Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 26 January 2024

Calls for King Charles III’s representative in Canada to resign after court rules in favour of Freedom Convoy protestors

On Tuesday, The Federal Court of Canada ruled the decision to use the War Measures (Emergencies) Act to respond to the Freedom Convoy was unreasonable and excessive, validating the claims made in a lawsuit brought by various civil liberties groups.

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (“JCCF”) said it was pleased the War Measures (Emergencies) Act lawsuit had been decided in favour of the Freedom Convoy protestors.

“This is a great victory for democracy, for Charter rights and freedoms, and for the rule of law,” said JCCF President John Carpay.

Canadian Constitution Foundation Litigation Director Christine Van Geyn was thrilled with this decision. “We know the government has said that they plan to appeal, and with these reasons, they now have a mountain to climb.”

Charles “The Great Reset” King’s representatives in Canada initiated and recommended that emergency powers be invoked and used against Freedom Convoy protestors.  Yet, after the court ruling, the King’s representatives have remained silent.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked the War Measures (Emergencies) Act on 14 February 2022 in response to the Freedom Convoy protest.

The move allowed the federal government to enact wide-sweeping but temporary powers to help officials crack down on protesters’ access to funds, grant the RCMP jurisdiction to enforce local laws, designate critical infrastructure and services, and impose fines and imprisonment on participants who refused to leave the protest zone.

The JCCF provided lawyers to a group of protestors who launched a court action with various civil liberties groups ten days after the War Measures (Emergencies) Act was invoked and sought a court declaration it was invoked without legal justification.

The constitutional challenge to the War Measures (Emergencies) Act was filed on behalf of four Canadians who had participated in the Freedom Convoy.

The JCCF said each of the applicants suffered significant harm after the War Measures (Emergencies) Act was invoked. With two of its applicants, it said they had their bank accounts frozen and seized without judicial authorization or a review process under laws applying to terrorists and enemy countries.

On Tuesday, the Federal Court ruled in favour of the citizens who participated in the peaceful 2022 Freedom Convoy in Ottawa.  You can read the court ruling HERE.

Those patriotic Canadians who called Ottawa’s repressive covid policies “outrageous” can longer be dismissed as “dangerous nutters.” The Convoy truckers knew enough about what was at stake to push back and can now celebrate some validation from Canada’s Federal Court.

As Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister, representative for the World Economic Forum Chrystia Freeland responded to the federal court ruling that found the invocation of the Emergencies Act “unreasonable” and violated the Charter of Rights and Freedoms to expression and security against unreasonable searches and seizures.

Freeland said she remains “convinced” that invoking the Emergencies Act in early 2022 was “the necessary thing to do.”

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