I try to avoid politics here, but dang it. The more I watch of the Canadian convoys rolling toward Ottawa to protest the vaccine mandates, and all the people cheering the truckers and support people on, no matter what time of day or what weather . . . I’m choking up.
This is probably the biggest protest ever in Canada. The truckers don’t oppose the vaccines, they oppose forcing people to get the shots. And oppose tying everything down to getting groceries (New Brunswick) and medical care to getting the shots. And a whole lot of Canadians are standing with the truckers. Literally, based on the videos and still photos.
G-d bless the folks in the convoys, and the people supporting the convoys. Freedom is rolling in Canada, and it brings tears to my eyes.
To literally stand with these Canadian truckers in Canadian winter weather…very strong agreement indeed!
The ideals of democracy are alive and strong. Disagree with your government? Roll those trucks!
“And a whole lot of Canadians are standing with the truckers. Literally, based on the videos and still photos.”
Not if you’re watching the CBC:
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Many thanks for this. I am not Canadian, but I agree with the choking up. It moved me greatly. At last some movement, and cracks in the media attention so the Truth come out.
I have done my own post just now. If you are at all interested here is my link.
Please note I do use humour as necessary on posts and pages to lighten the mood and help make the points.
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I am not Canadian, but this made me choke up as well. I have a friend who is a trucker in America.
I hope you don’t mind I reblogged this. Good for them.
Please, feel free. It’s a story that deserves to be better known, in my opinion.
I can’t help wondering how many of these gratuitously yet liberally diesel-burning truckers readily loudly complain about any possible fuel tax/price increase, however comparatively small, or carbon tax, though more than recouped via government rebate (except for the high-incomed).
I don’t know, because I’m not familiar with the Canadian tax system. Given how carbon tax revenues elsewhere have been spent on non-environmental projects, I’d be inclined to agree with complaints about that, just on general principles.