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The convoy worked. It worked in bringing popular support behind our positions, and it worked to at least temporarily slow the progress of the globalist agenda.

The city of Ottawa has descended into true chaos. The gay mayor Jim Watson has declared a state of emergency over the Freedom Convoy, and the Federal government has gone into lockdown. The government has been going crazy, trying to find any means of getting the protestors to leave. Because violence by government actors, despite it being threatened is not likely to go beyond arresting people, the government is looking like it is going to withdraw most COVID restrictions in the near future.

This video here from Russia Today shows a video of an elderly man being arrested for honking his horn, which was recently made illegal in the city. Free speech in Canada has never existed.

Saskatchewan and Quebec announced plans to lift COVID-19 restrictions Tuesday, saying it will increasingly be up to citizens to assess the risks they face from the virus.

Prince Edward Island also outlined plans to end most restrictions early in April, with Premier Dennis King cautioning that the loosening is not a declaration of victory. “COVID is still with us, and it will be with us,” he said.

Saskatchewan is going the furthest, as Premier Scott Moe said the province will no longer require COVID-19 vaccine passports as of Monday and will not renew its indoor mask mandate when it expires at the end of March.

Moe told reporters in Regina that the policy requiring people to show proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test to dine at restaurants, go to bars or purchase liquor is divisive and has “run its course.”

He said the policy was warranted in the fall, when the province was facing the Delta variant of the novel coronavirus, but vaccines do not provide sufficient protection against Omicron transmission to justify it now.

“During that Delta wave, I do believe that the benefits of this policy most certainly did outweigh the costs,” Moe said. “But today, as we deal with a very different strain, the Omicron variant, the benefits of this policy no longer outweigh the costs.”

Moe said it will be up to people in the province to do their own “personal risk assessment” when deciding whether to attend events, or wear masks once the provincial mandate ends.

https://nationalpost.com/news/provinces-relaxing-covid-19-restrictions-say-risk-assessment-lies-with-citizens

Canada’s provincial leaders have increasingly come closer to dropping all restrictions, which proves one thing. The convoy worked. It worked in bringing popular support behind our positions, and it worked to at least temporarily slow the progress of the globalist agenda.

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