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UPDATE:  Canadian police have moved in using armored vehicles, snipers, and silenced assault rifles against the peaceful unarmed Freedom Convoy demonstration.  They are making mass arrests and wantonly damaging property. The police are also wearing masks like the brutal special political police of some ex-Soviet states did.

Is Canada becoming a Third World banana republic or a police state?

New Zealand's police commissioner has announced that its police would not be arresting Freedom Convoy protesters outside parliament, saying that it would be counterproductive and lead to more violence.

Meanwhile, in Canada, Dictator Justin "Little Castro" Trudeau isn't even waiting for parliament to approve his request for emergency powers.  Parliament's sitting for today was cancelled.  His police are already arresting Freedom Convoy protesters.  And the media have been warned that if they photograph it, they will be arrested, too.

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( February 18th, 2022 @ 12:36 pm )
The Babylon Bee is reporting that Trudeau is having a difficult time teaching the Royal Canadian Mounted Police how to goose step. From other news soutces, Trudeau is refusing to apologize to a Jewish Conservative member of parliament who he falsely called a "Nazi". That is interesting in light of the fact that the grandfather of Trudeau's deputy prime minister was an actual Nazi.
( February 18th, 2022 @ 11:59 am )
Trudeau's emergency powers declaration forbids most Canadians from protesting, but allows refugees, immigrants, and ethnic minorities to protest. Why are ordinary Canadians second class members of their own society under Trudeau?

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