Trudeau Says ‘State of Emergency’ Will Remain in Place

Despite the Freedom Convoy protest effectively ending thanks to the brutality of authorities in Ottawa, Justin Trudeau said that the ‘State of Emergency’ will remain in place.

The Canadian Prime Minister made the comments earlier today during a speech after a weekend of brazen violence and police brutality directed against the protesters.

“Even though the blockades are lifted across border openings… the state of emergency is not over,” said Trudeau.

The PM is refusing to relinquish the draconian powers he assigned to himself presumably over fears that demonstrations will pop up once again.

This completely goes against what Trudeau promised last week, when he stated that the powers would “be time-limited, geographically-targeted, as well as reasonable and proportionate to the threats they are meant to address.”

Trudeau went on to justify the extension of powers by citing issues with “misinformation” and “foreign funding,” once again invoking the ludicrous and baseless claim that Russian agents helped to incite and bankroll the protests.

As we previously highlighted, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland announced that measures used to freeze bank accounts of the protesters and their supporters would become permanent.

“We used all the tools that we had prior to the invocation of the Emergencies Act and we determined we needed some additional tools,” Freeland announced

“Some of those tools we will be putting forward measures to put those tools permanently in place,” she added.

Once again, Reagan was correct.

“Nothing lasts longer than a temporary government program.”

Meanwhile, it has emerged that even some family members of demonstrators who didn’t directly donate to the protests have had their bank accounts frozen too.

**By Paul Joseph Watson


One Reply to “Trudeau Says ‘State of Emergency’ Will Remain in Place”

  1. Wanderer

    Canadians, stay home!

    Do not go to work, don’t buy, and don’t transport things!
    This will bring everything to a standstill. It is the free tool every single citizen has in his toolbox.
    It’s time to use it, isn’t it?