Canadian truckers are doing what America's pastors should have done almost two years ago. Somewhere along the collective ministerial line, courage was replaced with complacency, compromise and cowardice. Had pastors stood up en masse against this phony Covid narrative back in the spring or summer of 2020, this entire medical Ponzi scheme would have collapsed.
Now, after almost two years of appeasement, absurd science and abject fear—which gave Darth Vaders Bill Gates and Anthony Fauci time to inflict their medical tyranny all over the world—Canadian truckers have said, "No more!"
Scores of Canadian truckers blocked the border crossing between Coutts, Alberta and Sweet Grass, Montana over the weekend, as thousands of their colleagues descended on the Canadian capital of Ottawa to picket the parliament.
On Monday afternoon, surrounded by special units of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the truckers prayed and decided to open one northbound lane for local traffic and let anyone who wished to leave to do so, but voted to stand their ground. One of them vowed the "only way I'm leaving is in a [police] cruiser."
According to Coutts Mayor Jim Willett, about 100 trucks were blocking Highway 4 on the Canadian side, causing a miles-long backup on Interstate 15 in Montana. About 50-100 trucks have reportedly been stuck on the US side since Saturday.
The blockade is a protest against US and Canadian governments mandating that truckers must be "fully vaccinated" against Covid-19, which came into effect on January 15.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau – a Liberal – [condemned] the "Freedom Convoy" that drove across Canada last week and parked outside the parliament in Ottawa, demanding an end to vaccine mandates.
Trudeau is not a liberal; he is a totalitarian.
Upon hearing word that the truckers were on their way to Ottawa, Trudeau quickly rushed to his underground bunker. The one thing ALL tyrants have in common is that they are the biggest cowards in the world. And the people they fear most are their own citizens.
If you don't believe that, take a look at what Joe Biden is building around the White House—and his personal beach house.
Ron Paul wrote an excellent review of the Canadian trucker's "Freedom Convoy."
We all remember where we were when the Berlin Wall came down. While it may have seemed that communist rule would go on forever, when the people decided that they had enough suddenly the wall fell. Just like that.
Thus it is after two years of Covid authoritarianism that in Canada the largest truck convoy in history has smashed through the Berlin Wall of tyranny. I have watched as the Canada I once respected as a haven for antiwar Americans in the 1960s turned into one of the most repressive countries on earth. I wondered how a freedom-loving people could allow themselves to be abused by these mini-Stalins without a peep.
Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau had been basking in his ability to terrorize the population in the name of fighting a virus. He was so confident in his seemingly unlimited power that he felt he could ridicule any Canadian with different views. The prime minister said in a recent interview that unvaccinated Canadians were "extremists," "misogynists," and "racists."
When the Canadian truckers stood up to his tyranny and began their historic convoy to Ottawa, he thought he could continue ridiculing people. The truckers and their supporters were just a "small fringe minority" who hold "unacceptable views," he confidently claimed. For Trudeau, love of liberty is just an "unacceptable view."
Less than a week later, as tens of thousands of trucks began entering the capital with millions of supporters behind them, the "brave" Canadian prime minister had fled the city and shuffled off to an undisclosed location.
As Elon Musk Tweeted, "It would appear that the so-called 'fringe minority' is actually the government."
Thousands of trucks have arrived in Ottawa. They demand an end to covid tyranny. They are backed by millions of citizens, who braved the Canadian winter at night to cheer the truckers on.
This protest is so important because it's not limited to Canada. The truckers are being supported worldwide, and a similar convoy is being planned from California to Washington, DC. In a US where grocery store shelves are increasingly bare, the truckers have more leverage than the powers-that-be would like to admit.
If I were prime minister of totalitarian Australia or New Zealand – or most anywhere in Europe – I would be getting pretty nervous right now. Just as the Covid tyranny descended across the globe in a seemingly coordinated fashion, now that the Berlin Wall of the tyrants has been breached, it's just a matter of time before the shockwaves are felt far and wide.
We owe a debt of gratitude to the Canadian truck drivers. Let's all do whatever we can to help the freedom movement continue to gather steam!
As I said, had America's pastors stood together against the Covid fraud, it would have collapsed almost two years ago.
Think of the devastation that would have been avoided. Think of the jobs that would not have been lost. Think of the businesses that would not have been shuttered. Think of the manpower that would not have disappeared. Think of the stores whose shelves would not be empty. Think of the people that would not have died from Fauci's deadly hospital protocols and from the Covid kill shots. Think of the young women and girls who would not be sterilized from taking the jabs. Think of the loss of buying power that would have been averted. Think of the liberties that would not have been stolen. Think of the suicides that would have been prevented. Think of the fear and mental anguish in the hearts and minds of little children that would have never happened. Think of the feelings of hopelessness by teenagers and young adults that would have never taken place. Think of the elderly who would still be alive and who would have been protected against almost two years of unconscionable imprisonment, isolation and inhumanity.
The pastors—and physicians—who went along with the Covid madness have a LOT to answer for.
It's too bad American pastors don't have the man-stuff of Canadian truckers.
© Chuck Baldwin
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