REVEALED: Biden ordered Trudeau to END freedom convoy over fears US car plants would close within hours – before the Canadian PM invoked emergency powers to quash it

  • President Biden demanded Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stop the ‘freedom convoy’ that protested at the border against vaccine mandates 
  • Trudeau is set to testify Friday regarding his decision to clear out the convoy as part of a Canadian government investigation
  • The trucker protest grew until it closed vital trade routes along the Canada-U.S. border and shut down key parts of the capital for more than three weeks 
  • Canadian Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland previously testified that Washington was ‘very, very, very worried’ about the blockades
  • The minister emailed staff on February 10 saying Washington feared ‘all of their northeastern car plants will shut down’ if the convoy was not stopped in 12 hours
  • Trudeau, according to texts between Clow and Freeland, talked to Biden about ‘money, people and political/media support’ from America
  • Three days after speaking with Biden, on February 14, Trudeau invoked the Emergencies Act to clear out the protesters 
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Chinese police flee from workers at Zhengzhou iPhone factory

Chinese police flee from workers at Zhengzhou iPhone factory. The people are fighting back but it probably won’t end well for them. The camps will be waiting for them as more ”storm troopers” will arrive.

More information available here: Foxconn Riot, Short-Lived COVID Control Ease-up & Mysterious Disappearance of Students in China. ABN

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How subscription blue checks can ensure free speech on Twitter

JUST FACTS: It's estimated there are around 400,000 blue☑️'s on Twitter. At $8 a month, that's $3.2 million a month(if they pay). NOW, there are about 240 million users on Twitter, how many become verified? It's simple business analytics. @elonmusk

If only 10 million decide to become verified, that's an $80 million a month revenue increase not including other income streams.

Let's say 40 million step up and become verified over time…that's $320 million in revenue a month or $3.8 billion annually.

But most importantly, let’s leave out the dollars and cents. It’s about freedom. Talk all you want about civilization, but this is what it is about, FREEDOM, and I thank you for that. @elonmusk

JUST FACTS: It's estimated there are around 400,000 blue☑️'s on Twitter. At $8 a month, that's $3.2 million a month(if they pay). NOW, there are about 240 million users on Twitter, how many become verified? It's simple business analytics. @elonmusk

If only 10 million decide to become verified, that's an $80 million a month revenue increase not including other income streams.

Let's say 40 million step up and become verified over time…that's $320 million in revenue a month or $3.8 billion annually.

With ad revenue currently at around $175 million a month or around $2.1 billion annually.

Add it all up…it will be between a $4.3 to $4.7 billion a year business not including things that are not public. Still wondering how Twitter didn't collapse years ago bleeding out 4-6 million year. How did it stay afloat all these years? @elonmusk

Originally tweeted by JU5T_F4CT5 (@JU5T_F4CT5) on November 7, 2022.

‘I am at a loss to understand why there are reporters and Stanford professors who object to free speech on campus on issues of public concern’ ~ Jay Bhattacharya

This weekend, I will be appearing with Prof. John Ioannidis at a conference on academic freedom at Stanford. The conference organizers invited professors who disagreed with us to participate in the session, but they declined.
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Some of those pro-lockdown professors have complained that there are people at Stanford talking to each other at Stanford with whom they disagree. At least one pro-lockdown reporter took to Twitter to create some sort of scandal around this fact.
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The conference will be publicly live-streamed. I am at a loss to understand why there are reporters and Stanford professors who object to free speech on campus on issues of public concern. Everyone is free to disagree.
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https://cli.stanford.edu/events/conference-symposium/academic-freedom-conference

Originally tweeted by Jay Bhattacharya (@DrJBhattacharya) on November 3, 2022.

He’s really not “at a loss.” Those profs are assholes, dangerous ones. ABN

Nothing is perfect and this is a real possibility

Nonetheless, Elon has made some good moves. That said Western IC has to be all over his ass. Can anyone not approved by cabal do anything in USA? Probably not. Trust good information over people but people are always major factors. Musk will change Twitter. New technology is always going to happen and can’t be stopped. Big places to share uncensored information is probably all we will have. I can support and enjoy Musk and hope for the best while keeping in mind the forces around him and all of us. ABN

“How long will they keep denying this? Both the magnitude, and the change over time bear out an association between the \/ and catching Covid” ~ The Ethical Skeptic

The BQ.1 and BQ.1.1 variants appeared inside Nowcast, just as was rumored.

What they did not tell you, was that the arrival of this rise in cases – is commensurate with a 22% rise in positivity among those \/’d less than 3 months ago.

4% LOSS in positivity among the UN-\/.

How long will they keep denying this? Both the magnitude, and the change over time bear out an association between the \/ and catching Covid.

Originally tweeted by Ethical Skeptic ☀ (@EthicalSkeptic) on October 18, 2022.

Is it not a foul disgrace that someone as skilled and selfless as The Ethical Skeptic must use the symbol “\/” for covid vaccines? Three years of covid have shown us beyond a shadow of a doubt that “uncurated” information from “fringe” researchers has consistently been vastly better than the curated information served up by Big Tech, MSM, and the US government. But TES posts on Twitter, someone might say. Yes, he does and he is a rare exception that proves the rule and even he has had to use the symbol \/. He got around Twitter bans by using arcane vocabularies, \/, and by writing in an abstruse manner, which sadly kept his work hidden from many people it could have helped. Big Tech, MSN, the CDC, NIH, FDA, NIAID, and more have been horrible with covid information, which though they stated it clearly enough has been all but universally wrong. So wrong it has led to the worst manmade health disaster in world history. ABN

Musk’s Dangerous Vision for Twitter ~ Robert Malone

“We” are being manipulated into the vision of Elon being the free speech shield-bearer – but what has Musk revealed recently as to his true motivations for wanting Twitter.

Musk’s vision for Twitter is “one stop shopping.” E-commerce. He intends to bring social media, banking, auto loans, Amazon type buying, insurance, paying loans and utility bills, medical insurance, service estimates, you name it- under the umbrella of Twitter. Everything you do, buy, need – could be bought on the Twitter website. This is about power and money.

Why does he care about bot accounts? Because what he is buying is access to you, to me, to each and everyone of us on Twitter now or on Twitter in the future. He wants to know the exact number of warm bodies to sell to his investors. Remember – with the purchase of Twitter, he will have a client base maybe in the billions – before he even launches a single product! That client base includes some of the most influential, wealthy and educated people on the planet.

So, why is this such a bad thing?

Let’s go back to free speech.

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Oregonians force vote to SECEDE from the woke state and become part of Idaho

Conservative Oregonians fed up with the state’s woke politics are planning to secede from the state and join Idaho instead.

Members of the Greater Idaho movement are pushing their state legislators, as well as their counterparts in Idaho, to redraw Oregon‘s border so that the eastern two-thirds of the state become part of Idaho.

The movement has already gained support from residents in nine Eastern Oregon counties, with those in two others set to vote next month on whether they want their lawmakers to work on redrawing the border. 

State legislatures of both Idaho and Oregon would also have to sign off on the plan before it goes forward to the United States Congress. 

Doing so makes sense, spokesman Matt McCaw argues, because Idaho’s politics more closely match those residents’ conservative views.

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