Thursday, October 01, 2020

RONA News, Analysis, "Casedemics" and an Interview with Pastor Henry Hildebrandt: The October 1st, 2020 Age of Ingenuity

The worldwide protests against arbitrary lock downs are growing. They include a substantial two thousand person protest over the weekend in Toronto which was mostly ignored by the local media.

We’re going to take a look at that and talk about whether or not we’re truly entering into a “second wave” of our current pandemic.

We'll also be interviewing someone who’s had success in rolling back arbitrary edicts, Brother Henry Hildebrandt, the pastor of the Church of God in Aylmer Ontario who managed to reopened his church during the depths of the pandemic, despite the odds and substantial police push back.

Now, he wants to do the same for the rest of the country.

Sources cited during this episode include the following:
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