I've been to a regular small Amish store today and no dog muzzles on anyone there.I keep hearing these stories from people who live in more sane regions and I'm very jealous. I need to convince my family and my wife's family to pack up and leave our blue area. During my second trip to the Amish market, of the roughly 100+ people there, only myself, my wife, and I think one other person were not wearing masks. The Amish all hate it but they begrudgingly comply with the ordinances.
An old friend sent me an email today. She is a hippyish woman that I've known for many years (so as you can imagine, she's very left leaning). Long story short, she received both Pfizer shots and has been in pain for 4 days, unable to sleep. And yet, she finished off the message with "Please get your vaccines ASAP."
Imagine saying, "I am horribly sick from some medicine, yet I want you to take the same medicine immediately."
When they put Mask Required on the door, it's usually just to appease the government and remove the liability/potential to be fined or shut down. It shows they are doing enough to comply with the local/state order. Enforcement of mask orders officially isn't the responsibility of stores (and they realistically wouldn't have such capacity) - they posted a sign, if people ignore that sign it's not their problem.It's not all bad news recently. I traveled to a couple of small southern towns over the last couple of days in a "No Mask Mandate" state. (Municipalities were the ones here who felt their tiny little benises swell at thought of imposing draconian controls on people.)
The mask to no mask ratio has inverted in many of these areas. I'd say 80% no mask, 20% masked. Even in restaurants the employees were unmasked. most shops didn't even have the stupid virtue signaling "Masks ON!" sign on the door. The people in these towns seem to be done with this nonsense.
The best advice I ever got on traveling was this - "Get out of the city of wherever you are and get out to the small towns and countryside."
Just about everything good starts with small town sensibilities.
I never figured that a country with so much Celtic blood in it, would allow themselves to be cucked in such a way. Where is the IRA?Irish Gardaí have enforced a strict 5km rule in Ireland for the last 6 months and even shut down masses and harassed people praying outside their local churches. They then broke their own draconian 5k rule and travelled the length of the country to film a very important and inspiring video /s -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yj23_Z6UECk&ab_channel=InIreland
Pull down signs wherever you see them, too. Playgrounds were closed where I am before, they had corrugated signs attached with zip ties, I always have a few little tools in my bag anyways, so I'd cut the ties and throw the sign away. Outside some apartment buildings as I'm walking there are paper notices put on the door about gatherings being illegal, I just rip them down as I walk.
Pastor Artur Pawlowski is Polish.
The amazing story of hope and perseverance in the face of trials, opposition, and arrests captured the attention of renowned overseas movie director Tomasz Wiszniewski. Director Wiszniewski and his crew spent almost two weeks in Calgary filming the daily activities of Street Church and their volunteers.
They spent countless hours interviewing people from different fields about Street Church and its ministry. Everyone ranging from politicians, lawyers, reporters, members of the police department and the mayor's office to the homeless served by the church and members of the public who passed by Street Church services were asked about why there is so much controversy, opposition, and resistance towards a peaceful ministry that feeds thousands of the less fortunate on the streets of Calgary. Particularly, they focused on why there is a tremendous and open hostility against Street Church from the municipal government.
During the two weeks, the filmmakers witnessed and recorded firsthand what motivates and empower the volunteers to stand for truth and in defense of human rights. They witnessed many lives being impacted during their time in Calgary through prayer, salvations, and the meeting of basic needs such as food.
In the documentary, Street Church volunteers are seen enduring and overcoming many obstacles in their mission. The documentary shows these volunteers being harassed, intimidated, handcuffed, arrested and taken before the courts by local authorities for simply standing up for their constitutional rights. It records their service to the poor despite rain, snow and freezing weather. As well, it shows the bravery of volunteers in the midst of attacks by local gangs. The film captures how they have managed to keep their faith throughout and continue with the mission they were called to do.
The film also features never before released archive footage of the miraculous recovery of a boy named Nathaniel whom doctors labeled a "Star Baby" because they declared that he would not survive. Born with smashed lungs, a heart located on the opposite side, stomach and bowels in his upper chest, Nathaniel had all odds against him.
Also presented is a story of a successful businessman who left all of his wealth to dedicate his life to serve and defend the rights of the poor.
This production was filmed at various locations such as Lake Louise, Drumheller, Calgary, Hobbema and Warsaw, Poland. The film was shot by cameraman Alex Pavlovic and it is produced by Henryk Dedo.
The finished documentary will be shown in Europe and North America and will be featured at over fifty film festivals.
Based on a radio documentary by
Henryk Dedo and Waldemar Kasperczak
Photography Alex Pavlovic
Fundacja “Glos Ewangelii”
I never figured that a country with so much Celtic blood in it, would allow themselves to be cucked in such a way. Where is the IRA?
Its essentially non existent these days