Finding hope in the uncertainty
There are many mixed emotions re the preliminary federal election results. Many are happy there is no majority, but disappointed that JT was re-elected. There are still a lot of mail in ballots to be counted though, which could alter the results. Many remain concerned about cheating…….. we are praying it does not end up a majority. I am not sure how much it really matters though, given that the opposition CPC and NDP are pro-vax Great Reset cheerleaders too.
On a positive note there is tremendous growth across the country in the movement for police, military, firemen, corrections officers and other first responders to stand up and say NO against these illegal mandates. Please take a moment to hear what they had to say at the Sept 18th World Wide Freedom rally on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. The recording is in two very short segments.
They have taken and continue to take significant legal action to stop coercion and enforcement of these illegal mandates. They are telling us that they will uphold their oaths to respect our Charter rights, and protect the people from the ever escalating draconian measures! What is said in these videos gives much hope, for without enforcers to push their agendas, the other side cannot win this war against us! Find out more about this movement here: https://policeonguard.ca/
This is moral courage on display! It provides hope that we will not see a repeat of the horrors that have happened in Oz. Please share the links widely, if/as you see fit, in the hopes it may spark similar movements in other countries. 🙏🏻
Thanks Jan — much appreciated.
I do also find hope in the performance of the People’s Party of Canada — even though they got no seats, their campaign galvanized and publicized the issue of Charter rights vs mandates and lockdowns. CBC TV commentators this morning said that this will force the opposition Conservative Party to pay more attention to this voter group’s wishes in future. So thanks, Justin T, for making that possible!
The Canadian police union standing up for their members’ right to bodily autonomy is a good sign. I just watched some clips of the Australian police pepper spraying protesters. I can’t see that happening in Canada unless someone successfully provokes a crowd. Some people protesting Trudeau have gotten out of hand, but thankfully the freedom rallies have been peaceful—the media would have been all over it if they were not.
It looks like Canada will have a Liberal minority government that will work with the NDP. We can expect the direct oppression to continue unabated.
What we do have on our side is the continuing failure of the vaccine plan, and a growing movement of people opposed to forcing it on everyone.