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Peaceful protesters were set upon this weekend by the Trudeau government.
“War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength.”
That was George Orwell, writing in 1949 about 1984. He was trying to describe a dystopian future in the imaginary superpower of Oceania. But were he alive today, he might just as well have been trying to describe the dystopian present in the very real non-superpower of Canada, where fake claims of racism and white supremacy have become the last refuge of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his fellow statist scoundrels.
Trudeau played the “Nazi” card last week, which is a standard ploy for desperate leftists who find themselves losing an argument on the merits — in this case, an argument over continued vaccine mandates in the midst of a receding pandemic. On Wednesday, Trudeau smeared a Jewish member of Parliament — a granddaughter of Holocaust survivors who’d criticized Trudeau’s failure to negotiate with the truckers and his heavy-handed handling of their protest. “Conservative Party members can stand with people who wave swastikas,” he said. “They can stand with people who wave the Confederate flag.”
As Saul Alinsky, the patron saint of late-‘60s revolutionaries, wrote in Rules for Radicals: “In a fight, almost anything goes. It almost reaches a point where you stop to apologize if a chance blow lands above the belt.”…