Is Canada in the midst of a coup d’etat?

So Canada’s state of emergency hasn’t been lifted despite the clearing of the blockcade.

https://www.dw.com/en/canada-trudeau-says-emergency-not-over-after-blockades/a-60864769

Here’s Trudeau’s words:
“After weeks of dangerous and unlawful activities, after weeks of people being harassed in the neighborhoods, [and] after evidence of increased ideologically motivated violent extremism activity across the country,” local authorities needed “more tools to restore order,” he said.

The only violent extremism I saw was from the Canadian government, first with the mandates, second for not laying out a timetable for dismantling them, third, for refusing to negotiate. As far as I can tell the only people who got hurt were those who got hurt by the police. These people weren’t a danger, they were an inconvenience.

Trudeau said that “a flood of misinformation and disinformation washed over Canada” during the protests, including from foreign sources, and the blockades and occupations “received disturbing amounts of foreign funding to destabilize Canada’s democracy.”

Most of the foreign funding and alleged mis/disinformation was from the USA. However, it’s easy to allege mis/disinformation when you don’t actually provide a list of exactly which pieces of mis/disinformation you’re talking about. Is that the result sloppy reasoning, slimy propaganda, a captured opposition or something else? Whichever options I think of, it is all reminiscent to me of the rubbish spewed forth by Eastern European governments under communism. Several east european friends of mine old enough to remember confirm this view.

This book is fantastic because it explains very readably how modern states function. When I have finished it, I’ll be able to comment more thoroughly on the extent to which Canada is undergoing a coup d’etat.

PJW on how the WEF has penetrated cabinets, Canada in particular. How true is this? Seems credible, but PJW never provides links to his sources so while interesting, I don’t trust him. Would like your comments on this.

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emusplatt

must be coup season….shoulda got the jab eh?

https://twitter.com/DAlperovitch/status/1485241734925897728

bjw678

A coup d’etat is the co-opting of governing apparatus to create a change of government with minimal (though not absent) violence or fighters

So clearly the answer to the title of the artice is NO. They are preventing a change of government, not creating one.

This message was proudly presented by pedants anonymous…

LostSocialist

There was a coup in Ukraine in 2014 organised by the USA to overthrow the Russian aligned government. Everything that has happened in the Ukraine since is a direct result of that.

Agent 47

It’s true. It’s just out in the open now and people are being forced to confront it.

People are screaming incompetence as a cope. It’s all calculated, evil stuff to take advantage of the money printing/death of banks/end of cycle stuff that began in 2019 with the repo market blowing up and Covid appearing two weeks later.

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Agent 47

That’s just a condensed version. You can go and search for everyone who has attended that forum and works with them yourself.

Hanson-Young, Yat-Sen Li and Claire O’Neil are some of the current Australian reps. Commie-brookes was 2009.

https://www.younggloballeaders.org/

Agent 47

Disagree on that last part, its 100% sinister. Read both of Klaus’ books if you havent already – everything he is suggesting has come to pass or is in the works.

Digital ID and CBDC is next up.

plaguerat

“I don’t think it’s necessarily bringing people together to reach particular conclusions…….”

I respectfully beg to disagree:

Capture of democratic structures and institutions:

Schwab as publisher of the World Economic Forum’s 2010 “Global Redesign” report postulates that a globalized world is best managed by a self-selected coalition of multinational corporations, governments (including through the UN system), and select civil society organizations (CSOs).[22] He argues that governments are no longer “the overwhelmingly dominant actors on the world stage” and that “the time has come for a new stakeholder paradigm of international governance”. The WEF’s vision includes a “public-private” UN, in which certain specialized agencies would operate under joint state and non-state governance systems.[23]

According to the Transnational Institute (TNI), the Forum is hence planning to replace a recognised democratic model with a model where a self-selected group of “stakeholders” make decisions on behalf of the people.[24] The think tank summarises that we are increasingly entering a world where gatherings such as Davos are “a silent global coup d’état” to capture governance.[25]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klaus_Schwab

I doubt that all of these global hopefuls are attending innocent little WEF self-improvement courses to polish their deportment and public speaking.

If you have been paying attention (and I’m sure you have) you would probably have noticed the stunning similarity in the way various Western governments have handled things like:

  • lockdowns,
  • vaccine mandates,
  • instant dismissal of alternative treatment options,
  • demonisation of opponents (or even those who dare to ask a question),
  • vilification of eminently qualified experts previously held in high regard
  • societal divisions introduced through the official and repeated demonisation of those who refuse to submit,
  • suppression and even manipulation of data,
  • intolerance of dissent and unprecedented deployment of militarised police forces when faced with what, in the past, would have been considered peaceful and legitimate protest.

I could go on, but I think you get the drift.

Did all of this “common thinking” just suddenly come about by itself in the heat of a pandemic with all of its economic and political pressures at play?

I don’t think so….looks very much like a playbook to me.

Stewie

The point is to identify potential leaders who have values agreeable to elites timetable of change and are charismatic enough that they stand a chance of being elected.

In the long term the network effect from this sort of cultural control at our elite decision making level, is far more effective and substantial than charismatic individuals whose appeals to values that are in conflict with our hostile elites plans eg Trump. whose political flame is all but guaranteed to burn out very quickly as the full weight of the system is thrown against it.

Over time they will grind resistance down through pure endurance. It is also why Trump was so quickly dispatched after initially catching the elites and their network off-guard due to their hubris – the entire network of appointees in all the US’s various institutions, including its so called ‘free press’ was activated to move against him and generally become ungovernable.

As Noam Chomsky said to that incredulous journalist who was in disbelief that Chomsky told him that he the journalist was in fact working to support the system “But if you didn’t hold the views you did, then you wouldn’t be employed at the institution that requested my interview.” Or words to that effect.

It is the same with all our mainstream politicians – both sides of the fence are all selected and sponsored for the views they hold in common, rather than the views that they disagree on. That is why our housing crisis is never solved, and our community frustration over extreme migration and its social costs, are ignored.

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T

Apparently whats going down…

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Agent 47

Agree, he won’t resign. None of them will go voluntarily.

The freezing of people’s bank accounts affirms to me that this year is the push for digital I’D and CBDC. It won’t get up under normal circumstances, so I suspect if inflation gets out of hand coupled with rate rises and potential hot war, they’ll try and squeeze it through.

Hopefully I’m wrong and it doesn’t happen.

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plaguerat

What the hell just happened?
I just spent some time preparing a lengthy response….submitted same…got a “Waiting for approval”…..and then it disappeared.
We’re not in MB territory now, are we??

plaguerat

Careful, Robert……you’re starting to sound like Scomo 🙂

The post finally appeared, and all’s well that ends well….thanks.

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LostSocialist

I have noticed the waiting for approval filter catches anything with more than one link in it.

plaguerat

Noted….thanks.

bjw678

Anyone who disagrees with the government is declared a terrorist and can have their accounts frozen without court order or any recourse. It’s definitely headed rather quickly into authoritarian…

Peachy

Dystopia-level authoritarian, too.

Stewie

Saw this and laughed

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Agent 47

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Agent 47

She has a dick and balls?

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She really is a horse …

plaguerat

Whilst doing some light, recreational reading about the WEF, I came across their web page dedicated to what they call the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

In it, they state:

The Fourth Industrial Revolution represents a fundamental change in the way we live, work and relate to one another. It is a new chapter in human development, enabled by extraordinary technology advances commensurate with those of the first, second and third industrial revolutions. These advances are merging the physical, digital and biological worlds in ways that create both huge promise and potential peril. The speed, breadth and depth of this revolution is forcing us to rethink how countries develop, how organisations create value and even what it means to be human. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is about more than just technology-driven change; it is an opportunity to help everyone, including leaders, policy-makers and people from all income groups and nations, to harness converging technologies in order to create an inclusive, human-centred future. The real opportunity is to look beyond technology, and find ways to give the greatest number of people the ability to positively impact their families, organisations and communities.

https://www.weforum.org/focus/fourth-industrial-revolution

This bought to mind a quote from George Orwell:

“One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship.”

Smart bloke, that Orwell.

bjw678

Smart bloke, that Orwell.

Unfortunately he seems to have written the “for dummies” guide on population control and manipulation, and done it a little too well…

Hoody

https://spectator.com.au/2022/02/welcome-to-brave-new-australia/

Did he mention the Germans…I did once but I think I got away with it.

Peachy

That’s a good piece, thanks.

Stewie

” Because of the way they have been indoctrinated, they tend to be willing to be ‘looked after’ and ‘cared for’, rather than take personal responsibility and value freedom.”

Common dued just say it – the West’s obsession with promoting gender equity has over empowered women’s neurotic obsessions in terms of our social narrative and is turning us into a matriarchy, in terms of how it priortises the problems we face and then how it goes about solving them.

Historically such societies generally fall apart pretty quickly.

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plaguerat

Not just yet perhaps, Robert…..but on Monday it moved a step closer:

Canada’s parliament approves Trudeau’s emergency powers

OTTAWA, Feb 21 (Reuters) – Canada’s parliament on Monday backed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s decision to invoke rarely-used emergency powers to end pandemic-related protests that have blocked streets in the capital Ottawa for more than three weeks.

The Emergencies Act was approved in parliament by 185 to 151, with the minority Liberal government getting support from left-leaning New Democrats.

https://www.reuters.com/world/canadas-trudeau-calls-national-healing-after-truckers-blockade-over-covid-curbs-2022-02-21/

As Hemingway wrote of most human experience:

“Gradually, then suddenly”

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LSWCHP

Cunts Luke Trudeau are entirely predictable. Behave like a tyrant, do the most despicable things, entirely break the social contract, then demand that everybody forgive and forget and heal in the interest of national unity. I could’ve written that bullshit script myself.

Somehow, I don’t think its gonna work this time.

Hoody

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftJMGS9UIek

Only 17…only took them 5 mins

plaguerat

And so the disintegration of the official narrative continues:

German Health Insurer Reveals ‘Alarming’ Underreporting Of Vaccine Side-Effects

“If these figures are applied to the year as a whole and to” the entire population of Germany, Schöfbeck estimated, then “probably 2.5-3 million people in Germany been under medical treatment because of vaccination side effects after [COVID-19] vaccination.

https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/german-insurance-giant-reveals-alarming-underreporting-vaccine-side-effects

plaguerat

And again:

Public Health Scotland to stop publishing Covid data due to anti-vax misuse fears

Public Health Scotland will stop publishing data on covid deaths and hospitalisations by vaccination status – over concerns it is misrepresented by anti-vax campaigners.

https://www.thenational.scot/news/19931745.covid-data-will-not-published-concerns-misrepresented-anti-vaxxers/

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What they mean is that the facts contradict their narrative ….

emusplatt

You hear politicians banging on about the “rules-based order”. There is no “rules-based order”. It’s dead.

daftcunt dunno what living be. ..it never was alive..jfc

https://www.smh.com.au/world/europe/putin-shatters-any-last-pretence-that-rules-based-order-will-protect-us-20220222-p59yr8.html

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