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Next Win for Canadian Truckers? Go Home. Go All the Way Home. Each and Every Trucker in Canada. Stay There.

With Castro’s bastard on the edge of sending in his stormtroopers all twitching to launch Trudeau’s Kristallnacht, while moving to loot the bank accounts of  the truckers and their donors/supporters it is time for the truckers to say, “Okay, Justin, have it  your way.” 

Yes, it is time for the Truckers of Canada to unlock their air brakes, fire up their diesel, pack up the barbeques and bouncy castles and haul ass out of these cities. Presto! No more honking gridlock! A win for Justin!

So long truckers! Yes, haul ass straight home — all the way home — your family home. Turn the engines off. Set the brakes. Take the keys and head inside. Grab a Molson, kick back by the winter, say “Justin, have it your way,” and then chill for say ten days/two weeks. All of you mother truckers. Each and every one. 

May such a sit-down strike envelop the globe. Honk on.

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  • gwbnyc February 17, 2022, 11:19 AM

    why, this crossed my very mind earlier…

  • Jack February 17, 2022, 11:36 AM

    If the mule doesn’t respond when you lay that 2×4 up against the left side of his hard head then tighten your grip and lay it up against the right side of his hard head.

  • Tom Hyland February 17, 2022, 11:42 AM

    Speaking of a swift 2 x 4… here’s a deserving individual. This is the freak who hacked the GiveSendGo site and doxed every financial contributor. Pure insanity the likes I haven’t seen lately. Watch the video.

    • Boat Guy February 17, 2022, 4:43 PM

      I wouldn’t sully a 2×4 that way. Have you priced them lately?
      It does make me wish for a way to send 50,000 volts through the internet. Alternatively to personally encounter this little shit

  • MIKE GUENTHER February 17, 2022, 11:49 AM

    My wife said the same thing a few days ago about the truckers just going home and parking their rigs for a while. How the hell does Turdoo think he gets his bacon wrapped dates and caviar.

    • gwbnyc February 17, 2022, 12:05 PM

      …would’ja be referrin’ t’bacon wrapped escorts?

  • James ONeil February 17, 2022, 12:11 PM

    My thought is don’t go home truckers, just prioritize your routes. What, you have fresh fruit for Ottawa on your rig and tires for Whitehorse as well? Dang but, they stuck the fires in last, we need to deliver them to Whitehorse before we can haul fruit to Ottawa. Oh well….

    Same in the US: Three 18 wheelers with bread and milk aboard for D.C.? Golly just noticed one bottle of suntan oil on each rig destined for Florida Guess we otta drop of the suntan oil first. Oh well…

    • John February 18, 2022, 8:05 AM

      You clearly have no idea how trucking works.

      • James ONeil February 18, 2022, 9:24 AM

        Sorry wee Johnny, you clearly have no ideas.

  • Henry Cybulski February 17, 2022, 12:14 PM

    A couple of problems with that.

    One is that most truckers still have to earn a living and can’t rely on outside funding anymore it seems.

    The other is that Trudeau and other like poohbahs won’t be affected in the least if the truckers go Galt. They will still get their foodstuffs and other comforts supplied to them, even by military helicopters if they so order.

    Meanwhile, regular folks will increasingly blame the truckers for all the shortages.

    • Mike Austin February 18, 2022, 5:59 AM

      That is my take as well. The elites will not at all suffer. When have they ever suffered? Everyone else will, however.

    • John February 18, 2022, 8:08 AM

      Yep, and getting every single one of them to do it is not even remotely plausible even if they were all independently wealthy. Many truckers don’t support the protests at all. Even 10% going home would make a noticeable difference, but it would hurt their neighbors and countrymen, not that effete Trudeau and his ilk.

      • FLSTF February 18, 2022, 9:22 AM

        “Many truckers don’t support the protests at all.”

        Have any evidence to back up that extremely vague statement? And exactly how many?
        I’m sure we’d all like to see some.

  • Roll-aid February 17, 2022, 12:16 PM

    Well, not so fast. If Trudeau goes all in on the Emergency Declaration, there’s another part of the law that would — in theory anyway — get those truckers back on the road or risk added fines and jail time.

    Here’s a video I found that has a Canadian lawyer going through the actual text of the law. One provision basically mandates that any individual with particular skills useful during the emergency (ie, driving a big truck ) can be compelled to practice that skill in service of the state. And, the law adds, be compensated a fair wage to do so; which was real big of them.

    Whoever wrote that law was very good at it….
    From a blogger called “Runkle Of The Bailey”


    • Kevin in PA February 17, 2022, 2:36 PM

      I like your line of thinking, O’Neil, but Whitehorse to Ottawa and back is one heck of a diesel bill!

      Now if the Castro bastard tries to co-opt the truckers under “emergency powers”, they could all come down with covid and self quarantine.

    • ghostsniper February 17, 2022, 6:21 PM

      “…can be compelled to practice that skill in service of the state.”
      Break the tool, then the work can’t be done.
      Break a hundred of them if necessary.

  • enn ess February 17, 2022, 12:41 PM

    I’ve been saying this for at least the last 10 years, as well as during every single “catastrophe” the gommermints have perpetrated upon the populace, clear back to the, ugh, Carter years and previous fuel shortages, etc. No one has had the balls to stand together to make their future brighter.
    Our Constitution and Canada’s (for the most part), were written to provide gommermint with laws and rules they were to PROVIDE to the people. Meaning we are the gommermints bosses. Start acting like it instead of the sheeplike peasant piss ants we have become.

  • Lance de Boyle February 17, 2022, 12:42 PM

    Only way this will end well is for Justine to be kicked out or lose so much support from parliament and the provinces that he backs down.

    Someone(s) here know a whole lot more than I….
    Is Justine’s version of tyranny the real thing or a deperate pose?
    Doesn’t he need a whole apparatus of control—from corporations and all kinds of thugs and “police” down to petty bureaucrats? I don’t see that he has it or that he has time to create it, except in a few bureaus.
    What would be the goal of tyranny? Is he into a whole authoritarian plan, or is this a spur of the moment tantrum?
    I don’t see the historical preparations for totalitarianization: war, depression, etc.
    Just askin.

    • Jack February 18, 2022, 6:44 AM

      Justine has never had his head used as a mop and his butt used as a broom so he’s lacking in personal behavioral skills and he has an extremely poor attitude. That little bastard actually believes himself to be a real daisy and comparatively speaking, that’s exactly what he is…a flower, a wisp of down, a right proper little fking twit.

      Truth is, he’s not good enough to manage the responsibilities of government or demand anything from anyone anywhere and Canadians should take care of him in a manner that he could appreciate. Lock his ass in prison for 50 years without release.

  • FLSTF February 17, 2022, 1:13 PM

    Has anyone else seen the stories and videos of the good Canadian citizens walking around with empty gas cans- to throw off the cops that were confiscating full ones?

    I got a helluva a smile and a hearty laugh from it. What a great and humorous way to say “eff you” to Truedumb and his cronies.

  • Casey Klahn February 17, 2022, 1:28 PM

    Too late. They’re going to get one-sixed. Which is what happened to the rubes who went to DC on 1/6, and have been subsequently arrested in a political witch hunt. Where does one run from the long arm of Justin?

    Would anyone be surprised if Michael Byrd, himself, doesn’t walk up to a female protestor in Ottawa and shoot her dead point blank?

    I will admit that they’ve shown JT for his true colors (that being his pink NaughtZee outfit). The goal of ending the mandates is, as yet, unachieved. But, JT may be disempowered soon and this is a fine outcome.

    My advice going forward is: never go to a public square to protest unless you’re armed and with a cohort of minutemen. To plan on the forbearance of the government is to plan to fail.

    • Mike Austin February 18, 2022, 5:55 AM

      I would guess that Canada has lots of Michael Byrds.

  • Richard G. February 17, 2022, 2:29 PM

    Talking to a young friend who is a truck driver, about Canada, he maintains that truckers only need to stop and park for 24 hrs. to shake the temple walls.

    • Anonymous February 17, 2022, 3:04 PM

      “truckers only need to stop and park for 24 hrs. to shake the temple walls.”

      So, if they wait it out for ten day that should be good enough to have the walls come tumbling down, right?

  • ghostsniper February 17, 2022, 3:00 PM

    Seems that if one person no longer existed the rest could on with the business of running their lives.
    Yeah I know, another would step in and take the place.
    The new one would know what awaits and will tread very softly, perhaps even intelligently.
    If not, then it gets to join the old one.

  • T Town February 17, 2022, 3:01 PM

    It’s too late for those participating in the protest to go home. You really don’t think the gov will unfreeze their bank accounts, re-instate their mortgages, insurance, and business licenses do you?
    However, for those truckers who have yet to be identified as “terrorists”, it would be a great time for them to park their trucks in solidarity with the protesters. Yes, it likely won’t affect the elite, but the outcry from the common folk about the hardships brought on by their heavy-handed response to a peaceful protest might be enough to topple them.

  • EndOfPatience February 17, 2022, 3:58 PM

    Three days.

    Then the big blue cities are out of food and gas.

    And since they’re arresting the organizers, there’s no one to negotiate with.

    I sincerely hope that Trudeau makes the approval vote on his power grab a test vote.

  • FLSTF February 17, 2022, 6:15 PM

    On a more positive note, Truedope has actually (unintentionally) done a great service to all Canadians.

    By openly displaying his tyrannical inner self, I’m absolutely certain that he has now inadvertently convinced several hundred thousand Canadian citizens that turning in their guns on the April 30, 2022 deadline would be a gigantic, irreparable mistake.


    • gwbnyc February 17, 2022, 6:59 PM

      his tyranny, and the inherent weakness of the office itself as it is seen thus malformed.

  • oldvet50 February 18, 2022, 4:19 AM

    Back in olden times, it seemed a simpler matter to revolt against your government. They really could not do much except shoot and kill you outright. Now, however, very, very few people grow their own food or provide their own water (without benefit of electricity). Almost everyone relies on government provided services to some extent to just exist. I think the strike, though noble it is, will accomplish nothing since those in power will not suffer one iota; the rest of the common folk will, and greatly. I hope and pray I am wrong on this.

  • Mike Austin February 18, 2022, 5:54 AM

    Truckers refusing to truck will have no effect upon the Canadian ruling elites. They will simply resupply through air transport—and at taxpayer’s expense. Truckers refusing to truck will effect everyone else.

    • Vanderleun February 18, 2022, 7:14 AM

      I think you have the elites using air support at far too small a number. The “elites” like all the rest are interwoven with the society and are — from coast to coast — too large a number to resupply via air. It’s not like they are all sitting in West Berlin waiting for an upmarket Care package. It’s more like trying to air supply hundreds of Dien Bien Phus. Then you have to add in the Elites’ servants and other members of the Nomenklatura. And what will they use for air transport? The military? And for the trucks to transport the supplies from the landing strips? The military again. I guess they will find out if the Legions will remain loyal.

      • Mike Austin February 18, 2022, 8:23 AM

        I had not given enough thought to how the elites would be resupplied. I was thinking only of the tyrants and their toadies in Ottawa. Your take on the military role is well-placed.

        And by the way, Eisenhower should have bombed the shit out of the Viet Minh at Dien Bien Phu and then negotiated a settlement for evacuating the French Army and the Foreign Legion. Even that well-fed Cabal member Kissinger thought so—at least in retrospect. When I was a rather callow lad in college studying—what else?—History, I thought so as well. The more I study Eisenhower the more I despise him.

        • Vanderleun February 18, 2022, 12:22 PM

          There’s a bit on this at Porettos today where he thinks about luxuries vs. necessities.


          • Mike Austin February 18, 2022, 1:28 PM

            I look around my 680 square foot apartment and see nothing but luxuries: books, records, CDs, bicycles—ok, maybe not the bikes as they are my method of transportation—backpacking gear, and a $25,000 hi-end audiophile system. I live better than Louis XIV did. I smell better too. That means that I have absolutely no desire to go all Franciscan and take a vow of poverty. No thanks. Been there. Done that. Hated it. I will do all in my power to avoid that sort of existence. I did not work all my life to end up poor and broke.

            If Biden’s inflation goes all Weimar, then my stuff will go into a friend’s spare rooms—he’s a millionaire stock broker—and what I need will go on my Surly Pugsley bicycle and I will live on the bike traveling to and fro. Or something like that. My income is Social Security and Teachers’ Retirement; good enough for now but who knows about one year from now?

      • Henry Cybulski February 18, 2022, 11:19 AM

        Given that members of the military are willing to be sent to far off, sometimes dangerous, places, why would they balk at supplying TPTB, their paymasters, and all their minions.
        Also, there are any number of cargo plane operators that won’t stand up to the tyrants. They wouldn’t want their bank accounts frozen and operating licences revoked.

  • FLSTF February 18, 2022, 9:39 AM


    A horde of violent Canadian leftists attacked a gas pipeline company, did millions of dollars in damage, and tried to burn people alive in vehicles–

    Truedope says he will kidnap pets belonging to protesters, will hold them for 8 days (at the owner’s expense) and have them put to sleep if unclaimed–

    Ottawa (Canadian) Police to arrest any reporters covering the arrests of freedom convoy truckers–

    It’s like he’s literally trying to start a war.
    My advice to Canadians– DO NOT TURN IN YOUR GUNS.

  • Mike Austin February 18, 2022, 12:54 PM

    The real revolt begins when Canadians begin to use whatever guns they have. But first blood will be drawn by Trudeau and his goons.

  • Will M February 18, 2022, 2:21 PM

    Re: necessities – In the not too far flung future, if you want to eat, you will have to have a private veg garden and a chicken coop (with chickens), or have a skill that people really need for which you can trade for food.

  • Dirk February 18, 2022, 6:34 PM

    These shit stains have work places and homes they leave and return to almost daily. These shit stains have families which share their views, their values.

    These shit stains are absolute kill list members. Their trials, their sentences have been handed down by themselves! Their words, their deeds, their communist positions.

    When one hunts rattle snakes, one cut the head off, not the tail. I care very much for all here, your too busy talking to un Fuck the problem.

    It’s Canada, so practice your wind calls.


  • Anonymous February 19, 2022, 12:23 PM

    I use TD Bank… But not for long. A few arrangements and poof, no account.