What you’re hearing in the media about “vaccine” side effects is just new snow fall on the tip of an iceberg. The jab is NOT a vaccine, but a “treatment” intentionally designed to make you sick and kill you. If you took the jab, life will NOT be normal, in fact, you can begin to count your days. Other parts of your body can regenerate themselves, but your Heart, Lungs, Brain and Spinal Column can’t. Once they are damaged, there is NO CURE and the damage is permanent. Those with underlying medical conditions, a weakened immune system and are overweight and/or physically inactive will be the first to suffer the consequences of the Jab.
The video by Dr. Charles Hoffe will give you some insight into what to expect from the Jab in the form of blood clots. It doesn’t go into the “other” side effects yet to be identified.
I had already cut out a side trip to the Yukon as I felt I would be pushing it, and when I did a mileage check s it turns out that trip was 4,500 km. It doesn’t seem far on a map, but when I began doing some mileage checks of my revised trip, I realized that driving to Port hardy at the end of Vancouver Island in BC meant that I would be driving close to 5,000 km. If I averaged 80km per hour, that would mean that I would be driving for 62 hours, and to do that in 7 days, would mean that I would be driving 9 hours a day, and that’s not holiday!
So I’ve now decided to shorten my trip again, this time to 3260 km, which is 40 hours of driving, (5.8 hours per day.) Now that schedule leaves me some time to enjoy the view, take some pictures and even go off on some side trips. I’d like to spend some more time around Osoyoos and re-visit some hot springs I found back on 2005.
On may 22 or 23, I’ll be heading further out West, and I’ll be traveling light, meaning that I’m not taking all my stuff on this trip. The first (1) leg of my journey I’ll be heading up to Edmonton to see a friend and from there, I’d like to take a trip up to the Yukon, just to say I’ve been there.From there, I plan to make my way South through British Columbia to Vancouver and then take the ferry over to Vancouver Island, where I plan to do a little sightseeing.
After that (2) I’ll take the ferry back to Vancouver and begin to make my way back East to Lethbridge to see a friend, and then drop in to see my sister in Calgary, (if she is back from her Regina visit) before heading back to Regina by the end of the month.My plan is then to take a couple of days to pack up all my stuff and then (3) leave Regina around June 4, or 5 and make my way back to Ontario, stopping in at a couple of friends in MIdland before heading back to Woodstock and area. All this is tentative in not having any more car issues.