Most voters would be ‘very upset’ if BC Liberals form government again: poll

VANCOUVER — The BC Liberals have been out of power for less than four years, but a new poll suggests that’s not nearly long enough for some voters.

The Research Co. survey found 55 per cent of voters in British Columbia either “strongly agree” or “moderately agree” that they would be “very upset” if the provincial Liberals were to form government again.

That number increases to 65 per cent among voters on Vancouver Island, and decreases to just 38 per cent among those in northern B.C.

Research Co. also asked respondents if they think the BC Liberals and BC Conservatives should merge into one political party. While only 34 per cent of overall voters agreed, that number nearly doubled to 62 per cent among those who voted Liberal in the Oct. 24 election.

While the Conservatives didn’t win any seats last Saturday, they had a significant showing in some ridings – including Chilliwack, where the Conservative candidate took 18 per cent of the vote as the NDP’s Dan Coulter unseated BC Liberal incumbent John Martin. (LINK)

Respondents in the Research Co. poll showed a similar level of support for merging the NDP and BC Green parties, at 38 per cent. NDP voters were more likely to express interest in a merger than Green voters.

The survey found people who voted Liberal in the last federal election were closely split between the supporting the BC Liberals and NDP in Saturday’s vote, at 31 per cent and 24 per cent, respectively.

A full 60 per cent of federal Conservative voters went with the BC Liberals as well, while just 17 per cent voted for the NDP.

Research Co.’s poll was conducted online from Oct. 22-25 among 832 B.C. adults who voted in the most recent provincial election. The margin of error is plus or minus 3.5 percentage points, 19 times out of 20, according to the polling firm.

https://bc.ctvnews.ca/most-voters-would-be-very-upset-if-bc-liberals-form-government-again-poll-1.5168476

South Korea reports 83 deaths among people given flu jabs amid safety concerns with govt vaccination program

South Korea has reported that 83 people have died after receiving flu shots, a week after Seoul said it would probe its mass vaccination program. The government continues to insist the deaths aren’t linked to the jab.

The country’s public health agency, the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA), announced on Saturday that 83 people in total have died after participating in a free vaccination initiative billed as a way to offset potential complications from Covid-19. 

Most of the deaths involved the elderly, South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reported, citing figures provided by the KDCA. Of the total number of fatalities, 37 people were in their 70s, followed by 34 people aged 80 or older. Four deaths involved people in their 60s, while eight individuals who passed away were under 60. 

Health officials have repeatedly insisted that there is no evidence pointing to a direct link between the flu shots and the deaths. However, South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun called for an investigation into potential safety issues last week, when the number of people who died shortly after receiving flu shots reached 30. Earlier, the Korean Medical Association had called on Seoul to halt the program pending a full review.

Concerns about the vaccination drive first emerged after it was revealed that some of the doses were exposed to room temperature while being administered to the public. However, the vaccines in question have not been linked to any of the deaths.  

To date, more than 11.5 million South Koreans have received a free jab under the program. 

Top scientific journals reject ‘controversial’ Danish study on effectiveness of face masks against coronavirus: Report

Some of the world’s top scientific journals are being accused of suppressing the results of a study aimed at determining the effectiveness of face masks against the spread of the coronavirus.

“They all said no,” said Christian Torp-Pedersen, chief physician at North Zealand Hospital’s research department, who was involved in the study. “We cannot start discussing what they are dissatisfied with because, in that case, we must also explain what the study showed, and we do not want to discuss that until it is published.”

Danish newspaper Berlingske ran a headline on Thursday reading, “Does a mask work? Top journals refuse to print the Danish answer.”

“Now one of the researchers involved in the study can state that the finished research result has been rejected by at least three of the world’s leading medical journals,” the Berlingske article states.

“They all said no,” said Christian Torp-Pedersen, chief physician at North Zealand Hospital’s research department, who was involved in the study. “We cannot start discussing what they are dissatisfied with because, in that case, we must also explain what the study showed, and we do not want to discuss that until it is published.”

Danish newspaper Berlingske ran a headline on Thursday reading, “Does a mask work? Top journals refuse to print the Danish answer.”

“Now one of the researchers involved in the study can state that the finished research result has been rejected by at least three of the world’s leading medical journals,” the Berlingske article states.

The journals refusing to publish the results reportedly include the Lancet, the New England Journal of Medicine, and the Journal of the American Medical Association.

The Washington Examiner reached out to all three journals. Only the Lancet responded, saying it does not comment on unpublished studies.

Bloomberg News reported in July that Henning Bundgaard, a Danish cardiology professor and main author, was “finalizing” the study that would examine the effectiveness of face masks in stopping the spread of the coronavirus outside of hospitals.

“All these countries recommending face masks haven’t made their decisions based on new studies,” Bundgaard said at the time.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/top-scientific-journals-reject-controversial-danish-study-on-effectiveness-of-face-masks-against-coronavirus-report

Top 5 Ways to HEIGHTEN your chances of catching Covid-19

The science is in, and if you’re not already pretty much dying from cancer, diabetes or heart disease, then you probably aren’t going to die if you catch Covid-19. If you subtract all the deaths that were labeled Covid-caused that were not caused by Covid, what you’re left with is another viral flu, that went viral all around the world, killing off the already sick and dying. There’s no number we’ll ever see statistically that’s accurate, but many people who were labeled Covid death victims really died from MRSA, pneumonia, the flu, cancer, diabetes, heart attacks, strokes and of course, suicide. Yes, you can blame the fake news press for those. Wait, there’s more.

Besides all of those victims and non-victims of Covid, we are all told to think of the others, to be safe and wear a homemade bandana mask everywhere, maintain social distance of exactly 6 feet at all times, and only gather together if rioting in the streets to declare our hatred of Donald J. Trump. Otherwise, stay home, go broke and beg (vote) for a government that gives you everything for free, while removing forever all of your Constitutional rights.

It’s rather ironic that there’s “no cure” for a virus that can be killed by hand sanitizer and regular soap. In this rush to return to “normal” we should all consider very carefully what parts of normal we’re rushing back to. Nobody anywhere seems to have any common sense whatsoever. They’re acting like they’re being totally safe on one end, and on the other, the virus is having a free-for-all, penetrating the magical force field everyone thinks they’ve got erected. Like, don’t bring your own bag to the grocery store, but then the clerk touches every single item you just touched to put in the cart.

Think about this for a minute. There are 200 million Americans who get the flu shot every year, and get juiced up accordingly with deadly, brain-numbing mercury all the while. That’s just the beginning of why most people have zero common sense. Then, they eat what they see advertised on TV and the internet, with no regard to actual nutritional content or food that’s free from chemical herbicides and insecticides (plus GMOs). We’re talking about weed killer and bug killer chemicals that eviscerate the human immune system, repeatedly every single meal, snack and soda.

After a few years of that, they’re bound for their M.D.’s office, where they’re carefully and so thoughtfully prescribed chemical medications that solve nothing, except to quell the symptoms of a deep-rooted disease that’s festering in the gut, soon to travel through the lymph fluid to everywhere vital in the body. Those laboratory-concocted medications often come in the form of antibiotics, that wipe out all gut bacteria (good and bad), setting up the patient for death from a viral infection, like Covid, the flu, or certain kinds of MRSA staph-bacteria that are totally immune to antibiotics.

And, there’s more.

Filthy, bacteria-laden Covid masks are bad, bad news

The Covid masks everybody wears become filthy after a few days, trapping bacteria from the mouth and lungs in the body and in the material of the mask. Who’s washing these bacteria nets regularly, and who even realizes that the Covid virus is only 2 microns in size, where the holes in most masks are 3 to 5 microns. That’s like throwing a tennis ball through a basketball hoop. The masks don’t even work, in fact, they’re just delivering a cozy-safe feeling that enables more people to expose themselves even more. Oops.

In fact, according to a recent, in-depth study of Covid mask effectiveness, the penetration of cloth masks by particles was above 96 percent, compared to 44 percent with medical masks. That means not even medical masks are all that safe, let alone these crappy home-made, double-ply cut up sheets, scarves and ‘neck gaiters’ people are all wearing. And then they touch the mask repeatedly every minute to adjust it, rendering it not just useless, but now dangerous as well. There goes that safety net. It’s now a bacteria net.

The whole social distancing thing is a sham too. Also ironic is the fact that every vaccine pusher and fanatic has screamed for decades about herd immunity and how we should all stick together to help build immunity, but now everyone’s on lock down, where they don’t even get fresh air and exposure to bacteria they need to build immunity. It’s all backwards and inside out, just like the Democrats want it (yes, it’s political too, mainly actually).

The worst part of the whole mental “pandemic” is that the 200 million idiots who get a flu shot every year don’t know a darned thing about supplements, herbs, tinctures, superfoods, clean food or highly effective indigenous medicine. Their quack M.D.s warn them about natural remedies. They discourage them. It’s all about slash and burn allopathic nightmares that only stave off the inevitable. Surgery, tests, more tests, then chemotherapy and radiation. It’s “your best chance,” they say. At what? Dying from Covid?

Without further adieu, here are the Top 5 Ways to literally INCREASE your chances of catching Covid-19

#1. If you’re dumb enough to get a flu shot (or any CDC-recommended dirty vaccines for that matter)

#2. If you’re dumb enough to eat genetically modified food most meals (and processed sugar/canola oil)

#3. If your doctor cons you into taking antibiotic prescriptions for a viral infection

#4. If you think wearing is mask and social distancing is valid protection

#5. If you don’t supplement with vitamin D, vitamin C and zinc, especially as cold weather arrives

Tune your internet dial to SuperBugs.news for updates on stuff that’ll kill you besides the common cold, flu and coronavirus.

Sources for this article include:

WashingtonExaminer.com

SuperBugs.news

NaturalNews.com

Taxpayers paid thousands for catering Trudeau’s international trips

According to documents obtained by the Post Millennial, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau racked up massive catering bills while jet setting around the world in 2018 – and taxpayers had to pay for it. 

176 pages of invoices released through access to information requests revealed large bills for catering on Trudeau’s state trips, including $412 for hot towels and $285 for Belgian waffles.

The largest catering invoice totalled $23,000 for a four-day visit to Latvia and Belgium.

Bills have also included a wide variety of single-use plastic items and bottles despite the government’s crusade against these products.

In another bill, later that year the government spent $17,044 to fly celebrity chef Vikram Vij to India to cook Indian food in 2018. Trudeau’s state visit to India cost taxpayers $1.6 million.

Original Protestants: Papacy is antichrist/Beast of Revelation 13

Arnulf Bishop of Orleans (Roman Catholic)
“deplored the roman popes as “monsters of guilt” and declared in a council called by the King of France in 991ad that the pontiff, clad in purple and gold, was, “Antichrist, sitting in the temple of God, and showing himself as God” -Phillip Schaff, History of the Christian church, 8 vols., reprint of the 3d (1910)ed. (Grand Rapids Mich.: Wm. B Eerdmans Publishing Co., n.d.)

Eberhard II, archbishop of Salzburg (Roman Catholic)
“stated at a synod of bishops held at Regensburg in 1240 (some scholars say 1241) that the people of his day were “accustomed” to calling the pope antichrist.” -LeRoy Edwin Froom, The Prophetic Faith of our Fathers, 4 vols. (Wash DC: Review and Herald publishing assc, 1950-1954)

John Wycliffe
“When the western church was divided for about 40 years between two rival popes, one in Rome and the other in Avigon, France, each pope called the other pope antichrist – and John Wycliffe is reputed to have regarded them as both being right: “two halves of Antichrist, making up the perfect Man of Sin between them.” -Ibid

Martin Luther (Lutheran) 
“We here are of the conviction that the papacy is the seat of the true and real Antichrist…personally I declare that I owe the Pope no other obedience than that to Antichrist.”  (Aug. 18, 1520) Taken from The Prophetic Faith of Our Fathers, Vol. 2., pg. 121 by Froom.  (In response to a papal bull [official decree]): “I despise and attack it, as impious, false… It is Christ Himself who is condemned therein… I rejoice in having to bear such ills for the best of causes. Already I feel greater liberty in my heart; for at last I know that the pope is antichrist, and that his throne is that of Satan himself.” –D’Aubigné, b.6, ch. 9. 

Cotton Mather (Congregational Theologian) 
“The oracles of God foretold the rising of an Antichrist in the Christian Church: and in the Pope of Rome, all the characteristics of that Antichrist are so marvelously answered that if any who read the Scriptures do not see it, there is a marvelous blindness upon them.”  Taken from The Fall of Babylon by Cotton Mather in Froom’s book, The Prophetic Faith of Our Fathers, Vol. 3, pg. 113. 

John Wesley (Methodist) 
Speaking of the Papacy he said, “He is in an emphatical sense, the Man of Sin, as he increases all manner of sin above measure. And he is, too, properly styled the Son of Perdition, as he has caused the death of numberless multitudes, both of his opposers and followers… He it is…that exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped…claiming the highest power, and highest honour…claiming the prerogatives which belong to God alone.”  Taken from Antichrist and His Ten Kingdoms by John Wesley, pg. 110. 

Ellen G. White: Seven Day Adventists
“This compromise between paganism and Christianity resulted in the development of “the man of sin” foretold in prophecy as opposing and exalting himself above God. That gigantic system of false religion is a masterpiece of Satan’s power–a monument of his efforts to seat himself upon the throne to rule the earth according to his will.

Thomas Cranmer (Anglican) 
“Whereof it followeth Rome to be the seat of antichrist, and the pope to be very antichrist himself. I could prove the same by many other scriptures, old writers, and strong reasons.” (Referring to prophecies in Revelation and Daniel.)  Taken from Works by Cranmer, Vol. 1, pp. 6-7. 

Roger Williams (First Baptist Pastor in America) 
He spoke of the Pope as “the pretended Vicar of Christ on earth, who sits as God over the Temple of God, exalting himself not only above all that is called God, but over the souls and consciences of all his vassals, yea over the Spirit of Christ, over the Holy Spirit, yea, and God himself…speaking against the God of heaven, thinking to change times and laws; but he is the son of perdition (II Thess. 2).”  Taken from The Prophetic Faith of Our Fathers by Froom, Vol. 3, pg. 52. 

1689 London Baptist Confession

Chapter 26: Of the Church. The Lord Jesus Christ is the Head of the church, in whom, by the appointment of the Father, all power for the calling, institution, order or government of the church, is invested in a supreme and sovereign manner; neither can the Pope of Rome in any sense be head thereof, but is that antichrist, that man of sin, and son of perdition, that exalteth himself in the church against Christ, and all that is called God; whom the Lord shall destroy with the brightness of his coming. ( Colossians 1:18; Matthew 28:18-20; Ephesians 4:11, 12; 2 Thessalonians 2:2-9 )  

John Knox (Scotch Presbyterian) 
Knox wrote to abolish “that tyranny which the pope himself has for so many ages exercised over the church” and that the pope should be recognized as “the very antichrist, and son of perdition, of whom Paul speaks.”  Taken from The Zurich Letters, pg. 199 by John Knox. 

John Calvin (Presbyterian/Reformed Churches) 
“Some persons think us too severe and censorious when we call the Roman pontiff Antichrist. But those who are of this opinion do not consider that they bring the same charge of presumption against Paul himself, after whom we speak and whose language we adopt… I shall briefly show that (Paul’s words in II Thess. 2) are not capable of any other interpretation than that which applies them to the Papacy.”  Taken from Institutes by John Calvin. 

Before the Reformation, this is what most Preachers taught regarding Antichrist

DateNameReferenceInterpretation
c. 1310Dante AlighieriRev. 17 HarlotRoman Church
c. 1331Michael of CesenaRev. 17 Harlot
Antichrist
Roman Church
Pope
c. 1345Johannes de RupescissaAntichrist
Rev. 17 Babylon
Rev. 17 Harlot
Pope
Roman church
Roman church
c. 1350Francesco PetrarchRev. 17 HarlotPapal Court
c. 1367John MiliczAntichrist
Abomination of Desolation
Man of Sin
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
c. 1379John WycliffeAntichrist
Abomination of Desolation
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 17 Harlot
Pope
Papacy
Popes
Papacy
Papacy
c. 1388Matthias of JanowAntichrist
Abomination of Desolation
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Hierarchy
Fallen Church
Present Church
Papacy
Hierarchy
Popes
c. 1389R. WimbledonAbomination of DesolationPapacy
c. 1390John PurveyAntichrist
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 13 666
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Pope
Papacy
Hierarchy
Pope
Papacy
Papacy
c. 1393Walter BruteAntichrist
Abomination of Desolation
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Papacy
Bishop of Rome
Rome
Papacy
c. 1412John HussAntichrist
Abomination of Desolation
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Pope
Papacy
Rome
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
c. 1497Girolamo SavonarolaAntichrist
Man of Sin
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Pope
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy

During the Reformation…

DateNameReferenceInterpretation
1522Martin LutherAntichrist
Abomination of Desolation
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 2nd Beast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1543Philipp MelanchthonAntichrist
Man of Sin
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1545Andreas OsianderAntichrist
Abomination of Desolation
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papal Traditions
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1554Nicolaus von AmsdorfAntichrist
Abomination of Desolation
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papal Traditions
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1558Johann FunckAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Beast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1560Virgil SolisAntichrist
Little Horn
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1570Georg NigrinusAntichrist
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Pope, Turk
Papacy
Pagan Rome
Papal Rome
1572David ChytraeusAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Roman Empire
Papacy
1530Johann OecolampadiusAntichrist
Little Horn
Papacy
Papacy
1557Heinrich BullingerAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Pagan Rome
Papal Rome
Roman Church
Papacy
1550William TyndaleAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1545George JoysAntichrist
Little Horn
Papacy
Papacy
1554Nicholas RidleyAntichrist
Abomination of Desolation
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Rev. 17 Beast
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1553Hugh LatimerAntichristPapacy
1582Thomas CranmerAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1550John BaleAntichrist
Abomination of Desolation
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Beast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Rev. 17 Beast
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Prelates
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1562John JewelAntichrist
Abomination of Desolation
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Rev. 17 Beast
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Rome
1587John FoxeAntichrist
Man of Sin
Bishop of Rome
Bishop of Rome
1563Anglican FormulasAntichristPapacy
1547John KnoxAntichrist
Little Horn
Church of Rome
Papacy
1593John NapierAntichrist
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Rev. 17 Beast
Pope
Papacy
Latin Empire
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Latin Empire
1614Thomas BrightmanAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Pope
Papacy
Papacy
Early Papacy
Later Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1618David PareusAntichrist
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Beast
Pope & Turk
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Empire

After the Reformation…

DateNameReferenceInterpretation
1600James I of EnglandAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1603George DownhamAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1604George PacardAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Rome
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1607Hugh BroughtonLittle HornAntiochus
1612Andress HolwigMan of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Papacy is also Antichrist
Papacy
1618Matthias HoeMan of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy is Antichrist
Imperial Rome
Papal Rome
Papacy
1618Daniel CramerMan of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Pagan Rome
Papal Rome
Papacy
1631Joseph MedeAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Civil Rome
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1643Johannes GerhardMan of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Civil Rome
Papal Rome
Papacy
Papacy
1654Thomas GoodwinMan of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Papacy
Papacy
Protestant Image
1655John TillinghastAntichrist
Little Horn
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1664Henry MoreAntichrist
Little Horn
Papacy
Papacy
1670William SherwinAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1681Johann H. AlstedMan of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Papacy is Antichrist, Little Horn
Imperial Rome
Papal Rome
Papacy
1684Thomas BeverleyAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1685Jacques PhillipotMan of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy also Antichrist
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1687Pierre JurieuAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Eccl. Emp.
Papacy
1689Drue CressenerAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Hierarchy
Papacy
1699“Mysteries … Finished”AntichristPapacy
1700William LowthAntichrist
Little Horn
Papacy
Papacy
1701Johannes CocceiusAntichrist
Little Horn
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Hierarchy
Papacy
1701Robert Fleming, Jr.Antichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1702Georg her. GiblehrAntichrist
Little Horn
Papacy
Papacy
1703Daniel WhitbyMan of Sin
Rev. 17 Babylon
Roman Church is Antichrist
Papacy
1706William WhistonAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1712Heinrich HorchAntichrist
Little Horn
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
1720Charles DaubuxRev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Civil Rome
Eccl Rome
Papacy
Papacy
1727Sir Isaac NewtonAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
W. Rome
Greek Empire
Papacy
Latin Kingdom
1729Th. Crinsox de BionensAntichrist
Little Horn
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Roman Empire
Popes
Papacy
1735Thomas PyleMan of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy also Little Horn
Papacy
Papacy
1740Johann Aal. BengelAntichrist
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Harlot
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
Papacy
Papacy
Jesuitism
Papacy
Papacy
1743Berienberg BibleAntichristPapacy
1745John WillisonAntichrist
Little Horn
Papacy
Papacy
1754Thomas NewtonAntichrist
Little Horn
Man of Sin
Rev. 13 1st Beast
Rev. 13 2nd Peast
Rev. 17 Babylon
Papacy
W. Rome
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1758John GillLittle Horn
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1764John WesleyMan of Sin
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1768Johann Ph. PetriAntichrist
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1787R. M.AntichristPapacy
1787Hans WoodAntichrist
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1793James BechenoAntichrist
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1794Joseph PriestlyLittle Horn
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1795George BellAntichrist
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1796Christian G. ThubeAntichrist
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1797David SimpsonAntichrist
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1798Edward KingAntichrist
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1798Joseph GallowayRev. 13 1st Beast
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1798Richard ValpyAntichrist
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1800Jean G. de la FlechersAntichrist
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Coronavirus Bullshit: Hinshaw challenged over violating Charter freedoms of Albertans

Oct 29th, 2020

CALGARY: The Justice Centre today responded to new violations of the Charter-protected freedoms of association and peaceful assembly, announced earlier this week by Dr. Deena Hinshaw, Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer.

On October 26, Dr. Hinshaw declared that Albertans in Calgary and Edmonton cannot gather in groups larger than 15 for dinner parties, birthday parties, wedding and funeral receptions, retirement parties, baby showers and other social events.

“This Order violates freedom of association and freedom of peaceful assembly, as protected by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms,” stated lawyer John Carpay, president of the Justice Centre.

“This Order is based on ‘cases’ of COVID-19 in Alberta, including thousands of ‘cases’ among people who are not experiencing any symptoms or illness. This Order is not properly grounded in relevant considerations such as deaths, hospitalizations, and ICU capacity, and is therefore not a justifiable violation of fundamental Charter freedoms,” continued Carpay.

Prior to lockdowns being imposed this past March, the word “cases” typically referred to people who are actually sick and clearly displaying symptoms. But today’s “cases” include completely healthy people who simply had a positive PCR test. The reliability of the PCR tests is increasingly in dispute, with the number of false positives as high as 90% according to some reports.

Unsurprisingly, the number of “cases” rises with the number of tests that governments conduct. For example, September saw 28,763 “cases” in Canada, as a result of testing almost two million Canadians.

“What really matters is not the ‘cases’ of perfectly healthy people, but rather the fact that 25,000 Canadians die each month,” explained Carpay. “In September, 171 of those 25,000 Canadian deaths were attributed to COVID-19.”

The media continues to hype “cases” and warn of a “second wave.” Yet government data
shows that since May, monthly COVID-19 deaths in Alberta have remained under 50, with more than 2,000 Albertans dying each and every month of other causes, based on 27,000 Albertans dying each year. Deaths peaked in April and May, when 134 Albertans died along with about 4,000 Albertans who died in those same two months from other causes.

In Alberta and elsewhere, COVID-19 significantly threatens elderly people with one, two, three or more serious pre-existing health conditions, as well as a very small number of adults under 60. However, COVID-19 does not have a significant impact on overall life expectancy. The average age of those reported as COVID deaths in Alberta is 83. Life expectancy in Alberta is 82. To date, 309 Albertans, predominantly elderly near the final stages of their life, have died of COVID-19, almost all of them with one or more serious comorbidities.

“Government data shows that COVID-19 is not the unusually deadly killer that Premier Kenney and Dr. Hinshaw made it out to be when they claimed in April that—even with lockdown measures in place—as many as 32,000 Albertans would die of the virus,” stated Carpay.

“Politicians claim that the lockdowns saved many lives, but they have yet to put forward actual evidence that might support their speculation and conjecture,” stated Carpay.

“Each of Alberta’s 309 COVID-19 deaths is sad and tragic, and so are the other 26,917 deaths that occur in Alberta each year,” continued Carpay.

Each and every month, Albertans mourn the passing of over 2,000 friends and family members, who die of cancer, car accidents, alcoholism, drug overdoses, suicide, heart disease, delayed surgeries, and many other causes. In the past seven months more than 14,000 Albertans have died, 309 of the virus and the remainder of other causes.

Since March, lockdown harms such as increase in drug overdoses, which kill more Albertans than COVID-19 does, have been either ignored or accepted, as if dying of COVID-19 is somehow worse than dying of another cause.

“In light of the Alberta government’s own data on COVID-19 deaths, there is no rational basis for forcing all Albertans to continue living in fear,” stated Carpay.

“Alberta’s politicians and health officials should focus their attention on protecting those who are at serious risk from COVID-19, rather than violating the Charter freedoms of the entire population,” stated Carpay.

“Albertans, and all Canadians, should exercise their freedom of association and freedom of peaceful assembly without fear of prosecution or penalty. This is especially true for the young, who are at more risk of being struck by lightning than dying of COVID,” concluded Carpay.