About today in Ottawa

Just got this update from a friend at the Baseball diamond parking lot where one of the Trucker’s base camps are. TWELVE police cars showed up to deliver a few pamphlets.

This is a live media outlet that is positioned on the hill in one of the trucks Its called, Shed Media and operates via Starlink, the global internet network created by Elon Musk.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

44 Replies to “About today in Ottawa”

  1. What about all the businesses lost over the mandates
    Jobs gone
    Pensions gone
    Families destroyed

    Suck it up you leftist Ottawa citizens
    Very very few

    Let’s let someone do an actual survey of apts and businesses in the area.

    Very few as they don’t exist around Parliament hill
    If I recall

  2. city news – Police hand out final notices at Ottawa protest

    Police in Ottawa have begun handing out a final notice to protesters.

    Some begin yelling back at officers….

    • city news – Protesters dig in heels despite notice from police

      As police hand out final notices, many protesters say they are not going anywhere.

    • FOX News – Trudeau has lost control of the situation: Canadian Parliament member

      Jewish Canadian MP Melissa Lantsman reacts to Prime Minister Trudeau grouping her with ‘people who wave swastikas’ on ‘The Ingraham Angle.’

    • global news – Trucker protests: Public safety minister links blockade demonstrators to far-right extremists

      The RCMP have arrested 13 people over a seized cache of deadly weapons linked to a protest near the U.S.-Canada border in Coutts, Alta.

      Among those arrested, four face the most serious charges of “conspiracy to commit murder,” accused of plotting to murder RCMP officers in connection with the protest.

      As Tracy Nagai reports, Canada’s public safety minister and security experts now say the case is drawing links to dangerous far-right extremist activity related to the disruptive situation in Ottawa.

      • Re: “The RCMP have arrested 13 people over a seized cache of deadly weapons linked to a protest near the U.S.-Canada border in Coutts, Alta.”

        Experts like Matt Bracken and Michael Yon have been warning that false-flag ops were in-bound and hot, and it appears that they were right. Do not accept this report at face value. It is too-easy how such stories appear right when the establishment ruling class needs them. How convenient! This is precisely the sort of operation the black-bag boys specialize in, so don’t fall for it. And tell others not to fall for it, either. Once their methods and dirty tricks are out in the open, they will be much less-effective, as people will know they are being manipulated and duped.

    • CBC – CBC News goes inside the Ottawa protest encampment

      ( 15 min 44 )

      The CBC’s Judy Trinh went inside the logistics camp for the Ottawa occupation. Many of the protesters say they do not recognize the authority of police or the government’s invoking of the Emergencies Act.

    • city news – Financial institutions begin taking action following Emergencies Act

      Financial institutions across Canada have begun taking action against Ottawa protesters, four days after the Emergencies Act was invoked.

    • Feds discuss next steps after invoking the Emergencies Act

      Feb. 17: Federal Ministers Chrystia Freeland, Marco Mendicino and Bill Blair discuss next steps after invoking the Emergencies Act.

    • Police warn of “imminent” law enforcement action if protesters don’t leave

      go to ============> 11:30

      … they will remove the children first

    • FEB 17 2022 – the guardian – Canada was warned before protests that violent extremists infiltrated convoy

      Exclusive: intelligence assessments warned in late January that it was ‘likely’ extremists were involved in protests

      How conspiracy theorists steered Canada’s trucker protest

      Days before the so-called Freedom Convoy reached Ottawa, starting a weeks-long occupation of Canada’s capital and triggering a string of copy-cat blockades, the federal government was warned that violent extremist groups were deeply involved in the protest movement.

      Intelligence assessments – prepared by Canada’s Integrated Terrorism Assessment Centre (Itac) and seen by the Guardian – warned in late January that it was “likely” that extremists were involved and said that the scale of the protests could yet pose a “trigger point and opportunity for potential lone actor attackers to conduct a terrorism attack”.

      The assessments offer the first real glimpse into how federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies have assessed the threat of Canada’s anti-vaccine and conspiracy theory movement.

      “We knew these people were coming,” said a federal government source, who indicated that the Security Intelligence Service Canada – Canada’s main intelligence service, of which Itac is a part – had flagged the involvement of extremist groups and individuals in official briefings.

      The intelligence reports also show that clear warnings were sent to Ottawa police ahead of the convoy’s arrival in the capital. The city’s police has become the focus of a fierce debate over whether they should have done more to prepare for, or prevent, the occupation.

      Itac reported that supporters of the convoy have “advocated civil war”, called for violence against prime minister Justin Trudeau, and said the protest should be “used as Canada’s ‘January 6’”, in a reference to the storming of the US Capitol.

      An early report, dated 27 January, Itac concluded that “a coordinated, complex terrorist attack or planned storming Parliament or other federal locations is unlikely”.

      But it concludes that the potential for violence remained very real.

      “While the organizers have declared that this is an act of peaceful protest, some ideologically motivated violent extremism followers in Canada have seized upon this rally to advocate for their own ideological objectives,” the January document reads. “Extremists and other individuals supporting Covid-19 conspiracy theories and violent anti-authority/anti-government views have expressed intent to participate in the convoy and to attend the accompanying protest in Ottawa.”

      The assessment warns that protesters, and possible extremists, “could use rudimentary capabilities, such as trucks, cargo and fuel, to cause disruptions to infrastructure”.

      Presciently, the report warned that the 31 January return of Parliament “could motivate a dedicated group of protesters to prolong their protest in Ottawa”.

      Included in the report is a meme, which was shared widely in the early days of the convoy, which shows a map with a circle surrounding Ottawa and reads “permanent gridlock zone until freedom restored”.

      As the occupation dragged into its second week, Itac issued another report on 8 February.

      “All events remained relatively peaceful, with limited low-level conflict,” it reads. “However, violent online rhetoric and the physical presence of ideological extremists at some gatherings remain a factor of concern.”

      The report makes particular mention of the QAnon figure Romana Didulo, the self-styled “Queen of Canada”, who has instructed her followers to kill healthcare workers and politicians. She and some of her followers appeared in Ottawa for the occupation, waving flags representing her supposed kingdom.

      Itac also drew attention to a constellation of other demonstrations across the country, including in Quebec City where “the QAnon flag was observed, and the extremist group La Meute stated that approximately 100 members participated in the protest.” La Meute, or The Pack is one of the most visible and influential far-right, anti-Islam organizations in Quebec. It also claimed to have sent supporters to the Ottawa protests, the report said.

      In the second report, Itac continued to assess the likelihood of a January 6-style insurrection as unlikely, but began warning that “the most likely ideologically motivated violent extremism-related scenario involves an individual or small group using readily available weapons and resources such as knives, firearms, homemade explosives and vehicles in public areas against soft targets, including opposition groups or members of the general public.”

      Earlier this week at a blockade at the Coutts border crossing in Alberta, police arrested four men and charged them with conspiring to kill police officers and civilians.

      On Wednesday, the public safety minister, Marco Medicino confirmed that some of those arrested had ties to some extremist elements in Ottawa. Some of the men arrested are believed to belong to a loose-knit group known as Diagolon.

      Itac reports are largely based on open source intelligence, meaning information already available in the public domain, and law enforcement sources – the centre does not actively monitor individuals or conduct its own investigations.

      The purpose of Itac is to provide various levels of local law enforcement with reliable information on emerging threats, said Stephanie Carvin, a former intelligence analyst with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service who now teaches at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University in Ottawa.

      “They seem to recognize the nature of the event, and who’s coming to the event,” she said. But, the analysts appear to have missed some of the extreme elements of the leadership of the convoy, Carvin said. “It was a movement led by extremists to begin with, and we should not be surprised they turned to extremist tactics.”

      Itac’s warning that only a dogmatic few would brave the Ottawa cold for parliament’s return on 31 January proved to be a significant underestimation. Yet, even that warning wasn’t heeded. The deputy chief of the Ottawa police service said in early February that they planned for “a potentially weekend-long demonstration”, and were caught off guard when the convoy parked in front of Parliament.

      “Was the problem that he didn’t have the information?” Carvin said. “Or was the problem that they just don’t take white supremacy seriously?”

      Carvin said intelligence agencies had been briefing the Canadian government as far back as late December on the possible threat posed by the convoy.

      “[The protest leaders] were exceptionally clear on what they wanted to do, and how they were going to go about doing it,” she said.


    • OTTAWA FEB 17 2022 -Legal Experts Denounce Trudeau Power Grab

      MPP Randy Hillier, along with Professor of Law Bruce Pardy, Ottawa criminal lawyer David Anber, and Ottawa family lawyer Cecil Lyon,

    • city news – Border Protests a Potential Recruitment Zone for Extremists: Expert

      A symbol of hate among weapons and ammunition seized during arrests at the Coutts border blockade.

      Jillian Code reports on how the protests could be a recruitment zone for extremism.

    • city news – Winnipeg demonstrators want businesses who donated to Freedom convoy boycotted

      With a hack exposing who put financial support behind the cause, a group in Winnipeg opposed to the Freedom Convoy near the Manitoba Legislature wants economic-based community action against businesses who supported the wider protest movement.

    • city news – Morale among convoyers remains high despite Emergencies Act

      Despite the urgent appeals from police, federal ministers, and other ministers – people demonstrating outside Parliament say they’re not going anywhere, and are skeptical police action will be taken.

    • sky news australia – Trudeau has ‘lost control’ of Canada

      Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been condemned after telling a Jewish conservative politician that her party is “standing with people who wave swastikas.”

      In the aftermath of the comments, Melissa Lantsman demanded an apology from the prime minister, which was not forthcoming.

    • FOX News – Canadian truckers respond to crackdown warnings l Digital Originals

      Watch as Canadian truckers weigh in on their peaceful assembly, known as the Freedom Covoy, protesting the nationwide vaccine mandate

    • city news – Arrests made at Ottawa protests

      Three people including protest organizer Chris Barber have been arrested in Ottawa. CityNews Ottawa captured this footage during one of the arrests.

    • CTH – Ottawa Police Chief “It is now unlawful to protest against government, 100 checkpoints have been established”

      “100 police checkpoints have been established” Bell said, and citizens are being questioned about the reason for their travel.

      Additionally, within his current authority as the regional guard for government, he has been authorized to offer “safe passage” out of the area for any current protestor or dissident supporter.

      However, if people do not exit the area within this current window of amnesty, the safety of the remaining citizens cannot be guaranteed as heavily armed tactical operations begin.

      more :


      New Chief Steve Bell Says this weekend will be Different than the Last 3

  3. Every trucker in Canada should go on a strike if anyone gets charged with these obscene “offences”, and not return to work until they’ve been dropped. Or even better, until ole black face has stepped down.

  4. Schwab’s book details how he will see the populations of Canada, the USA and Mexico significantly reduced through his population reduction program…….
    Trudeau is Schwab’s bum boy……We’re talking Crimes Against Humanity….
    Time to stand!

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