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COVID-19

15 posts.

31 October

A Failing Grade….and some solutions

To those who have been forced to be vaccinated – don’t give up. I know that what once was unthinkable has now become unavoidable for many who needed their jobs... this will be sorted out in the end.

31 October

Opposing Mandated Vaccines

A variety of Members of the European Parliament are saying what Canadian leaders should be saying - see esp the message by Christine Anderson beginning at 3:30. (YouTube video)

22 October

Health System meltdown?

Another threat that we need to acknowledge is as dangerous as COVID - it has to do with your medical care in the future. Government bureaucrats are intending to fire front line nurses, paramedics, care workers, and doctors who are not vaccinated.

08 October

So the chickens are coming home to roost at Thanksgiving

As vaccine mandates kick in all over the province and the nation, new caseloads reveal the complete failure of the government’s initiatives. While vaccines may have reduced symptoms for some, they have not stopped transmission.

21 August

A year and a half - comments on Covid-19

Its been an unusual year and a half to say the least. I want to share my thoughts and comments here over the next little while about COVID and provide additional insights into what has been happening in this pandemic.

28 July

US Congresswoman runs afoul of Twitter and is suspended

Ms Greene, a Republican congresswoman, has been an outspoken critic of vaccines and the use of masks. Last month she apologised for likening coronavirus mask rules to the treatment of Jews in Nazi Germany.

30 April

Canadian Court Empowers Police to ‘Do Anything Necessary’ to Disrupt Church, Find Pastor

Calgary Police and Alberta Health Services apply for and receive a secret warrant - “to use such reasonable force as they deem appropriate to gain access” to the building of the church led by Pastor Artur Pawlowski.

30 April

Judge denies gov’t request to close Canadian church that has defied coronavirus rules

A Canadian church will for now at least not have its doors closed to its faithful after a judge denied an Ontario Attorney General’s request to shut the church doors because it has stayed open contrary to draconian health rules.

30 April

Cult of Covid v. Gracelife Church

There has been a lot of interest in the case of James Coates and GraceLife church – here is a video that lays out the case that has been built by the Justice Center for Constitutional Freedoms, Coate’s legal represesntatives.

20 March

Canadian Pastor Will Stay in Jail Until May Trial for Holding Church Services amid Pandemic

Albert government uses the courts to keep Pastor James Coates in prison for another 2 months over church meeting on Sundays. Slight overkill, so to speak???

Portraits of Mao Zedong are replacing religious symbols in homes of believers.
16 July

People on Social Welfare Ordered to Worship CCP, Not God

The coronavirus outbreak has significantly affected China’s economy and livelihoods, primarily low-income households. Without much help from the state, religious residents are also coerced to renounce their faith, or their welfare benefits are cut.

13 July

Bangladesh restricts public Eid prayers amid pandemic

Bangladesh has barred congregational prayers on the Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha on traditionally-designated open grounds to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, according to senior officials.

Cancelling the Hajj would be unprecedented in modern times, but curbing attendance from high-risk areas has happened before [Saudi Press Agency via Reuters]
20 June

Indonesia to skip Hajj pilgrimage over coronavirus fears

Largest contingent of worshippers will not be doing the annual trip to Saudi Arabia.

The Cox's Bazar camps are home to nearly a million refugees(Photo: Tearfund)
20 June

Fears for Rohingya refugees as Covid-19 reaches camps

There are fears for hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh after the first confirmed cases of Covid-19 were reported in the camps this week. The Cox's Bazar camps are home to over 850,000 Rohingya refugees.

Pastor Acharya and his family (c) Morningstarnews.org
09 June

Nepalese police arrest pastor for preaching about COVID-19

In Nepal, praying in public could mean prison time. Recently, the police arrested a pastor for allegedly spreading misinformation about Corona virus and praying for his congregation in fear of the pandemic.