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Trudeau Demands Protesters Stop Shutting Down City So That He Can Shut Down City “Let me be clear,” said the frail little socialist girl claiming to be Trudeau. “Shutting down roads, limiting people’s movement, restricting people’s freedom, and shutting down the city is unacceptable. It’s the government’s job to do that. We must break the back of this fascist blockade so that I may freely shut down roads, limit people’s movement, restrict people’s freedom, and shut down the city.” Trudeau then dropped his mic and tried to exit the building, but got stuck trying to push on a door that said, “Pull.”

“These people have sold their souls. How else can you describe human beings whose main ethos is to lie? The main driver of what they do is to lie to people. Daily.”

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  • gwbnyc February 9, 2022, 6:01 PM

    show. no. mercy. to this spawn of a whore of babylon and a godless monster.

    • Tom Hyland February 9, 2022, 6:19 PM

      I second the motion, gwbnyc. I heard on another broadcast that half of the Ottawa police force has resigned. Is this true? Anyone heard this?

    • Kevin in PA February 9, 2022, 6:36 PM

      I’d like to see someone light his beautiful hair on fire!
      My Canadian friends say they are tired of his pretty face and needs to go.

      • Kevin in PA February 9, 2022, 6:38 PM

        I am pleased that the comment above made it to the designated location.
        FYI, Gerard, this is the first comment out of three in the past couple of days that I have posted and has actually appeared.

      • gwbnyc February 9, 2022, 6:43 PM

        Are we sure it’s his?

  • KCK February 9, 2022, 9:06 PM

    On the last long trip I took through Canada, I met some insufferably liberal and milquetoast individuals. So, while liberal Canucks can be hard to tolerate, it turns out there is a majority of common-sense human beings who yearn to be free (from Trudeau and the Covid lie).

    I said before that when you take to the trenches, the allies you have will be very some strange and surprising people. To your right shoulder will be Hell’s Angels and Canadian truckers, and to your left will be orcs and flying gryphons.

    It hurts my pride, a little, that Canadians are leading the charge. But, it sort of figures because Americans are, at least right now, pathetic. If this is the half-time locker room speech, we in America need to have our noses rubbed in it. We suck. You lose every opportunity you don’t grab for. You miss a hundred percent of the shots you don’t take. Fukn grow a pair, Americans.

    And, buy some Molson and Kokanee, if you can find it.

    • Mike Austin February 10, 2022, 6:34 AM

      True that the Canadians seem to be “leading the charge”, but then so did the Light Brigade. The truckers’ tactics have so far proved merely an annoyance to the power structure of Canada—you know, the ones with the guns. Let us assume that the truckers get everything they want. Then what? Two things: 1. They will go home; and 2. The government will rescind every promise made. And then what? The truckers are dealing with a ruthless regime that–so far—has been able to hide behind the maple leaf flag and the image of Canadians as “the nicest folks of earth”. Since when did “nice folks” have any effect upon an entrenched ruling class?

      • KCK February 10, 2022, 7:49 AM

        Would that be the Light Brigade that strove to defeat the Russians in Crimea? (coughs)

        Never sharpshoot a military historologue. Nyuk.

        • Mike Austin February 10, 2022, 8:01 AM

          It would be. I could have used Custer, but I wanted to show off.

          I want you to be right about the truckers. I want to be wrong about their situation.

          • gwbnyc February 10, 2022, 10:01 AM

            Son of the Morning Star.

            Yellow Hair.


            • Mike Austin February 10, 2022, 10:49 AM

              Because of Little Big Horn, Custer’s actions in the Civil War have been forgotten. He was a bold and courageous cavalry commander, defeating both J. E. B. Stuart and Jubal Early. After the war he learned to fight Indians, and defeated the Cheyenne at the Battle of the Washita. His men adored him, but Grant hated his guts.

              Custer was a prima donna who designed his own uniforms and controlled much of his public image. His arrogance got him killed by the Sioux, Crow and their allies.

              Before setting out for what would be his last battle, Custer was offered two Gatling guns. He said that he would not need them. Oops.

      • Kevin in PA February 10, 2022, 8:45 AM

        Ezra Levant of RebelNews.com has an idea of how this will end;

        • Mike Austin February 10, 2022, 10:17 AM

          Levant writes only about the optics. I have never heard of a government being overthrown by optics. He also shows an odd and unseemly respect for Psaki, a female whose only known talent is lying for money—like a prostitute who fakes her orgasms. He also believes that Joe Biden will act rationally and reasonably. Is there evidence for such behavior from that demented pedophile that I have missed? Levant mentions voters and polls, yet these matter less in Canada than they do in the US. Tyrannical regimes do not rely upon voters and polls, they rely upon power. He brings up “the rage of the establishment”. You mean those folks with all the guns? Even if Fidel’s son is somehow forced from power, there will be some clone to take his place.

          He showed that video where those two muscle-bound—and well-armed—government thugs brutalize that little old man. Certainly the proper response is outrage. But notice something else: Those two guys knew they were being filmed and did not give a shit. In fact, one sees them strutting and parading around, obviously proud of their behavior. They took their time to arrest the old guy because they were sending a message. Their actions cried out to those peaceful onlookers—yes, all they did was look—“Yeah, we’re f****** up this old dude. What the f*** are you going to do about it?” Nothing, as it turned out.

          That being said, I want Levant to be correct. There are as yet many layers of this truckers’ strike to play out.

    • James ONeil February 10, 2022, 9:35 AM

      The American trucker convoy plans to leave Cal. for D.C. 4 March. Hopefully they stay the course and don’t run out of diesel before that.

      • Pelayo February 10, 2022, 3:49 PM

        Why? Why telegraph their moves? Plus, I have a difficult time trusting union owned goons.

        Sorry, I have little respect for union members in the USA.

    • Casey Klahn February 10, 2022, 12:47 PM

      My sense of the daily news is that the mask and vax proof and mandates are beginning to go away. It should cascade and the house of cards should tumble. Except for their death-lock on govt., the dems also ought to take it in the shorts in the midterms. Also, any GOPe who wasn’t a leader in ending the BS.

      Mike, what exactly were Custer’s mistakes at the Little Big Horn? I saw his final defensive position when I went there. It looked like the only good solution. I don’t feel he was outmaneuvered so much as outnumbered. It was bound to happen, I think, eventually that the Indians would be able to mass and have a great victory. I think Custer was a good tactician and cav officer, but he finally ran out of hte element of: luck.

      • Mike Austin February 10, 2022, 1:29 PM

        Custer’s character flaws helped lead him to his death. He believed his own press—much of which he and his wife Libbie had fashioned. Libbie was a “Custer Groupie” but not the first. He thought because of his victory at the Washita that natives would be easy to defeat—a classic and fatal case of underestimating the enemy. He was also notorious for insubordination and abandoning his posts. He thought he was facing 800 hostiles. In fact he faced 3000—a clear failure of intelligence. He divided his command into 3 parts right before the battle—not a problem if one is a Napoleon or Caesar, but a terrible error if one is a Custer. And remember those Gatling guns he neglected at Fort Abraham Lincoln.

        And luck: always a necessity for successful commanders. The Roman legions would chant “bring us a lucky general rather than a good general”. Both Caesar and Sulla were famous for their uncanny luck.

        Little Big Horn was a major victory for the natives, but more for public relations and shock value than in any strategic sense. In fact, less than one year later the Great Sioux War ended in a decisive victory for US forces (1877). Many of those natives who were at Little Big Horn were killed. “Custer’s Last Stand” was actually the last stand of the Plains Indians.

        • Mike Austin February 10, 2022, 2:00 PM

          Custer’s arrogance:


          What it led to:


          Impossible to say if these are perfectly accurate when all the US witnesses were killed. Not even the Indians would later agree on what exactly happened.

          • KCK February 10, 2022, 2:35 PM

            I don’t need the Indians to tell me what happened. I walked the terrain.

            The park service has white markers where each combatant fell. LBH is a knob with good prominence; Custer adopted it for his last stand and it was a good (standard or basic) move. The Indians filtered up through the dead ground, or small draws, on their bellies, and were killed at carbine range (under 60 yards). However, their numbers were overwhelming.

            I’m not convinced that splitting the command was a poor move, because the other 2 battalions did find the Indians and engage them. One survived an all night assault. Certainly Custer’s 7th Cavalry Regiment would’ve been stronger, and possibly unassailable, had they stayed together. As it was, they separated and did obtain intel, but they did not re-appear to save or inform Custer. The Majors in charge of those detached regiments failed to protect Custer’s forces, and yet, of course, Custer rightly deserves the fault for the defeat. If Custer was an asshole (I’m not saying he was or he wasn’t) I still don’t see the causative part of that defeating him. The army mistook the size of the Indian forces, and that mistake was understandable, but fatal. Unacceptable, but the Indians did their job of secrecy and security. They also massed against one element – the command element (“Yellow Hair”).

            Custer’s famous hubris did not defeat him previously (the Civil War was no easy venture), and I’d like to see how it was his downfall this time. I don’t see the link.

            Hubris: probably. Balls of steel: undoubtably.

            There have been other last stands that turned out better for the defenders. Custer definitely ran out of aces that day in Montana.


            • KCK February 10, 2022, 2:49 PM

              My dad was next to a famous “last stand,” in a desperate battle on a part of Riva Ridge, known as Ridge X. He wasn’t inside that particular perimeter, but close enough to smell the cordite. Lt. James Loose, of the 10th Mountain Division, and his command, successfully repelled Germans, for a day and a night. Loose’s platoon was surrounded, outnumbered, and back to the cliffs, but he deployed his men along the likely avenues of attack and guessed the probable moves of the Krauts each time, time after time, and survived until relieved. I spoke to a woman, a military wife, who hosted Loose and the officers of his company. She said they were huddled and reliving the war together over beer and a meal. You could cut the air with a knife.

              That was a Custer’s Last Stand that did not go bad, due to intelligent and brave leadership. The same kind of event happened under Rick Rescorla, in the Ia Drang, whose platoon was surrounded but not overran, and remarkably the whole battalion ( We Were Soldiers Once, and Brave) faced the same tactical problem. Even more remarkable was the fact that it was the 7th Cav!

              I ask you once again, how unlucky was George Armstrong Custer? He was more than unlucky, he was damned (small “d” damned, I hope).

            • Mike Austin February 10, 2022, 3:44 PM

              “I don’t need the Indians to tell me what happened. I walked the terrain.” It’s not a question of your need, but one of historical accuracy. I walked that very terrain as well. So did the Indians who fought there. I would imagine that they had a better appreciation of the battle than you or I do. After all, they were there. They told their stories. Though they at times contradict each other—as do all historical sources—they still prove useful to historians as “oral history”. But understand that even though we know fairly well who fell where, this research is not History, but Archeology—a distinct discipline from History with its own rules and speculations. It can provide guesses but not conclusions. Historians rely upon writing—especially primary sources—and there are none from the Little Big Horn. Imagine if all we knew of ancient Rome were derived from Archeology—no Livy or Tacitus or Polybius or Cassius Dio or Plutarch and so on. What would we really know about Rome?

              “The Indians filtered up through the dead ground, or small draws, on their bellies, and were killed at carbine range (under 60 yards).” We do not know that at all. It might be probable—maybe even likely—but it is not History. It is guesswork. And carbines? Most of the native guns were muzzleloaders; most of their weapons were bows, arrows, clubs and spears. Repeating rifles represented only 10 percent of native weaponry.

              “However, their numbers were overwhelming.” The military victories of the small numbers over the very large are quite numerous. “Overwhelming numbers” are actually exceedingly rare.

              “I’m not convinced that splitting the command was a poor move…” Custer might have agreed with you—had he not done that very thing. He had around 250 men. Might he have survived with 800 instead?

              “If Custer was an asshole…” If?

              “Custer’s famous hubris did not defeat him previously…” Hubris is a Greek term. They well understood it. Hubris comes on slowly, like a cancer. What Custer was like in 1865 was not what he was like in 1876.

              “There have been other last stands that turned out better for the defenders.” How does a “last stand” turn out better for the defenders?

              “I ask you once again, how unlucky was George Armstrong Custer?” And I tell you once again: pretty unlucky, as he died in battle along with all his men did he not? If 3 guys go hunting and one ends up in the stomach of a Grizzly, I would say that the dead guy was unlucky. If the 3 had stayed together all would have survived. Same with Custer.

              • Casey Klahn February 11, 2022, 5:00 AM

                I wish I knew more about the Indian Wars, and I admire your knowledge on them. I also wish for more knowledge on the Civil War.

                History, though, is a very important study for me. You’re absolutely right to delineate between history and archeology (also, the study of the Indians is anthropology), and yet most people go through life thinking that our knowledge of the ancient and the classic era is “history,” in the sense of someone writing a contemporary record of their times. Very little of that exists going backwards in time – it is archeology, also bibliology, also the study of religions, and anthropology, that tell the story of history.

                I was describing the shots and ranges of the kills that the soldiers got using their lever action carbines, BTW. It’s a damn close range and it makes the combat that much more gruesome to know this. However, the fate of a slain soldier is hella-gruesome, as we all know.

                • Mike Austin February 11, 2022, 6:49 AM

                  You are right about Anthropology—I should have mentioned it. Also those guys who meticulously went over every soldier’s grave and every pile of bones treated the battlefield like a crime scene.

                  “The excavation of this site was important because it led to many soldiers bodies being put to rest and for expert historians to get an idea of what it was like on the battlefield.”

                  While at Little Big Horn you saw the battlefield as would a military men. I saw it as would a bookish teacher—which is what I was. Now I’m just bookish.

                  I have read hundreds of books on wars throughout the ages. The first war historians can really understand is the Battle of Marathon (490 BC). Everything before that is speculation. I can always tell when history is written by a man who is also a combat veteran. He has a “feel” for what actually happened on the field of battle.

                  Odd story: The Battle of Arbela (331 BC) between Alexander and Darius III was never really understood. The accounts differ and were never clear enough to get an idea of how Alexander won. While making his film “Alexander” Oliver Stone actually recreated that battle using thousands of actors and hundreds of horsemen. One of the cavalry guys was Robin Lane Fox, a noted historian of Alexander. During the filming of the cavalry scenes Fox was able to figure out how Alexander had done it using his cavalry and peltasts. We now know about Arbela because Oliver Stone made a movie.

                  When Libbie Custer watched her husband and his soldiers ride away into Eternity, they seemed because of early morning fog and clouds to be almost ascending to the sky and disappearing. She wrote later that she knew then that she would never see her husband again.

  • Lynnehashadit February 9, 2022, 9:59 PM

    That Paula Newton that works in Ottawa for CNN is a lying leftist media whore. One – and only one – confederate flag was seen at the protest, it being held by an interloper, not a trucker. The swastika? Not the trucker’s either – no pictures of that, as far as I have been able to determine. Stealing food from the homeless? Nope, not the truckers. Everything this woman spews out of her mouth is a filthy lie. Sorry for the rant, but I am Canadian and can assure you that everything you hear from Canadian mainstream media is a lie. These truckers are standing up for freedom, and I am squarely in their corner. Yeah, and don’t get me started on Trudolt!

    • ghostsniper February 10, 2022, 4:45 AM

      You already got started Lynne, now let us know how you really feel.

    • John Venlet February 10, 2022, 5:46 AM

      Sorry for the rant, but I am Canadian and can assure you that everything you hear from Canadian mainstream media is a lie.

      And I can assure you, Lynne, that everything you hear from American mainstream media is also a lie. Good on those Canadians standing for liberty!

      • Jack February 10, 2022, 6:40 AM

        When I was growing up the local TV and national news programs were staffed primarily by men who simply read the scripts they were handed and didn’t sauce it up with their own opinions. No one would have dared done that. But that all changed when more modern media began to permit their flunkies to decide what would be reported and how it would be framed for production. Eventually a-holes like Cronkite and Dan Rather set the ground work for mega a-holes like Olberman, Lauer, Lemon, Colbert and a host of others whose lies were the only thing they have ever done successfully. The media are the worst of our internal problems.

        Able bodied and fed up Americans and Canadians should make the media their first target. From the small, hometown TV stations to the large mega media conglomerates, every sob that writes the corporate policy and the news and every sob that spews the news should be among the first casualties.

        • gwbnyc February 10, 2022, 7:10 AM

          I think you could roll it back to Edward R. Murrow.
          Referring to television he stated, “This thing can teach.”

          …and lie and manipulate, mollify and subdue.

        • Kevin in PA February 10, 2022, 9:08 AM

          “Able bodied and fed up Americans and Canadians should make the media their first target. From the small, hometown TV stations to the large mega media conglomerates, every sob that writes the corporate policy and the news and every sob that spews the news should be among the first casualties.”

          I suspect that will happen and deservedly so.

          • Jack February 10, 2022, 9:23 AM

            I hope so but the Media, from the reporters and editors to the corporate thugs in the highest places should feel the wrath of the public first. ‘Journalists’, my butt. They are the ones who have obeyed their sick directors and framed every lie, time after time, without asking themselves the slightest question of conscience or morality.

            The fate of the politicians and other bureaucrats should be even worse but there will be no media to speak of it.

    • Lew February 10, 2022, 7:16 AM

      Lynne, I saw a photo of the newly-unfolded swastika flag. there are photos of the perp rolling around the interwebz, asking people to help identify the man.

      and like John V says, below, everything the US media says is a lie, too.

  • mary February 10, 2022, 6:24 AM

    “…unacceptable views that they’re expressing…” Oh, my goodness! Truly evil.

    • gwbnyc February 10, 2022, 7:04 AM

      The past was erased,
      The erasure was forgotten,
      The lie became the truth.

      • Mike Austin February 10, 2022, 7:13 AM

        Not yet. The Game has scarcely begun. There are as yet “miles to go before we sleep”.

        • Kevin in PA February 10, 2022, 8:38 AM

          Absolutely correct, Mike.
          Things are just now warming up for the big event (whatever the globalists have planned next — another pandemic? Nuclear war with Russia? Mass starvation? All of the above?).

          Keep stacking precious metals if you can afford to. Keep stocking food stores. Keep building skills. Keep your powder dry. The real shit has not yet been revealed.

  • Mike Austin February 10, 2022, 7:06 AM

    I know that it feels good to refer to Trudeau as a “girly-boy” and merely a pretty face that begs to be slapped. But make no mistake about such creatures: Behind their smiles and well-coiffed heads lies a merciless tyrant. Trudeau—or perhaps it is more accurate to say, those behind him—is one such. Whoever is pulling his strings is not going to surrender power because of truckers’ videos and loud horns.

    A villain with a smiley face is still a villain.

    • Richard February 10, 2022, 7:44 AM

      Behind their smiles and well-coiffed heads lies a merciless tyrant. ++++

      All of this is reminiscent of Stalin’s obsession with “breaking the backs of the peasantry.” These petty tyrants are devoid of honor. There is nothing ennobling about them. Those who would revoke God-given freedoms work entirely in concert with Darkness.
      Briefly returning to Stalin: I am currently reading Montefiore’s biography of him. https://tinyurl.com/2p9dwn7d
      I was surprised to learn that Stalin could, at times, be quite charming and tender. He, apparently, was also intellectually bright. I had always thought him to be a crude, oafish, stupid thug. The campaigns of terror he loosed on his own people differ only in magnitude, from what we’ve witnessed various national governments employ against those they are ostensibly there to serve.

      • Mike Austin February 10, 2022, 8:05 AM

        I read that book in March of 2020. I believe it is time to read it again. Stalin is one of History’s great monsters, though he has lots of competition.

    • Kevin in PA February 10, 2022, 8:34 AM

      World Economic Forum leader Klaus Schwab has admitted that more than half of Trudeau’s cabinet have gone through his Young Global Leaders program.
      Justin with his beautiful hair and pretty face is owned and controlled by the globalists and the globalists wish to implement the China model (authoritarian rule) all over the world. Fear not. comrades! It is for the children. To save the planet. To finally bring about equity for all…..and on and on and on.

  • Tom Hyland February 10, 2022, 7:29 AM

    Dr. Hodkinson, originally, from the UK, is planted in Canada and has been a powerful voice of wisdom. His message always hits like a sledgehammer. This is a 2 minute video. https://rumble.com/vt2yq5-when-the-normies-figure-out-the-covid-lies-there-will-be-blood-in-the-gutte.html

  • Tom Hyland February 10, 2022, 7:32 AM
    • Richard February 10, 2022, 8:08 AM

      Now, more than ever, I intend to steer clear of anyone wearing a white lab coat; the new priestly vestments.

      • Mike Austin February 10, 2022, 8:28 AM

        These days the lab coat provides cover for the jack-boot.

    • Amy February 10, 2022, 10:47 AM

      Indeed. There is that. And also this: nothing foreign should ever go that far up your sinus and that close to your brain. There is a reason it is difficult to get to without severe discomfort: the author made it so so the perverts wouldn’t try to “tickle” it for their perversions…

      Oops didn’t mean to go in that direction, but I listened to a video the other day (of course, I will not be able to find it now) that described how the swabbing of the sinus triggers “aging”, and repeated swabbing increases the effects. Fuh….. my poor husband because of his “unvaxxed” status has had to swab every monday since september, he’s 60. I have seen changes, but …. fuh, what can be done now?

    • ghostsniper February 10, 2022, 1:40 PM

      I was supposed to get a blood test at the VA last week. NFW. I don’t trust anybody. It only takes a second to let your defenses down and you pay with your life. Fuck anybody even remotely associated with this criminal assed gov’t. I wish all of them dedder than ded.

  • Kevin in PA February 10, 2022, 8:28 AM

    A couple of days ago, I tried to post a comment (and it did not go through) in which I stated that I would not be surprised if the fuel that had been confiscated by Ottawa police and subsequently ordered to be returned by court order, was contaminated or adulterated in some way.
    Well, take a look at this;

  • Rev.Bro. Generik Broderick February 10, 2022, 8:51 AM

    QWhere’s Justin? Is he wearing a beard,cough, cough, and stepping in front of the semi?

  • Tom Hyland February 10, 2022, 9:20 AM

    This sort of thing doesn’t happen often enough. Will the Canadians quit being so nice and take matters into their own hands? This is Christmas Day 1989 in Romania. https://www.bitchute.com/video/VuGItftTpXlI/

    • Jack February 10, 2022, 9:40 AM

      Scripture insists we not receive happiness from the death of others but I do not think that the Lord meant that to apply to monsters like Nicolae and Elena Ceausescu, Stalin, Hitler or others who have any ambition to enslave or control others. And that includes the current menagerie of bureaucrats and thugs employed by any office within any government anywhere, viz, the body gropers at the TSA, the USPS, FBI, IRS or any other office that schemes against the citizenry.

      They are elected or appointed to serve and they are paid well for it and anything they do beyond service should be suspect.

      • Tom Hyland February 10, 2022, 10:18 AM

        As the Prophet Donald Rumsfeld said, “Stuff happens.” Nobody is really for sure that Washington equated government with force… describing it like fire… a dangerous servant and a fearful master. But whoever came up with that was totally correct. Since times of the caveman the head goon has always observed that people are mostly trusting, obedient, gullible, easily frightened, and clueless. That’s why the top caveman slot is always filled with goons who reap power and riches and actually enjoy abusing the people who voted to place them in position. It’s never going to change. The scriptures are “nice”… a book of morals… but there’s plenty of mayhem in there because stuff happens.

  • anonymous February 10, 2022, 12:42 PM

    For me the most terrifying piece of new information is the relationship between DAVOS and a training program called Young Global Leaders. OMG! are you kidding me? These DAVOS animals have been training young people to go out obtain/maintain any power they want under the guise of a “better world”? I am stunned because I have known the thought leaders for this group for many years. I have even known two young people who participated in Davos (wealthy children of the highest level of leadership in one of the most corrupt countries in the world). It was a whisper at a conference they held in 2020–it’s time to stop asking is what they said with a sneer, with the subtle undertones of threatened force.

    • anonymous February 10, 2022, 1:40 PM

      Correction:” It was a whisper at a conference they held” should read in the year 2000!

  • KCK February 10, 2022, 2:04 PM

    Breaking news! Joe Biden is a long-haul Canadian trucker, himself!

    You may recall how he claimed to be a trucker, but I bet you didn’t know he was a mutha-fugkin’ Canuck trucker!!

    Ezra Levant (Rebel News/ CA) is writing his prediction that Trudeau won’t raise the mandates, but he expects that Biden might be pressured into doing in the border mandates. He’s going to end the Covids, and claim that the whole endgame was his idea. In fact, the whole sorry mess, complete with lies about the numbers, the masks, the vax – everything – was Trump’s fault! You gotta re-elect a guy like Biden!

    (In Rod Serling voice) “This is not a prediction of what will happen, but one possible future that may.” The way I see it, the dems have no hope (short of wholesale theft right in full view) of passing into the next political era.

  • Tom Hyland February 10, 2022, 6:05 PM

    A brief video… the moment Israeli school kids were allowed to take off the masks….


    • Vanderleun February 10, 2022, 6:59 PM


      • Tom Hyland February 10, 2022, 7:29 PM

        Very suspiciously I ask… WTF? Then, is this comment number 50,001? If anything, thanks for illustrating that last comment with joyful children.

  • CDogg February 10, 2022, 8:43 PM

    Succinct, sarcastic and hilarious!!

  • Tom Hyland February 13, 2022, 9:32 PM