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Who else in his cabinet is compromised by the WEF as alluded to by Schwab? We need dissident media to focus on them. Trudeau was obviously hunkered down in days of brainstorming with the NWO who gave him his marching orders to break the truckers. Demanding freedom is too dangerous to their plans. But who else can be peeled off from his ranks? Trudeau has proved himself a traitor to Canada, but are they all? Or did they just think it was a fun big boys club that they got to be part of and now they see what the real goal is - worldwide totalitarian control. Maybe some are willing to break ranks?

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We need to think about the long game here. So what it Trudope steps down? According to parliamentary rules, the coalition just appoints a new PM. What has changed? Does anything get better? Could even be worse. Or, if the opposition forces a no-confidence vote (forcing a new election to be held in 30 days), and even if the right-wing parties 'win,' what happens then? Last time the Tories were in charge, not much happened. Harper was a decent fellow but not terribly effective; not much really changed in Ottawa.

The change that needs to happen is that the central government -- Canada, USA, Oz, NZ, UK, Europe -- must be stripped of most of its powers. For instance in the USA if the fedgov stuck to the enumerated powers of the Constitution, the government would be much, much smaller and people wouldn't really care all that much who was running things.

But that is a much bigger goal, and the most we can hope for is that this thing with the truckers (and some farmers in Alberta) is just the first wave in something much larger, that we can't really even visualize right now.

But the end game must be a re-definition of what government is, and what it can do. If that happens, then the truckers will have succeeded beyond anyone's wildest dreams.

Possible? Maybe. Likely? All depends... popular rebellions, especially peaceful ones, have done great things. Think Mandela, Ghandi, Martin Luther King. To get there, we must crystallize a vision of where we want to be. For sure we won't get there, if we don't even know where 'there' is.

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Agreed. In the long run, my own leanings are towards decentralization, as was the original intent of the authors of the US Constitution. For the short term, voters need to do a good job of vetting their candidates in order to have a better idea of where their loyalties lie.

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Feb 9, 2022·edited Feb 9, 2022

"Trudope" (snicker)

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I read this thread this morning on Twitter and maybe it will shine some light on the 'why' behind this. Yes, it is the WEF. It sounds like Trudeau may not have a choice. Here's the Thread: https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1491241373106073601.html Thoughts?

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Thanks for sharing this. I agree, and think that not only must we be absolutely resolute in supporting the truckers, we must follow up their demands with further ones, insisting on resignations, arrests, prosecutions and punishment for those who have imposed unscientific and deadly mandates on the public, especially children. And we must reform our laws, getting rid of the right to declare “emergencies”, and the elimination of government agencies that inevitably become corrupted arms of corporate power. I’m speaking here about the US as much or more than Canada, and this is a worldwide problem. I thank the truckers from the bottom of my heart for opening a window of opportunity for us to act. I’m now going over to donate to them for the third time.

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Something had to happen, someone, some group had to stand up to all this and it had to be something that could make a major impact. I never thought of the truckers, but it's brilliant and I'm so grateful they are doing this and have started things off. They set an example of how to fight back without violence, and it has shown the rest of the world the way because everyone everywhere depends on truckers. Just brilliant! This is the first step of removing all the toxic people who have orchestrated the last two years of misery and who arrogantly believed they could get away with it, that we were all too stupid to notice or object meaningfully. Well, news for them! We are all far greater in number than they are, and now we have a way forward to get rid of these monsters and rebuild our world.

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Trudeau is going down, a week, two weeks, three at the max and he's a goner. Then he can ask Cuba for political asylum.

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To hell with sending him to Cuba. We want him under lock and key right here in Canada. We need to find out what else this evil ****er has been involved with!

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But Chrystia Freeland is deputy PM and would step up and be just as bad if not worse as she is also WEF groomed. We need all WEF linked politicians GONE!

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All of them in every single country need to be identified and outed as public enemies. And then treated as such.

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I hope and pray you are right.

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That's a great link and in my opinion, it's quite accurate. Austria has gone completely covid nuts and Germany is not far behind. Canada is in their footsteps and we have the WEF to thank for it.

I saw a headline this morning from Canada's Globe and Mail that the Childrens Aid Society is now being called in to investigate sanitation conditions of the children who are with their truck driver parents. They're using every possible angle.

Trudeau says we have to mandate our way to freedom. So you know he is not giving up on his precious little dictatorial vaxx pass QR code control and track system.

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Germany is wef headquarters. This is WW3. They will be the last to fold. Then comes Nurenberg, which is already in preparation thanks to Dr Micharl Yeadon & his cohorts!

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Yes, I realized it was WW3 not too long ago. I wish I'd seen it sooner, but can't change the past. Lots of prayers are needed as this is a good/evil battle foremost.

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Much as I dislike so many aspects of modern tech and communication, social media etc., it has made it possible for us all to find out the WEF evil secrets. They've been at it rather a long time, but it was easier to conceal than it is now.

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And Reiner Fuellmich & his team!

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I mean even the premiere of Quebec, Legault, has decided to open up the province by the middle of March, which the mayor of Montreal was begging him to do. She is worried, apparently, about the summer tourist season and the festivals. Legault can sense, businessman that he is, that Trudeau is finished.

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The idea that these totalitarians can decided the schedule for removing unlawful restrictions is a lark. No, the restrictions end now. And, yes, we will ban them from any future re-emergence. This has to be nailed shut before it can be over. Otherwise, we have submitted to THEIR taking and giving our freedom like it was comprised of something THEY own and so as if they OWN us. NO. Freedom is freedom and can not be diluted without being destroyed.

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He's just getting rid of the restrictions on the vaxxed. Remains to be seen if he goes further. Quebec has had a project in place to go to digital ID by 2025. It's too cozy that the vaxx passes will just fall nicely into line with this so I'm not holding my breath.

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I don't trust anything any govt says these days. So, yes, you could very well be right.

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He's not getting rid of the vaxx passes. Smoke and mirrors.

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True, but there is the possibility that he will. The situation appears fluid. Before the truckers I thought that Quebec would never give up their beloved Vaxx passes. Now, I'm not so sure. Even so, it hasn't changed my mind about leaving this place. After two years I've had enough of this shit.

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Where to go, that is the problem. This is a virus that has infected the world, and I don't mean sars-cov2. There may be not much choice but to stand your ground. I've been thinking of this a lot.

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Great thread. Totally agree. We need to do everything we can to make sure the truckers are supported in defeating the mandates. Thanks for sharing!

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Evil and powerful does not necessarily mean smart. If "they" were smart, they would force Justin to fold. Otherwise, he will be deposed and the dominoes will fall.

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As a native Detroiter, I really "get" the importance of the Ambassador Bridge. Canada can not survive for long with it blocked.

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I hear ya Rick! Born and raised in Buffalo, NY there are 3 bridges there that take us directly to Canada, with thousands of trucks (and some cars) passing through daily. Ridiculous covid rules hurt Canadians and Americans alike who had jobs, families and property in the other country. To continue this BS will only infuriate the masses even more. This needs to stop, and Trudeau must go.

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Your righteous spirit seems strong. Is it having any effect locally on the US side? I imagine traffic but... I also wonder if the US mandates are in effect there?

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They (WEF) will fight with everything they have got - they know that once the truth emerges the chances of them all being tried Nuremburg 2.0 style is highly likely and that even if they manage to avoid this there will be many bullets with their names on them going forward due to all the distraught people who have lost spouses, children, etc. unless they are successful in their totalitarian takeover.

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I agree. If they are wise, they should want to be judged and sentenced in a legal proceeding. Otherwise, as you say, they are likely to face an enraged public's rough justice, which will be far less gentle and civilized. Ultimately, even if they escape either of these, they have an even more daunting judgment awaiting them in the next life.

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Very interesting. Thanks for sharing.

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Klaus Schwab was boasting in 2017 that he had more than half the cabinet controlled.

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Exactly. Who are they? Are they traitors or just misguided?

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Some of the more pervy ones were seduced by the vision of Klaus in his White Bride of Satan outfit. The one with the white garters, white lace cock cover, and white parasol. If you haven’t seen it, search it out. I’d say the rest are traitors to human freedom based on cash, power, and other prizes.

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Isn't that the pic of O'blackjackass?

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Was that really him? I thought it was probably just someone who looked like him.

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LOL! I don’t know!

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Don't look it up. I have never seen something that disturbing in my life. The picture comes, unbidden, to my mind at times. --- It truly shows exactly how disturbed and evil he is.

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If they're incapable of seeing through the malfeasance they are idiots at best, but still traitors nonetheless.

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I like Schwab does it through a combination of brainwashing per his Young Global leaders school, bribes, coercion? Combination thereof?

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I'll bet ALL of his cabinet are all in with the WEF agenda. No need for them to be "compromised". These vile ***holes are all true believers in the PLAN. They all have to go - preferably to a maximum security prison somewhere north of the Yukon. Forever.

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His PM office is dominated by individuals tied to the Communist Party of China either through direct lines to Chinese government funded foundations and such or through lobbying lines/ consulting lines with state-owned or state-controlled corporations. The LIB cabinet is a shadow cabinet and the PM office is the real seat of power and is a vassal of the Chinese Communist Party's global empire. That has to be uprooted from our country.

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The deputy PM is Chrystia Freeland - another WEF and Schwab darling. Experience prior to political stardom: mediocre journalist. Schwab claims he personally knows half the cabinet!

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Yep. She should scare people more than Trudeau. He's kind of a weinie. She isn't.

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Freeland is also aWEF puppet. NoddingHead is next in line if Castreau bails out

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"Castreau". perfect

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Doesn't work that way. Possible but she is not next in line. What would happen is that any contenders to replace TRUDY as leader of LIBs would get their factions to insist on a neutral interim leader -- temporary or acting leader -- in the House. Now, some of these contenders are already jockeying for advantage so you can imagine how splintered the removal of TRUDY would make the caucus. Not every potential contender is an elected MP, by the way. So the interim leader would lead to delays in talks and resolution of the mandate issue. But it would be one way for the contenders to let someone else take the risks of sorting this out short-term and then campaign for leadership as a sort of hands-off convoy issue. For some that would be an advantage given the readiness of the legacy media to go along. However, the point here is that the deputy leader is not like a vice president who is in a line of progression. She has no real power without TRUDY's backroom goons. She can not stand on her own. So, those contenders who want a fair crack at the contest would reject her as an interim because she is NOT neutral and would be a continuation of the failed policy and approach. Very complicated but given that two senior QUEBEC MPs are already locked and loaded there splintering will be open despite attempts to keep much buried beneath the surface. This may be why TRUDY is still in the PM office - just to hold on until the cacaus and party hotshots can sort something out. He is not changing the approach because he may not be able to do anything else at the moment. TRUDY is not the man for the job, anyway. The deputy prime minister is not the woman for the job either.

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We know how the process works by the way. The knives are out for Clown Justin McBlackface, who will be Brutus? And yeah, NoddingHead is no guarantee for the job, though she does have a support faction. Nonetheless, a horrible person and a worse choice. Mark Carney appears to be a favourite, though again, he is another Globalist puppet to carry on the Liberal destruction of Canuckistan. The Liberal party is a hollow shell, built around an empty suit drama teacher with a famous last name.

Not sure if the not Conservatives are a better choice, and we won’t talk about the Meethead crew or the Bloqheads. Max is the biggest benefactor of all this, but it’s still a steep hill for him.

Go Truckers! Never would I thought to see the day where the nation is threatened by Bouncy Castles!

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Some know that it is a power grab. The rest think this is for the people's own good. Those are the worst kind.

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Seems to me that Klaus Schwab is the visible leader of a cult. Let's call it the Party of Davos. Assuming this is legitimate, you can find lists to some of his devotees at these links.

https://wikispooks.com/wiki/WEF/Global_Leaders_for_Tomorrow

https://wikispooks.com/wiki/WEF/Young_Global_Leaders

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Schwab is an demon-filled alien.

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Feb 9, 2022·edited Feb 9, 2022

Yesterday was such an encouraging news day for Canada:

1. Saskatchewan drops vaccine passport.

2. MP Lightbound courageously breaks ranks.

3. Ottawa towing companies refuse to tow big rigs out of Ottawa's downtown.

4. Alberta drops vaccine passport.

This snowball's a-rollin!

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Feb 9, 2022·edited Feb 9, 2022

Alberta 'drops' vaxport -- not really. They are keeping the database, QR codes etc. so that any other entity (city, business, whatever) can continue to mandate the pass, and of course they could 'turn it back on' just as quick as they turned it off.

If you want it dead, you have to cut off its head -- get rid of the database, programs that support it, the whole shebang. Anything less is a meaningless gesture, like what Kenney did yesterday. Hopefully the truckers and farmers, and their Rebel News-funded lawyer Chad Williamson, see through this ruse and reject Kenney's 'offer.'

The blockade is back up and running at Coutts, so maybe this indeed is what happened.

https://www.rebelnews.com/coutts_area_mla_says_convoy_has_inspired_the_world_to_fight_for_freedom

(edited to add link re. Coutts and vaxpass)

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That's true. Not a real dropping. But here in Ontario even this kind of "fake" dropping would be an improvement from the current state of limbo.

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But let's not get too jubilant just yet - they have other evils up their sleeves. One only needs to look at the odious legislation being tabled in the UK and the US (and elsewhere?) making anyone who speaks out an enemy of state and a criminal for spreading "misinformation". Really? And just who gets to define what constitutes "misinformation"?

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Canada has such legislation pending. It is focussed, for now, on the interwebs.

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I didn't know that! Not surprising. They are evil.

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And an Ottawa judge ordered the pooolice to return the fuel they stole from the truckers.

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Oh! I did not know that. So hard to find good news from up there!

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The media are bought and payed for shills for government propaganda: CBC/Radio‑Canada recognized $1,209M of government funding (70.6% of total revenue and other sources of funds)

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"mandates are the way to avoid further restrictions"

Is that not just about the most succinct evidence that he is an incorrigible, inveterate totalitarian? Not trying to play in hyperbole here.

"Mandates are the way to avoid further restrictions" ~ how is that not totalitarianism to its core?

He is unfit for office to HIS core, and Canadians need to expel him forthwith, by whatever legal means are at their disposal.

Nevermind his incompetence and tone-deafness and total lack of self-awareness and fecklessness and cowardice, etc.; he is an enemy of the democratic, republican form of government. A domestic enemy.

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“We must cut off your head to save you from a head cold”

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He has incited violence against Canadians. He is an active ter---st.

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I call it: Justin Bozeau

https://flote.app/post/0d2972ed-6ab9-45a1-8aac-865d3e09c695

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Are clowns threats to freedom? I think he's a lot worse than a clown

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Part of dissent is mocking. Humor will get you more allies than an expectation that everyone must share the same descriptive adjectives that you would apply. He’s a tyrant. He’s dangerous. He’s a clown. These statements can all be true.

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I agree. Trudeau is a demonic tyrant who has no place in a free society.

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If the nose fits 😆

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Remove him by force NOW

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so... am I the only one who looked up "gormless" and now intends to use that word?

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It's a great word but to me it suggests unintentional stupidity or ignorance borne of naïveté. I would apply a phrase like 'wilful ignorance' or a word like "obtuse" to a person like Justin Trudeau. I'd even go a step further because we know that it is all by design. As obtuse as he is, Justin knows he is on the ropes. However, in typical tyrannical fashion he's planning to take down with him as many Canadians as possible.

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Feb 9, 2022·edited Feb 9, 2022

I enjoy watching this latest video with the sound off. Without the words and only the body language, even with the mask on, I read total and glorious panic. He is shitting bricks. His ineptitude has created a movement that has gone viral worldwide and his handlers are livid!

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unfortunately, he seems more concerned about how his handlers feel than how Canadians are doing.

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Definitely. But I don’t think he can take the pressure much longer. Dude is going to stroke out at this rate.

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yeah. if he is actually jabbed and boosted it becomes more likely

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His greatest responsibility before PM was a part time drama class. He is so scared he can't even think any more. I both pity him, and loathe him.

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There is an even better word to describe Trudeau: EVIL!

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I agree. He just can't believe the "great unwashed" are fighting back. He does think he is better than the citizens

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He is an actor, a failed drama school teacher, who speaks lines given to him. To perform his real function he does not need to comprehend anything; none of it needs to make sense; it is just lines of a script he has learned and thinks is magically casting a spell on the popuation. He's not authentic in any possible way. I wonder how he even wakes up in the morning and faces the day without wanting to end it.

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Quite true. In this clip, he is a nervous actor. Otherwise, he'd have found a camera to stare at as a single point to give the viewers the sense that he was looking right at them with honesty and sincerity and integrity and all that blah-blah-blah. Instead, his eyes darted around like he was looking for the nearest escape.

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My impression is that he has been given his exit orders. He is now a placeholder. But behind the scenes there are many contenders to replace him. Probally the goons that put that toad on the fencepost are keen to pick the next one too. But the LIB caucus is not unified. These are not like the DEMs in the US, in this regard. If the goons keep control with a different cardboard cutout, then, the brave dissenters will be purged. THAT could lead to an open rebellion - especially given the spirit of freedom that is in the air because of the good people whose trucks have brought such a turnout of more good people right on the front door of the hotshots.

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A standard insult in the UK!

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Is it? Love it.

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Great word isn’t it?👍🏼

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yes. has the advantage of sounding related to "gumless" or "gutless"

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In my view, a great deal of the tyranny we see all around the world is enabled by & might even only be possible because of consolidation in every sector everywhere.

We’re sold this on efficiency grounds. If there weren’t monolithic corporations, everything would be a little more expensive.

I don’t care. I recommend we cut up the large conglomerates in every sector into much smaller pieces (% of market to be determined).

If it raises the retail prices of some things, so that we have fewer possessions, I’d commend it as a better alternative to today’s situation, where we are mostly all toyed up, but have almost no freedom.

Even if we succeed in driving these monsters off, we need to change several things to render a repeat much harder & slower to accomplish.

For the same reason, control of huge internet corporations must also be divided.

The little person doesn’t care about corporate efficiency. But they do care about corporations having secured to themselves greater power than the government in their own country. That cannot be permitted to stand. Democratic governments cannot be positioned where they find themselves outgunned by corporate interests or those of private Foundations. No more. It’s our country. Our lives. Our futures, or rather, those of our children.

Those corporations paying fealty to the WEF yet having not disclosed this material fact to shareholders are operating illegally.

I propose that the WEF become a proscribed organisation in some way. It’s become too powerful. That cannot be allowed to stand.

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Bang on, Mike. I have been calling for a #RevokeTheirCharters movement (https://www.adbusters.org/full-articles/rise-of-the-corporate-charter-revocation-movement) for years.

When corporate organisms become a pathological threat to the people, they need to be extinguished. The secret to creating a sustainable, resilient economy is small+local.

We need to put a stake in the heart of Mr. Global/GloboCap and stop being enslaved to cheap, convenient solutions that ultimately end up costing us our freedom. And then taxpayers pay the cost in corporate welfare, thus negating any illusionary short-term savings.

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The biggest issue we need to tackle is the GIS police state and tracking facilitated by nearly everyone on the planet always carrying around a trackable GPS that provides personal information on everything from whereabouts to banking.

The problem is such: this level of data collection and tracking is easily destroyed by destroying this very device. If 80%+ of the citizens of the world said NO we would rather have freedom than a f*#king cellphone and smashed them to oblivion the whole QR credit score would be demolished also. However, we have a majority of the population who would sooner sacrifice their children then their addictive cell phone. Hell, they even spend more time with their cell phone then they do with their kids!

These 'convenience devices' have become electronic shackles, in the beginning only mentally but now we see it morphing into physical shackles as well!

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I work in the IT sector. You should see the looks and comments I get when I tell my consultants and associates that I don't carry a cell phone. From day 1 of that technology era I knew I didn't want to be reached all the time. Employers who wanted to give me one, with a full support plan, were told that they would have to triple my salary - Pay me 24 hours per day instead of 8 hours. I still don't have a cell phone.

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Agreed. But folks can always turn off their phones until/if they want to use them. That would cut down on a lot of tracking.

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am not sure if the apple phone is EVER ‘OFF’... creepy devices

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In theory, check out "The Social Dilemma" on Netflix. It provides some insight into why they can't / won't.

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We don’t get Netflix and I don’t have time to watch anything, but that has been recommended to me before, so I’ll put it on my watchlist in case we ever have the opportunity to watch it.

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I understand how busy you are - and appreciate your efforts! Main take away of the film is that these devices are as addictive as heroin and stimulate the same areas of the human brain. The AI involved is programed to identify and prompt you with the items most likely to get you back on the screen. It is worst kind of 'pusher' you could think of.

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Great idea. That’s a good first step toward weaning.

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Another great point!

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If you get deep enough into GIS as it relates to social media you will find the obligatory arguments about privacy (some take it seriously - but many in the field are far more concerned with what 'else' can be added/collected).

I was one of the few who expressed any concern about this during class discussions, the other person who found it a disturbing trend grew up in a communist state. All this 'information gathering' is very dangerous - there is a reason why older people who lived through Nazi Germany would first shred photos they intended to get rid of if they contained images of people before putting them in the garbage. Try to do that with your electronic footprint - most people do not understand the ramifications of the 'social media' they use. Pseudonyms help and VPN's are worth the investment!

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Exactly—every totalitarian state makes tracking its citizens a central policy, from the Third Reich to the KGB to the Stasi to today’s New Normal Tyranny, which has powers 20th-century dictators could only dream of.

Bjorn Andreas Bull-Hansen (https://www.youtube.com/c/TheVikingBushcrafter/videos?view=0&sort=dd&shelf_id=0) talks about this topic a lot (one example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pwgXGZfUGSQ).

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Thanks, I will check that out. I was exposed to this issue as it was emerging in academia a while back. I was surprised to learn that in many nations where even food supply was sporadic many had cell phones. My first question was how was that possible - these things are not cheap after all. Turns out they are cheap to obtain there. But why would companies sell them at or below costs? Answer: the cell phones are not what make the money for these companies - your data is! That is why they give you the $1000- phone with the 'plan' - YOU (the consumer) are the product!

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100% agree. But what you say is precisely why those in power through consolidation will never allow for that consolidation to be broken up. Your ideas are more for after we win than on how we win.

What you speak of us a recurring theme in history: some get too much power, and they immediately begin agitating to get more and more. Byzantine emperor's complained about this, and there is a fair amount in the Old Testament that seems to indicate this as a problem.

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It starts with ending the Federal Reserve and all central banking. This is THE centralization that allows all other centralizations to occur. It completely rots out society in every imaginable.

Two excellent books to get anyone started on this The Creature from Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin and Money, Bank Credit, and Economic Cycles by Jesus Huerta de Soto.

Yes, these aren't light, easy reading books. But, that is because understanding what central banks really do and how they destroy money and society is not easy. Very few take the time to understand it.

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Couldn't agree more. WEF must be prevented from any ties to government (Ideally destroyed - they do not work for the common good).

Mega-corporations, Pharma, and current national governments (that contain many WEF 'plants') are cooperatively functioning as the the 'new' Global Stasi. Anyone familiar with how the East German Stasi operated knows that the government officials going along with these measures fall into one of 3 groups: The first are fully indoctrinated, actually believe the lies themselves, and are willingly putting themselves and their families at risk from these shots. The second group are aware this is wrong but they have been corrupted and will take measures to protect their own families while getting rich off this debacle, and the third group also know this is wrong and would prefer to stand on the right side of history, but Pharma/ Government has dirt on them such that they are willing to risk a personal public backlash that not only could destroy their career but also their life. This is what we are up against - the vax pass is the new 'show me your papers'. This can move very quickly into the police state where when ordered to show your papers if you try to run the first shot is a warning in the air, the second in your back - they can ask the questions later if you live.

"if it raises the prices of some things, so we have fewer possessions" - Isn't this BETTER in terms of all those environmental concerns they keep spouting anyways? Currently we have gone 'all in' for the disposable society model. One use almost everything. I have known many people who lived through WWII - they saved and reused everything they could, having been programmed that there might not be more tomorrow.

I have no idea how we go about getting rid of the WEF, but I would say a good start is to eliminate anyone from our political class that is associated with them. Anyone even remotely linked to them will never get my vote - I do not care what banner they run under.

Mass boycott by the citizens of anything linked to WEF, be it politicians or products? Is this even feasible?

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Great points, Persephonia. WEF politicians need to be stigmatized and branded as the totalitarian despots they are. People need to start thinking of the WEF in the same way they would think about the Nazi Party. No one would want to vote for their puppets let alone be associated with these sadistic and criminal threats to humanity.

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Exactly. Ideally it would be great to have an independent organization for the people that worked to dig up everything in terms of associations and financial ties on politicians going forward. If the WEF wants to throw their puppets in the ring - fine - but the public deserves to know whose interests these people will actually be serving.

I never paid much attention to Schwab's writing before - but after seeing some of it I was shocked that anyone would make such suggestions. Then understanding the vast sphere of influence he operates within - and who he has ultimately working for him! Now I am convinced these are the neo-Nazis and need to be regarded as such.

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The HONKING will continue until governance improves!

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Justin: 'But Klaus, you said this would work!' Klaus: 'Justin, thanks for taking the fall for me. Apprec.'

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Klaus continued....You know, Justin, this was all an experiment, right?

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Canadians have a new idea for peaceful rebellion: mail masks to Trudeau. No postage is required within Canada to mail letters to the PM.

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used masks

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Used tissue of some sort. Use your imagination.

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A little tartar sauce goes a long way...

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that is bio-terrorism. would you kindly accompany these friendly officers to the designated black site, please?

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They might want to claim it but there is no need to add your return address or name.

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Can't be bio-terrorism. Have you seen any bio-hazard trash cans anywhere? They should be all OVER the place...if masks were actually capturing virus particles.

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Definitely. I will collect some that are just litter in my neighborhood.

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don't even have to be, just the idea...

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Poor Justin. He has Klaus Schwab yelling in his ear to stand firm, while watching it all fall apart around him. The plan to institute passports aka social credit systems worldwide is failing because the pretext - vaccines - did not work as expected. Who expected that Canadian truckers would be leading the charge to try to save the free world?

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If it’s wasn’t such an insult to cats, I’d call him a pussy.

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My hound dog Buckley concurs.

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Well, he's a bit better than Biden at performance art. At least he doesn't read the "LEAVE NOW" line before he scurries away quickly to avoid uncomfortable questions.

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hahaha

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Thank you Gato! Trudeau’s fatal flaw (and I agree with the man child comment!) is while he is imposing his grand WEF vision on a reluctant populace, he still craves our love and admiration. It is a vulnerability. The optics are not good. Stay strong and disciplined Canadian friends! The públic is already tired of the “racist/fascist canard.

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You have a strong point. Let me sharpen it. Trudeau wants people to be fooled by his performances. What he craves is the approval of his masters. To win the latter he must not fail in the former. His vulnerability is that he can not do either and is now a recognized as a liability by both the rock and the hard place. His end has come and it is just a matter of time for his inglorious exit from the heights he was lifted to. There is no parachute.

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The "public" shouldn't have fallen for it in the first place. The "public" bears a portion of the blame for this ****show. They helped to enable it.

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Klaus Schwab and his WEF, who have placed all of its "graduates" of the "Young Global Leaders" aka "School for Covid Dictators" into positions of power in the last 20 years--Ardern, Macron, Trudeau, Johnson, Newsom, Merkel, Blair and many others seem to have a grip on the world, despite that they are likely to be well outnumbered at this point. Pushing and pushing and pushing a totalitarian control regime against the will of the people. They will not give up--we cannot give up.

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They have awakened a sleeping giant. Two years ago, who'd even heard of the WEF young leaders program? Or the WEF and its leader Klaus Schwab for that matter? Or Soros and his Open Society? Unfortunately for them, many now know. The truckers have chosen Ottawa as the hill upon which these evil monsters will die, and expect the monsters to fight to the end. But they cannot win against an ephemeral enemy, and the truckers are a mere physical realisation of something much larger. They can play whack-a-mole for a while but that will not get them a victory -- just a whole bunch of bad PR. The end is near for them, because there are millions of us now awake against maybe a few hundred of them.

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Very true. I couldn't be more clued in now, but in March 2020, I had never heard of Schwab, the WEF, Blackrock, the problem with the Federal Reserve/central banking system and that media was owned by basically one force. Let's just hope more people are waking up because we know that there are still millions who literally have no idea what we are talking about.

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The arch-villains you mentioned depend on centralized political power and money to do their mischief. If we don't use their money or take the power from their parasitic goons (politicians) there's nothing they can do.

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Yes, sounds easy, but we are entrenched. Even the most "activist" of us are entrenched in the central banking system, medical system, and many more. We need a road map to the way out.

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I didn't say it was easy!!

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It's especially crazy considering we're now on the tail end of the winter wave and Canada has months and months and months before another serious corona wave, NO MATTER WHAT THE RULES ARE.

The 'experts' might be baffled by virus activity, but those of us who have been paying attention have been nailing it since summer 2020.

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Anyone with a minute more than High school science class should have seen how this pathogen would "behave"

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When Omicron hit the tables turned. Even most normies scan see it as near everyone getting Covid is vaccinated now. https://dailyexpose.uk/2022/02/06/canadas-pandemic-of-the-fully-vaccinated/. I think by SK & AB lifting of restrictions before respiratory virus season ends, they hope a) the truckers will go home and b) more unvaccinated will go out to restaurants etc. and get infected to gin the numbers. Then back to mandates.

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I agree, but I think saying "It was Omi" is disingenuous. They knew before Omi that the jab couldn't stop transmission. The winter wave was coming, Omi or not.

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For sure they did. Manufacturers never claimed to have even measured impact on transmission. Just that Omi is so transmissible that it’s impossible to misread/mislead the data now.

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the bullshit that came of of Castro's mouth was off the scale lunacy, the truckers are going to be there for months unless parliament removes the turd

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"...mandates are the way to avoid further restrictions..."

Sounds like the weasel rewrote "Freedom is Slavery ".

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Wrong word order. What he said amounts to, "Slavery is freedom."

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He did, in a way.

It never ceases to amaze me how leftists have the almost idiot-savant capability of coming up with such a plethora of platitudes that are then parroted until they pervade the pathos of the entire population.

"Love is love"

"Black Lives Matter"

"Climate Change"

"Social Justice"

"Systemic Racism"

"Domestic Terrorist"

"Just Say No"

Etc., etc. etc. etc. etc. ad nauseam.

Perhaps my favorite is among the first: "Liberté, égalité, fraternité", which is prima facie preposterous in that enforced equality is the mortal enemy of liberty and fraternity.

A close second is the slogan that adorns Camp V at the Gitmo concentration camp: "Honor Bound to Defend Freedom".

But I digress.

Among the foundational pillars of modern leftism is a profound ignorance: Of history, economics, the scientific method, rhetoric, etc.

Access to a large quiver of platitudes allows the leftist to trot one out rather than thinking anything through or having to construct a coherent argument, all while also reinforcing the sense of superiority characteristic of the breed.

"The problem isn't that Johnny can't read. The problem isn't even that Johnny can't think. The problem is that Johnny doesn't know what thinking is: he confuses it with feeling."

~ Thomas Sowell

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It is nice that Lightbound is willing to be Canadia's Manchin, but clarity demands that we recognize that he is a cryptofascist with a different colored, opportunistic wig.

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This!!!!! All these Liberal Party hacks (and those in the NDP and Conservative Parties) need to be locked up and interrogated. Until proven otherwise, the assumptions should be that they are all part and parcel of this evil Plan and in the pay of the WEF.

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In my humble and probably 'unacceptable'(Go Truckers!) opinion, I believe that Blackface has simply lost it - simple... punto! He was never particulary gifted to start with but he is now the classic rabbit-in-the-headlight, where his small woke brain cannot rationalize that there are 'acceptable' options out there - he is incapable of reading the room. He has boxed himself in and has left himself with no off-ramp: all the Truckers need is for Blackface to engage with them, or at the very least acknowledge they have a point or two, and so he has inadvertently provide no off-ramp for them either. He is behaving just like Chavexz did when PDVSA's brightest went on strike, or Maduro currently, or pick any left-leaning leader anywhere. He is hoping that he can police his way out of this, like a good police state, but unlike the new Ozzie Penal Colony or the Nazi Austrian Empire, the police seem reluctant (in the majority anyway) to do his dirty work. If Blackface does not engage then there will be conflict and I believe this is his goal. I really hope this is not the case.

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Blackface, Blackrock... black hearts.

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Rabbit in the headlights. Reminds me of the time I hit a jackrabbit that looked like the size of a kangaroo coming out of Wasaga Beach late one night.

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Feb 9, 2022·edited Feb 9, 2022

The Trudeau / Canada situation reminds me a lot of the Newsom / California situation. Lot of sound and furry from those that don't support him, but at the end of the day all he needs to have are the three big population centers onboard with his madness and he's bulletproof. That's what Trudeau knows and why he is sticking with the policies that his base, the big blue cities full of Branch Covidians, wants. The rest of the country or state want them gone now, but when election or recall time comes, they easily coast to re-election.

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His own caucus has splintered. His alliance with the NDP is also cracking because the NDP caucus has splintered. There is a grassroots rebellion underway across the political spectrum. The only home, for now, for about half the population is FREEDOM 2022 which has the advantage of not being a political party but a movement. Its leadership has been open and transparent and has shown itself to be very effective both in communicating and in delivering each step of its planned demonstration. The turnout to support the Convoy, in its various branches across the country, has been unprecedented and not tied to any particular party -- and, to think the other way around, has not excluded people from any party and so is the most incusive political entity at the moment. The fringe minority are also invited to join in the cause of freedom; it is hard to gauge but many in that fringe covidmania hobbled minority are splintering away from the fearmongering narrative. The grassroots of each party are heading toward seperation, if not divorce, from the party leadership. This has happened in Canada, in the past and even in recent history, but not so quickly and so deeply and so broadly. This is a true sea change. And the sea is not tamed by the political ships left vulnerable in harbour.

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Would be nice to believe but this all sounds exactly like the hyped Larry Elder movement and the narrative that a sea change was underway in California and ready to dump Newsom hope that ended up all being based on a false hope that the leftists that occupy and control the big population centers were waking up and ready for a change. Nope, those people will never vote for a Conservative or anything but leftists. They might break away somewhat from the Covidian madness but would only break toward another leftist that is bound to be as bad or worse. And the sometimes hopeful and loud minority learn the hard way that they are merely along for the ride they'd rather not be on. The hope of improving their lot through the ballot box is gone. The only options left are remain as a ward of the state and under the thumb of the left or vote with their feet.

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Stolen elections are real. Rigging the system has been going on in Cali for generations. One party system, for all intents and purposes. Intents. Purposes. ALL. It gets to the point where even the opposition understand and work within their limitations, as you described. Breaking up Cali is probally the most efficient way to disrupt the system but that means open rebellion and choosing battles that can be won before the next is undertaken.

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Yeah, just not sure "stolen" is the correct term for it. The "people" of CA are getting the government they vote for and want. Of course, when you vote to be ruled, well, those who rule make the rules.

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How's it going with far Northern Cali breaking away? (Or was it all the blue counties?) Are they still fighting for that?

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That stuff has always been a pipe dream. There have been several plans to divvy up CA so that the majority of land mass, which is red and largely agricultural, can escape the rule of the coastal elite. But, of course, the power in Sacramento now is far too out of reach for those with those plans to ever actually achieve that dream.

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Voting with their feet is the best option for all of us, if they continue to vote red in red states, because it would bring down the number of representatives the blue states get and increase the representatives in the red states. The Senate would still be a possible problem.

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That's the hope, but it comes with a problem too. Problem is a lot of the left is simply unaware that they are the cause of the problem, so they leave for safer, more free places too but they bring their politics with them and end up turning red to purple or blue. California has done this to it's neighboring states and is doing it to Texas now, for example. They are also fleeing in droves for Idaho now, sending Boise and other real estate markets there through the roof. Same is true of the North Easterners migrating to the southern states.

You might get Canadian migrants coming to the U.S. trying to escape whatever tyrannical policy that's currently bothering them, but they're more often than not still going to want to bring those Canadian big government programs, such as universal single payer health care with them. Their causes simply do not see their effects.. So they just end up creating the same situation from which they fled.

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That last point may be worth expanding a bit. The political parties are like ships caught vulnerable in harbour during a massive storm; they would be safer out at sea where the storm would pass them by, but at harbour they are trapped. The metaphor provides a way out for the political hotshots -- take to the sea and ride out the storm elsewhere; or be smashed against the shoreline and enter oblivion.

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I would like to know which of Meethead’s commies have split away. The NDP is a Borg entity, dogmatic and rigidly socialist, there is no freedom of thought there whatsoever. Human rights, shuman rights, that’s so yesterday!

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Should have known he would never deliver the electoral reform he promised. First-past-the-post is the only way he has a chance. Proportional representation would have given us a conservative government last election.

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Of course, never a chance in hell he'd pass anything that didn't actually improve his chances at retaining and growing his power. Government Politics 101.

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Did you think that he was going to implement election reform?

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Not really, but remembering the Liberal's campaign promise of making "2015 Canada's last First Past the Post election," the disparity between the promise and the reality is just especially egregious. It was an absurd promise for the leader of a party that uniquely benefits from FPTP to make, considering Trudie never had the integrity to fulfill promises against his own interest.

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I kind of expected your answer but it was still very reassuring to see it in print!

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It's obvious now that our electoral system needs a total overhaul. Previously, I was not in favour of proportional representation as it often leads to anarchy and gridlock. However, after this ****show, I'm willing to give it a try. Anything is better than electing another Trudeau.

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With proportional representation, you'd have a never-ending succession of Trudeaus. A permanent Liberal-NDP-Green revolving coalition.

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You might be quite right there! I don't know how to fix this. Of course, we could just get rid of the Federal government altogether!

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Feb 9, 2022·edited Feb 9, 2022

USA here. 😉 --- What is your "first-past-the-post law? I take it he is not voted in my majority votes like here. --- Can he be eliminated by just dumping (?) him like O'Toole was? (Edited to add O'Toole question.)

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First past the post means that the party that wins the most seats wins. A riding is a population density based voting district. Each party has riding candidates that make up the seats in the House of Commons (like your house of reps). We don't have anything like an electoral college like you do. The problem with our system is that Canada has a population of 38 million today. With Ontario having a population of 15 million and Quebec around 13 million, you can see how the election is determined in Ontario and Quebec, literally. Add the Atlantic provinces in and the election is over once Ontario has finished voting. The western provinces, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the north really don't have much say in who forms the government. This is a problem as you can plainly see.

I don't think we have recall legislation like you do. The most that can be done is a non confidence vote. That happens when the party in power tries to pass legislation and the ministers (the 'seats') vote against. In that case, the government falls and an election is called. I've never seen this happen when there is a majority government. I have seen it happen where there is a minority. Usually the governing party, if they are in a minority position will make alliances with an opposition party to 'prop them up' to avoid a non confidence vote but at times, they fail.

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(Accidentally deleted my first reply.)

The US does not have recall power for Congressmen, Senators, or President, barring a Constitutional amendment that won't ever happen. Each state has its own variation for recalling state-level officers.

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So, it's kinda like some of our left (blue) states really aren't blue, they just have a county or a city with lots of blue votes that override the rest of the states voters by majority. If, however, the right (red) people move to another state, en mass, it would alter the # of representatives the state gets in Congress, making them (blue) less powerful, in the long run. --- The Electoral College has voted with the majority as long as I can remember, although, by law they don't have to. --- If your PM was elected by majority, you'd probably end up with the same problem then correct?

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The PM is an MP elected in a riding. So he is not elected to the office of PM, unlike say a Governor or President in the US. In the parliamentary system, the PM garners the most votes, or solidifies blocks such as alliances between political parties, from elected House members. Imagine Pelosi as the PM by virtue of a DEM majority in Congress. Canada does not have an elected Senate so no counter-balance built-in for regional representation via the States. In Parliament the legislative body is the House of Commons; the executive is the cabinet chosen from among elected representatives who are supportive of the individual who manages to form a majority in the House under his or her leadership. Parties are traditional but not a constitutional requirement. As you can see, there is no real seperation between executive and legislative bodies. The members of the cabinet are elected members of the House and, sometimes also unelected/ appointed members of the Senate. Constitutionally, the PM, with the support of his cabinet, can appoint anyone to serve as a cabinet minister whether that person is elected in his own party, is unelected in the Senate, or is neither in the House nor in the Senate. And further weakening the checks and balances is the problem that the cabinet, or really the PM Office, appoints judges even to the Supreme Court, without any real oversight in the House nor in the Senate. The PM, acting alone, can appoint whomever he wishes whether or not that person has any legal or judicial qualifications and experience. There are conventions, of course, but these are not safeguards against partisan appointments and stacking of the courts. The only real check on all of this power is the readiness of the population, or some segment of it, to rebel either in elections or through other direct means. This is how the Parliament of England was created, step by step, and this is what Canada inherited with the parliamentary system. Lots of conventions, traditions, unwritten 'laws', mixed in with the written Constitution that is just 40 years old or so and largely untested in the judicial system.

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You know, having described the system for you, it is striking how much the CONVOY demonstration fits neatly into the history of parliamentary formation and reforms. This is how it was ever done under such a system. Too bad that TRUDEAU is so out of touch that he thought himself master of all.

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I appreciate all the information and your patience with this "ignorant American."

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First past the post means that regardless of the number of candidates in a riding, whomever gets the most votes wins that riding. Classic examples abound in Canadian elections. There are ridings with three-way races where the first to win 1/3rd of the vote plus one will be the victor even though about 2/3rds voted against that candidate. The Parliamentary system is based on the tradition, not a constitutional requirement, of political parties voting as blocks. Again, many examples in Canadian history of a non-majority governing through various improvised or cobbled-together majority votes on issues that do not provoke a non-confidence vote in the House that would turf the minority government and make possible another minority to be formed, or a new election called. Canada really has a two-party system that is fragmented but not as severely fragmented as in, say, Italy or Israel. The electoral reform that was talked about recently was a form of proportional representation which, in Canada, is confounded by the artifice of regional representation and further by the artifice of ethnic representation, i.e. french-language but also First Nations aka native indians. It is a mess that would probally require amendment to the Canadian Constitution which, tragically, is unamendable given the problem of electoral representation that is at the root of the problem that proportional representation is aimed at solving. The upshot is that the TRUDEAU campaign played with the notion but had no real plan to implement it effectively. It is a lost cause.

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Representation by population is the surest way to electoral reform; however, the federal system needs to be improved to make provinces more autonomous and less dependent on the centralized institution of the PM Office which is NOT a constitutional requirement. Shrink government and most of the problems go away. Limit the federal government, modernize representation, and depend on the autonomous provinces to provide regional counter-balance is probally the most economical way to safeguard the freedom of the individual rather than shoehorn each person into identity groups of one kind or another.

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Feb 9, 2022·edited Feb 9, 2022

Decentralization of power is the only answer. Unfortunately, preventing the existence and growth of centralized power in the first place is what history has shown to be the only peaceful solution. The way out was the way in and now that we're in (I include the U.S. in this too), you won't ever get out through wishing the ruling class would cede their power and authority or that the ruled classes will 'wake up' and vote in enough numbers to reject a nanny state and embrace the kind of liberty that only a cultural adherence to personal responsibility can deliver.

Most people who consider themselves moderates and right leaning by today's standards are not willing to sacrifice the apparatuses of the state that have been erected over the decades that ultimately and inextricably protects and shifts the power away from the places where they actually live to Washington DC and Ottawa. They'll say they do, but a closer examination reveals that what they actually want is simply a transfer of that power and authority from "their" rulers to "our" rulers.

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Smaller federal government is usually the answer to many things.

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It does sound like a sad mess. 🙁

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Feb 9, 2022·edited Feb 9, 2022

A bit of a simplification but: Citizens are represented federally by Members of Parliament (MPs). Each MP represents a riding, which is a geographic region. In each of Canada's 338 ridings, candidates from each party run for election. The candidate with the most votes in a riding wins that riding (so, for example, in my riding, a Liberal MP was elected, and she now sits in the House of Commons). The leader of the party who won the most ridings becomes the Prime Minister.

The problem, then, is you can have the majority of the individual votes for MPs of one party, and still have another party win the overall election. So to simplify, if in 51% of ridings, 51% of people voted for Party A, and in the other 49% of ridings 100% of people vote for Party B, the leader of Party A would still become Prime Minister because Party A was "first past the post" in a slim majority of ridings. The question of how slim the majority is, or whether most individuals get the outcome they want, is discounted.

Better explained here:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First-past-the-post_voting#Arguments_against

(Actually not sure about the process for ousting a Prime Minister. I don't think it's happened in my lifetime).

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I like how Trudeau is acting like he has basically nothing to do with the mandates. He’s tired of them too, guys! But what can he do, it’s The Science! Sacrifices must be made to this God! Also, probably my favorite part is when he says “restrictions are necessary to prevent further restrictions” (I may be paraphrasing…)

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So much for 'following the science'. He's a fascist bastard charlatan. Not only should he resign he should leave the country like totalitarian bastards often do when their reign has ended.

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Is there a Las Vegas betting line yet as to when he quits or is dismissed?

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Very good question; bookmakers tend to provide best guidance for the near future.

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Absolutely

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Joel Lightfoot also said he wants the arguments used to justify lockdowns and mandates, to be made public.

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Drop all of the restrictions and insane policies as soon as possible... but even if you do, we can't wait to start lawfully rounding you monsters up and putting you on trial. We will *never* forget what has been done over the last 15 days to flatten the curve.

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Who elected a man in blackface with an anti-racist platform 3 times?

Canadians.🕺🧚‍♂️

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Somewhere around 18% in the last federal election. The rest did not vote, or voted for someone else.

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He only has to get seats in Morontariowe and Queerbec to get elected, plus the welfare Maritimes. The west is anti-Liberal, except Vancouver. Canada is a very divided country, thanks to Castreau

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"It puts the vaccine in its body."

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History is being made as people wake to the fools that govern them.

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At this point I don’t think the liberals in the US or Canada will be able to recover the trust of its citizens, and they sure as hell won’t forget the harm done do to their children!

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I hope so, but we forget how many millions have no idea what we're talking about.

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Justice requires Turdo experience his own Mussolini moment.

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'Ongoing restrictions are the way to avoid further restrictions.'

How did we get to this place where evil clowns are in power?

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It can't be that difficult to amend the US Constitution so that we can elect a feline President can it?

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Nah, get Obiden to mandate it.

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Mr. El Gato Malo, your many posts on this topic have inspired like-minded Texans to hold our own versions of Trudeau (sadly, there are many in the Lone Star State) accountable for carrying water for Covidstan. There must be punishment. Read more here:

https://texasindependencefromcovidstan.substack.com/p/texas-needs-a-nuremburg-20-tribunal

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I hope these dimbulb, tyrannical wef monsters all get quadruple jabbed. If only so their dramatically shortened

lives will be an unending misery of colds, sinus infections, throat's flambeau, pharoah's revenge, paralysis, migraines, strokes, high blood pressure, dic, thrombocytopenia and so on.

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