Justin "Trudeau" may worship Queen Elizabeth, but his heart belongs to Daddy
Just like any other bully...they will continue to taunt and poke and prod until you hit back right in the kisser!!! WE all need to stand up for tyranny just like we used to....globally...when we used to see this in other countries there was an outcry or at least mention of corruption....WE all need to share these substacks, video clips, articles and start forwarding them to your govt reps....let's stop the bullying......oh, and Trudeau has daddy issues to begin with and the only Queen he worships is himself....
While Canada is taking rights away america is paying reparations ... & taking your rights
It's the style. Slowly chipping away at rights. very methodical. I'm sure they are operating off of a master calendar. He tipped his hand when he froze bank accounts but he won't make that same mistake twice. If that didn't wake Canadians up, their fate is sealed.
There have been quite a few reports of programs to take our homes in the USA too. An expected jump when the WEF has already announced that by a certain year "We will own nothing and we'll be happy." Would imagine this is a planetary aim by all governments associated with the WEF.
Can’t stand to hear Trudeau speak. Creepy evil impetuous man child who doesn’t give a wit about people except himself. Oh and godless too.
These bastards think they have us up against the ropes, so they don't even pretend anymore!
Madness! Fight back , good neighbors !
I'm afraid Ratto is right.
The right to private property was an Act of Parliament. Attempts were made to put it into the Charter but failed because the provinces couldn't agree on the wording for the most part. The last attempt made was in 1981. Ever since then we just assumed private property was protected until this wannabe totalitarian reminded Canadians they are subjects and as such our rights aren't absolute.
Nations should keep this in mind whenever our leaders go off lecturing countries babbling about freedom and democracy. We've been vulnerable to a tyrant for decades and we didn't know or were too apathetic to care. Things were too good here. We were handed a good piece of real estate, blessed to be neighbours to a real country that basically was our economic lifeline, and proceeded to never grow up as a country. Maybe this is a positive now that we're aware of this.
If there's one good thing Justin is showing is just how much of a fraud this country is. It lacks any courage and values to defend the very PRINCIPLES that drive many countries including freedom of expression, assembly and speech. We have all the official appearances and employ the proper rhetoric of a free country but that shine has worn off significantly. Hopefully, other countries that are on an authoritarian path LEARN how free nations collapse and become totalitarian.
No private property no liberty pretty much. It's too late to ever revisit this now. The country is way too divided to ever bridge that gap. I understand that the government can 'take' land via eminent domain or if you don't pay taxes, but we should have stronger protections against a potentially authoritarian-leaning government.
Justin really does have his father's eyes - and ideological outlook. All he's missing are the army fatigues and he's good to go. Come to think of it, it's surprising he never dressed up as a comrade given he played the part of so many characters over the years including Al Jolson.
Here's Biden's preliminary plans related to "Ease the burden of housing costs." https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2022/05/16/president-biden-announces-new-actions-to-ease-the-burden-of-housing-costs/
The WEF partners (stakeholders) plan to own just about everything.
...Mmm. The US has the same thing; it's called 'eminent domain', whereby the state can confiscate private property (like: to build a highway); but always, in exchange for 'fair' compensation — by law. Ditto in France, where the state has the power to nationalize any business it wishes; but likewise, in exchange for 'fair compensation'. There are probably a lot more of these wartime / reconstruction-type property and individual rights abrogation laws, on the books, than people realize ( ex: military draft — which Canada used to be a haven against, ironically ). For example, in the US, the state can also invoke the 'Defense Production Act', and force industries to make a particular product ( e.g. respirators ), etc. So, private property, in this sense, is never absolute — anywhere ( income tax, and occasional price controls, come to mind ) — always being a matter of degree, circumstance, and, of course, power differential ( French: "rapport de force" ). ...While I am not a fan — at all — of what is happening in Canada, these days, with the Covid 'new normal' fascism, and the egregious targeting of dissenters, I wish we had a bit more context regarding this guy's statement, here. But, I agree, overall it can't be a good sign — esp. coming from the Minister of Justice, given recent events!
Canadians are all lost! USA: save yourselves.
If we can't see the ever threatening hand of the Government's role in our lives in the Build Back Better plan (World Economic Forum and most governments) then we must not have looked closely enough. https://www.whitehouse.gov/build-back-better/
Like father, like son. And both are masons.
You will own nothing and be happy
All the more peculiar, because it doesn't take a rocket scientist to know that the foundation of law and order in all civilizations is the protection of private property...
These bloody people, they can say whatever they want, and the more tyrannical they get, the better our chances of kicking down the door and taking back our sovereignty. They are getting really desperate. And that makes them even stupider than before. Bollocks to Trudeau and all the rest of 'em.