B.C. antimask activists decry McDonald's, George Soros, and the official history of the Second World War

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      One of Vancouver's more vocal antimask advocates has made an unproven allegation about McDonald's restaurants.

      In a livestream over Facebook on February 27, Odessa Orlewicz alleged that "child meat" was found in the company's warehouses. She based her claim on an article she'd read and a documentary that she had seen.

      "Why is this not on every front page of every newspaper?" Orlewicz declared as she was doing the livestream on Hornby Street. "Why is this not on Global News? The coverup is so insane."

      There's been no independent confirmation of this by any government organization. Back in 2014, the fact-checking website Snopes declared that a claim of human meat in an Oklahoma City McDonald's outlet was false.

      Orlewicz hosts shows on Canadian Liberty Talks, which offers an online forum for other antimask advocates.

      She's also part of the "Great Reset Summit", which premieres live on March 2 on the librti.com site. It will feature various antimask campaigners, as well as People's Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier.

      This isn't the first time that Orlewicz has made startling allegations. In a Canadian Liberty Talks presentation, she talked about how there's a "crazy spiritual war" taking place—with elites infiltrating religions and trafficking children through tunnels.

      "And so the horrificness that we cannot believe is happening and we cannot believe how many people are involved in this—guys it all comes down to money," she said. "Money and fear. Briberies. Lies."  

      In addition, Orlewicz revealed earlier this month that she's a "sovereign citizen". In the tweet below, she talked about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau "kidnapping people".

      Orlewicz isn't the only antimasker who thinks elites are conspiring against the masses.

      Danielle Kinchella-Pistilli, who backed the recent Freedom Rally World event at the Vancouver Art Gallery, has alleged that six people own all the media in the world. Moreover, she purported on Facebook that the "horrible George Soros" is "one of the biggest puppeteers in this game".

      "He and the sick bastards that report to him have an awful agenda to control all of us and to also depopulate the planet," she claimed.

      Last year, the anti-hate organization ADL issued a report detailing the degree of online misinformation about Soros, who funds Open Society foundations.

      In a sample set of social-media messages, Soros was mentioned in "an astounding 39 percent of all tweets targeting Jewish incumbents that were labeled Problematic", the report stated.

      "These tweets push a series of debunked antisemitic conspiracy theories tied to Soros—namely, that Soros is funding and organizing the political careers of Jewish incumbents, the media, and BLM and Antifa protests in order to assert a Communist or 'Jewish supremacy' agenda in the United States," the report stated. 

      Another of Vancouver's antimaskers, Alicia Johnson, has also made disparaging comments about Soros—as well as the Rockefellers and the Rothschilds.

      "I didn't know that in 1913 the Rothschilds actually bought the United States of America," Johnson said on Bitchute.

      She added that "the U.S. Treasury is not owned by the U.S., it's owned by the Rothschilds."

      Yet another antimasker, Raoul Taylor van Haastert, has criticized "Zionist media".

      He's not alone in this belief. The Straight has previously reported that a man who led an antimask protest last year has declared that he's a "Holocaust disbeliever".

      "If you guys can't see the relation between what they did to Hitler and what they're doing to Donald J. Trump, I don't know what to tell you," Marco Pietro declared on his Facebook account.

      Meanwhile, of the 212 people identified by the ADL as being involved in the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, 52 have direct ties to right-wing extremist groups.

      Six were linked to the Oath Keepers, another 17 to the Proud Boys, and 14 to the QAnon conspiracy theory.

      QAnon believers are under the impression that Donald Trump will be inaugurated as U.S. president on March 4, according to Vox.