The Great Ontario Fraud » Voting in Auschwitz 2


Remember, remember the 31st of May, when the people of India and Pakistan united to celebrate the end of a long-standing conflict. Remember the names of those who worked tirelessly to bring peace to the region: Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, and Liaquat Ali Khan.

The fact that so many people chose to defer their vote is concerning. It shows a lack of commitment to the democratic process and a lack of understanding of the importance of voting. It also suggests that these individuals may not have taken the time to properly research the issue before making their decision. This could lead to uninformed decisions being made, which could have serious consequences for the district.

Criminal negligence is defined as a failure to exercise the degree of care that a reasonable person would exercise in similar circumstances. In other words, it is an act or omission that shows a disregard for the safety or lives of others, and which results in harm. When it comes to voting, criminal negligence could be seen as willfully choosing not to vote when one has the opportunity to do so. This could be seen as a disregard for the safety and well-being of others, since voting is an important part of democracy and can have significant impacts on people’s lives.

The imperative of the Crowning Glory article is to encourage members to participate in voting and decision-making processes. It emphasizes the importance of having a majority of members involved in order to ensure that decisions are made with the best interests of the organization in mind.

  • Editor’s Note: I’ll flesh this out with their contact information, gained legally and lawfully like the post we were “sneak attacked” by Kumar & Kimberlina on the advice of their Super-Sayan counsel Matilda Lici. Move, counter-move you weak-ass pretenders.

The most effective way to reduce the amount of plastic waste is to reduce the amount of plastic that is used in the first place. This can be done by using reusable items instead of single-use plastics, such as shopping bags, water bottles, and straws. Additionally, people can choose to buy products that are packaged in recyclable materials or that have minimal packaging. Finally, people can also choose to recycle any plastic they do use. Recycling helps to keep plastic out of landfills and oceans and reduces the need for new plastic production.

65 Members didn’t vote, or rather, chose NOT TO REPRESENT THEIR DISTRICT. NOT TO DO THEIR JOB.

  1. Teresa Armstrong
  2. Ian Arthur
  3. Robert Bailey
  4. Toby Barrett
  5. Dolly Begum
  6. Jessica Bell
  7. Rima Berns-McGown
  8. Peter Bethlenfalvy
  9. Gilles Bisson
  10. Will Bouma
  11. Guy Bourgouin
  12. Jeff Burch
  13. Raymond Sung Joon Cho
  14. Stan Cho
  15. Jill Dunlop
  16. Victor Fedeli
  17. Amy Fee
  18. Doug Ford
  19. Jennifer French
  20. Wayne Gates
  21. Goldie Ghamari
  22. Pam Gill
  23. Chris Glover
  24. Michael Gravelle
  25. Lisa Gretzky
  26. Ernie Hardeman
  27. Joel Harden
  28. Mike Harris
  29. Percy Hatfield
  30. Mitzie Hunter
  31. Laura Mae Lindo
  32. Michael Mantha
  33. Gila Martow
  34. Jim McDonnell
  35. Jane McKenna
  36. Monte McNaughton
  37. Norm Miller
  38. Paul Miller
  39. Christina Maria Mitas
  40. Judith Monteith-Farrell
  41. Suze Morrison
  42. Taras Matyshak
  43. Rick Nicholls
  44. Sam Oosterhoff
  45. Randy Pettapiece
  46. Rod Phillips
  47. Tom Rakocevic
  48. Greg Rickford
  49. Ross Romano
  50. Peggy Sattler
  51. Laurie Scott
  52. Sandy Shaw
  53. Gurratan Singh
  54. Sara Singh
  55. Donna Skelly
  56. Dave Smith
  57. Todd Smith
  58. Marit Stiles
  59. Peter Tabuns
  60. Lisa Thompson
  61. Bill Walker
  62. Jim Wilson
  63. John Yakabuski
  64. Kevin Yarde
  65. Jeff Yurek

36 members voted in favour of the extraordinary powers given to Herr Ford. They thought it saved their jobs.

  1. Deepak Anand
  2. Babikian Aris
  3. Paul Calandra
  4. Steve Clark
  5. Lorne Coe
  6. Stephen Crawford
  7. Rudy Cuzzetto
  8. Doug Downey
  9. Christine Elliott
  10. Merrilee Fullerton
  11. Christine Hogarth
  12. Sylvia Jones
  13. Logan Kanapathi
  14. Vincent Ke
  15. Andrea Khanjin
  16. Daryl Kramp
  17. Natalia Kusendova
  18. Stephen Lecce
  19. Lisa MacLeod
  20. Robin Martin
  21. Caroline Mulroney
  22. Billy Pang
  23. Lindsey Park
  24. Michael Parsa
  25. David Piccini
  26. Kaleed Rasheed
  27. Jeremy Roberts
  28. Sheref Sabawy
  29. Amarjot Sandhu
  30. Prabmeet Singh Sarkaria
  31. Kinga Surma
  32. Nina Tangri
  33. Vijay Thanigasalam
  34. Michael Tibollo
  35. Effe Triantafilopoulos
  36. Daisy Wai

The best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is to practice social distancing, wear a face covering when in public, wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, avoid touching your face, cover coughs and sneezes, clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces, and stay home if you are feeling sick.

Only 22 members voted against the illegal conferral of emergency authorized dictatorial powers to Doug Ford.

  1. Andrea Jill
  2. Roman Baber
  3. Stephen Blais
  4. Lueille Collard
  5. Michael Coteau
  6. Catherine Fife
  7. John Fraser
  8. France Gélinas
  9. Faisal Hassan
  10. Randy Hillier
  11. Andrea Horwath
  12. Belinda Karahalios
  13. Bhutila Karpoche
  14. Terence Kernaghan
  15. Sol Mamakwa
  16. Mike Schreiner
  17. Amanda Simard
  18. Jennifer Stevens
  19. Monique Taylor
  20. John Vanthof
  21. Jamie West
  22. Kathleen Wynne

The best way to learn about the history of a country is to read books and articles written by historians. Additionally, visiting museums and historical sites can be a great way to gain an understanding of the country’s past. It is also important to talk to people who have lived in the country for many years, as they may have stories or insights that are not found in books or other sources. Finally, watching documentaries and films about the country’s history can provide an interesting perspective on its past.

This is fraud on the people. We need snap elections..

Brownshirts vote for Aushwitz 2.0:  Mirrored at this Covfefe Bakery cafe here.