Trudeau must show evidence proving valid his emergency measures against Freedom Convoy

Trudeau must prove justifiable civil rights violations.

“There is no free ride on civil rights violations,” says global civil society women’s rights group. Even if they are justified in emergency laws, the extraneous activities under the Emergencies Act must produce evidence and criminal charges.  These are severe human rights violations, allegedly with justifiable cause. That must be cleared with the electorate during due process and transparency of those processes.
Trudeau must now produce evidence to show the extraneous emergency measures taken against Freedom Convoy activists were justified in accordance with the statute.

Kudos from Civil Society to Trudeau for invoking legislation to end extremist uprising in Canada

The attack on Ottawa by the so-called “Freedom Convoy” weaponized massive transport trucks to shutdown the capital city of Canada. The organizers sought to overthrow the Canadian government which at the time was a coalition of the New democratic Party led by Jagmeet Singh and the Liberal Party of Canada, led by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

“It is clear that this is not a protest, this is an act to try to overthrow the government, and it is getting funded by foreign interference and we need to investigate and stop that – stop the flow of that foreign interference, particularly coming from the  States [USA],” said the Honourable Jagmeet Singh.

“The fault we find with Trudeau’s invocation of the Emergencies Act was the delay in doing so and the damage that was caused by the delay, but I agree government in a democracy must give the citizens the benefit of the doubt,” explains Katie Alsop, Executive Director of The RINJ Foundation.

“The actions taken by police services in Ottawa were welcomed unequivocally by RINJ Women chapters in Ottawa. The women said that police services work returning the city of Ottawa to a functional level was slow because it had already gone on too long, noisy but effective and long overdue‘ it was very well conducted.

“We however question the extraneous elements like seizing bank accounts and interfering with people’s financial and personal lives without court orders under the Emergencies Act. 

“Information provided to RINJ Women long before the government said anything about foreign malign actors, we published inasmuch as that was possible without violating the rights of trusted information sources. Nothing has changed that information, in fact, unequivocally, the Russian Federation was significantly involved as part of a hybrid war against Canada in stimulating the most vile portions of the ‘Freedom Convoy’s most unlawful acts. Time has allowed us to triple check our sources and our data,” Ms. Alsop  said.

“Protests must be organized in such a manner as not to deprive other Canadians of their civil rights. In this case of the ‘Freedom Convoy’,  it was a disaster for huge numbers of people in the city of Ottawa. Nurses, according to were being sexually harassed and even physically assaulted while women and their children in downtown Ottawa and in some of the suburbs were denied access to groceries and normal community services like medical and child dental services.

“There is no free ride on civil rights violations,” says RINJ security director, Dale Carter. Even if they are justified in emergency laws, the extraneous activities under the Emergencies Act must produce evidence and criminal charges or in the alternative, clear and transparent explanations, apologies and compensation for offended parties.  These are severe human rights violations, allegedly with justifiable cause. So be it. That must be cleared with the electorate during due process and transparency of those processes,” added Ms. Carter.

“On the matter of government mandates during the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, I suspect most would not pass a challenge in the Canada Supreme Court if brought correctly as a Charter argument. It should be noted that governments finding themselves in a position wherein they feel compelled to violate human rights temporarily because of an emergency, cannot remain in power unless successful in returning to a generously democratic paradigm. The current government must be voted out because of its ruthlessness and terrible failures during the pandemic unless enormous effort is taken to redirect back to democratic process and measures of reconciliation with all communities are effective,” urged Ms. Carter.

Additional reading, Feminine-Perspective Magazine

Mislav Kolakusic, MEP speaks against Trudeau’s undemocratic draconian measures against peaceful demonstrators.  MEP Mislav Kolakušić is a Croatian lawyer and politician who has been a Member of the European Parliament for Croatia since 2 July 2019, having been elected to the position at the 2019 election as an Independent. Previously, he served as a judge at the Zagreb Commercial Court, according to Wikipedia.

Watch Christine Anderson, European Parliament chastising Justin Trudeau. She claims Justin Trudeau did not respect the civil rights of Canadians in the so-called ‘Freedom Convoy’ protests. Christine Margarete Anderson is a German politician who is serving as an Alternative for Germany Member of the European Parliament. She has lived in the United States for six years, where she studied economics and worked for a US trading company. Wikipedia


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