Monday, August 3, 2020

Canadian Media joins the pattern of deceit



July 19th Global reported that "On Saturday, Quebec became the first province to make the wearing of face masks mandatory in enclosed public spaces. That is not sitting well with some people. On Sunday afternoon, about 100 people gathered for an anti-mask protest in downtown Montréal outside Premier François Legault’s office. “I’m here to take back our freedom and protest against the absolute tyranny that is being imposed on us by our government with no scientific evidence,” said Vanessa Glavac, one of the protesters.



Similar protests were held across Canada on that day. These are well informed Canadians supporting civil liberty. It becomes very upsetting when the media outright lies to the public and presents fake news as real and real news as fake to promote a political agenda that supports Communist China. This is the absurdity that we now face. This is a civil war over slavery.

CTV is now reporting that "COVID-19 conspiracies creating a 'public health crisis' in Canada, experts say." Their expert was a med student. We know Post Media News is worthless but to see CTV fall is disappointing. Previously CTV reported that "Social media giants remove viral video with false coronavirus claims that Trump retweeted." That is malicious misrepresentation.

Their lies have a motive and a political agenda behind them that supports their Corporate sponsors quest for Globalism and the elimination of civil liberty. Dr. Simone Gold stated that "The pore size of cloth face coverings range from ~ 20-100 microns. The Covid virus is 200-1000x smaller than that, at 0.1 microns. Putting up a chain link fence will not keep out a mosquito. Even the most esteemed medical journals admit their purpose is to calm anxiety."

That is not a conspiracy theory and Dr. Simone Gold is not a med student. Many doctors have expressed legitimate concerns with wearing masks. Masks and vaccines need to be optional. None of this should be mandatory. The United States has elected a president that understands that. So can we. The misinformation is coming from the media.



During the peak of the pandemic, CBS showed video footage of an overcrowd hospital in Italy and falsely claimed that it was a hospital in Queens New York, where Donald Trump grew up. When their lie was exposed they said it was an editing mistake. It was no mistake. They had a political agenda for stating that it was specifically where Donald Trump grew up.

Simultaneously, various media outlets were dramatically misrepresenting the situation by claiming that there were line ups outside the hospitals in California and New York with body bags in the street. Yet locals would visit those same hospitals and film them on their phones with no line ups. The media intentionally misrepresented the situation for a political purpose. They lied.



Right now we see the same thing in Australia. The local news used that same footage from Italy claiming it was Australia. They lied. Simultaneously the news claimed the hospitals were full of COVID patients and the medical staff were collapsing from exhaustion from working 12 hour shifts with no breaks. Lucky Lance, the Steve Irwin corona hunter went to the same hospital to give the staff a box of chocolates for being so over worked. When he went there the hospital was empty. The nurses said they couldn't get shifts because there was nothing to do. The media lied.



People who signed up for the COVID test but left without taking the test because the line was too long, received notification that they tested positive for COVID even though they never took the test. Kiwi fruit tested positive. The virus is real but the test results are not.

We have the right to choose. Schools need to reopen and the lies need to end.

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Germans protest coronavirus restrictions



CBC misrepresents corona numbers

Canadian Hospital falsifies COVID death numbers



So we have the case numbers misrepresented and the death numbers falsified. Do the math.

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