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“Open letter from medical doctors and health professionals to all Belgian authorities and all Belgian media.

September 5th 2020

We, Belgian doctors and health professionals, wish to express our serious concern about the evolution of the situation in the recent months surrounding the outbreak of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. We call on politicians to be independently and critically informed in the decision-making process and in the compulsory implementation of corona-measures. We ask for an open debate, where all experts are represented without any form of censorship. After the initial panic surrounding covid-19, the objective facts now show a completely different picture – there is no medical justification for any emergency policy anymore.
The current crisis management has become totally disproportionate and causes more damage than it does any good.
We call for an end to all measures and ask for an immediate restoration of our normal democratic governance and legal structures and of all our civil liberties.


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Signed by 1636 medically trained health professionals
Signed by 11721 citizens

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The Great Barrington Declaration: Good News!

As medical specialists increasingly speak out, we all get help with navigating these stressful, treacherous waters of bioweapon lockdown. This latest positive initiative provides opportunity to take cooperative action.

“Great Barrington Declaration – As infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists, we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19 policies, and recommend an approach we call Focused Protection.

Coming from both the left and right, and around the world, we have devoted our careers to protecting people. Current lockdown policies are producing devastating effects on short and long-term public health. The results (to name a few) include lower childhood vaccination rates, worsening cardiovascular disease outcomes, fewer cancer screenings and deteriorating mental health – leading to greater excess mortality in years to come, with the working class and younger members of society carrying the heaviest burden. Keeping students out of school is a grave injustice. 

Keeping these measures in place until a vaccine is available will cause irreparable damage, with the underprivileged disproportionately harmed.

Fortunately, our understanding of the virus is growing. We know that vulnerability to death from COVID-19 is more than a thousand-fold higher in the old and infirm than the young. Indeed, for children, COVID-19 is less dangerous than many other harms, including influenza.”


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End terrorizing the young

The September 22 ‘die-in’ by New Westminster Secondary students highlights the need to sensitize ourselves to the suffering of young people and children in these shocking times. Overwhelmed, Government, school administrators, and teachers apply the established method; but social distancing and masking don’t address the anxiety and stress young people suffer. Many more counsellors and busses, more information and feedback from authorities, are essential.

But it is past time to ease the fear caused by reporting the negatives first. The number of covid cases leads each day’s news; but it is seldom mentioned that more than 99% recover.

Kids need to be reminded that 84% of deaths occurred in care homes, where caregivers working in several institutions spread the virus among elders, many with health problems, and lockdown-enforced isolation from family and friends. Those early horrific numbers raised the fear that the virus is everywhere in the air; that you are at risk even driving your car or walking in the woods. Threat of a ‘new wave’, and (documented) manipulation of numbers, keeps that fear alive.

The greatest tragedy of this lockdown is the terrorizing of generations of children.

Kids need to hear media and Government emphasize the negligible risk for young people. Be reassured by public acknowledgement of the distressing limitations on hearing and facial response.

They need their common sense validated when they experience masks reducing their oxygen, re-breathing their carbon dioxide, causing daily personal distress (all of which suppress the immune system). They need to hear positive options: that a strong immune system is the best protection—fresh air, exercise, healthy diet, vitamin and mineral supplements; friendship, normal human relations.

The makers of the most common masks tell us on the bottom of the box that they don’t protect against covid. Yet Governments, school administrators, teachers, and many parents follow (apparently without question) the dictates of the UN World Health Organization—which once also said that masks don’t protect against covid.

Young people need a range of resources to evaluate conflicting information and judge for themselves: who profits? But social media censor and attack doctors, scientists, and political analysts who raise these issues beyond the established narrative. Responsible media, Government, and local authorities must enable open discussion toward balance and perspective.

It has become apparent that the global lockdown has caused more deaths than covid; escalated public conflict; devastated small business and families, indebted governments to private capital, massively increasing corporate wealth; and now threatens millions of people with starvation.

Despite dominator blackout tactics, netizens share the realities: the WHO is in public-private partnership with Big Pharma; is funded largely by vaccine billionaire Bill Gates; that the ‘new normal’ is outlined in the 2007 simulation by WHO and the World Economic Forum: the “Lock Step” Plandemic we now live. Global public and personal control has been effected by this novel One World Government—without a shot fired.

This student protest, and the citizen demonstration last week, flatten the curve of fear. These students recognize that miscommunication causes stress “that has not yet been resolved”. This work should not be up to them. But they demonstrate that the clear energy of youth is our most precious resource.

Legal challenge of disproportionate covid measures

Vaccine Choice Canada has retained constitutional lawyer Rocco Galati:

“A legal challenge to Covid-19 measures has been filed against the Ontario and Federal Governments claiming they are unconstitutional as Justin Trudeau, Dr. Theresa Tam, Doug Ford, the CBC and many others are facing litigation. The challenge was launched by Vaccine Choice Canada who stated in a press release: 

We are living in unprecedented times. The mass and indiscriminate containment of citizens, the restriction of access to parliament, the courts, medical and educational services, the destruction of local economies and livelihoods, and the requirement to physically distance, along with the forced use of non-medical masking are extraordinary measures that have never before been imposed on the citizens of Canada. The impact of these aberrant measures on our physical, emotional, psychological, social and economic well-being is profoundly destructive and these actions are unsustainable, unwarranted, extreme and unconstitutional.”

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Lockdown globalizes poverty and racism

The Covid-19 disinformation campaigns persist in promoting continued, accelerated fear. This video by Professor Chossudovsky, emeritus professor of economics at Ottawa University, explains the connections with the Black Lives Matter movement and global poverty:

The related links expand on various aspects of this global takeover by the elite–corporations, the global one percent, ignorant/cooperative governments, and media.

We need to build a global movement without corporate foundation funding.

“NATO-Exit” International Front

The Florence Declaration: The Creation of a “NATO-Exit” International Front

By Comitato No Nato and Global Research

Global Research, April 11, 2019

Text of The Florence Declaration adopted by more than 600 participants to the Florence No War No NATO Conference, April 7, 2019.

Original in Italian. Translations into English, French, Russian, Spanish. The debates and discussions were chaired by renowned author and geographer Manlio Dinucci.

The event was organized by Italy’s Comitato No Guerra, No NATO, in collaboration with the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG). The Florence Declaration was drafted by Italy’s Comitato and the CRG.

“The war of aggression waged by NATO in 1999 against Yugoslavia paved the way for the globalization of military interventions, with wars against Afghanistan, Libya, Syria and other countries, in complete violation of international law.

These wars are financed by the member countries, whose military budgets are increasing continually to the detriment of social expenditure, in order to support colossal military programmes like that of the US nuclear programme which costs 1,200 billion dollars.

In violation of the Non-Proliferation Treaty, the USA is deploying nuclear weapons in five non-nuclear NATO States, under the false pretext of the ”Russian menace”. By doing so, they are risking the security of Europe.”

The Florence Declaration: The Creation of a “NATO-Exit” International Front

To meet our climate commitments, Canada must join these countries–not only to reduce CO2 emissions, but the smoke, dust, and aerosol particulates that also cause global warming. With continuous  US-NATO bombing approaching or exceeding the millions of tons of explosives detonated in WWII, carried out also by Canada (  and the massive devastation of weather war, we must recognize and ameliorate these realities if we are to slow the climate crisis, and stop the death and suffering of millions around the world.



Let Peace Be Their Memorial

Justine poppy photoThe white poppy commemorates both the civilian and military victims of war on all sides of conflict. On Remembrance Day several hundred people took part in the annual Peace Poppy event at Seaforth Park in Vancouver (where forty years ago 80,000 people left to walk for Peace across the Burrard Bridge).

The keynote speaker was Fazineh Keita, a former child soldier from Sierra Leone, now working with the Innocence Lost Foundation.

The Solidarity Labour Choir, two powerful songs by Roger and Kathy (Cousins and You Will Know Where I Stand) and a beautiful, tragic poem by E.D. Blodget, a veteran, provided music and images.

poppies fr Justine

Eleven wreaths were laid, commemorating: Children killed, injured or orphaned by war; civilian and military PTSD sufferers; indigenous victims of genocide and cultural destruction; Child soldiers; medical aid workers; women raped and victimized in wartime, refugees, environmental devastation, and more. Survivors of war in community organizations laid nine wreaths: in memory of victims of the ongoing Syrian war; the Holocaust; Hiroshima and Nagasaki; Vietnam; the plight of Palestinians, Iraq, and more.

Local organizers:

An excellent video by Devin Gillan of this beautiful, inspiring event is posted on YouTube:;

Let Peace Be Their Memorial.




‘Road pricing’: key to cutting greenhouse gases? Suzuki Report 

A22 Saturday, November 30, 2019 Vancouver Sun


It’s disappointing to see the David Suzuki Foundation advocating road pricing; to see Vancouver and Metro looking at it. Stockholm is not us: our gap between rich and poor is wider, distances greater. Why not replace the gas tax with carbon tax income for municipal services? Why not divert taxes from escalating military spending?

Road pricing attempts to micro-manage the civilian economy while ignoring the bull in the china shop: militarism and war. Wars also cause climate change. But the UN IPCC limits its reports to CO2 emissions from the civilian economy because the U.S. lobbied at the 1997 Kyoto Accord to keep military emissions out. After 22 years of misdirection we still follow suit.

The missing puzzle pieces to the climate picture—overt and covert war—are being placed, giving us the whole picture, opening new ways to ease our survival crisis.

Is war a civic issue? An environmental issue?

Hildegard Bechler

Sustainable Community development services

Langley, BC


Dr. David Suzuki

Tom Green

Mayor Jonathan Cote

Mayor Kennedy Stewart

Councillor Adrianne Carr

Metro Vancouver Climate Action Committee

Tiffany Crawford


WWII soot, smoke, aerosol particles, caused warming

The findings on the study of nuclear winter and wildfires (also in 2017) are confirmed and extended by Harvard physicist Dr. Bernard Gottschalk and geoscientist J. Marvin Hendon. Analyzing global temperature data from 1880 to 2016, Dr. Gottschalk noticed a ‘heat bump’ at the time of WWII.

Dr. Gottschalk’s “World War II Heat Bump”: Did the War Contribute to Air Pollution and Global Warming?

Dr. Hendon followed up, demonstrating how air pollution particles released in war cause warming by reducing the action of convection in the troposphere. By convection and infrared radiation Earth releases trapped energy to maintain the delicate energy balance.

“By war’s end in 1945, the Allied Forces had dropped over 2.7 million tons of bombs in Europe alone, creating maelstroms of smoke, debris, dust, and soot, with fires that could rage for days.”

The quantities of aerosol particulates produced by weather wars defies imagination; but it would be reflected in the graph by the fast-rising temperatures to date.


These recent findings also suggest that ‘the Science’ is not singular. The question is not C02 or methane or aerosol particulates, or nuclear pollutants; not military or civilian activity.  As usual, being interconnected, it’s All of the Above.

Extreme reversals signal weather war

“B.C. set new lightning strike record amid quiet fire season”  

Vancouver Sun, Sept. 14/19, page A10, Randy Shore

The sudden decline of forest fires this summer, like the sudden escalation in 2017 and 2018 (which saw more land burned in those two years than in the past 25 years combined: 2.57 million hectares) suggests that more than ‘Mother Nature’ or climate change alone are at work.

At the same time, “Environment and Climate Change Canada has recorded 422,000 lightning strikes this year in the province, far above the 18-year average of 266,000. July alone saw 264,344 lightning strikes, said meteorologist Matt MacDonald”.

Last year (2018) BC experienced 1,528 lightning strikes, and the unprecedented number of 2,068 extreme wildfires.

The BC decline in fires is attributed to “timely rainfall”. Mr. MacDonald explains that “much of the province was wetter than normal with 120- to 200-per-cent-higher-than-normal rainfall”. He adds that two wet weather systems are about to hit the coast: “We could get as much as 40 to 50 millimetres of rain in the next two-and-a-half days on the south coast, and that will carry through to the interior”. Ashlee Jollymore of the Rivers Forecast Centre “Intense rainfall is more likely to cause water pulses and washouts in small streams”.

In her landmark book, Planet Earth: The Latest Weapon of War, Dr. Rosalie Bertell explains (p134) how lightning can be generated by Extremely Low Frequency signals from the phased array of antennas of an ionospheric heater, releasing immense electrical energy from the ionosphere in imitation of the natural process.

Using a range of electromagnetic frequencies the heater can also manipulate the jet stream, the electrojet, and the ten rivers of water vapour that circulate at high speeds around Earth to cause flood or drought, intensify and ‘steer’ hurricanes, and destabilize tectonic plates and volcanoes.

IMG_7069 emf lightning photos

clipping photos Justy

This year, lightning came with record rainfall; last year, with record fires. All three extreme weather reversals support evidence of weather war, confirmed by the sighting of infrared emissions (used in weapons guidance) prior to the devastating Stikine fires last year. Apparently military geo-engineers plan a roller coaster ride of fire and flood.

Why? Disaster capitalism, detailed in Naomi Klein’s book, The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism, is an effective means of discouraging Indigenous Nations from opposing resource exploitation of their unceded territories. They are hard hit, with fires impacting traditional food resources; and rebuilding their communities challenges their economies—limited by legislation refusing them the use of their own resources. Their settler neighbours, and many city dwellers, must also spend to rebuild.

This summer—2019—record fires were moved to Alberta, Yukon Territory and Alaska. At the same time, Europe was hit by record heat, which saw a ‘high pressure system’ (like the one that was stalled on the entire West Coast last year) moving toward the Arctic. Satellite images look like Russia is being ‘carpet-bombed’ by fire.

Weather war makes punishing ‘rogue states’, attacking political opponents, or seizing Indigenous resources, easy, and ‘deniable’.

These relentless extremes hit the human spirit. Piling on the stress is a form of hybrid warfare: a variety of means of attacking just whoever they want, is now made easy by electromagnetic weapons technology. The push for 5G takes these EM attacks into our homes and minds.

Owning the weather for military use has been a goal of the global military since WWII when, after the US genocide in Japan, nuclear bombs were considered too hazardous to use. The US military is working toward “full spectrum dominance by 2020”, in pursuit of the published “Blueprint for a New American Century” and their goal of a “New World Order”. But other countries also participate, including Canada.

“Not only the U.S. is involved with this high tech assault on the earth system! At least Russia, China, the U.K. Australia, Canada and Japan are involved. The geo-warriors are, I believe, wishing to go public with even more risky experiments, with public approval, and maybe even become „climate change heroes‟! At the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Copenhagen, 2010, geo-warriors made their most public pitch under the guise of “geoengineering” as a “solution to global climate change”. Those who watch the military prepare for a weather war are alarmed!”

“Our most precious resource is the human spirit.”

Sister Rosalie Bertell