“As long as the world shall last there will be wrongs, and if no man objected and no man rebelled, those wrongs would last forever”: Clarence Darrow
I have been following most or at least as much as I can of the hearings about the invocation of the Emergency Act by our dictator here in Canada.
Of the early witnesses it was pretty obvious that the original protest was a convoy of truckers and their supporters arriving in Ottawa from all over the country, starting from the west and supported along the entire route by thousands and thousands of people standing in the frigid Canadian winter to offer enthusiastic and loving support for their efforts.
What was that aim?
To protect the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
How was that being threatened?
The right to protect one’s own body from untested, experimental and unnecessary jabs; the right to work; the right to carry on a small or family business; the right to support our elders as they died; the right to an education, the right to family doctors who could and would practice medicine, not government voodoo, the right to meet and greet family and friends and soo much more were all being removed to support a fake plandemic which added greatly to our dictator’s family trust wealth.
I have just watched three days of ministers testifying and they all seem to be stressing the illegality of this convoy’s protest in Ottawa, and claiming how fearful they were of threats of violence against themselves. Wait a minute don’t they all have panic buttons now? Clearly, that brilliant idea failed. It also was not clear if those threats they feared so much were coming from annoyed Ottawa resident counter-protestors or peaceful truckers.
Funny how Senator Batters claimed in a speech to the Senate that she had never felt so safe walking in Ottawa as she had when the convoy was there; funny how well fed the homeless of Ottawa were with trailer loads of food for them and barbeques from which they could eat warm food; funny that the truckers cleared snow, collected garbage, protected statues and memorials, installed port-a-potties, held street hockey games, bouncy castles and dances to which everyone as welcome. So un-Canadian, so dangerous, so intimidating, so unfriendly and amazing that all those things threatened our MPs. Good grief.
I should point out that here in BC I too was threatened with the loss of my job by coercive mandates from puppet Alghabra and by ignorant PM hate speech (neither of which was ever charged under the criminal code) and which included the suggestion that there should not be room for me in Canada. I simply considered the petulant source and laughed, knowing for whom there should not be room in Canada as the WEF beckons.
Mendicino clearly was out of his depth and really had no clue what “Public Safety” should be nor the difference between peaceful protest where the only threat of violence came from the counter-protestors, and whose interest in meeting with the Convoy to find out what they wanted was absent.
Blair was simply waiting for the excuse to repeat his police actions in Toronto a few years ago and he was squirming in his seat in ecstasy when recalling the same sort of police action he created in Toronto during a G 20 meeting a few years ago. The man is gross and so insecure that he stumbles at great speed over his words. His reference to his belief that The Charter allows for peaceful protests is interesting in that he refers to a charter that to all intents and purposes no longer matters to his cabinet cohorts.
Also, Blair thought hate speech could inflame fear and spark violence – yes, I too was attacked by no lesser fear-monger than the PM and no one came to my rescue when I thought he might try to expel me from Canada (good luck) – however, as mentioned above I just considered the source and refrained from violence
LeBlanc used the word “illegal” 33 times to describe the convoy and added the “very dangerous” almost as many times. Dangerous to who one must ask? Who got hurt prior to the invoking of the EA?
Alghabra: Claims, as does the PM, that they were reelected on their proposed mandates on jabbing especially for the transport sector That is false – they were reelected in a minority as there was no viable alternative, but if the intention to cancel the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and abandon the Criminal Code on coercion and hate speech had been declared almost any alternative would have been chosen by Canadians. Perhaps it would be worth noting that his often-used expression of fear for violence did not materialize until the police used their Blair tactics of violence.
This minister met with every corporate organization concerned with making money on the backs of truckers who were supposed to get jabbed and came to Ottawa just wanting to have a discussion with him. No such luck as they were only important to be decried.
As the Canadian Truckers, Association and apparently the Teamsters Union were not supportive of this protest ( even though it was applauded by and copied by many other countries around the world) because they too are only interested in cash on the barrel head, next time the Minister of Transport and PM overstep their legal authorities as they almost certainly will, all truckers should book off simultaneous for vacations of at least 3 weeks. If only 75% did this oh boy, and no emergency act would help one little bit.
The summary of the ministers’ testimony to me is that the only players to be considered/meet with were police and levels of government but not the most important people: the Freedom Convoy. No one from the Federal government wanted to speak to their shortcomings concerning their representation of Canadians and their abandoning of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Strange thing that almost everyone has stated that the EA was invoked to stop blockades and an “illegal” occupation, yet when it was actually invoked the only problem was in Ottawa, and the violence so often expressed as being just below the surface finally came almost exclusively from the military police empowered by the EA.
Now I wait for the liar-in-chief to appear on Friday which I will watch on Saturday and maybe finish this if I can retain some sort of sanity.
Well yes, I did eventually get to watch the deputy PM (and WEF director) waste everyone’s time by explaining in greater detail than a child of 10 would require and not really answering any question with a straight answer and thereby limiting the number of questions that could be asked of her, and the evasiveness made me cringe. Again, we are given this image of impending violence from peaceful truckers who simply wanted to TALK or have a meeting with their federal government concerning the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and why it did not apply to Canadians anymore.
As for the PM even though he swore on a bible (WEF Version?) and gave the most important answers in French with no translation, I never doubted for a moment that he was lying about his desire to invoke the EA as he had wanted to invoke it for his plandemic a couple of years ago. Clearly, he wanted the ice broken so that whenever he loses control of a situation, he can invoke it again. It is sad that we have fallen so low not only in our own estimation but in that of the world as well. Must we be the laughingstock of the world? Yes, I guess so until we are actually and officially part of the WEF.
“Today is only one day but what will happen in all the days that will ever come can depend on what you do today.” Hemmingway
No matter how hard I try I cannot put myself into Trudeau’s way of thinking. I try to understand and allow others to have their own opinions, but when those opinions are based on a particular god, Klaus Schwab, and his WEF church, I have to wonder about the Christian concept of
“Treat thy neigbours as you would have them treat you”
Gone with the democracy and sovereignty we thought we had in Canada, I guess because there is no profit in it.
“If [fear of disease] justifies the suspension of liberties and the institution of an emergency state, then freedom and the rule of law will be permanently suspended.” ACLU
Jeremy 12th December 2022