“In 1933, the Nazis issued a decree that required Germans to turn in anyone who spoke against the party, its leaders, or the government”
RCMP commissioner Brenda Lucki urged Canadians to report suspicious Internet behaviour, including comments by people who express “anti-government, anti-law enforcement” opinions.
The commissioner’s statement was obtained Monday by Blacklock’s Reporter.
“When in doubt, report it,” said Lucki. “It’s easy to overlook the seemingly ordinary moments that make up our days.”
People Are Comparing Justin Trudeau to Adolf Hitler: Here’s Why.
The similarities between Hitler and Trudeau’s illegal use of emergency powers are rather striking. Canadian #FreedomConvoy truckers are suffering due to Trudeau’s illegal suspension of human rights to mop up his mistakes.
Politicians who voted for @JustinTrudeau’s Emergencies Act declaration:
If you think he will not use these powers to go after every political opponent -to track their donations, their calls, & criminalise them- you just might be naïve, clueless or complicit.
The Trudeau regime is now denying bail to the organizer of the Freedom Convoy They are threatening her with 10 years in prison
Classic psychopath, accusing others of doing what they are actually doing. It feels like upside-down world because it is. https://t.co/887ZfEmjm2— Stacey Rudin (@stacey_rudin) February 22, 2022
Canada is now denying bail to the organizer of the Freedom Convoy— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) February 22, 2022
They are threatening her with 10 years in prison
Wake up pic.twitter.com/MWb2fmsqn1
How many officers will we use to make you safe? It depends, this time it was four.— Ottawa Police (@911policeottawa) February 21, 2022
The Italians showed us how to deal with fascists back in the day: