What to Make of Those UN Vehicles Parked in Ontario?

ER Editor: First off, we’re perfectly aware that this twitter video clip posted on July 18, 2021 of 7 UN armored vehicles parked in the North York area of Toronto has been allegedly debunked, as in “a company making armored vehicles has a factory in the area anyway”. Which is entirely true. The website for this company making such vehicles is here: inkas.ca  This company says it manufactures vehicles to over 30 governments. It’s worth checking out its vehicle images. The company’s creepy motto is: To predict the future is to create it. Their street address is: 3605 Weston Rd, North York, ON M9L 1V7, Canada. The address of where these 7 UN armored vehicles have been spotted by the twitter user (@wolfvane) is 440 Garyray Drive. These two addresses are fairly close to each other (see map images below).

Here’s the tweet image, and we’re posting a few photos from the video in case this tweet gets pulled:

One twitter user claims it’s all been debunked, while another user makes an interesting reply that caught our attention:

The owners of the pharmaceutical company referred to in the tweet above were a Jewish couple named Dr. Barry and Honey Sherman, billionaire-philanthropist owners of the pharmaceutical company Apotex, which has (or had) several addresses in the area of Garyray Drive (see below). They were murdered in their home back in 2017; the murderers have still not been identified. Their company claims to fill 20% of all Canadian pharmaceutical prescriptions, and has global reach, especially in the development of R&D, generic drugs and ‘innovative pharmaceuticals’. See Barry and Honey Sherman were murdered by multiple killers, private investigators believe: source. Their site indicates they were capable of supplying a large range of pharmaceutical drugs to a sizeable international market; however, we are not able to determine if they supplied the drug hydroxychloroquine, as the twitter user claims.

The Apotex corporate offices are listed at 285 Garyray Drive; we cannot find out what the status of these premises is nor the identity of the current owners.

Here are the Apotex sites in the vicinity that show up in a search:

This is the location of the Inkas head office (image left), along with the address of where the UN vehicles were found, which the Twitter user claims belongs to this pharmaceutical company. We have to wonder why Inkas was using this location to park its vehicles, which is incredibly close to the Apotex-listed address on Garyray.

To claim that Inkas could have made such vehicles doesn’t explain why they are painted in UN colors. If it supplies vehicles to 30+ governments, then the UN could easily be a client. They could still be UN vehicles on Canadian soil, prepared for … what?
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This all constitutes proof of nothing, but at the current time, we believe such observations and possible connections should be taken very seriously. Especially given Blinken’s recent invitation to the UN to come onto US soil to investigate its alleged systemic racism. See Blinken Invites the U.N. to Investigate America. We know that Justin Castro Trudeau would be only too happy to oblige the globalists with this invasion of America, as would Doug Ford, premier of Ontario.
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3 Comments on What to Make of Those UN Vehicles Parked in Ontario?

  1. Thanks for this. With Blinken saying what he said, I’m not willing to assume automatically that these vehicles will be simply shipped somewhere else.

  2. Here’s a new research tool.
    http://www.registreentreprises.gouv.qc.ca/en/
    That’s the Quebec government’s “company registry”. It often has addresses outside of Quebec. APOTEC is in there if you click on “FIND AN ENTERPRISE” button to the right, fill in APOTEC, and check the box beside “Je reconnais avoir lu… blah blah blah”.

    You’ll then have a slew of listings for APOTEC. You have to take each one and see if it’s current or expired, and look for names of company administrators, and addresses. Maybe something useful will come up.

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