RCMP Commissioner Says “Enforcement Is The Last Option” For Illegal Blockades

This will encourage more illegal blockades.

Canada is descending further and further into anarchy and insanity.

And a key reason for the growing chaos is that those ‘in charge’ have absolutely ZERO understanding of human nature.

As you and I know very well, if you don’t punish illegal behaviour, you get more illegal behaviour.

So, by refusing to take action and refusing to enforce the law against illegal blockades, the Trudeau government and the Canadian security apparatus are encouraging more illegal blockades.

That’s led to a surge in the number of blockades, and an escalation into domestic terrorism, with blockaders attempting to set trains on fire, and lighting a car on fire and putting it on the tracks.

Now, it’s going to get even worse, because the RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki has confirmed total government weakness, speaking before a House of Commons Committee:

“Lucki said dialogue continues between the B.C. RCMP and the hereditary chiefs.

“We have a specific policy that we have created specifically for Indigenous blockades,” she said. “Of course, enforcement is the last option.”

It’s that last line that is the real problem:

“Enforcement is the last option.”

Every radical activist and illegal blockaders has now heard it directly from the top: If they are part of an illegal blockade, and if they mask it by calling it ‘Indigenous,’ they will be put into a long, drawn out process with enforcement only possibly happening way at the end.

“To quote RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki in response to these illegal road and railway blockades “enforcement is our last option!” Wait, What? Law enforcement is your first and only option! These are terrorist acts of sabotage, intimidation and trespassing!”

Meanwhile, for the rest of us, the government usually applies ‘enforcement’ as the first option.

And so, Canada descends further and further into decline, uncertainty, chaos, weakness, and division.

Spencer Fernando

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