Editor and Publisher I wish to thank Jeremy for taking the time out of his busy schedule (he’s back home in Horsefly getting his winter supply of firewood together) to respond to a few questions.
E-Interview with PPC candidate Jeremy Gustafson
Well Jeremy from all indications your first federal campaign here in Cariboo-Prince George for the Peoples Party of Canada proved to be quite a success given that you had only recently moved up to the central interior from the coast. I’m sure that the thousands of PPC supporters living in the riding who worked and voted for you would enjoy hearing about how the whole drama unfolded and how you perceived it.
As flattering as 4160 votes were, credit must go to the PPC and our platform since my campaign was mainly spent just trying to catch up. I just moved up from the coast July 1, didn’t know a single person, and more importantly, no one knew me, and the local EDA had just been deregistered by Elections Canada. Not to mention my new property was buried in goat dung and stinging nettle and the previous owners sold all the firewood. It took a month but I found a Financial Agent and with me as CEO reformed the EDA.
Then the election was called, and I discovered living 40 km from a cell signal and 3.5 hours drive from Prince George posed even more challenges.
Next challenge was getting 100 nomination signatures by Aug 30 in times of COVID. I had one volunteer working on her own but it was slow going. I don’t like Facebook and wasn’t happy about having to make a Page but to give credit where credit is due, my Facebook Page made my campaign. Through my Page I heard about a Medical Tyranny protest in Prince George the next day, so I sped to Williams Lake, bought a colour printer, whipped up a quick leaflet, and spent the night printing and folding. Next day on my way to the Medical Tyranny protest in Prince George I passed through another one in Quesnel, so I pulled over and got my first signatures there. By the end of the weekend I had them all.
Next challenge was coming up with lawn signs without bankrupting myself since I had no donations and didn’t even have a campaign bank account open yet to be able to accept donations. The solution was 560 stickers to recycle my 2019 lawn signs, which, because I live in the middle of nowhere, I applied by myself, for 12 hours. After a week, the Facebook Page was getting more exposure and I came up with volunteers to act as sign depots in Williams Lake, Quesnel, Prince George and Vanderhoof.
By week 3, I was swamped, too many emails, Facebook messages, and interviews to keep up with. I had people that wanted to volunteer but no one wanted to be a campaign manager or volunteer coordinator so I had nothing for them. One woman was persistent though and she took over as campaign manager. If my Facebook Page made my campaign, my campaign manager stopped it from exploding. The last 2 weeks were mainly debates and meet and greets. I never knocked on a single door. Overall, a completely positive experience and I met hundreds of kind and generous people.
Now that all the numbers are likely in could you tell readers about how the overall response to the PPC turned out across the country and what this might mean for the party?
Terrific results for the Party. I know there was massive disappointment we didn’t get a seat but frankly that was an unrealistic goal for a 3 year old Party. A supporter in Quesnel told me her granny refused to believe we’re a real party because we weren’t in the TV debate and that’s a big problem for us, we’re still unknown to many Canadians. Now with over 800,000 votes we can’t be so easily ignored and hidden in the “Other” category in the polls. And there’s now funding that federal parties get with 5% of the vote, that we didn’t qualify for last time. Although the final count has us down to 4.9% of the vote now we’ll see how that plays out.
Given that the federal election results ended up with the country being more or less in the same situation as it was prior to September 20, 2021 how do you see the roll of the PPC in the coming months and years ahead? Will the party continue to grow?
The PPC will continue to grow. We had a few bandwagon jumpers after the 2019 election but we became stronger for it. And now we’ve tripled our vote share. Plus now that we’re the only major party (i.e. enough candidates for a majority) that wants to preserve our personal freedoms we’re attracting more votes from all across the political spectrum. I intend to run again and want to build more support and recognition for the party in the meantime. First though I have to spend the next month at least getting ready for winter.
The elections results would indicate that there are a growing number of Canadians who are fed up with all the status quo parties and are looking for one that will represent their concerns, especially when it comes to the direction that all the other parties are headed in with respect to the lockdowns and vaccine passport restrictions that are and will affect Canadians’ fundamental rights and freedoms. Having attending forums throughout the Cariboo-Prince George riding and listened to all the other candidates present their solutions to this global crisis how do you see this important issue unfolding given the fact that the Liberal, NDP and Conservative Party of Canada are still in positions of power?
I was in 4 debates this campaign, 2 were live and 2 were on Zoom. Not only were zero questions asked about the suspension of our rights and freedoms for lockdowns, vaccine passports, and mandatory vaccinations, I’m now remembering there was only one question about COVID at all, “Name one thing right and one thing wrong the Liberals did with their COVID response.” So it appears outside of my bubble of hospital protests and freedom rallies nobody wants to talk about the loss of our freedoms. And in light of having just read the The New Kulaks article in The Cariboo Sentinel I think things are going to get a lot worse, as more vaccinated people keep getting infected.
What final words can you say to all those in the riding of Cariboo-Prince George who voted for the PPC and may now be feeling a bit hopeless given the overall results of the election?
For PPC voters feeling hopeless, politics is a long game. Your vote isn’t to elect anybody right now, your vote is to grow the PPC. It’s the grunt work, there’s no immediate reward but it’s the only way forward. Why weren’t we in the debates? Not enough votes. Why don’t we get the same funding the Major Parties get? Not enough votes. In our second election in the three years we’ve existed we parlayed 270K votes to 840K votes and we are on the map for the next election now. That’s because of your vote.
Thank you Jeremy for sharing your thoughts and ideas. We look forward to keeping tabs on the PPC in the times ahead and wish you God speed in your continuing efforts to build up the membership and keep the party unified.
QUESNEL, WILLIAMS LAKE RESIDENTS GATHER TO PROTEST VACCINE PASSPORTS
Darin Bain, staffWednesday, Sep. 1st, 2021
Protestors in Quesnel (G. Henderson, mycariboonow.com)
Dunrovin Park Lodge in Quesnel and the Curling Rink parking lot in Williams Lake were the scenes of protests against vaccine passports in BC.
One of the protesters in Quesnel, Tamara, says getting the vaccine should be a choice, and people’s jobs should not be in jeopardy for choosing not to get it.
Local business owner addresses the crowd at the protest in Williams Lake (D. Bain, mycariboonow.com)
“We do have a lot of questions and not many of them are being answered,” Tamara says, “They’re not being very forthcoming with some of the concerns we have. They’re making us look like we’re horrible people and that’s not the case. We want to make sure we’re making the right choice for our families and we shouldn’t have to be pushed into getting it.”
Tamara says she also has concerns about adverse reactions to the vaccine.
“There are a lot of people that are speaking out that have had adverse reactions. So could I be one of those people, could anyone in this group be one of those people,” she says, “They’ve been speaking about possible infertility issues, how do they know that. Is that going to be an issue later on? People having neurological issues, like Bell’s Palsy.”
She also says she has been ostracized for not getting the vaccine.
“People are wishing harm on us now. It’s awful. We had one fellow come up and he said: “I don’t wish you guys bad luck but I hope you guys get it, you know get COVID.” I had a young man say “I hope you get it and I hope you die.” We don’t wish death on anybody that’s got it. We’re only doing what we’re doing because we’re concerned.”
Chloe Pelley, one of the organizers of the Williams Lake protest, says this is the second rally they’ve had in the Lake City.
Protestors in Williams Lake (D. Bain, mycariboonow.com)
“We had one last week with over 250 people who attended, and another one in 100 Mile House last night with over 100 people,” Pelley explains, “We just want our voices to be heard.”
Lee Haggard, another organizer of the Williams Lake protest, says they are also petitioning for a referendum on the COVID-19 passports, which has about 600 signatures.
Quesnel, BC] – The last straw in the BC NDP’s ongoing attempts at locking down and controlling the citizens of British Columbia may just have broken the backs of countless citizens and small business owners across the province who are finally beginning to see through all the government and media propaganda and smoke and mirrors and realizing that the pending ultimatum regarding forced jabs of experimental, untested poison vaccines is not the way to deal with this massive global scamdemic.
Thanks to the courage, insight and initiative of a group of local concerned citizens in the Quesnel area a private members group on Facebook known as “QUESNEL AGAINST HEALTH PASS” was formed and its membership is expanding faster than the Lone Ranger’s proverbial “speeding bullet”.
Informed minds and creative thinking and collaboration with an older group known as RISE UP QUESNEL which was formed back in March of 2021 in response to the then World Wide Rally For Freedom that took place on March 21st has resulted in a very proactive group of conscientious resisters to all the Covid madness that’s been disrupting the lives and safety of people everywhere.
One of the more recent events was a Rally to protest the NDP’s impending vaccine passport mandate held on Saturday, August 28th at the old Footbridge across the Fraser River where the Waterwheel is located across from the historic Hudson’s Bay Trading Post store. The turn-out was great even though the weather was not the best but rain these days, after months of sweltering heat and smoke from the wildfires, is practically a pleasurable event in itself. The following photo montage will give viewers a good idea of event and the messages that the citizens are sending out to the passing public and to the government and mainstream media.
Rain or shine Quesnel will be out on the street informing citizens of their rights and freedoms.
People of all ages were in attendance and declaring their God-given rights.
“Teach your children well” is a lesson that the 1960’s coined in music and it’s a maxim that’s still very relevant today.
Without freedom of choice the people are nothing but pawns in the games that corrupt governments and orgs like the World Heath Organization (WHO) play with the global community. This MUST end and end soon.
Tami Viktil founder of RISE UP QUESNEL is a dedicated trooper in the battle to retain our rights and freedoms and her booth and information is always available for interested citizens looking for truthful answers to many of the concerns people now feel about the experimental jabs and the masks filled with toxic graphene oxide.
The gathering also is a great way of getting petitions signed once interested parties can see what the issues are.
The messages are clear. The people must stand in solidarity against all these draconian, Orwellian mandates being heaped upon the citizenry without any input from those who are being impacted the most by these totalitarian measures.
Now that the MSM (mainstream media) has revealed itself to be nothing more than the mouthpiece for the likes of Gates and Fauci and the WHO and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and corrupt, subservient governments around the world maybe you’d “druther” enjoy reading one of the more popular hardcopy newspapers being sold across Canada.
There doesn’t appear to be any shortage of imaginative people when it comes to getting the messages across to the still slumbering masses who’ve been programmed all their lives by the endless, repetitive propaganda that emanates forth from the boob tube and radio and newspapers on a daily basis. A fleet of trucks like this one would certainly go a long way to draw attention to the issues of the day.
This foot soldier for freedom is ready to pass along information to any passer by be they mobile or walking. Behind her the sign says, “SUPPORT OUR NURSES”.
Gatherings like this also make great places for meeting new folks who share the same ideals and principles and it looks from this photo that there’s also the element of humour, an essential ingredient in any campaign to make the world a better place to live in.
This sign, “VACCINE MANDATES = MEDICAL TYRANNY” is an extremely important message for the general public to consider given the great rupture within society today between those who have taken the jab believing they could trust their health officials and government and those who have done their own research into these lethal injections that are literally killing thousands upon thousands of innocent people around the world.
It’s hoped that events such as these will grow in numbers and strength not only here in Quesnel but around the province and across the nation. It’s only when the people stand up in large numbers and demand that the tyranny stops that the politicians begin to take notice. God grant that this process will finally convince the “leaders” to come to their senses and start listening to those who elected them to be leaders rather than following the dictates of foreign entities who are more interested in maximizing their profits than in caring for the people and the Earth.