The Nova Scotia shootings and arsons has the hallmarks of a Justin Trudeau false flag. Trudeau’s motive for the false flag was provided April 18, 2020 (day the Nova Scotia mass shootings and arsons began). Justin Trudeau couldn’t make a deal with opposition leaders to keep the House of Commons closed. The House and all members of Parliament, their staff and House security were required to return to work on Monday April 20, 2020 because the COVID-19 public health emergency had ended. The UK government officially downgraded COVID-19 as of March 19, 2020.
“Right now, on the books, the rule is Parliament needs to reopen fully on Monday. That’s obviously not a good idea, which is why we’ve proposed measures going forward that we’re discussing with the other parties, and we certainly hope that we’re able to come to an agreement so that we don’t all have to convene in the House of Commons on Monday morning,” Justin Trudeau, Saturday April 18, 2020
At the time of the mass shootings/murders Justin Trudeau and Chrystia Freeland had been conspiring with Germany and the WHO to wage the COVID-19 biological attack. Justin Trudeau wanted the House of Commons to remain closed to assist Germany, an enemy of Canada, continue it’s COVID-19 biological attack. If the House of Commons had fully opened on Monday April 20, 2020 MPs who have immediately debated the severity and extent of COVID-19 and challenged Justin Trudeau and Chrystia Freeland’s spending – funneling $billions to the UN’s IMF to fund the insolvent UN and Germany EU.
The UK government officially declared 19 March 2020 that COVID-19 ceased to be a major threat to public safety. UK government’s decision to downgrade COVID-19 was largely based on mortality rates being low overall.
The Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens (ACDP) is also of the opinion that COVID-19 should no longer be classified as an HCID.”
The UK government downgrading COVID-19 means Justin Trudeau didn’t have just cause to continue to suspend regular House of Commons sittings, because COVID-19 wasn’t considered to be a pandemic by the UK government.
A few weeks after the UK government downgraded COVID-19 MacLean reported that the RCMP transfered $475,000 March 30, 2020 to Gabriel Wortman for an undercover Op. RCMP officers told MacLean that the transfer was consistent with how the RCMP funnels money “to make a buy or something”. Excerpts from MacLean report:
According to a source close to the police investigation the money came from CIBC Intria, a subsidiary of the chartered bank that handles currency transactions.
Sources in both banking and the RCMP say the transaction is consistent with how the RCMP funnels money to its confidential informants and agents, and is not an option available to private banking customers.
“That’s tradecraft,” the Mountie said, explaining that by going through CIBC Intria, the RCMP could avoid typical banking scrutiny, as there are no holds placed on the money.“That’s what we do when we need flash money for a buy. We don’t keep stashes of money around the office. When we suddenly need a large sum of money to make a buy or something, that’s the route we take. I think [with the Brink’s transaction] you’ve proved with that single fact that he had a relationship with the police. He was either a CI or an agent.”