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    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defended his use of the Emergencies Act on Freedom Convoy protestors and restrictions on the unvaccinated, saying unvaccinated Canadians accepted the consequences of not taking the vaccine. Prime Minister Trudeau spoke about unvaccinated Canadians during an interview this week saying, “It was their choice and nobody ever was going to force anyone into doing something they don’t want to do.” “But there are consequences when you don’t. You cannot choose to put at risk your co-workers. You cannot choose to put at risk the people sitting beside you on an aeroplane,” Trudeau told broadcaster CBC. Working class peasants need to pipe down and mind their Elite betters! https://t.co/UmMvs4tOmX — Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) January 28, 2022 Trudeau has previously linked unvaccinated people to racism and misogyny while a guest on a French-speaking Quebec television programme last year. “We all know people who are deciding whether or not they are willing to get vaccinated, and we will do our very best to try to convince them. However, there is still a part of the population (that) is...
    Joe Rogan used part of the Joe Rogan Experience podcast #1831 to discuss how “disgusted” he was to hear Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s push against gun ownership. Trudeau’s comments about guns were made on the Crooked Media podcast then reported by the Western Standard. He said, “We have a culture where the difference is guns can be used for hunting or for sport shooting in Canada and there’s lots of gun owners and they’re mostly law respecting and law abiding.” Trudeau added, “But you can’t use a gun for self-protection in Canada, that’s not a right that you have, in the constitution or anywhere else.” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has told listeners of an American podcast that firearm owners in Canada don’t have the right to use their weapon in self-defence. https://t.co/rHcQ3nQPgh — Western Standard (@WSOnlineNews) June 11, 2022 The Post Millennial posted a clip on Rumble in which Rogan talked about how “disgusted” he was after reading Trudeau’s statements about not being able to use a gun to protect life. Rogan said, “It’s one of the most wild things I’ve ever...
    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Wednesday he is revoking the wide-reaching emergency powers that put an end to the Freedom Convoy protest, but said an investigation into whether he was right to use it will not begin for two months. Trudeau made the announcement after authorities ended the blockades at the borders and the occupation in Ottawa by truckers and others opposed to COVID-19 restrictions - with some police officers accused of beating innocent demonstrators. The prime minister said the 'threat continues' but the acute emergency that included entrenched occupations has ended. His government invoked the powers last week and lawmakers affirmed the powers late Monday. 'The situation is no longer an emergency, therefore the federal government will be ending the use of the emergencies act,' Trudeau said. 'We are confident that existing laws and bylaws are sufficient.' The Emergencies Act allows authorities to declare certain areas as no-go zones. It also allows police to freeze truckers' personal and corporate bank accounts and compel tow truck companies to haul away vehicles. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces the end of the...
    Major Canadian media outlets spent much of Monday condemning leftist Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for pushing a vote in Parliament to approve the unprecedented use of the Emergencies Act to shut down protests tied to the Freedom Convoy movement. Lawmakers voted to grant Trudeau sweeping, never-before-used powers under the Emergencies Act late Monday despite the fact that no active Freedom Convoy protests currently exist anywhere in Canada, leaving unclear what “emergency” Trudeau is using the Emergencies Act to address. Trudeau initially invoked the Act last week, allowing police to respond to the largest iteration of the Freedom Convoy, occupying downtown Ottawa for nearly a month, with violent repression. The protest was overwhelmingly peaceful throughout its existence – consisting of dancing, children’s activities, barbecues, and hot tub meetings. The only significant instances of violence occurred after Trudeau invoked the Act as police trampled protesters with horses and beat them in the streets. The Freedom Convoy is a series of protests against the violations of the freedoms of assembly, religion, and medical freedom to contain the Chinese coronavirus pandemic. Protesters are calling...
    Drew Angerer/Getty Images Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for powers granted to him by the Emergencies Act to be retained Monday, despite the fact that protests have been broken up, and in spite of widespread criticism. The Emergencies Act was invoked last week after truckers from the “Freedom Convoy” had snarled traffic in Ottawa and occupied a number of economically strategic bridges between Canada and the U.S. The controversial invocation of the act was immediately derided by the Canadian Civil Liberties Association: The Emergencies Act can only be invoked when a situation “seriously threatens the ability of the Government of Canada to preserve the sovereignty, security and territorial integrity of Canada” & when the situation “cannot be effectively dealt with under any other law of Canada.” — Canadian Civil Liberties Association (@cancivlib) February 15, 2022 More than 100 people were arrested over weekend, and numerous trucks were removed from the streets of Canada’s capital city — essentially ending the weeks-long protest against Covid mandates. While the protests have effectively come to an end, Trudeau said on Monday he...
    Far-left Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faced another round of heckling and widespread laughter in Parliament on Tuesday, prompting audible cackling at his use of the term “responsible leadership” after invoking the never-before-used Emergencies Act against anti-mandate protesters this week. The Emergencies Act is a law passed in 1988 that allows for widespread federal civil rights violations in the event of violent civil unrest, terrorism, and other emergencies. The law replaced the War Measures Act which granted similar sweeping powers and was last used by Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, the current head of government’s father, against secessionist terrorists in Quebec. The violence in 1970 that prompted such a move is almost entirely absent in the current anti-mandate movement, however, leaving many – including a large number of provincial leaders – baffled as to why the younger Trudeau invoked the act. The “Freedom Convoy” is a series of protests led by truckers throughout Canada against vaccine mandates, mask mandates, business lockdowns, assembly restrictions, and other human rights violations by the Canadian government in the name of stopping the Chinese coronavirus pandemic....
    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked the Emergencies Act for the first time in the country’s history to crack down on protests against his vaccine mandate — just days after the Biden administration urged him to use “federal powers.” Last Thursday, several Biden administration officials, including Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, spoke to their counterparts in Canada as protesters closed the Ambassador Bridge. The protests are part of nationwide demonstrations against the government’s imposition of vaccine mandates on truckers — a year after Trudeau called mandates ““extreme measures that could have real divisive impacts on community and country.” The Ambassador Bridge connects Detroit, Michigan, and Windsor, Canada, and carries 25% of U.S.-Canada trade. Protesters closed down commercial traffic from the U.S. to Canada for several days, impacting production in several industries. By Sunday, Canadian authorities had cleared the bridge. However, blockades continued at other ports of entry, and truckers remain encamped in the capital city of Ottawa. Several provincial authorities rolled back COVID-19 restrictions in response. In the U.S., Democratic-run states and cities reversed many...
    By Rob Gillies | Associated Press OTTAWA, Ontario — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has decided to invoke emergency powers to quell the protests by demonstrators who have paralyzed Ottawa and blocked border crossings in anger over the country’s COVID-19 restrictions, a senior government official said Monday. The prime minister met virtually with the leaders of Canada’s provinces and planned to address the nation late in the afternoon. The senior government official who confirmed Trudeau’s decision said emergency powers would be invoked for all of Canada. The official was not authorized to discuss the matter publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity. For more than two weeks, hundreds and sometimes thousands of protesters in trucks and other vehicles have clogged the streets of Ottawa, the capital, railing against vaccine mandates for truckers and other COVID-19 precautions and condemning Trudeau’s Liberal government. Members of the self-styled Freedom Convoy have also blockaded various U.S.-Canadian border crossings, though the busiest and most important — the Ambassador Bridge connecting Windsor, Ontario, to Detroit — was reopened on Sunday after police arrested the last of the...
    Two years on since the pure evil that is Covid-19 arrived, leaked most probably from a Chinese lab, in the UK at least there feels reason to hope that divisive corona politics are starting to fizzle out. It's possible to leave the house without a mask; the pubs are packed; even friends and relatives who were terrified just a few months ago are, quite frankly, over the scaremongering broadcast media, modellers and scientific advisers still trying to control our lives. But, most fundamentally, in England at least, society is not divided into two tiers. Boris Johnson's short-lived and unworkable experiment with ghastly vaccine mandates for care home workers and NHS staff has been wisely ditched. While there are still clear divisions between a hard-core of lockdown/mask fanatics and sane folk who are desperate for the old normal, there is a chance for Brits to emerge from the dark days of this pandemic as one. That's not an opportunity being given to the citizens of America, Canada, New Zealand and France – so-called liberal democracies buckling under the hatefulness of vaccine...
    The Biden administration reportedly urged Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to use federal powers to quell the truck blockade that has halted the flow of auto parts on the Ambassador Bridge. For the past four days, the Canadian “Freedom Convoy” protests have blocked traffic on the main thoroughfare connecting Windsor, Ontario, to Detroit, forcing auto plants in both countries to either shut down or slow production due to the delay in part deliveries. “The White House said Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg spoke with their Canadian counterparts and urged them to help resolve the standoff,” reported the Associated Press. “A federal government official said they are not ruling out any options,” AP added. “The official spoke on condition of anonymity as they were not authorized to speak publicly.” The bridge carries 25 percent of all trade between the United States and Canada; effects of the blockades were immediately felt by automakers and mid-west economies. Per the AP: Ford said its Windsor engine plant reopened Thursday after being shut down on Wednesday because of a lack of parts....
    TORONTO (AP) — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday that Canada will decide within weeks whether to allow Chinese tech giant Huawei into the country’s next-generation 5G wireless networks and noted that major telecommunication companies have already started to remove Huawei from their networks. Canada and its security agencies have been studying whether to use equipment from Huawei as phone carriers prepare to roll out fifth-generation technology, which is designed to support a vast expansion of networks to facilitate medical devices, self-driving cars and other uses. Two of Canada’s three major telecommunication companies have already said they’ve decided not to use Huawei for their 5G networks. Bell Canada has said Sweden-based Ericsson will be its supplier and Telus Corp. has said it has selected Ericsson and Nokia. Rogers already has a longstanding partnership with Ericsson. “We have actually seen that many Canadian telecommunications companies, if not all of them, have started to remove Huawei from their networks and are moving forward in ways that doesn’t involve them as a company,” Trudeau said at a news conference. “We...
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