What you are seeing transpire in Canada is tragic, sad and infuriating.
We’ve seen an elderly woman on a walker trampled by cops on horseback (see video below).
We’ve seen peaceful protesters arrested. We’ve seen citizen journalists doing nothing but recording what’s happening being beaten like animals.
As I write this, I’m watching a livestream in which a female journalist from Rebel News is writhing on the ground in pain after she was clubbed on the head with batons and shot in the leg with a teargas cannister.
We’ve seen good, patriotic Canadians have their bank accounts frozen and their drivers’ licenses revoked by a lawless government. Not because such action is legal, but just because they can. They have the banks and the insurance companies at their disposal.
We’ve seen them unload pepper spray on peaceful crowds, just because they can.
The discipline these protesters have shown to remain peaceful in the face of thuggish police trying to provoke them to violence is a testament to their character.
Trudeau wants nothing more than to have his own January 6 moment, where he can claim there was a “violent insurgency” and a “threat to our democracy,” as his U.S. comrades have achieved.
Again, we should not be surprised by Trudeau playing the tyrant.
His family has a history of adoration for tyrants.
According to Mark Milke, a Calgary columnist and author of four books, the Trudeau family comes by it honestly. (See Trudeau Family’s Love of Tyrants: Political blind spots are inevitable when you have warm thoughts for oppressors, February 28, 2018, MacLean’s, by Mark Milke)
“Back in the summer of 2006, Pierre Trudeau’s youngest son, Alexandre (Sacha) Trudeau wrote a fawning happy 80th birthday column in the Toronto Star in praise of then Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. The piece included tributes such as how the revolutionary leader was a ‘great adventurer…a great scientific mind,’ someone whose ‘intellect is one of the most broad and complete that can be found.’
“Castro, Trudeau claimed, was ‘an expert on genetics, on automobile combustion engines, on stock markets, on everything.’ Alexandre pressed upon his readers to analyze Castro in ‘psychoanalytical terms,’ to think of Cubans as children and Castro their father. Trudeau then fondly recalled his late brother, Michel, who when they were young kids complained to their mother that he had fewer friends than his brothers. Margaret Trudeau replied that unlike his brothers, Michel ‘had the greatest friend of all: he had Fidel.’”
Milke goes on to explain how Pierre Trudeau’s other son, Justin, has a strange fascination with the Chinese Communist Party’s way of doing things.
He doesn’t mention it, but he was no doubt aware of the bizarre statement by Justin Trudeau, captured on video below.