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Why They Hate Us: Unravelling the Pandemic Paradox

In the era of COVID-19, our lives were profoundly affected in ways we could never have anticipated. For many of us, the pandemic represented a wake-up call to the world we thought we knew—a world where rights, freedoms, and ethical principles were supposedly paramount.

The shocking and brutal truth that we faced, however, was far from this idealistic vision.

Governments, on various levels, displayed a disregard for human rights, moral codes, and even their own laws in their response to the pandemic. It was a dark and unsettling period where we witnessed a surreal dance of power and fear.

From lockdowns to curfews, from forced quarantines to mandatory injections (renamed as "vaccines"), the actions of governments around the world left many questioning the very foundations of the societies we live in. It was as if a curtain had been drawn back, revealing the raw exercise of authority, unchecked and unbridled.

And yet, what might be even more unsettling is the complicity of many media outlets in this narrative. The watchdogs, whose primary role is to hold power accountable, sometimes seemed to echo the government's messaging without question. The glaring gaps in investigative journalism left citizens thirsting for the truth, which became an elusive commodity.

As we reflect on this grim period in history, we are faced with a perplexing paradox: Why, in the face of such egregious violations of rights and morality, might some in positions of authority harbour animosity toward those they govern?

The answer may lie in an unsettling human trait: When people get away with wrongdoing, especially on a grand scale, they can develop resentment toward those they've wronged. In a twisted way, they may grow to hate their victims for allowing them to perpetrate their crimes without consequence.

In our exploration of the pandemic paradox, we've unearthed some deeply unsettling truths. But there's one vital component we must address—an essential step on our path to redemption.

The people are demanding justice.

Throughout the pandemic, we've seen the rule of law distorted, ethical boundaries blurred, and fundamental rights trampled upon. It is imperative that we do not let these transgressions go unanswered. Justice must be served.

This means more than just addressing these wrongs. It entails thorough investigations, including criminal inquiries, and the subsequent prosecutions of those responsible. It's time to hold the guilty to account, regardless of their position or status.

Our society can no longer tolerate a system where the full weight of the law falls upon the weak while the powerful escape unscathed.

We need trials and prosecutions at all levels—local, regional, and national. Only through these legal proceedings can we expose the true extent of the wrongdoing that transpired during the pandemic.

Those who abused their power, violated rights, and abandoned morality must face the consequences of their actions.

This process of accountability is not about revenge; it's about the restoration of justice. It's about sending a clear message that no one is above the law, that ethics and rights matter, and that such abuses will not be tolerated.

Through these trials and prosecutions, we can begin to rebuild our democratic system. We can rewrite the narrative of our society, moving away from the path of tyranny and fascism and toward a future where justice, equality, and freedom are not just ideals but lived realities.

As we demand justice, let us remember that this journey requires unity, vigilance, and a steadfast commitment to the principles of democracy. Together, we can ensure that the lessons of the pandemic are not forgotten, that they become a driving force for lasting change.

Join us in this quest for justice. Together, we can reshape the future, ensuring that the rights and freedoms we hold dear are safeguarded for generations to come.

The only path toward resolution and justice lies in a critical reevaluation of our democratic systems. It's an urgent call to action that we cannot afford to ignore. We must take back control of the electoral process, ensuring that the voices of the people are not just heard but heeded.

This is where Manitoba Stronger Together comes into play.

As a grassroots organization committed to empowering Manitobans to actively participate in shaping their province's future, we offer a platform to reclaim democratic power. We believe that the path to rectify these wrongs is through informed, engaged, and vigilant citizenry.

Together, we can rewrite the narrative and ensure that such dark chapters in history are not repeated. By taking control of our democracy, we can dismantle the structures that allowed these injustices to happen and rebuild a society grounded in respect for rights, moral values, and the rule of law.

In this pursuit of justice and a brighter future, we invite you to join us. Together, we can channel the frustration and anger of these times into meaningful change and create a world where rights and freedoms are not just slogans but lived realities.

Warm regards,

The Manitoba Stronger Together Team

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Bernie Patterson
Bernie Patterson
21 בדצמ׳ 2023

I love the movement and it's ideals. I think things would move faster if everyone acknowledges the real powers we are up against. The UN, WEF, and WHO are the fronts for the even deeper power structures trying to control all of humanity. Governments at every level around the globe are accepting directives from these organizations. If people keep believing they are benevolent NGOs progress will not be possible and worse yet we will continue to suffer attacks and the tyranny will grow stronger. I admire Ken and the whole team, please address the elephant in the room. Canada is desperate for more leadership of good people like you.


20 בדצמ׳ 2023
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“First they ignore us then they laugh at us then they fight us then we win“


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