Canada-inspired Freedom Convoy movement is gaining momentum, with trucker demonstrations kicking off in multiple countries. Canada-style Freedom Convoy protests against Covid-19 limitations and mandatory vaccination spilt into additional countries over the weekend as the movement gained traction globally.
Many a true word said in jest: ‘the joke told of the visitor who when alighting his aircraft as Sydney Airport was approached by an immigration officer. The visiting businessman was asked if he had a criminal record. ‘I didn’t know having a criminal record was still a requirement of entry,’ the visitor grinned.
From mask mandates to vaccine passports, government restrictions on people’s human rights and people’s liberties wobble but in many regimes remain in place. Follow the science they say. We do:
Racing to the rescue of on the ropes Canadian premier Justin Trudeau, Facebook has booted the rapidly growing ‘Convoy to DC 2022’ group from its platform after it quickly gained 137,000 members. The group had been gaining tens of thousands of members per day and was calling on all truckers in the US to form a convoy to protest COVID-19 mandates. Organisers were planning to begin the convoy in California and end in Washington DC.
The Australian (federal) government is scrambling to bolster security after Parliament House and the Prime Minister were mobbed in successive days by ordinary Australians furious at communist-tier repressive mandates:
Germany’s conservative AfD party is calling for an end to lockdowns after figures showing the massive cost of the pandemic were released. The coronavirus pandemic measures have to date cost the German economy approximately €350 billion, according to calculations by the German Economic Institute (IW).
Never before in history have demonstrations been so widespread.
The German government is seriously ‘concerned’ over the sheer number of protests against COVID restrictions in recent weeks, which are the most widespread in the country’s history.
Fierce clashes between anti-repression protesters and police in Brussels saw damage dealt to the European External Action Service building. Chaotic scenes unfolded on the streets of the Belgian capital, Brussels, on Sunday, as tens of thousands of protesters joined a mass march against Covid-19 health passes and other restrictions introduced by European governments in the name of combating the pandemic.
Behind a Curtain of Discreet Silence adopted by orchestrated government-sponsored corporate media, millions of citizens are protesting against government oppression with thousands of demonstrations taking place all over the Western World. Are their acts of anti-government violence?
Throughout Britain, the fragmenting European Union the once respected police find themselves in the frontlines not against the criminal class but against their working-class from which many themselves sprung.