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Oh Canada – or why the global Left have wet themselves in delight

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A Pinochet the Left can love

You can see it in uncounted comments on things like FaceTwit. It’s not just Canadian Leftists having a huge orgasm about finally having the cops on their side, ready to go for the bash that they once decried as the horrors of State Violence.

No, the reaction is also across the US and seen even here in NZ with the angry frustrations of the likes of Chris Trotter that the Force have not piled into our local copy of the Ottawa trucker protest.

The funny side of this – if there is a funny side – is that even members of Soy Boy Trudeusescu’s party are feeling … uncomfortable at the idea of implementing what are basically War Powers in peacetime against a bunch of people who have not burned anything down, killed anybody or even beat up anybody.

Unlike the Antifa/BLM protestors, whom this cunt kneeled with in 2020. He would have only be happier if he’d had Fidel Castro to hug. The War Powers Act , renamed some years ago as the Emergencies Act, was last enacted by Pierre Trudeau, the current PM’s father, in response to actual armed, violent terrorists during the great Quebec crisis of 1970 when the Front de libération du Québec kidnapped a provincial Deputy Premier and were threatening all manner of violence.

It enables basically the ultimate in State Power, one-man rule, including tracking down and freezing the bank accounts of people who contributed a few bucks to buying food and fuel for the trucker convoy – and anybody else who has given the finger to this rich-prick child.

And so… “It’s for your safety”.

The Ottawa police actually tried to claim that a bicycle had been thrown at the horses legs. You’d think that trained police officers would have better observation skills to enable distinguishing between a bicycle and a mobility scooter. Such lies might have worked in the pre-smart phone era but not nowadays:

Then their story kept evolving from thrown bicycle to adding later that the “horse tripped.” The horses didn’t trip; they ran them right at the people. This isn’t going to look good for Justin Trudeau, when these pictures are splashed all over the front pages of media. 

Bwahahahahahahah. I checked out a couple of NZ MSM sources and saw nothing of this – of course.

Similarly You can see another protester here, apparently being beaten with a butt of a gun by the police. Keep in mind, none of these people hit back at the police; at best, they resisted being torn from the locked arm lines. Police claim they needed to do that because of protesters’ “assaultive behavior”. Another example here where there is no video to support the police claims. What is captured are police firing some sort of gassy projectiles at the crowd – who then kick them back. Authorities cannot make claims like this in the era of the smart phone. As you can see in this collection of videos or these ones there was no such behaviour. There are no videos that I have seen of any protester’s “assaultive behaviour.” That might be resisting, but that isn’t assault. The cops also beat and pepper-sprayed a reporter so there will court action on that.

But it’s actually the non-violent stuff that is the real threat to Canada’s liberties – and to other democracies, as this US law blog points out:

Fascism is an overused and elastic term that in our politics mostly is used against Republicans for anything liberals don’t like. Donald Trump calling people names on Twitter is not fascism.  Justin Trudeau commanding private businesses unilaterally and without legal consequence to freeze the assets of his political opposition and their supporters is fascism.

Trudeau is dangerous not just because he’s abusing Canadians, but because he is providing the wish list for crackdowns by Democrats in the U.S. We see it already. Big tech corporations do the Democrats’ bidding in silencing critics through deplatforming, censoring content from publication or social media sharing, deplatforming websites from hosting companies and, as in the case of Parler, from the cloud and app stores. Funding platforms like GoFundMe are pressured to suspend fundraising and deprive the beneficiary of the donations, and payment processors and banks are pressured to cut off deplorables.

However, there may be hope:

The Conservatives have gone up 10 points because people are looking at the liberals and seeing what a mess they are. In January, they were dead even with the liberals.

The 10-point jump for the Conservatives comes as Bergen advocates for protesters who’ve been encamped in Ottawa for 22 days to protest federal vaccine mandates, and as the Tories oppose the government’s use of the Emergencies Act, which was invoked to give police new powers to remove those same demonstrators.

Good, although frankly the Canadian people should never had fallen for this shallow, vacuous, doe-eyed worshipper of Cuba and China in the first place.

Written by Tom Hunter

February 22, 2022 at 6:00 am

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  1. The Kiwi Mussolini is looking longingly at this and wondering who will rid her of her troublesome police commissioner.

    alloytoo

    February 22, 2022 at 7:59 am

  2. So few NZer’s even know this. Our msm bury/lose it.

    Kevn

    February 22, 2022 at 10:16 am

  3. Look at these two.

    Lucia Maria

    February 22, 2022 at 11:00 am

    • Nothing about pulling back to de-escalate. Police installed large concrete blocks around the protest early Monday morning & since then have been moving them inwards. Have been watching extremely violent left-leaning twitter people, some of whom wouldn’t think twice about helping escalate the situation to delegitamise the protest.

      Lucia Maria

      February 22, 2022 at 11:03 am

  4. Watched this chat between Rex Murphy & Jordan Peterson as they desperately tried to make sense of what is happening in Canada right now. Both were not impressed with the Conservatives, who meekly accepted Trudeau’s closing of Parliament because it was “too dangerous” while police were engaging in their crackdown. So, not completely useless .. but they might as well be.

    Lucia Maria

    February 22, 2022 at 11:42 am

    • To be quite honest I can’t blame Trudeau as much as I blame the vast hordes of Canadians who have rolled with this sort of shit for years because they can pat themselves on the back as good little “liberals”. Squaring the circle with this fascist shit will take more powerful cognitive dissonance but I’m sure they’ve got it in them.

      One strange paradox has been that Canada regularly produces some of the best sniper teams in the world.

      The Canadian Armed Forces now holds three of the top five positions for longest confirmed kill shots.

      Tom Hunter

      February 22, 2022 at 12:05 pm

      • Yep, even I gave up on participating in the general discourse for a number of years when I’d just had enough (and I had health issues). We are all to blame for this situation that we find ourselves in. Not enough sense of how things can go wrong to stop those things in time.

        It is horrifying how it’s got to the point of no return, though. When democracy is hollowed out too much, it cannot defend itself from fascism. Too many blind people, but that is always the way with people. Unless they have their roots in really bad shit then they don’t believe really bad stuff can happen can happen to them.

        It just reminds me of the difference between the types of stories we see in our movies and shows, etc, vs real life – in our movies and shows, the good guys are always saved at the last minute. While as the real life stories show the exact opposite. Most of the time, the good guys lose and often get killed when things get bad.

        Lucia Maria

        February 22, 2022 at 12:55 pm

      • …. even I gave up on participating in the general discourse for a number of years when I’d just had enough

        Yep, it’s one reason why I stick mainly to commenting on the USA. I value precisely what most Kiwis don’t; that in the USA there are still robust debates and arguments going on about issues that New Zealanders smugly pronounced have been settled here. It’s usually a Leftie thing on issues like foreign policy, the military, drugs, abortion and such, but it’s the same with the Right and the inheritance of 1980’s Rogernomics, which is why the likes of DPF and others were so horrified by Trump’s America First attack on “free trade” and such.

        Incidentally that’s why John Key’s crack about a “smug Hermit Kingdom” stung so badly. He was only talking of our border shutdown of course, but actually that attitude is rife among Kiwis on many issues.

        Tom Hunter

        February 22, 2022 at 1:05 pm

  5. I recall a lot of huffing and puffing from the Left about the fact that neither Britain nor the USA had anything to say against the French after the Rainbow Warrior attack, which is an entirely fair criticism.

    This is also an entirely fair criticism:

    The silence coming from the other Western capitals is deafening. They must be watching Canada as a test case for just how hard they can push their own people.

    Can’t wait to see Trudeau’s condemnation of Russian actions in the Eastern Ukraine.

    Tom Hunter

    February 22, 2022 at 4:18 pm

    • According to the tweeters, the net is widening and family members of protestors (who are not involved in the protest) are now experiencing issues with bank transactions.

      fredonas

      February 22, 2022 at 7:20 pm


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