Creating the Spark That Ignites the Rebellion

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  • Fri, Sep 17, 2021 - 10:47am

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    westcoastjan

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    Creating the Spark That Ignites the Rebellion

Blogger Julius Ruechel provides yet another brilliant piece that shows just how much power an individual can have in fighting back tyranny. Moral courage on display for all to witness – and to emulate. [bold parts my emphasis]

https://www.juliusruechel.com/2021/09/under-shadow-of-damocles-sword-forcing.html

This post is an update on Constable Adrienne Gilvesy’s fight against the Toronto Police Services’ mandatory vaccination requirement. As a follow-up to the letter she sent on August 28th, which I recently published on my website (An Example of Courageous Pushback For Those Facing Vaccine Mandates in the Workplace), she has now filed an official misconduct complaint with the Toronto Police Service Professional Standards Unit against her Chief of Police, Chief James Ramer, for various provincial and criminal code offences.

If found guilty, Chief Ramer could face time in prison. And, theoretically, so could any other superior with whom she lodges her complaints if they knowingly allow a criminal injustice to continue. “Just doing my job” is not a legal defense. “Just turning a blind eye” also doesn’t stand up in court when it’s their job to investigate a problem. Once the complaint is filed, those with the responsibility to investigate that complaint are drawn into this fight. She is forcing everyone off the sidelines by making them decide which side of the legal line they want to stand on. This is as real as it gets.

I have reproduced her complaint (with permission) for you below. But first I’d like to take a moment to explain the enormous implications of what she is doing. If enough people follow in her footsteps, NOW, to build momentum behind what she is doing, she is creating a spark that has the potential to trigger a massive institutional crisis that pits the lower levels of our institutions against the upper crust. ….

The rest is well worth the time to read. We have far more power than we think. We just have to find the courage to use it!

  • Fri, Sep 17, 2021 - 10:56am

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    Mike from Jersey

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    Creating the Spark That Ignites the Rebellion

I think that non-violent pushback is important.

I am beginning to think that some (maybe many) of the PTB are actually trying to provoke violence. Once violence is provoked they can argue that “well, now we have to take tough actions against the anti-vaxxers.” I am beginning to think that there is an ongoing deliberate attempt to provoke violence.

We must resist resorting to violence but push back hard enough to make them understand that their actions will have consequences.

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    Jury Petition into CDC’s Willful Misconduct to Hyperinflate COVID-19 Data

Breaking: OR Senators Filed Grand Jury Petition into CDC’s Willful Misconduct to Hyperinflate COVID-19 Data

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With great respect for your fervour and engagement, I do feel that using loose words like “rebellion” “spark” and “ignite” can only cause harm to what you want to achieve. An identifiable opponent who can be demonized as a threat is precisely what TPTB really, really want. I’ve previously read (and posted about) Julius’s article you cite and I think it’s great. I’ve also seen and much admired the video of the first responders standing in black in silent rows at Queen’s Park in Toronto. I would suggest that visible, silent protest is a better model of resistance to use.

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Who said anything about violence? There are many ways to rebel without resorting to that, as the brave police officer in this story is demonstrating.

I am for peaceful non-violent rebellion. It can be done as Julius so eloquently states. All it takes is the crossing of one’s arms and saying NO!

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    Creating the Spark That Ignites the Rebellion

I am not saying that you advocate violence, I am just saying that words like “rebellion” can be cited by TPTB as evidence of “domestic terrorism”, and that we must therefore be careful what words we use.

I am all for peaceful, non-violent resistance, and my arms are so firmly crossed against the vaccine that I resemble a frozen pretzel.

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    Creating the Spark That Ignites the Rebellion

Fantastic post, thank you @westcoastjan! I’ve been grasping for tangible ways that we can fight back. This is a great one. Launching lawsuits takes some real effort and resources, but just about anyone can file an official complaint.

The other way I like is pulling money out of the big banks – if enough people did that we would take away a lot of the power of the institutions that are pretty obviously driving the agenda. Great explanation here: https://rumble.com/vl3dnd-catherine-austin-fitts-unravels-the-real-covid-agenda.html

What are the other big levers we can pull?

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    Creating the Spark That Ignites the Rebellion

I love this.  Way to go.  I need to find a similar defense in the USA.  Anyone have any leads?

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    Reiner Fuellmich: 500,000 deaths from the ‘vaccination’

Reiner Fuellmich said, in his ‘summary of findings’ video on 9/16/21, at the 30:00 mark, 500,000 people have died after receiving a covid ‘vaccination’.

Does anyone know the status of the legal challenges he has filed so far?  The body count keeps rising. Young children will be the next target of this genocide. Its time for action.

Corona Investigative Committee
https:// corona-ausschuss.de/en/

 

 

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    Creating the Spark That Ignites the Rebellion

I will make a prediction now.  Last year when we had this massive pandemic that we had to shutdown economy for,  we had no more excess deaths that normal ( per CDC ) about .8% of the population dies each year in the US.

According to official stats about 600k americans died last year from the virus – this is a .2%.   Meaning if this were real covid deaths – people who would nt have otherwise died,  we would see deviation from the .8%  to something like 1%.    We did not see this.  So we know that the PCR tests are bad,  we know that the CDC admitted someone in hospice dying of kidney failure was included if they were positive according to the “even a rock or kiwi is positive” PCR test.  Further the average age of death was 77 with 2 comorbidities.  ( that is 2 years short of life expectancy)  —- This was no pandemic.. this was a nothing burger.

By the bases that COVID killed not many that woulnt have died from a common cold or flu anyway due to their age and infirmity,  we will see a massive excess death for 2021.  I am sure this will show more than 1% of the population.    if it does , it is a clear indication that we have people dying that would not normally be expected to die.   ( we did not see this is 2020. )    These are your vaccine deaths..  Remember nothing changed , we had pandemic both years, registering deaths due to covid both years.  Why would their be a difference?  did we register 1.2 million covid deaths in 2021?  not likely to happen at this stage.

So, my prediction is we will see an uptick for the 2021 year in excess deaths that we did not see in 2020 , and it will be exactly the the number of vaccine deaths – and will likely be in the half million area.  AND for each of these you have 10 -20 that will have some life long condition, that makes them unable to fully function.   Again we are talking only 1-2% of people who took the vax.   But in the end, the cure is much worse than the disease, and think of the people who got rich and the people who lost in this whole plandemic.

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