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Truckers Still Bringing Canada’s Capital City of Ottawa to Standstill in Fight for Freedom

Truckers Still Bringing Canada’s Capital City of Ottawa to Standstill in Fight for Freedom

Saskatchewan premier lifts provincial vaccine requirements as PM Trudeau gets new nickname: Cut-and-Run Justin.

Protesters against a vaccine mandate for truckers crossing the US-Canada border have brought Canada’s capital city of Ottawa to a standstill for another day.

Sadly, it appears that infiltrators may have managed to wreak some havoc on what has been a very peaceful event.

Police have started investigations after several incidents, including the appearance of swastika flags and footage of a woman dancing on the tomb of the unknown soldier.

Defence Minister Anita Anand said the incidents were “beyond reprehensible”.

Ottawa police said in a Twitter post that “several” investigations were now under way into the “desecration” of a number monuments in the capital city, as well as “threatening/illegal/intimidating behaviour to police/city workers and other individuals and damage to a city vehicle”.

Conservative media and supporting groups have been documenting these disruptions and false flag operations. Rewards for information have been posted.

The Saskatchewan premier has now written a letter of support for the truckers and is demanding an end to vaccine mandates.

In the letter, Premier Scott Moe also called for an end to the vaccination mandates for truckers to cross the Canadian border.

“Because vaccination is not reducing transmission, the current federal border policy for truckers makes no sense,” Moe said. “An unvaccinated trucker does not pose any greater risk of transmission than a vaccinated trucker.”

Moe stated that he is fully vaccinated and believes in the COVID-19 vaccine’s ability to “prevent people from becoming seriously ill.”

He encouraged everyone to get vaccinated but recanted his position on the vaccination mandates, saying they are an economic liability.

“The current federal policy does pose a significant risk to Canada’s economy and to the supply chain in our Saskatchewan communities,” Moe wrote. “This federal policy will increase the cost of living, which is now rising at a rate that is creating significant hardship for many Canadians.”

Meanwhile, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has now earned a new nickname after he fled with his family to a secure area: Cut-and-Run Justin.

Disdainful media, of course, spent days warning of violence to come and searched supporters’ messages for evidence of racism. “ ‘So many angry people’: Experts say online conversation around trucker convoy veering into dangerous territory” read a CTV News headline. CBC, Canada’s PBS and NPR, called Saturday’s protest “a raucous demonstration that has police on high alert for possible violence even as organizers urge the crowd to be peaceful.” Police said that night that “no incidents of violence or injuries” were reported and no protesters faced charges.

The elite media also paint the protesters as stupid hicks, claiming they don’t understand that provincial governments all have restrictions that Ottawa can do nothing about. But Saskatchewan premier Scott Moe told truckers he supports their “call to end the cross border ban on unvaccinated truckers” and announced his government will soon “be ending our proof of negative test/proof of vaccination policy in Saskatchewan.”

“If one province would do it I think the rest will follow suit,” the supporter who told me the Moe news mused.

That “small fringe minority” might end up doing a lot more than simply scaring Cut-and-Run Justin.

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    Unfortunately it appears they’ve completely blockaded the village and residents are upset that they’re been turned into prisoners, unable to get where they need to go for their ordinary lives. And other truckers, who are not part of the protest and want to get on with their work, are unable to get through. That’s not right.

      Maybe they could mostly peacefully burn down a few cities like the blm?

      Tsquared in reply to Milhouse. | January 31, 2022 at 9:49 pm

      I guess you do not understand the idea of trucker gridlock protest.

        Milhouse in reply to Tsquared. | February 1, 2022 at 2:02 am

        If the idea is to attack completely innocent people who have never done them any harm, then it’s an illegitimate idea, as well as a criminal offense.

          TX-rifraph in reply to Milhouse. | February 1, 2022 at 6:55 am

          Is not the government attacking all Canadians? Are you challenging for rhetorical purposes or do you think the Canadians should passively (which includes just words) accept tyranny? A fundamental real-world principle is that every benefit has a cost. I think I would rather be stuck in my house than in a truck. The options before the Canadians is to submit to slavery/tyranny or fight for freedom. One takes a few hits when in a fight. The Canadians cannot choose an option that does not exist, i.e., a fight for freedom that has no cost. All Canadians will benefit but the costs vary with the role. Those in the houses should be helping the truckers.

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | February 2, 2022 at 2:50 am

          What has the government’s attacks on Canadians got to do with these truckers on the Alberta border blockading the local residents? How does the former justify the latter? There is no justification for deliberately blocking anyone’s way, whether you are BLM, or a union picket line, or a band of justly angry truckers. If your beef is against the government, attack the government. The moment you turn on innocent people you are no better than the government yourself.

          The option is very simple; conduct your protest without preventing other people from going about their business. Demonstrate all you like, but leave a path open for those who wish to pass. You have NO RIGHT to do otherwise.

      Ironclaw in reply to Milhouse. | January 31, 2022 at 11:40 pm

      Small price to pay in the fight against the covid fascists.

        Milhouse in reply to Ironclaw. | February 1, 2022 at 1:57 am

        The villagers have not chosen to pay that price. Nobody has the right to impose it on them.

          henrybowman in reply to Milhouse. | February 1, 2022 at 6:00 pm

          Votes have consequences. Including those of your neighbors.

          Icepilot in reply to Milhouse. | February 1, 2022 at 6:45 pm

          “Nobody has the right to impose it on them.”
          You’re mighty selective in who you apply your criteria to.
          How about sending that message to Trudeau?

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | February 2, 2022 at 2:52 am

          What has f***ing Trudeau got to do with it? He’s nowhere near the Montana/Alberta border. He doesn’t care about the villagers there. As far as he’s concerned you can imprison them and starve them to death for all he cares. Probably none of them voted Grits anyway.

      henrybowman in reply to Milhouse. | February 1, 2022 at 12:06 am

      Don’t care. When it’s over, they’ll still have a house to live in and a shop to work out of, unlike lots of others in cities where leftists “demonstrated.” Ottawa’s Vision Zero says they should be able to live their lives without a car, by walking and cycling. Oooh, let’s test that now.

      alaskabob in reply to Milhouse. | February 1, 2022 at 1:11 am

      Gee Milhouse, it’s not like the government’s didn’t lock down the people to the same degree….sarc. Watch law enforcement push back now to regain total control. please remember that Trudeau was part of a wunderkind group of young politicos fostered into these poisitions. His dad loved Castro… Boy Blunder loves the CCP. At least Canadians were stupid enough to honestly elect him.

        Milhouse in reply to alaskabob. | February 1, 2022 at 2:00 am

        When did the government lock them down to the same degree? They’re not living in Ottawa. There’s no public transport. They have the right to live their lives without a bunch of outsiders barricading them in their village.

          CountMontyC in reply to Milhouse. | February 1, 2022 at 5:39 am

          If rumors are correct Justin’s momma really loved Fidel.

          CommoChief in reply to Milhouse. | February 1, 2022 at 12:08 pm

          Well maybe dial back that particular phrasing. If people have the right to live their lives without outsiders doing x or y or z that disrupts everyday life then you have just written off non permitted political protests. Much of the civil rights movement would be filled out of bounds under this standard as would prior movements; suffrage, prohibition veterans rights. I don’t think you meant it that way but that is the logical progression.

          I do agree that this is a disruption and hopefully it continues to be peaceful and the govt decides to listen and address the concerns of these folks. Certainly an immediate capitulation would cause the protest to dissolve so if quality of life in Ottawa is a concern that’s one way to restore it.

          Protests are part of Western society though; political protest. If one chooses to reside in the capital of a State or Nation or even a County Seat that’s where protests are likely to occur. Same for large metro areas where media is concentrated. I am certain that there are many positive aspects of choosing to live in a Capital or in a large metro area. Lots of cultural attractions like museums, art galleries, theater, concert venues, live performances are available which simply don’t exist elsewhere. The political protests are simply one aspect on the negative side of the ledger.

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | February 2, 2022 at 3:03 am

          Well maybe dial back that particular phrasing. If people have the right to live their lives without outsiders doing x or y or z that disrupts everyday life then you have just written off non permitted political protests. Much of the civil rights movement would be filled out of bounds under this standard as would prior movements; suffrage, prohibition veterans rights. I don’t think you meant it that way but that is the logical progression.

          I absolutely do mean it that way. Any “protest” that commits crimes against innocent people, and that is what blocking their way is, is completely illegitimate and deserves to be defeated.

          You simply have no right to achieve your goals at someone else’s expense. And if you think otherwise then next time someone does something bad to me I will come to your house and express my protest by breaking all your windows. Is that OK with you?!

          I do agree that this is a disruption and hopefully it continues to be peaceful

          It isn’t peaceful. Blockading people is inherently violent.

          Certainly an immediate capitulation would cause the protest to dissolve so if quality of life in Ottawa is a concern that’s one way to restore it.

          WTF has Ottawa got to do with it. We are not discussing Ottawa. If you are confused about the topic of this discussion, just look at the top of the thread.

          Protests are part of Western society though; political protest.

          Blockades and imprisoning people is not a legitimate form of protest. It is violence.

          If one chooses to reside in the capital of a State or Nation or even a County Seat that’s where protests are likely to occur.

          Again, you seem to be confused about the topic of this discussion. Coutts, Alberta is not the capital of anything. It’s not a metro area. It’s a village of about 250 people! And those 250 people are now prisoners. There is no possible way to justify that. Nor is it possible to justify blocking the road to all the truckers who are not protesting and just want to go about their peaceful business. That’s no better than a union picket line, and in my opinion if picketers won’t voluntarily let people through it should be lawful to drive right through them.

          CommoChief in reply to Milhouse. | February 2, 2022 at 1:04 pm

          So you do mean that those who do not reside in a particular area say DC shouldn’t travel to DC? Does that include tourism which certainly stresses the local transportation network and local services such as LEO and Hospitals to accommodate the influx? If not why? It can’t be because the tourists bring money as not every resident benefits from those tourism dollars, these folks just have the negatives at least directly of congestion and higher prices due to increased demand.

          If you want to come to Bama and break windows or the criminal intent to commit unspecified crimes that’s fine, it’s a free country, though in rural Bama there are still consequences for those actions.

          Same argument on location applies. There are probably lots of positive reasons the people live in a small border crossing hamlet. There are also items on the negative side of the ledger. High among them is political protest against govt policy which impacts border crossing.

          If one is going to look to protest prostitution they go to the red light district not a convent. IOW they go where the ‘action’ is relevant to the topic at hand. If you don’t want to have potential protesters in your location then move to an area with less reason to attract protesters. If, on the other hand, you choose to live in a capital or large metro like NYC with large media concentration which is more likely to have protests then you need to learn to accept that protests will occur.

          Living in a large metro and having a ‘get off my lawn’ attitude seems incongruous.

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | February 2, 2022 at 10:36 pm

          Anyone of course has the right to visit anywhere they like. They do not have the right to deliberately blockade the streets there and obstruct people from going about their business.

          I don’t understand why you keep going on about large metropolitan areas. We are talking about a tiny village, and a rural highway. But the same considerations apply in both cases: you have the right to visit, but you can’t commit crimes there, especially against people who have done you no wrong. By all means use the local resources that are publicly available, just like anyone else. But the moment you start attacking the locals, whether by beating them, breaking their windows, or forcibly preventing them from going about their business, you are BLM.

          Ottawa is not a tiny village, Milhouse; it’s the capital. It’s one of Canada’s largest cities. By NYC standards, it’s tiny, I’ll grant you that, but it’s no “village” unless you consider “villages” to have a population of well over a million people.

      Mercyneal in reply to Milhouse. | February 1, 2022 at 1:31 am

      Is that you, Justin?

Trudeau has decided to change the subject and is now focusing on the Ukraine situation. Because it worked so well for Biden. False flag ops, tail wagging the dog,….. More and more, I am suspecting that this is the rise of the Fourth Reich led by Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Council (aka “The Masters of the Universe”).

Shut the Canadian trucking industry DOWN for at least a week. They’ll get results.

    AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to NavyMustang. | January 31, 2022 at 11:31 pm

    I disagree. They need to shut down commerce to the point that people are starving and stores are empty. People need to get the message that tyrannical actions by government will result in real consequences.

Great job truckers. Leading the way toward freedom.

Maybe if enough trucks go into Ottawa, they can capsize it like Guam.

Elsewhere, I read that the fellow with the Nazi flag was not advertising that he was a Nazi, but that the Canadian government were Nazis. This is what happens when people don’t learn history — flags were originally battlefield devices to identify who you were, not who you were fighting.

None of these Canadian truckers would step foot on anything that Canadians consider sancrosanct like their war memorials,

These are the Canadian version of glowies and antifa, Feds looking to entrapt them in something, while their glorious homosexual leader runs for his life. Coof my ass. He simply is a little boy with no authority over anything. No one believes in anything he says.

    And they are loudly singing their national anthem. Down here, our “protests” feature singing of the “Internationale”, Mexican flags, flags with communist symbols… no US flags or singing of our national anthem. Unless they are Tea Party or Trump rallies.

There was video of the protesters cleaning up the Terry Fox statue. Real Canadians doing real Canadian things. Fcuk RunAway Trudeau.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terry_Fox

Justina has shown himself to be a back-biting little worm to DJT and the world at the Manila conference shortly after. Open LIES from him to make his pooftie little butt appear much stronger than it really is.

I grew up playing hockey against some right tough Canuks and I can only assume he got overwhelming support from the women and the girliemen in Canada?

Leftists: Workers of the world, Unite!
Truckers: Okay.
Leftists: No, not you.

I stand with the Canadian Truckers