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WATCH: Non-white convoy supporters tell Trudeau to go f*ck himself

Keean Bexte

January 28, 2022


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In response to the media and Trudeau’s disparaging comments suggesting anyone in favour of the trucker convoy and against vaccine mandates are somehow racist or a “fringe minority,” several non-white Canadians have come out with a message for the Prime Minister.

“What’s up, Trudeau,” a supporter at a convoy stop begins. “My name is Michael — my last name is not important. But my message to you is ‘F*ck you!'”

I found a white supremacist with an unacceptable view I think guys .. pic.twitter.com/WLdwpklER2

In another video, a non-white convoy supporter says, “Hey, Trudeau, we’re coming to Ottawa. It is real, man. I’m coming with my little baby, here, 7.3 power stroke with all the other big truckers. You know, I’m a local trucker, but I don’t want to be wearing this f*cking mask nonsense. Every time I go [somewhere], I gotta’ do this, you know,” he says, masking and unmasking repeatedly.

“I’m sick and tired of [wearing the mask]. I’m vaccinated; this is all f*cking nonsense. So, Trudeau, please, just sign and retire. We don’t need all these trucks to drive across [the] US and Canada to tell you to go to sleep and just retire, pack up and go home! That’s it. That’s all we’re asking you because you don’t know how to run a country.”

In yet another video, a Black Canadian man expresses his utter displeasure with the state of affairs, explaining how infuriating it is to live in a country where some people are actually angry at those who want to live in a free country, again.

“Bro, we’ve reached a point in Canada where people are mad at you for wanting freedom. Like, bro, enough is enough, guy. My bad, I want to be able to go to the gym, to go to a restaurant in peace, without it closing, to go to a nightclub with my friends, to go to church, fam,” he explains.

“I swear, wanting to do regular things in this country, now, people think you’ve murdered someone. Like, no, no. I just want to live.”

Indigenous Canadians are also coming out to support truckers. They, too, have had enough of Trudeau’s vaccine obsession, enough of masking, enough of restrictions, and enough of mandates.

Indeed, even NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh’s brother-in-law is supporting truckers, going so far as to donate $13,000 to the convoy’s GoFundMe page.

These videos are in response not just to the freedomless state of affairs Canada has found itself in but also to the divisive rhetoric and anti-convoy propaganda spewed by the mainstream media and Justin Trudeau.

Many will remember less than a month ago when Trudeau maligned those refusing the vaccine, calling them “racists” and “misogynists,” and suggesting the unvaccinated are to blame for people dying due to their personal medical decisions.

He continued this line of hatred earlier this week, denouncing the trucker convoy and saying, “The small, fringe minority of people are on their way to Ottawa, who are holding unacceptable views that they’re expressing, do not represent the views of Canadians who have been there for each other, who know that following the science, and stepping up to protect each other is the best way to continue to ensure our freedoms, our rights, our values, as a country.”

Meanwhile, the mainstream media has gone from conflating the anti-mandate trucker convoy with an inconsequential protest about icy roads to saying that it may be a January 6 moment and bringing in experts who suggest that participants are domestic terrorists.

In a brief interview with The Counter Signal, one Indigenous woman gives a powerful speech, demanding the freedom to choose and refusing to let the government divide Canadians over their vaccine statuses.

 “I’m out here because I think we have a right to choose whether we want to be vaxed or unvaxed. And they try to divide us, but they can’t divide us no more because we’ve become united, both the vaxed and the unvaccinated people.”

“What do you say to the people in the mainstream media who say that this is an extremist, xenophobic convoy? Do you agree with that,” asks Bexte.

“Certainly not,” another indigenous woman responds. “We’re free. We’re free to choose and do what we want to do. That’s what Canada is about.”

“And as far as the mainstream media, they’ve got to stop the lying already. Because everybody has woken up and knows they’re lying and not telling the truth,” the first woman continues.

Wow. It’s almost like wanting freedom isn’t a partisan or racially divisive issue, and the mainstream media and PM are intentionally trying to disunify a movement that has wheels.

Social media is also being weaponized against the convoy, but not by actual users (real people).

As True North News’s Cosmin Dzsurdzsa reports, “#FluTruxKlan has become a popular banner for those opposed to the hundreds of thousands of truckers and their supporters who are calling for an end to COVID-19 mandates and the deterioration of rights at the hands of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.”

“True North has found that in their attempts to accuse truckers of violence and racism, opponents of the Ottawa-bound convoy often used threats of violence themselves, as well as words like “vermin,” “plague rats,” “dirty,” “white trash” and other abhorrent terms,” Dzsurdzsa continues.

“The hashtag also showed signs of bot activity, with 33 accounts created in January, 256 accounts having fewer than 50 followers and 121 accounts following fewer than 50 users.”

In other words, opposition to the convoy is likely from one of three parties: the government, the mainstream media, and bot teams assembled by the former two or other dishonest actors.

Every day people are out in full force to support truckers in the fight for the return of Canadians’ rights and freedoms, and Trudeau, along with the mainstream media, simply can’t handle it.

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