Author Topic: Trucker convoy (non-censor edition)  (Read 21656 times)

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Offline waldo

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Re: Trucker convoy (non-censor edition)
« Reply #1410 on: June 28, 2022, 04:52:29 pm »
Poilievre revisionism extraordinaire!

if only PM Trudeau had "listened to the people" says skippy! As in listen to their MOU demands to overturn the 2021 election results in favour of a ruling "committee" of far-right extremists, the Senate and the Governor General... which eventually shifted into a proposal where a core group of "Freedumb Convoy" organizers and their supporters would govern, “with the Conservatives, and the NDP, and the Bloc as a coalition.” This... this is the rabble, the nonsense that the CPC/Poilievre supported. Imagine PM Trudeau ignoring them in favour of invoking the Emergencies Act - imagine!

wait waldo, there's more: Freedom Convoy protesters set to return to Ottawa for Canada Day, stay through summer


Racist, homophobic, misogynistic signs or speech at public Canada Day events 'will not be tolerated': Ottawa Police Service

The Ottawa Police Service is vowing not to tolerate homophobic, misogynistic, or racist messages — including in speeches, gestures or signs — in public places during this week’s Canada Day events, and said they could lead to criminal charges.
“Canada Day [is] a very important day to Canadians. It’s a day where we celebrate our country and all the good things in it. But people … when they come, they need to be lawful. And they need to be respectful of our community,” Bell told board members.

“We know the scars our community feels from the days in the end of January, beginning of February, where there was all of the negative interactions with people who were attending and occupying and illegally protesting within our streets. We’ve heard those. We’ve listened to those. And I want to reassure you that those feelings, that trauma that our community has felt, is front and centre in all of our planning efforts and will be front and centre in our response efforts.”