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Wilbur

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  1. I don't write the laws in your country, I only stated what I found.
  2. I don't know what type of that property that was but if the stoop and attached walkway connect to the public walkway, the law considers it "public space". If the unit was a condominium style, the private property starts at the inside painted walls. So again, the porch is considered public property. Interesting findings when you start reading the laws. There are several types of curfew in the US, all of which give the police different rights and remove yours. Civil disobedience curfews are the most strict.
  3. It was the US CDC that brought it to the attention of the Chinese. So, the US did do better.
  4. There several documents that were submitted and published for internal use. They were published by the Public Health Agency of Canada in a Health Portfolio Situation Report. It spells out the time line of what China was stating and what they were saying counters the documented cases of the disease. It wasn't until the US CDC told China, "We see evidence of human to human transfer" that China admitted they had "supplied incorrect data". I call that a lie and I am not alone in doing so. So from that point in early January, right through to early May, Tam was stating there was no need for the public to use PPE. A week later, after this was declared a pandemic, she changed her tune and stated the "Wearing of masks and gloves by the public would restrict the spread of C-19. That tells me she lied for three months to the Canadian public. Remember, she is one of 7 that sit on the WHO board that makes these recommendations. Once Trump found out about the CDC findings, he closed the borders. Good move. That may have saved hundreds of thousands. My kind of xenophobia.
  5. Post 3. and almost every post thereafter. Avoiding confrontation with the law has served me well.
  6. Not obeying a curfew is breaking the law.
  7. You should represent them in court. I am convinced.
  8. It was a good movement, until it was wasn't . It was weaponized and that is wrong. It became a tool of radical feminism.
  9. I liked the good old days where back talking a cop might get you a fat lip or a baton in the gut. This type of policing isn't new.
  10. Cops say "get in the house". I get in the house. That is a simple lesson for all.
  11. So do I but if a curfew states you must remain indoors, the porch doesn't meet the expectation of officers. I don't know where or what the laws are there though. Clearly, enforcement wasn't happy with the porch.
  12. Nope. I said "Curfew enforcement." That is all and that is the way it is being carried out.
  13. Didn't say that, nor imply it.
  14. She was shot in the crotch. She should go "me too" on this.
  15. Whoever that was, police or military, has a different thought on it. Maybe the Mayor doesn't understand what a curfew mandate entails. Wouldn't be the first time a politician was wrong. Very strong enforcement anyways.
  16. I don't think tear gas canisters are considered a "shooting". I may be wrong.
  17. She is allowed an opinion but when it is January and you have a letter from Beijing in front of you that says, "we lied. Is is a person to person airborne virus but you keep telling the public not to wear masks until May, that is negligence. It is her job to keep Canadians safe.
  18. I don't know. Not familiar with the lockdown laws wherever that took place. That was definitely curfew enforcement though. Here is what the dictionary says. cur·few /ˈkərˌfyo͞o/ Learn to pronounce noun a regulation requiring people to remain indoors between specified hours, typically at night. "a dusk-to-dawn curfew"
  19. I suppose it is. That is what happened, right? They yelled to get inside. Black clad people didn't move, gas was fired. Like I say, do as law enforcement says.
  20. Curfew enforcement.
  21. The kids within the surround neighbourhoods. Most of the crimes are "of convenience". Some of them from very wealthy families. The autos are most often found nearby. Yesterday in the discussion, I mentioned Tam and her relationship to the CCP through her role at the WHO. You immediately came back with a comment that I was making those statements because of race. An incorrect assertion. I made it because of her role, to defend the Canadian public was compromised by her role within the WHO at the demands of the CCP. I don't dislike her because she is Asian, I dislike her for putting Canadians and all countries at further risk. From Jan 18 to May 3, she pushed a no PPE suggestion knowing full well, the official WHO recommendation was a lie.
  22. Please stop your racist and classist bashings. It really is annoying. Do you want to know who commits the majority of grand theft and break and enter crimes in Burlington/Oakville? I have the information.
  23. This is why I wonder. I don't know if the man was a threat to the public at large or resisted arrest or attempted physical violence or maybe just lipped off a little. These things escalate so quickly. This is why I posted the other day that people need to do what a cop tells them. Face down on the ground? Do it. If you do as told, there is no way to escalate it to your own death. Be respectful, do as told and live to fight it in front of a judge. Just a couple of weeks ago, this happened in New Brunswick and it is a perfect example of what I am talking about. Sorry, it is on Rebel News but that is the only copy I could find.
  24. This is the best 5 minutes I have ever seen on YouTube.
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