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Facemasks Contain Asbestos

Disposable facemasks, which gained popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic, have been determined to contain a toxic asbestos-like substance that destroys the lungs. The warning was issued by Health Canada, which found that both blue and gray facemasks contain the substance that can lead to early pulmonary toxicity.

The masks were made in China and distributed by a Quebec company. Says Martin Brodel, “Can you imagine how many Chinese are using those as well. What a great way to reduce your population. Good grief!” Brodel gives us more details on the find, plus he also reports on the Mideast crisis, Dr. Anthony Fauci and the coronavirus pandemic, the greed of the Rothschilds and Henry Kissinger, and the many governors and mayors and their ridiculous mask mandates.




Quebec’s Black Market Babies

The Truth Factory explores a topic seldom covered: The illegal, black market sale of babies born to single mothers in Quebec. Many of the infants were sold at huge profits by unscrupulous racketeers. Who supplied these kids? Often Catholic orphanages, sometimes the mothers themselves were tricked into giving up their children. The buyers did not only include Canadians, but many American families, not always practicing Catholics. This is a hard-hitting documentary, exploring aspects of social history that are rarely told. The full title of the video is The Great Darkness: The Children of MK-Ultra.

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Canadian Vote: What It Means

Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain breaks down the hidden facts and realities behind the Liberal win in the 2019 Canadian election.

What does this mean for Canada, the West – and you? More from Stefan Molyneux.




Trudeau loses his majority while Quebec nationalism surges. What it means: Trudeau beat the Conservatives, but has a more fractured control over a country that is dividing along its fringes. More from Dr. Steve Turley.




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