Official Elections Canada political financing records reveal that Moiz Karimjee from Ottawa donated over $17,000 to the Liberal Party of Canada since 2013.
Karimjee is currently the lead Crown prosecutor in charge of the case against Freedom Convoy organizer Tamara Lich.
Contribution data from Elections Canada reveals that Karimjee from Orleans – a suburb of the nation’s capital – donated a total of $17,176.24 to various Liberal Party of Canada efforts. The latest contribution listed by Karimjee was on Sept. 30, 2019 amounting to $250.
On May 21, 2017, Karimjee also made a large contribution worth $1,500 to the Liberal Party of Canada. His extensive support continued regularly for nearly six years spanning 29 different contributions.
Karimjee did in fact also donate to the Conservative Party of Canada on two occasions in 2010 amounting to $800.
Revalation 18 After this I saw another angel coming down from heaven, having great authority, and the earth was made bright with his glory. 2 And he called out with a mighty voice,
“Fallen, fallen is Babylon the great! She has become a dwelling place for demons, a haunt for every unclean spirit, a haunt for every unclean bird, a haunt for every unclean and detestable beast. 3 For all nations have drunk[a] the wine of the passion of her sexual immorality, and the kings of the earth have committed immorality with her, and the merchants of the earth have grown rich from the power of her luxurious living.”
At 4am this morning, the Georgia Guidestones were struck with what is reported to be an explosion. People within two miles of it felt the effects and now GBI has opened up an investigation.
To the destruction of the Satanic Georgia Guidestones, Stew Peters responds: “Thank God!”
CALGARY, Alberta (LifeSiteNews) – Over 100 active and non-active WestJet employees are suing the airline and the Canadian federal government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for forcing COVID jab mandates on the aviation sector.
In a statement the group said the Trudeau government collaborated “with airlines and other corporate stakeholders” to implement “punitive and divisive COVID vaccination mandates, creating a two-tier society stoked by fear, division, and anger.”
“Our objection lies in the coercion, discipline, and denial of informed consent used to achieve the government’s goals of mass vaccination,” the group said.
“Achieving informed consent under such a heinous act of forced compliance is not only unethical and unconstitutional, it is un-Canadian.”
The group has created a GiveSendGo fundraiser to raise money for its legal defense.
“We are asking for financial donations as we build our legal case against those responsible for the harm, anguish and damages we have and continue to endure from the federal government’s immoral ultimatum,” the group says.
According to the group’s GiveSendGo page, it is made up of “WestJet employees, both active and in-active, from call-centre and customer service agents to pilots and flight attendants, negatively impacted by the federal government’s medical mandates.”
“Many of us have individual variances in our stories; some are on unpaid leave, some suffer from vaccine injury, some were forced into early retirement, and some were terminated. Although impacted individually, we all suffer equally,” the group says.
The group’s legal counsel is Alberta-based civil liberties lawyer Leighton Grey from Grey Wowk Spencer LLP. Grey in recent months has taken on many cases involving workers in various levels of government at the local and federal levels, who were impacted by mandatory COVID jab mandates as a condition of work.
According to Grey as reported in the Western Standard, the group has thus far sent “sent a cease-and-desist letter advising WestJet of our clients’ intent to sue.” Grey says that the group has already drafted the lawsuit.
The Trudeau Liberals have launched yet another front in their assault on freedom:
Going after your private communications.
As reported by Blacklock’s, Liberal-appointed censorship advisors are now talking about putting “misleading political communications” under government regulation:
“Misleading political communications” should be federally regulated, say censorship advisors appointed by Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez. Unregulated political discussion and disinformation was a kind of pollution that “erodes the foundations of democracy,” said the group: “By polluting the information environment with false, deceptive or misleading information, disinformation undermines citizens’ rights to form their own informed opinions.”
And that’s not all.
The Liberals are now looking at gaining regulatory control over “private communications.”
“Many experts supported the notion that private communications should be included under the scope of the legislative framework,” wrote staff, adding: “Some experts explained private messaging services should be regulated.”