First clip from Friday night in Ottawa: The Trucks return briefly

As I’m sure you can all understand, going out to collect news and edit and so on, takes a lot of time. Which means posting can be light on other matters when there are local events. But I hope you all feel it was worth the wait. Meanwhile the Reader’s Links post is as it always is, an excellent elbow in the bathwater of world events.

We will attempt a series of posts with videos from this past weekend in Ottawa, and all will link back to RAIR Foundation’s article, which is very good on the explanation of who what why when and where these events took place. As far as I can tell, its actually the best out there so far. She really did a superb job.

This clip is from Friday night when for a brief shiny moment, some of the trucks and quite a few people from the Freedom Convoy managed to reappear in Ottawa and remind us all that the totalitarian measures that Trudeau implemented on all who will not accept a repeated armful of experimental mRNA juice, (that we now know contains an actual synthetic RNA substitute for a natural one, that does not break down like the natural one does) are subjected to.

If those who do not take the injection are stupid, then allow them to leave Canada and Canada will be smarter.

If those who do not take the injection are dangerous to those who have, then let them leave Canada and Canada will be safer.

If those who do not take the injection are diseased, then let them leave Canada and Canada will be healthier.

And most important, if those who do not take the injection are recalcitrant, then let them leave and Canada will be more obedient and ask fewer questions.

When I was a child, there was a grade 8 teacher that had a sign on our classroom wall. It read:

“There are two kinds of people who are useless to society. Those who can do nothing that they are told, and those who can no nothing else.”

Below, a compilation clip of some of what happened in Ottawa on Friday night. Please enjoy.

Below, some of the protestors, and just some, walking from the barricaded section of Wellington in front of the Parliament Buildings, towards Rideau street, where unbeknownst to me at the time, many trucks had returned as you can see in the clip above.