July 29, 2021 ║ My Short Anti-Vaccine Passport Rant to Three Members of the Surrey Board of Trade
I have two Blogger (or Blogspot) blogs. The blogging platform is free and, of course, owned by Google.
One of my blogs has been running since sometime in September 2008; the other, since early in 2019. I began the second blog after having my hand forced into making the first blog completely private.
One day I hope to again make the private blog public, but that is some time ─ probably years ─ away. And since I am presently 72, anything could happen to me meanwhile and the blog would then never become public. After all, I almost died this past October from a case of diagnosed “COVID pneumonia” that put me into a hospital.
Anyway, my public blog got penalized this past Summer when I saw this notice appear:
This post was unpublished because it violates Blogger’s community guidelines. To republish, please update the content to adhere to the guidelines.
There were actually quite a few posts that had been “unpublished” ─ not just one.
And of course, the link to those cited “community guidelines” might as well have been missing, for there was no way of knowing precisely why my posts had been removed from public view. That is how this level of censorship works ─ exercise a heavy hand smeared thickly with utter ambiguity.
I have till now been letting those censored posts languish, but it occurred to me yesterday that I could simply reproduce them in their entirety on this website that does not belong to Google, and thus it may be outside the reach of the people involved in the censorship of my original posts.
What follows is what I believe to be the earliest of those censored or banned posts ─ I simply copied the so-called HTML text and pasted it here. Even the post’s advertisements are present ─ it is always possible that there was something about those that may have drawn the critical censorship eye.
I am going to publish each of the banned posts in this website, and I will try to do so at the rate of one per day.
So again, here is the earliest of those posts ─ ads and all.
I am continuing to get in just over an hour of afternoon sunning each day, even though sometimes (as was the situation yesterday) I find myself too punished to be able to sit here creating a blog post that day.
And today, I was beset out there early into my sunning session with a migraine aura attack that has left me with a vague headache. Even a nap has not dispelled that aftereffect.
It’s also getting tough to sit up overnight to work on a few things here at my computer ─ I cannot seem to acquire sufficient sleep beforehand in the latter evening. Of course, having my wife home and often disturbing me is detrimental to that bolstering latter evening slumber.
She did not have to work today, so I am most likely in for more of the same later today.
While I was up overnight last night, I noticed a Facebook post Odessa Orlewicz had made that brought my attention to something involving Surrey (where I live) that I had not before heard about. To wit, it seems that our Board of Trade CEO has called upon the federal government to institute vaccine passports ─ not just here in Surrey nor even just in B.C., but all across Canada.
Odessa provided three key E-mail addresses in her post, encouraging people to let the Surrey Board of Trade know just what we think about this idea.
I eventually got around to doing just that before I returned to bed early this morning. However, this post I later made at Librti.com explains:
Overnight I saw Odessa’s Facebook post about the Surrey Board of Trade having solicited the federal government to bring in vaccine passports ─ I live in Surrey, but was unaware of this move by the Surrey Board of Trade.
So I opened up an E-mail and plunked in the three addresses that Odessa had provided related to the Surrey Board of Trade, and then I went in search of a news report validating Odessa’s post.
Sure enough ─ the Surrey Board of Trade made the news three days ago with its CEO Anita Huberman clearly pushing for vaccine passports. And not just here in Surrey or B.C., but right across Canada.
Here’s a Global News example of one of the news reports: Surrey Board of Trade calls for widely used ‘proof of immunization’ for travel and businesses.
I thought about what I could say, for it was nearly 5:30 a.m. and I had been up since before midnight, and I wanted to get back to bed.
This was what I sent off with the Subject heading “No to Tyrannical Vaccine Passports!”:
Do not dare to propose and back such a system as vaccine passports here in Surrey nor anywhere else in B.C.
My father and his older brother did not fight in World War II against the threat of totalitarianism just so it could arise here in Canada ─ there must be no pseudo-medical segregation system such as vaccine passports.
I have lived in Surrey since the start of 1957 as a boy when my family moved here ─ there will be hell to pay if I am to be discriminated against because I refuse the experimental non-vaccine.
Besides, it is no one’s business who is or is NOT vaccinated.
I say an emphatic NO to this preposterous freedom-threatening scheme. Let it go no farther.
Anita Huberman can move somewhere else if she wants to live with segregation. I sure don’t.
Well, it was only as I was hitting “Send” that I noticed that said Anita Huberman was to be one of the recipients of that message!
Obviously I’m a little curious if there will be an aftermath, since I do indeed live in Surrey ─ time will no doubt tell.
I probably should have added that my father’s younger brother was too young to enlist in the War, but he did join up and go to Korea for that miserable conflict where he witnessed things that probably helped lead to his alcoholism and early death at the age of 33.
Anyway, none of the three people whom I directed my E-mail to just ahead of 5:30 a.m. this morning have yet responded, I have to add.
And happily, that Librti.com post has been getting some welcome positive support.
Also, on a related note, I see that Odessa livestreamed a half hour video today that she hyped at Librti.com as follows:
Phone call Town Hall with Bonnie Henry and Adrian Dix!! Tonight 7PM PST!!! Call info along with my episode about it BELOW. She’s wants “ideas” how we can get more jabbas into everyone’s arms and she has left cell phone messages for the un-jabbed to call her1!
Vaxxxport pushers in Surrey, BC below want to hear from YOU:
To: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
Tonight’s July 29th Town Hall With Bonnie and Adrian Dix 7pm PST
call 1 877 229 8493 and enter code 117216
If you want to ask her a question before call 833 832 3132
I have yet to watch the video, but I will do so tomorrow morning with my younger brother and most likely report about it in a post that day. Nevertheless, this is the video link at YouTube: July 29- Tragic Stats As Per Yellow Card Reporting By The UK Governement And More.
By the way, those E-mail addresses just above are the same three that I sent my message to ─ Anita Huberman, the CEO of the Surrey Board of Trade ─ will be the third of them.
My brother and I watched a rather interesting Corbett Report yesterday titled Fight the Banksters with Cash Friday – #SolutionsWatch. That was not the link I used, but at present the actual source link that I used eludes me. We watched the video on T.V. via our Android TV Box.
I am ashamed to say that I have not used actual physical cash while shopping in well over a year ─ maybe even more than two years.
Another video that my brother and I watched ─ this morning, this time ─ was hosted by Odessa’s husband Norbert and his partner Roman at Librti.com and featuring their guest, one of the founding members of Police on Guard for Thee: The Librti Show Ep. 12 – Chris VandenBos from Police on Guard for Thee.
In conclusion, I won’t be participating in the 7 p.m. Town Hall with wretched lying B.C. provincial “health officer” Bonnie Henry that is scheduled for this evening ─ I am too much the recluse, and always have been.
And it is here that I am going to close today’s post. I have a beer chilling in the fridge icebox / freezer, and I want to enjoy it with a little T.V. before some light supper.
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