Earlier today, thousands of angry Canadians received the below response from Senator Joseph Day, copied below, with the news that the corrupt Canadian corporate government passed Bill C-36, despite the will of the People. Yes, it is of course disappointing that Health Canada has been legislated carte blanche-type powers similar to Nazi Germany in the 30′s. But we must know that it is just another step in the larger process on a grander awakening. The people will feel the noose tighten a little more, before ignition – this is natural.
We know that there is coming a time in our near future when we will stand united – in love of our families, friends, country, future generations and all of humanity – and fully and completely shed tyranny. This tyranny-shedding happens within each of us, as it does on the collective outside reality.
Expansion of consciousness continues to light up the way, our path. And consciousness expands rapidly through being centered in love and allowing the resulting higher faculties to develop within us each. (This process is happening anyways.) Shedding of the old comes naturally when the creation of the new is ripe. Collective ripeness will bring great action. My prayer is that we ripen freely and quickly. But, all things in good time.
In the meantime, check out this deeply engaging 9-minute video if you haven’t done so already:
We all continue to go deeper, shut off the tv “programming” & corporate news, breathe, ask questions, take a stand, feel our emotions (including anger) and act on them, and gather in community. We each become ready, and intend a new higher way for humanity to be made manifest. We are not “consumers”, nor are we “sheeple” any longer.
We are human beings, and we are together.
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From Senator Joseph Day:
Tags: awakening, bankers, bill c-36, consciousness, current events, elite, health, health canada
It is with regret that I inform you that Bill C-36 was passed in the Senate chamber yesterday evening. Three standing votes were held on the matter, and each time the Conservative majority outnumbered us and won those votes. The Bill will now receive Royal assent, at which point it will become law.
Many of you will wonder what you can do next. My advice is that, come the next election, you do your best to remind fellow voters how the Conservatives abused their numbers in the Senate to pass flawed legislation. Only then will this Conservative government realize that the Senate’s role is to ensure that our laws and institutions serve all Canadian citizens, not just the interests of their political party.
Please let me take this time to thank you for your support. We fought hard to make sure your voices were heard. Despite our efforts, we were outnumbered in the end.
Senator Joseph A. Day, LL. M., P. Eng.”