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Congratulations to Cary Medical Center’s 2021 New Year’s Baby, Octavia Nanci Jasmin and her parents, Samantha and James Jasmin from Fort Fairfield.  Octavia was the first baby born at Cary for the New Year on Monday, January 4, at 11 a.m.  Cary photo

 

 

Potato Blossom Festival Receives Grant Money; Plans Moving Forward for 2021 Festival in Fort Fairfield

 

By:  Cheryl Boulier

Fort Fairfield Journal, December 16, 2020

 

   As Director of the Maine Potato Blossom Festival, I'm excited to announce that we have been awarded $10,000 in grant funding from the Maine Office of Tourism. This grant is targeted as a Marketing Grant and will enable us to promote the Festival in a much broader area overall which we hope will attract more visitors to not only our Festival but to our area as well.

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Winners Named in Fort Fairfield’s

Home Decorating Contest

 

By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal, December 30, 2020

   The winning for the Third Annual Celebration of Lights Home Decorating contest were recently announced by the Fort Fairfield Quality of Place Council, who organized the event.

   Winners were;

 

1st Place:   57 Presque Isle St.

2nd Place:  38 High St.

3rd Place:   45 Fort Hill St.

 

   Prizes were larger than years' past.  First Place received a $500 Mapleton Oil gift certificate donated by Greenlaw Electric.  Second Place received a $200 Boondocks gift card and Third place received $100 for One of a Kind Flower & Gift Shop. The 2nd & 3rd place prizes were donated by Machias Savings Bank.

   “We had a record number of entries this year and our judges really had their work cut out for them with so many beautiful displays,” said Tim Goff, from FFQPC.  “We appreciate everyone who participated and pitched-in this year and are already looking at ways to build upon what we were able to accomplish this year.”

 

 

 

 

Fort Fairfield Journal Television has produced a 10 minute documentary describing how the narrative, policies and procedures surrounding COVID-19 have morphed into a de facto global religion. You may click on the links to rumble or YouTube at the top of this page to access this video.

Sam Clockedile Promoted to

Assistant V.P. at Katahdin Trust

 

December 30, 2020

HOULTON, Maine – Katahdin Trust, a community bank founded in 1918 serving northern Maine and the greater Bangor and Portland regions, has announced the promotion of Sam Clockedile to Assistant Vice President, Marketing Officer. In his new role, Sam will continue to be responsible for the implementation of marketing campaigns, promotions, and community relations efforts for all sixteen locations of Katahdin Trust.

   “With Sam’s ten years of bank marketing experience at Katahdin Trust, he delivers a wealth of industry knowledge,” said Krista K. Putnam, Senior Vice President, Marketing of Katahdin Trust.

 

 

 

Globally, Doctors Issue Warning Against Accepting the COVID-19 Vaccine

 

By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal, December 30, 2020

 

   Despite all the glory and fanfare of the mainstream media's gala rollout of the much anticipated COVID-19 superstar vaccine, there are many doctors around the world who are skeptical of its safety and effectiveness since past attempts at coronavirus vaccines similar to this one had met with catastrophic failures in all the animal test subjects in the trials. 

   The current COVID-19 coronavirus vaccine completely skipped animal trials and went directly into human trials - an unprecedented move.  Also, the COVID-19 vaccine departs from traditional vaccine technology by using a process that re-engineers the RNA of human cells to manufacture portions of the COVID-19 virus inside of the recipients' own cells.  The long-term effects of genetically modifying humans in this way has never been studied because this vaccine technology is so new and never used in humans before at the scale COVID-19 is being forced into.

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Significant EU Trade Victory for

Maine Lobster Clears Final Hurdle

 

December 30, 2020

DISTRICT of COLUMBIA—U.S. Senator Susan Collins welcomed the finalization of the agreement to eliminate tariffs on live and frozen American lobster, which will help to substantially boost sales of Maine lobster to European markets.  The deal was solidified following President Trump signing a proclamation.  Senator Collins strongly advocated for this agreement and raised the concerns of Maine’s lobster industry directly to the White House and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer.

   Several years ago, the European Union was a top destination for American lobster, accounting for approximately 15 to 20 percent of annual lobster exports.  In 2017, the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) was implemented between Canada and the European Union, reducing tariffs to zero on live Canadian lobsters and eliminating tariffs over a period of several years on frozen and processed Canadian lobsters. 

 

 

 

 

Facebook “Fact Checkers” Censor U.S. CDC

and British Medical Journal Reports

 

 

A picture of a Fort Fairfield Journal story about face masks recently circulated in the Facebook echo chamber only to be labeled “false information” by Facebook’s Soviet-style communist “fact checkers.”  The irony is the article simply cited publicly available reports from the U.S. CDC and British Medical Journal, among others.  So, the Facebook “fact checkers” must have ignored those reports and the hyperlinks to them, included in the story, in order to label it “false information.”    

   Fort Fairfield Journal has never had a Facebook account. 

   A  censorship-free social media platform at www.mewe.com is now gaining former Facebook users who are leaving the communist censoring Facebook platform for a place where the freedom of speech and expression and free exchange of ideas still has value and is encouraged.

   Meanwhile, a video documentary version of that story is still on WFFJ-TV’s YouTube channel with nearly 9,000 views.   Ref: www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYRuOzDdazU

 

 

 

COVID-19 Was One of the Least Causes of Death for Mainers in November

 

Bangor Daily News Presents Maine’s 67 COVID-19 Deaths out of Context with Sensationalized Front Page Headline

 

By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal

December 16, 2020

 

   The Bangor Daily News, Maine’s statewide daily newspaper, published a front page story on December 2, 2020 extolling the [alleged] 67 deaths from COVID-19 in Maine during November as record-setting.

   The article, written by Charles Eichacker focused entirely on deaths attributed to COVID-19 but was silent on Heart Disease, which killed around five times the number of Maine’s COVID-19 victims during the same time period.

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Maine loggers praise inclusion of $200 Million for Timber Harvesters and Haulers in Approved COVID-19 Relief Package

 

December 30, 2020

AUGUSTA – The Professional Logging Contractors (PLC) of Maine cheered the announcement late Monday that $200 million in aid for timber harvesters and haulers has been included in an approved bipartisan $900 billion COVID-19 relief package, and credited Maine’s congressional delegation, led by the efforts of U.S. Senator Susan Collins and U.S. Representative Jared Golden, for working to ensure the logging industry was not left out of this latest round of federal assistance.

   The aid will go to timber harvesting and hauling businesses that have, because of the COVID–19 pandemic, experienced a loss of not less than 10 percent in gross revenue during the period beginning on January 1, 2020, and ending on December 1, 2020, as compared to the gross revenue of the eligible entity during the same period in 2019.

   The aid package was approved by the U.S. House and Senate Monday evening. President Donald Trump was expected to sign it.

 

 

Deschesne Self-Publishes First Book in Paperback

 

Fort Fairfield Journal editor/publisher, David Deschesne has published his first book in paperback entitled, In the Beginning: Reconciling Quantum Physics with the Biblical Story of Creation.

   The book started as a series of editorials published in Fort Fairfield Journal in 2014 - 2015 which looks at the Biblical story of Creation through the lens of quantum physics instead of the literal/historical perspective most establishment religious organizations use today.

   From the book description on the back cover,  “Quantum physics is the study of waves and particles that are smaller than the size of what we perceive as atoms.  In the realm of protons, neutrons, electrons, quarks and neutrinos, scientists have found that what we perceive as a solid, physical reality is made up mostly of empty space.  Solid, liquid, gas and even light are all constructs built by our conscious mind as it perceives from the infinite sea of probability waves a reality that we believe to be tangible and separate from us when in fact it appears to all be in our minds.  The ancient Egyptians called this "sea," Nu, out of which all creation sprang forth.  The Hebrews called it, mayim.

   Quantum physics has its waves and in the opening of Genesis there is a lot of talk about water.  Taken literally as liquid H2O the story makes little sense.  But, when one delves into the symbolic use of the word in Hebrew, mayim, which also reaches back to ancient Egypt and their belief systems, it appears that the "waters" is referring to that sea of probability waves out of which all is  constructed for us to experience.  Quantum Physics has shown there is no time, space or tangible solids external to the conscious observer - they are all constructs of the mind.  This is the realm where God - or the Divine Mind - exists.  This book explains these concepts in practical, layman terms most solid readers will be able to grasp.  For those with an inquisitive, open mind this will be an intriguing analysis of the two fields of study - quantum physics and the Bible.”

    The 184 page book, which features two parts: a primer in Quantum Physics in the first part and the central thesis in the second; an index; appendix and bibliography, is printed and bound and self-published by Deschesne in Fort Fairfield, Maine in order to bypass the editorial control and censorship extant in so many woke book publishers today.

   Over six years in the making, the book was finalized in September, 2019, reprint permission from cited works received over the spring/summer of 2020 and the copyright application submitted in December. 

   Rather than approach the Creation story in Genesis as a literal/historical account, Deschesne shows how it can be viewed from a scientific perspective with all of the rich imagery of the original Hebrew seeming to correlate metaphorically with the fundamentals of quantum physics that have only been unveiled to the scientific community over the past one hundred years.

    The book is available at Bookmart, in Fort Fairfield for $15.95.  Mail orders are being accepted for those outside the area.  Send $20.00 cash, check or money order to Fort Fairfield Journal, 252 Main Street, Fort Fairfield, Maine 04742.  Contact David Deschesne via email: david@fortfairfieldjournal.com for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

Presidential Election Muddled by Democrats in Key States

 

Establishment, Left-Wing Media Continues to Ignore all the Evidence

 

By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal

December 16, 2020

 

   The 2020 U.S. Presidential election has turned into a complete train wreck as corrupt Democrat election officials in several key battleground states purposefully and overtly skewed the results to create the illusion of a presidential win for Joe Biden as President Trump was steamrolling toward a landslide victory on election night.

    The legal team for President Trump, led by former New York mayor, Rudy Giuliani and attorney Jenna Ellis have amassed mountains of evidence and over 1,000 affidavits from witnesses who testify to the corrupt and illegal activities done by Democrat poll officials and election clerks on the evening of November 3 and the following days spent in the counting rooms with the ballots.

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National News

 

U.S. FDA Admits They’ll Be Using Americans as Veritable Lab Rats for COVID-19 Vaccine Long-Term Tests

 

By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal

December 16, 2020

 

   According to a U.S. FDA document entitled, Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee October 22, 2020 Meeting Presentation it was essentially admitted that the long-term safety trials of the new COVID-19 vaccine will be done in Americans who will either voluntarily accept the experimental vaccine, or be forced into it by their State government’s mandate.

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U.S. CDC Has Developed Plans for COVID-19 “Concentration Camps” to Imprison Americans

 

 

The Response to a Virus only Slightly more Deadly than Seasonal Flu is Taking on Twilight Zone Levels of Insanity

 

By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal

December 16, 2020

 

   A paper published by the U.S. CDC in July, 2020 outlines plans and ideas for developing “concentration camp” style containment facilities for those who are at high risk for catching COVID-19, but are not yet infected.

   The paper, entitled; “Interim Operational Considerations for Implementing the Shielding Approach to Prevent COVID-19 Infections in Humanitarian Settings1 camouflages the term “concentration camp” in the more benign sounding “green zone.”

   According to the CDC document, the Shielding Approach was inspired by a paper authored by C. Fava from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

   The CDC document describes three types of camp settings where so-called “high risk” individuals would essentially be imprisoned for the duration of the pandemic.  These veritable prisons, called “green zones” would be established at a graduated level from Household Level, to Neighborhood Level and Camp/Sector Level.

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BUILD BACK BETTER

Code Phrase for Wealthy Globalist Elites Hi-Jacking the World Economy

and Stealing Everyone’s Property and Wealth

 

How COVID-19 Lockdowns were Designed to Usher In a World Where Private Property and Small Business will be Obliterated and Globalist Oligarchs in Control of All Wealth

 

By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal, December 30, 2020

 

   Under the guise of addressing the elusive and non-scientifically provable “climate change,” oligarchs and left wing politicians are using the contrived COVID-19 crisis as a planned and orchestrated move to shift the global economy away from private property and private business to one built on the wealthy elites owning everything and the general public being forced to rent from them whatever products or property they need at the time.

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U.S. Suffering Under PCR Test "Casedemic"

PCR “Positive” Case Hysteria Causing More Harm to Society than the COVID-19 Coronavirus

 

How the Governments Misuse PCR Tests;

Corporate Media Misreports on them; and

the Public Misunderstands the Entire Data

 

By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal,

December 16, 2020

 

   In the ongoing Catastrophization of COVID-19 narrative, the Bangor Daily News recently headlined an AP story entitled, “U.S. virus deaths top 3,100 in one day for 1st time.”

   What’s lost in the AP article is the fact that, according to the U.S. CDC, 55,000 people die in the United States every week from all causes.  With highly sensitive and improperly deployed PCR testing going on in the U.S., many people are testing “positive” for the virus when theirs may be the result of a hypersensitive test triggering positive on non-infectious viral fragments.  The New York Times recently conducted a study that found up to 90% of positive COVID-19 PCR tests in at least three states should have been listed as negative due to this quirk in the test.

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Maine News

 

 

FOIA Request Submitted to Maine Sec. of State’s Office for Facebook Info

 

Fort Fairfield Journal

December 1, 2020

AUGUSTA, Maine – Rep. Richard Cebra (R-Naples) is seeking to learn whether Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s Center for Election Innovation and Research and Rock the Vote had access to sensitive data on individual Maine citizens in order to influence Maine’s 2020 election.

   Rep. Cebra has submitted a request to the Maine Secretary of State’s Office under Maine’s Freedom of Access law for any communications and/or agreements between the Maine Secretary of State (all bureaus), the Center for Election Innovation and Research, and/or any of its’ subsidiary organizations. The request includes communications with “Rock the Vote.”

   “I am interested in learning whether or not the Maine Secretary of State’s Office and/or Rock the Vote received money to generate access to sensitive data on individual Maine citizens,” said Rep. Cebra. “I am hopeful that the election issues being raised across the country did not occur in Maine. However, widespread claims of voter fraud in “battleground” states, combined with censorship by big tech and the media on any reporting of these allegations, leads me to want to make sure.”

   Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s contributed $400 million to the Center for Election Innovation and Research, which actively distributed funds in areas now subject to numerous private, state and federal lawsuits regarding the 2020 Presidential election.

   Rock the Vote entered into information-sharing contracts with Pennsylvania and Michigan. Rep. Cebra’s Freedom of Information Act request seeks to see if Maine entered into a similar contract to provide front-end access to voter rolls.

 

K9s Morgan, Ruby Retiring After Decorated Career With The Maine Warden Service

 

AUGUSTA, Maine -- At the end of this month, the Maine Warden Service will be saying goodbye to two very special members of the Maine Warden Service who are retiring.

   Game Warden K9 Ruby and Warden K9 Morgan are retiring after a combined 19 years of service, over 30 human search and rescue finds, numerous evidence finds and multiple honors between them.

   “Morgan and Ruby have been tremendous assets for the Maine Warden Service and the state of Maine,” said Maine Warden Service Corporal Lucas Bellanceau, “Each of them served a distinguished career, bringing closure to some families and saving multiple lives.”

   After ten years of service, K9 Ruby will be retiring. K9 Ruby began her career with Corporal Dave Chabot patrolling the greater Androscoggin County area in Central Maine. Over her career, ruby is credited with over 20 human search and rescue finds, along with numerous evidence finds in fish and wildlife investigations that led to criminal prosecutions. K9 Ruby also assisted various law enforcement agencies by locating critical evidence in evidence searches including several homicides and several criminal shootings. K9 Ruby and Corporal Chabot were awarded the 2013, 2014, and 2019 Maine Warden Service K9 Search and Rescue awards, as well as the 2011 and 2017 Maine Warden Service K9 conservation case of the year awards.

   “I know that K9 Ruby will enjoy her well-deserved retirement with Corporal Chabot and family,” said Bellanceau.

   K9 Morgan is in her final month of a nine-year career serving the state of Maine. Morgan began her career in 2011 as a search and rescue K9 in western Maine with Game Warden Kris MacCabe. K9 Morgan is credited with 10 human search and rescue finds, and had numerous evidence finds in fish and wildlife investigations that led to criminal prosecutions. Morgan and MacCabe were also honored with the 2015 Maine Warden Service K9 conservation case of the year. Over her career, Morgan and MacCabe made countless public appearances including many episodes of Animal Planets “North Woods Law”.

   “K9 Morgan has earned a well-deserved retirement at home with Warden MacCabe and his family,” said Bellanceau.

   You can learn more about the Maine Warden Service K9 team at mainegamewarden.com/k9.

 

Two Arrested in Shooting Incident

 

ROBBINSTON, Maine - Two men are facing charges that stemmed from an incident that occurred in Robbinston.

   On Dec. 19, 2020, at approximately 1:48 p.m., Maine State Police from Troop J and Detectives from Major Crimes Unit North responded to a shooting that occurred outside of a home in Robbinston. According to investigators, the shooting occurred during a family fight. During the initial call, Maine State Police were assisted by US Border Patrol, Washington County Sheriff’s Office, Calais Police Department, and the Maine Warden Service.

   As a result of the investigation, Joshua Styles, 34, of Robbinston, was arrested on Dec. 22, 2020, for reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon. Additionally, Jaycee Styles, 25, of Robbinston, was also arrested and charged with domestic violence assault on Dec. 22, 2020. Jaycee Styles was transported to Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center with what are considered non-life-threatening injuries, and he is expected to recover. Both have bailed out and anticipate a court date in February 2021. This is still an active investigation and no further details are available at this time.

 

Fatal Crash in Jonesboro

 

JONESBORO, Maine - On December 23, 2020, at approximately 12:23 p.m., Washington County Sheriff’s Deputies and the Maine State Police responded to a fatal crash on Old Route 1 in Jonesboro involving a single vehicle and single occupant. The operator of a gray 1989 Mercedes-Benz, Devin Lee, 23 of Milbridge, died as a result of his injuries. Lee was traveling North at the time of the crash.

   Corporal Micah Perkins responded as the primary investigator and was assisted at the scene by Sergeant Jeff Ingemi, Trooper Keith York, Trooper Josh Lander, and Washington County Sheriff’s Department.

   Speed is a factor in this crash. Lee was not wearing a seatbelt.

   Machias Ambulance, Jonesboro Fire Department, and Machias Fire Department also assisted. The investigation continues.

 

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Large Drone Aircraft Seen Flying Over Washburn

 

By:  David Deschesne

WASHBURN, Maine - A local Washburn man has said he observed what appeared to be a large Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (a/k/a/ “drone”) flying just over the treetops on the outskirts of Washburn after dark on the evening of November 6, 2020.

   He described the aircraft as about five feet in length, with the proper nighttime running lights and “whisper quiet.”

   It flew just above the treetops, stopped over a potato house and made a 90 degree turn while hovering in place.  It then proceeded to fly off toward the horizon where it eventually disappeared.  “It was so quiet that if I wasn’t outside at the time and looking up, I would have never known it was there,” the witness said.

   The size of this drone is intriguing since consumer and even professional drones that are designed with “helicopter” style rotor blades are nowhere near that physical size.  After reviewing the drones available for government and law enforcement surveillance purposes, this writer found that all published drones of that size are fixed-wing style aircraft with forward-facing propellers and thus unable to hover and make on-the-point 90 degree turns like a helicopter style drone aircraft.  Also, consumer and professional drone aircraft are not allowed by the FAA to be flown after dark without a special waiver for each instance.

   The witness, who chose not to be identified, is known by this writer and credibility cannot be questioned.  Therefore, it can only be speculated at this point that this type of aircraft must have been some type of beta test by the government - perhaps the U.S. Border Patrol, or the straggling outpost of airmen that are said to be still covertly stationed at the former Loring Air Force Base, which closed in 1993.

   Earlier this year, in January, sightings of large drone aircraft flying in formation were reported to have occurred, and witnessed by many people, in Colorado and Nevada.

 

 

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