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Ottawa Police consider police state authoritarian military action to declare war on the citizens

The honking may be loud and noisy and has gotten the attention of authoritarian Government in Ottawa. Ottawa has grown even more desperate to crush democracy in the face of peaceful protests.

It is being reported the authoritarian Government of Canada is growing to be even more tyrannical and considering requesting aid from the military to enforce a police state to address the growing Freedom Convoy that has brought traffic of the city to a standstill in a flurry of honking.

Honking is the sound of freedom and the Government in Ottawa’s feelings have been hurt. The Tyrant Trudeau doesn’t like the fact they have been exposed by protester and now the Government is looking for ways to dominate the population with the force of the Canadian military.

On Wednesday, the CBC reported that police chief Peter Sloly expressed concern the truth is coming out too fast and begging for help from the military to enforce unlawful actions on peaceful protesters. There are more vehicles expected to roll in to Ottawa this Saturday

“This is a national issue, not an Ottawa issue,” Chief Sloly said. “I am increasingly concerned there is no policing solution to this.”

Elsewhere along the U.S.-Canadian border, protestors have blockaded portions of the traffic.

Sloly commented the current protest is beyond the Ottawa police force’s ability to control, prompting considerations for a much larger response beyond his department. Causing him to desperately beg the federal government to enact a police state to deal with the protesters

“I don’t have a singular mandate in this city, this province or this country, to negotiate the end to any demonstration,” Sloly said. “There always needs to be an element outside of the police for any truly successful end to any demonstration, particularly one of this size.”

Per the CBC, the government has not made any decisions or planned to include the involvement of the Canadian Armed Forces.

The movement, which began as a protest against mandates for cross country truck drivers has developed and grew in to something much larger. The protest has got the attention of Canada’s population and gave them a platform to unit in anti-authoritarian demonstrations against lockdowns, curfews, and vaccine and mask mandates for the population at large.

In Ottawa, the presence of thousands of trucks and protestors has shut down the downtown core, including many of the city’s businesses and schools, which remain closed.

“As a protest with vehicles taking up blocks of downtown Ottawa continues, the area’s major mall closes for the rest of the week and museums are staying shut despite being allowed to reopen under updated pandemic rules,” CBC reported. “City officials continue to advise people to avoid non-essential travel, especially downtown. Museums, the Rideau Centre and some city services are also closed or reducing operations for the time being.”

Organizers of the freedom convoy are not without empathy for the city’s residents. In a statement, the group said it understood their frustrations and said it wished for alternative methods of protest, but none exist.

There’s also a large number of locals in Ottawa that are taking part in the freedom rally showing support handing out food to Freedom demonstrators and bringing them other supplies. Residents have been reported as saying this is the small price we pay in the fight for freedom.

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