” … What powers will Emergencies Act give Trudeau?”

I thought Canada had a queen.

“Under the Act, the government has a number of far-reaching powers at its disposal.

The government could bar travel to or from specific areas – from Parliament Hill or major border crossings, for example. It could order the evacuation of people and personal property from certain areas, possibly using this power to clear out congested areas of protesters. And it could direct individuals and companies to render essential services, perhaps ordering tow-truck companies to lend their services and clear the roads of demonstrators and their vehicles.

But while Mr Trudeau’s government may soon be granted an almost carte blanche to respond to the protests, there is no indication the prime minister will also seek military intervention.

While Mr Trudeau has said that “everything is on the table”, he has maintained that military involvement would be a last resort.

“We are a long way from having to call in the military,” he said on Friday.”

Comment: A pretty boy tyrant. pl


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35 Responses to ” … What powers will Emergencies Act give Trudeau?”

  1. Sam says:

    Trudeau deputy PM: “Financial service provider will be able to immediately freeze or suspend an account without a court order [if the person supports the truckers]. In doing so, they will be protected against civil liability for actions taken in good faith.”


    Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister:

    “If your truck is being used in these illegal blockades, your corporate accounts will be frozen, the insurance on your vehicle will be suspended.”


    Trudeau doesn’t need the military, just yet anyway. He’s gonna use financial institutions to punish anyone with “wrongthink”. And they’ve been provided immunity.

    This is straight from the Party of Davos playbook. Use the covidian emergency to institute digital identification and passport. Next move to digital currency so that anyone dissenting will be zeroed out.

    This is an example of the implementation of fascism in the West. Ms. Jacinda has her version. Others will implement all these strategies. Now only approved protests like the BLM woke variety will be permitted. Anyone that protests groupthink orthodoxy will be targeted both financially and with prison. Can anyone state the difference between “democratic” Canada and the CCP?

  2. Never give an order that might be disobeyed.

  3. jim ticehurst says:

    Trudeau,,,Seems To Be Setting Up Control Over His Government So He has ower Similar to The Joe Biden Cartel It reminds of V. Putin when He was Permanent Feel
    of Control Over Russia..As Pat Wrote .It ALL The the Look and And Feel of Imperialism,,And Monarchy Style Rule ….Great Photo Of P, Trudeau..

  4. Fred says:

    He’s play acted just about every thing, so why not Nicolae Ceausescu?

    But really, thank goodness somebody is at least thinking about the billionaire owners of the Ambassador Bridge and the makers of all those planet killing gas guzzling cars and trucks on this side of the border. I hope that my Canadian friends remember that bringing a double-double and a dutchie to a trucker is giving material support to terrorists, the CEO of Tim Horton’s, ok Burger King, is of course exempt. Just like the executives at Canadian Tire. How dare they sell tyres to truckers! Go get’m Justin. Break their will, preserve ypur power. And don’t let those Canadians down here in Florida go back home, they might just be super spreaders of the mask free variant!

  5. exiled off mainstreet says:

    Apparently the pretty boy Ceaucescu’s regime is given the ability to freeze the bank accounts of anybody deemed contributing to anti-regime demonstrations without any court oversight. They also hold the banks harmless from damages as a result of these extra-legal actins.

  6. Fourth and Long says:

    His visage renders me speechless with incapacity. If you can watch the first minute of this Tucker Carlson clip without needing whiskey or a handy dartboard of his picture, congratulations:

    All I can offer are simple, harmless, useless insults:

    Turd Eau.
    Just InTrude, Oh.

    I despise him.

  7. Roland says:

    Most important is the power to summarily freeze assets and confiscate funds of those the government suspects of involvement, i.e. support for non-violent protest now counts as “terrorist financing.”

    The formerly social-democratic party in Canada (NDP) has announced that they will support invocation of the Act. This support is essential since Trudeau only has a minority in Parliament.

    I can scarcely express my disgust.

  8. Poul says:

    One use is eliminating access to your bank accounts. A nasty and effective idea in a modern economy with credit cards etc.


    • Fred says:

      That’s why there has been such a push for a “cashless” society.

    • Poul says:

      Canadians get creative.

      Pet owners beware.
      If you support the wrong crown your pets may be taken from you.

      City of Ottowa

      “Attention animal owners at demonstration

      If you are unable to care for your animal as a result of enforcement actions, your animal will placed into protective care for 8 days, at your cost. After 8 days, if arrangements are not made, your animal will be considered relinquished.”

  9. blue peacock says:

    Isn’t it interesting that the Anglo commonwealth countries have been so quick to descend into authoritarianism? The woke liberals there have shown their true colors and are now competing with the CCP. Who can trample on their citizens and strip them of their dignity and send them to the equivalent of the gulag for wrongthink?

    Australia, Canada, New Zealand. What happened to these places?

    • Barbara Ann says:

      blue peacock

      A great many of their citizens have come to think that ‘liberty’ is something their governments guarantee and ‘freedoms’ favors they graciously grant to the well behaved.

    • Rick Merlotti says:

      The British Empire did not die, it just smells funny.

  10. Barbara Ann says:

    Some long overdue arboriculture is going to be required to fix this and not just in Canada.

  11. James says:

    I am Canadian and I have been a Justin supporter for years but he has lost my support because I am tired of the lockdowns and I am tired of the governments (provincial and federal) lurching from crisis to crisis without a plan.

    • TV says:

      If you voted for this callow teeny-bopper, you got what you deserved.
      Life’s tough, it’s tougher when you’re stupid.

  12. Marlene says:

    This incapable sluggard who holds that position out of inheritance, knows perfectly well he is not adressing neither criminals nor terrorists, but people from the working and middle class who work hard, pay taxes and have bank accounts because they even can save something.

    As Sam above states, this was the plan all the way, to add presure to the population to the extent that they protest so that they can criminalize them with new legislation ad hoc, seize anything of value from them under the now so easily declared “state of emergency” and “martial law”. This, and no other thing they meant with “you will own nothing and will be happy” and this is why each and every of the Yoiung Global Leaders appear always to be trying to not let scape the laugh in front of the press and the people when they announce a new turn of the grip…Watch videos of Jacinda Arden, Dan Andrews, Macron, Sánchez, and even Trudeau these days to test…

    Where are the judges here? Who is making Constitutions effective when the heads of government go rogue and decide to piss on the higuest law ?

    Dictator Trudeau can do this because all of the control mechanisms the alleged democracies awarded themselves with have failed, every layer of government and state powers have made a dejation of their duties which at the due time will have to be adressed and judged, since everybody is culprit at every level of society, by action or omission, as the Nuremberg trials left clear. No “following orders” will wash, as it did not, when there are others who lost everything, careers and position, now proprieties and funds, to claim the fulfilling of the main law of the country.

    This is a coup by the financial class amongst whom they are the Big Pharma and Big Tech, hence the banks, casually in big trouble just before the pandemic, collaborate to plunder the taxpayers.

    The “new social contract” consists on, either you allow being vaccinated with endless doses so that you get increasingly crippled, something which will not free you from working when the whole welfare state is erased and there is no public health service left, and brace your path to an early grave so that you can not reach to get your first monthly pension, or you will be left with nothing and will be jailed.

    National security laws promulgated in the last days of the year at every country, except, may be, Sweden and Belarus, contain precisely these powers dictator Trudeau is exerting right now, because they knew that the red line of the people was approaching as the prices go up, the wages go down, and the requirements to be able to live your previous life go growing until increasing number of people say enough is enough.

    All the pandemic unscientifc measures and ridiculous masking, at this moment being recognized in prime time in the very face of TV addicts that they were political measures, never substantiated by any scientific study or any public health necessity, were and are directed at provoking the people to the extent they go into rebellion and so the ruined states have an alibi to seize the proprieties and funds of the taxpayers, which is what was planned in the first place at Davos. That they had planed whole enslavization of the population and along it a mandatory slow mass sucide through vaccines, is obvious for whomever wants to see…watch…and read…

    What nobody is explaining is what happens when a lot of people gets with nothing or a lot of people is jailed…Will they jail the whole population or its main part? Will they be fed with grasshoopers and kokroaches, as has been added recently to the European food menu?

    Will the military accede to this “strategy of life” for them too?

    We have seen that the police, having been spared from the slow suicide of the vaccines, and having their wages go up a 20% in some places, are willingly collaborating with the governments in crushing the taxpayers and detaining them…

    As a proof that all the political, media and “artistic” class are laughing at the people the recent event of Goya Prizes, Spanish oscars, where nobody wore a mask nor kept any kinf of social distancing…They simply do not mind what you could think, they laugh at pleasure, then, if you protest, you will be left without way of living, without your bank account, without anything…


    Meanwhile, your children freeze in schools with doors and windows open in the harsh of the winter and achieve a delay in development and IQ of a 20% because of “pandemic measures for working people”, inflation shoots up to 6.1% in January after contagion to more products in the shopping basket. Electricity rises 46%, diesel 25% and gasoline 23% compared to last year ….Like happens with the vaccines, you can be robbed slowly, or in one hand, like the truckers…

  13. Marlene says:

    BTW, veterans in Canada showed up in support of the truckers, some came with their puppies…




    Some Hutterite ladies made their way to Ottawa to support the truckers too. The people was commenting under the twits showing them that if these peaceful people came out of their closed communities to protest alonmg their nationals it is because we are already way into big trouble..


    There is no way such a clown can impose himself and his ego over a whole country..


  14. Sam says:

    It’s not “fascist” for an elected government to invoke duly enacted emergency laws, reviewable by courts, to deal with disturbances. What is a lot more fascist-y, on the other hand, are extremist groups who blockade commerce in hopes of coercing the state to yield to demands


    Our house neocon opines. BLM rioters are protesters and should be permitted to loot and commit violence. Truckers are extremists, so their bank accounts should be frozen.

  15. Sam says:

    On his admiration for China: “There is a flexibility that, I know [the prime minister] must dream about, of having a dictatorship that he can do everything he wanted. That I find quite interesting.” – @JustinTrudeau


    They all want to emulate CCP. That’s the lodestar.

  16. TV says:

    Canadians elected this teeny bopper TWICE.
    People get the government they deserve.
    Besides, they don’t have the constitutional freedoms that we have, so they’re already partially living the “serf mode.”

  17. Mal says:

    Sir, if I may, a plug for Anita Krishna, recently fired News Director of Global News Canada. Such refreshing honesty. She, like many Canadians from all walks, has had enough lies. Imagine, Drs unable to discuss increasing baby deaths because of government diktat….


  18. Roger Spenser says:

    The authorities in Canada are loosing the argument so they resort to the fist.
    This is not the Canada that I used to admire.

  19. Sam says:

    Watching Ardern, Trudeau, and other aggressors pretending to be the victims now in all of this is hilarious.

    Classic projection and abuser tactics.

    They keep hitting you while saying, “Why are you making me do this?!?”


    “𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝘼𝙣𝙩𝙞 𝙈𝙖𝙣𝙙𝙖𝙩𝙚 𝙋𝙧𝙤𝙩𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙨 𝙖𝙧𝙚 𝙖𝙜𝙜𝙧𝙚𝙨𝙨𝙞𝙫𝙚 𝙖𝙣𝙙 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙋𝙚𝙤𝙥𝙡𝙚 𝙖𝙧𝙚 𝙪𝙨𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙞𝙣𝙩𝙞𝙢𝙞𝙙𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙗𝙚𝙝𝙖𝙫𝙞𝙤𝙪𝙧 “

    Rather interesting that the covidian tyrants are really weak-minded. A slight pushback and they’re claiming “victim”. Is this a character trait of the woke authoritarians?

  20. JerseyJeffersonian says:

    Here are links to two views dissenting from and/or commenting upon the actions undertaken by the Trudeau Regime (I won’t dignify them by referring to them as a legitimate government…).

    First, a post from Summit News:


    Yeppers, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is calling freedom a “far right” ploy. Well, you don’t say. Additionally, it is contended by “experts” that it is reflective of the toxic racism of white supremacists. Wow, how’s that work, pray tell?

    Next, a post that supplies some deeper
    details about exactly what is being implemented by the fiat of the petulant boy and his minions, and what they say about it in “justification. The Canadian Civil Liberties Association has a few disputatious words about these measures. (An aside; it is refreshing to see a group of reputed civil libertarians actually, well, defending civil liberties, this by way of noting its severe contrast with the actions of our “ACLU” here in the US.) The writer of this post, Sundance, of The Conservative Tree House, also supplies some biting critique and commentary on the underlying indicators of a tyrannical mindset being increasingly on display (i.e., You will own nothing, and you will be happy [or else]):


    Trenchant stuff in both of these posts. Fred, Col. Lang, other Members of the Committee, consider that the “convenience” of debit cards is totally vitiated if, as Sam has noted – and me, too, on several occasions recently – our currency is digitized, in conjunction with us all being assigned a “citizen identity”, and this digitized currency is directly held by, and monitored by, the State, with all access to “your money” totally at the pleasure of the State, with your beliefs and actions constituting an unappealable “social score” as in Communist China. They’re moving ever closer to this system here in “The Land of the Free”; Canada, New Zealand, and Australia serving as signposts along the way to despotism, and you had best believe that we here in the US are being teed up for the same treatment. Read this post, and the link within it, and see for yourselves:


    It’s a full court press here in the Anglosphere, at least. Our Ancient Liberties are at great risk from these Godless, evil people.

    • Barbara Ann says:


      Those who would give up essential liberty, to purchase a little temporary convenience, deserve neither liberty nor convenience.

      Did you see the WEF has come out as a supporter of CRT – quelle surprise.


      They are Godless and they are evil and their defeat will be a rebirth for eternal liberties – until the next time.

  21. Rhonda says:

    Every single WEF Young Global Leader should be arrested and incarcerated. They are a very serious danger to us all.

  22. longarch says:

    Trudeau is doing grave harm to Canada’s reputation in the world. It seems that “Aubrey Cottle” or “Kirtaner” is a minor thug getting fifteen minutes of fame by licking Trudeau’s boots. In particular, anonymous writers have cited John George, who denounced Kirtaner/Aubrey Cottle as a petty thug temporarily working with Canadian spies.


    With the Freedom Convoy under pressure, CSIS uses antifa to dox and honeypot Freedom Convoy, without justification. CSIS or The Canadian Security Intelligence Service has contracted this duty out to Aubrey Cottle, AKA “Kirtaner”, a known federal asset. Kirtaner has a self admitted history of working with various police or intelligence services, from the RCMP, to the FBI, to French “authorities”, to Interpol (not the band). Kirtaner began targeting the Freedom Convoy immediately after The Freedom Convoy assets got seized and banks froze accounts, indicating active coordination.



  23. longarch says:


    Reportedly Americans are gathering to scream vitriolically at the Canadian Embassy in New York City. I am not sure whether the witnesses can tell the difference between a New Yorker screaming vitriolically and a New Yorker in a calm mood, but in any event it bodes ill for Canada’s international reputation.

  24. Jim S says:

    Pundits are now saying, essentially–and without a trace of irony–,that democracy must be defended from the people. Is democracy an end, or a means? Is democracy the highest achievement of a people, or a means by which a people achieves great things?

    If democracy cannot be defended with guns (and I aver that it cannot), how may it be defended? Can it be sustained if the people prefer subservience to the risks and uncertainty of self-determination? (For that is the essence of freedom.) Franklin was less than sanguine (“A Republic, Madam, if you can keep it.”).

    If the people prefer subservience, the usefulness of democracy is ended by definition; the forms may be kept out of habit, but the purpose is hollowed out.

    Thankfully, the pulse of liberty still courses through the veins of this nation–and of Canada too, it seems–as uneven and fitful as it may be. How may liberty be fostered? If democracy does not make people free, what does?

    Self-reliance does, for one. Self-reliance and self-determination go hand in hand; indeed, self-reliance is opposed to subservience. It’s tempting in the face of modernity to dismiss self-reliance for a pretty concept–urbanization, advanced technology, interdependence, and high specialization–but it may be that it’s more vital, not less. With each passing year, how many new debacles do we witness brought on because leaders, managers, and workers are unwilling or unable to make a decision, having been conditioned to obedience and punished for initiative?

    Many (probably most) of the participants in these comments were taught the importance of learning to stand on your own two feet. Are today’s children being taught the same? If not, why not? They must be taught, not for the sake of society, but because it’s the best position from which to pursue their own happiness and destiny.

    More to follow, maybe.

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