Israeli People Committee’s Report Find Catastrophic Side Effects Of Pfizer Vaccine To Every System In Human Body

May 3, 2021

The Israeli People Committee (IPC), a civilian body made of leading Israeli health experts, has published its April report into the Pfizer vaccine’s side effects indicating damage to almost every system in the human body. If the findings by IPC are genuine, then Pfizer vaccine is linked to more deaths in Israel than AstraZeneca’s in the whole of Europe. The findings are catastrophic on every possible level. This is a detailed report that highlights the most devastating findings.

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Calgary street preacher Artur Pawlowski arrested after church service without masks, distancing

Calgary police arrested Pawlowski after he failed to abide by public health ordersAuthor of the article:Alanna SmithPublishing date:May 09, 2021  •  1 day ago  •  4 minute read  •   52 Comments

Supporters of Artur Pawlowski videotaped his arrest in Calgary on Saturday.
Supporters of Artur Pawlowski videotaped his arrest in Calgary on Saturday. PHOTO BY ARTUR PAWLOWSKI TV / YOUTUBE

Calgary police have arrested street preacher Artur Pawlowski after he failed to abide by public health orders again during a Saturday church service during which dozens were congregating without masks, with no regard for physical distancing.

His brother, Dawid Pawlowski, was also taken into custody.

Both have been charged with organizing an illegal in-person gathering, in addition to “requesting, inciting or inviting others” to join them, said the Calgary Police Service in a statement.

Supporters of street preacher Artur Pawlowski rally at a southeast Calgary church on Saturday, May 8, 2021. Police officers were told to go away.
Supporters of street preacher Artur Pawlowski rally at a southeast Calgary church on Saturday, May 8, 2021. Police officers were told to go away. PHOTO BY DARREN MAKOWICHUK /Postmedia

“It is important to understand that law enforcement recognizes people’s desire to participate in faith-based gatherings as well as the right to protest. However, as we find ourselves in the midst of a global pandemic, we all must comply with public health orders in order to ensure everyone’s safety and wellbeing,” the police service said.

Alberta Health Services obtained a Court of Queen’s Bench Order on Thursday, which imposed additional restrictions on organizers of protests or demonstrations requiring compliance with COVID-19 safety measures, such as masking and attendance limits.

“Law enforcement agencies can act immediately under this injunction, without the necessity of Alberta Health Services attendance,” Alberta RCMP said in a statement issued Friday in response to the injunction. “There are a variety of ways to enforce this order, including the ability to issue tickets, fines and criminal charges to individuals who are breaking public health orders by organizing and/or attending these events. This can include arrest and removal any person who has notice of this Order and chooses to act in violation of it.”

The Calgary police said in a statement on Friday evening the court order was “a significant development.”

“In the event of non-compliance, the Order provides enforcement powers, including powers of arrest, for those that are organizing, promoting and attending any public gathering where public health orders are not being followed,” the statement said.

“We ask those who may be considering organizing or participating in any outdoor events to ensure they are familiar with public health order requirements and to do their part to prevent further spread of the virus,” the statement continued.

Police said they served “an organizer” of Street Church with the court order prior to the weekend service without entering the establishment, located at 4315 26th Ave. S.E.

Police address Artur Pawlowski on Saturday, May 8, 2021, at his S.E. Calgary church who was holding a rally to stop the church shutdowns. Officers were told to go away.
Police address Artur Pawlowski on Saturday, May 8, 2021, at his S.E. Calgary church who was holding a rally to stop the church shutdowns. Officers were told to go away. PHOTO BY DARREN MAKOWICHUK /Postmedia

“The service organizer acknowledged the injunction, but chose to ignore requirements for social distancing, mask wearing and reduced capacity limits for attendees, and continued with the event,” said the force, which resulted in the arrests.


Despite pouring rain and a pre-emptive court injunction, hundreds gathered outside the Whistle Stop Cafe in the hamlet of Mirror, Alta., for the “Save Alberta Campout Protest.”

Demonstrators were there to support cafe owner Chris Scott and challenge Public Health Orders meant to curb the spread of COVID-19.

A spokesman for the RCMP said officers took the first three hours of the protest to educate demonstrators on COVID-19 regulations and notify them that they were contravening the injunction.

“There was a decision at one point to start mounting enforcement,” said Cpl. Troy Savinkoff. “That was around 4 p.m.”

Later Saturday, Alberta RCMP confirmed Scott.

On Wednesday, AHS said it closed the cafe after the agency received more than 400 complaints about the business since January. Health authorities said the cafe is to remain closed until Scott can demonstrate the ability to comply with health restrictions.

Alberta Health Services said after hearing about plans for the protest that the provincial government would take legal action that would allow RCMP officers to use reasonable force in arresting and removing any person at the rally who contravenes public health orders.

But that didn’t stop people without masks from standing together to cheer and clap when Scott stood on a stage and encouraged them to fight for their freedom.

“I’ve been accused of a lot of things over this. They think it’s about money. They think it’s about popularity. I could care less about that,” Scott told the crowd.

“I’m not fine with anyone telling me what to do with my body or how to earn an income.”

Scott then asked the crowd to follow COVID-19 regulations at the rally due to the injunction.

Three hours later, RCMP officers with body cameras began handing out tickets under the Public Health Act to those leaving the area for participating in the illegal gathering.

At press time, the event had not dispersed and police had yet to provide an update on how many people were ticketed Saturday.

With fIles from Joe Roe and The Canadian Press

French soldiers accuse government of trying to ‘silence’ warnings of civil war


Second letter from military staff says threat of punishment ‘quite perverse’ and repeats: ‘Civil war is brewing in France’

Marine Le Pen.
The far-right leader Marine Le Pen said she understood the sentiments of the first letter and called on the signatories to support her politics and her bid for the French presidency in 2022. Photograph: Sylvain Lefevre/Getty Images

Kim Willsher in Paris

Mon 10 May 2021 11.04 BST

Serving members of the French military have fired a second salvo at Emmanuel Macron’s government in an open letter accusing it of “cowardice, deceit, perversion”, just weeks after a first letter said the country was heading for “civil war”.

Like the first letter, it appears in the rightwing magazine Valeurs ActuellesIt was reportedly signed anonymously “by active military personnel” and is appended with a petition on the magazine’s website for others to sign.

The letter’s signatories refer to the seventh verse of La Marseillaise, the French national anthem, that refers to the “avenging” slain elders or following them to “their coffins”.

It was published in support of the first letter, published on 21 April, the 60th anniversary of a failed coup d’état against General Charles de Gaulle over his support for Algerian independence.

Signed by a number of retired generals as well as at least 18 serving soldiers including four officers, it warned of the “disintegration” of France evoking what it called the “perils” of Islamic extremist and “the hordes from the banlieue”.

It also accused anti-racism groups of creating “hatred between communities” and cautioned that “lax” government policies could spark chaos requiring military action to “protect our civilisational values”.

Afterwards, furious ministers accused the signatories, who were supported by the far-right Rassemblement National party leader, Marine Le Pen, of breaking military rules and threatened legal action against them. The armed forces minister, Florence Parly, said: “The armies are not there to campaign but to defend France”, while the interior minister, Gérard Darmanin, accused Le Pen of having her father Jean-Marie Le Pen’s “taste” for the sound of marching boots.

The second letter, published late on Sunday evening, batted off threats of punishment and launched an all-out attack on the government, accusing it of “trampling” on veterans’ honour and “sullying” their reputation “when their only fault is to love their country and mourn its visible decline”.

“To quibble about the form of our elders’ tribune instead of recognising the evidence of their findings, you have to be cowardly. To invoke a misinterpreted duty of reserve in order to silence French citizens, one must be very deceitful. To encourage the army’s senior officers to take a stand and expose themselves, before angrily sanctioning them as soon as they write anything other than battle reports, one must be quite perverse.

“Cowardice, deceit, perversion: this is not our vision of the hierarchy. On the contrary, the army is, par excellence, the place where we speak the truth because we commit our lives.”

It concluded: “Once again, civil war is brewing in France and you know it perfectly well.” By 10am Monday morning, Valeurs Actuelles claimed 76,461 people had signed the petition.

It brought a swift and damning response from the French government and politicians across the spectrum. Darmanin said it was a crude manoeuvre in the run-up to regional elections next month and denounced the lack of courage of its unnamed authors.

“These are anonymous people. Is that courage? To be anonymous?” Darmanin said on BFMTV. “What a strange and courageous society that gives such a voice to anonymous people. It’s like being on social networks. I think I know that when you’re in the military, you don’t do this kind of thing on the sly.”

Former president François Hollande told France Inter: “Where is the professional code … how can we let people think that today the army would be driven by such feelings and by such a desire to challenge the very principles of the Republic?”

Jean-Luc Mélenchon of La France Insoumise (France Unbowed) said: “They are seditious and cowardly. I’m not afraid to say my name and what I will do if I’m elected and that’s to purge the army of its dissident members.”

Olivier Faure of the Socialist party said the letters were worrying and that the left should “reflect on all these threats”.

French soldiers accuse government of trying to ‘silence’ warnings of civil war | France | The Guardian

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