The World – SARS-Cov-2 Disturbing Parralel To H.I.V.

and things keep getting better and better… “Disturbing Parallel To HIV”: COVID-19 Can Cause Depletion Of Important Immune Cells, NY Times Admits Once again, it looks as though what was once being peddled as Covid-19 “conspiracy theory” on our site appears to have turned out to have been accurate news reported months before the mainstream media. Go figure. […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

Anything recyclable in there?  It doesn’t matter because its all going to end up in the landfill. Soooo this is what those guys were removing yesterday. Looking forward to Wednesday…A virtual Canada Day, Never seen that before. Good looking strawberry Another good looking strawberry Seven good looking strawberries.  If they were part of my groceries […]

Canada – Soldiers May Have Been Asymptomatic Coronavirus Carriers While Serving In Long-Term Homes

Soldiers may have been asymptomatic coronavirus carriers while serving in long-term care homes, Vance says A handful of Canadian troops infected with the novel coronavirus may have been carrying the virus symptom-free when they were deployed to long-term care homes — and may even have contracted it in the hotels where they were billeted — the country’s top military […]

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

First summer without the Hoito.  Feels strange already. Why are plague virus cases still headline worthy?  You would think that after 6 months, people would not be surprised to see someone getting infected.  News? Sure. Belongs on the front page? OK.  Headline? Not really. Train was moving PLUS vehicles were driving on Water Street so […]

The World – Assad Does Not Have To Go After All

Hundreds of thousands of deaths, millions of people now refugees, cities destroyed and all for what? Canada also supported the opposition in Syria. Canada took in a group of White Helmets when they were about to be captured by the Syrian Army. I believe the White Helmets were not what the mainstream media tells us […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

Patch completed Could have repaved this as well. For some reason this is considered OK? Another patch that was completed.  Like I said, the gap in between could have easily been included in the work.  But it wasn’t. This area also could have been included. This section of Water Street says everything you need to […]

The World – BioMilq, Bayer Settles Roundup Cancer Lawsuits, RCMP NS Shooter May Have Been RCMP Undercover Asset

Breast milk created in a lab…what could go wrong? show notes here Macleans article below The Nova Scotia shooter case has hallmarks of an undercover operation

Canada – SARS-Cov-2 Vaccine May Not Work In Older People

COVID-19 vaccine may not work in older people, experts say A vaccine against COVID-19 may not be as effective in older people who are most at risk of suffering complications and dying from the disease, according to U.K. researchers. However, some experts say immunizing those around the elderly may help protect them. Speaking at the […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday - One Week To Canada Day

Thunder Bay – Wednesday – One Week To Canada Day

Went outside yesterday evening and shot the sunset The Clematis is blooming Trash in context Time to remove and replace the temporary asphalt patches with more permanent asphalt patches.  The southbound lane of Water Street is closed again.  This time, traffic was redirected at Wilson Street. Something that was not done when the area was […]

The World – Fact Check: Polio Vaccines, Tetanus Vaccines And The Gates Foundation

This video relates to previous post here show notes here