When consuming alternative media, one of the questions that comes to mind when we are reading about some criminal action that suddenly becomes shockingly real for us and not a conspiracy “theory” is What can we DO about THAT?!. How can we not feel helpless and defeated? How can we feel more empowered? Are we part of the problem? Are we complicit? So, from now on, let’s try harder to deal with these questions–the psychological questions and the practical questions.
Many of us can see what is happening around us and how basic assumptions about the rights and freedoms of Canadians and others have been violated, and how basic criminal laws have been violated. Many of these laws correspond to basic principles of right and wrong.
What this series is about is an ongoing study to investigate and find as many potential issues as possible. And for each point, I am urging readers to contact everyone they can think of–professionals such as lawyers, officials of all kinds such as judges, prosecutors (crown attorneys) and police, religious leaders, teachers, doctors, and so on, and join together with whoever they can find in their personal and professional circles to assert themselves in opposition to those in government and in the corporate world who have been deliberately trying to underminine a healthy, functioning society.
Instead of relying on one or two lawsuits or court cases, or on the legal action by another group we hear about in the alternative media, we can study those cases also, but let’s pursue our own efforts to prosecute and sue those who are guilty and to overturn their policies (while always seeking to reconcile with those who have been fooled or intimidated into going along with these policies). I am open to suggestions and information about other cases which I will try to post about in this series.
I think ultimately we are going to end up in a situation where we have made some kind of impact to stall the COVID network’s actions. Very soon, we will end up having to build a parallel system of people who refuse to comply with the vaccination efforts and other policies and who have become as independent as possible.
Even with that in mind as a likely scenario, I think we should do all we can to use the current system in order to protect ourselves and others from continued abuse.
One of the upcoming topics: Canadian Criminal Code