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Canada Truck Protest

French_farmers_protestsThe World needs to thank the Canadian Truckers. They have inspired so many around the world. The Farmers have staged massive protests in the Netherlands, then Germany, and now in France. Sources from even Southern France say it is impossible to get to work so many road are blocked.

At last, a US trucker convoy is preparing to head to several locations along the U.S.-Mexico border next week to draw more attention to President Joe Biden’s lax immigration enforcement policies Republicans have blamed for millions of illegal crossings.

“There will be a ‘Take Our Border Back’ multi-day trucker convoy from January 29th through February 3rd,” Rep. Keith Self (R-Texas) wrote in an X post. “Routes will end at Eagle Pass TX, Yuma AZ, and San Ysidro CA.”

The U.S. convoy has been inspired by the protest movements in Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic. Truckers gathered around government buildings in Ottawa and border checkpoints to oppose the nation’s strict vaccine mandates. Trudeau passed an Emergency Act to oppress the people in a ruthless manner probably as he was taught by the World Economic Forum.

In response to the protests, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked the nation’s “Emergencies Act” to effectively declare a form of martial law, leading to the clearing out of protesters by riot police and the arrest of leaders who also had their bank accounts seized.

In case you didn’t catch this – The Canadian Federal Court found that Trudeau’s decision to declare the Emergencies Act was ultra vires “unreasonable” and “unjustified” – and that the measures violated the Charter.
“1. The Respondent’s motion for an order striking the application for judicial review is
denied and the Court exercises its discretion to determine the matter notwithstanding
that it is moot in view of the revocation of the Proclamation and termination of the
associated Regulations and Order;
2. The Applicant is granted public interest standing to bring this application for judicial
3. It is declared that the decision to issue the Proclamation and the associated
Regulations and Order was unreasonable and ultra vires the Emergencies Act;
4. It is declared that the Regulations infringed section 2 (b) of the Charter and declared
that the Order infringed section & of the Charter and that neither infringement was justified under Section 1
5. no costs were awarded”