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Iron fist for the truckers, velvet glove for eco-terrorists


A REAL terrorist outrage in Canada has gone largely unnoticed, overshadowed by the persecution of the Truckers’ Freedom Convoy. In the northern British Columbia community of Houston, around 20 masked anti-pipeline extremists, some armed, broke through a fence protecting a Coastal GasLink pipeline site, just after midnight last Thursday, causing millions of dollars of damage and injuring a policeman.

The attackers used grinders to cut locks on a gate, took axes to destroy heavy equipment and construction trailers, and cut hydraulic and fuel lines, causing dangerous leaks. Flare guns were fired at workers and an attempt was made to set a vehicle on fire with workers inside it. Under the guise of an eco-protest, the result created a serious environmental hazard.

The province’s public safety minister, Mike Farnworth, denounced the violence as ‘egregious criminal activity that could have led to serious injury or death’. He went on, ‘While we respect everyone’s right to peacefully protest in Canada, we cannot tolerate this type of extreme violence and intimidation.’ This is especially relevant since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Emergency Measures Regulations specifically declare that assemblies are prohibited in areas of critical infrastructure, including infrastructure for the supply of utilities such as water, gas, sanitation and telecommunications. Yet for some time, the Prime Minister issued no official comment. 

Trudeau later issued a statement: ‘This violence is unacceptable, and this intimidation is inexcusable. I strongly condemn this behaviour – in Canada, this is not how we express our differences or advance our causes. My thoughts are with the officer who was injured, and with the workers who were threatened.’

This is in stark contrast to his reactions to the peaceful protests over the last three weeks in Ottawa, where armed and mounted police have arrested more than 100 protesters amid horrific scenes of military-style repression, with elderly individuals being beaten and trampled by horses, truck windows smashed and snipers positioned on rooftops.This is all in addition to the unprecedented emergency powers Trudeau intends to exercise over truckers’ and supporters’ bank accounts, and even the safety of their children.

Additional details about the Coastal GasLink terrorists explains why they have so far been treated so leniently. The violent attackers consisted of a band of Native American activists and supporting eco-terrorists. And as reported on Summit News,  the official crackdown on protests under the Emergencies Act specifically exempts refugees, asylum seekers, immigrants and other ethnic minorities.

Regulations SOR/2022-21 bans people from taking part ‘in a public assembly that may reasonably be expected to lead to a breach of the peace’ but does not apply to ‘any person in a class of persons whose presence in Canada . . . is in the national interest’, as follows:  


(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to

·         (a) a person registered as an Indian under the Indian Act;

·         (b) a person who has been recognized as a Convention refugee or a person in similar circumstances to those of a Convention refugee within the meaning of subsection 146(1) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations who is issued a permanent resident visa under subsection 139(1) of those regulations;

·         (c) a person who has been issued a temporary resident permit within the meaning of subsection 24(1) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and who seeks to enter Canada as a protected temporary resident under subsection 151.1(2) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations;

·         (d) a person who seeks to enter Canada for the purpose of making a claim for refugee protection;

·         (e) a protected person;

·         (f) a person or any person in a class of persons whose presence in Canada, as determined by the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration or the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, is in the national interest.’

Maxime Bernier, leader of the People’s Party of Canada, tweeted ‘Why are members of First Nations, refugees and temporary residents exempted from the [regulations]?’

This indicates that the Canadian Government views Canadians as second-class citizens who should have fewer rights than foreigners. The question is: How can such brazen discrimination based on skin colour and nationality be legal?

More light is thrown on the issue by the 2020 disagreement between Trudeau and President Modi of India. In spite of a previous warning to Trudeau over remarks made about the Indian farmers’ protest, he went ahead with further criticisms, stating that he ‘will always stand up for the right of peaceful protests’ anywhere in the world.

This is as one might expect from the wokest of world leaders. Indian farmers belong to an oppressed community in their own country, and this response to the Indian scenario would, under the terms of the Energency Regulations, also be extended to Indian nationals in Canada. Canadian truckers, however, as white, often self-employed Canadian citizens, deserve no such privileges in their Prime Minister’s eyes.

As previously reported on TCW these discriminatory policies have for some time now been embedded in the legislation of the UK, whereby any person allocated to a protected category under the Equality Act 2010 is guaranteed privileged status in law, over the majority rest of us. By understanding this, all the rest falls into place, not just in Britain and Canada, but throughout the world where the globalist forces of the World Economic Forum have been systematically undermining the democratic values long cherished and fought for throughout the western world.

For example, violent Black Lives Matter protesters have been free to run riot in the US, while peaceful pro-Trump supporters have been arrested. In the UK, minimal, even helpful, action was taken against disruptive Extinction Rebellion and Insulate Britain protesters, while single mothers are jailed for not having paid their TV licence fee. Unvaccinated citizens are penalised and scapegoated everywhere, while illegal unvaccinated boat immigrants are rescued by coastguards and the RNLI and welcomed generously into society.

If we were ever in any doubt that all this was happening through mismanagement or dysfunctional institutional bungling, we need doubt no longer. We have it in writing in the official diktats issued by the tyrannical emergency power grab by the WEF puppet Trudeau. There’s no ‘mismanagement’ here. This is deliberate, subvertionist, globalist policy. 

So now we know. Get used to being a second-class citizen.     

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Janice Davis
Janice Davis
Janice Davis is a grandmother and former girls’ grammar school teacher

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