Thousands of Canadian truckers made headlines when they carried their vaccine protests to their capital in Ottawa. Now, the “Freedom Convoy” sparked spin-offs around the globe.
It’s time for these mandates to end and for the world economy to start moving again. We can’t just sit idly by and wait for the government to pass out the next round of free money. And that’s exactly what these truckers are standing up for.
Clearly, this is one of the most important issues of our time. Because it comes down to one fundamental question.
Does the government have the right to experiment on it’s citizens without their consent?
We written at nauseum about the similarities between the covid vaccine and the Tuskegee Experiment in 1932, when scientists knowingly spread syphilis through the black community.
I previously wrote:
In 1932, fliers surfaced around Macon County, Alabama. The government promised “special treatment” for blacks suffering from “bad blood.”
Signs actually said “YOU MAY FEEL WELL AND STILL HAVE BAD BLOOD. COME AND BRING ALL YOUR FAMILY.”
Hundreds of men fell for the scam. They signed up for treatments, believing they suffered from stomach ailments or rheumatism. Sadly, these black men all felt they were blessed with free physicals, free treatment, free meals, and even free burial insurance. But guess what they didn’t know?
They were all part of a secret experiment, “Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male.” The U.S. Public Health Service created the experiment to study the progression of the deadly venereal disease — without treatment.
The study recruited 600 black men, of which 399 were diagnosed with syphilis and 201 were a control group without the disease. The researchers never obtained informed consent from the men and never told the men with syphilis that they were not being treated but were simply being watched until they died and their bodies examined for ravages of the disease.
The experiment single-handedly destroyed the faith blacks had in both the government and the medical community. Unfortunately, the effects still linger. Cleary, the experiment was an exercise is weeding out the black population. Not one white or Mexican male was subjected to Syphilis. So, was the real goal to study venereal disease, or to spread a disease through the black community in hopes of shrinking the black population? Inquiring minds want to know.
Now, the WuFlu is another tool of segregation, oppression, and economic ruin, only it stretches far beyond color, race, or creed. And too many people are blind to the big picture here. But I digress. Now is the time to come together and support those willing to speak up and speak out. Such as the truckers across the globe.
It’s not often that a protest is so important that it calls to action people from every corner of the globe. But these vaccinations do just that. Perhaps it’s because of the dangerous side effects. Or maybe it’s due to the hidden data behind the vaccinations. Still, it could be the simple motto of “my body, my choice.” Didn’t leftists come up with that one?
Either way, these vaccinations weren’t developed carefully, over the course of years, with double and triple verifiable results. And as such, it’s important to take pause long before taking the vaccine. And that’s what these truckers are fighting for- the right to think it over, and the decide for yourself.
Fox News adds:
Another group of truckers is planning a protest in the United States, driving to the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
“I think you’re starting to see what will become a big global movement to end these mandates,” Brian Brase, co-organizer of the U.S. protest, told Fox News Digital on Sunday. “It’s a violation of your human rights to be mandated to take this vaccine. If you want it, go get it, but being mandated to get it, we’re standing up against that. We think it’s wrong.”
Brase told Fox News Digital that the U.S. trucker effort was “just shy of 140,000 people when Facebook dropped us.” On Feb. 2, Facebook removed a Facebook page called “Convoy to D.C. 2022.” A spokesperson for Facebook’s parent company, Meta, told Fox News that the platform removed the group “for repeatedly violating our policies around QAnon,” which Facebook previously labeled a “violence-inducing conspiracy network.” Brase had disputed that claim, saying, “That’s just not true.”
Brase said truckers from across the U.S. are calling to join the effort. “We’re having trucker companies from all over the country calling us, drivers,” he said. He teased a major press release with details on Tuesday, Feb. 8. “The sheer volume of response… I’m going to say we’ll be just as big as Canada if not larger.”
“Canada has inspired the entire world to stand up,” Brase told Fox News. “We’re so proud of our Canadian brothers and sisters in the trucking industry.” He also said that truckers across the world have called him to coordinate and express support. “Across the world, I’ve had people reach out: Finland, and Switzerland, and Norway, and Germany, and the UK, Australia.”
“The truck drivers are uniting worldwide,” he said.
Click here to read more about the trucker response in New Zealand, Australia, the Netherlands, Austria and the UK. While these truckers are working hard to stand up for us, it seems social media zealots are working against us.
Social Media Stabs Us in the Back
Facebook is being slammed for removing the US Trucker page.
As Fox News writes:
The group, titled “Convoy to D.C. 2022,” acted as a place for truckers to plan and coordinate their trek from California to Washington, D.C.
Jeremy Johnson, who set up the Facebook group, said his personal account was also removed, prompting him to contact a civil rights attorney to discuss the next steps.
“They like to silence people that speak the truth,” Johnson said of his Facebook ban.
A spokesperson for Facebook’s parent company, Meta, provided this statement to Fox News: “We have removed this group for repeatedly violating our policies around QAnon.” In October 2020, Facebook labeled QAnon a “violence-inducing conspiracy network” and announced group pages and admins tied to QAnon will be removed.
What’s the real reason?
The real reason for Facebook to push back is that when ordinary men and women join forces, their power grows exponentially. Sadly, GoFundMe also joined in, confiscating the funds Covoy to 2022 raised. In fact, Ted Cruz just stepped in to help.
“Today I sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission asking that the FTC open an investigation into GoFundMe into whether they’ve committed deceptive trade practices,” Cruz told Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo on “Sunday Morning Futures.“
“Because when people gave money, they gave money under the promise it would go to the Freedom Convoy, not to whatever left-wing political ideology GoFundMe and other Silicon Valley companies support. They are deceiving consumers and it is wrong,”
Meanwhile, Convoy to 2022 continues to plan its protests, and seek support from people who are ready to see all of this come to an end. You’d be surprised to know just how many gas stations are willing to sell fuel at cost, or how many people are willing to donate supplies to see this fight continue on.
Jay Cameron, litigation director at the Justice Center for Constitutional Freedoms, which represents the Canadian Freedom Convoy in court, explained why he thinks the protests are spreading across the world.
“There is no mystery as to why protests are spreading: Humanity is objecting en masse to the abuse of bureaucratic tyrants who for two years have suspended the checks and balances which are intended to protect the citizenry,” Cameron told Fox News Digital.
“People have lost their jobs and their civil liberties: their freedom of religion, speech and freedoms of movement, and their democratic representatives have been largely or entirely sidelined with respect to these arbitrary and often nonsensical decisions,” Cameron added. “And now the people are making their voices heard in peaceful but firm protest against their abusers. They are saying: ‘enough’.”