By Craig Rucker|2022-02-17T14:41:24-05:00February 17th, 2022|Civil Rights|Comments Off on CFACT resupplies freedom truckers
Things are getting a bit hairy in the Great White North.
Last weekend, a Canadian judge issued an injunction blocking monies being sent to assist the trucker protest in Ottawa collected by a Christian fundraising site GiveSendGo. The site was subsequently hacked and donor information was compromised, leading many to fear the government will now use this data to go after protestors.
On Monday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also invoked the far-sweeping Emergencies Act for the first time in 50 years. This frightening move gives the Prime Minister the type of near absolute power as would be the case under Marshall law for 7 days, then it will be up to the Parliament to determine whether-or-not to extend it.
At the time of this writing, we’re hearing reports from the front lines of impending troop arrivals, as well as threats of tear gas about to be deployed on civilians. It’s hard to tell what is real or not. Our hearts go out to the protestors. We stand in solidarity with them.
As part of the crackdown by Trudeau, the government has threatened to freeze the personal bank accounts of trucker sympathizers. This is being done to stop the flow of funds – and even crypto currency is not exempt. The logic is simple: if protestors are deprived of basic human needs like food and water, or people can’t heat themselves in the freezing temperatures, they’ll have no choice but to disperse.
But they’re underestimating freedom-loving people like the truckers, you, and groups like CFACT. When freedom is under threat, and government starts acting tyrannical, we step up our resolve and do what’s necessary to fight back.
CFACT, for its part, has been, and will continue to, deliver essential food, fuel and basic necessities to those engaged in this epic battle for liberty. We will do this despite any threats and intimidation from the Trudeau government.
Though we’d like to share details of precisely how we’re going about our effort, as well as some of the very positive compliments we’ve received from those on the ground, we cannot do so. That would be to place ourselves and others more easily in the government’s crosshairs. Suffice it to say, we’re committed to this cause and very thankful to all of you who helped us out by donating to our Canada campaign. Keep it up!
In the meantime, while events continue to unfold, let’s all pray for the True North to once again be “Strong and Free.”