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The Activist Reports #3: Emergency Communication to Danielle of the Smith Family
Following the footsteps of Christopher James, I also spent a few minutes sending an email to Alberta Premier Danielle Smith and Alberta Minister of Justice Tyler Shandro
If you’ve read Introducing: The Activist Reports, you may recall that one of my objectives is “To create a public record of my attempts to inform authorities of things they should be aware of. With these attempts, I may ask/require that they respond and/or do something.”
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And, that’s what I would like to do here.
Two Very Wrong Things
I feel that two very wrong things are happening to people today. (Actually, there are more than two things, but in this Activist Report, I’ll focus on two of them.)
People—men, women, and children—do not know where they lawfully stand, and because of that, the legal system can be used to trample on the rights of natural men, women, and children. (This is a rather large subject, but basically, there’s God’s Law, and then, there’s eventually the legal system. For the most part, we the people are not aware of these, and that’s to our own detriment. Visit AWarriorCalls.com for more information on this fascinating topic.)
The mRNA c-19 injectables (fraudulently called “vaccines”) are causing more harm than good. They never should’ve been released to the public.
For The First Time In Public, I’ll Say This…
In fact, for the first time in public, I’ll say this: I believe that the mRNA c-19 injectibles are slow-kill bioweapons.
I don’t want to stray too much about how I came to this conclusion, but I will say that after much thought, research, and discussion, I have to state that they’re bioweapons.
Christopher James, who’s a man I admire tremendously, feels the same way about the two issues I listed above. In an effort to raise awareness of these issues, he has urged his audience to contact Alberta Premier Danielle Smith.
Why Danielle Smith?
Christopher James (as far as I know) lives in Ontario, and I live in Montreal, QC.
So, why contact the Premier of Alberta?
Well, a lot of Canadians who share our views see her as a potential bright light—and, potential is the key word here. She has made some statements that seem very promising to us.
First, I need to give a little bit of context: Christopher James comes from the perspective of Natural Law, which is a higher set of laws than the legal system. (As I alluded to earlier, there’s a lot at play here, so I’d recommend visiting AWarriorCalls.com to really learn about this topic. It’s well worth your time, and I need to refine my own knowledge in this subject myself.)
Anyway, the communication is basically a .pdf document that asks three simple, pivotal questions. It’s a template provided on AWarriorCalls.com, and you can see it below, and download it by clicking here.
It’s copy-and-paste simple really:
Watch the video (linked to above, via the image of Christopher James).
Compose an email.
So, that’s basically what I’m doing.
The body of my email will be:
Hello Danielle Smith,
We require the immediate written response to the three questions in the document attached. And, we require that you contact Christopher James immediately for a Zoom call that's going to be on the public record for everyone to bear witness to.
I attached the document to it.
Sent as of 00:03, 18 January 2023.
Grammar Note: Instead of “the immediate,” I probably should’ve said “an immediate,” but oh well…the email’s been sent. I should do a better proofreading job next time.
Update #1: I think it was either that day, or the next, that I tweeted this article to Danielle Smith.
Update #2: Christopher James, on January 30th, asked us to continually persist in contacting Danielle Smith, so, as of ~13:12 on January 31st, 2023, I sent out the same email again.
Update #3: Each of the previous 2 times, I got automated responses, but haven’t seen an actual reply.
Update #4: On 3 February 2023, at ~19:11 EST, I sent another email (different subject line, different body text) with the same pdf attachment.