politics, Storytime

Covid-19: The Great Reset | Reading of the About and Introduction Sections

I did it, I bought the book, although kicking and screaming, so that you didn’t have to. Join me as I read through the About section where we learn about Klaus Schwab and Thierry Malleret, as well as the Introduction of the book which gives us a summary of what these unelected officials have in store for our world.

For a detailed post containing some shareable memes that I’ve made covering some of the more dystopian measures the globalist elite have lined up for us, please visit my previous post MEmemories of a Great Reset.


Have you read Covid-19: The Great Reset or do you have any plans to?

Blog Roll, Musical Mondays

Musical Mondays | The Rolling Stones

From my summer driving playlist, Sympathy For The Devil is a song best heard loud, windows down, with the reverberation of surround sound echoing in the night.

This Rolling Stones rock-samba number from the 1968 Beggars Banquet album is one of many of their mega tracks. As you may recall, its been used endlessly in pop culture scenes over the years, including the film adaptation of Interview With A Vampire (performed by Guns ‘n’ Roses), the movie Apocalypse Now, and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, both the book and the film. It never seems to lose its luster, no matter how much I hear it.

The Stones received negative attention over Sympathy For The Devil’s release, as critics accused them of dabbling in Satanism and being ‘evil’. Mick Jagger found this a curious thing, as it was only just the one song touching on the topic. Regardless of the fears of the devout, the song lives on, while the entire album, for me, is a masterpiece of blues, rock, politics, and 100 % heart. 


Jean-Luc Godard’s celebrated documentary Sympathy For The Devil, digitally remastered for its 50th Anniversary a few years ago, is a treat for Stones fans and should not be missed. Clips of the new version are available to be enjoyed on the various video-sharing sites, but I think it is worth watching in its entirety. The 4K quality is stunning, and I continue to be dazzled by the excellence in picture resolution. Where does it end?


Sympathy For The Devil | The Rolling Stones

Please allow me to introduce myself
I'm a man of wealth and taste
I've been around for a long, long years
Stole million man's soul an faith
And I was 'round when Jesus Christ
Had his moment of doubt and pain
Made damn sure that Pilate
Washed his hands and sealed his fate
Pleased to meet you
Hope you guess my name
But what's puzzling you
Is the nature of my game
Stuck around St. Petersburg
When I saw it was a time for a change
Killed Tsar and his ministers
Anastasia screamed in vain
I rode a tank
Held a general's rank
When the blitzkrieg raged
And the bodies stank
Pleased to meet you
Hope you guess my name, oh yeah
Ah, what's puzzling you
Is the nature of my game, oh yeah
I watched with glee
While your kings and queens
Fought for ten decades
For the gods they made
I shouted out
Who killed the Kennedys?
When after all
It was you and me
Let me please introduce myself
I'm a man of wealth and taste
And I laid traps for troubadours
Who get killed before they reached Bombay
Pleased to meet you
Hope you guessed my name, oh yeah
But what's puzzling you
Is the nature of my game, oh yeah, get down, baby
Pleased to meet you
Hope you guessed my name, oh yeah
But what's confusing you
Is just the nature of my game
Just as every cop is a criminal
And all the sinners saints
As heads is tails
Just call me Lucifer
'Cause I'm in need of some restraint
So if you meet me
Have some courtesy
Have some sympathy, and some taste
Use all your well-learned politeness
Or I'll lay your soul to waste, mm yeah
Pleased to meet you
Hope you guessed my name, mm yeah
But what's puzzling you
Is the nature of my game, mm mean it, get down
Woo, who
Oh yeah, get on down
Oh yeah
Aah yeah
Tell me baby, what's my name?
Tell me honey, can ya guess my name?
Tell me baby, what's my name?
I tell you one time, you're to blame
What's my name
Tell me, baby, what's my name?
Tell me, sweetie, what's my name?

Take a minute to watch this clip from the remastered doc, as the whoo-whoo’s are being rehearsed behind the scenes.


I like to think everybody has a favourite Rolling Stones song, what’s yours?

Blog Roll, MEme Collections, politics, Quotes

Rallying Cry for Rebellion

Crisis is the rallying cry of the tyrant.

– James Madison

Whoa, what a crazy news cycle we find ourselves in these days. Sure, the virus numbers will continue to fall in the Northern Hemisphere as the days become more humid – I look forward to nothing more – but no rest for the wicked! 

This week Pfizer was forced to disclose another 80K of documents to our shock and horror; you know, that treasure trove of information they were banking would stay buried from our view for 75 years? 

I’m hopeful this third-times-a-charm installment will be the thing to finally wake people up from their fear slumber, as we now know Pfizer lied about the efficacy rate and the harm the vaccine was doing to pregnant women and their breastfeeding babies. And this is only a few days after the drop, it’s going to take a minute to compile this data, so keep your eyes wide and stay tuned.

Couple this tragedy with SCOTUS overturning Roe v. Wade, leaving abortion rights to the independent states rule, and I suspect there will be a shit tonne of protest this summer, and rightly so.

I am all for standing up to authoritarian rule and their wicked games of divide and conquer, and I encourage everyone to do so, as long as they do it in peace. If we want to maintain the ability to protest, it must always remain peaceful. They don’t know how to handle pacifism or humour, which gives us a slight advantage where there otherwise would be none as long as we don’t squander our opportunity.

Make no mistake: violence and disruption are what they want to support their entrance of force and institution of martial law. Once they have their justification, they will lock it down, take control over the people, and pounce at the chance to quash any dissent. (sound familiar?)

If you’re locked in a jail or detention camp, you are of no use to the cause, and at this stage, there aren’t many willing to replace you. It won’t be easy, but people will have to get creative, not unlike the peaceful protests held in Canada these past few months. 

Yes, things did escalate into military-style law enforcement using aggressive tactics and attempting to instigate conflict, but those brave Canadians didn’t take the bait. People did not fight back and instead gave ample opportunity for the world to see the true nature of our tyrant leader and his UN Henchmen, as evidenced by the trampling of a lady in a walker by mounted police. Canadians set an example of how you can hold the line, at least for a little while, without sinking to their level. 

This week I’ve drawn attention to the need to stand up and remain a bystander no more, everyone across the globe, as we commence the fight for our lives against a globalist takeover. Below you’ll find the quotes I’d shared for Rebellion Week across my InstagramFacebook, and Twitter accounts.

A noteworthy quote by Francis Schaeffer started off this past Rebellion Week.

Society is now secular by and large, so if we are going to allow for the removal of God, we mustn’t allow Him to be replaced with Government or Humanism whilst pretending it’s virtuous to have done so; that’s not going to fly any longer.

We have a responsibility to keep our society free from authoritarian rule for our children and the fate of our country. Standing up to tyranny, bullying, and gaslighting is no easy feat and takes much inner fortitude, but the rewards are priceless, for generations to come.

It’s time for people to network with like-minded folks and see what you can organise to help fight back against the technocrats and their self-serving agenda. We didn’t vote them in, but we can do our best to get them out!


At this point in my life there is no graver disservice I could do to my spirit than keep quiet in the face of injustice, no matter where, when, or to whom it pertains.

So when there is an opportunity to stand up and scream against those who wish to destroy the health and future of my son and his generation, you can bet there is no way in Hell that I’m shutting up, nor should you!


A timeless quote from one of the great wordsmiths of the 20th century continues to find its way back into the fray as people let fear bury them in apathy, repeatedly allowing indiscretions to pass, as they consequently snowball into atrocity.

The crucial question? How much is one willing to ignore as they attempt to convince themselves and others that they live per a superior code of ethics? Is this why there is such a desperate need for virtue signalling these days?


Telling the truth and growing food are two of the most revolutionary acts you can partake in during dystopic times.

George Orwell is the man of the hour, as his masterpiece, 1984, continues to prophesize our gradual yet impending doom. With a tip of the hat to his 1948 novel, the US government has instituted their own Ministry of Truth: Disinformation Governance Board to deal with mis– and disinformation. 

Where would the mainstream media be without those elusive terms they love to bandy about and toss like grenades as a means to bury any dissent of their official narrative. How is anyone supposed to trust a thing they are saying ever again?


Humans are born with an instinct to survive, whatever it takes. Some perceive blindly going with the opinions of those most powerful to be the best course of action , a sort of Stockholm Syndrome, if you will, when others choose to rebel.

Is it a strong spiritual connection that makes one more likely to stand up against the status quo, and if so, does ones inability to do so equate to spiritual death?


It’s not enough to say, ‘Meh, I took the vaccine, so my rights are good.’ Or, ‘Women’s rights don’t pertain to me.’ The fight is about bodily autonomy, for one and all.

In order to classify as fully vaccinated with these current options, people will require yearly indefinite boosters. With every passing day we learn more about the limited efficacy and the suppressed associated adverse reactions, some deadly. Are you willing to play Russian Roulette a few times a year, ad infinitum?

Approach things from a different angle. We’re not only talking about your cousin with authority issues that wont get vaccinated, it is about your children’s right not to be coerced to take an ineffective and dangerous shot so they can play sports or go to university.

Informed consent has not happened here, not for a single Canadian. You deserve to know the truth about the probability that you and/or your children will eventually be harmed, that is, if you have been lucky enough not to be damaged already. We must fight for these rights before they are completely gone.


Let music help to motivate your inner rebel, and enjoy Bob Marley’s Get Up Stand Up, where the video is made of clips put together from fan entries.


Have you ever been apart of a protest before? If not, is there any issue that you feel passionate enough about to take to the streets in rebellion?

Blog Roll, Comic Strip, politics

What Do You Mean Canadians Don’t Have Freedom? | A Peachy Books Comic Strip

Creating a comic strip about the hypocrisy of some Canadians was not only enjoyable but was an effective way to vent some of my unrelenting frustrations with my fellow Countrymen.

With the continued erosion of rights and freedoms in the True North and hearing the unrelenting question, ‘What do you mean Canadians don’t have freedom?’ I thought it was time for another cartoon to answer the question with visual representation.

Please feel free to share this on your social media sites as we attempt to help our friends, family, and neighbours understand what is happening to this beautiful and once-free nation that our ancestors fought so hard to preserve. 


Is bodily autonomy important to you? Do you see it as a right?