Full on police state.
The mayor of Ottawa plans to sell confiscated vehicles instead of returning them to their owners. His statement was pretty revealing, and answered a question I had.
“I’ve asked our solicitor and our city manager, how can we keep the tow trucks and the campers and the vans and everything else that we’ve confiscated, and sell those pieces of equipment to help recoup some of the costs that our taxpayers are absorbing.”
I’d been wondering where they found tow truck operators willing to tow those vehicles. They didn’t. They confiscated — stole –the tow trucks. And now the mayor plans to sell them. Sell vehicles of people who simply didn’t want to get involved, not active protesters.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police — the once beloved “Mounties” — brag of being jackbooted thugs, hoping to get into the action so they can beat and trample people, too. They want to add trampling old women with horses to their standard tactics.
And yeah, Parliament approves of this shit.
Speaking of Parliament, MP Ya’ara Saks has declared that “Honk Honk” is a “new acronym” for “Heil Hitler.”
In better news, Canadians appear to getting tired of their shit.
Sick of people who don’t live in downtown Ottawa telling me I’m now free from some kind of occupation, when now I can’t get past police barricades to bring my dog to his favorite park. Truckers never asked me for my papers just to cross the street.
Yep, it appears you now have to show identity papers to travel, to walk, in Ottawa now. Papieren, bitte. And they call the protesters Nazis.
She’s not the only pissed off Canadian. Protests are spreading across the country. An anonymous (I don’t blame him, what with Canada freezing bank accounts of family members of suspected protesters and donors) trucker is calling for a general strike, and invites Americans to participate, too. Stock your pantry while you can, if you can.
Because things in America are about to get more interesting, as our own domestic trucker protest ramps up.
State and local law enforcement have called in support from the National Guard In anticipation of the massive convoy in the D.C. area between late February and late March, a government source told Fox News on Tuesday.
Preemptively calling up the NG.