While Canada targets peaceful truckers, violent left-wing extremists wreak havoc and attack cops


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BRITISH COLUMBIA, CN- While Canada’s resident soy-boy Prime Minister Justin Trudeau focuses on doing his 2022 version of Adolf Hitler, targeting real peaceful protesters, he ignores violent protests in British Columbia which have seen police attacked in some cases by axe-wielding anarchists.

Breitbart reports that Thursday, anti-pipeline extremists injured at least one police officer in the province of British Columbia, an attack which initially drew nothing but crickets from the feckless Trudeau.

Meanwhile Trudeau, who clearly never took a world history class, has referred to the Freedom Convoy protesters in Ottawa as “tinfoil hat” wearers and “Nazis.”

The attack in the western providence of Canada took place when a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) was injured after an estimated 20 masked anti-pipeline extremists, including some armed with weapons, attacked a pipeline worksite in the town of Houston, located in the northern portion of the province.

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A press release from the Houston office of the RCMP said the incident occurred at the Marten Forest Service Road just after midnight Thursday, where security working for the Coastal Gas Link (CGL) company reporting “acts of violence,” Breitbart said.

“It was reported approximately 20 people, some armed with axes, were attacking security guards and smashing their vehicle windows. It was initially reported that some CGL employees were trapped, but all had managed to safely leave the area,” the RCMP said.

“Upon police attendance at the 41 km mark, the roadway had been blocked with downed trees, tar covered stumps, wire, boards with spikes in them, and fires had been lit throughout the debris. As police worked their way through the debris and traps, several people threw smoke bombs and fire lit sticks at the police, injuring one officer,” the RCMP added.

Hey, but at least those “terrorist, white supremacist” truck drivers are under control.

Police continued reporting that the left-wing extremists had blocked a road with a school bus, and when police arrived at the pipeline building site, the terrorists had caused “significant damage” to some of the heavy machinery and portable buildings at the site.

RCMP Chief Superintendent Warren Brown, North District Commander, issued a statement, saying:

“This is a very troubling escalation in violent criminal activity that could have resulted in serious injury or death. This was a calculated and organized violent attack that left its victims shaken and a multimillion-dollar path of destruction.”

“While we respect everyone’s right to peacefully protest in Canada [except apparently in Ottawa], we cannot tolerate this type of extreme violence and intimidation. Our investigators will work tirelessly to identify the culprits and hold them accountable for their actions,” he added.

Contrast that with what is going on in Ottawa with the Freedom Convoy, where there has been no violence and the only ones who have been injured or shaken are the protesters themselves. There has been little if any property damage caused by participants in the convoy.

The attack in British Columbia comes only days after Canada’s resident soy boy invoked the Emergencies Act to deal with the Freedom Convoy protests.

As part of the Emergencies Act, assemblies are prohibited in areas of critical infrastructure, which include “infrastructure for the supply of utilities such as water, gas, sanitation and telecommunications.”

Gee, think a pipeline fits that description? We’ll wait for Trudeau to condemn the violent left wing extremists that carried that attack…we won’t hold our breath.

Meanwhile, Trudeau is punishing those who oppose his non-scientific-based coronavirus dictates by implementing measures such as freezing bank accounts of anyone connected to the Convoy’s organizers or others participating in the protests.

The acting Ottawa police chief has also promised to target anyone participating in the protests in a January 6-type dragnet to harass and punish anyone who supported the freedom truckers.

It is thus far unknown if similar punishment will be levied on the pipeline protest thugs since Trudeau continues to hide out and has yet to comment on the attack.

“Will the Trudeau Liberals declare this terrorism and use the Emergencies Act to seize bank accounts and homes or turn a blind eye to this again? Shocking!” said Canadian journalist Brian Lilley in commenting on the Houston pipeline attack.

Update: Late Friday, Trudeau issued a statement via Twitter regarding the incident in Houston:

“This violence is unacceptable, and this intimidation is inexcusable. I strongly condemn this behaviour—in Canada, this is not how we express our differences or advance our causes. My thoughts are with the officer who was injured, and with the workers who were threatened.”

Trudeau did not promise to punish those responsible for the pipeline attack with the same vigor he used to punish blue collar men and women who drive trucks for a living.


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According to reports, Canada police have seized fuel donations at the “Freedom Convoy 2022” protest as well as food donations.

All this, as a judge issues a 10-day injunction against honking following a government worker’s lawsuit seeking nearly $10 million from protest leaders and participants.

The Canadian judge granted the 10-day injunction, which prevents people from sounding horns in downtown Ottawa amid the ongoing protest.

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On Monday, February 7th, police stated that they had seized thousands of liters of fuel and removed an oil tanker as part of a “crackdown” to end an 11-day protest against COVID-19 mandates.

The protest, which has been dubbed “Freedom Convoy 2022,” consists of truckers and other motorists. It started as a movement opposing a Canadian vaccine mandate for cross-border drivers and has morphed into a rallying point against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s public health measures.

On Monday, February 7th, Ottawa Police Chief Peter Sloly said that decreased activity has also decreased the blockades in the area.

Reportedly, over the weekend of February 5th-6th, police counted 1,000 trucks and 5,000 protesters. Sloly said this is down from 3,000 trucks and 10,000 to 15,000 protesters during the last weekend of January.

An Ottawa government worker is a lead plaintiff in a $9.8 million lawsuit seeking class-action against Freedom Convoy leaders and participants.

The class-action lawsuit was brought on behalf of downtown Ottawa residents, some of whom have claimed that they feel unsafe in their own neighborhood.

In a statement on Sunday, February 6th, Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, said that the demonstration posed a “serious danger and threat to the safety and security of residents.”

On Friday, February 4th, Ottawa police launched a strategy called “surge and contain.”

Since then, they have arrested 20 people, some for mischief, issued more than 500 tickets, including allegations of criminal code and conduct violations, and towed or seized an undisclosed number of vehicles.

Police said that more than 100 Highway Traffic Act and other Provincial Offence Notices have also been issued, including for excessive honking, driving the wrong way, having alcohol readily available, and having the improper class of driving license.

In an attempt to thwart truckers who block city intersections, authorities are also seizing fuel.


Police warned that anyone who attempts to bring canisters to drivers downtown could be subject to arrest and charges. Sloly said in a statement:

“We are going to be interdicting anything that is supporting and enabling the ongoing demonstrations and occupations and unlawful behavior in the city including fuel supplies and any other supports.”

Organizers of the “Freedom Convoy” stated that they will not leave Ottawa until vaccine mandates in Canada have ended.

Deputy Police Chief Steve Bell told city councilors that police have received “active threats to public figures throughout this occupation,” which they continue to investigate. Ottawa police have received help from hundreds of officers in other police agencies, but they said that it is not enough.

A public interest law firm representing “key leaders and organizers” in court and collecting affidavits from supporters is accusing the government of violating the Charter rights of demonstrators by arresting and ticketing them for peaceful demonstrations.

Ottawa residents reportedly shared accounts on social media of being afraid to leave their homes and continue to face sleepless nights as truckers and protesters blare their horns throughout the night. Sloly said:

“They and their children have not been able to sleep. They and their children have not been able to go to school.”


WINNIPEG, CANADA – Several people were run down by a vehicle while participating in the Freedom Convoy 2022 in Winnipeg on Saturday, and the driver allegedly responsible for the attack has been identified as a radical far-left Antifa activist.

Four people taking part in the COVID vaccination protest were transported to the hospital after a white Jeep slammed into them.

The man alleged to be the driver of the vehicle, 42-year-old David Zegarac, was taken into custody an hour later after a brief struggle with police.

Winnipeg police reported:

“With the assistance of the RCMP, WPS officers were able to stop the vehicle in the 4800 block of Portage Ave. at approximately 10:30 p.m. The lone male driver was arrested after a brief struggle.

“The Jeep struck four adult males. Three sustained minor injuries that did not require medical attention. The fourth was treated in (the) hospital and released.”

Zegarac has been charged with four counts of assault with a weapon, two counts of dangerous operation of a conveyance cause bodily harm, two counts of failure to stop after accident knowingly reckless, two counts of fail to stop at the scene of an accident, and dangerous operation of a conveyance, according to Winnipeg police.

A press release by police stated:

“On February 4, 2022, at 9:50 p.m., Winnipeg Police were advised of a motor vehicle collision near Broadway and Memorial Boulevard. The initial information was that a westbound Jeep Patriot had driven through a group of protesters that were part of the Freedom Convoy at the Legislative grounds.

“The Jeep fled west down Portage Avenue, where numerous witnesses reported it travelling at high speeds and passing through red lights.”

While Canada targets peaceful truckers, violent left-wing extremists wreak havoc and attack cops

Zegarac, who remains in custody, is reportedly the frontman for Canadian punk bands The Brat Attack, Dead Peasants Revolt, The Black Mass Brigade, and Class War Kids, according to Rebel News.

The new outlet reported:

“His online bio states that his song lyrics deal primarily with anarchist politics and that he is an outspoken vegan and a long-time anti-racist activist. A feature on Zegarac in the now defunct alternative online publication The Scope published in April 2008 noted Zegarac’s radical left-wing activism.”

The Scope reported on April 24, 2008, that Zegarac felt out of place, leaving his hometown of Winnipeg for the more sedate St. John’s. Winnipeg was known for protests every year back then, but St. John’s was quieter.

Zegarac reportedly moved to St. Johns to live with his girlfriend Megan Doyle, a bassist for the Brat Attack, while she attended university. Together, they formed the Applecart Collective, an activist and anarchist group.

Zegarac said at the time:

“I was surprised by the lack of activists when I got here. I get the gist that maybe Newfoundland is more community-oriented than Winnipeg. I mean, in Winnipeg there’s a greater division between the haves and the have-nots…

“Primarily, people who are progressive, who want to see change, they’re sick and tired of being like, ‘buy, buy, buy consumerism’ [and] sucking at the corporate teat. They’re people who are disillusioned about what they can do in Newfoundland to make a difference.”

Police said that, while they do not know the motive at this time, Zegarac’s comments after his arrest indicated the attack had no relation to the COVID vaccine mandates:

“Some comments were made by the accused that tends to suggest this was not specifically about the (vaccine) mandates.

“He wasn’t for or against any of the general views that are floating around this country.”

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