Canada: The New Land of the Free and Home of the Brave
Canadian truckers and farmers showing the world how it's done
Justin Trudeau, a world-class liar, is hiding in a bunker as Canadian Truckers blockade the Great White North to protest globalist Covid policies. Celebrate.
Canadian truckers are becoming ungovernable, and that’s the way to be. Shame on me (and many Americans) for failing to lead on the Ungovernable movement.
The animating document of what became the United States provided the philosophical foundation of governance upon which the Canadian truckers rely. In modern language, that philosophy is:
People have certain rights as human beings upon which government has no legitimate authority to infringe.
Any attempt by any government to infringe on those rights renders the government’s right to exist null and void.
People protect themselves from the government by establishing and maintaining control over the government.
When a government attempts to assume more power than the people have delegated, the people have the unalienable right to alter or abolish the government.
In our present crisis, governments around the world have surrendered their legitimacy—their right to exist—by infringing upon human freedoms that governments may not infringe upon, regardless of how those governments came into existence. One way of altering those illegitimate governments is to simply become ungovernable.
The Canadian Truckers, who have been joined by Canadian Farmers and some US Truckers, get this. They are making themselves ungovernable. In the process, Canadian Prime Oligarch Justin Trudeau is hiding in his basement like Joe Biden.
When we control the ground and the enemy is forced into hiding, things are well with the world.
Check out the “Joyous Protest” in Ottawa:
My first and most striking observation was the mood of festivity that permeated the crowd. The noise was deafening at times. Many thousands were there, and everyone I saw was happy and smiling. A few times, people spontaneously broke into singing our national anthem, and it moved in a wave across the crowd.
I called it the Joyous Protest. I spent hours on the Hill, moving around the crowd in various locations, and I did not observe or hear about ANY violence or even unruly behavior. Ottawa Police reported no incidents. On three occasions I encountered groups of 5 or 6 Ottawa cops moving through the crowd. They were calm, smiling, courteous, non-confrontational, and in one case I saw a high five to a demonstrator.