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originally posted by: ColeYounger
a reply to: TerryMcGuire
If Trudeau and the Canadian government were really fascist, they would have rounded up those people who have been blocking the streets of Ottawa weeks ago and put them in camps.
There's a thing called "soft fascism" where they don't need to use physical violence, because they don't have to. They "cancel" you. They take away your freedoms and your right to earn a living. They won't let you fly, they won't let you work, etc.
originally posted by: LoneCloudHopper2
a reply to: The2Billies
Good question. I'm praying he gets removed from office by the appropriate authorities before peaceful protestors get hurt.
The Emergencies Act is a law passed by the Parliament of Canada in 1988 which authorizes the federal government to take extraordinary temporary measures to respond to public welfare emergencies, public order emergencies, international emergencies and war emergencies. It asserts that any government action continues to be subject to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Bill of Rights.
Under the Emergencies Act, the federal Cabinet may declare a national emergency in response to an urgent and critical situation that cannot be dealt with by any existing law, and either is beyond the capability of a province to deal with it or threatens the sovereignty of Canada.
Sloly's resignation comes as sources tell CBC News he's been accused of bullying and volatile behaviour that has damaged relations with senior leadership and compromised the force's ability to cope with the truck protest.
Multiple sources have told CBC News that Sloly allegedly belittled and berated senior Ottawa Police Service officers in front of their colleagues, and has failed to put forward a solid operations plan to end the crisis.