If our local group is traveling around the milkyway at 220km/s and our star is traveling 94.6km/s. Then our sun's speed is 314.6km/s through space in a counter clockwise motion as views from the galactic north pole.
The issue is once again - the speeds are relative to what? You have added in 94.6km/s, some value which you made up, for no apparent reason other than to illustrate that you do not understand what you are talking about.
Your inability to understand the issues is so great that once again I have to recommend that you visit someone in person and allow them to show you why your thinking is so muddled.
You don't seem to understand how parallax is performed and its limitations. No star on the other side of the galaxy is going to show a measurable displacement. As I showed with a calculation earlier, even stars 1000 light years away have a small displacement, one smaller than measurement uncertainty.
In the previous post I was laughing about how you posted a non-problem. Did you figure out the issue or not? My bet is that you did not.
The material you continue to babble about concerning red shifts is not related to parallax. You seem to be desperately trying to latch onto something for reasons that are not apparent.