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  • Richard February 8, 2022, 10:53 AM

    That video of the Chekist hassling the old-guy illustrates what’s coming. What sort of low-life permits himself to act so shamefully? Doesn’t this jerk have a father or grandfather? Obviously, no moral compass. “I was just following orders.” Disgusting beyond words.
    The Great Reset is coming. Those implementing it have too much invested in it to walk away at this point. Prepare – to the extent you can – yourself to see things you never thought you’d see in your life.

    + St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle, be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him we humbly pray; and do thou, O Prince of the Heavenly host, by the power of God, cast into hell Satan and all the evil spirits who prowl about the world seeking the ruin of souls. Amen. +

    • Mike Austin February 9, 2022, 6:13 AM

      No one expects Globo-homo as represented by the World Economic Forum to simply admit defeat and walk away. You are right on the money that they have too much invested in the “Great Reset” to do so. But so? Such a thing does not at all guarantee that they will succeed. They will have to be…removed. Softening up a population with “pandemic” controls is only the first step. Eventually is must come to violence.

      Recall the world of the 1930s. Leaders and pundits all across the globe hailed the achievements of Adolf Hitler. His Nazi government was seen as the invincible wave of the future. How did that work out?

      All wars on earth are reflected in Heaven. Saint Michael is our captain general.

    • Mike Austin February 9, 2022, 6:20 AM

      No one expects Globo-homo as represented by the World Economic Forum to simply admit defeat and walk away. You are right on the money that they have too much invested in the “Great Reset” to do so. But so? Such a thing does not at all guarantee that they will succeed. Recall the world of the 1930s. Leaders and pundits all across the globe hailed the achievements of Adolf Hitler. His Nazi government was seen as the invincible wave of the future. How did that work out?

      The promoters of the “Great Reset” are in this for the long haul. Softening up a population with “pandemic” controls is only their first step. Eventually it must come to violence. Someone will lose.

      All wars on earth are reflected in Heaven. Saint Michael is our captain general.

    • Joe Krill February 9, 2022, 6:27 AM

      Richard, you hit a million nails squarely on the head with one paragraph. Thank you!

      “What sort of low-life permits himself to act so shamefully? Doesn’t this jerk have a father or grandfather? Obviously, no moral compass. “I was just following orders.” Disgusting beyond words.

  • Jack February 8, 2022, 11:13 AM

    What a joke…..two young, fit, armed and full grown cops are required to arrest an old man who looks like he might just be in his pajamas.

    Too bad these truckers can’t strip Trudeau and strap him onto the hood of a semi with duct tape. He’d make a fine hood ornament. Canada should remember that the French, when they have had a belly full, have an amazing penchant for dealing with dictators. Their response is never nice.

  • Gordon Scott February 8, 2022, 11:14 AM

    Yep, they definitely broke up a threat to the Dominion right there. Serves that old bastard right for bringing sandwiches to truckers. They cannot be too rough in destroying the systemic racist sexist genderist cabal controlling those thousands of trucker nazis.

    A gentle reminder: Police are not on our side. They are on their side, and will obey the orders of those who control their generous early retirement benefits, usually mayors.

  • OneGuy February 8, 2022, 11:35 AM

    Get the women and children out of there. The fascist government is about to “Jan 6th” the protestors. There will be violence. Following the violence and beatings of the truckers there will be claims of insurrection and prison without a hearing or trial. Fair warning. The little Eichman’s are coming for you. Canadian’s should have expected this. You remember when the Canadian government decided you were too stupid or had no right to own a gun? That was step one. They have turned into a fascist government. No! Not as bad as Germany under Hitler, still moving towards it. That is the plan to move so slowly and take away rights so slowly that the citizens wouldn’t even realize they were in a pot of boiling water until it was too late. But those damn truckers spoiled that and not it is plan B time. The police will remove the media and confiscate cameras and phones so you won’t see the beatings on TV or the internet but there will be beatings and maybe a few ‘accidental’ deaths. But don’t worry these home grown terrorists, white supremacist, insurrectionists, threats to democracy will all be jailed. Wait for it…

    • John Venlet February 8, 2022, 1:06 PM

      OneGuy, though guns have not been confiscated, wholesale, here in the ol’ U.S. of A., the powers that be are following the same game plan in order to facilitate their plans for “The Great Reset.” In fact, what is going on in regards to restricting individuals’ liberty, in order to make them slaves to the state, is happening globally. Canada is just in the spotlight, at this particular moment in time.

      • Mike Austin February 9, 2022, 4:31 AM

        To go from the government saying “we will confiscate all guns” to actually confiscating all guns is quite a step. Left unsaid is the all-important word: “How?” No one in the regime has any idea how to get guns from the hands of Americans into the hands of government. They can issue all the ukases and diktats and laws they want. All this does is increase guns sales. Threats do not work against men with guns. Only force will work.

        Imagine if the Canadian truckers had AKs.

  • Tom Hyland February 8, 2022, 12:33 PM

    This joint statement from Dr. Hutchinson and trucker’s spokesmen was inspiring and powerful.

    • Mike Austin February 8, 2022, 12:47 PM

      As of 2:46 PM Central Time the video has 1,458,943 views and 26,698 comments.

  • Mike Austin February 8, 2022, 12:39 PM

    Frankly, I never thought it would go this far—though I am elated that it has. It now appears that the convoy is getting bigger almost daily. I also read of rumblings in the Canadian military, how it will refuse any orders to break up the protest with force. Maybe just a rumor, but who knows? If so, then Canada is entering Ceaușescu territory.

    Of course I also heard that our own Stasi—the FBI, DOJ and various “intelligence agencies”—are getting involved with Trudeau to help him in shutting the protest down.

    “Ottawa Canada Police Chief Peter Sloly, during a Feb. 4 press conference on the trucker convoy protest in the city, indicated he is consulting with US law enforcement and intelligence agencies and the Washington Jan. 6 investigation committee about implementing a similarly dramatic over-reaction by Ottawa police to the trucker demonstrations.”

    If the Canadian military refuses orders, might Biden send the US Military to aid Trudeau? Will the American military obey such an order? How far will the Canadian government go? How far will the protestors go if the government begins to shoot them down? Neither side gives any appearance of backing down.

    Exciting times.

    • SLM February 8, 2022, 1:48 PM

      Mike, I can only hope that the military would stand down if given immoral, illegal directives. But, as one can see here, people who wear uniforms tend to follow orders.

  • John the River February 8, 2022, 5:29 PM

    Anyone remember “The Pig Trap” ?

    • ghostsniper February 8, 2022, 5:51 PM

      The Wild and Free Pigs of the Okefenokee Swamp

      Some years ago, about 1900, an old trapper from North Dakota hitched up some horses to his Studebaker wagon, packed a few possessions — especially his traps — and drove south.

      Several weeks later he stopped in a small town just north of the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia.

      It was a Saturday morning — a lazy day — when he walked into the general store. Sitting around the pot-bellied stove were seven or eight of the town’s local citizens.

      The traveler spoke. “Gentlemen, could you direct me to the Okefenokee Swamp?”

      Some of the oldtimers looked at him like he was crazy.
      “You must be a stranger in these parts,” they said.

      “I am. I’m from North Dakota,” said the stranger.

      “In the Okefenokee Swamp are thousands of wild hogs.” one old man explained.
      “A man who goes into the swamp by himself asks to die!”

      He lifted up his leg. “I lost half my leg here, to the pigs of the swamp.”
      Another old fellow said, “Look at the cuts on me; look at my arm bit off!”

      “Those pigs have been free since the Revolution, eating snakes and rooting out roots and fending for themselves for over a hundred years. They’re wild and they’re dangerous. You can’t trap them. No man dare go into the swamp by himself.”

      Every man nodded his head in agreement.

      The old trapper said, “Thank you so much for the warning. Now could you direct me to the swamp?”

      They said, “Well, yeah, it’s due south — straight down the road.”

      But they begged the stranger not to go, because they knew he’d meet a terrible fate.

      He said, “Sell me ten sacks of corn, and help me load it in the wagon.” And they did.

      Then the old trapper bid them farewell and drove on down the road. The townsfolk thought they’d never see him again.

      Two weeks later the man came back. He pulled up to the general store, got down off the wagon, walked in and bought ten more sacks of corn.
      After loading it up he went back down the road toward the swamp.
      Two weeks later he returned and again bought ten sacks of corn.
      This went on for a month. And then two months, and three.
      Every week or two the old trapper would come into town on a Saturday morning, load up ten sacks of corn, and drive off south into the swamp.

      The stranger soon became a legend in the little village and the subject of much speculation. People wondered what kind of devil had possessed this man,
      that he could go into the Okefenokee by himself and not be consumed by the wild and free hogs.

      One morning the man came into town as usual. Everyone thought he wanted more corn.
      He got off the wagon and went into the store where the usual group of men were gathered around the stove. He took off his gloves.
      “Gentlemen,” he said, “I need to hire about ten or fifteen wagons. I need twenty or thirty men.”
      “I have six thousand hogs out in the swamp, penned up, and they’re all hungry. I’ve got to get them to market right away.”

      “You’ve WHAT in the swamp?” asked the storekeeper, incredulously.

      “I have six thousand hogs penned up. They haven’t eaten for two or three days, and they’ll starve if I don’t get back there to feed and take care of them.”

      One of the oldtimers said, “You mean you’ve captured the wild hogs of the Okefenokee?”

      “That’s right.”

      “How did you do that? What did you do?” the men urged, breathlessly.

      One of them exclaimed, “But I lost my arm!”

      “I lost my brother!” cried another.

      “I lost my leg to those wild boars!” chimed a third.

      The trapper said, “Well, the first week I went in there they were wild all right.”
      “They hid in the undergrowth and wouldn’t come out. I dared not get off the wagon.”
      “So I spread corn along behind the wagon. Every day I’d spread a sack of corn.”
      “The old pigs would have nothing to do with it.”
      “But the younger pigs decided that it was easier to eat free corn than it was to root out roots and catch snakes. So the very young began to eat the corn first.”

      “I did this every day. Pretty soon, even the old pigs decided that it was easier to eat free corn.”
      “After all, they were all free; they were not penned up. They could run off in any direction they wanted at any time.”
      “The next thing was to get them used to eating in the same place all the time. So I selected a clearing, and I started putting the corn in the clearing.”
      “At first they wouldn’t come to the clearing. It was too far. It was too open. It was a nuisance to them.”

      “But the very young decided that it was easier to take the corn in the clearing than it was to root out roots and catch their own snakes. And not long thereafter, the older pigs also decided that it was easier to come to the clearing every day.”

      “And so the pigs learned to come to the clearing every day to get their free corn.”

      “They could still subsidize their diet with roots and snakes and whatever else they wanted. After all, they were all free. They could run in any direction at any time. There were no bounds upon them.”

      “The next step was to get them used to fence posts.”

      “So I put fence posts all the way around the clearing. I put them in the underbrush so that they wouldn’t get suspicious or upset.”

      “After all, they were just sticks sticking up out of the ground, like the trees and the brush. The corn was there every day. It was easy to walk in between the posts, get the corn, and walk back out.”

      “This went on for a week or two. Shortly they became very used to walking into the clearing, getting the free corn, and walking back out through the fence posts.”

      “The next step was to put one rail down at the bottom. I also left a few openings, so that the older, fatter pigs could walk through the openings and the younger pigs could easily jump over just one rail.”

      “After all, it was no real threat to their freedom or independence. They could always jump over the rail and flee in any direction at any time.”

      “Now I decided that I wouldn’t feed them every day. I began to feed them every other day.”

      “On the days I didn’t feed them the pigs still gathered in the clearing. They squealed, and they grunted, and they begged and pleaded with me to feed them.”

      “But I only fed them every other day. And I put a second rail around the posts.”

      “Now the pigs became more and more desperate for food. Because now they were no longer used to going out and digging their own roots and finding their own food. They now needed me. They needed my corn every other day.”

      “So I trained them that I would feed them every day if they came in through a gate. And I put up a third rail around the fence.”

      “But it was still no great threat to their freedom, because there were several gates and they could run in and out at will.”

      “Finally I put up the fourth rail.”

      “Then I closed all the gates but one, and I fed them very, very well.”

      “Yesterday I closed the last gate. And today I need you to help me take these pigs to market.”

      — end of story —

      The price of free corn

      The allegory of the pigs has a serious moral lesson. This story is about federal money being used to bait, trap and enslave a once free and independent

      Federal welfare, in its myriad forms, has reduced not only individuals to a state of dependency. State and local governments are also on the fast track to elimination, due to their functions being subverted by the command and control structures of federal “revenue sharing” programs.

    • Mike Austin February 8, 2022, 5:56 PM

      I read it years ago. Reading it once again was like talking with an old friend. Of course our situation now is worse than the essay describes.

      • ghostsniper February 8, 2022, 7:15 PM

        That is not the version John linked to above (go check it out).
        The one I posted is one that I saved (to a text file) from a (BBS) bulletin board back around 1991.
        I have a bunch of them that I saved and I throw one out every now and then.

  • Tom Hyland February 8, 2022, 5:48 PM

    Australian Max Igan had to flee and is currently down in Mexico. I like the walk & talk videos he produces. This is a recent item you might find interesting. Towards the end he makes reference to the dude who was kidnapped from a car accident and sentenced to death in a Flagstaff hospital. But he escaped. Max will be interviewing Benjamin Gord soon. This is Max’s video… https://www.bitchute.com/video/a7NsWU9OMXxZ/
    This the link to the Flagstaff story.

  • Tom Hyland February 8, 2022, 6:22 PM

    Margaret Anna Alice has appeared at American Digest several times in the past. I think she’s a brilliant writer. She’s penned a letter to lil’ Justin which is worth reading. Margaret is a lot more hopeful for this situation than I am. Justin is gone and needs to stay there. https://tinyurl.com/5n83zsps

  • Casey Klahn February 8, 2022, 6:56 PM

    As the Bob (Dylan) penned: “Any way they want you, that’s the way you’ll be.” Doesn’t matter that they are peaceful, breaking no laws, and sanctioned by their constitution to demonstrate – what matters is the narrative of the Total State. Bob Dylan’s words mean that the State will trump up some charges, drop guns on you, send in Ray Epps, and then the hammer of power will come down.

    If Canada draws blood here, it is a Lexington Green moment.

    • Mike Austin February 9, 2022, 4:50 AM

      “If Canada draws blood here, it is a Lexington Green moment.” Who will do the blood drawing? At Lexington Green the Americans had guns. The truckers have loud horns and videos. Do you believe that the Canadian government will surrender because of these? Fidel’s son will no doubt draw first blood. Then what?

      • KCK February 9, 2022, 6:55 AM

        idk what Canada will do, but the sense of anxiety seems to be building, and the worry is that force is coming. It’s incomprehensible, and yet these liberal leaders listen to this weird echo in their head. They are completely tone deaf to the reality that Canadian subjects do not want fukn mandates.

        I wonder if the taking down of the trucker protest, using force, will animate Americans? The ones with the guns.

        This reiterates to me how the one thing that we can do, ourselves, that provides critical mass to the world’s problems, is simply to own guns. Own lots of them. Shoot straight with them. The next step is: don’t give them up.

        • Mike Austin February 9, 2022, 7:36 AM

          American gun ownership as a psychological “force multiplier” to other acts of rebellion against Globo-homo: yes indeed. I have said before that this planned world tyranny must sooner or later come up against American gun owners—all 150,000,000 million of us. Any US politician who supports “gun control” thus serves the interests of the World Economic Forum and not those of any American. Such creatures are for all intents and purposes foreign agents and traitors. We know who they are. They think they will win.

          Ok then. Game on.

        • FLSTF February 9, 2022, 11:55 AM

          I believe we are approaching the Concord Bridge, and that both Canadians and Americans have had way more than enough BS- despite the perceived ‘silence’ of a very large number of people in both countries.

          The USA has had the highest gun and ammo sales over the last few years than ever before in our history.
          Canadians are now facing a deadline- to turn in their guns. It’s now or never for them.

          Following both human nature and our history as examples, those are all the necessary ingredients for one hell of an anti-tyranny party.

          • Mike Austin February 9, 2022, 3:39 PM

            Yes, an “Anti-Tyranny Party”. A great name, by the way. It would be international in scope. Every member member must own a rifle. Nothing says “anti-tyranny” like an AK or AR.

      • ghostsniper February 9, 2022, 7:31 AM

        If you had no guns and someone attacked you, what would you do?
        As far as I’m concerned EVERYTHING is a weapon, when needed.
        When the jackboot reaches for the gun you have about 2 seconds to send it into eternity.
        Then it’s gun is yours and you can use that force multiplier to your advantage.
        The key is, and this is crucial, when the boot goes for the gun you HAVE to act at that very second. You can’t dally around, you have to have this worked out in your head already. This is why I have asked many times right here in this forum and elsewhere, “Where is your line in the sand?” If the boot gets the gun out the road to your future is paved in the boots favor.

        • KCK February 9, 2022, 9:40 AM

          I think if they get to your door you’ve probably lost the battle, unless you have lots of armed buddies inside with you. I live in a county full of gun owners. Well, by full I’m saying a huge Western county, as far as terrain goes, and not too many people. All of the not-too-many own too many guns.

          I visualize roadblocks at the county line.

          I could use a few bangalores. I’ll have to figure out how they’d be made (hypothetically – I don’t make explosives nor do I condone their use. hell, come to think of it, all those guns I either registered for or bought ammo for are now at the bottom of the lakes, and otherwise sold or gone missing.) What I really want is an 81mm mortar, but that’s just crazy talk on my part. And, a palette of ammo for it.

          • James ONeil February 9, 2022, 11:21 AM

            A few feet of HDPE and a ounce or so of black powder will push a baseball higher than 300 feet. http://www.platteriverfireworks.com/hdpe-mortars/

            I’m giving some thought to experiments with calcium carbide come spring. The acetylene produced isn’t stable over 29 psi and booms spontaneously. Spelunking back in the day I blew the rubber gasket out of my carbide head lamp a few times, trying to push the flame a bit longer and brighter, hence over pressurizing to tank. I’m wondering what it’ll do in a HDPE mortar with a tight baseball plug. Of course if I try such, first I’ll figure a way to do all action and safely view any reaction from over a hundred feet away. Another thing I wonder is what a gasoline air mixture and a spark plug would do in an HDPE mortar.

            & yes, lost all my projectile pushers in boating accidents too, oh well…

        • FLSTF February 9, 2022, 11:11 AM

          A few questions, Sniper.
          Have you ever attempted to disarm a “jackboot” or any other armed person, and were you successful?
          If so, is the technique consistent?
          Does your technique work for both rifles and pistols?
          Is it ambidextrous- working equally well with left-handed and right-handed jackboots?
          Can it be successfully done without endangering any innocent bystanders?
          How do you get the jackboot in close enough proximity to execute your maneuver before they draw?
          What if they step back as they draw? (A commonly used technique.)
          What do you do if there is more than one of them? They seem to rarely travel alone.
          Have you had any professional training to perfect this technique?
          What technique do you then employ if the gun is already in his/her hand?
          Is that 2 second time frame sufficient to determine if the safety is on/off, or if the slide or action must be racked before aiming and firing?

          If your attempt might fail and the worst happens, have you made all the proper provisions to financially (and otherwise) ensure for your family’s welfare? Would your life insurance cover “death by attempted disarming of a jackboot”? (AKA suicide by jackboot)

          And finally, why not just carry your own gun, so as to not have to depend on taking one from someone else?

          • James ONeil February 9, 2022, 11:55 AM

            Speaking for myself, not for ghost of course:
            Yes to your first query and yes it was successful.
            query 2; no of course not different situations different responses.
            The rest of your queries, yawn, what ifs, what ifs, I understand and what if they were made of steel and had the strength of 100 raging bulls? Sorry youngster, work it out for yourself.

            • FLSTF February 9, 2022, 12:41 PM

              Thanks for your reply, and I applaud your success and bravery in a disarm situation.
              That said, I also feel a certain amount of concern when people suggest using any actions or techniques that usually prove suicidal- especially when another approach may be more effective or less dangerous.

              Case in point- imagine if everyone followed Joe Biden’s ridiculous advice on use of a double barreled shotgun. And most people who feel empowered after watching a John Wick movie will automatically possess his skills.

              I agree with you about “what ifs.”
              Life is a long journey down the path of millions of “what ifs,” and proper planning and success depends on asking that question. And I hope that my asking questions here in order to clarify things doesn’t upset anyone.
              Old saying- Those who fail to prepare are those who are preparing to fail.

              And thank you for the “youngster” compliment! I seem to feel much younger and be considerably more active than most of my peers- a hard-earned blessing.

            • ghostsniper February 9, 2022, 12:48 PM

              The “19 Ninja’s” question invariably shows up.
              You know, “What will you do if you are attacked by 19 ninja’s in a dark alley at 3am on a rainy night?” lol

  • Arty February 8, 2022, 6:58 PM

    That old boy didn’t look to be 5 feet tall. Those 2 goons will never live that down

  • gwbnyc February 8, 2022, 7:16 PM

    yeah, by all means fuck an old man up.

    I’m an old man, son of a bitch.

    • Mike Austin February 9, 2022, 4:53 AM

      As am I—68 at last counting. All I want is to be left alone. That is not a request.

  • John A. Fleming February 8, 2022, 9:16 PM

    Those two coppers could care less that they’re cussed out by a couple of hipsters. Now if every damn time they do an arrest they are surrounded by a hundred swearing truckers, they are going to start being more … careful … about who and how they arrest. It’s got to wear on anyone, out there doing the job and getting all kinds of instant grief for it. At some point even the burned finger learns and stops wobbling back to the fire. Either that, or the cops will conclude that if the citizens are against them, then the citizens are now the enemy and to be dealt with accordingly. By their demeanor in this video, I expect these two have concluded the latter.

    Of more concern is Castreau’s and his ilk rhetoric. They are completely othering the mandate protestors, calling them every topical pejorative name and falsely accusing them of every perfidy, while never admitting that the protestors have a legitimate point of view. Today it’s racist, homophobic, transphobic etc. Back in the day it was wreckers, hoarders, kulaks, counter-revolutionaries, untermenschen. Castreau spews the lie that the truckers are there to overthrow the government; no actually, they just want the government to cancel the vaxx mandates and they’d leave tomorrow. To Castreau and his ilk, to give in and cancel the mandates looks like overthrow, because they will lose their precious Ring Of Power that has corrupted them utterly.

    The language of othering is always to justify the use of raw naked force against the “enemy”, to prepare and soften up their own people to accept without guilt the mass arrests, detentions, property seizures and disappearances of the anti-mandateurs. Because Ottawa is so relentless and message disciplined in its attacks on the convoyeurs, city, provincial and dominion, I believe the roundups will start within days. 3AM, the cell phones will go off the air, the ” convoy leaders” in Ottawa will be grabbed in a blitz and disappeared, and they will spend the whole day making visible arrests and roundups. The government stooges will run false-flag ops to justify further suppression. Anybody who physically resists or shouts loud enough will be beaten and arrested, and taken to the camps. And the Ottawa millennials and Gen-Xers and nice, polite Canadians will cheer the police on. Yay! Our side is winning finally.

    If the convoyeurs don’t have alternate means now to get the signal out, it’s already too late it will be blocked. These will not be the polite mounties of yore but government goons like the world over. The same ones that busted student head in Berzerkely in 1964. The same that busted up Rodney King. The kind that infest swat teams everywhere, instant compliance and submission or you’re dead. The kind that live in letter organizations: NKVD, GSP, FBI, ATF, RCMP. These cops live for punishing and killing citizens. And I don’t accept the argument that these are the bad cops. To me, every cop supports all their brother cops without question. Those two Ottawa cops up above, it’s clear they could care less about what happens to the perp after the arrest is made, it’s none of their affair, they’ll happily arrest anyone and everyone all day long while the paycheck keeps coming.

    It’s weird, I’ve never had a bad experience with policing. Oh, an occasional stop for over the limit or busted tail-light, big deal no harm no foul. And I’ve never trusted them, not for a second. I think I got that from my older brother, God rest his soul, when I was but a lad. No good can ever come from an interaction with law enforcement and the organs of “justice”, and the potential for bad is unlimited. It can be argued back to me that I am “othering” the police, to which I reply that their bad actions speak so loudly that I cannot hear their protestations of innocence and good intentions and loyalty to We the People.

    • Mike Austin February 9, 2022, 5:05 AM

      Here is one “known unknown”: How far will the government go? The first arrests will be widely publicized. These will be meant to frighten the others into compliance. And if the opposite happens, that the truckers still refuse to comply? This is another “known unknown”. The Canadian government cannot be seen to back down an inch. Neither can the truckers. Someone’s got to lose.

      Here is a general rule for all uprisings, rebellions and mass protests: If you go to kill the king, kill the king.

      • ghostsniper February 9, 2022, 7:40 AM

        Well there ya go. The truckers want the tyrants to back off the vax mandate, but what if they don’t? What is the truckers next move? Go home? Then, what was it all for? I mean, doesn’t everybody already know all gov’ts are all about force? As you said Mike, if they go to cancel the vac mandate, then get it done. How? I don’t know, and I don’t believe the truckers are capable. They have to eat, and they ain’t making money while parked blowing horns. The gov’t has unlimited funds and the truckers do not. This will end soon, and nothing will be diff.

        • FLSTF February 9, 2022, 11:33 AM

          It’s already different.
          The truckers have gained the attention and support of hundreds of millions of people in TWO countries, and maybe many other countries, too.
          They’ve widely exposed the tyranny of illegal government mandates, and are now considered blue-collar heroes.
          They have made a gigantic stand that has terrified the ruling class- Trudeau went into hiding.
          In the USA and Canada, everyone depends on truckers for their goods and provisions. The threat or possibility of stopping that flow is a very, very powerful weapon that cannot be ignored or denied.

        • John A. Fleming February 9, 2022, 12:21 PM

          The plan has to be that the protestors do things that continue to attract people to their side, while demoralizing their opponents. They have to collect enough adherents that it becomes undeniable that this is serious and the politicians and media ignore them at their peril. Everybody loves a winner and wants to be a part of it.

          The truckers are at Stage 2. “First they ignore you. Then they ridicule you. Then they attack you. Then you win.” The blockaders across Canada are the tip of the spear. They picked up the northern 50% in their convoy across Canada, minus the progressive big-city warrens. The southern 50% are all NPC proggros, they cannot be moved until Stage 3 comes.

          Just by staying, the convoyeurs are winning. The weekend moonwalks were a great idea. The govmt stooges know they will lose their supporters if they move to Stage 3. The protestors must force this to happen, it is now a contest for the minds of each side’s supporters. The stooges’ first attack will be false flag ops to justify their attacks.

          The weird thing we United Staters don’t quite appreciate is how much power the governments have seized by nationalizing health care. Those politicians saying “I must follow the science, I cannot give in to the truckers, I am duty-bound to protect our fragile health care system” really puts fear into the everyday folks. It’s the next level down from the politicians controlling food distribution. The Canadian truckers have to overcome a stronger level of emotional resistance to bring people over to their side, and the politicians have a more powerful weapon to keep their people in-line. We US’ers are some ways there already, the Feds control the distribution of test kits, vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, ventilators, treatments e.g. remdesivir vs. ivermectin. The Feds subsidize approved hospital treatments with printed money. Uppity States with non-compliant governors get their allocations cut. I think an equivalent USA trucker convoy will be very different than the Canadians, because as the government only partially controls the health care system they will have to bring the punitive heat down on the truckers much earlier. The Canadian model won’t work here. Whoever is planning the USA convoy had better think hard and creatively about how they are going to strike and kill the king, because the king’s men are going to attack back early, hard and fast.