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popsiclep3t3 29 points ago +29 / -0

MANDATES ARE NOT ENOUGH.

IM TIRED OF SEEING THREADS THAT SAY "UNTIL MANDATES ARE FINISHED"

THE ENTIRE GOVERNMENT MUST RESIGN. OUT. OUT. FUCKING OUT.

WE GIVE THEM THE POWER TO END IT, THEY STILL HAVE THE POWER TO START IT AGAIN.

OUT. ALL OF THEM.

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Ehjax78 [S] 18 points ago +18 / -0

    Well listening to this interview, change of government is also a requirement. both new representatives for otoole and Trudeau, I didn't catch of they mentioned Singh. Plus it was mentioned that majority of the provincial government represented by conservative leaders and they should be ashamed of themselves with an overhaul of basically the whole government exchanging for those that stand for Canada and it's laws and values. 

     Plus this movement is to expose mainstream media while at the same time segregating them from this grass roots movement. Politicians can start showing support in regards to Canadians freedom but the organization will not show support to any particular political leader nor allow this movement to have any of their faces attached as they have all been a disappointment to Canadians.

     This wonderful group of patriots are all in and ready to fight till the end with Canadians growing in numbers joining each and every day for the take back of Canada. It belongs to us the people and we want our Country a place that we are proud to pass onto our children and our children's children and so on for many generations to come. Thanks to those around the world for joining us and being a part of what I would consider the most powerful moment in Canada and around the world.

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test_pattern 5 points ago +5 / -0

good summary. worth listening to the entire presser. it's about the people unified.

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CirclebackGinger 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is amazing! My prayers are continually with y’all in Canada!

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FractalizingIron 4 points ago +4 / -0

Note: your all caps key is on.

You're tired? Note: this isn't about you.

By the way, if you disengage from your reaction, you'll probably understand that this is a process. There needs to be a wedge to get in. It STARTS with kicking back against the mandates, but it doesn't stop there.

We're two years into this current development, and the Canadian convoy is now hitting the streets. Watch the news conference. Brilliant stuff.

Waking up an entire population takes time and steps are involved. If you are too engaged with your emotional reaction (i.e. outrage), you won't make it to the end without undermining your own heart/mind/health.

By the way, I'm saying TOO engaged. We have to be engaged with our emotions, but it's really important to have balance, discipline and maturity.

Understand the process. The process now underway, worldwide, is the collapse of the old system that has been in place for decades, for centuries, and a replacement of it with a healthy, human-friendly grounded system. It's going to take time, but removing the politicians, etc, is only one aspect. Unless we ourselves change and grow, it won't mean a thing.

Convoy organizers hold press conference

https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1vAxRkzoeAXKl

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Ehjax78 [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

Well said. Even a few weeks ago I wouldn't of thought Canada was ready for this change but watching the Convoy opened my eyes to the wonderful people that live in my Country. I feel so proud and so blessed and super excited because the Best is Yet to Come!

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FractalizingIron 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm so happy for you.

I'm from crazy central in crazy central of global crazy central in the past two years. Yes, my fellow heir of the British Commonwealth, Melbourne, Australia.

We proudly wear the badge of most locked down city in the world, and we've borne the craziest lunatic C19 measures of anywhere on the planet (well, just about).

After our 6th lockdown towards the end of last year (about 70%+ of our days from over the past two years have been in lockdown), we started having our first breakthrough rallies in October. Then, in november, our Melbourn rallies went from around 8000 one Saturday to around 20,000 the next weekend, then 100,000 (give or take 15%) the next, then around 400,000 the next. After that, I stopped counting. They shrank, but that was OK.

When you see almost 7% or 8% or your population marching in the street for freedom, it's really something. You know, that peak demonstration was a march, over a 1.8 km course, from Parliament to a large Park downtown. When the front of the marchers arrived at the park, the end of the marchers were leaving the parliament. Seriously.

That was a watershed moment for us. We've been fighting in the trenches, doing small tiny rallies - 2000 here, 4000 there, 10,000 in August, etc - but finally you see, wow, my people are awake and my people care.

You know, around 400,000 people marching and NOT ONE ARREST for misconduct by the cops. Such a spirit of unity, peace, and goodwill.

And I see the same thing in the Canadian convoy. Same spirit.

So, I'm so happy for you. I know what it's like to feel your faith in your people restored. THIS is what they truly, truly fear. Because once we come together in solidarity, they CANNOT win. Their divide and conquer bulldust, their running us down constantly with fear, anger, portraying us badly etc, its all projection.

Meanwhile, Canada is now become an inspiration around the world. Yes, Aussies have also jump on the wagon, and we have our convoys descending on the capital here. Not as big as you guys, but very much in solidarity.

I'm an Australian, but I'm proud of Canada and proud to be part of the same family of peoples.

You know, hard times are still gonna come, but I think this is truly only the beginning. The spirit that brought out so many Australians at the end of 21, that has brought out so many Canadians in 22, that brought out so many of the Europeans, heck, for all of 20 and 21... it's only going to grow.

Truly, the best is yet to come.

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Pbman 20 points ago +20 / -0

They could stay for 20 years if need be,I and millions of others will pump in money until it's over.

I'm 99.9999999% sure of that.

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Ehjax78 [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

They sure could

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giantHoser 7 points ago +7 / -0

They’re only gonna stay for 15 days to slow the spread of communism, I promise

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NancyGone 5 points ago +5 / -0

Nobody asked Soros how long he could fund Antifa and BLM

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AK907Patriot 4 points ago +4 / -0

Go give em hell, BOYS!!!! This is exactly how wars were fought in the day. Starve them fuckers out until change happens. Their resources are limited.

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CaptBobbles 3 points ago +3 / -0

This was an excellent interview, in its entirety - didn’t plan on watching until the end, but was riveted.

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Ehjax78 [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Same here. I watched it start to finish. Maybe because they are real people speaking truth and not trying to put on a show.

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CaptBobbles 2 points ago +2 / -0

From your other comments, I understand that you are Canadian (I’m in the U.S.) - God bless you, and all of the courageous people in Canada who are standing up.

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Ehjax78 [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks for all your support

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Vaguelyswami1 3 points ago +3 / -0

We are in good hands. God bless these people and give them strength.

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AngelCole 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is fantastic. I thought they'd supplement those truckers so they could afford to stay for a while and pay their bills.

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Ehjax78 [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

Our Government could learn from them about distributing the money that we give them as to what the money should actually be used for

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s4tguru 2 points ago +2 / -0

interview is now not working. anyone have a another link to this piece of history?

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DrainWashington2 2 points ago +2 / -0

We'll see. They're going to be blamed for empty shelves, right on cue.

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RustyShackleford777 1 point ago +1 / -0

The shelves were already empty...