The first rule about culting? Steal money from the dumbest people you can find.
The second rule about cutting? Start a non-profit business or church to hide intentions and wash money.
Say hello to Canada’s newest cult, rising from the ashes of the #FluTruxKlan.
Ladies and gentlemen with an IQ above 11, please welcome “The United People Of Canada” to Canada’s Cult Scene!
A group calling itself the #UnitedPeopleOfCanada or TUPC, has only existed since March 24, yet somehow has $6M to purchase a heritage property in #Ottawa. Oh, & they call it the “embassy” & have ties to #FreeDumbConvoy – which they gaslight about https://t.co/1KnuHoVauu #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/P8wfb3gs2h
— Heather e^‑1/x^2🌻 (@HeatherMoAndCo) July 19, 2022
TUPOC.CA: “We believe that we have a shared responsibility to take action and provide service to others in our community – and globally. At The United People of Canada, we celebrate individuality, diversity and treat all people with respect. We are an up-and-coming network of community service club locations across Canada with the goal of making the world safer, kinder and more accessible.
We host community events, organize fundraising for global causes and local community enrichment projects, support and help promote local businesses, participate in community services, offer educational resources, and much more!
We believe that everyone has the capacity for change-making and when we stand together, united in the goal to make positive impacts around us, we create a more true and wonderful world for all.”
Cool, cool. A Generic write-up about being a fraternal group of nondescript people for nondescript conversations about nondescript things here to sell specific items while begging for donations? After spending 6 million on purchasing a historic 200-year-old church and then adorning it with red banners? HMMMM.
Great start for a cult church. Say nothing of your real intentions, say “everyone loves everyone,” then sell shit to everyone while begging for donations is a cult power move. It’s also great to get MILLIONS in convoy donations washed through the online church donation ruse, $500 at a time.
As always, the devil is in the details, and here’s what we know.
- TUPOC is an organization that didn’t exist until March 24
- They purchased St Brigid’s in Ottawa for 6 million
- William Comer is the director, and up until this gig, he was an Anon (hacker), according to our sources
- Comer used to run online campus programs across Canada
- TUPOC refuses to say where/how they got 6 million in 3 months or who paid for the building
- They have direct connections to several convoy organizers and patsies, including Tamara Lich
- They love their Nazi Imagery
The Othala Rune used in the TUPOC LOGO denotes white familial nobility "Noble Family Tree." It's Scandinavian in origin and banned Nazi imagery in Germany. Stealing the LOTR Gondor Logo is one thing, but the nazi rune really brings the cult church together.
1/2 https://t.co/Vswofd1AW9 pic.twitter.com/xy189gQUE2
— Dean Blundell (@ItsDeanBlundell) July 23, 2022
- They have a healthy merch shop and donation platform (easier to wash money as a church donation when you’re selling 20-dollar hightops for 250 bucks)
- It looks like TUPOC ‘borrowed’ Gondor’s Logo from Lord Of The Rings, which is something fascist Billionaire Peter Theil does all the time (at least 5 of his companies have LOTR names)
Zero style points for stealing Gondor's logo from LOTR. Fraudulent Jesus freaks hiding behind a new denomination to pay bad actors to sew division. Tax the shit out of them. pic.twitter.com/ZJ2JT2x8dx
— Dean Blundell (@ItsDeanBlundell) July 20, 2022
YAAASS, Kings, and Queens. TUPOC looks like a front for terrible people who want to do terrible things to this country and Canadian democracy.
The Theocratic Fascist Christian Church Of Canada has an ominous ring to it, and using their divisive intentions looks terrible on a website/pamphlet.
They know it, so it looks like they made sure to mention their first order of business was to hire a legal team to sue anyone (us) for suggesting they are a cult set up by dark money who hired the #FluTruxKlan’s treasurer’s unemployed dumb-as-a-stump husband to be a senior advisor.
OOOOOOHHHH. Sounds so loving. If Mr. Comer says the TUPOC church or “EMBASSY” is a safe space to have conversations, I find it odd that he wants to sue people for having conversations before they start. Maybe that’s just me.
William Comer is new to this, so he’s probably being told what to say.
My take, based on three days worth of research and conversations?
The people who are REALLY responsible for the convoy know they have run out of goodwill and runway, so this is their pivot. They are putting down roots in the nation’s capital for a reason.
TUPOC seems more like a bank/soup kitchen/drop-off center for Evangelical Convoy extremists and their fascist overlords.
They’re tired of driving from Alberta, Saskatchewan, and BC needed a place to call their own and CHILL when Jesus calls them to hang the Prime Minister every quarter.
They needed a makeover, and this is part of the makeover.
William Comer says otherwise:
Cool. I’m happy to be the author of a bad take, so I’m excited to see where and how William raised $6 million in 3 months to purchase a church in the heart of Ottawa. If it’s not convoy related, I’m happy to be wrong. Still, little William here isn’t being forthright about much, so I’m leaning toward him being an extremist doing the work of his theocratic asshole masters instead of TUPOC being about healing this country. A lack of transparency doesn’t lend itself to believability, so I’m doubtful TUOPC or William are on the up and up.
So does Bridgette, who sang like a bird and confirmed everything I wrote in this post. Bridgette was one of the original foot soldiers of the convoy, and she’s been done with it since the mandates were dropped.
Fuck, I love this game.
— Heather e^‑1/x^2🌻 (@HeatherMoAndCo) July 21, 2022
I guess we’ll have to wait and see, huh?
All my money (about $300) is on KKKONVOY CULT PIVOT.