Trudeau Declares National Emergency Allowing Government To Override Civil Rights

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The liberal party in their parliament formed a coalition with the socialist party, Quebec party, and I think one more. There are something like 6 parties in thier parliament at the moment. The conservatives are the minority party or second largest party but could form a coalition to oust the pm. Trudope is the result of that, but the coalition is starting to fray. Canadian politics are fun to watch much like Britain's. In fact they are almost exactly alike. He.may earn himself a vote of no confidence.

Edit was to clarify party control of parliament.
For the record, I'm a fan of the parliamentary system. It does give a greater representation to the people vs. our system, in that the multitude of parties allows you to find a party you are more aligned with as well as generally requiring the coalitions to govern closer to the middle. I think such a system would allow a very powerful centrist, Libertarian party to form in the US. Something that can't happen in today's 2-party system.
 

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Maybe we should riot or blockade something, that'd definitely be more self possessed.
And now we move to:
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For the record, I'm a fan of the parliamentary system. It does give a greater representation to the people vs. our system, in that the multitude of parties allows you to find a party you are more aligned with as well as generally requiring the coalitions to govern closer to the middle. I think such a system would allow a very powerful centrist, Libertarian party to form in the US. Something that can't happen in today's 2-party system.
So we can be more like Canada?

No thanks. Not working.
 
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Maybe we should riot or blockade something, that'd definitely be more self possessed.



 

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That was different. He was more than happy to tell us over and over and over 🤣
 

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Was a time for sure when conservatives didn't get involved at all and were just happy living life with the appearance of being free. Little league, Bowling leagues, good jobs,
Family et al- we were all above the Boring politics.

Now conservatives are Getting involved- but while all that time we did nothing- people like Soros and rich dummies installed rogue DAs,
Judges, Senators, and even a senile, bought off by China and Ukraine pedophile. I also believe Romney and prob MCain were cheated - even tho they're huge piles of shit themselves.

The ONLY time since Reagan we had a "choice" was when a rich non politician came down an escalator. His flaws were several but he directly or indirectly exposed the deep state and fake news for what they were.

If we would have gotten McCain or Romney it would have been the same as Hussein and the first dude; useless wars where the military industrial complex and central banks get uber rich, open borders but just not as wide open, bigger government and less freedoms.

Now the problem is- the deep state cabal has its tentacles everywhere- White House, dc, states, DAs,
Hollywood, woke corporations and judges et al, also paid off election thefts and THEY WILL NOT GIVE IT UP. IF we rise up like the truckers in Canada or like MAGA did J6 they will take as many down with them as they can- that's a fact.

You have unarmed Ashli Babbit (Shot) and Rosanne Boyland (Beaten) dead and no case against the Cops who murdered them in cold blood- the beating they even beat her while she laid in conscience on the floor - and also the scores or hundreds of innocent political prisoners they are holding with NO CHARGES and NO BAIL and most of them simply walked through the capital AFTER cops opened barriers and Invited them in.

Please don't lecture on NO rogue governments - you may be one of 10 percent who cannot see this- or that you just want to dimiss bc your guy sits in the WH and life is good? Maybe?
How are things circling Pluto? Are boogie men out there too?

As to those you mentioned negatively impacted by their own poor choices to break the law, what did they think would happen if they ignored Capitol police directives and assaulted policemen guarding the Capitol with Congress in session?
 
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How are things circling Pluto? Are boogie men out there too?

As to those you mentioned negatively impacted by their own poor choices to break the law, what did they think would happen if they ignored Capitol police directives and assaulted policemen guarding the Capitol with Congress in session?

Have you been to Pluto? What about Uranus?
 

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For the record, I'm a fan of the parliamentary system. It does give a greater representation to the people vs. our system, in that the multitude of parties allows you to find a party you are more aligned with as well as generally requiring the coalitions to govern closer to the middle. I think such a system would allow a very powerful centrist, Libertarian party to form in the US. Something that can't happen in today's 2-party system.
There is nothing saying that a two party system has to exist in the US. We can have multiple parties forming coalitions in our own house if we had other parties that are able to make themselves viable. This is a case where the people have only to decide to give a third party a seat at the table. I would love to see multiple parties forming coalitions to find a speaker. Not so much sold on the parliament system as I don't think it balances governemnt well, but multi parties, and the harassment of representatives by other representatives would be entertaining. I would love to see a debate on the house floor like that of British Parliament.
 

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For the record, I'm a fan of the parliamentary system. It does give a greater representation to the people vs. our system, in that the multitude of parties allows you to find a party you are more aligned with as well as generally requiring the coalitions to govern closer to the middle. I think such a system would allow a very powerful centrist, Libertarian party to form in the US. Something that can't happen in today's 2-party system.
Solid post.

It's interesting how knowledgeable your average Canadian is about American politics. With that said, whenever I'm in Canada I always eventually hear the same thing; 'You guys really need more than two parties'.
 
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How are things circling Pluto? Are boogie men out there too?

As to those you mentioned negatively impacted by their own poor choices to break the law, what did they think would happen if they ignored Capitol police directives and assaulted policemen guarding the Capitol with Congress in session?

Is this a leftist holding someone accountable for their poor choices? Now do the guy who was so afraid of police he took drugs, grabbed a fake 20$ bill and headed out for cigs. You people are unbelievable.
 
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Is this a leftist holding someone accountable for their poor choices? Now do the guy who was so afraid of police he took drugs, grabbed a fake 20$ bill and headed out for cigs. You people are unbelievable.

Only people on the right are subject to the left's enforcement of the laws. They and they alone will determine when laws will be enforced and when they won't. Anyone that disagrees is a racist, Russian supporter.
 

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The government of Canada can say whatever it likes at the moment. With an emergency order in place, it's going to be the same as declaring marshal law. I'm curious to see what the Canadians do in response to this. How much longer can Trudope hold on to the PM, and when he's gone, who prosecutes him? If all the other party's coalition against the liberal party he is done, and the other parties have to be balking at these images. It's an opportunity for them at the very least.
 
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The scary part is the Candian police are following the orders of the tyrant to attack people that are not violent. If the protesters were violent, I would have no issue with the police meeting them with overwhelming violence to quell the violence but when protest are peaceful the police should not be the ones committing the violence.
 

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Any you guys watching Evan Solomon? He's about as respected and balanced as they come. Regularly rips Trudeau a new one.

Look, lots of these truckers are from places like rural Alberta and Saskatchewan.....they are well known out there as avowed racists and anti-immigration. How many Asians or East Indians have you seen at these protests? About 80 percent of truck drivers in the west are East Indian now. I didn't see a single Indian person at these protests.

Look at the bios of the three protest leaders. All three held radical views long before Covid. Their motives clearly are far from pure.

One thing Canadians agree on......all of this funding coming out of the US has to stop immediately!
 
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The scary part is the Candian police are following the orders of the tyrant to attack people that are not violent. If the protesters were violent, I would have no issue with the police meeting them with overwhelming violence to quell the violence but when protest are peaceful the police should not be the ones committing the violence.
I see what you're saying and tend to agree, but how long do you allow this to go on? Similar thing happened in Thailand in 2013-2014 that shut down Bangkok for 7 months and 22 days.

Do we allow these idiots to shutdown Ottawa until August?
 

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I see what you're saying and tend to agree, but how long do you allow this to go on? Similar thing happened in Thailand in 2013-2014 that shut down Bangkok for 7 months and 22 days.

Do we allow these idiots to shutdown Ottawa until August?

Trudeau might ought to talk to the Truckers instead of throwing them in jail for peacefully protesting. From what I can tell it's a simple fix, lift the mandate and drop the travel restrictions, problem solved.
 

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Solid post.

It's interesting how knowledgeable your average Canadian is about American politics. With that said, whenever I'm in Canada I always eventually hear the same thing; 'You guys really need more than two parties'.
The whole world is obsessed with America. Hell, when we eat beans Australia farts.
 
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Any you guys watching Evan Solomon? He's about as respected and balanced as they come. Regularly rips Trudeau a new one.

Look, lots of these truckers are from places like rural Alberta and Saskatchewan.....they are well known out there as avowed racists and anti-immigration. How many Asians or East Indians have you seen at these protests? About 80 percent of truck drivers in the west are East Indian now. I didn't see a single Indian person at these protests.

Look at the bios of the three protest leaders. All three held radical views long before Covid. Their motives clearly are far from pure.

One thing Canadians agree on......all of this funding coming out of the US has to stop immediately!
For the sake of argument let’s say you are correct and “lots” of the protesting truckers (whatever that means) are well known as being avowed racists, and the three organizers hold radical views (whatever that means). In what way does this justify Trudeau’s response to a protest that has nothing to do with racist or radical viewpoints, especially since the protests have been peaceful?
 

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I see what you're saying and tend to agree, but how long do you allow this to go on? Similar thing happened in Thailand in 2013-2014 that shut down Bangkok for 7 months and 22 days.

Do we allow these idiots to shutdown Ottawa until August?
As long as they are peaceful, you let it go on. The moment they are not you shut it down and be transparent about it. Someone has already stated it. Drop the mandate and this goes away. Is the mandate realy worth what the government is doing?
 

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A few words from our friends at the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA)




Mandates are ending soon. I get it, folks are angry. Who isn't? You sure this really is an anti-mandate protest.....or more about anti-authority, anti-government, anti-Trudeau?
 

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A few words from our friends at the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA)




Mandates are ending soon. I get it, folks are angry. Who isn't? You sure this really is an anti-mandate protest.....or more about anti-authority, anti-government, anti-Trudeau?
Are Canadians not allowed to peacefully protest Trudeau and his Authoritarian policies?
 

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A few words from our friends at the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA)




Mandates are ending soon. I get it, folks are angry. Who isn't? You sure this really is an anti-mandate protest.....or more about anti-authority, anti-government, anti-Trudeau?
For the sake of argument let’s assume you are correct that the protest is not about mask mandates but are about anti-authority, anti-government, anti-Trudeau. Does that justify Trudeau’s reaction? Are peaceful anti-authority, anti-government, anti-Trudeau protests in a category that calls for the authoritarian response the protests were protesting?
 
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In regards to the 'peaceful protest' argument, what are your thoughts on this quote from the CTA above:

"All Canadians have the right to peaceful protests. Individuals engaged in preventing vehicles from crossing into Canada and the United States are not “peaceful protestors” as that term should not be applied to activities preventing the flow of essential goods by those who have illegally seized control and impede access to public infrastructure."
 

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In regards to the 'peaceful protest' argument, what are your thoughts on this quote from the CTA above:

"All Canadians have the right to peaceful protests. Individuals engaged in preventing vehicles from crossing into Canada and the United States are not “peaceful protestors” as that term should not be applied to activities preventing the flow of essential goods by those who have illegally seized control and impede access to public infrastructure."
That is an attitude that flies in the face of every peaceful sit-in on college campus in my youth of the 1960’s and every peaceful march or demonstration Martin Luther King held when he broke the back of authoritarian laws that made African Americans second class citizens, or Ghandi staged to crush the British authoritarian rule over his people.
 

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In regards to the 'peaceful protest' argument, what are your thoughts on this quote from the CTA above:

"All Canadians have the right to peaceful protests. Individuals engaged in preventing vehicles from crossing into Canada and the United States are not “peaceful protestors” as that term should not be applied to activities preventing the flow of essential goods by those who have illegally seized control and impede access to public infrastructure."

you are ate up with the dumbass
 

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A few words from our friends at the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA)




Mandates are ending soon. I get it, folks are angry. Who isn't? You sure this really is an anti-mandate protest.....or more about anti-authority, anti-government, anti-Trudeau?
Every Canadian friend of mine has stated that yes there is more to it, but they have not stated it was anti-authority, but instead made clear this is absolute overreach by the government. Every time there was a chance to descalate the situation it was made worse. They all blamed Trudy (I can't spell his name). One other note of interest: they all made clear the US is not the world leader anymore. China is.

This is is not an anti-authority movement. It is a movement that is convinced that governments around the world are not relinquishing the freedoms they took. Its a pro freedom movement. Its also croping up around the world. The English speaking countries are historically the leaders in this and it reflects in those countries first. Thus Canada. The British have already gone after thier PM Boris Johnson and he is a conservative.
 

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How about many videos confirming the good
Ole UN has landed in Canada and are making up many ir most of the cops in Ottawa- it's a one world government or we get the countries back
 
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I see what you're saying and tend to agree, but how long do you allow this to go on? Similar thing happened in Thailand in 2013-2014 that shut down Bangkok for 7 months and 22 days.

Do we allow these idiots to shutdown Ottawa until August?
We let Antifa and BLM shutdown 6 blocks of Seattle for 3 weeks IIRC.
 

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Any you guys watching Evan Solomon? He's about as respected and balanced as they come. Regularly rips Trudeau a new one.

Look, lots of these truckers are from places like rural Alberta and Saskatchewan.....they are well known out there as avowed racists and anti-immigration. How many Asians or East Indians have you seen at these protests? About 80 percent of truck drivers in the west are East Indian now. I didn't see a single Indian person at these protests.

Look at the bios of the three protest leaders. All three held radical views long before Covid. Their motives clearly are far from pure.

One thing Canadians agree on......all of this funding coming out of the US has to stop immediately!
Are you so naive that you think BLM and Antifa only accept donations from US Citizens? Which enemies of the US do you think would not contribute to those organizations based on what they have done and what they are all about?