Crisis Update - Canada's Truckers Dispersed, Ukraine's Regions Evacuated
The putsch at home is more threatening than the choreography of war abroad
Canada’s clampdown and Ukraine’s war brought to you by the same people.
Ottawa’s attack on personal funds and autonomy brings globalist agenda into focus. Donetsk evacuates civilians from internal Ukrainian zones of tension.
UK PM Johnson gives a shout out to Russia as the war party, like it’s 1939.
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Feb 20, 2022
Here's the good news: War in Ukraine is hot air from the mouths of Western politicians, even as the autonomous region of Donetsk evacuates its civilians.
The bad news: The other war is real and it may be won without firing a shot. The target is Britain, U.S., Canada, New Zealand, Australia. They are under assault and The Investors are molding the world in their image.
The two wars are a single project, being orchestrated by the same people for the same purpose: which is to seize property or deny it to others.
When truckers are trampled or starved as funds are frozen; when you go hungry rather than tolerate injection with something unknown; when towns are vacated and children hurried away into the frozen night…
When government threatens to cancel your truck insurance; when you face losing your job over shots or mask; when you are told you will have war whether you want it or not — in each case you are violated, your body, mind and property.
The convoys are against vaccine mandates and in favour of privacy, property, integrity and autonomy. Yet this is exactly what the government chose to attack, because property is the main constitutional obstacle to its agenda: “You will own nothing and you will be happy” — World Economic Forum, 2016.
The convoys are led by society’s most self-reliant, independent individuals. Their self-assurance, capable and bold, is precisely what the government resents.
Free will is the demand of those Ukrainian regions now in contention. The Russian-speaking regions of Donetsk and Lugansk are not asking to leave Ukraine. They want self-autonomy and protection for their own customs.
Two struggles, different peoples, standing firm for similar principles.
Canada is under regime change. But unlike Ukraine in 2014 it is not a color revolution. The revolutionaries are in government. It is a putsch.
The putschists have frozen the bank accounts of their political opponents. Their collaborators in the press reached a new low by doxing (publicly identifying) people who sent truckers money for food and fuel.
Canada’s constitution is effectively suspended. It is a dry run for the rest of the Anglosphere — you may be next.
The evidence is clear: despite repeated infringements of civil rights, the courts have failed to act. It’s the same story in every country. This latest move in Canada to freeze bank accounts is a ratchet of the gears towards tyranny. The inviolability of property, including one's own body, is one of, if not the, foundational right without which the others are unenforceable.
Canada’s deputy prime minister Chrystia Freeland on Thursday said she would be closing more protesters’ bank accounts:
“If your truck is being used in there protests your corporate accounts will be frozen. The insurance on your vehicle will be suspended. The consequences are real and they will bite. It is time for you to go home.
And let me also be clear that we will have zero tolerance for the establishment of new blockages or occupations.
We now have the tools to follow the money. We can see what is happening and what is being planned in real time and we are absolutely determined that this must end now and for good.”
Welcome to The Great Reset, a project of Prince Charles being implemented through the World Economic Forum. Freeland is one of its league of Young Global Leaders. The Reset includes a centrally-controlled digital currency under which what you spend, and where, can be restricted. The merging of your physical and digital identity will mean total surveillance, and effectively the end of liberty.
Yet hearts remain strong.
When an eager face asks mommy, are the truckers coming; when truckers know that the vast majority supports them*; and when those children in Donetsk and Lugansk find the doors of other homes flung open to give them shelter…
Courage only grows stronger.
(*Rasmussen Reports found that 59 percent of US voters support the Freedom Convoy, including 42 percent who "strongly support" it.)
UK prime minister Boris Johnson warned that Russia was planning “the biggest war since 1945” — some would call his utterance at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday criminal hyperbole.
Yet Russia and Ukraine continue to say they don’t want conflict and don’t expect it. Ukraine Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov told parliament on Friday that there is a low probability of any major escalation with Russia. He added that Ukraine intelligence sees every move made in the area.
Developments in Ukraine move fast. Russia set out its demands as recently as Dec 2021: a ban on Ukraine entering NATO and a halt to its deployment to the east, in effect reverting to the status quo before NATO’s eastward expansion began in 1997.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is to meet his Russian opposite number Sergei Lavrov this coming week. German chancellor Olaf Scholz met Russian president Vladimir Putin for the first time on Tuesday but his visit to Moscow produced no more than that of the British foreign secretary, Liz Truss — though thankfully with less foolhardy embarrassment.
Western politicians (though not, noticeably, the military) continue to insist Russia is about to attack ethnic Russians in Donetsk and Lugansk autonomous republics in order to justify a land grab. After minor explosions in Donestk, some civilians were evacuated.
President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has repeatedly said he sees no sign of impending attack. Nonetheless, the U.S. and UK this week said they would move their embassies to Lviv, near Ukraine’s western border with Poland. Will Ukraine’s government follow, and why? The imagination runs wild. A massive Russian invasion is as likely as a revival of Khazaria as a second Israel. In other words: not.
Russian officials have warned that Ukrainian forces are escalating an internal, civil war. That’s the situation into which U.S. and Western arms manufacturers have poured weapons on the pretext of deterrence.
Journalists Medea Benjamin and Nicolas Davies with CODEPINK point out that Russia, which is given to methodical long-term planning, could have annexed the DPR and LPR at the same time as Crimea back in 2014, for the same cost in terms of international outrage. 
The U.S. clearly opposes Germany increasing its reliance on Russian gas by opening the Nord Stream 2 pipeline from Russia via the Baltics. Despite raving about energy security for a decade NATO achieved nothing. Perhaps on purpose. What’s the more distant objective?
France and Germany are tentatively exploring an independent European foreign policy, hardening the European Union by circling the wagons around a wealthy northern laager. This would include the Netherlands and Italy, whose northern provinces is a manufacturing powerhouse, like the aforementioned countries. If you look at a map, you will see that Switzerland, though not a member of the EU, sits in the bullseye.
See Moneycircus, Feb 5, 2022 — Crisis Update - People vs. The Elite: Globalists will turn up the heat; but awareness grows as events impact daily lives
Without long-term contracts locking in Russian gas at a set price or formula (as China has negotiated) the European Union remains handicapped, and its single currency the euro weaker than it would otherwise be. It is the same century-old City of London strategy of isolating Germany by limiting its access to markets and energy sources to the east.
As pointed out this week, Britain’s exit from the Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM), precursor to the single currency, the euro, in 1992, followed the re-unification of Germany. Was George Soros, “the man who broke the Bank of England,” acting on behalf of the City in what would later become Brexit?
The UK’s departure from the EU weighted the balance of Britain’s resources and military commitment away from the continent and towards the U.S..
See Moneycircus, Feb 18 — Crisis Update - Truckers' Leaders Arrested: Canadian rights suspended as The Great Reset is accelerated
New human rights
Like a South American Caudillo, Trudeau invoked the Emergency Act — which contains four categories: espionage or sabotage; foreign-influenced activities; political, religious, or ideological violence; or subversion of the government — to combat what was at root a parking offence.
The assault on rights of property, body and protest is not a temporary measure to restore order, or simply clear the roads. It is totally disproportionate to that task. It is clearly pretext for a bigger project, being introduced now in Canada as a kite in the hands of the globaliststs, to see if it will fly.
It is the sign in the sky, a marker for the communitarian ideology, under which individual rights are demoted. By the declaration of an emergency for Climate Change, legal primacy is transferred to the Earth. Through the emergency of the Pandemic, primacy is passed to the community.
If you have any doubt, search for the five freedoms or libeties on Google: they are gradually being supplanted by more vague rights like freedom from hunger or fear, as proposed by the United Nations.
This shift is being accelerated by the use of orchestrated “emergencies” which provide the narrative and pretext.
A well-funded security state goes hand in hand with a bubble economy and a near-bankrupt welfare system. Zombie corporations and “bullshit jobs,” to quote the late David Graeber, suggest much wealth is an illusion. And yet no expense is spared to militarize the police and extend surveillance. How close is the Reset? Read on (Commentary for paying subscribers).