1 Year Ago
The Invocation of the Emergencies Act and the Beginning of The Social Disorder Podcast
February 14th, 2022
For most countries, February 14th is Valentine’s Day. A day of love and caring.
For Canadians last year, it was a day that will go down in history as a violent governmental act of terror on it’s own citizens.
One year ago today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau enacted the Emergencies Act. A “Break Glass in Case of Emergency” tool meant for only the most dire of circumstances.
The circumstances he “Broke Glass” for? 3 weeks of peaceful protests against Canada’s institutional overreach through divisive and unscientific mandates and restrictions.
Instead of negotiating with the protest organizers to come to some form of peaceful compromise, Trudeau opted instead to enact the EA. Giving him unprecedented powers as the leader of the country for the sole purpose of forcefully and violently crushing his citizen’s legitimate grievances.
February 14th, 2023
People have short attention spans and even shorter memories.
One year later and no one is talking about what happened this day last year. Either they’ve forgotten, or they’d rather forget.
But we know.
And we won’t forget.
Because those who forget history, are bound to repeat it.
And maybe next time, the majority of Canadians who are far too happy to forget will be the ones on the receiving end of their government’s petty wrath.
~ Drew Weatherhead
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