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MEmeories Of A Canadian Revolution

I spent some time getting my frustrations out on Canva these past couple of weeks in what I like to call meme therapy. šŸ˜‚ A way to let off some steam and send messages to others looking for laughs, commiseration, and hope.

Memes are a clever way to make political commentary and have the potential to spread to many different audiences via the social media sites, using their own AI and hashtags. As criminal as big tech is, it’s here, so I would be remiss not to enlighten others to what is happening and have opted to use it back against those that control it and us, at least for as long as they’ll allow it.

In case it’s not clear and anyone was wondering, I have no allegiance to any party or group at this time, and feel it is most likely that they are all in it together anyway, no matter the political theatre they use to entertain us warring useful idiots in their audience. My loyalty is to my family and friends, and doing what I can to stand up to the loss of our eroding rights and freedoms. I take this stance as much for my son as for the generations to come.


Image of blue-collar protestors congregating in the streets surrounding commercial trucks and Canadian flags, that says: Anti-mandate protest, Toronto. This is where the Pro letari at

Lookin’ like a big ol’ winter jam in downtown Toronto during the anti-mandate protests of February 5th, 2022. Everyday Canadians standing up for their rights and freedoms and against tyrannical government overreach.


Image of Fred Flintstones clones walking in a trance into an awaiting space ship with the words saying Yabba. Dabba. Doo... Yabba. Dabba. Doo.... Yabba. Dabba. Don't! Resist! Break the spell and DO NOT COMPLY!!!

This episode of The Flinstones kept coming to mind whenever discussing the spell that I perceived those around me to be under regarding the CV narrative. I later came to find out this was mass formation psychosis, after hearing Belgian Professor of Clinical Psychology Dr. Mattias Desmet, speak about it on Peak Prosperity Podcast with Dr. Chris Martenson.


Image of Joe Biden and Justin Trudeau shaking hands while looking at the camera, with a backdrop of empty grocery store shelves  and a person behind them with an empty grocery cart, that says. "We did this." in quotations, and underneath a title saying: Medical Tyranny via Vaccine Mandates for Truck Drivers

I found this one and changed it up a bit. This happy pair manufactured our current crisis and forced this revolution. But for the inhumane mandates by these two, there would be no supply issues.


Image on the left of a Sir John A. MacDonald statue doused in red paint that says: This Statue of our first Prime Minister is defaced, juxtaposed by an image on the right of a Terry Fox statue wearing a flag around his neck, holding a flag on a pole and a sign saying Mandate Freedom, with the words above him saying: This statue of a Canadian hero is standing up to medical tyranny.

Many were quick to decry Terry Fox being desecrated in his flags and sign, yet I didn’t here those same people with any issues when Sir John A. MacDonald was destroyed. I’ll bet they didn’t even hear about it as it wasn’t reported much in the mainstream, unlike Terry with his cap here, who became the poster boy for the convoy on the corporate media channels worldwide.


Image of a Canadian standing on an overpass with two big rigs passing underneath, while flying a Canadian Flag on a hockey stick in salute overhead, with a title on top that says Truck Fudeau!!!

I saw this clever word play being repeated often in the livestream comment sections whilst watching the convoy roll in and had to borrow it.


Silhouette of a fighter in a punching stance with a sun setting in the back drop, and the words: You are confined only by the walls you build yourself. Resist!!! You can't comply your way out of tyranny! It's now or never.

Maybe a little cheesy, but I like it. Gives me that Sara Connor/Linda Hamilton vibe, and makes me want to go train outside with tractor tires and a skipping rope, even in the snow, haha.


Black silhouette of a group of people holding signs in protest with a white background, and a black title above saying: Resistance is the first step to change.

Resistance is the only way we have any hope of stopping this charging bull hell bent to reset us. The truckers, farmers, and peaceful protestors of Canada are making a difference, make your voice heard before it’s too late.


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From Lying Down in Silence to

Standing Up in Strength

I’ve been struggling to write a blog post for some time now. In fact, my last post was from early October, so it has been over three months. I had every intention of keeping up with weekly book reviews, and then I hit a wall.

It may be that I’d been producing too much. Spending every free moment away from my responsibilities as a wife and mother to either read or write reviews was wearing on me, if I’m honest. Sleep is imperative for my mental health and maintaining balance, and I wasn’t pulling it off.

I’m inclined to think it was mainly writer’s block. Of course, this is something that any creative person suffers from at times, but this felt different.

I realise now that I was feeling silenced, not stumped.

There was an immense pressure surrounding my blogging, as I felt the need to remain neutral and apolitical with the hopes of entertaining the widest audience. I’m not sure this is even attainable given the current state of the world and division amongst people. Everyone seems to be retreating to their echo chambers of identity, political and otherwise.

Public discourse is suffering. To communicate via the technocrats’ AI-run data mining sites is to sling insults at your perceived enemy who happens to disagree with your opinions, be damned manners, facts, or attempts to understand each other.

What I’ve been silently pining for is a place where people can talk about ideas with an open mind, sans hostility and anger. I don’t want to fight and be snarky. I want people to come together without fear of others’ judgement.

So this will be my second iteration of this blog. I’ve dressed it up a bit differently, and I’m changing my approach. I will add any book reviews that I might write, possibly publish some of my old ones from over a decade ago, but mainly I will create and post memes to help express all that I’m feeling within our current culture.

I would hope that any subscribers would like to stay and share in healthy discourse, but I understand if they would like to unfollow now that this is not exclusively a book blog. I would in no way be offended and completely understand.

I haven’t been reading too many books lately. Whatever focus I’ve been able to muster up has been reserved for the ongoing search for truth.

It feels like a pivotal time in the world. The rights and freedoms I was lucky to have and appreciative of as a Canadian over the last 40 years are now eroding for my son’s future. I won’t let that happen without a fight.

I’ve not felt hope in two years. I’ve observed the incessant gaslighting and authoritarianism coming from not just my government but those around the world, and I have been genuinely hopeless a lot of the time.

Then I heard about the trucker convoy, and there was a flutter in my chest as I can only imagine my internal pilot light must have reignited.

These brave Canadian truckers have organised a convoy to Ottawa and are blocking the city streets until Trudeau resigns or cancels all mandates.

I was thrilled once being made aware this was an anti-mandate movement where the vaccinated and the unvaccinated alike have come together for a common goal, this while our government and the MSM try continually to pit us against each other.

Canadians have had enough of being dictated by unscientific rules and regulations, having their business destroyed, and being treated like second-class citizens to the ruling elites. The latest polls show the majority are against the current restrictions, and are in favour of lifting the mandates, although our lying leader and his bought and paid for corporate news channels say otherwise. The truckers have the power to force the tyrants hand, and it has lit a fire across the world, as other nations organise their own convoys for freedom.

I have never been more proud of my country or her brave and patriotic people. Standing on an overpass in Ontario while the convoy plastered in Canadian flags passed beneath us, we waved our flags back and shook our handmade signs of hope and gratitude.

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After two years of avoiding strangers, we were all communing together with smiles of pure joy and togetherness. No one was afraid of another’s judgemental stare, although there were some rude comments from a few cars passing by.

I have never experienced anything like it in my life, and I don’t think I’ll soon forget what it felt like to be a part of history in the making, with my son by my side.

These are our ‘Why do we even need to be doing this anyway!’ faces.

So that’s it. I went from lying down in silence to finally finding my voice and standing up for my son’s future. I know I will lose some of you for my beliefs, and that’s okay. I would say the same thing that I have told those that I’ve lost in my personal life: I will be waiting with open arms when (if) you come around.

To see some of the memes that I have been sharing over the past few months please follow my Peachy Books pages on Facebook and/or Instagram.

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