Remembrance in Windsor: Please stand as an example of freedom by attending maskless.

Remembrance Day Service:
November 11, at 11 am. Representatives of the WVMSC, pre-registered wreath bearers, and government officials will attend the cenotaph in Windsor for an outdoor service, observing all public health guidelines for in-person gatherings. Spectators are welcome to attend in person and are asked to protect vulnerable guests, including local veterans, by respecting best practices for social distancing and wearing masks where distancing is not possible.”
— via VisitWindsorEssex.com

It is our duty to visibly defy orders to mask and to distance.

Masking and distancing are pseudo-scientific manipulations intended to acclimatize all of us, including our respected service people, to having our personhood and our freedoms stripped away. The last place it is acceptable to abide by medical tyranny is at a Remembrance ceremony, which is held to honour those who have fought and died to uphold our freedoms.

November 11th, please attend the Remembrance Ceremony in Windsor

This November 11th, please come to the Essex County War Memorial at 11am, for a normal healthy respectful ceremony, absent any masking, and absent any distancing. We will pay our respects normally, in the spirit of freedom.

Three Youths Fainted at the Tecumseh Remembrance Service Nov 6th

On November 6th, a Remembrance week service was held outside Tecumseh City Hall. Windsorite.ca’s promotion of the service claimed that face coverings and distancing would be ‘mandatory.’

Windsor-Tecumseh PPC candidate and veteran Victor Green, myself with family, and a number of others in the Windsor-Tecumseh area who love freedom, attended the service respectfully, with our faces visible. About 3/4 of guests, and all participants in the ceremony, were masked. Despite distancing having been listed as ‘mandatory,’ nobody, including the hosts of the ceremony, practiced ‘social distancing.’

That attendees were expected, and participants required, to cover their faces and inhibit their breathing in violation of their identities and bodily autonomy, was a disgrace. The irony of the situation was lost on none of us. Regardless, we stood quietly in respect for the service.

During the service, Victor Green informed that a young person on the far side of the ceremony had taken a knee, about to faint. I did not witness this person leaving the service. EMS tended to him and the service continued.

After no more than 30 minutes, a young man collapsed a few feet from me. He wore a Scouts uniform. He hit the ground hard, and convulsed for a moment before regaining consciousness. It took a maddening amount of time for the people tending to him to uncover his face. He was ushered to the EMS. I said aloud, “Torturing children in the name of freedom. Is that what we’re doing now?”

I stood frozen and shaking in the gravity of this outrage. It is perfectly reasonable to believe masking combined with coerced injections caused this, by creating cardiovascular strain. The deadline for Scouts to get two injections or be expelled was November 1st — six days prior.

Thank you to Kayla for these photos

The service continued. I couldn’t stand it. I turned and walked away to stand with family and friends at the rear until it was finished. Later, I learned of a third who had fainted.

Three total young people fell faint during a 30-minute Remembrance service, after standing at ease in cool weather. Their deadline to accept coerced injections was less than a week earlier.

I’ve been since told by people who support coerced injections (assault) that it’s normal for cadets to faint like this.

It isn’t.

I learned later that Dan Macdonald, AM800 propagandist, had this to say about our choice to attend the service:

My response,

Demanding facial masking at a Remembrance Day service is extremely disruptive of the service and disrespectful toward the fallen.

Three masked (and surely injected) teens fainted in a span of 30 minutes at the service. I couldn’t stand it after the third one fell in front of me, so I walked away. The earfuls didn’t start until the service was over, and they were a direct response to the active abuse of children.

The ‘dingbat’ you’re referring to had to use an incognito window to take this screencap because you’re too afraid to let her defend herself from your attacks.

The leading PPC party member you’re referring to is a veteran.

We stood quietly in respect even as children fell in front of us.

May over 9,000 boosters be upon you, Dan, with cumulative effects.

MacDonald has since removed his post.

Chris Adam, who I do not know personally, also chose to spread falsehoods about our attendance at the Tecumseh service.

My response:

Chris Adam has chosen to proliferate falsehoods about the Tecumseh remembrance service, both overtly and by omission.

We did not attempt to disrupt the service. Had we attempted to disrupt the service, we would have succeeded in disrupting the service.

Masking disrupted the service, not only by dehumanizing the servicepeople and attendees by marring their identities, but also by contributing to three fainting episodes in young people. Coerced injections very likely contributed to the fainting as well. The deadline for scouts to be injected or kicked out was November 1st.

Deeply disturbed by the fainting, we confronted child abusers when the service was finished. I did not go inside any building, and I am not aware of anyone I was with going inside any building.

Chris Adam chose not to mention the fainting. The reason we said anything at all, the thing we were talking about — he left that part out.

Looking back, I wish I had disrupted the service. Any Remembrance service that enforces oppression of its attendees, while celebrating the sacrifices of those who died for the very freedoms being affronted by the hosts of the service, is an absolute insult and a farce, and ought to be disrupted.

I received a call from an OPP officer about this, and was happy to clarify the situation for the officer as well.

Do I truly wish I had interrupted the service, now that I’ve had more time to think? Not exactly. My true wish is that the hosts had made an announcement during the service, asking everyone remove their face coverings, and also asking everyone to stand in defense of children who are being coerced to accept an injection that is absurdly likely to leave them with lifelong heart damage.

That we are in a war, and our community leaders are not only ignoring it but participating in waging it against our own service people, is absolutely intolerable.

Let’s honor them on the 11th by standing for Windsor’s Remembrance service as representatives of freedom.

More discussion of the Tecumseh service here.


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About the author

Currie manages StandUpWindsor.ca, and is involved in consistent action against medical tyranny in Windsor. She is also the Founder and Managing Director of the Mothers' Aid Society of Canada, a non-profit she recently created to protect mothers and their babies from obstetric violence. Spiritually, Currie practices a combination of European indigenous spiritualism (paganism) and Buddhism. When she finds the time, she enjoys drawing and writing stories.
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15 comments on “Remembrance in Windsor: Please stand as an example of freedom by attending maskless.”

  1. Victor Green Reply

    As a Royal Navy veteran living in Tecumseh, I have attended this event annually for over 20 years. I have never before seen kids keel over at this event like this before. I don’t know if it’s as a result of them breathing in their own toxic bacteria that has accumulated in their masks, or whether it’s because they had to be injected with the experimental drug to be allowed to remain in their Army Cadet / Scouts Canada units. Coercion of adults is bad enough, but this leverage employed on the kids is inexcusable. I can’t imagine what the leaders of these children’s groups were thinking. We have not heard from Tecumseh’s Mayor, Mr. Gary MacNamara, Percy Hatfield or Irek kusmierczyk. I would have expected an announcement from these “community leaders” informing our community as to the wellbeing of these children, but predictably, no word from any of them.

  2. Annie Reply

    So by this logic, Currie, you are taking YOUR beliefs and projecting them onto veterans. You don’t speak for them and you do not have the right (by your own logic) to speak on the behalf of their bodies. (Referencing your notion that they are being smothered)

    • Currie Reply

      If you want to convince anyone that your absurdities follow from my logic, you need to show how. Just stating it as though it’s true without demonstrating it gets you nowehere.

      Are the veterans completely free to choose whether to wear masks? Since they’re not allowed into the legion without accepting an unwanted injection, I highly doubt it.

      Who is speaking for them or speaking on behalf of their bodies? Me, in my advocacy against this psychotic coercion, or the people engaging in the coercion? And for the record, coercion doesn’t just include policies and ultimatums, but also the spreading misinformation from a position of authority or influence. Misinformation includes the absurd claim that masks protect against disease and are harmless.

    • Currie Reply

      I don’t censor legitimate questions. I don’t even censor illegitimate questions. I have a default spam filter and I’m busy. Hakunah your tatas.

  3. Dan Reply

    I spent 37 years in uniform. A Veteran of Bosnia, Afghanistan and Germany. I do not need some non military person lecturing me about what freedom is or how it is achieved. I can talk the talk because I have walked the walk. Contrary to the misinformed assumptions of Currie, Cadets do faint on a regular basis at ceremonies and not just Remembrance Day. So do full time, trained soldiers. They skip breakfast or stand too rigid, cutting off the circulation. Were the vaccinations at fault? Masks? No one really knows. Especially Currie, who as near as I can tell, is not a medical professional or did any examinations or tox screens. Just making guesses to fit her agenda. I was at the front and heard someone, causing a disturbance, berating others and demanding masks be removed. Was it Currie? Possibly. I don’t know. However, it was the wrong place at the wrong time. There is only one purpose to Remembrance Day. And politics, including Kusmieczyk acknowledging First Nations land or Trudeau injecting polarizing remarks at CAF leadership and procedures into their Message of Remembrance, or protesting about mask mandates, have zero place there. I don’t wear a mask and am double vaxxed. However, I don’t believe the jab really works at all well. As a result and knowing I would be in close contact with older Comrades (next to me was a 94 year old) I wore a mask, if only to make them feel comfortable with being there and afford them a modicum of possible protection.
    I decided not to attend the Legion that day, however rest assured, had someone come in and started berating, protesting and making a scene and I was there, their tirade would have been short lived. These types of outbursts are egotistical, sanctimonious displays of a bully.
    As I stated earlier, I spent 37 years protecting our freedoms, including those of expression. Unfortunately, it was to protect people’s freedom to be idiots also. Wrong place, wrong time. Determine to know your audience before making a fool of yourself. Next time, take your soapbox to City Hall.

    • Currie Reply

      “I spent 37 years in uniform. A Veteran of Bosnia, Afghanistan and Germany. I do not need some non military person lecturing me about what freedom is or how it is achieved. I can talk the talk because I have walked the walk.”

      With all due respect, your history of service does not grant you dominance over my rational mind, my assessment of the evidence, nor my expression of my beliefs, because I am free.

      “Cadets do faint on a regular basis at ceremonies and not just Remembrance Day.”

      How regular? Let’s talk numerical averages, accounting for the seasons. I find it much more believable that cadets would faint after a few hours on a hot summer day, than after 30 minutes on a cool November day.

      “So do full time, trained soldiers. They skip breakfast or stand too rigid, cutting off the circulation.”

      Healthy people do not faint from skipping breakfast. Standing rigid occurs when standing at attention, correct? The young people who fainted at the Tecumseh service were at ease.

      “Were the vaccinations at fault? Masks? No one really knows.”

      We have evidence of strong probability. When the evidence we have of probability is strong enough, it is fair to describe this as knowledge. We know the injections are causing myocarditis. We know both the injections and the masking strains the cardiovascular system. My claims are not a stretch.

      “Especially Currie, who as near as I can tell, is not a medical professional or did any examinations or tox screens.”

      You’re being obtuse. A witness to violence doesn’t need to be a doctor or perform medical tests to understand they are witnessing violence.

      “I was at the front and heard someone, causing a disturbance, berating others and demanding masks be removed. Was it Currie? Possibly. I don’t know.”

      It was probably me that you heard. I voiced my deep concern in response to the disturbances I had just witnessed, and I told abusers to stop abusing. Is it wrong to berate child abusers?

      Requiring masking is a disturbance. Faintings are disturbances. The abuse of young people caused disturbances during the service. I did not — I did not speak out until the service was finished, and I was speaking about the disturbances caused by abusers.

      “However, it was the wrong place at the wrong time.”

      It was exactly the right place and exactly the right time, because it was in the exact place where the consequences of abuse occurred, and it directly addressed the abusers. And again, I was considerate enough to contain my passion, walk away and stand quietly until the service was finished. Also making timing and location of my response appropriate is that I was addressing the grossly hypocritical violations of people’s freedoms being enforced as a part of a ceremony which exists to honor and recognize hard-won freedoms. Expecting masking at a remembrance service, and forcing service people to be injected in order to participate, is unspeakably abhorrent. It is an exercise in harming and killing service people under the guise of honoring them. It is sickening.

      “And politics, including Kusmieczyk acknowledging First Nations land or Trudeau injecting polarizing remarks at CAF leadership and procedures into their Message of Remembrance, or protesting about mask mandates, have zero place there.”

      I agree about the politics. But enforced masking and injecting is not politics, it is assault.

      “I don’t wear a mask and am double vaxxed. However, I don’t believe the jab really works at all well.”

      Oh, it works. The goal just isn’t what we’re told it is. Exhibit A. || Exhibit B.

      “As a result and knowing I would be in close contact with older Comrades (next to me was a 94 year old) I wore a mask, if only to make them feel comfortable with being there and afford them a modicum of possible protection.”

      Masking protects no one. Not even a little. Especially not outside. Participating in this mass demoralization and oppression tactic does not honor anyone, no matter how old they are. People feel comfortable when they can see one another’s identities and expressions, and when everyone is breathing freely.

      “I decided not to attend the Legion that day, however rest assured, had someone come in and started berating, protesting and making a scene and I was there, their tirade would have been short lived.”

      This didn’t happen. The discussion occurred outdoors.

      “These types of outbursts are egotistical, sanctimonious displays of a bully.”

      That is absolutely false. What occurred was none of the above. It was not an outburst, it was not egotistical, it was not sanctimonious, and it was not bullying. We stood up to bullies, we asserted the truth, we made our point in concern for the wellbeing of people being abused, and then we left. Have you never spoken up for what’s right — by your own judgement — in your life?

      “As I stated earlier, I spent 37 years protecting our freedoms, including those of expression.”

      And at the end of those 37 years, you stopped. You turned your back and quit.

      “Unfortunately, it was to protect people’s freedom to be idiots also.”

      I have a feeling that’s your default reaction to people exercising their freedoms.

      “Wrong place, wrong time.”

      Exactly the right place. Exactly the right time.

      “Determine to know your audience before making a fool of yourself.”

      We are in the right. We stood up to abusers. You have made a fool of yourself with your comment.

      “Next time, take your soapbox to City Hall.”

      We brought no soapbox. The only intention was to attend visibly maskless. There was no wish to speak up until young people started dropping like flies as a result of the abuse that you support them being subjected to.

      What a shame.

  4. Adelle Loiselle Reply

    Hi Victor. I’m a former Cadet mum, the daughter of a Cadet and the wife and sister in law of Cadets. I can tell you kids pass out all the time. One of my oldest daughter’s duties during events like this was to watch and assist those who passed out. That was before COVID. I think it’s very important to have an ongoing discussion about COVID measures, but spreading misinformation about masking and the vaccine is wrong. It would be nice to have a discussion, but that’s impossible without an honest discourse. We have not had that. Bit from Currie and not from you. From Currie’s threat of going to assessment centre to discourage testing early on in the pandemic to the disruption at the cenotaph, nothing has been honest about the arguments people like you have presented. The information is out there. Our public health officials have been quite open, but they don’t deserve the abuse they get. Maybe if you presented findings from reputable sources we could have that conversation, but I can see you’re not ready.

    • Currie Reply

      “I can tell you kids pass out all the time. One of my oldest daughter’s duties during events like this was to watch and assist those who passed out.”

      At present, I think you’re lying about kids passing out all the time. That your daughter had a duty to watch and assist does not mean it happened all the time. Be objective. On average, how many cadets passed out within the first 30 minutes of an outdoor remembrance day service, during the time your daughter was in cadets? Is there any documentation corroborating this?

      “I think it’s very important to have an ongoing discussion about COVID measures, but spreading misinformation about masking and the vaccine is wrong.”

      Agreed. That’s a big reason I made this site: to bypass the enforcement and spreading of misinformation by legacy media and social media companies like Facebook, and to spread open inquiry in service to the truth.

      “It would be nice to have a discussion, but that’s impossible without an honest discourse. We have not had that. Bit from Currie and not from you.”

      I find Victor honest. Have you spoken with him?

      “From Currie’s threat of going to assessment centre to discourage testing early on in the pandemic to the disruption at the cenotaph, nothing has been honest about the arguments people like you have presented.”

      This sentence makes no rational sense. You didn’t describe arguments in the first place, you describe potential actions. I regret not going to the testing centre to discourage testing by informing people of the (now very widely known) fact that the PCR testing process is absolutely fraudulent. In short, the cycles are run far, far too high for a ‘positive’ to differentiate between a past case, an active case, and nothing at all. Informing people of this is not “harassment.”

      And what “disruption at the cenotaph” are you talking about? You mean the small peaceful midnight candlelight vigil at the cenotaph last winter, marking the onset of tyrannical province-wide house arrest? Or are you referring to a few of us confronting active child abusers after the Tecumseh remembrance service was finished? (I see a war memorial at Tecumseh city hall, which does not look to me like a cenotaph.)

      Talking to people is not harassment, hosting a peaceful candelight vigil is not a disruption (nor is is waiting until an event is finished before speaking up), and actions are not arguments. You think you have any sway on the subject of honesty? Why don’t you stop lying?

      “The information is out there. Our public health officials have been quite open,”

      Shockingly so. They admit their fraud, their coercion, their assaults, and their collectivist, tyrannical intentions to socially engineer the behaviour of the public, and yet they keep getting away with it.

      “but they don’t deserve the abuse they get.”

      They deserve to be behind bars, and in some cases, they deserve a fair trial with the death sentence on the table. Until justice is achieved, the public will continue using angry words.

      “Maybe if you presented findings from reputable sources we could have that conversation, but I can see you’re not ready.”

      1) How do you assess whether a source is reputable?

      2) Why are you elevating reputation above evidence?

  5. Ed Reply

    The definition of “smother” clearly states to “kill” someone. How many people were killed Covid Currie?

    • Currie Reply

      Save it.

      Definition of smother (Entry 1 of 2)
      transitive verb

      1a: to kill by depriving of air
      b: to suppress (a fire) by excluding oxygen
      c: to overcome or discomfit through or as if through lack of air
      2a: to suppress expression or knowledge
      smothered his rage
      b: to stop or prevent the growth or activity of
      smother a child with too much care
      also : OVERWHELM
      c: to cover thickly : BLANKET
      snow smothered the trails
      d: to overcome or vanquish quickly or decisively
      e: to cause to smolder
      3: to overcome or kill with smoke or fumes
      4: to cook in a covered pan or pot with little liquid over low heat

      smother noun
      Definition of smother (Entry 2 of 2)
      1a: thick stifling smoke or smudge
      b: a state of being stifled or suppressed
      2: a dense cloud (as of fog or dust)
      3: a confused multitude of things : WELTER

      https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/smother

      ———–

      People are seriously harmed by masking. I have no doubt that some have also been killed by masking, especially masking during exercise, and even more especially masking during exercise after the covid injection. Masking is a deliberate effort to smother and suppress, and override natural social cues in order to replace them with a tyrannical totalitarian hierarchy.

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