Are the freedoms and liberties of Canadians under attack? Recently, an opposition politician in the province of Ontario was charged for “organizing and attending an anti-lockdown protest” in that province. He could potentially face jail time.
LifeSite News explains:
TORONTO, November 27, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) — Ontario Independent Member of Provincial Parliament Randy Hillier was charged yesterday for organizing and attending an anti-lockdown protest outside the provincial legislature that was attended by an estimated 700 people.
Hillier was charged under the Reopening Ontario Act and is scheduled to appear in court January 7, 2021, reported Global News.
The penalty for a conviction runs from a minimum $10,000 fine to a maximum $100,000 fine and a year in jail.
We also have this article about Canada’s famed Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, in action. READ: PMO sends readout of Trudeau scolding O’Toole over ‘COVID misinformation’ in phone call. But the call hadn’t happened
And in Hong Kong, I believe the Chinese Communist Party used the COVID-1984 lockdown as their excuse to arrest pro-democracy activists earlier this year. READ: Sweeping arrests of pro-democracy leaders in Hong Kong: Campaigners describe arrests as attempt to reintroduce ‘reign of terror’ after last year’s mass pro-democracy movement
Of course, we mustn’t forget the arrest of a 28-year-old pregnant Australian woman in front of her small kids. Her crime? She posted on Facebook that people living in Victoria State should organize a rally protesting the dystopian lockdown of their ruling tyrant, Daniel Andrews. READ: Watch: Pregnant Aussie Mother Arrested for Allegedly ‘Inciting’ Coronavirus Lockdown Protest