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Justin Trudeau is such a metrosexual plafoon, always dressing up in little costumes, that it's almost impossible, or it was almost impossible, to think of him as an authoritarian dictator. You can't take him seriously enough to be afraid of him. But then you probably don't live in Canada. But all of that began to change two winters ago. This was the height of the COVID lockdowns, and Canada had some most restrictive COVID regulations in the world. Among them was a Vax mandate. People who told you it was your body, your choice, didn't believe that at all. All of a sudden, they told you, you must take this shot or you can't participate in life. You can't go anywhere, you can't work. Well, there is at least one group of Canadians with testosterone levels sufficient to question an order like that, and they out to be long-haul truckers. They descended on Canadian cities in January of 2022 to make their voices heard, as they say on the news, to make their voices heard. But they were not greeted in the way that other groups who want to make their voices heard are greeted as heroes. No, they were greeted with derision in the Canadian media, which effectively is an arm of the Trudeau administration, and by our media, which is effectively an arm of the Democratic Party.


Almost nobody took their side. But what's interesting is how reasonable their demands were. Listen to us. Hey, Canada, maybe forcing people to take an untested medicine is not a good idea. They didn't threaten violence. They weren't violent. They were the core of the Canadian middle class, which is almost extinct at this point. But what was so telling and should really have been foreshadowing of what came later, was Justin Trudeau's reaction to the Canadian truckers, to the trucker convoy. He refused to speak to them. Here he's explaining why. Is there a reason that you can give us why you will not discuss or have any negotiations with this particular group?


I have attended protests and rallies in the past when I agreed with the goals, when I supported the people expressing their concerns and their issues. Black Lives Matter is an excellent example of that. But I have also chosen to not go anywhere near protests that have expressed hateful rhetoric, violence towards fellow citizens, and a disrespect product, not just of science, but of the frontline health workers, and quite frankly, the 90% of truckers who have been doing the right thing to keep Canadians safe, to put food on our tables. Canadians know where I stand. This is a moment for responsible leaders to think carefully about where they stand and who they stand with.


So people who are paying close attention learned a lot from that clip. First, here is a guy, Justin who will say literally anything. He will say the opposite of what is true with a smile on his face. His heart rate won't rise a bit. He's a sociopath. Here is also a person who has no regard, in fact, contempt for democracy. This is the elected leader of a so-called democracy who refuses to even listen to criticism of his policies. So in fact, he's not a democratic leader. He's an authoritarian, and that became very clear shortly after that was shot. At least four Canadian truckers went to jail. Now, what did they go to jail for? What did they do exactly? Well, to this day, no one can really say, and they're still in jail. Watch the Canadian media's description of that specific case. And as you listen to what we're about to show you, ask yourself, did they tell me anything real or was every single word a lie spoken at the behest of the Ruling Party of Canada? This is State Media Exhibit A. Watch this.


According According to newly unsealed court documents, RCMP believe four men accused of plotting to kill Mounties at the Coutts border blockade were being given orders by an outside leadership group. The names of the people in that group have been redacted from the report as they are part of an active investigation. The newly released records involve transcriptions of phone calls between the four charged with conspiracy to commit murder, Anthony Olinik, Chris Lysak, Jerry Morin, and Chris Carbert, and the Unidentified Leadership Group. The document state the leadership wanted more than just vaccine mandates lifted, but also the elimination of the professional political class. It also alleges Olinik, Lysak, Morin, and Carbert trained for months and stockpiled firearms at Ola Nik's property near Claire's home while taking orders from an unidentified group. The documents reveal in February, Mounty seised more than 36,000 rounds of ammunition, two pipe bombs, gas masks, camouflage, and tactical gear from the property. Other intercepted calls from the foremen's cell phones refer to more potential weapons coming from a second stockpile in Nantes, as well as a growing tension between those protesting in Coutts and the leadership group. In February, Olinik, Lysak, Moring, Carbert, and nine others were arrested after RCMP uncovered a cache of weapons in Coutts.


O'linnick is also charged with making and possessing an explosive device, and Lysak faces a charge of uttering threats.


So, parse what you just heard carefully. Again, that's state media in Canada. So here are four guys, working class guys, live in rural areas, and they've got a firearms stockpile. You probably don't have a lot more between the four of them than your average farmer does in the state of Nebraska, or the state of Maine, or the state of Oregon, or anywhere else far from a big city. They're hunters, and so they have guns. Now, the pipe bomb is a very specific question. What's a pipe bomb? We don't know, and neither does the media organization reporting it. But critically, they don't tell you anything about this outside group that's supposedly coordinating them. The point of that news report was not to inform you, but to scare the crap out of you and make those four people who are now in jail seem like scary threats to Canada. Mission accomplished. What you have in a country like Canada, where you have an authoritarian government that's taking away Civil Liberties, a dying middle class, and no media, is you have almost nobody pushing back against the lies. There is maybe one news organization left in Canada that does, that asks very simple questions of of the people who run the country, Why are you doing this?


Can you answer the question? That's rebel news. Watch one of their reporters try to ask Krista Freeland, who's the finance minister of Canada, spent many years in Washington, DC, known to many people who lived in DC as a low IQ functionary. She now has power, and she does not want to answer any questions from the one independent media organization remaining in Canada. Watch what happens when a reporter tries to get her to answer the question.


Ms. Freeland, how come the IRDC is not a terrorist group? Why is your government supporting Islam on absolutely? What? You've been mixed. What are you doing? You're under arrest for assault. Why are you pushing me? You're under arrest for assault. You're under arrest for assault. Police. You're under arrest for assault. How am I under arrest? You bumped into me. You pushed into me, sir. I was just scrubbing. I've got my credentials here, and you just bump into me. Can I Can I have the microphone? Can I have the microphone? Can I have the microphone? I'm not a lot of. I'm not a lot of. Can you give me? I'm not a lot of. I'm not a lot of. Take your hand out. Why am I under arrest? I'm just doing my job. This is your Canada now, folks. You know This is the Gestapo taking Blackface's orders.


So Canada has descended to an extremely dark place, and there are a lot of threads to the story. We're going to Canada very soon to see it for ourselves. But before we go, we thought we would speak to Gord McGill, who knows a lot about this. He is a Canadian and a trucker. He was not, strictly speaking, part of the Freedom Convoy two winters ago, but he was there. And for a lot of Americans, he was the main way that we knew what was happening because he recorded it and put it out on social media. He joins us now. Gordie Gale, thanks so much.


Thank you for having me, Mr. Carlson. Pleasure to meet you.


It's great to meet you. It's funny that Canada, second largest country in the world, bigger than the United States, deeper natural resources in the United States, our biggest trading partner. Canada is a big deal to the US in a lot of We've been good neighbors for the most part. I would say. Haven't tried to invade or anything like that.


Although I think we need an invasion north.


I think we can get that done. But the average American knows nothing about what's going on in Canada, and our understanding of Canada is ruled by clichés that developed 40 years ago. We think of it as a passive, ultra-nice country where no one gets arrested.


I would submit to you that the Canadian media returns that in kind because they've been operating clichés about Americans since forever.


I think that's right, and there's a lot going on there. But it's a little bit shocking, I think, to most Americans to see how authoritarian Canada has become. Truly a place where you can't ask a question, you'll be arrested for assault. Are you shocked?


That particular incident with Mr. Menzies, I want to say it's shocking, but at this point, the Freedom Convoy in Ottawa was crushed in much the same way. Rcmp smashing the windows of tracks, beating up peaceful protesters. I'm not really surprised that they did this to Mr. Menzies.


It's horrifying. But again, you wouldn't be surprised since you've been following it for more than two years now. Let's go right to that clip that we played from state media in Canada about the four incredibly dangerous people who are still languishing in prison.Right, yes.Tell us who they are.


So So co-locally known as the Coutts Four, Jerry Moran, Chris Lysak, Chris Carbert, and Tony Olyaneck are a group of protesters who are at the Couts Freedom Convoy site. Where is Couts? It's on the border with Alberta and Montana, where Interstate 15 ends, and take the highway north to Calgary and other points. And they were there exercising their rights to object to government policies. And And due to very powerful forces, they've been caught up and railroaded, really, by the government and used as ponds because After the Freedom Convoy ended, was crushed by Trudeau and the government, there was an inquest into that called the Public Order Emergency Commission, which the Justice Rouleau, in his conclusion about the question of whether or not Justin Trudeau was justified in imposing the Emergencies Act. I can't remember the exact word, but he was a little bit reluctant. He was reluctantly agreed that Trudeau was within his rights. And most of that hinges on this case in couts, which once you investigate it, isn't much of a case at all. And so these four regular working class dudes who are at the protest site have now been imprisoned for almost two years.


They were denied bail. They're kept in what's called remand because they haven't been convicted of anything. They haven't faced trial yet, so they don't get the rights afforded convicted prisoners. And so they've been subject to long stints of... Oh, man.


Solitary confinement.


Solitary confinement and denial of certain medical care. There's been some drama around that. Tony Olyanec has got problems with his guts. He was denied medication that he needed. Chris Lysak is a big, huge bear of a man. He's 6'5, has size 15 feet. They still haven't given him proper shoes to wear while he's in jail. He's walking around in crocs all the time. He also has problems because he's so big, he needs an extra mattress. They've treated these guys like crap.


I'll just say there's no media in the world they're more for than the Canadian media. They literally work for the government. They are state media.


Yeah, they're financed to the hilt. In 2019, the Trudeau regime gave them 595 million dollars to bail them out because they're losing money, in part because a lot of people know they're liars and aren't interested in what they have to sell. There's been top-ups to that. I think I was looking it up, there's somewhere north of $700 million in subsidies from Justin Trudeau.


Right. He owns the media. He uses your tax dollars to to pay for flattering coverage of himself.


Right, and that's not even counting the CBC. That's a whole another $1.7 billion.


Exactly. To eliminate all coverage of his misties. But I just want to get to something that we played in that clip. They were accused of taking orders from a secretive outside group, and Canadian media wouldn't tell us because it was redacted what this group is. Has anyone ever explained who these guys were supposedly working for?


There's been someThe Russians, I assume? Yeah, there was one CBC A reporter who accused the Freedom Convoy of taking money from Putin. Of course, that was ridiculous. One of the items there they were talking about, it was actually a Telegram group that's run by one guy who was just a random dude that exposes his opinion. And the government is claiming this one random guy of the Telegram group to be some criminal mastermind. Interestingly enough, that guy hasn't been apprehended, arrested, or charged with anything. And The media have also tried to conflate the couts guys with a podcaster in Canada named Jeremy McKenzie, and his meme country he created in his mind called Diagonon. And There's a social justice activist group in Canada called the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, who are also paid by Trudeau. And they claim that Diagonon are like an ethnonationalist threat, and they're going to... They're armed to the hilt, and they're going to take over the government. And investigations showed that Diagon doesn't exist. And Jeremy McKenzie is just a guy sitting in his house in Nova Scotia with some fans. And they tried to turn this into a thing. There was documents released showing that what the Canadian Anti-Hate Network had said was totally false, and the media hasn't discussed that at all.


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So you've got four, at least four, I think many more, but you've got these four political prisoners rotting in prison, no bail, no trial for two years. Has the Canadian media said anything about this other than to accuse them of being controlled by people?


So at the beginning, the media repeated these allegations from the RCMP and the Crown. The defense sought a publication ban because it was apparent immediately that the media was trying to railroad these guys. So the media, what they've done now is they're hiding behind that publication ban. But the publication ban is very specific on information to obtain and these unproven allegations by the RCMP and the Crown. You can still ask questions about the case, right? Why have these guys been denied bail? What are the connections, the political connections to the invocation of the Emergency Act and the resulting Public Order Emergency Commission ruling? There's all kinds of questions you can still ask about this case that are not subject to the bans, and there's been nothing.


Do Canadians understand what's happening? Do they care, do you think?


A small number of us do, but we are not the people represented in the media.


How do Canadians get... I mean, your media blockade is North Korean. I mean, it's hard to get information in Canada. How do people get news about what's actually happening?


Well, they have to read, I've written on this case in Newsweek. They have to go to American Media or other parts of the world because there are some people in Canada trying. Like, I'm Canadian. I write on Substack. There's a couple of other people who've been podcasting about it.


I should say you're living in exile.


Yeah, I live in upstate New York now.


That's where I live.


I escaped the gulag. But yeah, so if people back home want to find out about this, there's only a small number of people discussing it, and most of them aren't in the country.


I But you assume that Trudeau, like all authoritarians, like Joe Biden, is making an example of the Coupes 4 to discourage future protests. That's what Biden did with January sixth. Arrest all these people. People were afraid. We haven't had mass protests about anything since January sixth because people know that the FBI will put them in prison. Do you think that's why he did that?


I think that's why he did that. And then over and above the Coupes 4 guys, there's a number of other people who are continuing to be punished. Chris Barber and Tamara Leach, who are the the Ottawa Convoy, they were charged with mischief and intimidation and counseling mischief and all these silly ridiculous charges, and their court cases are still ongoing. A number of people who were involved in Ottawa, just showing up and protesting and taking part in it, making their voices heard, as you said, were also charged with mischief and various other offenses. Some of those people, they had their cases dropped or they were acquitted because there was nothing to it. And now the Crown is appealing those acquittals, and they're trying to drag regular people who've already been through their court case and had it acquitted, and they're bringing them back and charging them again. He's vindictive, man. He can't not be wrong. He can't not admit that the largest peaceful protest in Canadian history was just that. It has to be something else to satisfy his proclivities towards totalitarianism.


Yeah, well, not even proclivities, just the totalitarianism he's imposing on the country. Have there been mass protests since the Trucker Convoy?


No, I don't worry. See?


So it works.


It does, unfortunately. And the media, as you say, have a role to play in this because they are basically not discussing the fact that we have a situation almost akin to Guantanamo Bay with four of our own citizens, something many Americans might not know about. There was a young kid named Omar Khader, who was born in Canada, but I think his father was from Egypt or somewhere else. And Khader senior was a supporter of the Taliban. And after September 11th, Khader senior and his boy went to Afghanistan. Omar Khader was involved in a firefight with American troops. A medic was killed. Khader was picked up, taken to, I can't remember if it was Kabul or Kandahar, and then sent to Guantanamo Bay, but the only person at Guantanamo with a Canadian passport. Regardless of that case or what anybody thinks about Omar Khader, the Canadian media did not shut up about that guy for the entire time. It was front-page news, front and center. Omar Khater is being done dirty by being in Guantanamo Bay. We have to get him out. Prime Minister at the time, Stephen Harper, was heavily criticized for not doing enough to have Omar Khader extracted from Guantanamo Bay.


Eventually, he was, came back to Canada, and then Omar Khader and his lawyer sued the government, and under the Trudeau administration, was cut a check for $10.5 million.


Is that as payment for shooting an American medic?


For being allowed to be in Guantanamo Bay for as long as he was. But the point is, is that the media did everything in their power to make sure that Omar Khader was a household name, and they haven't lifted a finger for the Coutts Four.


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Canada, from a I haven't been there in a while, but it does seem like it's collapsing.


It's not a good time. Most expensive real estate prices in the world, inflation out of control. People are finding it really difficult to afford to live. It's almost impossible to buy a home in many of the major cities. My sister went to go and see Pierre Poalevry, who's now the leader of the conservative Party, and he was doing before he was elected to be leader of the conservative Party, he was doing the meet and greets and talking with people all across the country. And my sister told me when she went to go meet him that the number one issue on everybody's lips past COVID, past anything else was real estate prices and the housing shortage. Where are our children going to live? How are they going to afford it? What are you going to do about this?


Well, one of the reasons your housing prices are so high is because there's massive foreign investment from China into your real estate markets.


That's one of them, yeah.


Yeah, it is, especially in Western Canada and Vancouver. So the Prime Minister could end that tomorrow. The government of Canada could end that tomorrow. Just only Canadian citizens can buy residential real estate in Canada. Why not do that?


Well, it's been recently revealed that the Chinese Communist Party has been involved in federal politics in Canada since at least Brian Mulrooney. And in the last two elections, like CISIS has produced evidence that the Chinese Communist Party directly assisted the election of 19 or 20 different members of parliament. So I don't foresee Mr. Trudeau doing too much to upset his masters.


Okay, well, maybe the other thing that the Canadian government could do, if you don't want to reign in China because they're really in control, you could at least maybe slow down immigration a little bit. I think Canada has the highest immigration rate per capita of any country in the world.


You're basically importingIt's very high.etire subcontinent. There's no material way to support these people. Our healthcare, our nationally funded healthcare system has got major problems.


When you say major problems, what do you mean?


Unable to deliver care to the people who already live here. We don't have the housing. The economy can't support it. There's not enough jobs for everybody. We're just being told that a million immigrants a year is just fine, even though there is no material way to support or integrate any of these extra people. It's just making all these problems worse.


Has there been a national referendum on this? Do most Canadians support this? Hey, let's move Bangladesh to Canada.


Is it for people to support that? I would submit to you, most people would not support that. But again, no one's doing the polling, and the government doesn't care.


If the government doesn't care, and if it's literally changing the nature of the country forever, right in front of your eyes, and your opinion is irrelevant, how is it a democracy?


I would submit to you that it's not much of a democracy. Trudeau rules because he's got a deal with the leader of the New Democratic Party, Jagmeet sing. And obviously, he's doing very poorly. Polling indicates that in the next election, it's quite likely that the conservative party is going to win. But I don't know if that's going to change anything.


The Conservatives in Canada seem very feminized to me and self-hating and sad and afraid.


You know who Michael Malice is? Yes. He has a great saying, Conservatism is progressivism driving the speed limit. That applies with the conservative Party of Canada. But what is it?


I mean, that is one thing about Canada that's remained consistent, and I think Canada will be a completely different country in 10 years because of immigration, so we'll reassess then. But people who are born in Canada have a reputation of being apologetic, not wanting to rock the boat, a little bit self-hating, meek.


I don't know about self-hating, but they're definitely naval gazers.


What is that?


That's a long-running sci-op. If you grow up in Canada, you have Canadian content rules on the CBC and in the rest of the media. And we're always taught to think of ourselves as not being Americans, and it's always Canada, Canada, Canada all the time. Rather than looking outwards and being adult about things, there's something in the zeitgeist there that makes us extremely self-referential and almost insular in a way while pretending to not be.


Yes. And it strips Canadians of their ability, with the exception of these truckers, I guess, their ability to say, Wait a second, you can't do this to my country. There's not a lot of that in Canada. They seem passive.


Unfortunately, some people in Canada are passive. And then when you get people who do rise up and say, Hey, enough is enough. Well, this is what you get now. The media smears you, lies about you. The government crushes your protest, and there you have it.


But if you have a cross-dressing fascist like Justin Trudeau take over, and one of his first orders of business is to take your guns away, I don't think you need to be a genius to ask, Why would Why would he want to do that? Canada doesn't… I mean, there's no evidence that farmers in Saskatchewan are going on murder sprees. Why would he be so intent on taking their guns away, their means of self-defense? Did that raise any alarms for anyone in Canada? That maybe this guy doesn't have the best intentions?


It It's raised a number of alarms with people who are not represented in the media and not represented in the government. People do know about this, and people are concerned. But again, you have to go outside the country to hear about it, or you have to go into alternative media.


I should say, just to be totally clear and sincere, I'm one of the few Americans who actually loves Canada because I think it's so beautiful.


I love my country, too. It is very beautiful.


Yeah, it's the most beautiful, I think.


It's full of really good people who are not being served by their government.


But the government killing thousands of Canadians a year through assisted suicide, assisted suicide, which they encourage, not for immigrants, only for native-born. That seems a pretty ominous sign. If the government killing its own citizens. Maybe they don't mean you well. I'm just trying to connect dots here.


Yeah. Well, given the collapsing health care system, this medical assistance in dying program, and there's Their seeming lack of concern about making any of these material conditions better by just throwing more people at the problem would belie that, no, in fact, they do not care about us at all.


But does anybody... I mean, in other words, if I say, I love you, and then I say, What I really think you should do is kill yourself, and I'll help you. Maybe I'm lying. Maybe I don't love you. I mean, I'm just, again, just throwing that out there. Has anyone in Canada said that? Are you allowed to say that out loud?


I'm not 100% sure on that one, but it seems like there's less and less things we are allowed to say, if not in the letter of the law, but in what the media will allow in the discourse.


Yes. Wow, that's pretty distressing. Do you think you'll be able to return to Canada, and do you want to?


I mean, I've got lots of family there. I have two daughters who maybe one day when they grow up, they'd like to move back to Canada and check the place out, maybe settle there. I don't know, but it doesn't look really good. When the When the Emergencies Act was declared, I was thinking about going back to Ottawa a second time, and I actually sought legal counsel about whether or not I would get picked up at the border because of what I was saying in Newsweek. Under the emergency-What were you calling for insurrection against Justin Fudeau? No, I was just simply telling the truth about what the protesters wanted and what was actually going on in the streets in Ottawa.


Do you think it's weird that we have this State Department that's totally, obviously doesn't like America, but is focused supposedly on freedoms in other countries, and we're sending half a trillion to Ukraine to liberate Ukraine. But we have these grotesque human rights violations right across our border, and no one says anything about it from the State Department. It does that seem weird?


It does. And something that was revealed in these documents related to this Jeremy McKenzie fellow is that members of the Five Eyes Security arrangement were Were basically brought into this wild goose chase after this guy. And so your own security services resources were wasted chasing a Canadian podcaster.


And the other English-speaking, Five Eyes, refers to English-speaking intelligence services, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, United States. They were assisting with this?


They were involved with it, yeah. It was revealed in those documents that at least New Zealand and the United States were both involved in this investigation.


I'm not surprised at all. I mean, these are not separate governments. This is one government. Have you ever met anyone personally who likes Justin Trudeau?




You've never met. Even just say hi. You've never met anyone who likes him.


I mean, I'm sure there are people I know and in my life who think he's all right or maybe even voted for him. But most of my really good friends and associates dislike the man. And I mean, dislike is the diplomatic term I will use on TV.


Would they feel comfortable announcing Are you policing that in Canada, the ones who still live there?


I mean, there are people who will say things about Mr. Trudeau. I mean, you are taking a risk. I had the RCMP call me once for sending mean tweets at Prime Minister Trudeau.


What'd they say? The Royal Canadian Mounted Police? Yes.


There's an organization, a sub-organization within the RCMP called the Protective Investigations Unit.


They sound like fun.Yeah.


They're akin to the secret service. There's another group within them who monitor online hate.Hate?Yeah.Hate, Gord? I guess they didn't like me making fun of the Prime Minister.


What were you saying?


Nothing. I was just posting memes at him.


But the memes were dangerous. I guess. The feds called you.


Who's this fellow in Florida that was arrested and charged and went to court for making memes? We interviewed him.


Yes, he's facing prison time for that. Yeah, making fun of Hillary Clinton, not allowed. But I do think it's fair to say America is obviously becoming a police state, pretty clear. But Canada is farther along down that path. It's small smaller, there's less resistance, there's no media at all independent. So it's a captive nation. What can Americans do to help our cousins north of the border?


I'm just understanding that most of the Canadian media are corporate welfare cases and that you're never going to get the truth out of them, much like a lot of the media here. And stay awake to that. If they wanted to, they could help the Coupes four guys. We have We have a new give, send, go set up for them, simply called Trudeau's Political Prisoners because they have the full weight of the state against them. And they've had trouble getting decent and competent legal representation because being a lawyer or a judge in Canada means in some way you're connected to the liberal party, right? 76 % of judges in Canada are donors to and members of the liberal party. So it's very difficult to fight this in court. And so if Americans want to help, we could really use some money to get these guys to have decent lawyers.


I mean, it's a one-party state at this point, posing as a parliamentary democracy.


Correct, yeah. We have a similar uniparty problem where the NDP and the Liberals work together and help each other out in order to stay in power, and the Conservatives lie down and take it.


Does that sound familiar? I guess what you're saying, everything in Canada is a pale imitation of the United States.


Yeah, it's a much more fake and pale, yes.


Is there hope?


Oh, man, that's a good question. I don't know if there's any political hope to this. Obviously, Western civil Realization is in some very rough times at the moment and going through something of a crisis of meaning. And I don't know if there's any political solutions to this. People need to start looking into themselves.


I agree with that. And speaking of that, and I'm not saying that the Canadian government's under demonic control, but hundreds of churches were burned, have been burned, hundreds churches.


Right, yes.


Under Justin Trudeau, he's done nothing. He approves of it.


Not very much was done about it. And well, you know what his associates in the NDP are doing? They have proposed legislation to make the discussion of those church burnings and the residential school program illegal. You either accept the government's narrative about the residential schools program, which led to all these church burnings, or you're going to go to jail. They're going to make it akin to Holocaust denial to actually question the residential schools narrative.


First of all, any historical event can be questioned, legitimately any event, and reassessed in light of new evidence, existing evidence reinterpreted. That is history. Correct. So anybody who criminalizes or uses force to discourage An assessment of any historical event is acting on behalf of evil and deception, of course, by definition. So we know that.


Right. Yeah, the NDP are evil. I have no time for those guys. They used to be a pro-worker party, but now they're mostly woke, and they represent government employees, and that's about it.


Last question. We're going to Canada, trying to make some attempt to liberate it. Good luck in that view.Nonviolently.Yes. But I think there are a lot of decent Canadians, and again, it's one of the most beautiful places in the world. It deserves to live in freedom and peace and not in rapid, disgusting decline. What reception do you think we'll get in Canada?


I think when you go to these events in Calgary and Edmonton, you're going to have very large crowds because you do have fans in Canada. There are people who really do desire the truth and understand what's at stake. So I think you're going to have some pretty big crowds.


But if we show up and announce we're here to liberate Canada, what do you think will happen?


Well, given that it's Alberta, you'll get a good reception from the locals. The rest of the country, of course, their hair is going to start on fire and they're going to freak out. Good.


Mission accomplished. The real mission is liberating the great nation of Canada from itself.


Right. And I think a joint operation between the South Dakota National Guard and the New Hampshire and Maine National Guards maybe could probably do it, given Canada's military is also in a shambles. So, yeah, bring it on.


I don't think it would require three state National Guards to liberate Canada by force. But who knows? It's going to be a dynamic year. Corpigo, thank you so much for spending this time with us.Thank you for having me.Great to meet you.I appreciate it.Thank you..