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Persecution of Opponents of U.S/NATO Narrative
Worldwide the U.S./NATO anti-Russia campaign of boycott, sanctions and delivery of war supplies to Ukraine to increase and prolong the suffering is creating very dangerous conditions for all. The hysteria against people of Russian descent or those who oppose what the U.S and NATO are doing has poisoned the atmosphere blocking people from their right to speak, to conscience and to investigate the facts and come to warranted conclusions without being browbeaten into conciliation with the war preparations of U.S./NATO to destroy Russia.
The Mayor of Munich demanded the chief conductor of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra Valery Gergiev, who is of Russian descent, denounce Russia and fall into line behind U.S./NATO expansion into eastern Europe to prepare conditions for the takeover of Russia or be fired. Gergiev refused to submit to the unjust demand to give up his right to conscience and was summarily dismissed.
As one of our readers wrote: “The Russian-born conductor of the Munich Orchestra is fired for not licking NATO’s boots while the notorious Herbert von Karajan, the darling of Hitler and the Nazi Party, led the Berlin Philharmonic for 35 years.”
Canadians must immediately become aware of the kinds of atrocities which the U.S./NATO war hysteria is unleashing by giving the green light to those in positions of power and privilege to attack people who refuse to submit to them and their beliefs. Such things must not be permitted and can be stopped if the people say No!
Canadians can and must refuse to be cowed into giving up their voices and conscience and the right to think for themselves, seek truth from facts and come to warranted conclusions based on their own investigation. Make sure no attacks are permitted on Russians in Canada or anywhere in the world. Say No! now, before the war hysteria the likes of which the Trudeau government and its ministers are drumming up takes over.
(TML Daily, posted March 3, 2022)