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The World Health Organization’s (WHO) pandemic treaty, the amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR) and the global One Health agenda are all part of a soft coup, a global power grab.
The globalists’ plan for our future can be summarized as “global dominion by the few and total control of the masses.”
The technocratic cabal has control over most if not all Western governments, as well as the bureaucratic structure of the WHO; 85% of its funding comes from private entities, so it’s owned by private interests.
Based on the current treaty draft and proposed IHR amendments, it’s clear that mRNA-based vaccinations will be mandatory under the WHO’s power structure, and these vaccines will be made in 100 days by skipping human trials and shaving safety and efficacy testing down to the bare bones.
Under the treaty, as currently written, nations will be required to surveil and censor social media. The WHO’s narrative will be the only one allowed.
“The board asked its libraries to remove fiction and non-fiction books published before 2008 while assessing collections through an equity lens.”
“Ontario’s Education Minister says he has asked a school board to immediately end the practice of removing library books after concerns were raised about how it was carrying out the process of assessing and removing older books.”
Over the past decade, Ontario’s public school system has adopted a certain militancy when it comes to “educating” their students.
“Since last spring, the Peel District School Board, outside Toronto, has been weeding books from school libraries that are not deemed inclusive.”
“Remember, we’re talking about a child. We’re not talking about small versions of adults. We’re talking about children.”– Education Minister Dustin Duncan.
A week before kids return to school in the province of Saskatchewan, Education Minister Dustin Duncan announced upcoming changes targeting LGBT indoctrination in the public school system:
“Parents will have to be notified when sexual health education is happening and what will be included, and parents will have the ability to take their kids out of the class if they wish.”
“No third parties will be allowed to be brought in for sexual health education presentations, excepting from the ministry or Saskatchewan Health Authority. School divisions also will have to pause working with third parties on sex education programming.”
“Parents will have to consent before a requested name and pronoun change from a student will be honoured in the school.”
Ontario’s Peel District School Board (PDSB) received criticism earlier this week, including from the education minister, after reports the board told librarians to remove all books published before 2008 for “equity” reasons.
The board’s education director says librarians were not given this instruction and that books with any publishing date that meet equity criteria should be kept.
“Regardless of publication date, older or damaged books that are accurate, relevant to the student population, inclusive, not harmful, and support the current curriculum, may stay,” director Rashmi Swarup said in a statement emailed to The Epoch Times.
A board spokesperson confirmed, however, that a PDSB manual for book “weeding” gives a 15-year “weeding date,” which would bring them to 2008.
It’s often said that in a democracy, we get the government we deserve. This isn’t quite true. Children are suffering under the government their parents deserve due to voter apathy, and they don’t get to vote on it.
Local levels of government have become dominated by activists and we can only blame ourselves for allowing that to happen.
Canadians responded with shock upon learning the hyper-woke Peel District School Board in Ontario has been stripping books from school library shelves based on a bizarre, equity-based formula the school board had arbitrarily contrived. Even Anne Frank’s “Diary of a Young Girl” was pulled from the shelves.
There is likely no better book in existence than Anne Frank’s diary to teach youth about the horrors committed by the Nazi regime in World War II. This first-person account is easy for young people to digest and relate to. It was written by Frank when she was their peer in age. Then she was murdered in a concentration camp. A tragic ending with a harsh message but an important one for young people growing and developing their worldview.
A Maine couple last week finally got the answers they’d been seeking for nearly a year, ever since their 62-day-old son, Sawyer, died Oct. 28, 2022 — 34 hours after receiving his scheduled childhood vaccines.
According to a toxicology report, Sawyer’s blood contained 95 micrograms per liter of aluminum, a level that would be toxic for adults.
In early 2020, life as we knew it changed forever. What was sold to us as a fight against “a new and deadly virus“ soon revealed itself as merely the opening act of a Great Reset, in which we will “own nothing and be happy”. This film documents exactly who is behind it all, how long it’s been in the works, and how to stop it… before we lose our country, our liberty, and our humanity.
Saskatchewan is taking a stand for what’s right, and I’ve got to give credit to Premier Scott Moe.
Last month I wrote about a new policy for students introduced by the Minister of Education. This policy requires schools to obtain parental permission when children under age 16 wish to change their name or the gender pronouns used to address them. It also directs schools to inform parents about the content of health lessons and give them the option to opt their children out ahead of time.
This common-sense policy recognizes that parents have the best interests of their children at heart, and that parental authority must be respected. In addition, it works to prevent pro-LGBT teachers and staff from grooming students into the transgender lifestyle without their parents’ knowledge.
This is a policy that promotes transparency in schools, better communication between parents and teachers, and a safer school environment for students. It prevents the types of abuse that can take place when intimate student-teacher conversations are hidden under a cloak of secrecy. It also saves gender-confused children from experiencing a schizophrenic double-life, where they present as one persona at home and another at school.
An Ontario school board has been “weeding” out all books published before 2008 with the goal of removing any “harmful, oppressive, or colonial content,” according to the board’s directive to school libraries.
The Peel District School Board (PDSB) directive suggests many books from the past are “inherently racist, classist, heteronormative, and/or sexist.”
The issue gained attention after the CBC published an article about empty PDSB school library shelves on Sept. 13. A group called Libraries Not Landfills has raised awareness of these purging efforts at PDSB, saying “the arbitrary relegation of books to the dumpster for simply being old is abhorrent.”
Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce says the board should stop this weeding.
The California Department of Health (CDPH) is threatening to restrict funding for the more than 600 schools being audited by the state because they reported more than 10% of their kindergarten or seventh grade students were not fully vaccinated last year or because they failed to file a vaccination report with the state, EdSource reported.
“Schools found to have improperly admitted students who have (not) met immunization requirements may be subject to loss of average daily attendance payments for those children,” the CDPH said in an email.