As truckers and support vehicles set off from Vancouver on a foggy and freezing Sunday morning to start their long journey to Ottawa, I began to wonder what Trudeau’s response would be to the various convoys creeping towards him from every corner of the country? I didn’t have to wait long.
Early on Monday morning as the government was putting pressure on the truck convoy’s GoFundMe account, which had by then raised over $1 million dollars (now over $5 million at time of writing), Trudeau came out and dismissed opposition concerns over supply chain disruptions as ‘fear-mongering’ – which is obviously a different type of fear-mongering to sort his government, health officials and state media have been engaging in for the past two years.
Trudeau Slams Concerns Over Food Shortages As ‘Fear-mongering‘.
I was expecting something divisive and combative as a first move in what promises to be a week-long chess match to decide the fate of the country.
But by dismissing the prospect of supply chain issues as ‘fear-mongering’, he is positioning himself to carry the full weight of any supply chain issues that result from his vaccine mandate, or from the creeping blockade. Not very bright considering that we already have food shortages in some parts of the country, which are certain to get worse with 25 – 35% of truckers no longer working those routes. Any shortage can now be legitimately loaded onto the shoulders of his collapsing political career.
The official narrative is clearly shifting as thousands of truckers prepare to lay siege to Ottawa. Both CBC & Yahoo News – state propaganda for 17 year old girls, have changed their tune in the past couple of days, lest they become entangled and dragged down by a sinking minority government.
It seemed pretty clear after just 24hrs, that Trudeau’s political career is going to be sacrificed this week. He has become a liability to the power behind the curtain, and a head will need to be offered lest the country consume everyone who has prosecuted this Covid madness.
CBC: Conservative MPs accuse Trudeau of pushing ‘vaccine vendetta’ as convoy protest heads to Ottawa
We are witnessing Canadian history being forged in steel; the next two weeks are going to determine this country’s future.
We will see whether the Globalists back off in fear of a public and their boy prince puppet is sacrificed as an offering to the people, or whether they forge ahead with collapsing the supply chain and isolating the unvaccinated to the point where access to food becomes a challenge.
I don’t think the elites are done, but if we persevere we may well be offered a reprieve before they move to their next phase – whether that be a monkey pox they found lying around, or an orchestrated limited conflict with Russia over Ukraine.
But I do believe this phase is done, and all those involved will be thrown to the dogs if need be having served their purpose. You can smell the political blood in the water here in Canada – something has flipped; the public have finally had enough, and have been left with no option but to lay siege to the palace of Peopleland in Ottawa to topple the Bacha Bazi boy prince dictator once and for all.
The sheer determination and scale of mobilization is nothing short of astounding. The West Coast convoy alone is reported to now be 70km’s long and has already broken the Guinness world Record for longest truck convoy. Organizers are estimating there will be 10,000’s of trucks and support vehicles descending on Ottawa by the end of the week. I cannot see how this ends well for the Liberals.
As the convoy starts to execute its stranglehold the capital, expect Trudeau to start sounding like the Iraqi Minister of Information, Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf, during the second Gulf War of 2003 – denying that American forces were in the city.
“Maybe they will enter Umm Qasr and Basra, but how will they enter Baghdad? It will be a big oven for them. They can penetrate our borders but they cannot reach Baghdad? They will try to pull our army and troops out but we are well aware of their plans and they will fail.”
Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf, Iraqi Minister of Information March 22nd 2003
And whilst the logistical situation for Trudeau might resemble the fall of Baghdad in 2003, the 2022 Siege of Ottawa has all the makings of a classic overthrow of a despised despot by pure people power, and will most likely play out like the fall of lifelong Romanian dictator, Nicolae Ceausescu in 1989; with Trudeau making a tearful resignation speech before leaving for Cuba in a helicopter with all the country’s gold, and then remembering he’d already sold it.
Grab your trans-fat non-binary Islamic popcorn Canadians, this week is going to go down as a milestone in national history, and one that everyone can be proud of.