American, European, Australian truckers gear up to follow anti-vaccine mandate strategy pursued by Canadian truckers
The Canadian truckers got the wheels rolling
and their counterparts in the U.S., Europe, South Africa and Australia are gearing up for similar long protest drives against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine mandates.
Composed of over 50,000 trucks and stretching 45 miles, the Canadian Freedom Convoy has turned the capital city of Ottawa into a massive parking lot, attracting national as well as international attention, according to "World View Report" host Brannon Howse on the February 2 episode of the show on Brighteon.TV
. (Related: 50,000 truckers vow to stay in Ottawa until government lifts vaccine mandates
Even Canadian politicians, who have initially taken Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's snobbish stance on the movement, are paying attention with some even going to the protest grounds filled with anti-vaccine supporters.
Asked about her presence in Parliament Hill, Conservative Party of Canada Member of Parliament Leslyn Lewis said: "Why wouldn't I be? This is Democracy. This is what democracy is all about. People believe that the government has overstepped with mandates and they're here to exercise their democratic right. The people give the government the power to act in accordance with their values. The government does not have any independent power. It is us that confers the power on the government."
And in instances where abuses may have been committed by the government, Lewis, a lawyer, said she won't condone the wrongdoing.
Non-violent assembly and rally of truckers
"The people have a right to voice their opinions. What we've seen in the last year, with (the) demonization of people, turning people against each other, the hatred that has been spewed from the highest levels is completely unacceptable. And the people have had enough. And so they're here to voice their opinions, and I support any peaceful act of democracy," said Lewis, referring to the non-violent assembly and rally of the truckers
Howse commented that any political leader like Trudeau, "who hides from his own people in a moment like this, is no leader at all."
Aware of the impending protest by American truckers, who intend to drive from California to Washington, D.C., Howse said: "Joe Biden will get his chance to prove his leadership well or lack thereof. Will he hide from the people like Trudeau? Or will he address their grievances and retract his highly unpopular and unconstitutional mandates?"
Howse then showed a video from Paris where irate citizens have surrounded the headquarters of Pfizer,
the largest global manufacturer of the experimental mRNA gene therapy. Although the mainstream media continued to downplay the truckers' convoy uprising, Howse said they can't afford to ignore the unfolding story completely.
According to Howse, a Facebook group for the anti-vaccine mandate protest of American truckers has garnered more than 90,000 people thus far.
The group's description reads: "We are part of many large groups who believe in our founding fathers. We believe everyone has a voice, we support our freedom. Help us spread the word about this group. And together, we all can make it a better place. 'God bless America,' we're done with the mandates."
One of the group's organizers said: "We're done with the government telling us what to do. We will continue and we will follow just like the rest of the world on these trucker protests. And they will be 100 percent legal, they will abide by the law."
The group has yet to announce the start date of the American convoy protest
, but Howse believes the wheels of justice are about to roll.
More related stories:
Biden bans unvaccinated truckers from entering the US, accelerating collapse of supply chains
Vaccine mandate for truckers entering Canada now in effect
Canada's shortage of workers worsens as federal vaccination mandates continue
Watch the full February 1 episode
of "World View Report" below. Catch new episodes of the program from Monday to Friday at 9-9:30 p.m. on Brighteon.TV
for more news related to protests and demonstrations against COVID-19 vaccine mandates.