Valentines for Humanity
It's Valentine's Day--hearts, flowers, sentimental cards, chocolates.
That's what we do, right? Valentine's Day traditionally is a time for showing affection and love toward a sweetheart or friend.
But, I think there's a much deeper meaning on this Valentine's Day, 2022.
To go back a bit, there are differing views on the origins of the holiday. The Catholic Church recognizes at least three different saints named Valentine or Valentinus, all of whom were martyred. The derivation and etymology of the word "valentine" actually stems from the Latin words valentia, meaning "strength" and valentem meaning "strong, stout, vigorous, powerful." Think of the modern words valor and valiant.
When you picture a valentine...it is typically a red heart. The heart is a symbol for love; and the color red symbolizes courage, beauty, and respect.
So, on this Valentine's Day, I think it's appropriate to honor our brothers and sisters around the world who are valiantly giving valentines to all of us by bravely standing up--not just against tyrannical government mandates--but for what is truly right and just for all humanity:
valuing of people over money;
full and truthful disclosure and transparency;
recognition that rights are God-given, not bestowed by governments;
the fact that governments derive their power from the consent of the governed.
This is what the Freedom Convoy and all of the other worldwide freedom movements are about.
Here's what those movements look like and what the global mainstream media doesn't want you to see:
UNITED KINGDOM, BELGIUM, NEW ZEALAND
That is what a real grassroots revolution looks like.
This is an exciting time to be alive.
We are here during the dawning of a new paradigm...the stirrings of a global awakening.
We are witnessing the birth of a TRUE new world order.
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!
There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.
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