We Must Draw The Line Against The Growing Assault On Our Rights & Freedoms

At what point will Canadians stand up and say “enough is enough” with hypocritical politicians endlessly expanding their power as a substitute for their errors?

As the Liberal government further expands government power, including the implementation of what the Canadian Constitution has dubbed “prison hotels,” the National Citizens Coalition is asking a very important question:

Where do we draw the line?

With some politicians – like Liberal cabinet minister Seamus O’Reganalready knocking on doors campaigning, the disparity between the draconian restrictions being pushed by politicians, and the actions of many politicians, grows even more stark, as the NCC makes clear:

“And that’s to say nothing of the private security contractors who will be going door-to-door on behalf of the federal government, while the Liberals themselves are already going door-to-door campaigning. (Shameless Seamus O’Regan has already started.)

That’s right. “Stay home, stay away from loved ones, stay out of work, stay at this $2000 prison hotel. Snowbirds, don’t go down south for sun, and sanity, and even a vaccine months before we can find you one — but oh, don’t mind us door-knocking for votes.”

We’re used to paying for Justin Trudeau’s failures — but never like this. And if ordinary Canadians don’t draw the line now, we’ll be doing this open/shut dance again in 2022, complete with all the same collateral damage, and Trudeau will be re-elected and rewarded for all his theatrics and pandemic-profiteering.

It’s well past time to safely reopen Canada. If cynical, hyper-locked down Democratic states in the U.S. can immediately begin reopening after their preferred election result, Canada’s premiers can easily ‘greenlight’ responsible roll-backs of evidence-free small business measures, in anticipation of a hopeful and prosperous spring.

Justin Trudeau doesn’t like that idea. He would rather keep you locked up, government-dependant, and compliant in order to win re-election. And sadly, it appears some premiers feel the same.

That cannot be the Canada we choose to live in. This has to be where we draw the line.”

You can sign the Safely Back to Work Campaign below, which includes a call to end the draconian quarantine hotels and detention centres. As the NCC notes, “Charter rights matter – especially in challenging times.”


Spencer Fernando