I emailed Vlad the following questions last night. His reply came in late, after my internet went out. I’m sure the situation in Ottawa has evolved further since then.
Did you see any of the arrests or vehicles being towed on Parliament Hill?
Today [Friday] I was at home watching live streams and on phone and Skype with multiple people plugged in to the Hill area. I saw arrests on live feeds.
Did you have to pass through the police cordon?
I went, or rather tried to go to the area tonight. All the main roads are blocked by police going into the area…
And even some of the bridges were barricaded off with concrete barriers.
Nothing like this has ever happened before.
We had to work at finding a way for one of our number to walk to the hill where he is now doing a live stream.
Are the demonstrators and truckers leaving the area in order to avoid being arrested?
Doesn’t seem so. The mood is not quite as jubilant as it was. There is a solid tablespoon more defiance in the general zeitgeist in the area. But people still seem pretty ready to tough it out.
Do you personally know anyone whose bank account has been frozen?
What I know so far is at least two people who have been contacted by MSM, in one case, Global News and the other, CBC, both of which are enemy propaganda, and vanguards of the communist revolution taking place here. Both of them were asked for comment due to the leaked and doxxed information that they had contributed to the truckers’ protest.
Government, ANTIFA, and MSM are one machine on all this. To understand this, just ask yourself why Julian Assange is in prison eternally with no trial for being in possession of leaked documents which are counter-revolutionary in potential, vs. the media, which is rewarded for using stolen or hacked documents against law-abiding citizens for revolutionary purposes.
I know that the publisher of Druthers, a great little print newspaper that is given out free all over Canada, has had his account frozen, and the government is including Trump supporters now as a potential reason for taking your money.
Freeland, Trudeau’s deputy, and therefore the WEF deputy Viceroy, has now said the new banking rules are permanent. This means, as one branch manager told a friend of mine today, that “banks are now just an extension of government.”
What is the mood of the demonstrators who are still there and have not yet been arrested?
I think if there is one mood, its patriotism, defiance, and a strong conviction in what they are doing. These are amazing men and women.
I’d like to add that the government has now put itself in a no-win situation. It can either go full Tiananmen, which it may have done if Roberta Paulsen [the woman who was trampled by mounted police] dies, or it can back down.
Trudeau is a coward, and a weak man. On top of that, not very bright. I cannot see him backing down.
Protestors tomorrow [Saturday] will need situational awareness.