New World Order: Armored UN trucks spotted beside Apotex, sparking fears of military takeover (VIDEO)
United Nations armored vehicles were found parked beside Apotex, the pharmaceutical company owned by the late Barry Sherman. Videos of the armored trucks have been circulating on Twitter, causing ‘Apotex’ to trend as a result.
According to the Dun and Bradstreet business directory, Apotex has a location at 440 Garyray Drive, the location where the videos were filmed. Apotex was founded by Barry Sherman. Sherman was a Canadian businessman and philanthropist who was chairman and CEO of Apotex Inc. Sherman was worth an estimated US$3.2 billion at the time of his death. His death was originally labelled a suicide, but a private investigation revealed it was murder. The case has never been solved, but some suspect Justin Trudeau may have ordered the assassination.
According to “Stranger than Fiction” News, there were UN “trucks” protecting Apotex. Multiple videos have confirmed the existence of these trucks. Some people have observed UN troops moving in and out of the facility. According to a source at Apotex, the UN is planning a military takeover of Toronto, and will use chemical weapons to subdue the population.
Many people, like Alex Jones, have been warning about a possible UN takeover of the United States and Canada. UN troops have been spotted all the across the United States, and have been spotted in Canada as well. The mainstream media has no interest in covering this story, and search engines are delisting media companies that report on UN troops or tanks in Canada.