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I love this: "I truly love the fact that he says that the no. 1 effect of the convoy was letting people know beyond the shadow of a doubt that they're not alone. It's difficult to talk in an office, it's suppose to be quiet. It's difficult to talk during transportation. It's not easy to simply bring the subject up. I was able to at work and we had about 6 people (out of about 200) that agreed. The convoy shows that even if your office is mostly full of frightened people, the COUNTRY is full of patriots."

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Jan 30, 2022Liked by Celia Farber

Celia, I applaud what you wrote! While not in Ottawa, I am Canadian and I live about 8 hours from Parliament. In my small town, population 40,000, hundreds of us gathered at the highway to support and cheer the truckers as they made their way to Ottawa. The energy of the people was one of hope & joy. It was beautiful. True Canadians. I brought my 7 & 9 year old and we cheered the truckers in the negative 20 degree weather. I was so damn cold I wanted to leave, but I stayed because I want to support the truckers. They are doing the right thing. They are a beacon of hope. They represent unity. They represent the light & life that never comes from the dark, lifeless speeches of Trudeau and his globalist cronies.

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Jan 30, 2022Liked by Celia Farber

The idea that this is all some plan to bring in even more draconian measures gives the globalists way, way too much credit. They are NOT that smart. They're getting their ass kicked.

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Jan 30, 2022Liked by Celia Farber

I’m in the suburbs of Ottawa. I will be going downtown this week. My office is there but I’m working from home. I was on an overpass a few minutes from downtown cheering on the truckers yesterday. I have photos and videos. I can take videos downtown if you’d like as well. No need to pay me.

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Jan 30, 2022·edited Jan 31, 2022Liked by Celia Farber

Celia, it is real and genuine. Trust me. I live in Toronto; my brother lives in Ottawa with his family. They invited us up to bunk at their home to join and celebrate the Movement. Unfortunately, we could not make it up but they sent us video of them standing on an overpass bridge waving and cheering as the Truckers rolled in. I'm sure it was bloody cold and they did it. For everyone.

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Jan 30, 2022Liked by Celia Farber

Just spoke with a friend who grew up in the USSR and remembers 1989. She said this has that vibe.

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Jan 30, 2022Liked by Celia Farber

They are hunkering down for the long haul (pardon the pun). They have sleepers, supplies, they are not moving! It’s happening! It’s happening! It’s happening! Our hero’s have arrived! Keep supporting them, they will need it!!

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Jan 30, 2022Liked by Celia Farber

Just coming back in from outside! A parade of cars and trucks just drove by my house and we ran out in to wave our NO MORE LOCKDOWN sign in support! It’s still going on!!

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Don’t listen to the Hoplessnesstista. That is the path to the liberty-destroying giveupatitis. Continue to be courageous (as you are)!

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Jan 30, 2022Liked by Celia Farber

The most recent immigrants from Ontario in my family tree came to the US in 1865, but I still feel a little kinship with those brave souls who are out in the cold giving that little twerp Trudeau the vapors right now.

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Jan 30, 2022Liked by Celia Farber

Thanks so much for this, Celia! I spent hours yesterday searching for live video from Ottawa, didn't find much, and came to the realization that much of our alternate media are behaving like gatekeepers for their paltry coverage. The sight of people showing up at interstate overpasses in -20 degree weather to cheer the truckers on brought me to tears. This is the real deal. I never thought I'd see such a thing in my lifetime

If there are any American truckers reading this, might I make the suggestion that the Capital Beltway is a 64-mile (103 km) Interstate Highway that surrounds Washington, D.C., and filling it with 18 wheelers would make a beautiful and poignant optic.

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Jan 30, 2022Liked by Celia Farber

If this is "Hopium" Celia then we all need to take a huge lungful of it. Hope creates inspiration and that is what is needed for us all to gain the fortitude required to press on forward.

I have spoken today to a Dutch friend who tells me that the people of the Netherlands are planning a similar course of action right now.

I can also tell you that British news is full of talk about Ukraine and a Russian invasion. We know they are attempting to lay the narrative for military interaction against Putin. Oddly the news does not mention the Canadian Truckers...you would think that such a story would be huge but no,...it does not serve their agenda so it doesn't exist.

All this propaganda and censorship tells me that they are not in control and they are fearful of the power the people can muster collectively.

Yes we are winning and these traitors are going through their last efforts to take back control through fear mongering and concealment of the true status.

We must remember that some love to wallow in the misery and depression that has lined their pockets through the popularity of their fake reporting...

I am in agreement with your analysis.

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Celia Thank you for elucidating multi faceted aspects of the revolution! It's all exploding right now and hard to see for all the bright lights. Fascinating, what you wrote here. I'm with you, this is PEOPLE, a whole world of truly fed up people having their say. Now, whatever else may be going on, we shall see and may we all be strong enough to deal with that as well.

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Jan 30, 2022·edited Jan 30, 2022Liked by Celia Farber

In this present moment I feel HOPEFUL and that’s where I want to be even if it only lasts a moment. Go Canada 🇨🇦.

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Jan 30, 2022Liked by Celia Farber

I too am feeling the light shining through this movement toward freedom.

Can aspects of this be subverted and go sideways? Certainly. Just as in the January 6th event. Nevertheless, the power of human intention cannot be denied, even if so called “news” mouthpieces play it down.

I was in DC, and while at the end there was some trouble, 99% of the people there were projecting love of their ( yes their) country in a profound way the naysayers are ill equipped to grasp.

On another note, I just scanned the newspaper rack in our local store. NOT ONE has any mention of the biggest story on the planet right now...

Fascinating head in the sand behavior.

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The ones who are skeptical of this trucker thing are the ones who got hoodwinked to do a rally for a guy that is as corrupt as the opposition.

They got turned into enemies of the state, because they were stupid enough to walk into a trap. They don't deserve the criticism but they were naive.

These truckers are doing it for truth and freedom not for a politician or a party.

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